Promising concept but pricey given its distinctly average performance.
Very well made floor pump with a strong performance to justify the price.
Well made out-front mount for your Bryton. A bit expensive though.
Comfortable and grippy gloves for keeping the chills off in autumn and spring.
A good value, carbon seatpost with bags of adjustability making it ideal for riders looking to refine their saddle position.
Among the more convincing of "clip ons" but mono stay concept could be improved.
Effective and tasty energy gels. Bulky compared to most competitors, but good value.
Supremely comfortable and well-fitting shorts with one of the best padded inserts currently available.
Versatile and stylish everyday helmet.
Simple, hardwearing gloves with good grip, for autumn, spring, and even winter.
An easy route into road tubeless. The rim profile makes set-up a doddle, and the fact they come ready to go is a nice touch.
Bin the terrible cover and you have a pretty well-presented photo book with all the facts you need on the first 100 years of the Tour de France.
A great option for those who prefer a more compressive fit and want something good value which will last the distance.
Nicely made mid range glasses with better than average optics
Decent performing aero wheels with the advantage that you can dabble in tubeless tyres if you want to give that a try.
Entry-range clip-on aero-bars, offering excellent adjustability and ideal for those looking to add a simple time-trial or triathlon position to their road bike.
Tough, snug-fitting lid with looks that some will love, some will hate.
Another very likeable Equilibrium joins the stable. More mile muncher than racer, but none the worse for it .
Chewy snack that's high in nutritional value and low in undesirable substances provided you're not a vegetarian.
Well-made camera mount that will hold your GoPro with no problems.