Premium looks and premium performance – it even comes in a leather handbag...
Very bright and eye-catching light, with only a slightly fragile feeling clamp taking the shine off
Slim-fitting summer baselayer that wicks well and dries out fast
Solid and dependable wheels for gravel and adventure use, although they aren't the lightest or cheapest
Very good wet protection for fat-tyred road and gravel bikes
Same format, different country: business as usual for the series that could continue for ever...
Clever shock system and an excellent ride but expensive for what you are getting
Beautifully engineered suspension seatpost that's a real boon on longer rides
Excellent lightweight, comfortable and fantastic value jacket that will keep you seen on the road – as long as it doesn't rain
Very impressive photochromatic glasses, quick to change and offering strong protection
Not a classic like the original Brompton bike design, but with an impressively small yet punchy motor
Smooth endurance bike that's responsive enough to put in a race performance
A cycling travelogue like no other...
Simple to use and very secure, but not the easiest to cart around
Simple lightweight socks for the warmer months at a bargain price
Solid, capable light with enough bite for darker roads
A well-executed compromise between an aero skinsuit and a jersey/short combination – a quality piece of kit for racers
A good looking stem that is well made and pretty impressive on the scales
A racy road saddle with a long cutout that does its pressure-relieving job very well – for a few hours at least