There's no doubt that the Strada SL is a top performer, but it comes at a cost. The thing is, it's not unjustified...
A nimble, rainproof front light with decent spot visibility, but lacking in beam width and stay-put focus
Superb,powerful helmet mounted light with clever TAP technology
A decent light for general commuting duties or getting you out of a jam but it's up against cheaper rivals
The MK13 has gained a few grams as it shores up its build quality, and that's about it. It is great though!
A good looking and unusual digital bell, but only really suitable for quieter rides and narrow diameter bars
You'll need a Syncros saddle but the Fender does a good job of keeping your vitals dry
Bright, solid and reliable – which, sometimes, is all you need
Effective and 'considerate' beam is excellent, but it's let down by a hard-to-operate switch
A stylish expanding pack that securely carries the essentials and lots more besides, but it could be cheaper.
Bright, with good battery life, and the remote switch is really useful, but the price is high compared to rivals
A tidy little unit, but there are question marks over its ultimate value once you factor in buying a mount
A sturdy day-to-night light with decent beam width, added safety features and a pocket-pleasing price tag
Impressive wide and flat beam pattern and a cool OLED display to let you know what's what
The additional Peloton feature genuinely adds to the TraceR MK2, with only a fiver price hike
Powerful and versatile compact light offering great value for money, bearing in mind genre-typical limitations
A good light at a decent price that pumps out enough lumens for most riding situations
Bright, exceptionally light and super-simple to use, these tiny USB lamps are limited only by burn-times
It's quite expensive, but it's a quality saddlebag
Great light for on and off-road use with loads of customisation and brightness