Classy looking, well priced and pretty light too, an ideal choice if you're adjusting your fit on the bike
Well made and supportive saddle with a prestigious heritage.
A well built wheel set with beautifully smooth hubs but not quite as quick as Zipp think.
Good value road saddle with good looks and a firm, but comfortable, ride.
Forget racing, this is a tubular for training. As such, it's not bad, but still... a tub for training?
Currently about the best braking performance you can get from a road lever. Not perfect, but definitely progress.
One of the best heavy duty tyres for touring or commuting
If you want a very comfortable saddle that looks smart and is used by the pros, then look no further than the Regale. A modern classic
Nice looking alloy stem that's finely crafted and performs very well, but still expensive for what it is
Really good light, stiff and comfortable carbon handlebar, you wouldn't expect it to be cheap... and it isn't
Fast rolling, grippy and durable tyre ideal for summer racing and training. The Pro4 Service Course raises the bar
Classic looks with modern performance, a good new wheelset for a classic racer or Sunday tourer
Quirky but comfortable perch well suited to touring/mountain bike and other more upgright set ups
Inner-tubes to help reduce the chance of punctures. Ideal in winter, but they're not featherlight
Well-made alloy bar that's comfortable to use
Unusual but well made perch and for me at least, very comfortable
Perfect intro into the world of clipless pedals. No serious cost, easy to set up and use
Classic pedal particularly suited to mountain biking and general riding, but faster cleat wear may deter some
Bags of float, lightweight and ease of setup makes the Speedplay's a top pedal system, particularly if you have dodgy knees
Stiff cranks offering marginal aero advantage but at a price