A great saddle that's well worth trying
Well-priced, well made carbon handlebar providing a variety of comfortable hand positions but bangs per buck the aluminium version is a better deal
Nice workshop staples that perform very sweetly with careful instalation and periodic shots of PTFE lube
An MTB classic ready for city, commuting and leisure rides.
It's going to take some perseverance, but for a solid, well made leather saddle £40 is an absolute bargain.
Premium race pedals with good float, weight and feel but some upkeep issues
Impressive, wet weather aftermarket pads at a good price too
Dependable all-weather gear cables but don't cut corners when fitting them
Great value everyday cables, but for best results allow to stretch overnight before snipping
Light, aerodynamic wheels that take over from the RZR 46s as the fastest we've ever used
An attempt at "best-of-both" which simply hasn't worked unless you like really hard tyres
Lightweight option with impressive performance and good puncture protection
Grippy, durable and fairly light, a very good all-round performance training tyre
Fast, mid-section wheels that offer good control in a wide variety of conditions
Fast, grippy and relatively cheap - but keep them for the Sunday best bike
Super all-round wheelset that are light enough for sportives and strong enough for year-round use
Superbly engineered bottom bracket that's fully user-serviceable; should last an age although the steel-balled version offers better value
Fleet-footed, fun, feathery, fast wearing cyclo-cross tyre
Top quality dynamo hub. If you really need the on/off capability it's more or less the only choice. If not, consider the smaller Infinty S.
Great quality Titanium headset for the same money as the more famous alloy one. "The finest headset in the world"? Well, It ain't bad