Mid-weight waterproof gloves that are well-made and durable
GPS-enabled bike computer with masses of navigation and performance-measuring capability – the best device of its kind
Warm and comfy merino wool socks; a little expensive but the quality is high
Excellent cycling glasses, ideal for British winter (or summer) riding, but the photochromic lenses mean they're not cheap
Well-designed and well-made gilet for all sorts of weather
Well-designed, good value gloves with excellent levels of protection and warmth for their lack of bulk
Cotic’s foray into cyclo-cross is, ironically, missing the X-factor. Its excitable frame is really, really let down by dreary steering.
Well made and with an excellent runtime, this is a very effective little light
Smart upgrade for older/budget cantilever brakesets
Fairly pricy for straightforward winter insulation, but this is a versatile top and the build quality is high
Top notch replacement blocks and ideal for winter use
A great improvement over the original, very clever concept
Fashionable, funky, fun and functional
Superb long-haul tarmac touring tyre, as long as you don’t need a dynamo track.
An uninspiring performance from a camera that, though waterproof, is even chunkier than earlier incarnations.
All the bells and whistles, but ultimately still just a straightforward long sleeved jersey, and as such, it looks expensive
Well made, stylish and incredibly comfortable. And just a little greener
Very expensive – but the custom fit means these might be the most comfortable race shoes you every buy
They feel like normal, comfy Roubaix tights... but with added water repellency
Small, shiny and pleasant to use - everything you'd want from a multi-tool