Effective singlespeed conversion parts
Fast, comfortable, well-specced flat bar roadie
Super-comfortable carbon mile-eater
Adjustable stem that's not a boat anchor
Archetypal sporty town bike
Great value urban assault vehicle with very silly name
Smooth riding townie, but no speed demon
Comfy race-weight saddle at bargain price
Brilliantly-featured spin bike with built-in PowerTap, but spendy
Excellent leg warmers that'll earn their keep in your wardrobe
The chromoly units offer good performance and weight for the money
My employer has just launched a Cycle2Work scheme with Halfords. What do you think of the Carrera Subway 8?
Good value turbo trainer for the easily bored
A great choice for those seeking track pressures
How much?! Okay, it might be £450 dearer than a standard option but it's a very different beast.
Pretty light pedal for less than 40 quid
Well designed and quiet trainer
Budget option, but other units are better value
Not instantly lovable but highly recommended
Versatile outer layer that's good for all but wet weather riding
Serious piece of kit that should last a lifetime
Versatile and easy to use trainer
Could you suggest any books I might read in order to prepare to get back in the saddle?
Like the Blackburn Trakstand, this unit comes with a lifetime warranty. It certainly feels like it's built to last, and the design is well proven, using a fluid resistance unit and combined flywheel and cooling fan.
Compromise jacket for running and cycling.
Unremarkable - but in a good way
A well priced, welll made tool that will efficiently remove your cassette
A foldable electric bike that's surprisingly rideable under human power
The Cyclaire is a very different beast to all the other pumps on test here
Effective multi-tool that's also good value
My question is one of weight... I am roughly 15 and a half stone and feel that I am much too heavy for road bikes (ie, wheels narrower than the 35mm I have on my Giant hybrid).
A really beefy Allen key tool that's designed for the workshop rather than the road
Very good round-town bike; don't be put off by the source.
Is this a good bottle cage?
Resistance trainer/turbo trainer: vital training aid, ultimate cycling torture... or both?
Supernova claim that this is "the brightest HID outdoor lighting system available", and it certainly outshines anything else I've ever seen.
A thru-axle chainsets offering massively increased stiffness that's immediately noticeable.
Truvativ's Team seatpost uses the double bolt clamp that's becoming more and more popular on mid price posts
The Truvativ is formed from 7050 aluminium and weighs in at 148g, lighter than most carbon stems and about right for the money
A good all round package, if a bit pricey
A nice try, but not the toughest track pump out there
Topeak's cartridge solution has a lot going for it
Not an expensive track pump, but a mostly well made one
Truflo might admit that their Evolution Plus was 'inspired by' the Road Morph
On the face of it, there's plenty to like about this mini pump from Push
The Push Frame Fit features a 'hidden' valve that supposedly protects it against the weather
The PFP4 is a chunky offering, and good looking to boot
Tipping the scales at exactly 100g, this is a real lightweight