We've been given exclusive access to a Shimano demo bike fully equipped with the Japanese firm's ground-breaking Di2 electronic groupset.
We managed to get a brief spin on a Di2 bike at the gruppo's launch late last year, but as you can imagine getting hold of a bike with £1,600 of electronic jiggery-pokery on it has been tough.
We'll be putting the Di2 through it's paces over the next few weeks. Like you, we want to see if it really is quicker, better, sexier than doing it all for yourself. And we want to see if the batteries run out half way up an Alp, or if the electronics survive typical British riding weather.
You'll be able to read about Di2's real-world performance in an upcoming issue of Cycling Plus, and we'll also have some exclusive video footage here on BikeRadar.