Reviews of Cycling Products I use.
Design It’s tiny! Well ok, it’s not. I bought the Medium size of Wizard Works Teeny Houdini saddle bag from their winter Wiz Viz collection. The medium size is a claimed 0.5L in size compared to 0.4L for the Small version. At £43 this is at the higher end cost-wise
I have the Lil Presto! in an aggressively pink colourway and it is by far one of the best bags that I own. Made by a small company down in London, run by V and Harry who have a background in commuting, touring and bikepacking. They know what works! Constructon
In the 6 months since I bought the Ribble CGR Ti it’s done 2400 miles (give or take). It’s been a reliable companion throughout and I’m still just as enamoured with it as I was the day it turned up. It’s been my daily commuter during the summer, it’s taken
I’d been looking to buy a new bike for a while but was really struggling to find a bike that excited me. With the Giro and the Tour behind us I had beenÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â lured inÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â by the pretty road bikes the pros were using. However they all had some feature that was
Wow. I couldn’t believe my eyes when these wheels arrived, it wasn’t so much the wheels which are quite pretty in my opinion, but it was the amount of extras in the box: A set of internal cam QR skewers 2 Tubeless valves Spoke Key 2 spare spokes + nipples
The Topeak Ratchet Rocket has long been a staple of Topeaks multi-tool range, and for good reason. I’ve been using an older model for nearly 4 years now while tinkering in the garage and I just love it. Now that’s not to say that I use it for every job