Reviews of bikes, accessories, books and cycling accommodation

Product review: Proviz Nightrider High Visibility Rucksack

We road-test the Proviz Nightrider High Visibility Rucksack with the rechargeable light pack add-on. • Nov 13, 2014

Book review: The Climb, by Chris Froome

Julia Stagg says there are no shades of grey after reading Chris Froome's autobiography, The Climb. • Aug 21, 2014

Book review: Merckx 69’

He was The Cannibal. Lawrie Jones is blown away by Merckx 69, a photographic tribute to his best season. • Aug 20, 2014

Book review: Get On Your Bike

Committed but poorly attired racing cyclist Lawrie Jones finds Get On Your Bike an engaging read for new and returning cyclists. • Jul 03, 2014

Book review: Two Wheels by Greg Moody

Julia Stagg writes fondly about the cycling murder mystery, Two Wheels by Greg Moody. • Jul 01, 2014

Product Review: Focus Thron Impulse electric mountain bike

Richard Peace road-tests the Focus Thron Impulse, an electric mountain bike that does an incredible 100 miles on a single charge. • Jul 01, 2014

Product Review: Giant Escape 3 Hybrid

How would a £300 bike fare on the road in France? Richard Peace tests one of Giant's 2014 budget offerings. • May 08, 2014

Product review: Axiom Typhoon LX 40L Panniers

Richard Peace puts Axiom's 40L Typhoon panniers to the test, and says Ortlieb's superiority at the top of the pannier picking order might be in danger. • Mar 24, 2014

Book review: The Foundling Boy by Michel Déon

The Foundling Boy by Michel Déon is a beautiful tale of a young boy's adventures in France, many of them by bike. • Feb 25, 2014

Product review: Monkii Carrying Attachments

Ever felt the urge to attach a flask to your bike? Need a clip-on bag for your tools? Then check out these Monkii carrying attachments • Nov 26, 2013

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