The Topeak Prepstand ZX is not one of the best workstands on the market, but it has a unique take on bike support for home repair and might suit the…
The B’Twin 500 Bike Workstand is not one of the best repair stands on the market, but for the price it does a decent job. Which makes it a reasonable…
Park Tools are ubiquitous across home and professional workshops and it offers a various workstands to suit a range of budgets. Its Deluxe Home Mechanic model is mid-priced and one…
The Feedback Sports Recreational workstand is a design that has stood the test of time and is still one of the best home bike workstands on the market. For the…
At £115 this is a costly bit of kit but if you have more than one bike, the Park Tool BKM-1 Bleed Kit is excellent quality and a joy to
The Scott Stego Plus is constructed using EPS foam to absorb high speed impacts along with polyurethane pads to deal with lower speed impacts. Plus MIPS!
Dainese Trail Skins Pro feel reassuring when in the correct position, and really well made from quality materials, but doesn’t stay in place enough.
The new Ion K-Sleeve AMP knee pad ups protection levels over its predecessor and is now a slip-on Lycra-style tube with a removable, pre-shaped, kneepad.
Stan's NoTubes The Injector isn’t a new tool – I’ve had it for nearly four years – but it’s definitely a must- ave part of my tubeless gear.
The range of Adidas shoes using recycled plastic is expanding, and the Five Ten Freerider Pro Primeblue uses high-performance recycled material.
The O'Neal Sender Pro is the brand's flagship flat shoe, and as such is fully loaded with features.
The big selling point with the Leatt 2.0 Flat Pedal Shoe is the price and as such they’re an affordable step on the flat-pedal ladder.
Crankbrothers offers both clip-in and flat shoes, and the Crankbrothers Stamp Lace is the company’s entry-level flat-pedal shoe.
Even though the Specialized 2FO DH Clip is tagged as a DH shoe, the downhill features are fairly subtle, so it can be used for any sort of riding.
Leatt DBX 4.0 Clip has good build quality – the upper has excellent water resistance and is easy to keep clean and as such is a good choice for winter.
The Five Ten Trailcross XT is a fairly lightweight shoe in their range with styling that has a hint of trail running/hiking boot to it.
The styling of the Fizik Gravita tensor Clip shoe takes some getting used to, but this is a really comfortable shoe with some clever details.
The Five Ten Hellcat Pro clip-in shoe is a slightly sleeker version of the regular Hellcat shoe, with more mesh material in the bonded upper.
The imaginatively named Shimano SH-AM902 is the top model in their gravity range, and this year sees a couple of improvements over the older 901.
One of our bugbears with Ride Concepts shoes was that the rubber just wasn’t soft enough, but things are different with the new Ride Concepts Hellion Elite.