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Review: X-Tools Portable Bike Tools for Emergency Repairs

If you have a well maintained bike, you rarely need tools while out riding… but when something does go wrong having your essential tools handy makes up for the hundreds or thousands of kilometres that you have lugged them around. A portable tool kit for the bike usually includes a spare tube, puncture repair kit, tyres levers, a multi-tool and maybe a chain breaker. Don’t forget to add a compact bike pump (or C02 inflator) and the majority of the mechanicals you will face can be fixed. This review looks at two portable tool kits from X-Tool, a brand with […]

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Garmin Edge 520 Plus GPS Cycle Computer & Varia...

Garmin have fired the latest salvo in the compact GPS cycle computer wars with a major update of the highly capable Garmin 520 with the […]

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Reid Granite 3.0 – The Budget All-Rounder

Find your way to work each day and then get lost on the weekend. Meet the new flagship bike in our popular All-Road family – […]

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The Taste Test – New CLIF Nut Butter Energy...

CLIF have expanded their tasty range of energy bars with a selection of three different flavoured of energy bars which each include the new nut […]

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Are Zipperless Cycling Jerseys the Future? Champion System Tech...

When you look back at photos of road cycling through the ages, it is the cycling kit that delivers the most information. You can usually […]

Head-turner: knog PWR Commuter Bike Light in Review

My perfect bike light could be different to your perfect bike light. Mine is a rechargeable light that is easy and fast to mount on […]

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Ravemen CR900 and PR1200 Bike Lights in Review

When autumn arrives and daylight savings ends, a young person’s fancy turns to lights. And not just the youngsters, but everyone serious about commuting or […]