Unior Euro17 Multitool £39.99

Unior Euro17 Multitool

A decent multitool can be the difference between riding home, a long walk in cleated shoes, an expensive taxi ride or a grovelling phone call to your other half. Unior are the tool sponsors of Team Ineos so, with team boss Dave Brailsford's insistence for the highest quality, it's a good endorsement. Offering Hex wrenches from 2-8mm, 10 and 25mm TX wrenches, a PH1 and flat-head screwdrivers, a chain tool, a valve tool and a spoke key, it packs a hell of a lot into a 167g package. It's not too bulky either, slipping neatly into a jersey pocket and fitting comfortably into your hand during use. Features aside, it's only when you come to use a multitool that you discover how good it is. Cheap ones can have hex key heads that appear to be made of cheese, annoyingly rounding off and not engaging with bolts. This isn't the case with the Unior as black oxide coated tips engage positively and, after a fair amount of both trail and roadside tinkering, are showing no signs of wear.

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REVIEW: Islabikes Luath 26 - King of the Kids' Bikes £449.99 Recommended

GB Flag REVIEW: Islabikes Luath 26 - King of the Kids' Bikes

Kids' bikes have come on leaps and bounds in the last few years, and at the forefront of the movement was Isla Rowntree, founder of Islabikes in rural Shropshire. Here, Cyclosport's Sean Lacey and his daughter, Abby check out the Islabikes Luath 26.

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REVIEW: NERVE 600sl £2,999.00 Recommended


2014 sees the establishment of new British frame builder, NERVE Bikes with a focus on custom, hand built steel and carbon frames. Cyclosport's Mark Tearle gets his hands on one to test out.

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REVIEW: Bianchi Infinito CV £3,500.00 Recommended

REVIEW: Bianchi Infinito CV

As institutions within the sport of cycling go, Bianchi is right up there with the most iconic and prestigious. Cyclosport's Nick Gregory takes on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix with the Infinito CV - the bike Juan Antonio Flecha called the best Classics bike he'd ever ridden.

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Eastway R2.0 REVIEW £1,499.00

Eastway R2.0 REVIEW

If bikes were all about looks then the Eastway R2.0, part of the line-up of distributor Fisher Outdoor Leisure's own range, this would be a leading contender. Given the selection of riding available in the UK combined with the variable road surfaces, the R2.0 has to be more than a good looker.

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Kinesis UK GF-Ti V2 £1,449.99

Kinesis UK GF-Ti V2

If you know Emma Osenton, you've probably spent the last year listening to her telling you how much she loves her Kinesis GF-Ti; how wonderfully it climbs, how comfy it is over distance. So when the Kinesis V2 arrived, she thought: "how could it be better?"

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REVIEW: Frog Bikes Frog 55 £250.00 Recommended

REVIEW: Frog Bikes Frog 55

The annoying thing about children is that they grow and they grow fast! Those first bikes that Father Christmas brought my children have long since been passed on to new homes, extensively ridden but still as good as new, sold to friends or to friends of friends who were only too glad to take them.

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REVIEW: Vitus Vitesse VRi £2,799.99 Recommended

REVIEW: Vitus Vitesse VRi

Vitus is a name that stems from a golden era in cycling. The 979 Carbone, launched in 1982, was the bike of choice for around 80% of Sean Kelly's professional victories. The recent revival of the brand has reinstated their innovation and race pedigree, as Adam Tranter finds out.

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REVIEW: Vitus Sean Kelly LTD Edition 2012 £2,719.99

REVIEW: Vitus Sean Kelly LTD Edition 2012

After riding the Vitus for a couple of months I have been searching out the worst bits of road, toughest descents and hardest ramps to give it a good thrashing. The Sean Kelly Limited Edition is the flagship bicycle for the reborn Vitus brand, writes Henry Peacock.

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FIRST LOOK: Vitus Sean Kelly Limited Edition £2,879.00

FIRST LOOK: Vitus Sean Kelly Limited Edition

Vitus is a name that'll be familiar to many as an iconic brand of yesteryear. It's now back on the road and this bicycle certainly has the looks; matt black paint with fluorescent green decals means you won't be hiding in any peloton. It's the type of bike that looks like it needs to be ridden fast, and it comes in at a competitive price point, writes Henry Peacock.

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