Gear

Each year new helmet designs come thick and fast, all with their own take on style and features. We have been wearing the Giro Cinder for review.

If you've been thinking about a new set of wheels for your prized possession, read this first - our comprehensive buyer’s guide to carbon wheels.

Watch as researchers from Giro & MIPS explain helmet technology that can reduce impact to the brain in the event of a crash.

Pioneer has released Gen 2 of their Power Meter. Luke Meers has been taking a look at the new unit.

With many of the sport’s top riders wearing Aeromax over the past 8 or so months, the distinctive style has proven as practical as it is functional. Here we take a look at the Bolle Aeromax

In this video we take a look at the retro-styled Schwalbe One skinwall, a limited edition 25mm tyre made specifically for the Aussie market. Thanks to Guy McCausland of Bikebox for showing this tyre that has quickly become an absolute must-have.

Prevalence of cycling electronics is on the rise and now Lezyne has entered the fray with five GPS devices for your bike. Nat Bromhead has been looking at their Super GPS.

Available in left side, right side, or both, the Gen 2 Power Meter from Pioneer measures output 12 times per revolution on both left and right sides, enabling comprehensive data collection for analysis.

Shimano have released high-tech cycling apparel to compliment their successful S-PHYRE shoes. We took a close look at the gear in Adelaide - Quite frankly, it’s like no other jersey fabric we’ve ever felt and oozes technology, performance and speed.

As Christmas rapidly approaches we’ve picked out one of the best tees to buy from the original cycling fashion brand's vast collection.

Planning on spending time on the bike over this long, hot summer? Shotz tablets are the perfect pick me up for any cyclist who knows the importance of staying well hydrated on those long summer rides

Thinking about upgrading your bike GPS bike computer this Christmas? The feature-packed Wahoo Elemnt is a popular and proven choice.

While several mainstream bike brands are releasing bikes with suspension features in the headtube and seatube there are aftermarket options that might provide similar results and help you keep some cash in pocket. We took a look at the Redshift Shockstop stem.

Hot on the heels of the Rider 100 and 310 Bryton has upped the ante with low energy Bluetooth and wifi connectivity in their larger, route tracking Rider 530.

Music, maps and apps are all as close as the remote control in the Coros Frontier helmet. How does it stack up overall?