October 16, 2020

See.Sense ICON2: Tested & Reviewed

A few years ago I reviewed the original ICON rear light from See.Sense. I remember being intrigued by some the features it possessed such as reactive lighting to traffic, conditions…
October 07, 2020

Pas Normal Control Mid Base Layer with Polartec Power Wool: Tested and Reviewed

I'm obsessed with base layers.  They are the foundation of the layering system, in fact you could say they are the base from which all other active clothing perform. A…
July 28, 2020

Nikwax Cycling Kit: Tested and Reviewed

I'll be honest. I'm getting frustrated. People go and spend a couple of hundred quid on a piece of kit and then either don't bother to do the little bit…
May 18, 2020

Canyon Pathlite SL 7.0: Tested and Reviewed

Cycling is my preferred way of getting fit. It's also my preferred way of keeping fit. Face it I just love cycling. I've got 8 or is it 9 bikes?…
March 11, 2020

Indik8a : Tested and Reviewed

Let me state from the start. I don't believe there is a war on our roads. I don't believe that most drivers are out to get us. Yes there are…
August 14, 2019

Smith Trace Helmet with MIPS: Tested and Reviewed

Cycling helmets have certainly moved on from when I was tearing up the streets on my Raleigh Burner or 10 speed Falcon Rapier. Back then skid lids looked like leather…
July 17, 2019

Smith Attack with Photochromatic Lens: Tested and Reviewed

I'll admit I have actually watched Love Island. In my defence I've a teenage daughter, but I've been fascinated by the sheer array of ludicrous sunglasses on display. I'm assuming…