Product Reviews

Shimano Sport Camera review

Back in February Shimano announced the release of its CM-1000 Sport Camera, signalling a challenge to market leader GoPro and other contenders like Garmin. Since then the Sports Camera has made waves, thanks largely to its use in the pro peloton during races such as the Tour de Suisse and now the Tour de France. […]


Test riding the new Trek Émonda

Earlier this week Trek revealed its new Émonda range, the result of several years spent trying to develop the lightest production race frame on the market. While a few riders from the Trek Factory Racing team were riding the Émonda at the recent Tour du Suisse, and the Criterium du Dauphine, it wasn’t until Tuesday […]


CTech June Product Picks

It’s time again to round up all the new and interesting products that have arrived at the CyclingTips office, and bundle them all together in our CTech Product Picks. In this bumper edition we’ve got all manner of cycling-related goodies for you to check out, including lights, clothing, electrolyte drinks, books, bags, saddles and a […]


Thule RoundTrip Pro Softshell Bike Bag review

Every now and again a product comes along that’s so simple, so obvious and so clever that it makes me think “why didn’t I think of that?” The Thule RoundTrip Pro bike case is one of those products and I was happy to get my hands on one to look into further.


Garmin Edge 1000 GPS review

The Edge 1000 is Garmin’s latest GPS-enabled cycling computer and the highest-specced unit in the Edge range which features the existing Edge 510 and Edge 810. CyclingTips editor Matt de Neef spent a few weeks with the Edge 1000 and wrote the following review.


November Bicycles Rail 34 rim review

The Rail 34 rim is an all-carbon clincher that has just been released by November Bicycles. It is 34mm tall with an aerodynamic profile. The company used everything they learned from designing their Rail 52 rim to develop this lower profile rim that will appeal to riders looking to build a versatile racing wheelset at […]


Campagnolo Record EPS v2.0 review

Campagnolo’s original Record EPS electronic groupset offered precise and reliable shifting but the external battery was heavy and unsightly. The company recently updated Record EPS with a new internal battery, rendering EPS V2.0, and in this review CTech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a closer look at the installation and performance of the revised groupset.


Trek Silque SLX review

The Silque is the latest addition to Trek’s women’s-specific road bike range and in this review Caz Whitehead puts the Silque SLX through its paces.


Book review: ‘Faster – The Obsession, Science and Luck Behind the World’s Fastest Cyclists’

‘Faster’ is the third book by Michael Hutchinson, British time trial specialist, Commonwealth Games representative and winner of more than 50 British national TT titles, and focuses on the never-ending quest for speed and performance in competitive cycling. CyclingTips editor Matt de Neef read the book and put together this review.


Scott Solace 10 review

In this article CTech editor Matt Wikstrom puts the Scott Solace 10 through its paces and considers where this new addition to the Scott road bike line fits when compared with existing models.