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It's shell is compact, hugging the head rather than sitting on top of it. The interior is very snug, especially at the forehead, where some helmets can exert painful pressure over time.

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Athlete-friendliness is what this range is all about and a lot of effort has gone into making bars that are easy to eat as well as delivering carbs over a long period with maltodextrin:fructose mix.

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Cateye's unassuming-looking Strada Smart computer has a lot more going for it than meets the eye. Harnessing the technology inside your smart phone, the Cateye aims to give you all the data of a GPS unit for a fraction of the price and handlebar real estate.

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As worn by Leanda Cave when she won 2012's Ironman Hawaii, the Air Attack may not be the prettiest helmet, but it looks are less outlandish than a full-on aero lid.

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Without the interactive technology of the Strada Smart, the Slim version provides a lightweight, easy to operate computer that offers most of the functions most of us use most of the time. 

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The build quality of the revised Lobo is second to none. We love the CamelBak bladder system - the 3l reservoir is easy to fill, load and use, plus spares are available. 

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Altura is well known for its commuter products, but its packable Podium is every inch a road product. It packs very well into a cylinder shape perfectly designed for a rear jersey pocket, and uses Altura's proprietary React Fabric to impressive effect, providing a good barrier to the elements while retaining decent breathability.

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Bell certainly isn't the first to the game with its removable chinguard helmet - but the Super 2R looks to be one of the first that comes across as a proper polished product. With more people racing enduro, the demand for such lids is rising, as they give the option of full face protection without the claustrophobia, sweaty compromise on the climbs.

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Fit is exceptional - the Chamber is by far the most comfortable shoe of the four. Ergonomics are superb and the elasticated tongue-sleeve kept our foot nice and stable

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The big brother of SKS's familiar guard will accommodate tyres up to 32mm wide. They don't go under the brakes so the bike still gets mucky, but they do a very good job of keeping spray off the rider and are quick and easy to fit, with easy adjustment. Somewhat expensive, mind.

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Being the most expensive inflator on the test the Air Chuck seemed the simplest in design and came with two 16g canisters. Like the rest on the test the push on head works with both Presta and Schrader valves, perfect for all bikes. 

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Standing out from the crowd by dint of its fluro body, the Abus comes equipped with a basic frame mount and a pair of keys. The shackle’s soft-feel coating promises to keep your bike blemish-free, while its 230mm length means it’ll readily go through frame, wheel and around railing.

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If you're in the market for an enduro race shoe, surely the model that won last year's Enduro World Series should be good on your list? Jared Graves wore the Terraduro when he took the overall win last year, so if it's good enough for him... 

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A superior quality product backed by a lifetime warranty. The lightest on test, its minimalist design makes few concessions to ergonomics and a firm push is required to get the gas flowing.

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A reliable, no fuss track pump is a must have for every home workshop and any workplace with a lot cyclists - and the AirKompressor's about as simple and efficient as it gets. It's longer than many rival models, with an extra long body that ensures you get maximum volume per stroke; in fact we were able to inflate a regular road tyre to 100psi in an average of 30 strokes. 

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