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The Event's round shape suits most heads, and its huge internal channels keep you well ventilated. Its shape also means that the Event needs very little padding, with just one large pad for the brow and two central pads for the crown. The result is an airy and light feel when you're wearing it, borne out by the verry decent weight - 266g for our large size lid.

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The Foray's minimal size follows the styling of Giro's range-topping Synthe, featuring long parallel vents running front to back, matched internally by deep channel cutaways and a slender four piece pad set. On the bike you can feel the channels doing their best to deliver constant airflow.

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Giro's shoe range has been a great success and this is no exception. The EC70 sole is stiff enough to channel serious effort through the pedlas without flinching, yet still very shallow for a direct feel. 

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Articulated link locks like the German made Bordon are useful as they offer the shape changing and fill ability properties of a chain whilr having the structure that folds into a neat 'box' shape.

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At nearly 3.5kg this is a monster, but one that stood up the best in all our tests. The padlock is engineered as well as the chain, there is no weakest link with this setup - which is what makes it perform as a system rather than a chain and padlock.

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The ultimate accolade, goes to the Granit X Plus 540 U-lock, belying its middleweight status with a heavy weight performance. A good size, superb design and very strong.

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CamelBak's Podium has a proper shut-off valve that is great when you're chucking bottles in the car. The nozzle offers generous flow and plastic taste is minimal.

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They offer brillian peripheral vision and ventilation slots to prevent fogging, while an adjustable nosepiece and bendable arms make getting the right easy.

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The Altura Attack 180 is £10 more than the Summit baggy we tested last year, but we think it's slightly better trail short. It uses a softer, fourway stretch fabric, so fits better and is also notably more breathable, with extra mesh panels on the front thigh area and side providing additional ventilation. 

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The jersey excelled on a sweltering 90 mile ride through the Pennines. It has a figure-hugging design, and the mesh stretch panels under the arms and at the base of the spine aid its breathability. 

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The jersey excelled on a sweltering 90 mile ride through the Pennines. It has a figure-hugging design, and the mesh stretch panels under the arms and at the base of the spine aid its breathability. The elasticated sleeve cuffs work beautifully, while sticky grippers at the back keep the jersey in place and have survived two washes so far.

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The Ride Tailored overshorts are properly smart-casual thanks to a nylon/spandex mix that looks like suit material but with a four-way stretch that gives mobility on the bike. The simple cut ensures they hang cleanly when you're wondering about but includes a seamless gusset strip that runs from hem to hem to avoid chafing.

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The nylon shanked sole is stiff without feeling dead, leading to a shoe which is comfortable to pedal all day, even on small, non-platform clipless shoes. 

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Versatile, clarity boosting lenses in a tough, affordable and secure pair of specs.

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Aero, well-ventilated, and comfortable - what more could you ask for?

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