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Aftershokz Openmove  -

Looking for a wireless, sweat battling, bone conducting pair of headphones? We didn't know what that means either but Aftershokz believe they have the sound quality to keep you moving...

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Nurokor Mibody  -

Take it from us. If you're in pain thanks to an injury, give yourself some relief, it will do you a world of good. For this, you could try the very subtle device of the Nurokor Mibody?

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Buzzbike  -

Fancy getting into cycling but without all the maintenance hassle? Buzzbike offer a subscription style service to get you commuting or out and about!

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hexr

A 3D printed helmet? A very surreal experience with a very impressive outcome...

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pro cycling trumps

Fancy turning yourself into a trump card? Yes, that's a thing and it's pretty cool! You can be over generous on your ratings too...

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gopro hero 7

Having a bike camera these days is becoming more essential than desired whether it's to capture those action shots or just give you a safer feeling on the road. We put the Hero7 on the bike for a few film shots...

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the orb

Your usual bike lights not enough to enhance your safety on the roads? Thirsty too? Well The Orb combines both issues and Liam Reilly used his commutes in the city to put it to the test...

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nut-r action mount

Bored of the usual mid-line handlebar mounts for your action camera? Well we're always looking for something quirky, let us introduce you to NUT-R...

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evo2max nebular-r9

Our first bike review and what a way to start with Evo2Max's Nebular R-9 equipped with 90mm rims and Di2 shifters, it just screams aero...we took it on a few tests culminating in racing the Red Bull Timelaps in Windsor Great Park, everybody heard/saw us coming!

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zwift

We are a gaming society. The industry influences our lives every day right in front of our eyes. Introduce this concept to the world of the turbo trainer and you've got Zwift. With a core consisting of community and performance, is this what's going to replace those sweatfests in the garage and those base thumping spin classes?