Entries by neil

Wahoo ELEMNT Trade-up Promotion

Wahoo have introduced a trade-in promotion that will run throughout November and December. If you’ve been thinking about changing your bike computer to the ELEMNT this is a great time to do it. We’ve been impressed with this unit and this promotion makes it easy to change.

SRAM eTAP arrives at Cycle Right

SRAM’s new electronic groupset is slowly filtering through to stores and we’ve got the first two upgrade kits available at Cycle Right today. SRAM’s eTAP will only have limited availability August, and then nothing will be available until 2017.  To be one of the first riders to try out SRAM’s innovative new shifting system contact Neil today. Not heard […]

Review of SuperSix Evo 105

What happens when the technology from Cannondale’s all conquering SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod comes down the line to a moderately priced version?  The SuperSix Evo 105 was recently reviewed by cyclist.co.uk and they seem to like it.  Some highlights below: At well over 100g lighter, Cannondale’s own Si chainset is a feathery yet unyieldingly stiff alternative to […]

Cipollini Bond Review

The Cipollini Bond looks like a rapid bike.  Like the man himself, this is a design that exudes confidence and bold innovation. But can it’s image match it’s abilities? The roadcyclinguk.com site have recently reviewed the Bond.  We’ve collected some of the highlights: Cipollini have patented the Atomlink concept and it’s a smart design… It’s a modular system […]

Wahoo ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer

The Wahoo Elemnt has arrived at Cycle Right are we are really impressed with this GPS unit. The consensus emerging from various reviews and previews is that the Elemnt won’t unseat the Garmin’s just yet, BUT this being the first standalone unit from Wahoo it has made a promising start. What makes it different? Easy […]

Cannondale CAAD12 105 wins Bike of the Year 2016

The aluminium CAAD12 has won the Cycling Plus Bike of the Year for 2016.  With it’s more expensive sibling, the SuperSix Evo reaching the top 3 of the Superbike category, it’s been quite a year for Cannondale. A few extracts from the video: We haven’t seen aluminium of this grade and quality since way back […]

Review of Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod

Cannondale continues to impress with each iteration of the top spec SuperSix.  This is a bike that can do anything, long club rides, climbing, descending, it’s all effortless for this thoroughbred. Bikeradar Review Along with the deliberations for the Bike of the Year (see below), the bikeradar.com site took time to review the Dura Ace version […]

Review for Storck Aerfast from road.cc

The Storck Aerfast is quick, seriously quick. We’ve had one in the store for a few days now and anyone that has taken it out for a spin and said the same thing. Incredible acceleration and with it’s aerodynamic shape really helps you to keep the speed. Highlights from the road.cc review article: Aerfast is […]

Storck Visioner wins Road Bike of the Year from road.cc

Here at Cycle Right we know how special the Storck Visioner is, but we’re happy that this fact has been acknowledged by road.cc.  In their deliberations for the criteria for this award they noted the following: They were looking for a quick, responsive road bike that was suitable for riding over longer distances. This category […]

Pioneer Power Meter System at Cycle Right

Pioneer’s second generation power meters have arrived at Cycle Right. We’re excited to be offering the affordable single-leg meter SGY-PM91HL (£599) for fitting to Shimano Dura-Ace and Ultegra cranksets.  Like the two-leg system, the left-only single-leg calculates power based on the force you’re applying to the crank.  The unit is also equipped with dual accelerometers for […]