"Absolutely cannot complain about the quality of this headset. Carbon top cap and cover a nice touch at this price. Through no fault of Lifeline this one doesn't fit my bike as expected. Getting the right headset is tricky but if your bike is compatible this is a super alternative to the big name brands."
"For those days when it's too warm for full covers but not cold warm enough to go without these dhb toe covers are ideal. Unlike other versions I've tried these are a good length and actually cover more than just the toe area so offer good insulation."
"Light, strong, good looking and extremely good value for money. Another quality LifeLine product that adds a little carbon luxury to my bike. No bottle rattle on all but the roughest of surfaces is an extra bonus and not the case with all carbon cages."
Pros: Attractive, Good Fit, Great Value, High Quality, Lightweight
"Track mitts with Velcro straps are a pet hate of mine. They snag and usually leave a little gap that makes a strange sun tan mark in the summer ;-) Thought I'd try these dhb velcro free versions and I'm much happier. Good fit, great feel, good padding and I like the graphics. Another top dhb product."
"Not had great experience with budget tubes in the past but almost without exception the LifeLine products I've bought have been top notch so got a five pack of 700 x 18-23c tubes. So far so good! I've also used them with the LifeLine fixed core valve extenders in deep section rims without any issue. You could pay £7 a tube if brand is more important to you, otherwise these are great."
"At £6 it was absolutely worth trying these budget SPD-SL cleats from LifeLine. For the first time one of the brands products hasn't really measured up as they are a poor fit in my 105 carbon pedals. Absolutely no 'click' when entering so you're not sure if you're engaged & they feel very tight, the float is a real effort to make happen. It could be they work better on the R550 or R540 pedals but until I have the chance to try I would suggest finding the extra and buying genuine Shimano cleats."
"Selle Italia, San Marco & Royal, Bontrager, Prologo & fizik. The brands of saddles I have used over the last 14 years without ever really finding one that was even 90% perfect. I saw the Cosine saddles mentioned on Bike Rumor, then a Twitter friend positively reviewed the Endurance model so I thought, worth a try. I deliberated a fair while about which one to go for but in the end plumped for the Ti Road as it doesn't have a relief channel & is narrower than the Sprint or Endurance models. Out of the package it is a superbly well made and great looking saddle that doesn't look like it cost £24. On the bike it's a revelation, proving to be supportive, comfortable and so far hasn't caused any soreness or numbness. Longer rides may yet reveal a fault or two but for now if you're a lighter rider who prefers a longer narrower saddle give this Cosine beauty a try."
Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Good Fit, Great Value, High Quality, Lightweight
"Strange thing to review I guess but the ease with which these threaded into my old Madone frame warrants a thumbs up. Had others that have always felt 'tight' or like they were cutting a new thread but these, super easy!
LifeLine products pretty much my go to brand. Quality and value!"
Pros: Good Fit, Great Value, High Quality, Lightweight
"After ten years working in a highly respected local bike shop I moved to a mainstream retailer, who have been the butt of much snobbery and unkind remarks. So, it was something of a surprise to discover that the standards of mechanical work from repairs to bike building I'd established in the LBS were simply not high enough. For a start, I'd never been required to use a torque wrench and now suddenly tightening handlebar stem bolts etc. without one was a disciplinary offence! Having realised how much I'd been over or under tightening bolts for a decade I decided to invest in a torque wrench for home use and as a fan of LifeLine it wasn't a difficult decision to buy the 'essential version' which has a higher torque setting than the 'professional'. It feels as good as the considerably more expensive work ones and my fleet of bikes at home now all have correctly set bolts. I honestly think if you do any home repair, especially on carbon bikes, and given just how inexpensive this tool is there is no excuse to not be torquing bolts correctly."
Pros: Adjustable, Durable, Great Value, High Quality