From the CyclingPlus website:
In our December issue we put five bikes priced between £400 and £800 to the test to see if you really need to spend serious money to get a serious bike. The answer appears to be no?
Elsewhere we look at 10 of the best sets of lights to keep you riding through the dark months ahead, and ride new bikes from Orbea, Ritchey, Brompton, Van Rysel and more. We also test new kit from Giant, Mavic, Shimano and many more brands.
We head to the Science & Cycling conference in Belgium to discover the cutting edge techniques the pros are using that could make you faster too, and we provide some winter motivation by asking cyclists from Olympians to normal readers how they overcame their nerves and began racing. Why not join them on the start line in 2020?
We also ride some of the world's lowest roads, and discover that even below sea level you still have hills to climb. Plus we look back on the 2019 cycling season and the UCI World Championships in Yorkshire in our season review supplement.
There's also an extra mini-magazine: 2019 Season Review - World Champs + Tour de France + Ned Boulting's Awards.