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Gloves Review: Rev’IT Monster Gloves

Andy Downes, 26 August 2013 11:30

Rev’IT Monster Gloves, £65 Time tested: 9000 miles/three years What’s good? These short goatskin gloves are just what I wanted for short runs around town and commuting to work on warm days. They have lasted really well so far. They were comfortable immediately and the ventilation and comfort are superb, offering loads of feel while riding. They are a cinch ...

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Product Review: Auritech earplugs

Andy Downes, 29 July 2013 14:50

Auritech earplugs, £19.95 Time tested: One month/2000 miles What’s good? I had only ever used foam earplugs before trying these new thermoplastic types from Auritech, which have ceramic filters within a central tube said to cut out the damaging wind noise but not muffle the conversation. They do exactly what they promise and after six weeks of daily use I ...

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Jacket Review: Rev It Zodiac leather jacket

Andy Downes, 19 July 2013 11:30

RevIt Zodiac leather jacket, £217 Miles covered: 14,000/four years What’s good? I really enjoy using this jacket and it’s become my default short journey and ride to work on sunny days choice in combination with a pair of jeans. As long as the weather is dry you can use this jacket in reasonably cold conditions thanks to the removable thermal ...

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Parts Review: Kärcher K7 ‘Eco Beast’ Pressure Washer

Andy Downes, 19 July 2013 11:24

Kärcher K7 ‘Eco Beast’ Pressure Washer, £519.99 (deals from £400) Time used: Five months What’s good: I ride all winter so frequent cleaning is a must and I reckon this jetwasher has been the saviour of both my own 1998 Honda CBR600F and the long term test Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring which has seen almost daily use since before Christmas. ...

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Boots Review: Dainese Anfibio Café

Andy Downes, 15 July 2013 09:56

Dainese Anfibio Café, £165 Time tested: 1200 miles/two months What’s good? These are my dry ride to work, around town and short journey boots and in that role they have been perfect so far. I wanted something that was subtle, offered some basic protection over non-bike boots and so far they have been excellent. The fit from the start was ...

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Parts Review: Touratech Zega Pro topbox and mount

Andy Downes, 11 July 2013 16:05

Touratech Zega Pro topbox and mount, £534.31Time tested: Three months/4000 miles What’s good? The build quality, styling and practicality of this aluminium topbox is sensational. It stays on my long term Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring and is used for everyday commuting to work and when I need to ride to jobs for MCN. It’s simple to use, easy to ...

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Accessories Review: Air Blaster

Andy Downes, 01 July 2013 07:30

Air-Force Master Blaster, £199Time tested: 20 months What’s good: The ease with which this air-blower can shift water from a freshly washed bike makes it an important element of keeping a bike in top condition and corrosion free. I have used this blower for nearly two years on a variety of bikes in all seasons and it’s been incredibly useful ...

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Product Review: GB Racing engine protection for BMW S1000RR

Andy Downes, 10 June 2013 08:46

GB Racing engine protection for BMW S1000RR, £168 Tester: Andy Downes Time tested: 9500 miles/seven months What’s good? These are the same items as seen on racing bikes at British Superbike, the Isle of Man TT and club racing around the country and the quality is top notch. I’m not a fan of crash bungs, having seen what they can ...

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Tyre Review: Bridgestone T30 tyres

Andy Downes, 28 May 2013 09:26

Bridgestone T30 tyres, £200 approxTester: Andy DownesMiles/time: 2400 miles/two monthsWhat’s good: These slot into Bridgestone’s range as sports touring tyres for road riders who cover big mileage in all conditions; a role in which they excel. The T30s replace the BT023 and are a huge improvement. I’ve used them on my Ducati Multistrada 1200 and they gave huge confidence in ...

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Textile Review: Aerostich Roadcrafter suit

Andy Downes, 13 May 2013 08:35

Aerostich Roadcrafter suit: £600 approx (plus import duty and shipping of about £300) Tester: Andy Downes Time/miles: 50,000-plus/eight years What’s good? If you ride every day the Aerostich Roadcrafter suit is the answer to the hassle of getting in and out of riding kit – you step in fully-clothed, close two zips and then it’s on. All I need to ...

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