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Top 10 coolest helmet paint jobs

Rob Hull, 14 May 2009 16:59

MCN’s recent Helmet Buying Guide showcased some of the most protective and coolest looking lids on the planet. Here we’re concentrating on looks… Compare and buy motorcycle helmets   AGV LONGWAY £119.99-£129.99SHARP rating: 4Sizes: XS-XLColours: Four plain (silver, white, gloss and matt black), and two multis (inc the Daytona, above) Shell: ThermoplasticContact: We say: The Longway is AGV’s only ...

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Glove review: Halvarsson Dryway

Alison Silcox, 11 May 2009 11:20

Best thing about it: They’re great value for money and have kept me warm and dry through some awful weather. I’ve worn them in below freezing conditions and also torrential rain and they’ve never failed to keep me warm and toasty. The beauty of them is that unlike other winter gloves I’ve tried, they are not bulky. Compare and buy ...

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Helmet review: Arai Tour X

Rob Hull, 11 May 2009 11:10

Best thing about it: Versatility is the key – you can choose whether to have the full-on off-road look with goggles or fit a visor. Really quick and easy to adapt between the two. Compare and buy motorcycle helmets Worst thing about it: I got it to use primarily as a road lid with the visor to wear on a ...

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Boot review: Puma 1000

Rob Hull, 07 May 2009 11:34

Best thing about it: When your foot is in it, it’s one of the most comfortable boots I’ve worn. Loads a feel through the sole, very water-resistant for a non-WP boot and all the Puma kit has a certain stylish stigma attached. Worst thing about it: The ratchet across the back of the boot can sometimes loop over the top ...

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Jacket review: Frank Thomas Bullit Retro jacket

Samuel Pinney, 07 May 2009 10:57

Best bit: The look, it’s awesome. It doesn’t just look good, it’s well put together and just wearing it can make my day. The leather is high quality and smells amazing. Even though it’s retro looking it’s got shoulder, elbow and back armour built in. You could tell me it was made by communists out of kittens and I’d still ...

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Suit review: Rev-It GP Replica suit

Andy Downes, 07 May 2009 10:18

Best bit? The way they stood up to a 60mph highside (resulting in a toasty fireball) at Brands Hatch last year, leaving just a tiny hole in the elbow which, for the money was a very impressive performance. Worst bit? The knee armour can get a bit uncomfortable after a while. Stars (out of five) *****Product: Rev-It GP Replica suitCost: ...

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Top 10 flip-front helmets

Marc Abbott, 06 May 2009 10:37

Flip-front helmets offer the looks of a full-face with the flexibility of an open-face. Need to open your visor to slip a cigarette in or pay for petrol? You’ll be wanting one of these… Compare and buy motorcycle helmets All helmets featured here have a SHARP rating of at least three stars, so they’re just as protective (if not more ...

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Helmet review: AGV K-series

James Keen, 01 May 2009 13:36

What’s good: Cheap for a big-brand lid and available in a cool choice of paint schemes. The K-series got 3 stars in the SHARP tests, has a removable washable lining and a seat-belt style strap. For buyers on a budget it’ll do the job in a no-frills kind of way, but if you’re used to Arai/Shoei levels of quality it ...

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Suit review: Aerostich Roadcrafter suit

Ped Baker, 01 May 2009 13:25

Best bits: The top-to-bottom zip arrangement means you can get in or out of the suit in less than ten seconds and it fits over your normal clothes. The fabric is more substantial than any other textile garment I’ve owned including premium brands like Rukka. Compare and buy motorcycle clothing Worst bit: Since the bankers stole all the money the ...

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Jeans review: Red Route Street Kevlar jeans

Andy Downes, 01 May 2009 12:51

Best bit: Comfort, convenience and added level of protection over standard jeans when riding in summer on short journeys. Worst bit: They are so comfortable as to become a tempting replacement on longer journeys too. Stars (out of five) ****Product name: Red Route Street Kevlar jeansCost: £79.95Still available: Yes Miles covered: 1700Time owned: One year

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