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Product Review: Sealey MC480 550kg motorcycle lift

Ped Baker, 18 June 2014 08:30

Sealey MC480 550kg motorcycle lift, £159.95 Tester: Ped Baker Time tested: Three months What’s good? Once you’ve used a bike lift you’ll never want to spanner a bike without one again, especially if you suffer from a bad back or knees. Essentially a big scissor jack, the Sealey MC480 raises your bike on two rubber-topped metal platforms that span your ...

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Product Review: Reed Chill Cheater Transpire Fleece top and trousers

Andy Davidson, 18 June 2014 08:30

Reed Chill Cheater Transpire Fleece top and trousers, £35, £41 Time tested: Five months/ 6000 miles What’s good? For my 100-mile daily commute I always pick the Transpire fleece set over all the other thermals I’ve tested. I wear a t-shirt, the Transpire top and then my bike jacket, which together are more than enough to keep me warm. The ...

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Product Review: TCX S-R1 Gore-Tex boots

Richard Newland, 11 June 2014 09:00

TCX S-R1 Gore-Tex boots, £249.99 Time tested: 4 months/ 400 wet miles What’s good? They work. Even in really persistent heavy rain, they’ve not let in a single drop of water. I even resorted to the garden hose to give them a thorough pressurised soaking from all angles in an attempt to show a weakness, but they remained utterly watertight. ...

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Product Review: Thor Copper and hide faced hammer

Ped Baker, 11 June 2014 09:00

Thor Copper and hide faced hammer, size 1. £13.86 Time tested: 12 years What’s good? This 830g soft-faced hammer has aided removal of countless stubborn swingarm bolts, bushes, axles and other parts for over a decade. Heavy enough to deliver a substantial blow but soft enough to distort or mark instead of damaging the part you’re hammering, it’s an iron ...

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Product Review: Ugly Fish RS5228 sunglasses

Andy Downes, 11 June 2014 09:00

Ugly Fish RS5228 sunglasses, £35 Time tested: One year What’s good? These are good value sunglasses that fit tightly to my face and were perfect when I used them for the first time in combination with an open-face helmet on the launch of the new Indian range at Sturgis in America last year. This was the first time I had ...

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Product Review: Forcefield Elite chest protector

Tony Hoare, 11 June 2014 08:57

Forcefield Elite chest protector, £64.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/two months What’s good? The idea of chest protection a good one. Think about the organs that live in that area, then think about where your momentum takes you in many accidents, which is straight towards the bike and its pointy-out bits. Many of us have accepted the back protector as a ...

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Product Review: Spada ST1 WP boots

Simon Brown, 11 June 2014 08:56

Spada ST1 WP boots, £99.95 Time tested: 1800 miles/two months What’s good? Reassuringly sturdy, these boots are both decent value at under £100 and packed with protection with hard plastic armour at the heel, shin and ankle – plus very solid-feeling toe protection. I have actually fallen off in them, but it was only a low-speed topple after a van ...

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Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

Simon Patterson, 04 June 2014 11:00

RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves, £89.99 Time tested: Three miles/500 miles What’s good? RST’s top-of-the-range gloves are designed for track use, although I’ve been wearing them for my commute, because they’re ridiculously comfortable. Made from soft kangaroo leather, they give really good feel and finger dexterity. The closures are thick, reassuring strips of Velcro that I can easily close when ...

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Product Review: Cruz Econokit M2

Andy Downes, 04 June 2014 11:00

Cruz Econokit M2, £35 Time tested: One year What’s good? The quality of standard motorcycle tool kits ranges from barely adequate through to completely unfit for purpose (or missing, if you’re buying a used bike) so this is my default toolkit when I am venturing off anywhere further afield than my normal commute. The Cruz Econokit2 has 10mm and 12mm ...

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Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

Simon Patterson, 04 June 2014 11:00

RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves, £89.99 Time tested: Three miles/500 miles What’s good? RST’s top-of-the-range gloves are designed for track use, although I’ve been wearing them for my commute, because they’re ridiculously comfortable. Made from soft kangaroo leather, they give really good feel and finger dexterity. The closures are thick, reassuring strips of Velcro that I can easily close when ...

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