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Product Review: Alpinestars Moab knee/shin guards

Alpinestars Moab knee/shin guards, £89.99 Time tested: 800 miles/four months What’s good? These knee/shin guards are for downhill mountain biking, but I’ve been wearing them under denim jeans when riding on the road. I like riding in normal jeans and a leather jacket, especially in summer, but hate the lack of knee protection – so these guards give a little ...

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  • Parts & accessories
  • 02 September 2013

Parts Review: Motrax Tyre Warmers

Motrax tyre warmers, under £200 (in 2003)Time tested: Ten years What’s good? These well-used warmers are around 10 years old, cost less than £200 new and still work like new. What a bargain. I’ve used them at the TT, North West 200, Oliver’s Mount and countless club race meetings and they’ve never let me down once. They’re not fancy, but ...

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  • 19 August 2013

TT analysis: Spot the difference

Quattro Bournemouth Kawasaki man James Hillier is one of the exciting next generation of TT riders. He has a TT win under his belt and has joined the elite 131mph average club, just missing out on a senior podium spot this year. Our very own Senior MCN road tester is only in his second year, and is on sharp learning ...

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  • 12 July 2013

Boot Review: Alpinestars Gore-Tex CR-4

Alpinestars Gore-Tex CR-4 £149.99 Time tested: 20,000 miles/ 6+ years What’s good? As you can tell by the state of my Alpinestars boots they’ve had a hard life, but survived some real abuse. I occasionally wear them on the bike in summer, especially if I’m riding something under 250cc like a Honda CBR125 or scooter for example, but they’ve also ...

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  • Boots
  • 07 May 2013

Staff blog: The toughest test ever!

This year is going to epic, one I’m going to look back on for years to come and it’s mainly going to be down to my lovely ZX-6R. Just last week I took delivery of my new Kawasaki and unusually for me, I’m treating her with kid-gloves, nice and gentle for the first few hundred miles, before unleashing its full ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • First rides & tests
  • 03 May 2013

Suzuki C1500T first ride

They may be about as relevant in the UK as a 50ft Winnebago or eight-litre SUV but, if you hadn’t cottoned on already, ‘baggers’ - or be-bagged or panniered cruisers designed for comfort and custom style and, usually, also with Plexiglass screens, a relaxed riding position and footboards instead of conventional footpegs, are big news in the U S of A. ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 30 April 2013

Aprilia Caponord first ride

As the biking audience matures, demand continues to increase for adventure bikes. Early last year Triumph launched its new Explorer which took the coveted MCN road test class crown in 2012. But since then Ducati has launched its new ‘skyhook’ Multistrada, the first to come with true semi-active suspension, while both KTM and BMW have introduced new models which have ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • First rides & tests
  • 11 April 2013

Used Buying Guide: Kawasaki ZX-10R

We can safely say Kawasaki didn’t really produce an out-and-out sports bike with the ZX-9R, especially towards the end of its life cycle, when it was facing competition from the mighty Yamaha R1 and Suzuki GSX-R1000. The old 900 was more of a soft sports bike with great power and comfort rather than a cutting edge sportster with razor sharp ...

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  • General news
  • 20 March 2013

Phil McCallen: 'The Britten was a dark horse'

Nick Jefferies was the fastest man around the TT course on a Britten in 1994 How did you come to race the Britten at the TT in 1994?I’d won the Formula One race in 1993 on the Honda RC30 and I knew there was a new bike coming, the RC45 but I also knew numbers were only small. The Honda ...

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  • General news
  • 26 January 2013

'How I bagged a Britten'

Britten owner and dedicated biker, Kevin Grant, bought his first bike aged 15, then got into racing and collecting bikes. How did you come to own a Britten?I picked it up in 1996, or '97, I think. It was just a quirk of fate really. We were going to a jubilee meeting at Assen, and I was trying to organise ...

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  • 25 January 2013

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