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Glove review: Alpinestars Vega Drystar

Alpinestars Vega Drystar, £74.99 from www.mcnshop.comMiles covered/time: One month (borrowed from Dad)/600 miles What’s good? They’re a little big, but extremely comfy with a nice soft lining. I’ve hardly worn them in the dry, and they’ve kept every single drop of water out so far. Exactly what you’d expect from Alpinestars’ DryStar range. What’s not? Despite the Thinsulate insulation they don’t ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 15 November 2010

Product review: EDZ All Season base layer one piece

EDZ All Season base layer one piece, £50Miles covered/time: 3000/two years What’s good? If you struggle getting your leathers on and off because the lining sticks to your skin then you need one of these. The suit wicks away sweat from your body and keeps you cool when it’s warm and warm when it’s cool. What’s not? The legs and ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Leathers, jackets & suits
  • 01 October 2010

S-Doc100 visor and helmet cleaner

S-Doc100 visor and helmet cleaner, £12.95Time used: One monthWhat’s good?  It’s extremely easy to use. Spray on. Wipe off. Done. The microfiber cloth comes in handy for other things such as cleaning my specs and computer monitors. It’s small enough to fit under your seat or in your pocket – so comes in handy when you don’t have time to ...

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  • Parts & accessories
  • 22 September 2010

Glove review: Teknic Lightning

Teknic Lightning, £49.99 at www.mcnshop.comMiles covered/time: 7000/2.5 years What’s good? The leather felt soft and supple from the first time I wore these and they were instantly comfortable – no bedding in required. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves The overlapping leather panels on the fingers mean they’re even more supple than the rest of the glove. Venting on the knuckles ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 27 July 2010

Kit review: Forcefield Pro L2 back protector

Forcefield Pro L2 back protector, £94.99Miles covered/time: 1000/one month What's good? After being properly measured up for this back protector, it fits much better than my previous Forcefield and feels much more secure. Due to the fact it fits properly it also conforms to my shape as my body heat softens it ­ After a long, hot ride it's incredibly ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Leathers, jackets & suits
  • 07 July 2010

Kit review: AGV T2

AGV T2, £269.99 (on covered/time: 2000/two months What’s good? After trying several different makes of helmet to find the right fit for me I went for an AGV on the recommendation of a colleague. The first few times I wore the lid it was uncomfy round the ears, but the lining soon bedded in to the shape of my ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Helmets
  • 17 June 2010

Cleaner review: S-Doc 100 Motorcycle Gel

S-Doc 100 Motorcycle Gel, £16.20  Liam Marsden    Time owned: One year What’s good? There are hundreds of bike cleaners on the market all offering something different and claiming to be better than the next, but for my money this is the best bike cleaner out there. Simply spray the gel on your bike, have a brew and a biscuit and ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Parts & accessories
  • 03 June 2010

Kit reviews: Furygan FRG10 gloves

Furygan FRG10 gloves, £104.95 Miles covered: 5000/two years What’s good? These gloves are without a doubt the best I’ve worn to date. They fit my hand snugly, without being too tight or restrictive. The huge knuckle protector and protector on the cuff are rock solid and often leave me thinking the tarmac would come off worse in a collision with ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 11 May 2010

Product review: HiMountain Mission 10

HiMountain Mission 10, around £35 for similar rucksacksMiles covered/time: 3000 miles/three years What’s good? This rucksack/hydration pack is perfect for a day’s riding or for keeping you hydrated on longer runs. The 10-litre capacity is plenty for essential items such as tools, money, a phone and your wallet, plus more. The two-litre hydration pouch doesn’t fill up the main compartment, ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Parts & accessories
  • 28 April 2010

Product review: Gaerne GRW GP boots

Gaerne GRW GP boots, £249.99 in MCN Shop  Miles covered/time: 3000 miles/28 monthsWhat’s good? These are my second pair of Gaerne boots since 2006 – they’re the perfect fit for my feet. The vents on this particular model mean my feet are always comfy and never sticky with sweat. The floating system at the rear supports the ankle and prevents ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Boots
  • 13 April 2010


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