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Lewis Leathers Countryman No385 jacket

Lewis Leathers Countryman No385 jacket, £675 Miles covered/time: 500/one month What’s good: The adage “buy well, buy once” has never been more apt when it comes to the Lewis Countryman jacket. Hand made in London, the jacket is an exact copy of a garment originally made by Lewis in the 1940s. No detail has been skipped in this replica – ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Leathers, jackets & suits
  • 16 November 2011

Givi T489 Easylock tank bag

Givi T489 Easylock tank bag, £72.25 (bike specific tank ring £13.08) Miles covered/time: 2000 miles/one month What’s good: The Easylock mounting system on the T489 consists of a metal ring that bolts onto your filler cap surround and a plastic coupler on the underside of the bag. It works incredibly well. Just place the Givi tank bag onto the ring ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Parts & accessories
  • 26 September 2011

Helmet review: Les Ateliers Ruby Belvedere

Les Ateliers Ruby Belvedere helmet, £607Miles covered/time: 1000/six months What's good: The Les Ateliers Ruby Belvedere helmet is without doubt, the most luxurious piece of motorcycling equipment ever made. Save cash on motorcycle helmets It's the helmet equivalent of an Aston Martin DB5. Hand crafted, hand painted and upholstered with the softest red leather, the quality and detail of the ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Helmets
  • 12 January 2010

Glove review: Held Akira Tex

What’s good? Perfect for a typical British summer. These waterproof  gloves give a featherlite touch on the bars but with a Pukka Gore-Tex lining. They also feature a rubber visor wiper stiched along the left index finger, something all waterproof and winter gloves should come with. Compare and buy motorcycle gloves What’s not? I don’t know whether it’s due to ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 30 July 2009

Review: Solvent-based visor cleaners

What's bad? They're a waste of the world's resources and completely pointless. The only thing you need to clean a visor is water, kitchen towel and five minutes. If your visor is caked in insect debris you could use a spot of washing up liquid. Place the smallest amount on a towel (tear resistant ones are best), wet the towel, ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Helmets
  • 10 July 2009

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