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Accessories Review: Knox Urbane armoured shirt

Steve Hunt, 24 June 2013 13:09

Knox Urbane armoured shirt £130Time tested: 600 miles/2 months What’s good? I don’t always want to look like every other biker on the road and these are the times when I reach for Knox's 'undershirt'. Made predominantly out of a stretch, mesh fabric but with some softer, quilted sections on the shoulders and  cotton areas on the chest and back, ...

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Helmet Review: Shark Race-R Pro helmet

Tony Hoare, 17 June 2013 11:34

Shark Race-R Pro helmet, £479.99 Tester: Tony Hoare Time tested: 1000 miles/six months What’s good? Protection levels are high, with a five-star rating in the Government’s Sharp tests backed by the fact I escaped this accident without a head injury. The trackside medics feared I would, but my MRI scans were clear and my spelling remains fyne. The lid is ...

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Helmet Review: HJC RPHA Max flip-front helmet

Tony Hoare, 20 May 2013 09:17

HJC RPHA Max flip-front helmet, £359.99 Tester: Tony Hoare Miles/time: 1800 miles/one month What’s good? I’ve shied away from flip-up lids because I don’t like the image, but the RPHA Max soothed those concerns enough for me to use it on an 1800-mile trip to Italy. It’s essentially HJC’s RPHA10 race helmet, but with the convenience of a flip-front helmet. ...

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Suit Review: Held Race-Evo one-piece leathers

Tim Thompson, 07 May 2013 17:02

Held Race-Evo one-piece leathers £1199.99 Time tested: 5500 miles/7 months What’s good? Down we go: Onto the shoulder, forearm and heel of hand, followed by a 70mph slide and an involuntary roll onto back and arse, stand up too soon, fall over head first and face plant into the grass. Test complete. I’m fairly sceptical about all the protective extras ...

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Triumph’s Tiger Explorer gets the Powerbronze treatment

MCn Products News, 14 December 2012 16:30

Triumph’s Tiger Explorer has been one of the highest-selling bikes of 2012 - and also won the accolade of MCN Adventure Bike of Year 2012. Reflecting the new model’s popularity, aftermarket parts specialists Powerbronze have given the adventure bike their full carbon attention, too. The range of modifications is all made from 3k pre-preg 2/2 twill weave carbon fibre, and ...

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Boot Review: Red Wing 877 Men's 8-inch Boot

Simon Relph, 06 November 2012 11:28

Red Wing 877 Men's 8-inch Boot, £250 Miles covered/time: 2000/eight months What’s good? I have worn other Red Wing boots for years and I would swear by them. To me, these are an iconic traditional boot, made since 1953 and which graced the feet of riders such as Steve McQueen while he had fun off road on one of his ...

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MCN Shop deal of the week: Spyke Blaster EVO Suit with FREE Boots

MCN, 25 October 2012 09:50

The Spyke Blaster EVO is the perfect suit for road or track riding, with it's stretch leater and fibre inserts to ensure maximum comfort over long journies, short blasts, or trackdays. The suit has a 1.2-1.3mm leather construction, with CE-approved armour in the shoulders, elbows and knees to keep you safe. There's anti-shock pads in the collarbones, arms and back ...

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Product review: Kiddimoto Evel Knievel Kurve

Nick Lemon, 24 October 2012 10:24

Kiddimoto Evel Knievel Kurve £69.99 (matching helmet £34.99 - gloves £7.99) What’s good: Kurve is the newest addition to the award winning Kiddimoto range of wooden toddler balance bikes. The brilliant design is perfect to start children learning how to ride a bike and develop cycling skills before they get a bike with pedals. Suitable from ages two and upwards, ...

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Glove review: Revit Tarmac

Liam Marsden, 05 October 2012 16:18

Revit Tarmac gloves, £134.99Miles covered/time: 3000/five months What's good? These have become my go-to pair of gloves; they took a couple of hundred miles to properly bed in, but since then they’ve been amazingly comfy. The leather is soft and supple and none of the armour digs in anywhere on long rides as it does with some gloves. The hard ...

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Book review: How your motorcycle works by Peter Henshaw

Marc Abbott, 24 September 2012 15:19

How your motorcycle works by Peter Henshaw, £9.99 What’s good: My brain absorbs pointless detail. I could tell you the numberplate of the Renault 14 we had in the early 1980s (DRW 722T, if you’re interested), but would struggle to explain adequately to my daughter how the planets revolve around the sun. If, like me, after 15 years of riding ...

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