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Luggage review: Givi T470SM small tank bag

Michael Neeves, 14 September 2012 09:44

Givi T470SM small tank bag, £52.50 and T460B universal ‘Tank Fitting System’ (TFS), £17.33Miles covered/time: 2753/one week What’s good: I used this on an intense week-long riding trip to Italy and France. The universal TFS base straps easily around the frame rails and headstock of my Ducati Streetfighter 848 and the tank bag clips even easier to the base, for ...

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Ride great routes with iBiker phone app

Marc Abbott, 03 September 2012 17:15

iBiker is an application designed for iPhones, iPads, iPod touch and Android devices that helps you plot, save and share your favourite biking routes. As well as the ability to rate your routes and highlight points of interest along the way, the app also contains useful video run-throughs of how to tackle known accident blackspots, plus handy video tips featuring ...

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New bike instructor Autocom kits

Marc Abbott, 23 August 2012 12:48

A new kit from communication firm Autocom is aimed squarely at bike instructors. The Dual Power kit costs £299 and is said to be easy to install and effective up to 100mph. The company also says it will last for 24 hours on one charge and is available with optional integrated Bluetooth for connection with a mobile phone (this version ...

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RoadLok security explained

MCN, 21 August 2012 09:28

The RoadLok is a sophisticated way of making sure you always have a disc lock with you, as it's actually attached to your bike! Fixed to the brake calipers, the simple locking mechanism is available in a number of colours, fits a variety of bikes, costs £199.99 and could qualify you for a discount on your insurance.Check out this very ...

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Product review: Moto-trek Comet 350

Adam Child, 30 July 2012 12:30

Moto-trek Comet 350, £100 day hire (or £34,464 to buy)Miles covered/time: 450/four weeks, plus two weeks living. What’s good: It combines a luxurious motorhome with a spacious garage, rather than having either a motorhome and trailer or the more commonly used van and caravan like most racers. The front of the Comet accommodates up to four people on the move, ...

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How to grip Honda CLR125’s rounded-off bolt

MCN, 25 July 2012 16:04

Q. I have to replace the fork seals on my Honda CLR125, but someone’s been in there before me and the Allen socket on the end of the damper rod has rounded out so my Allen key just spins around.Charles Marsh, email A. Torx bits have plenty of sharp edges that can grip the inside of an Allen socket. Get ...

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Suit review: Alpinestars Stella Excursion Gore-Tex Jacket and Pants

Alison Silcox, 06 July 2012 16:02

Alpinestars Stella Excursion Gore-Tex Jacket and PantsMiles covered/time: 2000/three months What’s good: Riding through one of the wettest springs on record this kit has kept me dry and toasty. The jacket fits well, the Velcro adjusters at the waist keep it nipped in and the full zip makes sure there are no draughty gaps. The cuffs are wide enough to ...

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Product review: R&G Superbike Cover

Steve Farrell, 21 June 2012 16:28

R&G Superbike Cover, £43 Time used: One year What’s good: It has an elasticated hem to keep it on the bike, plus holes to thread a security chain through. There are air vents to let moisture escape and a foam insert to protect your tank. It’s waterproof (as you’d expect), heat resistant and affordably priced. What’s not: It’s small. R&G ...

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Product review: Raleri PC Fogstop visor insert

Mark Holmes, 11 May 2012 10:27

Raleri PC Fogstop visor insert, £34.99Miles covered/time: 1500 miles/three weeks What’s good: I was hoping this photochromic effort would prove to be a visor insert for all seasons – and it very nearly fulfils that brief. The photosensitive material reacts quickly in darkening to shade your eyes when exposed to sunlight and is perfectly clear for night riding. Its anti-fog ...

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Best textile trousers on a budget

MCN, 30 April 2012 13:05

Q. After 28 years off bikes I have decided to go back to riding. A lot has changed in this time and I need some advice. I am thinking of buying a pair of textile trousers with a limited budget of £75, but I’m not sure what to look for, as this type of clothing is new to me. Can ...

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