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Jacket Review: Alpinestars Avant leather jacket

Phil West, 02 September 2013 12:00

Alpinestars Avant leather jacket, £299.99Time tested: 400 miles/two months What’s good? Alpinestars’ summer leather jacket has bags of subtle style (coming in plain and classy brown, beige or black), plenty of features (pre-shaped sleeves, armour for elbows and shoulders and lots of stretch panels, pockets and adjustment tabs), 1.1mm leather where it counts and, I reckon, it's reasonable value, too, ...

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Rucksack Review: Oxford XS35

Liam Marsden, 29 July 2013 14:43

Oxford XS35, £89.95 Time tested: 1800 miles/Two month What’s good? The main compartment is seemingly bottomless and thanks to the rolltop you can stuff in plenty, so long as you can roll the top over once – it’s not as limiting as a zip. The first time I used it I managed to fit a video camera, microphone, wireless receiver, ...

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Suit Review: Rev’It Ignition jacket and Gear 2 trousers

Liam Marsden, 11 July 2013 16:08

Rev’It Ignition jacket £319.99, Rev’It Gear 2 trousers £259.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/One month What’s good? Rev’It call the Ignition a three-season jacket that works from spring to the beginning of winter. It achieves this by using a removable waterproof lining and a removable thermal lining, without them it’s simply a leather and mesh jacket with CE armour. It works ...

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Book Review: How to Build A Cafe Racer

Ped Baker, 01 July 2013 07:30

How to Build A Cafe Racer £20Time tested: one month What’s good? Whether you were around at the time of the original ton-up boys, or have been hypnotised by one of the many hundreds of achingly cool (some might say pretentious) blogs and websites, it seems we can’t get enough of cafe racers at the moment. So if you’ve got ...

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Video: How to take your helmet on and off without undoing the D-ring

MCN, 31 May 2013 12:41

Consumer Editor Tony Hoare lets us in on the little known secret of taking your helmet on and off without undoing the D-ring.

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Boot Review: Vitesse Hunt Boot

Steve Hunt, 07 May 2013 17:14

Vitesse Hunt Boot £150 Time tested: 4000 miles/7 Months What’s good? I needed a boot that would offer as much protection as possible whilst looking and feeling good when I’m off the bike walking through London and then sitting at a desk; I’m habitually lazy so didn’t fancy having to carry a second pair of shoes into work. The inner ...

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Helmet review: Arai TourX3

Richard Newland, 02 May 2013 15:54

Arai Tour-X3 (now the X4)Time tested: 7500/30 months What’s good: Made famous by the Ewan and Charley show – but don’t let that put you off – the Tour-X3 is a real cross-over helmet, treading the line with impressive neutrality between a full-on road lid, and a full-face motocross one. The lining is usefully removable and washable, and the large ...

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Boot review: RST Women’s Trinity

Kayleigh Nicolaou, 06 December 2012 16:20

RST Women’s Trinity Boots, £79.99
Miles covered/time: 2000 miles/two months 

 What’s good: I used these boots for a recent trip across Europe where I encountered all manner of conditions. Spending a full ten hour day on the bike with the heaven’s pouring down my feet stayed bone dry which was fantastic. They were also not too hot in the heat ...

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Product review: Garmin Zumo 220 satnav with Bluetooth headset

Steve Farrell, 23 November 2012 11:46

Garmin Zumo 220 satnav with Bluetooth headset, £399 Time owned: One year What’s good: Its industrial in its level of reliability and durability. Mine has bounced along the road (my own stupid fault). A plastic border around the screen came off and went back on. Otherwise it was unscathed. It's as tough as a rubber ball. It's waterproof and has ...

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Best sports-touring tyres for an R1100RT

MCN, 30 July 2012 14:37

Q. I am looking for sport touring tyres for a 1996 BMW R1100RT which has a rear size of 160/60 ZR 18. I’m rather taken by Metzeler Roadtec Z8 Interact that was recently tested.John Hagger, email A. There are still plenty of sports-touring tyres available in 160/60ZR18 rear size (with a 120/70ZR17 front on R1100RT). The tyres in our test a ...

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