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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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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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Tyre Review: Bridgestone T30 tyres

Andy Downes, 28 May 2013 09:26

Bridgestone T30 tyres, £200 approxTester: Andy DownesMiles/time: 2400 miles/two monthsWhat’s good: These slot into Bridgestone’s range as sports touring tyres for road riders who cover big mileage in all conditions; a role in which they excel. The T30s replace the BT023 and are a huge improvement. I’ve used them on my Ducati Multistrada 1200 and they gave huge confidence in ...

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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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Product review: R&G heated grips

Steve Farrell, 25 July 2012 14:37

R&G heated grips, £40 Time used: Four months What’s good: Bike manufacturers’ heated grips can cost £250. This pair is £40 and works perfectly well. The control box can be a weakness on aftermarket grips likes these. The box on the £80 Oxford Products pair these replaced was awkward to use and stopped working. But this one is easy to ...

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Luggage review: Bags Connection Ballistic Quick Lock Evo GS tank bag

Mark Holmes, 25 July 2012 13:36

Bags Connection Ballistic Quick Lock Evo GS tank bag, £198.20Miles covered/time: 3000/two months What’s good: This tankbag seems fairly robustly constructed. It also lives up to the ‘Quick Lock’ description in its product name, in that it is quick and easy to fix to the top of your bike’s fuel tank (in my case, the tank of a Kawasaki ZZR1400). ...

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Product review: Knox Venture Shirt

Marc Abbott, 25 June 2012 13:57

Knox Venture Shirt, £109.99Time used: Four weeks What’s good: This Lycra shirt contains CE-approved elbow and shoulder armour plus a hard protector. It’s excellent. I wear it beneath my Barbour International which for me lacks just one thing – protection. After a very big crash at the tail-end of last year, I decided it was time to take protection seriously ...

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