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Motorcycle gloves of the future?

James Capell, 22 July 2011 11:52

Check out these sci-fi motorcycle gloves that allow you to control a smart phone when it’s in your pocket.  The gloves make it possible to answer calls and listen to music while riding at the touch of your fingertips. The BEARTek glove comes in two parts, an inner one with the controls and a motorcycle or ski glove that it ...

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How often should I change oil on supercharged Hayabusa?

MCN, 20 July 2011 15:18

Q. I just splashed the cash with TTS on a Rotrex supercharger for my second generation Hayabusa and it’s gone on pretty well in about a day. Just a bit of a fiddle with the modified headers out of cylinders three and four. But with 300 horses and 160ftlb of torque on tap now I am not sure how often ...

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Biking sunglasses for less than £30

Marc Abbott, 08 July 2011 15:09

So the Great British summer is here, and between the torrential downpours we're all going to need a decent pair of sunnies. Here's just a small selection of what we have to offer at 3M glasses, £12.95Claimed to offer 100% UV protection, with flat arms and a scratch-resistant, anti-fog coating. Buy 3M glasses from the MCN shop here   Held 9156, £13.99Specially ...

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Sticky BMW K75RT throttle grip

MCN, 04 July 2011 11:06

Q. I currently own a 1992 BMW K75RT. It has just failed its MoT on one single point. The throttle grip does not return to tickover when released. I have taken the handlebar mechanism apart and it is all working freely. I have greased it with light grease. If I pull the inner cable out it goes back quite freely ...

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Exhaust review: Arrow exhaust for Moto Guzzi V7 Classic

John Westlake, 27 June 2011 14:31

Arrow exhaust for Moto Guzzi V7 Classic, £857Miles covered/time: 500/one month What’s good: They look a darn site better than the originals – the titanium finish is superb, the quality is top notch, and their simple styling matches the bike. What’s not: They’re so quiet. Having lived with Ducatis for the last few years I’ve become accustomed to the ear-bleeding ...

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Dan Aspel, 22 June 2011 12:12

HelmetLok, £12.45 Time used: Six months What’s good: HelmetLok is a carabiner designed to attach your helmet to your handlebars. Open it up, slip it through your D-ring, click it shut and twizzle the combination lock away from your pre-set code. Leave helmet secure in the knowledge that opportunistic thieves can’t grab your lid and run. It’s off-putting enough to ...

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Race boots for less than £80!

MCN, 17 June 2011 10:20

This week we've a cracking deal in our online shop – a pair of waterproof Tuzo race boots for just £79.99, with free postage and packing! They're made from leather, have a waterproof/breathable membrane, a reinforced gearchange pad, a velcro closure, and are available in sizes 6-12. To order yours, click here.

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FJ1200 fuel cut-off woes

MCN, 14 June 2011 16:18

Can you help me with a fuel reserve cut-off problem on my 1986 Yamaha FJ1200 please? The fuel tap solenoid appears to be faulty and it cuts off the fuel supply when there’s still lots of fuel in the tank, even though the fuel switch on the fairing is switched to reserve. I've checked my Haynes manual and established that ...

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Best tyres for a Triumph Daytona 675

MCN, 14 June 2011 15:50

I’ve just acquired a 2006 Daytona 675 fitted with old Dunlop Sportmax D208s which don't inspire confidence. I used Pirelli Diablo Corsas on a 2000 Blade, which worked well. Would you recommend the same for the 675 or are there better options? My riding is short quick weekend blasts and possibly a track day or two.Willshere, MCN forums The Daytona came ...

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Sandy Bike Spares stainless steel downpipes for 1999 Honda CBR600FX

Ped Baker, 14 June 2011 12:27

Sandy Bike Spares Stainless steel downpipes for 1999 Honda CBR600FX, £153.26 Miles covered/time: 200/one month What’s good: £150 for a set of four-into-one stainless exhaust downpipes is an absolute bargain, £100 cheaper than similar pipes from Motad. These UK-made pipes are well made from thick gauge tubing, bolt on as neatly and as easily as the original Honda pipes and even ...


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