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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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Powerbronze Triumph Explorer hugger

MCN, 27 July 2012 17:25

This new Powerbronze plastic hugger is designed for the Triumph Explorer and said to involve no modification to the swingarm. It’s also claimed to protect the shock from dirt and roads debris and keep the undertray clean. It’s available in black or carbon-look finishes, pre-drilled and supplied with all necessary fixings and full instructions. More info, and to buy: www.powerbronze.co.uk ...

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Panniers with a personal touch

Marc Abbott, 13 July 2012 13:03

Sick of the homogenised, mass-produced world? Welding genius Roger Munsey has put his 27 years of experience to good use in setting up Ard Cases, his own bespoke hard luggage firm. All his luggage is hand-built from 2-2.5mm thick alloy plate, powder-coated and fully Tig-welded to do away with leaky, rattly rivets. There’s a rubber gasket seal, rubber feet, and ...

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Money off Powerbronze carbon huggers

Marc Abbott, 19 June 2012 13:07

For a limited time you can treat your bike to a Powerbronze carbon-fibre twill weave hugger for only £99 (normal price £145) and get FREE UK delivery. The huggers are available for a range of 40 different models and are also compatible with the Powerbronze range of carbon-fibre chainguards. For free UK delivery enter code HUGGER0612 at the checkout (excludes ...

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Garmin Montana Moto bundle

Marc Abbott, 09 May 2012 11:01

In the May 2 issue of MCN we featured a new Garmin Montana Moto bundle, quoting an incorrect price of £166. The actual cost of the product is £529.99. For more info, and to purchase one: www.garmin.com/uk.

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SBK Generations video game announced

Liam Marsden, 05 March 2012 15:27

SBK Generations, the latest video game in the World Superbike franchise published by Black Bean Games has been announced, along with a release date of May 2012 on Xbox, Playstation 3 and PC. Black Bean Games promise SBK Generations will be the 'ultimate motorbike racing experience, and largest motorbike game'. Looking at the first screenshots (right), not much appears to ...

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Charley Boorman's Extreme Frontiers out now on DVD

MCN, 30 January 2012 16:21

ADVERTISING PROMOTION He's ridden through Africa in the award winning series 'Long Way Down'. braved the wilds of the North on his 20,000 miles 'Long Way Round' adventure and now Charley Boorman, accompanied by producer/director Russ Malkin, is about to launch the DVD of his latest adventure - an exciting expedition that really gets under the skin of an entire ...

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Video: Nick Sanders' The Incredible Ride

Marc Abbott, 13 January 2012 09:34

This week's MCN has our review of Nick Sanders' new DVD – The Incredible Ride. For a taster of what you can expect from the intrepid explorer's latest adventure, here's the trailer… 

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Video: Scooters in the Sahara

Marc Abbott, 06 January 2012 10:01

4000 miles, seven countries, two continents, one month… An epic trek across one of the planet's most inhospitable lands on step-thrus sounds like entertainment of the highest order to us. The two-disc DVD set costs £15 from all Cotswold Outdoor shops, and will raise money for the Gambian Bansang Hospital Appeal. More info: www.scootersinthesahara.com

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