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Product Review: Motorcycle Roadcraft – The Police Rider’s Handbook

Richard Newland, 28 January 2014 11:00

Motorcycle Roadcraft – The Police Rider’s Handbook, £16.99 Time tested: Two months What’s good? This is the first new edition of ‘Roadcraft’ since 1996, and while it’s not exactly stimulating bed-time reading, it is genuinely fascinating, well done, and worth its weight in gold. Regardless of your age, experience or aspirations as a rider, this book will help you to ...

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Product Review: Clymer Honda CBR600F manual

Andy Downes, 14 January 2014 16:00

Clymer Honda CBR600F manual, £23.45 Time tested: Two years What’s good? I have seen many experienced and professional mechanics at work in my MCN working life. I am nothing like these people. For me to be able to work on my own 1998 Honda CBR600F I need something like the Clymer manual, which makes the average sorts of job easier ...

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Product Review: Gear Gremlin Hurricane lock and chain

Andy Calton, 14 January 2014 16:00

Gear Gremlin Hurricane lock and chain, £25.99 and Nimrod lock and chain £54.99 Time: Nine months What’s good? Both locks offer a good, visible deterrent. The Nimrod is a lot sturdier than the Hurricane. I used the Hurricane on the front of the bike and the Nimrod on the back. Both chains are long enough to get through the wheel ...

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Product Review: FastPack Tail Bag

Adam Child, 14 January 2014 16:00

FastPack Tail Bag, $69.99 (approx. £58.35 including import tax and shipping) Time tested: 8000 miles/ 8 months What’s good? Some of the best ideas are the simplest ones. This tail pack simply fits over the pillion seat, with two Velcro straps underneath to keep it secure - simple to fit as long as you have a removable pillion seat like ...

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Product Review: Oxford Products Stormex Bike Cover

Andy Calton, 07 January 2014 15:30

Oxford Products Stormex Bike Cover (medium), £69.99 Time tested: Nine months What’s good? The cover has a soft inner lining which is kind to the bike it’s protecting. It slides over the bike pretty easily, although it takes a couple of attempts before this becomes a two-minute job. The medium-sized cover easily fitted over the Honda CBR500R I rode this ...

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Product Review: Ammo Nitro Power bike cleaner

Tony Hoare, 07 January 2014 15:30

Ammo Nitro Power bike cleaner, £5.99 Time tested: One month, three cleans What’s good? It’s a spray-on, scrub and rinse off bike cleaner that leaves a satisfying sheen on a bike once it’s done, and doesn’t need any nasty streaks or residue once it’s been sluiced off. I used it in difficult conditions – just as the day’s light was ...

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Product Review: Halvarssons Shield L2 back protector

Steve Hunt, 07 January 2014 15:30

Halvarssons Shield L2 back protector, £119 Time tested:  Six months What’s good? I always make sure my daily riding gear has back protection built-in as I find it less bothersome than having to put on a separate one for each ride. However, I’m starting to get a bit more serious track time under my belt now and I welcome the ...

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Product Review: Forcefield Base Layer shirt and pants

Andy Downes, 07 January 2014 15:30

Forcefield Base Layer shirt and pants, £55 (shirt), £33 (pants) Time tested: Six months/5500 miles What’s good? The benefit of a decent baselayer is something that can barely be appreciated until you have tried it. I wore this base layer for a ride across Europe earlier this year which was 2500 miles in four days and it was brilliant at ...

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Product Review: Austin Vince, Mondo Sahara

Richard Newland, 30 December 2013 15:00

Austin Vince, Mondo Sahara, £18.50 Time tested: 1h 31min What’s good? From the moment the soundtrack kicks in – a mix of spaghetti western and Arctic Monkeys at their most whimsical – this filmic video diary of Austin Vince’s latest jaunt is pure entertainment. The somewhat gonzo style might give you flashbacks to the desert race in Hunter S Thompson’s ...

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Product Review: SDoc100 Chain Cleaner

Alison Silcox, 19 December 2013 10:44

SDoc100 Chain Cleaner, from £10 Time tested: one application What’s good? I recently gave my bike a ‘big clean’ in readiness for winter proofing and needed to give the chain a going over. I’ve used other SDoc products and have always been pleased with the results so thought I’d give the chain cleaner a try. Applying the cleaner to the ...

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