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Product Review: Skidmarx hugger for Yamaha FJR 1300

Simon Relph, 09 May 2014 11:07

Skidmarx hugger for Yamaha FJR 1300, £84.95 Time tested: 2300 miles/three months What’s good? I rode a Yamaha FJR1300 in 2013, through all weathers, so the bike was used to getting a bit clarty considering all the rain we had last year. It was not until the last three months I decided to fit a Skidmarx rear hugger (better late ...

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Product Review: Kriega R30 Rucksack

Andy Downes, 07 May 2014 11:00

Kriega R30 Rucksack, £139 Time tested/miles: Four years/ 45,000 miles (approx.) What’s good? I love this rucksack. It’s a constant companion and has seen me through four years of use in all weathers, across many different countries as well as almost daily use and yet it still looks almost as fresh as it did when I first got it in ...

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Product Review: Europat Vizibleed brake and clutch bleeding kit

Tony Hoare, 07 May 2014 11:00

Europat Vizibleed brake and clutch bleeding kit, £5.99 Time tested: Six years What’s good? The fact this device turns a job that competent people regularly inform me is muppet-level easy into a job that is actually muppet-level easy (and I mean Miss Piggy easy, not one of the clever muppets like Kermit). This turns brake bleeding and fluid changes into ...

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Product Review: Oxford Aqua 30-litre roll bag

Emma Franklin, 30 April 2014 11:30

Oxford Aqua 30-litre roll bag £50 Time tested: Four foreign trips What’s good? Roll bags are the simplest form of soft luggage, and for me that’s important. I care little for compartments and don’t want the hassle of securing throw-over panniers. As someone who does 100% of my riding solo, this roll bag arrangement is perfect for me. It’s secured ...

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Product Review: EDZ Merino wool socks

Andy Davidson, 30 April 2014 11:00

EDZ Merino wool socks, £19.99 Time tested: 6000 miles/ 5 months What’s good? Cold feet on a long ride will have you wincing and curling your toes in no time. It’s always worth spending a few extra quid on a comfy pair of socks for winter and these EDZ socks fit the bill perfectly. They are made using merino wool, ...

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Product Review: Oxford Lithium Battery Hot Vest

Richard Newland, 23 April 2014 13:30

Oxford Lithium Battery Hot Vest, £149.99 Time tested: 3000 miles / 12 months What’s good? This is the only item of heated clothing I’ve ever owned, so my frame ofreference isn’t as strong as it could be, but I can categorically confirm that having a heated layer is a darn sight more toasty than not having a heated layer. I ...

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Product Review: Halfords three assorted finishing pads

Emma Franklin, 23 April 2014 13:30

Halfords three assorted finishing pads, £2.99 Time tested: Two years What’s good? A paint sprayer friend of mine first showed me the many uses of these pads. Strictly speaking they’re for preparing surfaces prior to painting, however I’ve found them extremely useful for cleaning metal surfaces on my bike. Teamed with a squirt of brake cleaner, I gently rub clean ...

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Product Review: Casey Stoner, Pushing the Limits

Michael Neeves, 23 April 2014 13:30

Casey Stoner, Pushing the Limits, £9.99 Time used: One week What’s good? From his domination of Aussie flat track to MotoGP, Casey Stoner’s autobiography is fascinating. His hero growing up was Mick Doohan and you get the feeling he’d rather GP bikes had remained 500cc two-strokes. He might have retired at just 27, but you quickly realise he’s done his ...

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Product Review: Abus Detecto 7000 RS2 disc lock

Andy Downes, 16 April 2014 14:30

Abus Detecto 7000 RS2 disc lock, £120 Time tested: Three years What’s good? As long as I have a little bit of room available in a bag, pannier, under the seat or in a topbox this disc lock goes with me as a visible and audible deterrent to scumbag thieves. It’s got great build quality, the key is small but ...

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Product Review: Facom J.161 3/8in ratchet

Tony Hoare, 16 April 2014 14:30

Facom J.161 3/8in ratchet, £37.37 Time tested: Four years What’s good? The smooth operation of this dinky 3/8in Facom ratchet is a delight, and the fact it has 72 teeth in the ratchet means it will work in more confined spaces. The extra teeth (the equivalent in my perfectly serviceable Halfords set only has 45 teeth) means it doesn’t need ...

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