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Product Review: Forcefield Elite chest protector

Tony Hoare, 11 June 2014 08:57

Forcefield Elite chest protector, £64.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/two months What’s good? The idea of chest protection a good one. Think about the organs that live in that area, then think about where your momentum takes you in many accidents, which is straight towards the bike and its pointy-out bits. Many of us have accepted the back protector as a ...

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Product Review: Cruz Econokit M2

Andy Downes, 04 June 2014 11:00

Cruz Econokit M2, £35 Time tested: One year What’s good? The quality of standard motorcycle tool kits ranges from barely adequate through to completely unfit for purpose (or missing, if you’re buying a used bike) so this is my default toolkit when I am venturing off anywhere further afield than my normal commute. The Cruz Econokit2 has 10mm and 12mm ...

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Product Review: Davida 'D4Vi9A Tactical' goggles

Steve Hunt, 04 June 2014 11:00

Davida 'D4Vi9A Tactical' goggles, £46 Time tested: Six months/500 miles What’s good? These big, sturdy goggles are very 'plasticky' but flexible and lightweight enough to feel comfortable without ever feeling flimsy. They arrive with interchangeable lenses (clear, smoke and yellow) and are a great, standard set of eye-protection for those times when only an open-face helmet will do.  They're smaller ...

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Product Review: sDoc100 Colour Refresher

Tony Hoare, 28 May 2014 10:30

sDoc100 Colour Refresher, £12.99 Time tested: Four months What’s good? When black plastics and metal parts have faded in the light, this spray gives them back some of their original lustre, like a posh and superior version of Back to Black. In recent weeks I’ve been working on a 1993 Yamaha XJ600 Diversion, 2009 Suzuki Gladius and 2011 Triumph Street ...

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Product Review: sDoc100 Colour Refresher

Tony Hoare, 28 May 2014 10:30

sDoc100 Colour Refresher, £12.99 Time tested: Four months What’s good? When black plastics and metal parts have faded in the light, this spray gives them back some of their original lustre, like a posh and superior version of Back to Black. In recent weeks I’ve been working on a 1993 Yamaha XJ600 Diversion, 2009 Suzuki Gladius and 2011 Triumph Street ...

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Product Review: Oxford Warm Dry top and bottom

Liam Marsden, 28 May 2014 10:30

Oxford Warm Dry top (£29.99) and bottoms (£29.99) Time tested: 3600 miles/three months What’s good? It’s sometimes difficult to tell whether base layers – especially ones designed to keep you warm – work, but these Oxford base layers definitely take the chill off. Their presence is especially felt on my legs. The foot loops on the bottom of the trousers ...

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Product Review: Shark Sharktooth Bluetooth headset

Simon Relph, 28 May 2014 10:00

Shark Sharktooth Bluetooth headset, £199.99 Time tested: 8300 miles/two years What’s good?  If you have a Shark helmet that’s compatible with Sharktooth (EvoLine Series 2 ST, Race-R, Race-R Pro, Vision-R, RSJ ST, Evoline Series 3) this communications system can be easily fitted into the helmet. Recesses for headphones and wiring are there already and once fitted in the helmet, it ...

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Product Review: Ultimate Hearing Soundear headphones

Simon Patterson, 28 May 2014 10:00

Ultimate Hearing Soundear headphones, £170 Time tested: 350 miles What’s good? Made from the same mould as my custom earplugs (without needing a new fitting session) these have been exceptionally nice to have for some of the motorway riding I’ve been doing recently. With the custom silicone shapes fitting right inside my ear, I can hear barely any background noise, ...

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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: 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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