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New Givi satnav holder

Marc Abbott, 12 July 2010 16:41

Givi have just announced the launch of their new S950 satnav/phone holder. It can be mounted directly onto tubular bars, claims to allow quick fixture and extraction of the satnav, and also has a rain cover and exit for GPS cables if you're running it off your battery.     More info: 01327-706220 or www.givi.co.uk

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How to fit a back protector

Marc Abbott, 02 July 2010 14:07

Many of us end up with poorly fitted back protectors which can become intrusive when riding. Save £££s on back protectors Let's face it, they're not cheap, so it's worth spending a minute or two watching this video from Knox on how to adjust yours properly. See the video here

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Knox Biomech glove now available

Marc Abbott, 11 May 2010 13:36

Following the release of the exo-skeletal Knox Handroid earlier in the year, the British firm has announced the launch of the second glove in its new Hand Armour range – the Biomech.   Its key safety feature is the use of a an impact absorbing honeycomb gel in the knuckles, designed to absorb and spread impact forces away from the wearer’s ...

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New Arai Axces revealed

Marc Abbott, 05 May 2010 16:57

This is the first picture of the new Arai Axces helmet, an entry-level Arai available in black or white from this August. Save £££s on motorcycle helmets It has a Super Fibre Construction (SFC), a triple-density inner shell, venting at the top, rear, sides and chin. There's a washable interior and a free-flow system which is claimed to reduce draft ...

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New Weise Matrix textile suit

Marc Abbott, 21 April 2010 13:46

Weise’s new Matrix two-piece suit is a multi-use, all-weather affair that won’t break the bank. Save £££s on motorcycle clothing Both the jacket and trousers feature an extra strong outer shell and have CE-approved protectors at the shoulders, elbows and back of the jacket and at the hips and knees of the trousers too. The Matrix has claimed waterproof, windproof, ...

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New KBC 'Tarmac' will get you noticed

Marc Abbott, 20 April 2010 18:09

KBC have released this new Tarmac helmet for 2010, an all-new lid with a thermoplastic shell, chin and brow vents, plus a Pinlock-ready, quick-release visor. The lining is removable and washable, and more importantly it's available in these stand-out fluoro version (as well as plain black and other graphics). he Tarmac comes in sizes XXS-XXL and costs £69.99.

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HJC launches ‘made-to-measure’ helmet

Marc Abbott, 16 April 2010 14:13

HJC’s top-end touring helmet, the new FS-11, has cheek pads with built-in air pockets which can be inflated around the rider’s face for the perfect fit. The makers claims it’s very simply operated by two buttons in the chin-piece – one to inflate, one to deflate. Save cash on motorcycle helmets The FS-11 also features a removable anti-allergenic, anti-bacterial, anti-sweat ...

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New Mustang gloves from Alpinestars

Marc Abbott, 15 April 2010 13:50

These new Mustangs look ideal for summer riding in the city and open road. With more than a touch of classic styling about them, they’re made from goatskin with a suede-reinforced palm. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves There’s a plastic knuckle protector and foam padding on the top and side of glove, top of fingers and thumb. The fingers are ...

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New Haynes manual for Kawasaki ER-6f and ER-6n

Marc Abbott, 23 March 2010 14:14

This new manual covers the Kawasaki ER650 (ER-6n) from 2006 to 2010 and the EX650 (ER-6f) from 2006 onwards, both models with a 649cc engine. As with all Haynes manuals, it can help owners decide what work must be done, even if they choose to have it done by a dealer. Some people will use the manual to tackle the work ...

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Space-saving stand in action

Marc Abbott, 12 March 2010 11:46

The new Universal Bike Stand from the makers of the Biker Tidy shelving system is claimed to save you space by eradicating the need to use a sidestand. Watch the video here, and make your own mind up. This could be the way to squeeze just one more bike into your garage without her indoors realising! It costs £99 from ...

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