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Product review: Motovudu2

Michael Neeves, 25 February 2014 11:00

Motovudu 2, Dark art of Performance, £19.99Tester: Michael NeevesTime used: All 93 pages in two sittingsWhat’s good? Ex-500cc GP and WSB star Simon Crafar’s first book dealt with all the riding tips you need to go fast around a track, from the perspective of a man who’s won at the very highest level. Reading the first Motovudu, and getting tuition ...

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Product review: Oxford Hot Hands

Alison Silcox, 25 February 2014 11:00

Oxford Hot Hands £64.99Tester: Alison SilcoxTime tested: 250 miles/ 1 monthWhat’s good? As I didn’t want a permanent fixture on the bike the Hot Hand overgrips seemed an ideal solution, as they are easy to fit and remove, by attaching wires to the bike’s battery then routing the cables, attaching an on/off switch to the handlebar and velcroing the covers ...

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Product Review: Bagster Metro rucksack

Phil West, 18 February 2014 11:30

Bagster Metro rucksack, £84.99 Miles covered/time: 500miles/4months What's good? I’m notoriously difficult to please when it comes to rucksacks. Wrong shape, wrong size, zips in the wrong place, those funny zippers that are horrible to operate, ‘harness-style’ strap systems which I personally dislike for restricting access to jacket pockets, not the right kind of pockets… all of these are reasons ...

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Product Review: Osram Spylux Battery Powered LED Floodlight

Anonymous, 18 February 2014 11:30

Osram Spylux Battery Powered LED Floodlight, £9.99 Time tested: Three months What’s good? The light-sensitive, motion-activated switch inside this wall-mounted LED light means I can walk into my powerless garage and see where I am going without having to fumble for a light that I know is ‘in here somewhere’. The ‘floodlight’ term in Osram’s title is a bit of ...

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Product Review: Stan Stephens: The Mechanic Who Got Lucky

Michael Neeves, 18 February 2014 11:30

Stan Stephens: The Mechanic Who Got Lucky, £19 Time used: 338 pages in three sittings What’s good? Growing up riding and racing in the late 80s, Stan Stephens was the man who tuned the fastest engines and was as much a racing hero to me as Schwantz and Rainey. Based in various locations in and around Brands Hatch over the ...

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Product Review: Louis Neon Rucksack

Alison Silcox, 18 February 2014 11:30

Louis Neon Rucksack, £39.95 Time tested: 500 miles/4 months What’s good: OK so a neon yellow rucksack isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but as I’ve always been more of a substance-over-style kind of girl I was more than happy to put this to the test. The larger sections are plenty big enough to carry my gym kit, lunch and other ...

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Product Review: The Art of BMW – 90 Years of Motorcycle Excellence

Phil West, 11 February 2014 11:30

The Art of BMW – 90 Years of Motorcycle Excellence, £25 Time tested: Two monthsWhat's good? The 200-odd, large format, glossy pages of decent studio quality photography of BMW’s historic models over the last nine decades, that’s what – and in this 90th anniversary year of the great German marque, what’s not to like about that? Pretty much all landmark ...

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Product Review: Oxford Maximiser 3800

Richard Newland, 11 February 2014 11:30

Oxford Maximiser 3800, £64.99 Time tested: Three years What’s good? If you, like me, have more than one bike in your garage, then keeping on top of battery maintenance can be a sporadic and fraught affair. It can also be rather expensive when the realisation dawns that you’ve let one die through neglect. This is where the Maximiser 3800 comes ...

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Product Review: SubZero Factor 2 thermal mid layers

Andy Davidson, 11 February 2014 11:30

SubZero Factor 2 thermal mid layers, top £64.99, trousers £54.99 Time tested: 18,000 miles/ 9 months What’s good? The Factor 2 thermal mid-layer can be worn on top of SubZero’s skintight base layer or as the initial layer. It’s a snug, tight fit so you won’t be able to get a t-shirt underneath. It is also thicker than the average ...

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Product Review: TomTom Rider

Simon Relph, 11 February 2014 11:00

TomTom Rider: £349.99 Time tested: 6500 miles/9 months What’s good? It’s pretty simple to fit so within 30 minutes I was sitting on my bike, TomTom Rider mounted neatly on the handlebars, powered from the bike’s 12v supply and connected via Bluetooth to my helmet intercom (paired up in a matter of minutes.) I was ready to go! Well . ...

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