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Jacket review: Bering Iridium

James Keen, 18 September 2009 14:16

Product: Bering Iridium jacket, £379  (now superseded by Bering Mask, £279.99)Miles covered/time: 7000/13 months What’s good? You can’t go wrong with an understated black leather jacket – it never goes out of style. This one from Bering is for summer use, but with the aid of a fleece I use it all year round. It has 2 useful inner pockets ...

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Autocom makes getting lost much more pleasurable!

James Keen, 19 August 2009 11:29

I hate to admit it, but we were lost. On the relatively short ride from Warwick back to the MCN office in Peterborough, me and MCN lead web producer Sam had missed a turn and ended up in the centre of Coventry. Normally this sort of situation is a nightmare, especially when there are a couple of you on bikes ...

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Helmet review: Arai Condor

James Keen, 27 July 2009 09:29

What’s good? It’s the plushest lid I’ve ever used. I’ve worn others since and compared to the Arai they feel heavy, poorly made and uncomfortable. This lid is actually second-hand – it used to belong to fellow MCN staffer Alison Silcox – but you wouldn’t guess. It could just be that I have an Arai-shaped head, but the fit is ...

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10 great Fathers Day gifts

James Keen, 16 June 2009 17:32

Fathers day - what a hassle. Not because you have to get the old man a present, it's figuring out what to buy and finding time to buy it that's the problem. That's why we've compiled this list of 10 great gift ideas for bikers.  Find Fathers day gifts in the MCN Shop All of this stuff is available in the ...

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Alpinestars SPS Gloves review

James Keen, 28 May 2009 13:45

Alpinestars SPS gloves £59.99 Time owned:15,000 miles/four yearsWhat’s good: I’ve always preferred motocross-style short mitts over race gloves. Even after a lot of miles these SPS gloves are still in good nick. There’s chunky Kevlar armour on the knuckles and extra leather bits on the fingers for protection. I use them for everything, but they’re ideal as summer gloves or ...

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Boot review: Dainese Quito

James Keen, 18 May 2009 11:18

Best thing about it: I love these boots. They feel safe but at the same time they’re as comfy as trainers on and off the bike – great for commuting and touring because you can easily wear them all day.  Compare and buy motorcycle boots Worst thing about it: Ok in a light shower, but not completely waterproof. Stars (out ...

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Helmet review: AGV K-series

James Keen, 01 May 2009 13:36

What’s good: Cheap for a big-brand lid and available in a cool choice of paint schemes. The K-series got 3 stars in the SHARP tests, has a removable washable lining and a seat-belt style strap. For buyers on a budget it’ll do the job in a no-frills kind of way, but if you’re used to Arai/Shoei levels of quality it ...

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Celebrating St. George's Day

James Keen, 23 April 2009 08:30

In honour of St. George's Day, we've rounded up some of the best biking gear out there for displaying your patriotism and paying tribute to everyone's favourite dragon-slayer. Compare and buy over 60,000 other products in the MCN Shop Celebrate St. George's Day with classic British motorcycles, respected British racers and, of course, cool stuff with the St. George's cross on ...

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Jacket review: Dainese Zentex

James Keen, 08 April 2009 15:34

Best thing about it: If you plan to ride on the continent during the peak of summer, leathers are unbearably hot, especially in town. This jacket has large mess panels on the chest and back which let the air flow in and around you, keeping you very cool on the move. It has armour in the shoulders and elbows, plus ...

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Jacket review: Arlen Ness LJ-3177

James Keen, 10 March 2009 16:10

Best thing about it: Its chunky leather and Kevlar panels saved my skin in an accident. The zipper on the left cuff was ground off and the arm sustained scuffs, but despite going down quite hard on my shoulder I escaped unscathed. With the removable quilted liner in (and a few layers underneath) I found it warm enough for riding ...


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