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Glove review: Held Orkney

Ped Baker, 16 December 2010 10:54

Held Orkney winter gloves, £54.99Miles covered/time: 3000/six months What’s good? Once you have the sizing sussed (see below) the Orkneys are superbly comfortable, break in quickly and aren’t so bulky that can’t feel the levers. The visor wipe and reflective piping are nice touches and the glove is neatly stitched together. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves The cuff is very ...

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Kit Review: Harley-Davidson tail pack

Ped Baker, 01 December 2010 13:00

Harley-Davidson tail pack, £159.13 Save £££ on motorcycle luggage in the MCN Shop Miles covered/time: 3000 miles/six months What's good? This official Harley bag is specifically designed for the XR1200. The pleasingly sculptured shape fits neatly on to the pillion pad and secures with quick release straps looped around the shock mounts with a third strap passing under the tail ...

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Book review: Modern Motorcycle Technology

Ped Baker, 28 October 2010 14:04

Modern Motorcycle Technology, £17.99 What’s good? Ever wondered what a 3D map of a fuel injection system looks like? Or perhaps puzzled over how a gearbox works? Then this is the book for you. Despite being A5(ish) in size and a slim-line 238 pages, Modern Motorcycle Technology manages to clearly explain just about every part of a motorcycle, leaping from ...

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Motorcycle luggage review: 24 litre Ortlieb Rack Pack

Ped Baker, 06 October 2010 14:21

24-litre Ortlieb Rack Pack, £46.80 Miles covered/time: 2157/one week (Austria and back) What’s good? This might just be the perfect tail pack. At under £50 the Ortlieb Rack Pack is incredibly good value. The simple design and roll down closure ensure it stays 100% waterproof, while a single main compartment means there’s no chance of losing something in an utterly ...

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Book review: 100 years of Motorcycles

Ped Baker, 10 September 2010 18:01

100 years of Motorcycles, £14.99What’s good? 100 years of motorcycling documented in just 300 photos is atough task. It’s a task made even tougher when you’ve got the many thousandsof images in the Associated Press archive to sort through. Books like this only succeed if you’ve got the right mix of historical, quirky and funny images and for the first ...

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Tent review: Coleman Phad X3

Ped Baker, 06 August 2010 17:10

Coleman Phad X3 tent from £135 ( used: Five months What’s good? Small tents tend to either be expensive, over-technical and developed for mountain types or heavy, disposable and aimed at festival goers. Save cash on camping equipment The needs of motorcyclists don’t seem to figure that highly when it comes to tent design but the Phad X3 is probably ...

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Jacket review: BMW Phase Change jacket

Ped Baker, 06 August 2010 16:43

BMW Phase Change jacket £145 ( covered/time: 1000/three months What’s good? The Phase Change jacket is made from a material that contains paraffin microcapsules. Save £££s on motorcycle jackets It’s claimed that these capsules can capture excess heat and release it when needed, keeping your body temperature constant. The good news is that it works – to a point. Over ...

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Product review: Harley Davidson Legendary Performance eyewear

Ped Baker, 28 May 2010 14:31

Harley Davidson Legendary Performance eyewear, £46.39Miles covered/time: 500 miles/one month What’s good? Wrap around shades and a piss pot lid have become the official headwear of the Harley rider so when the big H-D put their shield on a pair of bins they need to be pretty good. Save cash on motorcycle products The Harley Legendary Performance sunglasses fit close ...

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Product review: Garmin Quest GPS

Ped Baker, 21 April 2010 10:22

Garmin Quest GPS, approx £50 on eBayMiles covered/time: 5000/three years What’s good? The Quest GPS is small, waterproof, intuitive to use and has a working battery life of over 24hours, it also comes with mapping software for most of Europe. Save £££s on motorcycle GPS systems A good battery life enables the unit to be used in the map pocket ...

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Luggage review: Held Scotty tank bag

Ped Baker, 01 April 2010 16:38

Held Scotty tank bag, £74.99Miles covered/time: 2400/two years What’s good? Designed for short sloping trail bike tanks, the Held Scotty is small (4-7 litres) but packs some genuinely useful rather than gimmicky features. Save £££s on motorcycle luggage The highlight has to be the mounting system. A large Velcro panel attaches under the seat and runs up onto the tank ...


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