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Parts Review: Kärcher K7 ‘Eco Beast’ Pressure Washer

Andy Downes, 19 July 2013 11:24

Kärcher K7 ‘Eco Beast’ Pressure Washer, £519.99 (deals from £400) Time used: Five months What’s good: I ride all winter so frequent cleaning is a must and I reckon this jetwasher has been the saviour of both my own 1998 Honda CBR600F and the long term test Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring which has seen almost daily use since before Christmas. ...

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Parts Review: Touratech Zega Pro topbox and mount

Andy Downes, 11 July 2013 16:05

Touratech Zega Pro topbox and mount, £534.31Time tested: Three months/4000 miles What’s good? The build quality, styling and practicality of this aluminium topbox is sensational. It stays on my long term Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring and is used for everyday commuting to work and when I need to ride to jobs for MCN. It’s simple to use, easy to ...

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Accessories Review: Air Blaster

Andy Downes, 01 July 2013 07:30

Air-Force Master Blaster, £199Time tested: 20 months What’s good: The ease with which this air-blower can shift water from a freshly washed bike makes it an important element of keeping a bike in top condition and corrosion free. I have used this blower for nearly two years on a variety of bikes in all seasons and it’s been incredibly useful ...

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Product Review: GB Racing engine protection for BMW S1000RR

Andy Downes, 10 June 2013 08:46

GB Racing engine protection for BMW S1000RR, £168 Tester: Andy Downes Time tested: 9500 miles/seven months What’s good? These are the same items as seen on racing bikes at British Superbike, the Isle of Man TT and club racing around the country and the quality is top notch. I’m not a fan of crash bungs, having seen what they can ...

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Accessory review: Visorcat wash & wipe

Andy Downes, 02 May 2013 16:48

Visorcat wash/wipe, £30 (£3.60 for subsequent 50ml fluid refills)Time tested: 550 miles/two weeks What’s good: This integrated sponge and squeegee with fluid reservoir works with a wipe-and-clean action and attaches to your left hand over a glove. I ride all year round so the idea of the Visorcat intrigued me as I have been more than happy with a damp ...

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Touratech kits out new water-cooled BMW R1200GS

Andy Downes, 20 February 2013 10:07

The new water-cooled 2013 BMW R12000GS isn’t even in dealers yet but that hasn’t stopped aftermarket off-road specialists Touratech from getting to work with a full list of goodies for the adventure bike. Touratech has been making mouth-watering bolt-ons for the GS and many other adventure bikes for years and the GS is about the best catered for of all. ...

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Product review: Airhawk 2 inflatable saddle

Andy Downes, 26 November 2012 11:21

Airhawk 2 inflatable saddle, £159Miles covered/time: 1200/three days What’s good: I used an Airhawk saddle for the first time earlier this year when I did a trip around the UK on a Triumph Explorer 1200 which saw me covering more than 1200 miles in three days. I knew it was a long trip and I had been warned the Triumph ...

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Luggage review: Givi B47 Blade topbox and rack

Andy Downes, 22 November 2012 11:26

Givi B47 Blade topbox and rack, £240 (approx.) Miles covered/time: 700/six months What’s good: My 1998 Honda CBR600F is my own bike and I need it to be practical so a topbox was pretty much essential. The new Givi B47 Blade is big enough for two full face lids, has remained completely waterproof in even the harshest of downpours and ...

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Product review: Zero Gravity Sport Touring screen

Andy Downes, 12 October 2012 14:41

Zero Gravity Sport Touring screen, £78Miles covered/time: 950/eight months What’s good: There are some screens I have fitted which have left me cursing, sweating and drilling holes to desperately try and line up the poorly made aftermarket part with carefully made original fairings. The Zero Gravity screen on my 1998 Honda CBR600F is the complete opposite. Not only did it ...

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Luggage review: BMW Motorrad tankbag

Andy Downes, 08 August 2012 14:15

BMW Motorrad tankbag, £127Miles covered/time: 3500/four months What’s good: Sports bikes, by their very track-honed, performance missile nature, aren’t practical. BMW knew this and went to great lengths to design luggage specific to the BMW S1000RR I am running as my long term test bike this year. The five-litre tankbag is an official BMW accessory and works brilliantly. It has ...

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