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Glove Review: Rev-It Chevron

Liam Marsden, 08 August 2013 11:55

Rev-It Chevron, £69.99Time tested: Two months What’s good? Rev’It gloves, for me, are a little tight fitting at first. But a few long rides will soon see them soften and from then on they’re extremely comfy. These gloves are vented really well, with venting on the back of the hand, fingers and thumbs. It might sound like overkill but you’ll ...

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Rucksack Review: Oxford XS35

Liam Marsden, 29 July 2013 14:43

Oxford XS35, £89.95 Time tested: 1800 miles/Two month What’s good? The main compartment is seemingly bottomless and thanks to the rolltop you can stuff in plenty, so long as you can roll the top over once – it’s not as limiting as a zip. The first time I used it I managed to fit a video camera, microphone, wireless receiver, ...

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Suit Review: Rev’It Ignition jacket and Gear 2 trousers

Liam Marsden, 11 July 2013 16:08

Rev’It Ignition jacket £319.99, Rev’It Gear 2 trousers £259.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/One month What’s good? Rev’It call the Ignition a three-season jacket that works from spring to the beginning of winter. It achieves this by using a removable waterproof lining and a removable thermal lining, without them it’s simply a leather and mesh jacket with CE armour. It works ...

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Product Review: Knox 6 Pack rucksack

Liam Marsden, 03 June 2013 08:23

Knox 6 Pack rucksack, £44.99 Tester: Liam Marsden Time tested: 20,000 miles/three years What’s good? This has stood three years’ daily abuse and is still going strong. The main compartment is roomy and the two side pockets are ideal for wallets, phones, etc. The included laptop case and visor pouch are excellent features that set this bag apart. The straps ...

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Product review: Oakley Mayhem MX goggles

Liam Marsden, 05 October 2012 16:33

Oakley Mayhem MX goggles, £49.99Miles covered/time: 1000/eight months What's good? They’re very light and as such they’re really comfortable. Even though I wear glasses under the goggles, which has been awkward with other goggles, the Oakleys are light and flexible enough to slip over my glasses without trying to push them out of shape or into my temples. The interchangeable ...

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Glove review: Revit Tarmac

Liam Marsden, 05 October 2012 16:18

Revit Tarmac gloves, £134.99Miles covered/time: 3000/five months What's good? These have become my go-to pair of gloves; they took a couple of hundred miles to properly bed in, but since then they’ve been amazingly comfy. The leather is soft and supple and none of the armour digs in anywhere on long rides as it does with some gloves. The hard ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars Techstar off-road

Liam Marsden, 25 July 2012 14:07

Alpinestars Techstar off-road gloves, £29.99Time used: Five months What's good: They’re exceptionally thin, offering a level of feel you can only dream of when wearing road gloves. The venting works extremely well at keeping your hands cool when you’re hanging on for dear life as you career down yet another hill completely out of control. Since they’re so thin they’re ...

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Jacket review: Bering Shelby

Liam Marsden, 20 July 2012 16:14

Bering Shelby jacket, £327.99Time owned: Two months What's good? The Knox armour in the shoulders and elbows is very comfy and fits perfectly to my frame (lanky, slight). It’s one of the thickest leather jackets I’ve worn and as such can be worn more often than most, but it still manages to keep me relatively cool when it is hot ...

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Boot review: Alpinestars Tech 8 Light

Liam Marsden, 20 July 2012 16:09

Alpinestars Tech 8 Light off-road boots, £339.99Miles covered/time: 350/five months What's good? They’re built like tanks and can take a real battering. I’m pretty sure when we as humans have destroyed ourselves, there’ll be the plenty of these knocking about on earth with nothing but a few scratches. Despite their size and build they’re incredibly comfy, thanks to the soft ...

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Product review: SBK Generations

Liam Marsden, 09 July 2012 14:11

SBK Generations, £29.99Time played: One month What's good? The career mode is improved from last year. You now start in 2009 and have up until the end of the 2012 season to win the WSB title. So this means you start racing Crutchlow in WSS, before moving through the ranks if you’re good enough. In previous years you started in ...

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