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Cure for Honda CG125's juddering

MCN, 27 September 2011 10:37

When I’m slowing down on my Honda CG125 and I’m in third gear, then go down to second, when I slowly let out my clutch I get a fast juddering noise. It seems to do it more when cold. The chain tension is good and the bike has recently had new sprockets. Divetime, MCN forums CG125s should have their engine oil ...

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Neck warmers on the MCN Shop

Marc Abbott, 09 September 2011 17:14

The morning's are becoming ever-chillier, the evenings shorter. But that doesn't mean you should ride any less, just that you'll be needing some essentials barriers to the cold - like this selection of neck warmers that you can buy online right now at www.mcnshop.com. EDZ Extra Warm Yeti, £13.95Made from double-sided shaggy fleece, which is claimed to offer better heat ...

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Honda Hornet 600's surprise backfire

MCN, 08 September 2011 16:22

Yesterday, when I went to start up my 1998 Honda Hornet 600, I got a massive backfire. It’s never happened before and I’m wondering if it’s anything to worry about (damaging valves, etc)? The bike ran fine afterwards, in fact it felt smoother. But I don’t know if that’s because I have changed the oil or it’s just in my ...

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Oakley V46 Signature Holbrook sunglasses

Michael Neeves, 08 September 2011 09:47

Oakley V46 Signature Holbrook sunglasses, £105 Time used: Two months What’s good: Worn by the good Doctor Rossi, these shades won’t make you ride like him, give you access to his immense wealth, or look like him – although maybe that’s a good thing. They have a polished black frame, ‘warm grey’ lenses, yellow ‘O’ and VR46 logos and come ...

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Airforce Blaster Sidekick motorcycle dryer

Marc Abbott, 08 September 2011 09:21

Airforce Blaster Sidekick motorcycle dryer, £99 Time used: Nine months What’s good: The handheld super-blower actually does blast away every bead of water from your bike, using a 1.3bhp motor to deal with my Monster 1100 Evo very quickly indeed. This gets you to the polishing stage of a thorough bike clean much quicker than usual. Just as importantly, it ...

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Why are my bulbs blowing?

MCN, 30 August 2011 16:59

Q. I replaced a bulb for the speedo on my, but when I was on my way home from work late this evening I accelerated hard to overtake a car on the slip road and join the motorway, and shortly after my tail (and brake) light, indicators and whole dash went out! I travelled about 13 miles down the motorway ...

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Yamaha YBR125 clutch problem

MCN, 30 August 2011 16:46

Q. Just recently my YBR125 has started mucking around when it comes to shifting up from first to second. It will eventually go into gear, but only after several de-clutchings and an embarrassing 30 seconds on the road. All the other changes are OK, up and down the range. It feels like I haven’t pulled the clutch in, yet occasionally ...

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Product review: Muc-Off degreaser

Michael Neeves, 23 August 2011 17:46

Muc-Off degreaser, £5.99 for 500mlTime used: Two months What’s good: I’ve been keeping my GSX-R750 road bike and S1000RR racer clean with this Muc-Off degreaser, which is a clear, light aerosol spray. I mainly use it on the chain, rear sprocket and where it gets gooey around near the front sprocket and the top of the side-stand. It works really ...

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EDZ innershell windproof shirt

Mykel Nicolaou, 09 August 2011 15:31

EDZ innershell windproof shirt, £50 Miles covered/time: 17,000 miles/nine months What’s good: This EDZ innershell is genuinely windproof and packs up into an incredibly compact package when it’s not being used (meaning it takes up next to no room when you’re lugging it about). I don’t leave the house without it, it’s breathable enough to be worn in summer, too, and ...

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Why's my FZ1 rear brake useless?

MCN, 04 August 2011 11:10

Q. The rear brake on my Yamaha FZ1 is useless. I told my local Yamaha dealer when they had it for its 12,000-mile service and afterwards they said it was OK. They said the pads looked almost new (they would do as they don't do anything). On anything other than level ground I have to hold the bike and pull ...

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