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Dainese Gore-Tex gloves and neck warmers for £1!

Marc Abbott, 03 September 2010 11:07

Dainese's latest promotion aims to keep you warm and dry this autumnn. Save cash on motorcycle products From September 20 to November 20, anyone buying a Gore-Tex jacket or trousers from any Dainese D-store or participating Dainese and AGV dealer will get a pair of Dainese gloves from the Gore-Tex range for just £1. If you buy any Dainese helmet ...

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Save £50 on a new Meta alarm

Marc Abbott, 22 July 2010 18:49

Meta are giving MCN readers the chance to save £50 on the top-of-the-range, insurance approved META M357TV2 alarm/immobiliser at just £249 installed. And if your bike already has an immobilser you can still save £50 by upgrading to a fullThatcham Category MC1 specification alarm for just £199 installed. Both systems are claimed fully waterproof and come with a three-year warranty. ...

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Battery charging made simple

Marc Abbott, 25 June 2010 11:00

This step-by-step guide from Oxford Products shows the features of their new Oximiser 900 battery charger. Save £££s on motorcycle products Seems to us that it's so easy to use, even a child could operate it (although we don't recommend you let your little ones near battery terminals and mains electricity, obviously). And the beauty of this video is that ...

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New Vespa sunglasses

Marc Abbott, 02 June 2010 14:23

Keep cool on your scoot (or at a barbecue) this summer with some new Vespa sunnies.  Two new models have been added to the men's Vintage Aluminium collection, in brown and green. They’re made from aluminium frames, polycarbonate lenses and claimed to offer 100% UV protection. They cost £66.39. The new Classic Style Steel models, made from a steel, manganese ...

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New Bagster Spring saddle bag

Marc Abbott, 25 May 2010 11:11

Bagster’s new Sprint saddlebags are designed for use with sport bikes, nakeds or bikes with high exhausts. Save cash on motorcycle luggage The elastic straps inside are designed to keep everything in place, and there’s a removable rain cover, too. The bags come in red or blue, and cost £98. More info: 01745 823333 or www.bagster.com

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New screen and luggage for Vespa GTS

Marc Abbott, 27 April 2010 13:59

Vespa has just released details of a new, extra tall windscreen and 42-litre topbox for its GTS 300 Super scooter.  Save cash on motorcycle products The vinyl screen is 4mm thick, features chrome fasteners and is finished with a chrome Vespa logo. The firm claim it’s quick and easy to fit, and comes with all the fittings included. It costs ...

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Product review: Oxford Monster lock/chain

Simon Brown, 08 April 2010 12:01

Oxford Monster lock/chain, £85.54 on MCN ShopTime owned: Eight years What’s good? I’ve had this lock for the best part of a decade and it’s deterred thieves on at least two occasions. Save cash on chains and locks First time, teenagers booted down my back gate in the middle of the night, ripped the cover off my bike and left ...

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Product review: Optiglanz stainless steel cleaner

James Keen, 24 March 2010 14:54

Optiglanz stainless steel cleaner, £11.99Miles covered/time: Used once a year to repair winter damage What’s good? I asked the guy at my local Hein Gericke if they had anything to clean downpipes and he recommended this stuff from Optiglanz. Save cash on motorcycle products All you do is give the pipes a good scrub to remove loose dirt, spray it ...

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Am I adjusting my chain too often?

MCN, 23 March 2010 16:50

jon66: At the end of January I replaced my chain and put new sprockets on at the same time. I've done around 1200 miles since then, but I'm finding that the chain needs adjustment about every second day, and the adjustment marks are now half way down the scale! Surely this is not normal, anyone got any suggestions? It's a ...

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Make your BMW S1000RR’s lights symmetrical

Chris Newbigging, 22 March 2010 17:21

A German parts shop is selling a sticker to give BMW’s S1000RR’s headlights a symmetrical look. Save £££s on motorcycle products The cheeky modification uses the standard fairing, but by surrounding the smaller of the two lights with a black surround shaped like the larger light, the S1000RR has a more conventional symmetrical look to the casual observer. The K46 ...

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