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Kit review: Draggin’ Oilskins jeans

Dan Aspel, 29 December 2010 10:00

Draggin’ Oilskins jeans, £159.99Dan Aspel Miles covered/time: 700/one month   What’s good? Draggin’ market their products as being the most safety conscious jeans you can buy. Stitched and lined with Kevlar, they’re like your regular jeans only better. These have the added benefit of being water resistant.What’s not? It’s hard to see the point of the Oilskins. They’re neither warm nor ...

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Kit review: Hein Gericke Tripmaster TFL Cool

Simon Relph, 28 December 2010 08:00

Hein Gericke Tripmaster TFL Cool jacket £279.99 and trousers £229.99Simon RelphMiles covered/time: 1500/four months      Save £££ on jackets & trousers in the MCN Shop What’s good? The moment I put this two-piece suit on it felt good, not too much armour so you feel completely trussed up, but enough to make you feel safe, all CE-certified SaS-Tec protectors in all the ...

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Jacket review: Tucano Urbano Guscio Rain

Steve Farrell, 21 December 2010 15:56

Tucano Urbano Guscio Rain Jacket, £128.90Time used: Three months What’s good? It’s lightweight, waterproof and breathable, with mesh lining and lots of inner and outer pockets, including a handy one on the sleeve with a waterproof zip. But the best thing about it is that, like most Tucano Urbano kit, it’s stylish. Save cash on motorcycle jackets What’s not? I ...

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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: Original Buff

Dan Aspel, 01 December 2010 13:31

Original Buff, £10.95 Save money on neck warmers in the MCN Shop Miles covered/time: 15,000/two yearsWhat's good? It¹s hard to write about Buff without sounding like I¹m on their payrollŠ but here goes. They¹re brilliant. If you don¹t have one then buy one. They¹re unobtrusive, cheap, look cool, keep the wind and rain off, are perfectly breathable and you can ...

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Helmet review: Shark RSR2 Carbon

Adam Child, 26 November 2010 16:39

Shark RSR2 Carbon, £449.99Miles covered: 20,000+/two years What’s good? I’ve worn these every time I’ve been on track over the last few years. Sadly, I fear I may have written it off during my biggie at Cadwell a few weeks back. The visor and the side of the lid are scuffed, but I’m going to send it to Shark for ...

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Boot review: Spyke Totem waterproof boots

Andy Downes, 15 November 2010 17:47

Spyke Totem waterproof boots, £250Miles covered/time: 17,000/one year What’s good? So many waterproof boots fail on the second most important thing they are designed to be – waterproof. Thankfully these Spyke boots manage to be both boots and waterproof at the same time. The magnesium sliders make a great noise when dragged through a corner. They are warm and stay ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars Vega Drystar

Liam Marsden, 15 November 2010 16:43

Alpinestars Vega Drystar, £74.99 from www.mcnshop.comMiles covered/time: One month (borrowed from Dad)/600 miles What’s good? They’re a little big, but extremely comfy with a nice soft lining. I’ve hardly worn them in the dry, and they’ve kept every single drop of water out so far. Exactly what you’d expect from Alpinestars’ DryStar range. What’s not? Despite the Thinsulate insulation they don’t ...

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Trouser review: Tucano Urbano Panta Urbis textile trousers

Steve Farrell, 05 November 2010 15:22

Tucano Urbano Panta Urbis textile trousers, £91.90Time owned: Four months/6000 miles What’s good? They’re very easy to wear over other trousers because they have a zip and Velcro running from hip to ankle on both sides. Unlike some other textile trousers, the hip armour isn’t so thick that you look like you’re wearing a nappy. Save cash on motorcycle trousers ...

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Helmet review: Shark RSR2 carbon

Simon Relph, 10 September 2010 17:57

Shark RSR2 carbon, £449.99Miles covered/time: 2800/11 monthsWhat’s good? I tend to wear this on a daily basis as my commuter helmet, it’s very smart looking with its carbon/kevlar finish on the lower part. A very easy to change visor system, with probably the sturdiest visor I have ever come across, at 3mm thick, it is dual treated so it is ...

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