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Motorcycle gear review: Kriega US-20 tailpack

Chris Newbigging, 24 August 2010 16:22

Kriega US-20 tailpack, £59Miles covered/time: 18 months/2000 miles What’s good? This is one of those products that gives me joy to use when the need arises – the two straps wrap around the bottom of a pillion seat, clip the seat back in place and tighten the straps. It’s fantasically easy to fit – even on modern sports bikes with ...

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rating is 4.5

Motorcycle gear review: Gaffer tape

Samuel Pinney, 24 August 2010 16:16

Gaffer tape, £5.99 Miles covered/time: 5000/18 months What’s good? This tape has fixed a zip, repaired a pannier, protected a fairing, waterproofed a leaking glove, secured an indicator, sealed a hole, de-wonked a wonky visor, reinforced a bandage, covered a hole in a seat and temporarily plugged a leak so I could get home. Not all in the same day, ...

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rating is 4.5

Boot review: Tucano Urbano Chelsea

Steve Farrell, 10 August 2010 17:08

Tucano Urbano Chelsea boot, £87.90 Miles covered/time: 4000/two months What’s good? They’re just like normal boots except they’re made for motorcycling. It means I can ride to work (80 miles), walk around all day without being mistaken for a courier, and then ride home again, all without changing my footwear. Save £££s on motorcycle boots They’re comfortable, waterproof, thermal-lined, easy ...

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rating is 4

Glove review: Rukka Apollo

Simon Brown, 10 August 2010 16:52

Rukka Apollo gloves £159.99 Miles covered/time: 1000/two monthsWhat’s good? Gloves that can keep you comfortable as temperatures soar yet keep your hands dry when the heavens open have to be good. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves Rukka has pulled off this clever trick by bonding Gore-Tex to the leather, making the Apollos both waterproof and breathable. You don’t get the ...

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rating is 4

Tent review: Coleman Phad X3

Ped Baker, 06 August 2010 17:10

Coleman Phad X3 tent from £135 (amazon.co.uk)Time used: Five months What’s good? Small tents tend to either be expensive, over-technical and developed for mountain types or heavy, disposable and aimed at festival goers. Save cash on camping equipment The needs of motorcyclists don’t seem to figure that highly when it comes to tent design but the Phad X3 is probably ...

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rating is 4.5

Kit review: Arai Tour-X

Michael Neeves, 07 July 2010 11:40

Arai Tour-X, £354.99 (plain white)Miles covered/time: 1500/two months What's good? I've worn this when testing adventure bikes and supermotos and if you remove the visor you can wear it with goggles and use it off-road, too. It's very versatile and I think is cool-looking. I thought the wind would get under the peak and try and yank the helmet up ...

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rating is 4.5

Kit review: Knox Handroid gloves

Adam Child, 24 June 2010 11:50

Knox Handroid gloves, £159.99Miles covered/time: 1300/two months.What’s good? They have to be the trickest gloves on the market, everyone has commented on them favourably, and it’s not just for show. The fastening mechanism works really well, simply turn the dial to fasten the glove effectively and quickly. According to Knox they’ll never come undone, and taking them off is much ...

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rating is 4

Trouser review: Sartso ‘Dark Grey’ Killer Kevlar jeans

Phil West, 28 May 2010 14:59

Sartso ‘Dark Grey’ Killer Kevlar jeans, £124.95Miles covered/time: 400/one month What’s good? The simple fact that these are decent, every day usable jeans that I can wear both on and off bike with peace of mind. Save £££s on motorcycle trousers Why? ‘Cos on-bike I’m reasonably protected thanks to the extensive Kevlar panels in the upper section plus pockets for ...

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rating is 4

Product review: Babooni Twister

Mykel Nicolaou, 18 May 2010 14:23

Babooni Twister, £8Miles covered/time: 6000/eight months What’s good? This little quirky design is the ideal pouch for all types of bits and bobs. I use mine for spare change – it’s incredibly handy for tool booths and the like. Save cash on motorcycle products Due to its unique twist operation (it folds down flat) it fits snugly and comfortably in ...

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rating is 4.5

Helmet review: Shoei Hornet DS

Ian Jubb, 18 May 2010 13:54

Shoei Hornet DS, £370Miles covered/time: 4000/two months What’s good? Finally I’ve found a helmet that doesn’t leave me with a painful pressure sore on my forehead. Save £££s on motorcycle helmets Being in a motocross style it has buckets of space in front of my face which makes it less claustrophobic to wear. A clip-in draft excluder (included) works perfectly ...

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