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Five back protectors on the MCN Shop

Marc Abbott, 29 July 2011 11:36

There are few things that make you feel as secure as a back protector, especially if you're riding on track (although many riders won't leave the house without one). Here are just five of the back protectors available on the MCN Shop, at www.mcnshop.com. Knox Kompakt, £39.99Knox claim this is their lightest and most comfortable back protector. It rolls up ...

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Biking rucksacks for less than £50

Marc Abbott, 22 July 2011 15:36

Lugging your stuff around on a tour, or even a trip to the shop, needn't require a top-of-the-range, £130 rucksack. Here's a selection of more affordable options available in our shop, at www.mcnshop.com. Oxford First Time Handy Sack, £14.99An ultra compact, portable fold-away polyester backpack with a top pullcord and toggle, a clipped top flap to keep the rain out. ...

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CruzTools tool roll for BMWs

Simon Relph, 22 June 2011 11:49

CruzTools tool roll for BMWs, £123.01 Time used: One month What’s good: CruzTools have carefully selected a set of tools specifically with BMW in mind, allowing you to do most roadside repairs. Because BMW use a lot of specialised fasteners, this kit allows you to undo just about all of them. Each tool has its own little pocket to slot ...

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Garmin Zumo 660 Sat Nav

Mykel Nicolaou, 09 May 2011 16:24

Garmin Zumo 660 Sat Nav, £385 Miles covered/time: 12,000/18 months What's good: I would be lost without my sat nav (literally) and the fact that I can use the Garmin Zumo 660 on both my bike and in my car is an added bonus – nobody really wants to shell out for two separate satnavs, do they? The 660 is ...

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MCN’s top 5 biking tools

Marc Abbott, 18 March 2011 11:11

At some point we’re all going to need to pick up a tool – even if it’s to perform the most simple job, like adjusting a drive chain or adjusting your controls to fit you more comfortably. Save £££s on motorcycle tools in the MCN Shop Here’s MCN’s pick of some of the best tools you can buy… Oxford 28-piece underseat toolkitMCN ...

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Product review: V2 Sponge

Simon Brown, 20 January 2011 17:00

V2 Sponge, £6.64 for two packsUsed for: Six months What’s good: My first experience of a V2 sponge was on an early morning ride in North Yorkshire. Mucky roads and low-angle sunshine were wrecking what should have been a fantastic ride and making me dog slow (well, even slower than usual…). Save £££s on motorcycle products My mate waited to ...

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Product review: Muc-Off Visor cleaner and microfibre cloth

Simon Brown, 07 December 2010 16:54

Muc-Off Visor cleaner and microfibre cloth, £9.99Time used: Four months What’s good? Autumn sees me riding into direct sunshine in the morning and back into low-angle sunshine in the evening – my fault for living to the west of the office – so a clean visor is a must. Save £££s on motorcycle products Muc-Off’s spray does a brilliant job ...

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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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Tool review: Clarke Professional Wire Lock Pliers

Chris Newbigging, 16 March 2010 14:31

Clarke Professional Wire Lock Pliers £18.79Miles covered/time: One year/many metres of wire What’s good? Racing rules dictate that oil drain plugs and filler caps need to be lock-wired for safety, and the neatest/most secure way to do it is to use pliers like these. Feed the wire through a hole in the part and whatever solid part you lock it ...

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