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Product Review: Held Uncover suit

Andy Davidson, 14 January 2014 16:00

Held Uncover suit, jacket £279.99, trousers £229.99 Time tested: Nine months/ 19,000 miles What’s good? This is a winter suit through and through, which locks in the heat and the thermal liners do a great job. The outer shell is made of tough stuff, surviving more than a few scrapes with ease and holds off the rain for longer than ...

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Product Review: Exo2 heated jacket

Michael Guy, 14 January 2014 16:00

Exo2 heated jacket, £259.99 Time tested: 3400 miles/three months What’s good? The arrival of the Exo2 heated jacket has been a genuine game changer for me this winter. Despite having ridden through December, January and February for the last 20 years, up until now I was a heated clothing virgin. I‘d piled on the layers and dealt with being cold ...

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Product Review: Ixon Gallium Pro winter jacket

Tim Thompson, 07 January 2014 15:30

Ixon Gallium Pro winter jacket, £279.99 (discontinued, still available online for £149.99) Time tested: 16 months What’s good? The adaptable and flexible Gallium Pro is a jacket for winter but I got mine specifically for wearing over my leathers all-year round. And for this very specialist job, I’m yet to find better. Elasticated stretch panels behind the arms and elbows ...

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Product Review: BMW Streetguard 3 two-piece suit

Andy Downes, 30 December 2013 15:30

BMW Streetguard 3 two-piece suit, £1060Miles covered/time: 15,500/two-years What’s good? This BMW Streetguard suit is a two-piece suit that replaced my old Hein Gericke suit, and it took some getting used to. The warmth, waterproofing, armour, practicality and sheer quality are amazing. I wore this suit for a 2500-mile trip over four days across Europe and it was near faultless ...

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Product Review: Spada RPM textile jacket

Simon Patterson, 18 December 2013 15:16

Spada RPM textile jacket, £99.95Time tested: 200 miles What’s good? For a budget jacket, this does everything I need it to. It’s warm, dry and reasonably comfortable – but it comes with some of the niggles you’d expect from a sub-£100 jacket, too. Loads of pockets, which are lined with thick plastic, mean it’s easy to stow your stuff while ...

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Product Review: Arc-on Evo 2 one-piece race suit

Tim Thompson, 18 December 2013 15:08

Arc-on Evo 2 one-piece race suit £749 (£849 custom fitted) Time tested Six months What’s good? Arc-on are small, London-based specialists offering both off-the-peg and custom-fitted leathers. The tailoring service adds £100 to the price of a top-of-the-range Evo 2 one-piece suit but delivers a fit that makes it feel indisputably yours from day one. My Evo 2 strikes an ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket

Michael Neeves, 09 December 2013 17:00

Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket: £169.99Time tested: Six months/4000-miles. What’s good? I’ve been wearing this textile jacket for the summer season, including a 3000-mile riding holiday down to Portugal on my Hyperstrada. It’s light, comfortable and the mesh construction keeps you cool in the very hot weather, but thanks to a removable, windproof inner-lining it keeps you warm in chilly ...

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Product Review: Revit Ventura jacket and trousers

Alison Silcox, 09 December 2013 17:00

Revit Ventura jacket and trousers, £289.99 & £199.99 Time tested: 2020 miles/ 3 months What’s good? This light coloured textile kit is a real change to the normal, drab and dark kit I wear, with some little bits of blue detailing it’s really stylish. With our ever changing weather it’s proved to be waterproof and with the double zip on ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Racing Rain two-piece oversuit

Michael Neeves, 18 November 2013 16:30

Alpinestars Racing Rain two-piece oversuit, £129.99Time used: Two racing seasons What’s good? Designed to be worn over the top of race leathers, I’ve been using this two-piece rain suit for racing the last couple of years. It’s obviously good to keep dry when you’re racing – you’re warmer and more comfortable, which means you can concentrate more on what you’re ...

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Jacket Review: Furygan Titan Jacket

Andy Calton, 11 November 2013 14:30

Furygan Titan Jacket Price: £269.99 Time tested: 4000 miles/nine months What’s good? The jacket looks good and feels comfortable. It comes with CE-approved body armour as standard although I have fitted upgraded pads in the shoulders and elbows. It was easy to do as the pockets are easily accessed via Velcro strips. The pockets are good and there’s a waterproof ...


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