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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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Product Review: Rukka Vauhti jacket

Tony Hoare, 04 November 2013 12:00

Rukka Vauhti jacket, £299.99 (leftover stock discounted from £649.99) Time tested: 9000 miles/two years What’s good? It’s warm, comfortable, waterproof, highly visible and looks distinctive. It’s also now exceptionally cheap for a product from a top-line company like Rukka. Those last two are almost certainly connected, as the stand-out looks didn’t find favour with many UK riders, explaining why the ...

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Product Review: Bull-it, Voloce jeans

Andy Davidson, 04 November 2013 12:00

Bull-it, Voloce jeans, £209.99 Time tested: 500miles/ 3 months What’s good? The Voloce jeans are a true innovation. They’re the world’s first jeans to come with the prestigious CE Level 2 certification putting them at a higher standard than most textiles and leathers (certification wise). The jeans lasted 7.42 seconds on an 18mph rolling road when tested by SATRA (leather ...

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Product Review: Weise Onyx Tourer Jacket/Jeans

Steve Hunt, 04 November 2013 12:00

Weise Onyx Tourer Jacket/Jeans (£229 jacket, £159.99 jeans)Time tested: 4000 miles/6 months What’s good? I chose this Onyx suit because of its understated looks and durability; for my touring this year it was important to me that I felt as comfortable as possible. Despite not coming supplied with hip armour, there is CE approved protection in all the other major ...

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Clothing Review: Held Rano Jacket and Tempest trousers

Simon Relph, 28 October 2013 17:00

Held Rano Jacket £69.99 and Tempest trousers £41.99Time tested: 18 months, 1000 miles What’s good? It’s that time of year again when you cannot completely trust the weather forecast. It might feel like a leathers day when you set out for a ride, but can soon turn into a waterproofs day. The Held Rano jacket and Tempest trousers are the ...

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Jacket Review: Harley Davidson #1 Vintage leather jacket

Ped Baker, 28 October 2013 16:30

Harley Davidson #1 Vintage leather jacket £404.72Time tested: 2000 miles/4 months What’s good? The #1 Vintage is a jacket that has quickly found it’s way into my top ten all-time favorite bits of riding kit alongside my Ruby lid and Belstaff Trialmaster. With subtle branding and faultless construction it’s ideal for summer cruising or wearing down the pub. From Harley’s ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Techstar motocross jersey and pants

Liam Marsden, 14 October 2013 12:30

Alpinestars Techstar motocross jersey, £44.99, and pants, £149.99Time tested: One year What’s good? The airmesh fabric with PU coating means they’re tough and breathable, while the insides of the lower legs are made from reinforced leather for heat resistance and gripping the bike. There are adjustable Velcro straps on either side with a good few inches of adjustability should my ...

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Jacket Review: Held Touring Suit

Simon Relph, 30 September 2013 12:00

Held Matera touring jacket, £699.99 & Fontino trousers, £499.99Time tested: 3000 miles/six months What’s good? Where do I start? It’s probably easiest to break it down into sections. No.1, comfort: I hate motorcycle equipment that restricts movement the moment you put it on, but from the first time I put this jacket and trousers on there was none of that ...


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