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Jacket Review: Acerbis LED Vision jacket

Adam Child, 23 September 2013 14:30

Acerbis LED Vision jacket, £59.95 Time tested: Four months/3000 miles What’s good? I can’t think of a better way of been seen in the dark of dull conditions than this jacket with embedded flashing LED lights, which has white lights on the front and red on the rear. Drivers really take notice. Other road users are more aware of your ...

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Jacket Review: Alpinestars TZ-1 Reload leather jacket

Richard Newland, 09 September 2013 12:00

Alpinestars TZ-1 Reload leather jacket, £299.99Time tested: 3000 miles / 24 months What’s good? It’s a subtle, stylish, top brand name perforated leather jacket that’s made from full-grain leather and has lightweight, CE elbow and shoulder armour. The fully vented panels mean it keeps me pleasantly cool on all but the hottest days, but you’ll be shivering on anything but ...

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Jacket Review: Alpinestars Avant leather jacket

Phil West, 02 September 2013 12:00

Alpinestars Avant leather jacket, £299.99Time tested: 400 miles/two months What’s good? Alpinestars’ summer leather jacket has bags of subtle style (coming in plain and classy brown, beige or black), plenty of features (pre-shaped sleeves, armour for elbows and shoulders and lots of stretch panels, pockets and adjustment tabs), 1.1mm leather where it counts and, I reckon, it's reasonable value, too, ...

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Jacket Review: Weise Psycho 2 jacket

Tony Hoare, 02 September 2013 11:30

Weise Psycho 2 jacket, £189.99Time tested: 1200 miles/three months What’s good? Textile jackets are good at repelling water and remaining cool in summer, while leather is always best for abrasion resistance. This jacket combines the two with its main construction being Cordura, and then extra panels of leather across the arms and shoulders. It’s waterproof, as proven in heavy rain ...

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Gloves Review: Rev’IT Monster Gloves

Andy Downes, 26 August 2013 11:30

Rev’IT Monster Gloves, £65 Time tested: 9000 miles/three years What’s good? These short goatskin gloves are just what I wanted for short runs around town and commuting to work on warm days. They have lasted really well so far. They were comfortable immediately and the ventilation and comfort are superb, offering loads of feel while riding. They are a cinch ...

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Clothing Review: Held Carese Jacket & Torno Trousers

Richard Newland, 26 August 2013 11:00

Held Carese Jacket (£529.99) & Torno Trousers (£399.99)Time tested: 9000 miles / 4 months What’s good? Great riding kit comes into its own when the elements are against you, and as motorcycles are my primary source of transport (legs excepted) all year round and in all weathers, the kit I wear is very important to me. This Carese jacket / ...

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Clothing Review: BMW TourShell suit

Ian Jubb, 19 August 2013 07:00

BMW TourShell suit, £425 (jacket) and £340 (trousers)Time tested: 5270 miles/four months What’s good? As with all BMW products, this suit oozes quality and even the labelling makes it feel special. Then wearing it adds further to the sense of occasion, because the fit is like that of a bespoke woolen suit and for my 6ft 6in frame the extra ...

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Clothing Review: Triumph Engineered denim/Kevlar jeans

Phil West, 08 August 2013 11:49

Triumph Engineered denim/Kevlar jeans, £159 Time tested: 500 miles/3 months What’s good? I've tried two or three types of 'riding jeans' before and these are my favourites so far. Fit (with plenty of leg length, important for riding) and quality of the denim, stitching etc is good; there are a number of nice touches (such as extra strong belt loops ...

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Jacket Review: Oxford Baltimore textile jacket

Simon Patterson, 19 July 2013 11:43

Oxford Baltimore textile jacket, £109.99 Time tested: 200 miles What’s good? This is my first ‘proper’ bike jacket so I’ve not got much to compare it to, but wearing it for my two-day CBT and then a short-lived rider assessment on which I crashed, it was comfortable and cool, especially once I’d removed the inner lining halfway through my CBT ...

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Jacket Review: Rev It Zodiac leather jacket

Andy Downes, 19 July 2013 11:30

RevIt Zodiac leather jacket, £217 Miles covered: 14,000/four years What’s good? I really enjoy using this jacket and it’s become my default short journey and ride to work on sunny days choice in combination with a pair of jeans. As long as the weather is dry you can use this jacket in reasonably cold conditions thanks to the removable thermal ...


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