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Product Review: Oxford Tyre Gauge Pro

Tony Hoare, 19 December 2013 10:25

Oxford Tyre Gauge Pro, £19.99 Tested for: Two years What’s good? Investing in a decent tyre pressure gauge has encouraged me to save money in two ways – firstly, it’s made sure I don’t lose the thing (better to invest £20 in one decent gauge than waste it on a succession of cheap, nasty ones). Secondly it’s encouraged me to ...

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Product Review: Oxford Tyre Gauge Pro

Tony Hoare, 18 December 2013 16:25

Oxford Tyre Gauge Pro, £19.99 Tested for: Two years What’s good? Investing in a decent tyre pressure gauge has encouraged me to save money in two ways – firstly, it’s made sure I don’t lose the thing (better to invest £20 in one decent gauge than waste it on a succession of cheap, nasty ones). Secondly it’s encouraged me to ...

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Product Review: Osram Night Breaker Unlimited bulbs

Simon Patterson, 18 December 2013 15:23

Osram Night Breaker Unlimited bulbs, £24.99 Time tested: 300 miles/2 weeks What’s good? With winter setting in, and me still not being too experienced as a rider, I was after some brighter bulbs to give me a little more confidence in the dark on my Yamaha YZF-R125. These haven’t disappointed; they’ve made a huge difference to my night riding. Osram ...

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Product Review: Telferizer sat-nav mount

Tony Hoare, 18 December 2013 15:13

Telferizer sat-nav mount Time tested: 2000 miles/ four months What’s good? The flexibility of being able to mount a sat-nav in seconds, and remove it again in just as short a time, means I can choose when I need help finding my destination. It’s a metal mount that in this instance slots into the hole that runs from my Triumph ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Roving Backpack

Tony Hoare, 02 December 2013 16:00

Alpinestars Roving Backpack, £74.99Time tested: 2000 miles/four months What’s good? It’s compact enough to cause no interference while riding, yet just about big enough for the essentials on the daily commute (a pair of shoes to wear in the office, lunch, a spare visor and a digital camera). It’s tough, has removable waist and shoulder straps for extra bracing and ...

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Product Review: Clarke Mechanic’s chair

Michael Neeves, 02 December 2013 16:00

Clarke Mechanic’s chair, £26.99Time used: 2013 racing season What’s good? This has got to be one of the best racing accessories I own – so much so that when I asked someone to pack it in a van for a foreign trackday, and they forgot, I sulked for four days. Unless you’re lucky enough to have an expensive ramp, this ...

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Product Review: ABBA Superbike Stand

Richard Newland, 02 December 2013 16:00

ABBA Superbike Stand, £91.95 (stand) + £18.50 (fitting kit)Time tested: Four years What’s good? The first time I saw an ABBA stand in use was a real surprise. Not only was the action of lifting the bike smooth, effortless and single-handed, but the bike felt 100% secure once in the air – not a sensation you normally associate with conventional ...

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Product Review: Oxford Boss Alarm disc lock

Simon Patterson, 02 December 2013 16:00

Oxford Boss Alarm disc lock, £74.99Time tested: Five months What’s good?  Bright, chunky and clearly marked as alarmed, this ticks all the boxes as a visible deterrent for thieves, and with its big 14mm shackle, it’s not going to be removed in a hurry without some pretty hardcore tools. It’s got a built-in alarm that’s easy to activate – just ...

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Product Review: The Triumph Bonneville Bible

Phil West, 02 December 2013 16:00

The Triumph Bonneville Bible, £35 Time tested: Three months What's good? The world probably doesn’t need A N Other book on Triumph Bonnevilles, but this fell on my desk at the right time (I was researching MCN’s ‘Bonneville Special’ the other month) and is written by MCN contributor Peter Henshaw, who usually knows his stuff. An idle flick through showed ...

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Product Review: Givi V47 top box

Simon Relph, 18 November 2013 16:30

Givi V47 top box, £225 and adaptor plate £115.14Miles covered/time: 3500 miles/6 months What’s good? Top boxes never make a bike look really cool, but they are so bloody practical. They save running around with panniers on all the time, especially if you do a fair amount of filtering on regular journeys. The Givi V47 has a very quick and ...

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