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New bike instructor Autocom kits

Marc Abbott, 23 August 2012 12:48

A new kit from communication firm Autocom is aimed squarely at bike instructors. The Dual Power kit costs £299 and is said to be easy to install and effective up to 100mph. The company also says it will last for 24 hours on one charge and is available with optional integrated Bluetooth for connection with a mobile phone (this version ...

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Powerbronze Triumph Explorer hugger

MCN, 27 July 2012 17:25

This new Powerbronze plastic hugger is designed for the Triumph Explorer and said to involve no modification to the swingarm. It’s also claimed to protect the shock from dirt and roads debris and keep the undertray clean. It’s available in black or carbon-look finishes, pre-drilled and supplied with all necessary fixings and full instructions. More info, and to buy: www.powerbronze.co.uk ...

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New helmet creates a buzz

Marc Abbott, 13 July 2012 13:28

The new Cromwell Mosquito open-face helmet is a real eye-catcher; perfect summer riding attire for the discerning city, scoot or classic bike pilot, we say. Beyond satisfying the relevant safety standards for the EU, it features a hand-finished leather exterior and a fully removable and washable, anti-allergenic lining. Closure is by way of precise, micrometric buckle, and the moulded polycarbonate ...

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Panniers with a personal touch

Marc Abbott, 13 July 2012 13:03

Sick of the homogenised, mass-produced world? Welding genius Roger Munsey has put his 27 years of experience to good use in setting up Ard Cases, his own bespoke hard luggage firm. All his luggage is hand-built from 2-2.5mm thick alloy plate, powder-coated and fully Tig-welded to do away with leaky, rattly rivets. There’s a rubber gasket seal, rubber feet, and ...

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Stop one-piece leathers from falling down!

Marc Abbott, 11 July 2012 10:55

The Paddock Belt is a simple way of ensuring your one-piece leathers don't end up around your backside whether you're walking around a bike meet, race meet or just have a drinks stop on a Sunday ride. Basically, it's a belt. Yep, a belt (simple as that) which is worn over the top of your leathers, giving the effect you'd ...

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Money off Powerbronze carbon huggers

Marc Abbott, 19 June 2012 13:07

For a limited time you can treat your bike to a Powerbronze carbon-fibre twill weave hugger for only £99 (normal price £145) and get FREE UK delivery. The huggers are available for a range of 40 different models and are also compatible with the Powerbronze range of carbon-fibre chainguards. For free UK delivery enter code HUGGER0612 at the checkout (excludes ...

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New Randy Mamola Arai revealed

Marc Abbott, 06 June 2012 11:23

A new Randy Mamola helmet design has been unveiled by Arai marketing boss Olaf van Schijndel at the Isle of Man TT this morning, just in advance of the Arai Parade Lap. This is the first time anyone has seen the new design, which will be available to UK customers later in 2012. For more info on Arai helmets, visit ...

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Poll: Would you wear an open face lid?

MCN, 30 May 2012 15:24

We're interested in your opinion about helmet safety. If the weather and the bike was right, would you contemplatewearing an open face lid?  Don't forget to add your comment below. pollcomment 

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New colours for TCX riding shoes

Marc Abbott, 14 May 2012 10:23

TCX has released a range of new colour options for its X-Street sneaker, which will be available in UK dealers from this month. Originally launched in a black waterproof version earlier this year, blue waterproof has now been added, along with new non-waterproof colours in navy, denim and white. Female colours are blue and grey with pink detail and a ...

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Garmin Montana Moto bundle

Marc Abbott, 09 May 2012 11:01

In the May 2 issue of MCN we featured a new Garmin Montana Moto bundle, quoting an incorrect price of £166. The actual cost of the product is £529.99. For more info, and to purchase one: www.garmin.com/uk.

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