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Product Review: T-Cut scratch remover

Emma Franklin, 10 September 2014 17:00

T-Cut scratch remover £6.99 Time tested two scratches What’s good It does exactly what it says on the tube – removes light scratches. My Hayabusa picked up two mystery scratches not long into my tenure; one on the front mudguard and the other on the bulge in the fairing that covers the clutch. Having black paintwork meant that these pair ...

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Product Review: Kappa WA405F rollbag

Al Silcox, 10 September 2014 16:30

Kappa WA405F rollbag, £46.27 Time owned: One month/750 miles What's good? This 40-litre roll bag is cavernous. I used it for a long weekend away recently and my gear barely touched the sides. It's very practical with two included bungee straps that secure to the bag and then attach to the bike. Once anchored to the bike it’s surprisingly stable. ...

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Product Review: Bike HUD

Tony Hoare, 03 September 2014 16:30

Bike HUD, £397 (currently £297) Time tested: Two months/1500 miles What’s good? Despite the doubtful comments from most who’ve seen it, it works. This is a small screen that sits just in front of the rider’s cheek and makes it a matter of a small flicker of the eyes to collect information like road speed, gear position, time and outside ...

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Product Review: Dark Sky weather app

Simon Patterson, 03 September 2014 16:30

Dark Sky weather app, £2.99 Time tested: Four months What’s good? It’s a weather forecasting app that uses ultra-localised data to give you the exact forecast for the next hour, wherever you are, meaning you can ride away from impending rain, find a café or at the very least get my waterproofs on. The app uses weather radar info for ...

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Product Review: Oxford Track Pump with gauge

Michael Neeves, 28 August 2014 08:40

Oxford Track Pump with gauge, £29.99 Time used: Seven race meetings. What’s good? When my twin-cylinder Sealey foot pump broke on me after just a year (letting air out of the tyre when you connect it), I decided to give this upright track pump a go. It’s more expensive than a conventional foot pump, but it’s easier to use, you ...

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Product Review: Sealey twin-cylinder foot pump

Michael Neeves, 27 August 2014 16:48

Sealey twin-cylinder foot pump: £11.17 Time used: One racing season. What’s good? I’ve been using this for regularly for racing, as well as keeping my road bike, pushbike and car tyres inflated. The double cylinder gives more bang for your buck and the unit is pretty sturdy. Sometimes the metal frame on cheap footpumps like this can be too thin ...

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Product Review: Oxford First Time Mini Tankbag

Tony Hoare, 27 August 2014 16:46

Oxford First Time Mini Tankbag, £34.99 Time tested: One week/2300 miles What’s good? The convenience of having the essentials right where I need them makes a long riding trip so much easier, which is where tankbags score highly in my book. But the bulk can make them awkward when riding and, especially, when refuelling. This small Oxford bag is small ...

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Product Review: Shift-It Grime Buster helmet sponge

Andy Downes, 20 August 2014 10:00

Shift-It Grime Buster helmet sponge, £3.25 Time used: One year What’s good? For something so cheap the results are very pleasing from this sponge. Once wet, it slices through even the most stubborn of splattered flies to leave a clean visor without scratching it. All you need once this sponge has done the job is a clean cloth to give ...

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Product Review: Rizoma Proguard lever protectors

Michael Neeves, 20 August 2014 10:00

Rizoma Proguard lever protectors, £85 Time used: Two months What’s good? These are designed to protect front brake and clutch levers from being jammed on when bikes and riders collide in racing. On the brake side, they’re compulsory in national and world championship road racing, but they’re a good idea for club racing and trackdays as the risks are just ...

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Product Review: Kriega Tank harness

Tim Thompson, 13 August 2014 10:00

Kriega Tank harness, £19 Time tested: Four years What’s good? I have strapped this tankbag base to the petrol tanks of a KTM Super Duke (990 and 1290), a Triumph Speed Triple R, a BMW HP2 Sport, a Suzuki GSX-R750 and 600 and a Kawasaki ZX-6R. It is truly versatile. Fitting is good too; a 15-minute job at most. Velcro ...


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