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Product Review: Bike HUD

Tony Hoare, 03 September 2014 09:30

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: MT Revenge Evo helmet

Tony Hoare, 28 January 2014 11:00

MT Revenge Evo helmet, £79.99 Time tested: 1200 miles/three months What’s good? If you don’t have oodles of cash to spend, this lid delivers reasonable comfort and spec for £80. And it scores a maximum five stars in the UK Government-funded SHARP impact tests. The test scheme has its critics, but I think it’s a valuable safety net to stop ...

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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: Furygan Phantom rucksack

Simon Patterson, 21 October 2013 13:30

Furygan Phantom rucksack, £99.95Time tested: Three months/600 miles What’s good? I chose this rucksack because of its generous laptop pocket. It’s got a deep, well-padded pouch that holds two laptops, with space left over. The main pocket isn’t huge, as the ‘narrow at the bottom’ shape of the bag makes it awkward to fit large stuff into it. However, it’ll ...

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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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Product Review: Bags Connection Baracuda 30 litre rucksack

Ped Baker, 14 October 2013 12:30

Bags Connection Baracuda 30 litre rucksack, £108.36Time tested: 400 miles/two months What’s good? Sublime build quality with thick, lined nylon, 100% waterproof (even the zipped external pocket) and supremely comfortable while riding. A large, padded internal laptop pocket and two mesh dividers (one zipped) keep small items separate. Subtle reflective panels and large looped zip pull are nice touches. It ...

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Helmet Review: Shoei GT Air Helmet

Alison Silcox, 07 October 2013 12:30

Shoei GT Air Helmet, £469.99Time tested: 1500 miles/Three months What’s good? The comfort was great at first, with a snug but comfortable fit for rides to and from work. It’s quiet with earplugs in place and the integral visor, something I’ve never had before switching to this helmet, has proved to be useful and the lever to drop the visor ...

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Product Review: Held Moto-Flash rucksack

Liam Marsden, 30 September 2013 12:30

Held Moto-Flash rucksack, £69.99Time tested: 2000 miles/two months What’s good? There’s loads of space – 30-40 litres – and the roll top means I’m not as limited as I would be with a zip closure. The padded back of the bag means it always feels comfortable on my back and nothing digs in while the straps have plenty of adjustment ...

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Product Review: MSR DragonFly liquid-fuel camping stove

Andy Davidson, 23 September 2013 14:30

MSR DragonFly liquid-fuel camping stove, £125 Time tested: Six years What’s good? I love this stove. I’ve been travelling and camping for as long as I can remember and have used a wide variety. But since I first laid hands on a DragonFly I haven’t used anything else. It can run on petrol, diesel, white gas, kerosene and jet fuel. ...

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