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Product Reivew: Halfords Professional 9-piece Allen Key set

Richard Newland, 12 November 2014 17:00

Halfords Professional 9-piece Allen Key set, £19.99 Time tested: Four years What’s good? There’s plenty of snobbery in the tool world, and I’m pretty guilty of it myself, but Halfords’ Professional range deserves consideration. Not only does it all come with a lifetime guarantee, but it’s actually worth using. This snap-together Allen key set is an invaluable ingredient in my ...

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Product Review: Rev’It Seesoft back protector

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Rev’It Seesoft back protector, £29.99 Time tested: 13000 miles/one year This is an optional accessory for my Rev’IT suit, which has been in from the very beginning and I’ve never once noticed it was there. It’s soft, comfy and doesn’t make my back sweat like some other back protectors do. If you’re not one for faffing with a separate back ...

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Product Review: Givi WP401 80 litre roll bag

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Givi WP401 80 litre roll bag, £83.46 Time tested: 3500 miles/one monthI’ve no idea how I’d ever fill this bag, because it’s so big it’ll create its own weather system if you keep it shut for too long. It’ll probably hold whatever you want to take and keep it all completely dry, too. It can be fitted lengthways or widthways ...

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Product Review: Oxford X.9 leg bag

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Oxford X.9 leg bag, £19.99 Time tested: 3000 miles/two weeks I’m not sure why people think they need one of these. Most motorcycle jackets and trousers come with pockets, don’t they? I found I couldn’t fit much in – my wallet, passport and phone took up the bulk of the room. It came in handy off the bike though as ...

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Product Review: Givi Xstream rucksack

Simon Brown, 29 October 2014 12:30

Givi Xstream rucksack, £108.99 Tested for: Two months/1000 miles What’s good? Versatile and well thought out, the Givi easily lugs everything I need for a day out or a day in the office. There’s a padded slot to carry a 15in screen laptop (or more likely these days, a tablet), pockets to keep things organised in the main compartment, a ...

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Product Review: Ermax nose screen for Honda CB650F

Al Silcox, 29 October 2014 12:30

Ermax nose screen for Honda CB650F, £75.90 Time tested: One month/1500 miles What's good? After fitting this to my Honda CB650F long-term test bike it’s provided massive relief on long stretches on the motorway, where the Ermax screen deflects wind up and over my head so there’s no more neck wobble. I recently undertook a near 1000-mile trip over four ...

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Product Review: Brembo Serie Oro brake discs and pads

Andy Downes, 22 October 2014 11:30

Brembo Serie Oro brake discs and pads, £395 Time used: Two months/1200 miles What’s good? I needed new brake discs and pads on my recently purchased 1989 BMW K1 as the originals were shot to bits. Brembo made the original kit and offer the Serie Oro as an upgrade over standard, which also brings the advantage of accommodating the K1’s ...

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Product Review: Knox Dry Inside base layer

Tony Hoare, 15 October 2014 12:00

Knox Dry Inside base layer, £39.99 Time used: Three years/3500 miles What’s good? It’s a base layer that works under leathers or textiles to stop the build-up of perspiration next to your skin. There’s nothing unusual about its ability to do that, and base layers are getting cheaper all the time, but this one is made from a mixture of ...

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Product Review: Mitutyo ABSOLUTE AOS Digimatic Caliper 0-150mm

Ped Baker, 15 October 2014 12:00

Mitutyo ABSOLUTE AOS Digimatic Caliper 0-150mm, £118.80 Time tested: Five years What’s good? Whether you’re buying secondhand parts off Ebay or building a custom bike from the ground up, calipers are a must. Being able to accurately determine the dimensions of a part means you’re much less likely to buy an incorrect replacement and when it comes to fabricating there’s ...

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Product Review: Kriega R15 Rucksack

Andy Davidson, 08 October 2014 11:30

Kriega R15 Rucksack, £79 Time tested: 20 months/ 26,000 miles What’s good? The R15 has been my rucksack of choice for the last 20 months. I use it for my 500-mile a week commute, when I travel abroad and for off-roading. It’s my do-it-all backpack. It’s small, light, compact and extremely tough. After all those miles there is no fraying ...

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