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Beowulf exhausts

Adam Walker, 21 May 2012 12:42

I had a Suzuki SV650 with a stubby Beowulf stainless steel exhaust which sounded great. So when I got my Aprilia Tuono 1000 I wasted no time in giving the people at Beowulf a call. They were very helpful in telling me to avoid the carbon cans (as the Aprilia would blow them up) and stick to the steel ones. I ordered ...

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Schuberth S2 review

Glasdrum, 01 May 2012 15:46

Having ridden only 100 miles so far here are my initial thoughts on my new Schuberth S2 Size/FitNormally I'm a small when it comes to helmets. I tried on both the small and medium sizes (same size outer shell on both) and found the medium to be more comfortable. The padding (which is fully washable and removable) does appear to ...

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Proper helmet fitment

MotoMan2, 04 January 2012 23:02

Although ordering a helmet isn’t a true science, making sure it fits properly is very important. To make sure you are wearing the right helmet for your head, follow these steps to protect you on the road. First, measure your head. Wrap a tape measure horizontally around your head about one inch above your eyebrows. Find a string to wrap ...

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EXO Heated gloves

Anonymous, 24 February 2011 15:46

What’s good: They are warm surprisingly and don't take too long to heat up. They don't take long to set up either, it's just a simple cable from your battery to a cable that I normally put under my jacket. What’s Not: After a few weeks they stopped working and haven't since! They are also no good in really cold ...

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Keeping rain off your visor

andybiker, 26 May 2009 12:05

Regarding keeping rain off your visor, the best way is to use a V-Wipe. No, not the sponge in a bag that helps you keep it clean but a rubber sheath complete with windscreen wiper-like blade that you slip over your gloved finger. I think it's made by Bob Heath. Brilliant!

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Oxford heated grips problem fixed

Anonymous, 16 February 2009 12:51

I bought Oxford Hot Grips at the NEC show, but like most people never kept the receipt. They failed after just 2 months and initially Oxford just said buy a new switch. After reading comments on forums, this appears to be a common fault. However I called Oxford again and spoke to an excellent member of their staff named Charlotte. She has done everything she can to help ...

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Heated grips

gscottbrown01, 22 November 2008 12:48

Does anyone have a good alternative to these Oxford heated grips, which while being hot are very difficult to operate and mine frequently cut out?

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Rhinotire - puncture-less tyres

wild_stuart, 24 October 2008 02:05

Rhinotire (American spelling) - is a gel compound sprayed inside the tyre to aid punctures and flats. Check out their video at: www.rhinotire.com A blade is subjected to a road of nails, and then they even stick a series of screws in with a cordless drill. Awesome!

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Get your suspension set up to suit you!

andy deegan, 14 August 2008 07:02

Having ridden motorcycles since the age of three, I thought there was bugger all my mucker Gaffs could tell me about bikes! But after the obligatory half a gallon of grog on a Friday night, he convinced me to stop being a m**ge bag, and part with forty quid to have my suspension set up professionally! being an engineer, I ...

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