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Arai Tour X3 review

chris wilson, 14 July 2010 17:12

I purchased an Arai Tour X3 last year to go with my Yamaha XT660Z Tenere. I was sligtly concerned about the wind catching the peak at high speeds, so I did my research and read many reviews before buying. All seemed to rate the lid high. Although the helmet is top quality and very comfy, I'm very dissapointed with it. It catches ...

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BMW system 6 helmet

Tony Pammen, 28 February 2010 13:19

I bought the BMW system 6 helmet just over a week ago as I commute to work just over a 140 miles per day And due to "global warming" it hasn't stopped raining since buying this lid! Didn't start too well, bought it Saturday and took it back Monday because the visor was leaking top centre with an annoying drip like chinese torture. ...

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Can't see anything

committed, 10 December 2009 16:54

I once had a 2 day green laning adventure in the Welsh mountains in snow. I had absolutely no problem keeping warm because of the amount of work I had to do to stay on the bike, but my goggles kept steaming up. When you ride slower your breath has more effect upon what happens to the inside of your ...

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Airbag jacket saved me in a crash

Gideon, 17 April 2009 10:46

I have been wearing Hit-Air jackets from Mugen Denko in Japan for years. I have survived one 104 kph crash where there other two bikers wound up in hospital with all sorts broken - I had just a sprained ankle and thumb. The airbag protected my neck, althought the helmet was scraped and the rest of me slid down the road on a cushion ...

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Motrax Super Sticky Tyre Paint released!

Pete Sumner, 01 April 2009 09:15

Seen this on the Motrax website - super sticky Track Day Tyre Paint - looks like a right laugh!  

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Wheel alignment tip

David Deakin, 15 May 2007 15:17

To make sure my wheels are aligned I use a cheap laser pointer. Put the bike on stand or side stand, bluetak the pointer to brick. Align front and back wheel, get a piece of wood about six inches wide, mark the middle of the wood and add half of the rear tyre measurement. Mark the measurement on the wood, place ...


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