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Shoei GT-Air

MartyFarty45, 11 September 2013 14:22

This is in response to the write up in 09/11/13 MCN of the Shoei GT-Air. I have the exact same lid as featured. Although this is a good review, regardless of the after issues. I believe this article doesn't do the lid justice. I've always spent around £350/£400 on lids and this is by far the best. My friends and ...

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Shoei XR1100 wind noise

Paul Smith, 31 May 2013 21:04

I ride a Yamaha FZ6 which I have had for approx 4 years, during that time I had a Nolan Intergrale. Never once did I think about wearing earplugs with this helmet. I then booked a track day for later in the year and found I needed an helmet with the appropriate certification. I bought a Shoei XR1100 from Hein Gericke ...

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Michelin Road Pilot 3

Andy Collis, 22 April 2013 23:33

I replaced the Michelin Pilot Road 2s on my BMW R1200RT in January with the Pilot Road 3s because of the reviews about wet weather performance. The rear is due for replacement now having completed 9200 winter/spring UK A and B road miles. I estimate that the front has another 3000 miles left. Brilliant tyres: improved grip in the wet over the 2s, which I ...

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Review: Spada ST1 WP boots

DazLoczy, 15 January 2013 19:57

Mileage: 9000 miles Time used: 9 months Useage: Heavy Cost New: £74.95 (offer price) Additional costs: nil I've used these boots for every day riding through all weathers, with a 100 mile motorway commute twice a week and 12 mile town/country commutes three times a week plus the occasional ride out. They've had their fair share of abuse. You could almost forgive ...

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Alpinestar SMX-5

Ryan Gwyn-Griffiths, 10 December 2012 14:51

After upgrading from 50cc to 125cc, I decided it was time to buy some proper gear rather than risk injury or worse. So I looked at a range of boots and decided on the Alpinestar SMX-5 none waterproof in black and white. Trying them on for the first time they felt comfortable, secure and snug while still giving freedom of movement. This feeling continued ...

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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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Tyres for a Firestorm?

Paul Millard, 08 April 2012 21:59

I ride a 1998 Honda Firestorm which is mint (5000 miles) and the suspension is fully sorted which transforms the bike to what it should have been. But now the bike could do with more modern tyres to replace the old BT010s. I ride from legal speeds to countryside burn ups and would like a balance of reasonable grip, mileage ...

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Alpinestars 365GTX - the best

Alex Gardiner, 22 March 2012 11:12

As has been said, these are reasonably warm summer gloves, but the Gore Tex liner keeps the bulk down and the ventilation good. I wore them (yes, past tense) and wear them (a new pair) year round in Germany, so darn cold and wet all the way to pretty darn warm in summer. 'Wore' because I can report that they ...

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Shoei XR-1100 problem

Anonymous, 15 March 2012 03:36

I wanted to pass on a concern I have with Shoei's XR-1100 crash helmet. The lid is awesome, very comfy, visor removal is easy and it is reasonably quiet. It suffers in one way only and has really caused me concern. It has a lip on the back and this in my opinion could possibly cause an accident. It is fine ...


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