Skip to content

Motorbike Product Reviews - Search Results

You looked for...

and found 78 items

Matches found in Motorcycle Products

Results 1 - 10 of 78

leading article image
rating is 5

Top 5 riding boots for adventurers

MCN, 04 July 2014 12:00

The adventure bike boom that’s been roaring for the last decade has introduced a wider audience to the joys of clasp boot fasteners. Just as bikes have crossed over from the dirt arena to the road world, so has the kit and now chunky-soled waterproof boots that do up with clips and straps are as common and toesliders, zips and ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Debbonair Seat Pads

MCN, 26 April 2013 09:00

Advertisement Promotion Looking to resolve your NUMB BUM problems & discomfort when riding? Well look no further; DebbonAir® have the best air pads, the thickest gel pads and the most practical beaded seats resolving your issues whatever your circumstances. The only gels thick enough to support your bottom bones. With 30 years of experience in the Medical industry specializing in ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Debbonair Seat Pads

MCN, 26 April 2013 09:00

Advertisement Promotion Looking to resolve your NUMB BUM problems & discomfort when riding? Well look no further; DebbonAir® have the best air pads, the thickest gel pads and the most practical beaded seats resolving your issues whatever your circumstances. The only gels thick enough to support your bottom bones. With 30 years of experience in the Medical industry specializing in ...

leading article image
rating is 5

MCN Shop deal of the week: Spyke Blaster EVO Suit with FREE Boots

MCN, 25 October 2012 09:50

The Spyke Blaster EVO is the perfect suit for road or track riding, with it's stretch leater and fibre inserts to ensure maximum comfort over long journies, short blasts, or trackdays. The suit has a 1.2-1.3mm leather construction, with CE-approved armour in the shoulders, elbows and knees to keep you safe. There's anti-shock pads in the collarbones, arms and back ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Best suspension upgrade for a GSX-R750?

MCN, 24 September 2012 16:35

Q. My GSX-R750 K2 is now 10 years old (obviously!) and has nearly 35,000 on the clock. Everything I read about 'suspension' says it will need replacing or refreshing after about 16,000 miles, so I can only assume mine is most certainly well past its best and I am riding around the ‘wear and tear' characteristics? I am considering new ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Are aftermarket throttle grips any good?

MCN, 21 September 2012 17:07

Q. Riding home tonight I was aware of a slight twinge in my throttle hand (nothing major) which set me wondering about my grips and the angle of the clip-ons. It feels like I was gripping (not tightly) almost entirely with the bit between thumb and forefinger and I wondered if the palm of the hand should be more involved ...

leading article image
rating is 2

How to secure your new bike

MCN, 21 September 2012 17:01

Q. I'll be getting my first bike next week, a 2010 Kawasaki ER-6F and I'm trying to work out what kind of security mechanisms to get. The bike will be kept overnight in a locked compound (I live in a block of flats, car park accessed via RFID fob) where there's a ground anchor and plenty of big metal U-shaped ...

leading article image
rating is 0

How do I tell my SV’s bearing are shot?

MCN, 05 September 2012 14:00

Q. My 10-year-old SV650 is coming up to new tyre time and I was told to watch out for wheel bearing seals and spacers with high mileage bikes. The thing is, I don't actually know what I'm looking for when they're on the way out!Jmccomas, MCN forums A. On most bikes the axles are steel and fit snugly into the ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Best all-weather tyres for a Honda CBR600RR?

MCN, 25 July 2012 16:24

Q. I have just swapped my old Firestorm for a mint CBR600RR, but the problem that I have is with the rubber. I have used Dunlop Sportmaxes for years on the old sports tourer. But the 600RR is running the Bridgestone Battlax BT016, which do not seem to inspire me with confidence, especially in the wet. My friend has recommended ...

leading article image
rating is 2

Can I derestrict a Honda Varadero 125?

MCN, 25 July 2012 15:16

Q. I have been riding for 47 years and am heading for retirement, so I want a bike that’s easy to push around, that I can ride all day and is cheap to run. I like the Honda 125 Varadero, but can it be derestricted as I do enjoy a bit of acceleration?Davidmdixon, MCN forums A. Anything is possible, but ...

Results

Compare Insurance

Save money by comparing quotes. It's quick and easy

Motorcycles for sale

 

It's only £13.99 to advertise your motorcycle on MCN

Sell your Motorcycle

Motorcycle pricing tool

New! Find used bike prices

MCN Shop

With over 18,000 products, MCN shop is the best place to buy your biking kit