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Product Review: Knox Orsa Gloves

Andy Davidson, 17 September 2014 17:00

Knox Orsa leather gloves, £79.99 Time tested: 10 months/4000 miles What’s good? These shorty gloves are fantastic for summer. The perforated goat skin gloves use a ‘Boa’ fastening system instead of Velcro. It takes a couple of seconds longer to secure, but saves you from fraying and scratchy Velcro and provides a tighter, more secure fit. It also comes with ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars GPX gloves

Tony Hoare, 10 September 2014 17:00

Alpinestars GPX gloves, £99.99 Time used: Three months/3000 miles What’s good? It has all of the hand protection of a full-on race glove, including a bridge between the two smallest fingers and a hard knuckle guard, but doesn’t demand the faff of fitting a lengthy cuff either over or under a textile jacket, which is what I wear for the ...

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Product Review: Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans

Steve Hunt, 03 September 2014 16:30

Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans, £360 Time tested: Four months What’s good? These are made from waterproof denim and are abrasion and temperature resistant, but still look and feel like proper jeans. A fully waterproof and windproof layer is the key to the success of these trousers, a membrane responds to additional heat - or cold - and opens or closes ...

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Product Review: Bike HUD

Tony Hoare, 03 September 2014 16:30

Bike HUD, £397 (currently £297) Time tested: Two months/1500 miles What’s good? Despite the doubtful comments from most who’ve seen it, it works. This is a small screen that sits just in front of the rider’s cheek and makes it a matter of a small flicker of the eyes to collect information like road speed, gear position, time and outside ...

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Product Review: Astars Tyler down jacket

Michael Neeves, 03 September 2014 16:30

Astars Tyler down jacket, £279.99 Time used: Six months What’s good? Aimed at scooter and city riders, this lightweight, thermal casual jacket has elbow and shoulder armour, plus pockets to take back and chest protectors. The main body of the jacket is made from quilted body-warmer-type material and comes with loops to thread around your riding jeans’ belt buckle straps ...

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Product Review: Bike HUD

Tony Hoare, 03 September 2014 09:30

Bike HUD, £397 (currently £297) Time tested: Two months/1500 miles What’s good? Despite the doubtful comments from most who’ve seen it, it works. This is a small screen that sits just in front of the rider’s cheek and makes it a matter of a small flicker of the eyes to collect information like road speed, gear position, time and outside ...

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Product Review: Oxford First Time Mini Tankbag

Tony Hoare, 27 August 2014 16:46

Oxford First Time Mini Tankbag, £34.99 Time tested: One week/2300 miles What’s good? The convenience of having the essentials right where I need them makes a long riding trip so much easier, which is where tankbags score highly in my book. But the bulk can make them awkward when riding and, especially, when refuelling. This small Oxford bag is small ...

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Product Review: Rizoma Proguard lever protectors

Michael Neeves, 20 August 2014 10:00

Rizoma Proguard lever protectors, £85 Time used: Two months What’s good? These are designed to protect front brake and clutch levers from being jammed on when bikes and riders collide in racing. On the brake side, they’re compulsory in national and world championship road racing, but they’re a good idea for club racing and trackdays as the risks are just ...

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Product Review: Stylmartin, Red Rock boots

Andy Davidson, 20 August 2014 10:00

Stylmartin, Red Rock boots, £169 Time tested: Four months/2000 miles What’s good? The Red Rock boots are exactly what I was after. They’re lightweight summer boots for riding that also double up as everyday footwear. I can ride to see my mates and go out in these without changing. They don’t look like bike boots, are casual and don a ...

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Product Review: Draggin’ Twista jeans

Emma Franklin, 06 August 2014 10:00

Draggin’ Twista jeans £209.99 Time tested:  12 months/1000 miles What’s good? These skinny-fit, low-rise, twisted seam Twista jeans tick all the boxes when it comes to fashion and, as they’re made by Draggin’, the quality is second to none. They feature extensive Kevlar lining in the seat, hip and thigh area and also the length of the upper leg to ...

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