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Product Review: On the Road. Growing up in Eight Journeys – My Early Years

Phil West, 23 July 2014 10:30

On the Road. Growing up in Eight Journeys – My Early Years, by Richard Hammond, £18.99Miles covered/time: Read in a week or two What's good? A humble, pleasant sort of bio, this, with a few biking references most of us will identify with and which mark the Top Gear presenter out, not just as a car nut, but a true ...

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Product review: Motovudu2

Michael Neeves, 25 February 2014 11:00

Motovudu 2, Dark art of Performance, £19.99Tester: Michael NeevesTime used: All 93 pages in two sittingsWhat’s good? Ex-500cc GP and WSB star Simon Crafar’s first book dealt with all the riding tips you need to go fast around a track, from the perspective of a man who’s won at the very highest level. Reading the first Motovudu, and getting tuition ...

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Product Review: VentureShield paint protection film

Tim Thompson, 17 October 2013 16:51

VentureShield paint protection film, £120 (£220 fitted) Time tested: Four months/1000 miles What’s good? VentureShield is a transparent, barely visible vinyl wrap designed to protect bodywork from stone chips and general scuffage. You can buy it in bike-specific tank kits or as a full kit that covers most of the vulnerable areas of bodywork on your bike: typically fairing nose, ...

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Product Review: Rider Mount sat nav case

Rupert Paul, (MCN Sport), 23 September 2013 12:43

Rider Mount sat nav case, £18-£41 depending on mounting Time tested: six months What’s good: This device can save you hundreds of pounds, letting you use a basic TomTom car sat-nav (£80) instead of a bike-specific sat-nav (£240-£450). I’ve run it for several thousand miles on a BMW R1150GS, Ducati 600 Monster and Ducati 900SS. Bikes with proper handlebars are ...

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Book Review: How to Build A Cafe Racer

Ped Baker, 01 July 2013 07:30

How to Build A Cafe Racer £20Time tested: one month What’s good? Whether you were around at the time of the original ton-up boys, or have been hypnotised by one of the many hundreds of achingly cool (some might say pretentious) blogs and websites, it seems we can’t get enough of cafe racers at the moment. So if you’ve got ...

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Product review: Kiddimoto Evel Knievel Kurve

Nick Lemon, 24 October 2012 10:24

Kiddimoto Evel Knievel Kurve £69.99 (matching helmet £34.99 - gloves £7.99) What’s good: Kurve is the newest addition to the award winning Kiddimoto range of wooden toddler balance bikes. The brilliant design is perfect to start children learning how to ride a bike and develop cycling skills before they get a bike with pedals. Suitable from ages two and upwards, ...

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Product review: Trials Evolution

Liam Marsden, 15 June 2012 10:25

Trials Evolution, 1200 Microsoft Points (about £12)Time used: Three weeks What's good? Pretty much everything. This is the sequel to the hugely popular and brilliant Trials HD, and as such takes everything that was good about that and takes it up to 11. Levels are bigger, more fun/frustrating and the skill games have been taken to another level entirely, with ...

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Pass the Bike Test (and be a great rider too!), by Sean Hayes & Rupert Paul

Guy Procter, 09 November 2011 10:14

Pass the Bike Test (and be a great rider too!), by Sean Hayes & Rupert Paul, £12.99 Miles covered/time: Three evenings  What’s good: The secret burden of every biker is the suspicion they’re not quite as good as their bike or the conditions should allow them to be. Not quite as fast, calm, consistent and death-proof as they make out. ...

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Boot review: Tuzo Race WP

Dan Aspel, 27 June 2011 15:42

Tuzo Race WP boots, £79.99Miles covered/time: 500/one month What’s good: Like most of my riding kit, these Tuzo Race WP boots have tasted gravel. It wasn’t the result of skill, the boots were followed by my knee, hips, shoulder and pride. On the plus side, they stood up very well. The toesliders took the brunt of the impact – and still ...

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Exhaust review: Arrow exhaust for Moto Guzzi V7 Classic

John Westlake, 27 June 2011 14:31

Arrow exhaust for Moto Guzzi V7 Classic, £857Miles covered/time: 500/one month What’s good: They look a darn site better than the originals – the titanium finish is superb, the quality is top notch, and their simple styling matches the bike. What’s not: They’re so quiet. Having lived with Ducatis for the last few years I’ve become accustomed to the ear-bleeding ...

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