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Scorpion Exo-1000

Dan Aspel, 12 October 2011 17:05

Scorpion Exo-1000, £259.99Miles covered/time: 600/two months What’s good: Surprisingly, the inflatable cheek pads inside the Scorpion EXO-1000 aren’t just a gimmick. The extra support they provide is reassuring as they manage to expand without exerting too much pressure against any one area. The pump and release buttons are well placed on the inside of the chin guard and are as generally ...

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Nexx XR1R Carbon helmet

Dan Aspel, 13 July 2011 15:09

Nexx XR1R Carbon helmet, £299.99Miles covered/time: 1000/two months What’s good: This is the best road helmet I’ve worn. The visor is very tall and broad, giving you a fantastic view of the road, sky, clocks and neighbouring lanes. It makes the slit-like view from my AGV Stealth SV feel like wearing Ned Kelly’s steel helmet in comparison. Unlike any other ...

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“Charge” movie review: a must see motorcycle film

Dan Aspel, 24 June 2011 10:48

Last month saw the release of “Charge”, British director Mark Neale’s take on the 2009/2010 electric TT races. It’s currently only available on DVD in North America, but with further countries scheduled for release - and digital download options to follow - the makers sent MCN a copy for review. The result? We’re able to wholeheartedly recommend it as one ...

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Helmet review: HJC IS-MULTI

Dan Aspel, 06 January 2011 12:02

HJC IS-MULTI helmet, £169.99Miles covered/time: 3000/three months What’s good? HJC claims this is “seven helmets in one”. It’s actually more like four in one (we don’t think adding the sun shield counts) but that’s still seriously impressive. What this means is that if you buy an IS-MULTI you can ride a sports bike, a cruiser, a supermoto and a trailie ...

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Kit review: Draggin’ Oilskins jeans

Dan Aspel, 29 December 2010 10:00

Draggin’ Oilskins jeans, £159.99Dan Aspel Miles covered/time: 700/one month   What’s good? Draggin’ market their products as being the most safety conscious jeans you can buy. Stitched and lined with Kevlar, they’re like your regular jeans only better. These have the added benefit of being water resistant.What’s not? It’s hard to see the point of the Oilskins. They’re neither warm nor ...

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Kit Review: Original Buff

Dan Aspel, 01 December 2010 13:31

Original Buff, £10.95 Save money on neck warmers in the MCN Shop Miles covered/time: 15,000/two yearsWhat's good? It¹s hard to write about Buff without sounding like I¹m on their payrollŠ but here goes. They¹re brilliant. If you don¹t have one then buy one. They¹re unobtrusive, cheap, look cool, keep the wind and rain off, are perfectly breathable and you can ...

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