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Pipe Werx Stainless Steel Oval exhausts

Dan Aspel, 02 November 2011 12:29

Pipe Werx Stainless Steel Oval exhausts, £330 Time used: One month What’s good: The finish is excellent – including the carved “X” design in the removable baffle – and the sound is pleasingly raw and brash on my Street Triple. With the baffles out they’re viciously loud, with an electrifying over-run crackle. They’re extremely lightweight compared to the stock cans ...

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rating is 3.5

Halfords Advanced Professional 150 piece socket/ratchet set

Dan Aspel, 27 October 2011 09:47

Time used: Two months What's good: Most of my attempts at bike maintenance have been embarassments. Something like the apes from 2001 angrily beating the ground with a bone. This has at least partly been thanks to inadequate tools. This Halfords kit has been a revelation. I have now been able to fit aftermarket exhausts to my Triumph, remove and ...

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GB Racing engine cover set

Dan Aspel, 21 October 2011 09:26

GB Racing engine cover set, £141.77 Time used: Two months What's good: In the wide, wide world of crash protection, GB Racing is definitely one of the premium brands. Made from a nylon/glass composite "chosen for its impact and abrasion resistance", the engine cover set it sleek, solid and subtle. It fits on as quickly and as cleanly as Lego ...

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Muc Off Premium Microfibre Polishing Cloth

Dan Aspel, 12 October 2011 17:16

Muc Off Premium Microfibre Polishing Cloth, £4.99Time used: Three years What’s good: I use this polishing cloth to give my Triumph a rub down after every clean. As Muc-Off promises, it doesn’t smear, is extremely absorbent and picks up left over specks of dirt with very little effort. This is all thanks to the “microfibre” technology hidden in its furry ...

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rating is 4

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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Sidi ST boots

Dan Aspel, 26 September 2011 17:12

Sidi ST boots, £264.95 Miles covered/time: 1000 miles/one year What’s good: The STs are exactly what you need on the track. Your heel, ankles, toes and shins are solidly protected by plates, shock absorbing inserts and replaceable sliders, while adjustable air vents help keep your feet as cool or warm as you wish. Fitting is adaptable every time you put ...

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Spidi RR leather jacket

Dan Aspel, 26 September 2011 16:50

Spidi RR Leather Jacket, £440 Miles covered/time: 3000 miles/four months What’s good: Almost everything. The shoulder and elbow protection is so solid it feels like it’s carved out of wood, but the whole Spidi jacket is so comfy, stylish and lightweight I seldom want to take it off (it is Italian, after all). The neoprene areas on the underside of ...

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rating is 5

Product review: Hein Gericke Tricky IV jacket & trousers

Dan Aspel, 23 August 2011 17:01

Hein Gericke Tricky IV jacket & trousers, £349.99 and £249.99Miles covered/time: 2400/three weeks What’s good: Leatherman… Saab… North Face and now… Hein Gericke. The German outfit joins the list of brands that I trust and respect. I took this suit to Switzerland this summer and it withstood five days of torrential rain. My equally Gore-Tex-equipped boots and gloves – from ...

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Shift-It helmet refresh

Dan Aspel, 19 August 2011 16:12

Shift-It helmet refresh, £2.99 Time used: Two months What's good: Helmet cleanliness is a bit of a neglected topic. Your sweating mug fills that space, day in day out. You sneeze in it, sweat in it and breathe three meals a day into it if you ride often enough. On top of that, most of us stuff our road-smeared gloves ...

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Granger's Dirty Scrubber sponge cleaner

Dan Aspel, 19 August 2011 15:47

Granger's Dirty Scrubber sponge cleaner, £2.99 Time used: Two months What's good: Cheap and handy, this coarse sponge - with a soft underbelly and a pre-loaded cleaning fluid dispenser - is nicely put together in a clip-in plastic holder. Press it up against your jacket and scrub away without having to bother with water, bottles of soap or anything else ...

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