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Product review: Triumph 675 kiddimoto

Guy Procter, 01 November 2009 13:05

If you hadn’t heard by now, my Daytona 675 long term test bike has been well and truly destroyed (it wasn’t me). Now the only 675 in my life is a toy one. It differs in a few trifling ways from my bike (wooden monocoque, twin pipes, no brakes, £100 from Triumph’s new range of accessories), but it’s a fantastic ...

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Rucksack review: Oxford Aeropack Xpert

Guy Procter, 23 October 2009 16:04

Oxford Aeropack Xpert, £40 (£36.09 on MCN shop)Miles covered/time: 3500/6 months What’s good? For any load short of my hefty security chain and Abus padlock I favour a rucksack. This is the least-niggly, most bike-optimised one I've tried. The big, flat straps do up easily and securely in an x-shape across my chest with a single clasp, it's big enough ...

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Boot review: Teknic Violator

Guy Procter, 23 October 2009 15:49

Teknic Violator waterproof boots, £179.99Miles covered/time: 5024/eight months What's good? Still like the fact they’re discreet but don’t spare the race tech, with massive shin guard, renewable toe sliders, injection-moulded ankle and calf brace and ski-boot-style ankle binding which stops the boot coming off flailing legs in a crash. Save cash on motorcycle boots They’re waterproof but not sweaty, comfy ...

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Helmet review: Arai Chaser

Guy Procter, 17 October 2009 10:00

Arai Chaser from £249 on MCN shopMiles covered/time: 5,024/8 months What's good? It somehow actually fits my head (long on forehead, bulgy at the back... ooh, don't I sound attractive). I've put up with ill-fitting helmets for years but this is like inserting my head in a velvety nook. Visibility is great, it's quiet and stable and opening the vents ...

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Boot review: Teknic Violator waterproof boots

Guy Procter, 05 June 2009 15:18

What’s good? I hate flashy kit because it makes me feel a dick when I get overtaken by CB500s, but I still love techie stuff. Which makes these perfect. Standard issue to some cop riders, they’re discreet but don’t spare the race tech, with massive shin guard, renewable toe sliders, injection-moulded ankle and calf brace and ski-boot-style ankle binding which ...

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