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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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Product review: Buff original

Guy Procter, 23 December 2009 11:41

Buff Original, £13Miles covered/time: 2400/3 monthsWhat's good? The older I get the more I appreciate the tiny areas of my life I've been able to get right. This is one. My Buff bridges the chilly gap between my leathers and my lid, serves as en emergency snot-absorber, acts as a strangely comforting neck-cosy and lends me what I imagine is ...

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Product review: Motrax HP Chain Lube

Guy Procter, 25 November 2009 18:06

Motrax HP Chain Lube £11.48Time: Three months What’s good? It’s amazing how widely the ability of chain lube to annoy or assist you is – and how misleading the tins can be. I’ve been suckered into buying smart-looking tins of ceramic this and  wax that many times before – always ending with the the same moderately satisfying fizz of application, ...

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Product review: Motrax Chain Cleaner

Guy Procter, 25 November 2009 18:02

Motrax Chain Cleaner £8.98Time: Three months What’s good? I used to be scorned for my inability to maintain my chain, but the truth is I just thought chain cleaning meant breaking the chain, getting it in the kitchen sink, ruining a few washing-up brushes and hours of unthinkable labour. Had I realised all you needed was a tin of this, ...

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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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