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Product review: Optiglanz stainless steel cleaner

James Keen, 24 March 2010 14:54

Optiglanz stainless steel cleaner, £11.99Miles covered/time: Used once a year to repair winter damage What’s good? I asked the guy at my local Hein Gericke if they had anything to clean downpipes and he recommended this stuff from Optiglanz. Save cash on motorcycle products All you do is give the pipes a good scrub to remove loose dirt, spray it ...

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Product review: Kriega R25 rucksack

James Keen, 24 March 2010 14:46

Kriega R25 rucksack, £85Miles covered/time: 1500 miles/five months What’s good? Let’s not get carried away – it’s just a rucksack – but the R25 is a joy to use. Everything about it says quality. Save cash on motorcycle rucksacks The Quadloc harness system helps spread the weight, so on a recent tour of Vietnam I wore it packed full of ...

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Review: Eurohike 10-litre waterproof compression sack

James Keen, 02 December 2009 15:28

Eurohike 10-litre waterproof compression sack, £7.99 Miles covered/time: one 500-mile tour of Vietnam/two weeks What’s good? Cheap and compact way of keeping electrical kit like cameras and mobile phones dry while on the bike. It’s got a roll-out closure system, so you squeeze the air out, Velcro the top shut and roll it over lots of times before clipping it ...

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Autocom makes getting lost much more pleasurable!

James Keen, 19 August 2009 11:29

I hate to admit it, but we were lost. On the relatively short ride from Warwick back to the MCN office in Peterborough, me and MCN lead web producer Sam had missed a turn and ended up in the centre of Coventry. Normally this sort of situation is a nightmare, especially when there are a couple of you on bikes ...

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10 great Fathers Day gifts

James Keen, 16 June 2009 17:32

Fathers day - what a hassle. Not because you have to get the old man a present, it's figuring out what to buy and finding time to buy it that's the problem. That's why we've compiled this list of 10 great gift ideas for bikers.  Find Fathers day gifts in the MCN Shop All of this stuff is available in the ...

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Christmas gift of the day: Givi T429 Tank bag

James Keen, 17 December 2008 08:30

Christmas is nearly upon us and to help make your shopping easy and hassle free, we'll be bringing you our 'gift of the day' recommendations in the run up to the big day. All of our christmas gift ideas are available to buy online from the MCN Shop, so you can avoid the carnage of the high street.   You can also ...

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Christmas gift of the day: Biker kit rack

James Keen, 15 December 2008 09:50

Christmas is nearly upon us and to help make your shopping easy and hassle free, we'll be bringing you our 'gift of the day' recommendations in the run up to the big day. All of our christmas gift ideas are available to buy online from the MCN Shop, so you can avoid the carnage of the high street.   You can also ...

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The top 5 battery chargers

James Keen, 26 November 2008 17:43

The fact is that in winter most of us will use the bike less. When the weather's bad weekend riding is less appealing and over the Christmas break there's usually too much going on to get out on the bike much anyway. This can be bad news for your bike's battery. To keep your bike starting first time every time, here's ...

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The top 5 biking backpacks

James Keen, 31 October 2008 09:30

MCN's sister title RiDE recently conducted an in-depth test in order to find out which are the best backpacks for motorcyclists. Here's their list of the top 5 backpacks available today. Click here for a free digital sample of this month's RiDE magazine Comfort, durability, water-proofing and capacity were all factors considered when deciding on this short list. You may be using a standard ...

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The 10 best parts for the Kawasaki ZX-10R

James Keen, 30 October 2008 09:30

I think it's fair to say that the Kawasaki ZX-10R is the most hardcore sportsbike money can buy. Ever since the first model was launched in 2004 it's had a reputation as a bike for experts only. With about 180bhp on tap, it's not hard to see why. Here's a run down of the top ten accessories for the ZX-10R, as ...

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