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Winter bolt-ons for Honda NC700

Marc Abbott, 23 November 2012 13:06

Pyramid Plastics have just announced three new products to protect the Honda NC700 range from road muck over the grimier months. Firstly, the plastic Integra Hugger is said to require no drilling and be fitted in five minutes. It costs £50. A £16.90 Integra Ductail increases the length of the stock rear mudguard by five inches. Again, there's no drilling ...

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Panigale gets 15bhp boost!

Marc Abbott, 22 November 2012 09:49

Akrapovic have launched a new Evolution Line titanium exhaust system for the Ducati Panigale 1199. The firm's owner, Igor Akrapovic, claimed at the recent EICMA show in Milan that the new system adds a whopping 15bhp to the superbike's power output. The exhaust system is hand-made, from titanium alloy that's claimed to be "more durable, and with greater heat-resistance" Weighing ...

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New Drift HD camera to film your ride

Marc Abbott, 08 November 2012 13:29

The new Drift HD Ghost camera is now available in the UK, and is designed to let you capture every moment of your ride – whether that’s freestyle motocross, a track day or Alpine tour – in glorious high definition. Features of the new camera include a two-inch LCD screen, claimed three-hour battery life, the ability to take photos while ...

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Product review: Muc-off Helmet and Visor Microfibre Polishing Cloth

Marc Abbott, 12 October 2012 15:33

Muc-off Helmet and Visor Microfibre Polishing Cloth, £5Time used: 18 months What’s good: This cloth gets daily use on not only my goggles but also my prescription spectacles. It’s incredibly kind to polished (or glass) surfaces, always buffs to a smear-free finish, and – even after 18 months of regular use – emerges from the washing machine in top nick ...

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Product review: Wemmi wipes

Marc Abbott, 12 October 2012 14:56

Wemmi wipes, £1.99 for a tube of eightTime used: One year What’s good: These small tablets (about double the thickness of an extra strong mint) expand to become a half-way house between a tissue and a flannel when dosed with a modest amount of water. They’ve come in handy for wiping visors, taking dead flies off headlights and mirrors, and ...

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Book review: How your motorcycle works by Peter Henshaw

Marc Abbott, 24 September 2012 15:19

How your motorcycle works by Peter Henshaw, £9.99 What’s good: My brain absorbs pointless detail. I could tell you the numberplate of the Renault 14 we had in the early 1980s (DRW 722T, if you’re interested), but would struggle to explain adequately to my daughter how the planets revolve around the sun. If, like me, after 15 years of riding ...

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Product review: Brooks Barbican shoulder bag

Marc Abbott, 14 September 2012 09:27

Brooks Barbican shoulder bag, £225Miles covered/time: 8000/18 months What’s good? I’ve worn this bag – designed for cyclists, but perfect for those of us vain enough to value style as highly as substance – on every ride for the last year and a half, whether that’s a hop to the supermarket or a 400-mile motorway journey. I’ve applied some low-cost ...

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Ride great routes with iBiker phone app

Marc Abbott, 03 September 2012 17:15

iBiker is an application designed for iPhones, iPads, iPod touch and Android devices that helps you plot, save and share your favourite biking routes. As well as the ability to rate your routes and highlight points of interest along the way, the app also contains useful video run-throughs of how to tackle known accident blackspots, plus handy video tips featuring ...

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New bike instructor Autocom kits

Marc Abbott, 23 August 2012 12:48

A new kit from communication firm Autocom is aimed squarely at bike instructors. The Dual Power kit costs £299 and is said to be easy to install and effective up to 100mph. The company also says it will last for 24 hours on one charge and is available with optional integrated Bluetooth for connection with a mobile phone (this version ...

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Product review: Aviator Retro Pilot T3 goggles

Marc Abbott, 08 August 2012 14:30

Aviator Retro Pilot T3 goggles, £102Miles covered/time: 20,000/three years What’s good: In the course of these goggles’ high-mileage test, they’ve provided crystal clear vision, with no misting nor glare from the lenses. Beyond this, the elasticated strap has retained much of its integrity after 20,000 miles in all weathers. The lenses pop out easily enough to be changed from dark ...


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