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Top 5 riding boots for adventurers

MCN, 04 July 2014 12:00

The adventure bike boom that’s been roaring for the last decade has introduced a wider audience to the joys of clasp boot fasteners. Just as bikes have crossed over from the dirt arena to the road world, so has the kit and now chunky-soled waterproof boots that do up with clips and straps are as common and toesliders, zips and ...

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Pirelli Angel GT tyres

MCN, 13 June 2014 11:57

Pirelli Angel GT tyres, £223* What’s new?There’s a new 100% silica single compound front and dual compound rear tyre with revised profile shapes, construction and tread pattern, for improved grip, steering agility and longevity. According to Pirelli, they last longer than their rivals’ offerings when tested at the independent ‘Motorrad Test Centre’. Who are they for?Riders who want to use ...

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MCN Shop deal of the week: Spyke Blaster EVO Suit with FREE Boots

MCN, 25 October 2012 09:50

The Spyke Blaster EVO is the perfect suit for road or track riding, with it's stretch leater and fibre inserts to ensure maximum comfort over long journies, short blasts, or trackdays. The suit has a 1.2-1.3mm leather construction, with CE-approved armour in the shoulders, elbows and knees to keep you safe. There's anti-shock pads in the collarbones, arms and back ...

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RoadLok security explained

MCN, 21 August 2012 09:28

The RoadLok is a sophisticated way of making sure you always have a disc lock with you, as it's actually attached to your bike! Fixed to the brake calipers, the simple locking mechanism is available in a number of colours, fits a variety of bikes, costs £199.99 and could qualify you for a discount on your insurance.Check out this very ...

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How to grip Honda CLR125’s rounded-off bolt

MCN, 25 July 2012 16:04

Q. I have to replace the fork seals on my Honda CLR125, but someone’s been in there before me and the Allen socket on the end of the damper rod has rounded out so my Allen key just spins around.Charles Marsh, email A. Torx bits have plenty of sharp edges that can grip the inside of an Allen socket. Get ...

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Best textile trousers on a budget

MCN, 30 April 2012 13:05

Q. After 28 years off bikes I have decided to go back to riding. A lot has changed in this time and I need some advice. I am thinking of buying a pair of textile trousers with a limited budget of £75, but I’m not sure what to look for, as this type of clothing is new to me. Can ...

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Best tyres for a Kawasaki ZZR600

MCN, 14 March 2012 14:02

Q. I own a 2001 ZZR600 and would like an opinion as to the best tyres for this bike. I am not a knee-down, throttle-open rider, basically I’m a commuter and weekend social rider. I have recently read articles on Pirelli Diablo Stradas…Steve Rogers A. The ZZR600’s tyre sizes of 120/60 x 17 and 160/60 x 17 do limit choice ...

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Charley Boorman's Extreme Frontiers out now on DVD

MCN, 30 January 2012 16:21

ADVERTISING PROMOTION He's ridden through Africa in the award winning series 'Long Way Down'. braved the wilds of the North on his 20,000 miles 'Long Way Round' adventure and now Charley Boorman, accompanied by producer/director Russ Malkin, is about to launch the DVD of his latest adventure - an exciting expedition that really gets under the skin of an entire ...

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Which bobbins for my Kawasaki Z1000SX?

MCN, 03 January 2012 13:46

Q. I’ve got a Kawasaki Z1000SX and I’m looking at getting a paddock stand for it. Rather than one that lifts it at the rear wheel spindle, I want to use the two threaded holes in the swingarm and two bobbins screwed in there. Is there anything I should watch out for?Alex Carr, email A. The Z1000SX has got quite compliant ...

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Why won't my Honda CBX750 run properly?

MCN, 15 December 2011 11:50

Q. I've just got an ’86-reg Honda CBX750, it had blowing header pipes which I’ve fixed. My problem is that when I try to ride it after letting it warm up the middle two cylinders splutter then cut out. I give it two minutes and it starts up fine, but won’t take any load.Dave Wood, Bournemouth A. Unfortunately it sounds ...

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