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Dainese Torque In boots

Ped Baker, 23 May 2011 15:28

Dainese Torque In boots, £194.99 (now replaced by St Trq Race In £189.99) Miles covered/time: 10,000/18 months What's good: When I first reviewed these boots after six months use I wasn't exactly enamoured with them. The Dainese Torque In boot lacks frills with rear entry, titanium sliders and plastic ankle brace. At £194.99 they were expensive, too. But I've grown ...

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rating is 4

Product review: Philips Extreme Vision bulb H4

Ped Baker, 20 January 2011 16:33

Philips Extreme Vision bulb H4, £32.49 for twoMiles covered/time: 1000 miles/two months What’s good: The X-Treme Vision bulb claims to provide up to 100% more light than standard halogen bulbs in both dip and main beam. Save cash on motorcycle products Without scientific equipment it’s difficult to measure that claim, but the X-Treme Vision noticeably belts out its beam further ...

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rating is 4

Glove review: Held Orkney

Ped Baker, 16 December 2010 10:54

Held Orkney winter gloves, £54.99Miles covered/time: 3000/six months What’s good? Once you have the sizing sussed (see below) the Orkneys are superbly comfortable, break in quickly and aren’t so bulky that can’t feel the levers. The visor wipe and reflective piping are nice touches and the glove is neatly stitched together. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves The cuff is very ...

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Tent review: Coleman Phad X3

Ped Baker, 06 August 2010 17:10

Coleman Phad X3 tent from £135 (amazon.co.uk)Time used: Five months What’s good? Small tents tend to either be expensive, over-technical and developed for mountain types or heavy, disposable and aimed at festival goers. Save cash on camping equipment The needs of motorcyclists don’t seem to figure that highly when it comes to tent design but the Phad X3 is probably ...

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rating is 4

Helmet review: Les Ateliers Ruby Belvedere

Ped Baker, 12 January 2010 10:33

Les Ateliers Ruby Belvedere helmet, £607Miles covered/time: 1000/six months What's good: The Les Ateliers Ruby Belvedere helmet is without doubt, the most luxurious piece of motorcycling equipment ever made. Save cash on motorcycle helmets It's the helmet equivalent of an Aston Martin DB5. Hand crafted, hand painted and upholstered with the softest red leather, the quality and detail of the ...

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Helmet review: Shoei Hornet DS

Ped Baker, 25 June 2009 14:12

What's good? Stylish Off-road look but with all the practical touches of a road lid. Vents on the brow and rear of the helmet give a good flow of air, the chin vent less so but I've yet to suffer misting even without the supplied pin lock insert. The large peak features big cutaways in the crown allowing air to ...

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