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Product Review: Dainese T Avro race suit

Andy Downes, 16 April 2014 14:30

Dainese T Avro race suit, £960 (now superseded by Aspide) Time tested/miles: Six months/2500 miles What’s good: The quality and fit of these leathers has been brilliant; even from the first time I put them on they were comfortable and with the stretchy panels on the legs, chest and arms it fitted brilliantly. The close fit ensures the armour isn’t ...

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Product Review: Abus Detecto 7000 RS2 disc lock

Andy Downes, 16 April 2014 14:30

Abus Detecto 7000 RS2 disc lock, £120 Time tested: Three years What’s good? As long as I have a little bit of room available in a bag, pannier, under the seat or in a topbox this disc lock goes with me as a visible and audible deterrent to scumbag thieves. It’s got great build quality, the key is small but ...

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Product Review: Forcefield Tornado+ shirt

Andy Downes, 09 April 2014 11:00

Forcefield Tornado+ shirt, £50 Time tested: Three months/2000 miles What’s good? This windproof and thermal layer has been a brilliant addition to my winter riding kit this winter and hugely overperforms against the perception of just how thin the material feels. As a layer that goes on top of my baselayers but underneath a Cordura jacket it acts as an ...

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Product Review: Oxford Aquatex bike cover

Andy Downes, 01 April 2014 12:00

Oxford Aquatex bike cover, £25   Time tested: Eight years at least What’s good? I use this outdoor cover when my own 1998 Honda CBR600F-W is stored in my garage during the times when I have use of MCN test bikes and despite being over-engineered for the job of covering a bike parked indoors, I like the extra protection my ...

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Product Review: EDZ Innershell shirt

Andy Downes, 01 April 2014 12:00

EDZ Innershell shirt, £50 Time tested: Three years/3000 miles What’s good? This super-thin inner liner goes with me almost everywhere I ride. Thanks to its tiny dimensions when rolled up, and minimal weight of just 90 grams, I barely notice it stashed at the bottom of a rucksack or dropped into a pannier. The material is wind and shower proof, ...

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Product review: EDZ extra-warm neckwarmer

Andy Downes, 25 February 2014 11:00

EDZ extra warm fleece neck warmer, £10Tester: Andy DownesTime tested: Five yearsWhat’s good? This is my default neck warmer when the temperature really drops; anything below about 5C and this EDZ fleece neckwarmer becomes an essential bit of kit and works brilliantly at keeping out the worst of the cold. It’s been in my box of neckwarmers for the past ...

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Product Review: Moto-Detail Sport Travel Rucksack

Andy Downes, 04 February 2014 11:00

Moto-Detail Sport Travel Rucksack, £49.99 Time tested: Two months/1000 miles What’s good? As a lightweight, everyday rucksack this Moto-Detail one does very well. It’s got a 30-litre capacity and has been laid out very cleverly. It will do a run to work, to the gym or to the shops to get essentials perfectly. I use it for commuting and it ...

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Product Review: Clymer Honda CBR600F manual

Andy Downes, 14 January 2014 16:00

Clymer Honda CBR600F manual, £23.45 Time tested: Two years What’s good? I have seen many experienced and professional mechanics at work in my MCN working life. I am nothing like these people. For me to be able to work on my own 1998 Honda CBR600F I need something like the Clymer manual, which makes the average sorts of job easier ...

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Product Review: Forcefield Base Layer shirt and pants

Andy Downes, 07 January 2014 15:30

Forcefield Base Layer shirt and pants, £55 (shirt), £33 (pants) Time tested: Six months/5500 miles What’s good? The benefit of a decent baselayer is something that can barely be appreciated until you have tried it. I wore this base layer for a ride across Europe earlier this year which was 2500 miles in four days and it was brilliant at ...

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Product Review: BMW Streetguard 3 two-piece suit

Andy Downes, 30 December 2013 15:30

BMW Streetguard 3 two-piece suit, £1060Miles covered/time: 15,500/two-years What’s good? This BMW Streetguard suit is a two-piece suit that replaced my old Hein Gericke suit, and it took some getting used to. The warmth, waterproofing, armour, practicality and sheer quality are amazing. I wore this suit for a 2500-mile trip over four days across Europe and it was near faultless ...

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