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Product Review: Bell RT helmet

Andy Downes, 23 July 2014 10:30

Bell RT helmet, £175 Time tested: 10 months/1000 miles What’s good? This is the first time I have ever tried an open-face helmet and it has taken some getting used to. I got hold of it for the launch of the new Indian cruisers held at Sturgis in America last year and even though helmets are not compulsory in North ...

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Product Review: EDZ Graphite merino wool top and leggings

Andy Downes, 02 July 2014 09:00

EDZ Graphite merino wool top and leggings, £50 each Time tested: Six months What’s good? These are a brilliant addition to my riding kit and as well as seeing me through the last winter they are still on standby for any chilly rides now the weather is supposed to be better. They are super soft, extremely comfortable, breathable and sit ...

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Product Review: Ugly Fish RS5228 sunglasses

Andy Downes, 11 June 2014 09:00

Ugly Fish RS5228 sunglasses, £35 Time tested: One year What’s good? These are good value sunglasses that fit tightly to my face and were perfect when I used them for the first time in combination with an open-face helmet on the launch of the new Indian range at Sturgis in America last year. This was the first time I had ...

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Product Review: Cruz Econokit M2

Andy Downes, 04 June 2014 11:00

Cruz Econokit M2, £35 Time tested: One year What’s good? The quality of standard motorcycle tool kits ranges from barely adequate through to completely unfit for purpose (or missing, if you’re buying a used bike) so this is my default toolkit when I am venturing off anywhere further afield than my normal commute. The Cruz Econokit2 has 10mm and 12mm ...

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Product Review: Kriega R30 Rucksack

Andy Downes, 07 May 2014 11:00

Kriega R30 Rucksack, £139 Time tested/miles: Four years/ 45,000 miles (approx.) What’s good? I love this rucksack. It’s a constant companion and has seen me through four years of use in all weathers, across many different countries as well as almost daily use and yet it still looks almost as fresh as it did when I first got it in ...

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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: 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: 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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