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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: 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: 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: Auritech earplugs

Andy Downes, 29 July 2013 14:50

Auritech earplugs, £19.95 Time tested: One month/2000 miles What’s good? I had only ever used foam earplugs before trying these new thermoplastic types from Auritech, which have ceramic filters within a central tube said to cut out the damaging wind noise but not muffle the conversation. They do exactly what they promise and after six weeks of daily use I ...

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Product review: Zero Gravity Sport Touring screen

Andy Downes, 12 October 2012 14:41

Zero Gravity Sport Touring screen, £78Miles covered/time: 950/eight months What’s good: There are some screens I have fitted which have left me cursing, sweating and drilling holes to desperately try and line up the poorly made aftermarket part with carefully made original fairings. The Zero Gravity screen on my 1998 Honda CBR600F is the complete opposite. Not only did it ...

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Product review: Weise Neck Tube

Andy Downes, 15 June 2012 10:40

Weise Neck Tube £15.99Time used: Six months What’s good: This neck tube has been in almost daily use throughout the winter and has managed to make even the coldest and wettest days more bearable. It’s hard to think of a better value bit of kit when you consider its wind- and waterproof yet it remains breathable, too. Worn in combination ...

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Product review: Autoglym visor cleaner

Andy Downes, 22 September 2011 12:44

Autoglym visor cleaner, £12.49 for 500mlTime used: Five years What’s good: I take this tiny bottle of visor cleaner with me everywhere I go as it’s small enough to travel but will last for at least a week or two of constant use when travelling. The price includes a large bottle that you refill the small spray bottle with. I ...

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Accumate Optimate 4 battery charger

Andy Downes, 14 June 2011 13:29

Accumate Optimate 4 battery charger, £50 at MCN Shop Time used: One year What’s good: This Optimate 4 battery charger and optimiser has been in constant use since I got it last year keeping the battery on my 1998 Honda CBR600F in perfect condition. I fitted the permanent battery terminals and have hidden the plug-in socket almost out of sight ...

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Forcefield Pro L2 back protector

Andy Downes, 17 May 2011 10:29

Forcefield Pro L2 back protector, £94.99 on MCN shop Andy Downes Miles covered/time: 15,000 one year What’s good: I owe my life in part to wearing a back protector and as a result I rarely ride without one. This Forcefield Pro L2 has been my almost constant companion in the year I’ve had it and so far it seems to ...

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Product review: Wunderlich Micro Flooter auxiliary lights

Andy Downes, 28 April 2010 14:03

Wunderlich Micro Flooter auxiliary lights £175.75Miles covered/time: 7500 miles/six months What’s good? I had these Wunderlich lights bolted to my BMW K1300R last year and they were brilliant in both quality and the output of light. Fitting takes a dealer about 90 minutes but it could be done at home. Save £££s on motorcycle products Quality is top notch and ...

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