Skip to content

Motorbike Product Reviews - Search Results

You looked for...

and found 17 items

Matches found in Motorcycle Products

Results 1 - 10 of 17

leading article image
rating is 0

Product Review: Klim Badlands Pro Jacket and trousers

Michael Guy, 12 November 2014 17:00

Klim Badlands Pro Jacket and trousers, £599 and £455 (were £749 and £569) Time tested: Four years/6500 miles What’s good? This is a true state-of-the-art suit designed for the hardcore adventure rider. Made with a Gore-Tex three-layer Pro Shell outer to ensure it’s 100% waterproof the suit features D3O armour throughout. Arguably its greatest asset is that the designers at ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Product Review: Exo2 heated jacket

Michael Guy, 14 January 2014 16:00

Exo2 heated jacket, £259.99 Time tested: 3400 miles/three months What’s good? The arrival of the Exo2 heated jacket has been a genuine game changer for me this winter. Despite having ridden through December, January and February for the last 20 years, up until now I was a heated clothing virgin. I‘d piled on the layers and dealt with being cold ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Boots Review: Alpinestars Tech8 boots

Michael Guy, 28 May 2013 08:56

Alpinestars Tech8 boots, £349.99 Tester: Michael Guy Miles/time: 1200 off-road miles/three years What’s good? Like a lot of motorcyclists I take protection seriously whether it’s one-piece leathers on the track, fully-armoured textile jacket on the road or knee braces and armour off-road. Thankfully in recent years I haven’t treated my body like the crash test dummy it used to be, ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Rukka N2S Windstopper thermals top/long johns

Michael Guy, 23 May 2011 16:27

Rukka N2S Windstopper thermals, £84.99 top/£84.99 long Johns Miles covered/time: 300/four months What's good: These are Rukka's top of the range motorcycle thermals and they're clearly a pair of very high quality items. Made from wind-stopping material for extreme winter riding conditions the N2S thermals also double up as a base layer to wick moisture away from your skin to ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Forcefield Action Shirt

Michael Guy, 23 May 2011 15:58

Forcefield Action Shirt, £154.99 Miles covered/time: 1000 (all off-road)/one week What's good: Compared to a lot of body armour which can be heavy and bulky the Forcefield Action Shirt is a breath of fresh air. It's lightweight while having high quality Nitrex CE-approved armour positioned on the elbows, shoulders and chest. The actual shirt itself is made from a breathable ...

leading article image
rating is 1

Trouser review: Rukka Kalahari

Michael Guy, 08 April 2011 13:00

Rukka Kalahari trousers, £549.99Miles covered: 3500/four months What's good: Like the Kalahari jacket the trousers are high quality and feel it weighing in at 2.3kg. They are fitted with flexible armour with protection on the knees and hips. Rukka Kalahari trousers for sale They can be zipped directly to the jacket for extra warmth and feature a number of easily ...

leading article image
rating is 3.5

Jacket review: Rukka Kalahari

Michael Guy, 08 April 2011 10:30

Rukka Kalahari jacket, £749.99Miles covered/time: 3500/four months What's good: From the moment you pick up the Kalahari jacket you know it’s a quality bit of kit. Weighing in at 2.7kg it feels like a jacket capable of dealing with the British winter and it is. I’ve used the jacket in sub zero temperatures, snow and heavy rain and it hasn’t ...

leading article image
rating is 2.5

Leather suit review: Arlen Ness Racing suit Kangaroo titanium

Michael Guy, 05 March 2010 16:45

Cost: £799.99 in the MCN shop Miles covered/time: 4500/18 months What’s good: This is the second titanium race suit I’ve had from Arlen Ness and I rate it highly. I crashed Max Biaggi’s Alstare Suzuki at the end of the 2007 WSB season wearing my first set. Get the best deal on leather suits in the MCN Shop In the ...

leading article image
rating is 2

Glove review: Arlen Ness racing gloves

Michael Guy, 05 March 2010 16:42

Cost: £95 Miles covered/time: 3800/18 months What’s good: High quality leather and masses of protection mean that they are lasting well. They have good knuckle armour and impact absorbing rubber padding on the back of the hand to protect your metacarpals if you are unfortunate enough to slam the back of your hand down onto the tarmac. Get the best ...

leading article image
rating is 0

Motorcycle Boots review: Alpinestars Supertech R

Michael Guy, 05 March 2010 16:35

Cost: £285 Miles covered/time: 300/two months What’s good: Used by top racers around the globe the GP Tech boots are some of the best race boots available. In the limited time I’ve had them they’ve already proved their credentials in terms of protection when I crashed at Brands Hatch the second time I wore them. Get the best deal on ...


Compare Insurance

Save money by comparing quotes. It's quick and easy

Motorcycles for sale


It's only £13.99 to advertise your motorcycle on MCN

Sell your Motorcycle

Motorcycle pricing tool

New! Find used bike prices

MCN Shop

With over 18,000 products, MCN shop is the best place to buy your biking kit