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Triumph Scrambler gets luggage option

Michael Carroll, 12 February 2009 15:24

Triumph motorcycle accessories specialist Norman Hyde has taken a one-sided approach to fitting luggage to the Triumph Scrambler. The Scrambler’s high-level exhausts on the right mean riders can’t fit throw-over panniers, so Hyde’s frame fits to existing mounting points on the left-side only. Compare and buy motorcycle luggage It was developed in conjunction with Givi UK, and takes Givi’s hard cases ...

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Give bad drivers the finger!

Michael Carroll, 11 February 2009 16:58

You might not be able to see much that’s behind you, but these mirrors will show car drivers what you really think of them Shop for motorcycle products online They have a 10mm thread, and cost £5 each. Visit

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Skidmarx parts for 2009 Kawasaki ZX-6R

Michael Carroll, 10 February 2009 10:07

Race-proven motorcycle parts don’t have to cost the earth, as these new Skidmarx accessories for the 2009 Kawasaki ZX-6R show. The firm has just launched a double-bubble screen developed in conjunction with the Gearlink Racing supersport squad. Compare and buy motorcycle products A clear or tinted version costs £50 – just £10 more than an OE replacement – and coloured ...

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Ventura luggage kit for 2009 Yamaha R1

Michael Carroll, 09 February 2009 16:57

Wannabe Nick Sanders can turn their 2009 Yamaha R1 motorcycle into a tourer with this new Ventura luggage kit. Compare and buy motorcycle luggage It’s made up from an L-shaped mounting bracket costing £98; a pack rack (£47), and a choice of bags ranging from 35- to 102-litres capacity. Pictured is a 51-litre bag, costing £100. The same kit can ...

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New fuss-free portable footpump

Michael Carroll, 04 February 2009 15:51

Ditch your bulky footpump for this lightweight version, designed for touring. About the same size as can of chain lube, the pump works up to 160psi and comes with a range of adaptors, all wrapped up in a carry case. £40 from

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Givi S850 holds non-bike sat navs

Michael Carroll, 03 February 2009 17:24

This new Givi bag could spell the end of bike-specific GPS devices. The Givi S850 has a universal holder, designed to carry the majority of popular car navigation devices. Compare and buy motorcycle luggage It mounts to the handlebars or headstock using Velcro tabs, has pockets for your phone or house-keys, and has an output holes to feed a power ...

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New Rok Secure Anchor Plus

Michael Carroll, 30 January 2009 16:21

Here’s a new twist on the traditional motorcycle ground anchor. Rok Secure’s Anchor Plus clamps the motorcycle’s rear axle to prevent the wheel being removed, but also has a pair of rollers that let you rotate the wheel without using a paddock stand. Compare and buy ground anchors It has a hardened steel locking bar and comes in a range ...

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WRP brake discs come to UK road bikes

Michael Carroll, 16 January 2009 10:47

UK riders can now buy aftermarket WRP wavy brake discs for road bikes for the first time. Discs are available for sports and naked bikes including the Honda CBR600RR, Suzuki GSX-R’s, Ducati Monsters, and Suzuki Bandits. They’re made from stainless steel with CNC-machined aluminium centres. Compare and buy brake discs with MCN Prices start at £180. Call 0117-971-9200 for details.

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New online order form for Venhill brake lines

Michael Carroll, 16 January 2009 10:28

Brake hose maker Venhill says a new online ordering system will make it easier to buy custom brake lines. Brake parts for sale A three-step ordering system allows you to pick the length of hose needed – anything from 100mm to 2.4m -, the colour, and all necessary fixtures and fittings. Call 01306-885-111, or visit for details.

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Immobiliser released for scooters

Michael Carroll, 15 January 2009 10:14

Scooter security has been boosted with the launch of a small, battery operated, immobiliser for machines up to 125cc. Made by Acumen, it automatically arms 30 seconds after the engine is switched off, uses its own power supply to avoid draining the scooter’s battery, and is disarmed using a steel touch key. Alarms and immobilisers for sale The waterproof unit ...


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