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Warm, dry, hi-viz kit

Michael Carroll, 19 February 2009 10:41

Stand out from the crowd with this high-vis combo from Weise. The Buzz jacket and trousers are made from 600-denier, abrasion-resistant textile, with CE-approved hard armour on shoulders, elbows, hips and knees. Both have removable thermal linings and are claimed waterproof. The jacket and trousers come in S-5XL and cost £120 each. Details:

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Novelty bike lighters come in handy

Michael Carroll, 18 February 2009 15:05

Sometimes it’s handy to have a lighter, even if you’re not a smoker. These novelty items work just as well, but let you show off your biking blood. Standard versions cost £4 each, and windproof items £5.

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Knox ‘honeycomb’ back protector

Michael Carroll, 18 February 2009 11:43

Knox’s latest Kompakt back protector takes the bulk out of preventing injury. Compare and buy back protectors The CE-approved protector is one of the lightest available in the UK, weighing just 600g, and the design means it can be rolled up and stowed in a small travel bag. The protector uses a honeycomb construction to soak up impacts, and uses ...

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Video: Airbag motorcycle jacket crash tested

Michael Carroll, 13 February 2009 08:45

MCN attended an exclusive demonstration of the Point Two airbag jacket this week. The test, arranged by Radio 1’s Newsbeat programme, took place at Goodwood, and saw stuntman Rob Hunt lob himself off a battered Yamaha TZR125 not once, but twice. He said the jacket made him feel like the Michelin man, but reckons it would work well on the ...

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Devil exhausts for new Yamaha R1 and Suzuki GSX-R1000

Michael Carroll, 12 February 2009 16:47

Add a throaty roar to your 2009 Yamaha R1 or Suzuki GSX-R1000 motorcycle with these Devil exhausts. The cans are road legal, but come with an optional connecting pipe that ditches the catalyst for track use. Exact power and weight figures will be revealed when the cans launch in March. The R1 cans cost Eur813 excluding VAT (roughly £839 including ...

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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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Graves exhausts for the 2009 Yamaha R1 and R6

Michael Carroll, 12 February 2009 09:53

Any excuse to show you another picture of Graves Motorsports’ latest offerings for the new Yamaha R1… Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts We’ve just had word that Graves has an official UK dealer, so you can get your metal fix for less than it would cost ordering from across the pond. For the latest R1 exhausts, plus a stack of ...

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Cult biker film Stone available on DVD

Michael Carroll, 12 February 2009 09:43

Cult biker film Stone will be available on DVD for the first time in the UK from April.20 – 35 years after it was first released. Motorcycle DVDs for sale The two-disc DVD set features extras including the original movie trailer, a ‘making of’ documentary, and footage from a party to mark the 25th anniversary of the film’s release in ...

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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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Jardine exhausts come to the UK

Michael Carroll, 11 February 2009 14:23

Jardine Performance Products is bringing its 37 years’ experience of making bike exhausts to the UK for the first time. Heading the charge is the RT5 end can for the 2008/09 Honda Fireblade, which is available in stainless steel for £399, and titanium or carbon fibre for £475. Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts The can is also available for the ...


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