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Leathers review: Berik 8320 one-piece suit

Chris Newbigging, 10 September 2010 17:41

Berik 8320 one-piece suit, £499.99 Miles covered/time: Three months/1000 milesWhat’s good? Fit, style, price and protection. Disappointingly I’d only spent a 1000 miles in this suit before gravel came between the road and my tyres, and I came to earth with a heavy thump at 35mph, sliding across rough tarmac chippings into a ditch. Save cash on motorcycle leathers The ...

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Make your BMW S1000RR’s lights symmetrical

Chris Newbigging, 22 March 2010 17:21

A German parts shop is selling a sticker to give BMW’s S1000RR’s headlights a symmetrical look. Save £££s on motorcycle products The cheeky modification uses the standard fairing, but by surrounding the smaller of the two lights with a black surround shaped like the larger light, the S1000RR has a more conventional symmetrical look to the casual observer. The K46 ...

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Tool review: Clarke Professional Wire Lock Pliers

Chris Newbigging, 16 March 2010 14:31

Clarke Professional Wire Lock Pliers £18.79Miles covered/time: One year/many metres of wire What’s good? Racing rules dictate that oil drain plugs and filler caps need to be lock-wired for safety, and the neatest/most secure way to do it is to use pliers like these. Feed the wire through a hole in the part and whatever solid part you lock it ...

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Tool review: Halfords Professional 10-piece Combination Spanners

Chris Newbigging, 05 March 2010 16:52

Cost: £29.99 Miles covered/time: One year/countless tasks What’s good: Cheap spanners are a pain in the arse – even if they fit nuts properly to start with they soon wear, causing slips which knacker fasteners and graze knuckles. So far these have fitted perfectly every time, and the chrome vanadium finish is holding up despite getting wet and damp on ...

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How to: Modify your 125

Chris Newbigging, 10 June 2009 10:04

Part of the joy of owning a bike is making it your own – but when you’re starting out it’s easy to get it wrong. As well as the question of taste, there are also legal implications with certain changes, especially when it comes to increasing power and noise. Compare and buy motorcycle products MCN has compiled this simple guide ...

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New Yoshimura slip-ons for 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa and B-King

Chris Newbigging, 29 February 2008 16:12

Yoshimura has also unveiled new slip-on silencers to suit the new 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa and B-King. The B-King silencers are slash-cut to suit the naked motorcycle look, and save 2.9kg of weight as well as giving an undisclosed power and torque increase. The cans are road legal with the removable baffles fitted, and removing them gives you a track day ...

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Ventura luggage rack for Suzuki B-King

Chris Newbigging, 28 February 2008 10:22

Ventura has created this luggage system to give the Suzuki B-King some potential as a touring motorcycle as well as a muscle bike. The kit includes two bespoke rails which mount on the tail piece, and you can then select from a grab rail, a Sport Rack and a full-sized Pack Rack (shown). For the pack rack, you can then ...

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