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SBK Generations video game announced

Liam Marsden, 05 March 2012 15:27

SBK Generations, the latest video game in the World Superbike franchise published by Black Bean Games has been announced, along with a release date of May 2012 on Xbox, Playstation 3 and PC. Black Bean Games promise SBK Generations will be the 'ultimate motorbike racing experience, and largest motorbike game'. Looking at the first screenshots (right), not much appears to ...

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Drift HD Action Camera

Liam Marsden, 16 November 2011 14:25

Drift HD Action Camera, £329.99 Time owned: One month What's good?: The little LCD screen on the top of the camera is a brilliant idea, allowing you to line up your shot quickly and easily. The lens is rotatable through 170°; meaning no matter how you line the unit up, the shot will always be the right way up. The ...

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Knox Aegis back protector

Liam Marsden, 15 February 2011 17:36

Knox Aegis back protector, £99.99Miles covered/time: 500/seven monthsWhat’s good: Compared to other back protectors I’ve used this has bags of adjustability, the waist strap can be adjusted vertically, and as well as the main Velcro strap there are two stretchy ones at the sides to fine tune the strap for maximum comfort. It comes with two kidney protectors which can ...

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Product review: Flick the Beast VHS

Liam Marsden, 07 December 2010 17:14

Flick the Beast, Kevin Schwantz VHS, £10.99 from online retailersTime owned: 20 years What’s good: I used to watch this video religiously between the ages of three and five. This video, coupled with my dad being a biker got me interested in biking in the first place. Save £££s on motorcycle DVDs The rather dry, unenthusiastic commentary and the cheesy ...

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Kit review: Forcefield Pro L2 back protector

Liam Marsden, 07 July 2010 11:44

Forcefield Pro L2 back protector, £94.99Miles covered/time: 1000/one month What's good? After being properly measured up for this back protector, it fits much better than my previous Forcefield and feels much more secure. Due to the fact it fits properly it also conforms to my shape as my body heat softens it ­ After a long, hot ride it's incredibly ...

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Jacket review: Spidi JK Tex

Liam Marsden, 23 October 2009 15:43

Spidi JK Tex jacket, £169.99Miles covered/time: 1000 miles/three months What's good? This jacket is brilliant. It’s a very lightweight textile jacket meaning it’s perfect for riding in seriously hot weather (or all year round if you’re from up North like me). Save £££s on motorcycle jackets The vents work exceptionally well and due to the lightweight of the jacket it ...

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Shut out the winter chill with Rev'it Infinity winter suit

Liam Marsden, 29 October 2008 11:31

The Inifnity one-piece winter suit from Rev'it is designed to offer all-weather protection, without all the set backs that come with two-piece suits.  The loose, pre-shaped fit of the suit is designed so the suit can be worn over other layers of clothes, be it casual clothes or a thermal layer. To get in and out of the suit a zip ...

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Top security tips to keep your motorcycle safe

Liam Marsden, 16 October 2008 14:00

Motorcycle theft will always be a problem whether you own a Chinese 50cc scooter that cost you £825 or a 1000cc sports bike that costs £8995 so motorcycle security is a big issue. Sadly, theft will never be totally eradicated, but you can at least slow the thieves down long enough for you to pick up your bat and say ...

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The best type of tyres for you

Liam Marsden, 04 September 2008 12:30

Perhaps one of the most important things on any motorcycle is the tyres and it's important that you choose the correct type of tyres for your bike and your style of riding. If all you do is commute to work through city traffic then it would be daft to go for the most expensive race-orientated rubber you could find, a ...

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Oxford Products launch back protector range

Liam Marsden, 04 June 2008 09:41

Oxford Products has taken its first foray into the world of motorcycle protection clothing with the launch of its 'Max Protection' range of back protectors. In the first independent tests carried out on the back protectors (for a consumer magazine), the back protectors were rated the best on test and have received an official CE level 2 standard for protection. ...

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