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Product Review: Rev’It Seesoft back protector

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Rev’It Seesoft back protector, £29.99 Time tested: 13000 miles/one year This is an optional accessory for my Rev’IT suit, which has been in from the very beginning and I’ve never once noticed it was there. It’s soft, comfy and doesn’t make my back sweat like some other back protectors do. If you’re not one for faffing with a separate back ...

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Product Review: HJC R-PHA10 helmet

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

HJC R-PHA10 helmet, £284.99 Time tested: 20000/two years What’s good? This helmet’s been under my desk for a lot of this year as it’s a couple of years old, but I pulled it out of retirement for the long days of the Tunisia trip. It’s one of the comfiest helmets I’ve worn and it still fits snugly, with room for ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars S-MX6 Gore-Tex boots

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Alpinestars S-MX6 Gore-Tex boots, £229.99 Time tested: 12,000 miles/one year What’s good? Like the suit, these boots have been used in temperatures well below zero as well as in the heat of the Sahara and they’ve been faultless. They’re some of the best fitting boots I’ve ever used and the lining is lovely and soft. They’ve endured a year of ...

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Product Review: Rev’It Neptune GTX suit

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Rev’It Neptune GTX suit, (jacket, £379.99, trousers £289.99) Time tested: 13,000 miles/One year What’s good? This is a very versatile suit, and it has to be since Rev’It has aimed it at four-season riders. The outer layer is just that, an outer layer holding the armour. Inside that is a removable waterproof Gore-Tex lining that takes care of keeping you ...

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Product Review: Knox Covert gloves

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Knox Covert gloves, £99.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/three months What’s good? These are my first pair of waterproof gloves that aren’t insulated for winter,  and I’m pretty pleased. They’re thick enough to keep a bit of cold out in the mornings, but not so much that they sacrifice feel. Knox’s OutDry technology has so far worked at keeping the water ...

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Product Review: Givi WP401 80 litre roll bag

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Givi WP401 80 litre roll bag, £83.46 Time tested: 3500 miles/one monthI’ve no idea how I’d ever fill this bag, because it’s so big it’ll create its own weather system if you keep it shut for too long. It’ll probably hold whatever you want to take and keep it all completely dry, too. It can be fitted lengthways or widthways ...

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Product Review: Oxford X.9 leg bag

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Oxford X.9 leg bag, £19.99 Time tested: 3000 miles/two weeks I’m not sure why people think they need one of these. Most motorcycle jackets and trousers come with pockets, don’t they? I found I couldn’t fit much in – my wallet, passport and phone took up the bulk of the room. It came in handy off the bike though as ...

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Product Review: Caberg TourMax Sonic Helmet

Liam Marsden, 09 July 2014 08:00

Caberg TourMax Sonic Helmet, £214.99 Time Tested: Two months/800 miles What's good? Before I started using this helmet, I thought flip down sun visors were stupid. Now I realise they're practical (but till look stupid). It's nice to not have to worry about getting caught out with a dark visor on the way home. There's plenty of room for spectacles ...

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Product Review: Oxford Aqua 50 roll bag

Liam Marsden, 02 July 2014 09:00

Oxford Aqua 50 roll bag, £59.99 Time tested: Five months What’s good? This rollbag seems to use the same technology as Mary Poppins’ bottomless bag. All at once I’ve fit in a tent, sleeping bag, roll mat, other camping gubbins, all my clothes for a week plus electric chargers and still had room to spare. And because it’s a rollbag ...

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Product Review: MyCro onboard video camera

Liam Marsden, 11 June 2014 08:30

MyCro onboard video camera, £100*Tester: Liam MarsdenTime tested: Two weeks *Price subject to exchange rate What’s good? The current market leader for onboard video cameras, GoPro, sells its top camera for close to £400. The little box you see here costs £100 – but the gap in price certainly isn’t echoed by such a large gap in quality. And unlike ...

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