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Helmet Review: HJC IS-17 helmet

Simon Patterson, 23 September 2013 14:30

HJC IS-17 helmet, £139.99 Time tested: Five months/1400 miles What’s good? For a relatively budget-priced helmet, I’ve been really impressed with this HJC. It has an integral sun visor, comes with a free Pinlock anti-fog insert, and it looks lovely, with a metallic-effect white gloss paintjob. I’ve mainly used it for commuting and riding around town and it offers good ...

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Clothing Review: Held Carese Jacket & Torno Trousers

Richard Newland, 26 August 2013 11:00

Held Carese Jacket (£529.99) & Torno Trousers (£399.99)Time tested: 9000 miles / 4 months What’s good? Great riding kit comes into its own when the elements are against you, and as motorcycles are my primary source of transport (legs excepted) all year round and in all weathers, the kit I wear is very important to me. This Carese jacket / ...

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Clothing Review: BMW TourShell suit

Ian Jubb, 19 August 2013 07:00

BMW TourShell suit, £425 (jacket) and £340 (trousers)Time tested: 5270 miles/four months What’s good? As with all BMW products, this suit oozes quality and even the labelling makes it feel special. Then wearing it adds further to the sense of occasion, because the fit is like that of a bespoke woolen suit and for my 6ft 6in frame the extra ...

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Tyre review: Michelin Pilot Road 3

Andy Downes, 26 November 2012 11:15

Michelin Pilot Road 3 tyres, £235 (approx)Miles covered/time: 1000 miles/six months What’s good: I tried a set of these Michelins on a Honda CBF1000 that I was running over winter a while back and they were amazing. Sticking them on my old 1998 Honda CBR600F has transformed the braking, handling and wet grip. The bike is so much better than ...

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Jacket review: Tucano Urbano Libeccio AB

Mykel Nicolaou, 13 November 2012 11:40

Tucano Urbano Libeccio AB jacket, £169.99Miles covered/time: 2000/eight months What’s good: They don’t come any more stylish and practical than this all year round use jacket. It’s a well cut piece of kit, with CE approved protection on the elbows and shoulders and a neat removable inner quilted liner makes it ideal for urban riding all year. I particularly like ...

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New Drift HD camera to film your ride

Marc Abbott, 08 November 2012 13:29

The new Drift HD Ghost camera is now available in the UK, and is designed to let you capture every moment of your ride – whether that’s freestyle motocross, a track day or Alpine tour – in glorious high definition. Features of the new camera include a two-inch LCD screen, claimed three-hour battery life, the ability to take photos while ...

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Helmet review: Arai RX7 GP

Richard Newland, 19 October 2012 14:40

Arai RX7 GP helmet, £699.99Miles covered/time: 40,000/three years What's good? Helmets are a very personal choice, but I’ve been wearing Arai for 19 years – not for any irrational brand-loyalty reason, but simply because they fit my head like a, er, glove. The GP is the range-topping Arai – carbon aside – and with the exception of the minor demerits ...

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Best tyres for a Kawasaki ZZR1400

MCN, 24 September 2012 15:53

Q. I am currently using Avon Storm 2 Ultras on my Kawasaki ZZR1400 but fancy trying Bridgestones what should I try, BT023 or S20s? I’m not a track day loon but I like to get a move on. But I want them to last a bit!Ninja12, MCN forums A. The problem with the 1400 is that is a bit of ...

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How do I clean my radiator?

MCN, 21 September 2012 17:17

Q. Is there a product or a process to clean aluminium radiators and oil coolers? You could eat your dinner off the rest of my bike but these get covered in crap and corrosion. It can't be good for their efficiency and looks naff. Pressure washing is going to flatten the fins and over-aggressive chemicals could be a bad idea ...

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Drop-down visors: are they any good?

Anonymous, 29 August 2012 11:55

What are your thoughts on internal drop-down sun visors? Are they worth having? Debthehog, MCN forums The only downsides to them are that a few can become loose and rattle inside your helmet or drop down of their own accord (and if we’re honest here, we don’t think they look as cool as a tinted visor). But among our forum ...

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