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Product Review: Bell RT helmet

Andy Downes, 23 July 2014 10:30

Bell RT helmet, £175 Time tested: 10 months/1000 miles What’s good? This is the first time I have ever tried an open-face helmet and it has taken some getting used to. I got hold of it for the launch of the new Indian cruisers held at Sturgis in America last year and even though helmets are not compulsory in North ...

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Product Review: On the Road. Growing up in Eight Journeys – My Early Years

Phil West, 23 July 2014 10:30

On the Road. Growing up in Eight Journeys – My Early Years, by Richard Hammond, £18.99Miles covered/time: Read in a week or two What's good? A humble, pleasant sort of bio, this, with a few biking references most of us will identify with and which mark the Top Gear presenter out, not just as a car nut, but a true ...

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Product Review: Furygan Akira Jacket and Shifter trousers

Andy Davidson, 23 July 2014 10:30

Furygan Akira Jacket and Shifter trousers, £389.99, £319.99 Time tested: 4 months, 3,800 miles What’s good? I’ve used this Furygan two-piece set to commute in both the sun and rain, for track riding and on a 1000-mile roundtrip to the Black Forest, Germany and back and they haven’t let me down once. They are quality products with a high level ...

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Product Review: Oxford Track Pump with gauge

Michael Neeves, 23 July 2014 00:00

Oxford Track Pump with gauge, £29.99 Time used: Four race meetings. What’s good? With my twin-cylinder Sealey foot pump breaking on me after just a year (letting air out of the tyre when you connect it), I decided to give this upright track pump a go. It’s more expensive than a conventional foot pump, but it’s easier to use, you ...

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Product Review: Astars Fastlane Waterproof shoes

Michael Neeves, 16 July 2014 11:00

Astars Fastlane Waterproof shoes, £119.99 Time used: Seven months What’s good? These riding shoes are my new favourite piece of biking kit and I haven’t worn conventional bike boots since I’ve had them, apart from when I’m in leathers. They suit the ‘jeans and jacket’ riding kit I wear while pottering about on my BMW S1000R long-term test bike. They’re ...

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Product Review: Givi EA109 leg wallet

Andy Davidson, 16 July 2014 11:00

Givi EA109 leg wallet, £19.40 Time tested: Three months/3500 miles What’s good? This leg wallet is a fantastic answer to bulging pockets. If you don’t like the look or feel of a bumbag and don’t want the restriction of a rucksack then a leg pouch is the answer. Two adjustable straps keep the bag in position on your upper leg, ...

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Product Review: Sidi Mag-1 Boots

Richard Newland, 16 July 2014 10:30

Sidi Mag-1, £279.99 Time tested: 1400 miles / two months What’s good? The fit on Sidi’s new Mag-1 is fantastic. The micrometric fasteners allow you to ratchet the three key fitting points to perfection for every ride, regardless of how thick your socks are, or whether you’re wearing them inside jeans, or outside leathers. It takes a few journeys to ...

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Product Review: AGV K3-SV helmet

Tony Hoare, 16 July 2014 10:30

AGV K3-SV helmet, £149.99-£179.99 Time tested: Three months/2000 miles What’s good? The combination of aggressive, sporty looks and a reasonable price will make this helmet attractive to a lot of people. It’s also more practical than the looks might suggest, with a dropdown internal sun visor and provision for the optional AGV Share Bluetooth communications system, which costs an extra ...

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Best back protectors under £100 on MCNshop.com

MCN, 12 July 2014 08:00

A back protector is a worthy part of any rider’s kit. It helps protect ribs, lungs and kidneys in the event of a tumble, as well as keeping your spine covered. A decent one will secure via shoulder and waist straps, and will cover a large area of your back. Look for Level 2 of the CE standard, which absorbs ...

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Product Review: ProGuard BikerPlugz

Tony Hoare, 09 July 2014 08:30

ProGuard BikerPlugz, £14.99 Time tested: Two months, 2000 miles What’s good? There are lots of positives to these reusable earplugs, which are far superior to the basic foam earplugs I’d used for my previous 12 years of motorcycling. These are more comfortable, block out less of the noise I want to hear while also reducing the windblast that I don’t ...

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