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Product review: Motovudu2

Michael Neeves, 25 February 2014 11:00

Motovudu 2, Dark art of Performance, £19.99Tester: Michael NeevesTime used: All 93 pages in two sittingsWhat’s good? Ex-500cc GP and WSB star Simon Crafar’s first book dealt with all the riding tips you need to go fast around a track, from the perspective of a man who’s won at the very highest level. Reading the first Motovudu, and getting tuition ...

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Declare your bit on the side

Tony Hoare, 22 May 2013 11:39

The 101-year-old British sidecar manufacturer Watsonian Squire has released this tongue-in-cheek t-shirt. It features an image of a 1950s Monza outfit that was used in the original promotion at the time, and the ‘Mr Watson’s Bit On The Side’ comment refers to the company’s founder, Fred Watson. Watsonian Squire is doing well enough with sales of sidecar conversions to have ...

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Longer reach for CTEK chargers

Tony Hoare, 17 May 2013 15:16

There’s not always enough cable on a battery charger to reach from the plug to your bike, which is why charging specialist CTEK has added an extension lead to its range. The 2.5-metre cable extends the range of the CTEK XS 0.8 charger to allow for wall-mounting of the charger or for those who want to charge their bike’s battery ...

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Explorers love a hug

Tony Hoare, 15 May 2013 10:18

Bodywork specialist Skidmarx has developed and released a hugger for Triumph’s Tiger Explorer XC, designed to keep crud off the rear shock. Triumph don’t make a hugger for the bike, either as original fitment or as an optional accessory, so there’s a gap in the market. The hugger is available in either gloss black fibreglass or carbon-fibre and weighs 750g ...

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Beta Tools release Milwaukee rep toolbox

Tony Hoare, 02 May 2013 16:20

Italian tool company Beta Tools is sponsoring the Milwaukee Yamaha British Superbike team and has released a limited edition toolbox kit. It’s a replica of the set-up the team wheel onto the grid at the start of BSB races, with the exception of lacking accommodation for a generator, which the average mechanic doesn’t need. The base unit has three drawers and a separate ...

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Touratech kits out new water-cooled BMW R1200GS

Andy Downes, 20 February 2013 10:07

The new water-cooled 2013 BMW R12000GS isn’t even in dealers yet but that hasn’t stopped aftermarket off-road specialists Touratech from getting to work with a full list of goodies for the adventure bike. Touratech has been making mouth-watering bolt-ons for the GS and many other adventure bikes for years and the GS is about the best catered for of all. ...

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Winter bolt-ons for Honda NC700

Marc Abbott, 23 November 2012 13:06

Pyramid Plastics have just announced three new products to protect the Honda NC700 range from road muck over the grimier months. Firstly, the plastic Integra Hugger is said to require no drilling and be fitted in five minutes. It costs £50. A £16.90 Integra Ductail increases the length of the stock rear mudguard by five inches. Again, there's no drilling ...

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GoPro Hero3 HD launched

MCN, 17 October 2012 16:19

GoPro has today launched their latest and most advanced onboard camera, the HD Hero3. GoPro say the new camera is 30% smaller and 25% lighter than the Hero2. Three variations will be available; the top of the range Black Edition, the 'prosumer grade' Silver Edition and the budget White Edition. The range-topping Black Edition is capable of recording cinema-quality 4K (3840x2160) ...

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New bike instructor Autocom kits

Marc Abbott, 23 August 2012 12:48

A new kit from communication firm Autocom is aimed squarely at bike instructors. The Dual Power kit costs £299 and is said to be easy to install and effective up to 100mph. The company also says it will last for 24 hours on one charge and is available with optional integrated Bluetooth for connection with a mobile phone (this version ...

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Powerbronze Triumph Explorer hugger

MCN, 27 July 2012 17:25

This new Powerbronze plastic hugger is designed for the Triumph Explorer and said to involve no modification to the swingarm. It’s also claimed to protect the shock from dirt and roads debris and keep the undertray clean. It’s available in black or carbon-look finishes, pre-drilled and supplied with all necessary fixings and full instructions. More info, and to buy: www.powerbronze.co.uk ...

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