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Product Review: Shark Raw Helmet

Simon Relph, 11 March 2014 11:00

Shark Raw Helmet Price: £189.99-£229.99 Miles covered/time: Over 1300 miles/seven months What’s good? The first time I saw the Shark Raw I really liked the fact it was a well thought-out and different design. I have worn open- face lids for years and have suffered all the problems traditional open-face/goggles combos present. Assuming the goggles fit into the opening of ...

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Helmet Review: Schuberth SR1 crash helmet

Tim Thompson, 11 July 2013 15:32

Schuberth SR1 crash helmet, £529.00 (plain), £599.99 to £649.99 (colours) Time tested: 1500 miles/five weeks What's good? Day one was horrible. Ten miles and a stabbing headache behind my ears signalled an early end, but day two was better, day three a breeze and now, after a five weeks and 1500 miles, I'm relatively happy inside the SR1 and still ...

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Helmet Review: Shark Race-R Pro helmet

Tony Hoare, 17 June 2013 11:34

Shark Race-R Pro helmet, £479.99 Tester: Tony Hoare Time tested: 1000 miles/six months What’s good? Protection levels are high, with a five-star rating in the Government’s Sharp tests backed by the fact I escaped this accident without a head injury. The trackside medics feared I would, but my MRI scans were clear and my spelling remains fyne. The lid is ...

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Helmet Review: HJC RPHA Max flip-front helmet

Tony Hoare, 20 May 2013 09:17

HJC RPHA Max flip-front helmet, £359.99 Tester: Tony Hoare Miles/time: 1800 miles/one month What’s good? I’ve shied away from flip-up lids because I don’t like the image, but the RPHA Max soothed those concerns enough for me to use it on an 1800-mile trip to Italy. It’s essentially HJC’s RPHA10 race helmet, but with the convenience of a flip-front helmet. ...

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Kit review: AGV T2

Liam Marsden, 17 June 2010 10:01

AGV T2, £269.99 (on www.mcnshop.com)Miles covered/time: 2000/two months What’s good? After trying several different makes of helmet to find the right fit for me I went for an AGV on the recommendation of a colleague. The first few times I wore the lid it was uncomfy round the ears, but the lining soon bedded in to the shape of my ...

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Goggle review: Aviator Retro Pilot T2

Marc Abbott, 03 June 2010 16:11

Aviator Retro Pilot T2 goggles, £95 (dark lenses extra £25)Miles covered/time: 900/two months   What’s good? They look fantastic, especially with the optional dark lenses fitted. Provided you remember to pull them on when setting off (many’s the time I’ve had to suddenly go no-handed on the dual carriageway when I realise I’m crying) they’re terribly comfortable once on the move, ...

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Kit review: Scorpion Exo 1000

Laura Kennerley, 09 December 2009 14:48

Scorpion Exo 1000, £265 (plain black is £259) Tester: Laura Kennerley Miles covered/time: 1500 miles/one month What's good? The everclear anti-fog visor didn't steam up once, not even in the most severe downpours the British summer could throw at me. The visor was also a doddle to get on and off, and didn't need locking in to place even at ...

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Shoei Multitec helmet review

Mykel Nicolaou, 22 October 2009 17:24

I swear by my Shoei Multitec flip-front lid (from £333 at www.mcnshop.com) which I use for my on board camera action. Those photographs you see in the paper that are taken over the rider's shoulder to show the road ahead ­could nto have been taken with a full-face helmet on! This lid fits the bill when I'm out on an assignment ...

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Kit review: Ventureshield

Marc Potter, 19 August 2009 10:57

Ventureshield £4.99 Tester: Marc Potter Miles covered/time: 4000/one year What’s good? The self-adhesive coating protects your lid from stone chips and keeps your helmet looking like new. The idea appears to be stolen from the car world where rich blokes in sports cars susceptible to stone chips cover their bonnets with a similar thing. This has been on my helmet ...

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Review: Arai Astro R

Rupert Paul, 12 August 2009 17:03

Arai Astro R, £330 Tester: Rupert Paul Miles covered/time: 20,000/2 years What’s good? It’s an Arai. I’ve had them since 1987 and I can’t stop now. They are nice to wear; exceedingly beautiful to look at, own and clean; and they work. Irritatingly, Arai jiggled about with their headforms a few years ago, so the Astro R didn’t correspond to ...

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