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Product Review: TomTom Rider

Simon Relph, 11 February 2014 11:00

TomTom Rider: £349.99 Time tested: 6500 miles/9 months What’s good? It’s pretty simple to fit so within 30 minutes I was sitting on my bike, TomTom Rider mounted neatly on the handlebars, powered from the bike’s 12v supply and connected via Bluetooth to my helmet intercom (paired up in a matter of minutes.) I was ready to go! Well . ...

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Product Review: Oxford Tyre Gauge Pro

Tony Hoare, 18 December 2013 16:25

Oxford Tyre Gauge Pro, £19.99 Tested for: Two years What’s good? Investing in a decent tyre pressure gauge has encouraged me to save money in two ways – firstly, it’s made sure I don’t lose the thing (better to invest £20 in one decent gauge than waste it on a succession of cheap, nasty ones). Secondly it’s encouraged me to ...

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Product Review: Oxford Boss Alarm disc lock

Simon Patterson, 02 December 2013 16:00

Oxford Boss Alarm disc lock, £74.99Time tested: Five months What’s good?  Bright, chunky and clearly marked as alarmed, this ticks all the boxes as a visible deterrent for thieves, and with its big 14mm shackle, it’s not going to be removed in a hurry without some pretty hardcore tools. It’s got a built-in alarm that’s easy to activate – just ...

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Product Review: Knox Aegis level 2 back protector

Simon Patterson, 09 September 2013 12:00

Knox Aegis level 2 back protector, £89.99Time tested: 900 miles What’s good? I’ve never worn a back protector before and wasn’t sure what to expect in terms of comfort, but once I’ve got this on and positioned properly (it needs to sit lower than I initially thought) I soon forget it’s there. There’s good waist and shoulder straps that mean ...

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Luggage Review: Richa Designer Mini Tank Bag

Alison Silcox, 15 July 2013 09:50

Richa Designer Mini Tank Bag, £49.99Time tested: 1000 miles/ 1 month What’s good: I like this handy little tank-bag it’s plain, simple and good quality. The overall size is quite small at 11 litres but ample for days out or to hold essentials on a longer trip. I’ve fitted my spare visor and waterproofs in the main section whilst the ...

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Accessories Review: Knox Urbane armoured shirt

Steve Hunt, 24 June 2013 13:09

Knox Urbane armoured shirt £130Time tested: 600 miles/2 months What’s good? I don’t always want to look like every other biker on the road and these are the times when I reach for Knox's 'undershirt'. Made predominantly out of a stretch, mesh fabric but with some softer, quilted sections on the shoulders and  cotton areas on the chest and back, ...

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Product review: Kiddimoto Evel Knievel Kurve

Nick Lemon, 24 October 2012 10:24

Kiddimoto Evel Knievel Kurve £69.99 (matching helmet £34.99 - gloves £7.99) What’s good: Kurve is the newest addition to the award winning Kiddimoto range of wooden toddler balance bikes. The brilliant design is perfect to start children learning how to ride a bike and develop cycling skills before they get a bike with pedals. Suitable from ages two and upwards, ...

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Book review: How your motorcycle works by Peter Henshaw

Marc Abbott, 24 September 2012 15:19

How your motorcycle works by Peter Henshaw, £9.99 What’s good: My brain absorbs pointless detail. I could tell you the numberplate of the Renault 14 we had in the early 1980s (DRW 722T, if you’re interested), but would struggle to explain adequately to my daughter how the planets revolve around the sun. If, like me, after 15 years of riding ...

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Luggage review: Givi T470SM small tank bag

Michael Neeves, 14 September 2012 09:44

Givi T470SM small tank bag, £52.50 and T460B universal ‘Tank Fitting System’ (TFS), £17.33Miles covered/time: 2753/one week What’s good: I used this on an intense week-long riding trip to Italy and France. The universal TFS base straps easily around the frame rails and headstock of my Ducati Streetfighter 848 and the tank bag clips even easier to the base, for ...

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Product review: Moto-trek Comet 350

Adam Child, 30 July 2012 12:30

Moto-trek Comet 350, £100 day hire (or £34,464 to buy)Miles covered/time: 450/four weeks, plus two weeks living. What’s good: It combines a luxurious motorhome with a spacious garage, rather than having either a motorhome and trailer or the more commonly used van and caravan like most racers. The front of the Comet accommodates up to four people on the move, ...


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