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Product Review: Osram Night Breaker Unlimited bulbs

Simon Patterson, 18 December 2013 15:23

Osram Night Breaker Unlimited bulbs, £24.99 Time tested: 300 miles/2 weeks What’s good? With winter setting in, and me still not being too experienced as a rider, I was after some brighter bulbs to give me a little more confidence in the dark on my Yamaha YZF-R125. These haven’t disappointed; they’ve made a huge difference to my night riding. Osram ...

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Product Review: Furygan Phantom rucksack

Simon Patterson, 21 October 2013 13:30

Furygan Phantom rucksack, £99.95Time tested: Three months/600 miles What’s good? I chose this rucksack because of its generous laptop pocket. It’s got a deep, well-padded pouch that holds two laptops, with space left over. The main pocket isn’t huge, as the ‘narrow at the bottom’ shape of the bag makes it awkward to fit large stuff into it. However, it’ll ...

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Product Review: Bags Connection Baracuda 30 litre rucksack

Ped Baker, 14 October 2013 12:30

Bags Connection Baracuda 30 litre rucksack, £108.36Time tested: 400 miles/two months What’s good? Sublime build quality with thick, lined nylon, 100% waterproof (even the zipped external pocket) and supremely comfortable while riding. A large, padded internal laptop pocket and two mesh dividers (one zipped) keep small items separate. Subtle reflective panels and large looped zip pull are nice touches. It ...

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Product Review: Held Moto-Flash rucksack

Liam Marsden, 30 September 2013 12:30

Held Moto-Flash rucksack, £69.99Time tested: 2000 miles/two months What’s good? There’s loads of space – 30-40 litres – and the roll top means I’m not as limited as I would be with a zip closure. The padded back of the bag means it always feels comfortable on my back and nothing digs in while the straps have plenty of adjustment ...

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Product Review: MSR DragonFly liquid-fuel camping stove

Andy Davidson, 23 September 2013 14:30

MSR DragonFly liquid-fuel camping stove, £125 Time tested: Six years What’s good? I love this stove. I’ve been travelling and camping for as long as I can remember and have used a wide variety. But since I first laid hands on a DragonFly I haven’t used anything else. It can run on petrol, diesel, white gas, kerosene and jet fuel. ...

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Product Review: Kriega R15 Rucksack

Andy Davidson, 02 September 2013 12:00

Kriega R15 Rucksack, £75Time tested: 9000 miles/six months What’s good? Quality – that’s the best way to describe the R15. You can’t deny the build quality of such a rucksack, which comes with a 10-year guarantee. There’s a small harness at the front as opposed to other Kriega bags that have massive ones. It works well enough so I forget ...

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Rucksack Review: Oxford XS35

Liam Marsden, 29 July 2013 14:43

Oxford XS35, £89.95 Time tested: 1800 miles/Two month What’s good? The main compartment is seemingly bottomless and thanks to the rolltop you can stuff in plenty, so long as you can roll the top over once – it’s not as limiting as a zip. The first time I used it I managed to fit a video camera, microphone, wireless receiver, ...

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Book Review: How to Build A Cafe Racer

Ped Baker, 01 July 2013 07:30

How to Build A Cafe Racer £20Time tested: one month What’s good? Whether you were around at the time of the original ton-up boys, or have been hypnotised by one of the many hundreds of achingly cool (some might say pretentious) blogs and websites, it seems we can’t get enough of cafe racers at the moment. So if you’ve got ...

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Product review: Garmin Zumo 220 satnav with Bluetooth headset

Steve Farrell, 23 November 2012 11:46

Garmin Zumo 220 satnav with Bluetooth headset, £399 Time owned: One year What’s good: Its industrial in its level of reliability and durability. Mine has bounced along the road (my own stupid fault). A plastic border around the screen came off and went back on. Otherwise it was unscathed. It's as tough as a rubber ball. It's waterproof and has ...

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Product review: R&G heated grips

Steve Farrell, 25 July 2012 14:37

R&G heated grips, £40 Time used: Four months What’s good: Bike manufacturers’ heated grips can cost £250. This pair is £40 and works perfectly well. The control box can be a weakness on aftermarket grips likes these. The box on the £80 Oxford Products pair these replaced was awkward to use and stopped working. But this one is easy to ...


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