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Product Review: T-Cut scratch remover

Emma Franklin, 10 September 2014 17:00

T-Cut scratch remover £6.99 Time tested two scratches What’s good It does exactly what it says on the tube – removes light scratches. My Hayabusa picked up two mystery scratches not long into my tenure; one on the front mudguard and the other on the bulge in the fairing that covers the clutch. Having black paintwork meant that these pair ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars GPX gloves

Tony Hoare, 10 September 2014 17:00

Alpinestars GPX gloves, £99.99 Time used: Three months/3000 miles What’s good? It has all of the hand protection of a full-on race glove, including a bridge between the two smallest fingers and a hard knuckle guard, but doesn’t demand the faff of fitting a lengthy cuff either over or under a textile jacket, which is what I wear for the ...

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Product Review: Kappa WA405F rollbag

Al Silcox, 10 September 2014 16:30

Kappa WA405F rollbag, £46.27 Time owned: One month/750 miles What's good? This 40-litre roll bag is cavernous. I used it for a long weekend away recently and my gear barely touched the sides. It's very practical with two included bungee straps that secure to the bag and then attach to the bike. Once anchored to the bike it’s surprisingly stable. ...

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Product Review: Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans

Steve Hunt, 03 September 2014 16:30

Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans, £360 Time tested: Four months What’s good? These are made from waterproof denim and are abrasion and temperature resistant, but still look and feel like proper jeans. A fully waterproof and windproof layer is the key to the success of these trousers, a membrane responds to additional heat - or cold - and opens or closes ...

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Product Review: Bike HUD

Tony Hoare, 03 September 2014 16:30

Bike HUD, £397 (currently £297) Time tested: Two months/1500 miles What’s good? Despite the doubtful comments from most who’ve seen it, it works. This is a small screen that sits just in front of the rider’s cheek and makes it a matter of a small flicker of the eyes to collect information like road speed, gear position, time and outside ...

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Product Review: Dark Sky weather app

Simon Patterson, 03 September 2014 16:30

Dark Sky weather app, £2.99 Time tested: Four months What’s good? It’s a weather forecasting app that uses ultra-localised data to give you the exact forecast for the next hour, wherever you are, meaning you can ride away from impending rain, find a café or at the very least get my waterproofs on. The app uses weather radar info for ...

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Product Review: Astars Tyler down jacket

Michael Neeves, 03 September 2014 16:30

Astars Tyler down jacket, £279.99 Time used: Six months What’s good? Aimed at scooter and city riders, this lightweight, thermal casual jacket has elbow and shoulder armour, plus pockets to take back and chest protectors. The main body of the jacket is made from quilted body-warmer-type material and comes with loops to thread around your riding jeans’ belt buckle straps ...

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Product Review: Astars Duly Sound Disk beanie

Michael Neeves, 03 September 2014 11:43

Astars Duly Sound Disk beanie: £34.99 Time used: Nine months What’s good? Music in a hat? Whatever will they think of next? This is brilliant piece of kit, which is basically a knitted beanie hat with a pair of slim-line speakers fitted neatly inside. Plug it into your iPod etc and you can spend hours in your garage listening to ...

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Product Review: Oxford Track Pump with gauge

Michael Neeves, 28 August 2014 08:40

Oxford Track Pump with gauge, £29.99 Time used: Seven race meetings. What’s good? When my twin-cylinder Sealey foot pump broke 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: Sealey twin-cylinder foot pump

Michael Neeves, 27 August 2014 16:48

Sealey twin-cylinder foot pump: £11.17 Time used: One racing season. What’s good? I’ve been using this for regularly for racing, as well as keeping my road bike, pushbike and car tyres inflated. The double cylinder gives more bang for your buck and the unit is pretty sturdy. Sometimes the metal frame on cheap footpumps like this can be too thin ...


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