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New kit news
New kit news

Innovation is always on the horizon in the motorcycling world, and that means there’s no shortage of new kit being released, but how can you keep track of everything when it’s moving so quickly?

We’ve scoured every corner of the motorcycle industry for all the newest kit releases, so you can stay up to date with the latest and greatest every week – right here, with MCN’s New Kit News.

New kit this week

Keeping your digits warm and dry when the weather conspires otherwise can be a challenge at any time of year. The new Kumaji 3.0 is armed with a waterproof membrane and fleece lining designed to ensure that they do, and packs a CE 1 KP punch for protection too. They’re a textile construction with goat leather reinforcements and touch screen finger tips.
Accessory experts Oxford’s filtered earplugs have been around for a while now, but they’re now available in a ‘small’ fit to cater for a wider audience. The clever bit is that they cut down noise by a measured 23dB, but still allow the sounds you want to hear, such as your engine, other road users and emergency vehicle sirens.
The latest addition to Portuguese helmet manufacturer NEXX’s 2024 range is the streetfighter inspired X.WST3. It’s available as either a multi-composite or carbon version and features a unique vibration dampening layer between the inner and outer EPS. Other innovations include spring loaded side plates which create an air tight seal between visor and beading.
Spanish firm Andromeda is at the forefront of sustainable synthetic kit, and the Infinity boot is the latest in their cruelty free, vegan friendly range. Constructed using a micro fibre upper and rubber sole, they’re both breathable and waterproof, with moulded external TPU armour and adjustable ratchet straps for a secure fit.
Herts based GB Racing’s FIM approved secondary engine protection is now available for BMW’s F series range of parallel twins, covering the F900, 800 and 750. Precision manufactured in the UK from high impact composite material, parts include alternator, clutch and water pump covers, available separately or as a set.

Last weeks’s releases

Keep your mitts clean and protected when working on your bike with Oxford’s reuseable workshop gloves. They’re waterproof and washable, with a flexible non-slip PU coating on the palms to ensure you always have a firm grip of your tools. Sizes range from medium to extra large and they come in packs of three. CE certified for mechanical use.
New to HJC’s 2024 range, the C10 features a lightweight polycarbonate shell with a generous eye port and the firm’s Advanced Channelling Ventilation system for full longitudinal airflow. Certification is to ECE 22.06, and it comes in a range of sizes from 2XS to 2XL. Graphics include this snazzy Brad Binder rep.
Keep it casual and stay dry this summer with this slim fit CE AA certified hoodie. The outer softshell construction features ripstop for durability and a waterproof Aquashell membrane, with a storm flap at the front and a detachable hood. Protection includes D3O CE level 1 armour for shoulders, elbows and back, and it’s available in navy or black.
Although they’re easy to fit, removing cable ties can be a whole different ball game if you want to avoid damaging delicate wiring looms - which is where this neat tool comes in. The twin flat blades fit neatly under the tie’s head, allowing you to snip it off confidently with one squeeze of the rubber gripped spring loaded handles.
Developed in partnership with legendary bike builder Roland Sands Design, UK wheel specialists Dymag’s latest product has been crafted for optimised performance on both road and track. Debuted on Peter Hickman BMW S1000RR at this year’s NW200, the Sector are available to pre-order in a wide range of sizes and colours.

Tune in next week for even more brand new kit finds to keep you on the edge.

In the meantime, you can satisfy your kit craving with our picks of the best bargains on biking kit right now. Or, check out more of the latest motorcycle news, here on MCN.

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