Grab yourself a deal on sportsbike and naked kit | Bargain Hunter bank holiday special

It’s a bank holiday weekend, and that means two things: biking and bargains! In this page I’ve thrown together what I consider to be some of the best deals around right now for sportsbike and naked bike riders, so you can save serious cash and stock up while the going’s good.

I couldn’t believe the savings on some of this selection. A few of the bigger-ticket items have several hundred quid off!

Bank holiday bargains

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Price: £119.97 (was £199.95)
There’s over £80 off these goatskin gloves, making them fantastic value for street riding. They even have touchscreen-ready capacitors on the index fingers so you can control your phone or sat-nav without taking them off.

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Price: £19.99 (was £32.99)
Sold Secure Gold-approved, unmissably yellow and less than £20? If you’re leaving your bike anywhere, you might as well treat yourself to this little gem of a deal.

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Price: £89.99 (was £149.99)
These AA-rated stretchy denim jeans are an absolute steal, with £60 off the RRP! They also come recommended by our sister title RiDE Magazine.

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Price: £672.25 (was (£999.99)
Save well over £300 on these fetching trackday-ready leathers with back protection.

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Price: £99.99 (was £149.99)
Drop-down integrated sun visor, Pinlock ready and a five-year warranty for £100!

MCN Head of Digital, Gareth Evans, said: "If I were starting my riding career over again, I’d definitely put the Ridill on my list of essential kit. You’ve got to have a helmet regardless, but this one proves you don’t have to spend silly money to get something comfortable, quality and laden with features."

Read our full Shark Ridill 1.2 Phaz review

And if you’re in the market for a new sporty lid, check out our selection of the best sportsbike helmets we’ve tested recently first.

Massive savings on tyre sets

Find out how you can save even more over your whole biking life and learn to change your own tyres at home. We’ve also pulled together a selection of the best sportsbike tyres on the market right now for different types of rider.

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Price: £299.00 (was £430)
MCN Chief Road Tester, Michael Neeves, said: "The Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV Corsas are an even better all-around high-performance road tyre than the stickier Super Corsa SP.

"They fit between the SP and Diablo Rosso IV in their range and are designed for fast road riding and track days. I can vouch for their grip on the track, having ridden a BMW S1000RR on them at Mugello at their launch.

"Aside from slightly slower steering characteristics and a firmer ride, you’d be hard pushed to tell them apart from a Super Corsa SP."

Read our full Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa IV review

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Price: £117 (was £167.17)
MCN Chief Road Tester, Michael Neeves, said: "Fitted to an MT-07 test bike, the biggest compliment you can give is the RoadSmart IVs feel just like a sports tyre.

"The naked’s steering is light and there’s none of the stodgy resistance through the bars you’d get from old-school sports touring rubber as you peel into a corner. They’re stable, happy at full lean and have more grip than the Yamaha can dish out on the road in the dry."

Read our full Dunlop Roadsmart IV review

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Price: £286 (was £408.58)
MCN Chief Road Tester, Michael Neeves, said: "Unless you’re doing something really daft it’s impossible to find the edges of rear grip on the road, the M9 RRs are light-steering changing direction and warm-up nice and quickly, too.

"With Metzeler’s test rider being able to carry more lean and get on the throttle harder in testing, they claim the new rubber is 3.4 seconds faster than the old M7 RR around the long Pergusa track in Sicily and 2.5 seconds quicker at the shorter Binetto circuit.

"Like its sports touring Roadtec 01 sibling the M9 RR has seriously impressive wet weather straight line braking grip and hang on under the force of brutal acceleration. You can only trouble the ABS and traction electronics if you’re dishing out the kind of brutality you’d never dream of on the road, so there’s a huge safety margin."

Read our full Metzeler Sportec M9 RR review

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