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  • Alpinestars GP Pro jacket

    09 November 2016 by Michael Neeves

    Alpinestars GP Pro jacket

    Time used Five years/20,000 miles What’s good? Everyone has their favourite, slightly scruffy black leather biker jacket – one they adore and just keep coming back to again and again. This is mine:...

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  • RiDE Review: Sidi Armada GoreTex

    04 November 2016 by RiDE Reviews

    RiDE Review: Sidi Armada GoreTex

    Excellent boots with more going on than meets the eye. Velcro flap over the zip can be removed to put the boots into a more summery mode. There’s a stretchy top panel at the rear, and an elasticated...

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  • Rated: Knox Handroid gloves

    02 November 2016 by Dan Sutherland

    Rated: Knox Handroid gloves

    Tester Dan Sutherland Time tested: 1700 miles What’s good? The Knox Handroid is certainly a glove that looks the part. The twist-action Boa lacing closure at the wrist and exo skeletal structure along...

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  • Rated: AIM SmartyCam GP HD

    01 November 2016 by Emma Franklin

    Rated: AIM SmartyCam GP HD

    Tester Emma Franklin Time tested Two race meetings What’s good: This professional-spec bullet camera both records all your on-track action in 1280p HD and also instantly creates data overlay graphics,...

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  • RiDE Review: Daytona Road Star GTX

    01 November 2016 by RiDE Reviews

    RiDE Review: Daytona Road Star GTX

    Lower than other touring boots, these heavily built Daytonas are instantly comfortable. The calf width is adjustable, and there’s the choice of a wide fitting at no extra cost. They’re good to walk in...

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  • Petzl Tikkina head torch review (£13.11)

    27 October 2016 by Richard Newland

    Petzl Tikkina head torch review (£13.11)

    What’s good about the Petzl Tikkina head torch? This is very much at the budget end of the head-torch spectrum, but I took the plunge on the basis that it was from a solid brand, and had attracted a...

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  • RiDE Review: Shark Skwal

    13 October 2016 by RiDE Reviews

    RiDE Review: Shark Skwal

    The slightly square back of the Skwal doesn’t affect its stability, even at speed. It is a squeeze to get on, but it’s comfy with a pleasantly non-sweaty liner. The field of view is deep and wide,...

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  • Rated: Aldi balaclava

    12 October 2016 by Simon Relph

    Rated: Aldi balaclava

    Time used: 2000 miles What’s good? If you feel the cool, then this is just the job. I always hold off with the extra layers until I really need them. I don’t worry on short runs, but if I’m out for...

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  • Rated: Oxford Products X30 Tailpack

    12 October 2016 by Andy Calton

    Rated: Oxford Products X30 Tailpack

    Time tested: Six months/1500 miles What’s good? This pack has its own bungee straps and Velcro attachments so it’s easy to get things in place. The size suits a day trip or a weekend break for one and...

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  • Suomy Halo review

    12 October 2016 by Liam Marsden

    Suomy Halo review

    Time used: Five months/600 miles What’s good? I used to really like Suomy helmets and for as long as they were being brought into the UK they were my helmet of choice – they fitted my head perfectly.

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  • Top 5 race boots for under £300

    12 October 2016 by MCN News

    Top 5 race boots for under £300

    MCN SHOPRace boots represent the pinnacle of riding protection for your feet, ankles and shins. Solid cups should keep your heels and toes guarded against crushing, as should a solid shank in the sole that...

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  • RiDE review: Nolan N87

    12 October 2016 by RiDE Reviews

    RiDE review: Nolan N87

    The N87 is quiet at low speed but gets a little noisier above 100mph. The field of vision is good and the seam of the Pinlock never obstructs the view. The multi-adjustable sun visor, operated by a...

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  • RiDE review: HJC FG-ST

    11 October 2016 by RiDE Reviews

    RiDE review: HJC FG-ST

    The FG-ST feels like a high-spec lightweight lid, from the smart matt-finish paint to the smooth, non-itchy liner. The field of view is good and deep, so the seam of the Max-Vision Pinlock never gets...

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  • Caberg Drift helmet review (£209.99)

    10 October 2016 by Tony Hoare

    Caberg Drift helmet review (£209.99)

    What’s good about the Caberg Drift helmet? Caberg are normally associated with cheaper helmets with thermoplastic shells, but this is part of the Italian firm’s attempt to move upmarket. The Drift has...

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  • Spada Pilgrim riding shoes review (£99.99)

    04 October 2016 by Simon Brown

    Spada Pilgrim riding shoes review (£99.99)

    What’s good about the Spada Pilgrim riding shoes? These look great. When you ride a retro like my Ducati Scrambler it seems daft turning up with full-on boots, but wearing footwear that’s not designed...

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  • Nexx XG100 Bolt helmet review (£199.99)

    30 September 2016 by Ped Baker

    Nexx XG100 Bolt helmet review (£199.99)

    What’s good about the Nexx XG100 Bolt helmet? It’s certainly individual. In both looks and design the XG is like no other helmet I’ve used before. With studs for a sun peak and a clip-on visor the...

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  • Kriega Hydro-3 hydration pack review (£89)

    27 September 2016 by Michael Guy

    Kriega Hydro-3 hydration pack review (£89)

    What’s good about the Kriega Hydro 3 hydration pack? Kriega have a well-deserved reputation for producing high-end bike rucksacks and luggage - and this Hydro-3 backpack lives up to their standards.

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  • Schuberth E1 helmet review (£599.99)

    26 September 2016 by Andy Davidson

    Schuberth E1 helmet review (£599.99)

    What’s good about the Schuberth E1 helmet? Schuberth’s new E1 helmet is based on their C3 Pro flipfront but with a different chinbar, a more off-road suitable liner and a removable peak. Subtle...

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  • Bell Qualifier DLX helmet review (£179.99)

    23 September 2016 by Tony Hoare

    Bell Qualifier DLX helmet review (£179.99)

    What’s good about the Bell Qualifier DLX helmet? The visor on this mid-priced Bell helmet is one of the finest innovations in my 15 years of reporting on motorcycling products. It’s by a company...

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  • TCX Lady X-Boulevard boots review (£139.99)

    20 September 2016 by Alison Silcox

    TCX Lady X-Boulevard boots review (£139.99)

    What’s good about the TCX Lady X-Boulevard boots? From first wear these have been comfortable, both on and off the bike, taking very little breaking in. I’m riding a Harley-Davidson Street 750 this...

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  • Weise Romulus gloves review (£74.99)

    19 September 2016 by Simon Brown

    Weise Romulus gloves review (£74.99)

    What’s good about the Weise Romulus gloves? Decent, understated protection that won’t leave you too much out of pocket. One aspect that drew me to the Romulus gloves was that they have passed CE...

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  • ARMR Moto Kiso 2 jacket review (£99.99)

    19 September 2016 by Andy Calton

    ARMR Moto Kiso 2 jacket review (£99.99)

    What’s good about the ARMR Moto Kiso 2 jacket? ARMR Moto are a relatively new name that promises good quality, affordable products and this Kiso 2 Textile jacket certainly delivers that. It’s...

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  • Roland Sand Dezel gloves review (£80)

    15 September 2016 by Adam Child

    Roland Sand Dezel gloves review (£80)

    What’s good about the Roland Sand Dezel gloves? These retro gloves are dripping in quality and style. They not only look authentic, but feel amazing; the palms are so soft it almost feels like you’re...

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  • Held waterproof overboots review (£29.99)

    09 September 2016 by Tim Thompson

    Held waterproof overboots review (£29.99)

    What’s good about the Held waterproof overboots? It’s summer, so you’re wearing summer boots – vented ones, I’d guess, perhaps a tad racy and certainly without a waterproof membrane. Then it rains and...

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  • Dainese Latemar Gore-Tex boots review (£270)

    08 September 2016 by Andy Downes

    Dainese Latemar Gore-Tex boots review (£270)

    What’s good about the Dainese Latemar Gore-Tex boots? These waterproof boots saw me through a cold and very wet winter of riding with no issues at all. They were comfortable immediately and even in...

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  • Oxford Aqua 12 rucksack review (£39.99)

    06 September 2016 by Alison Silcox

    Oxford Aqua 12 rucksack review (£39.99)

    What’s good about the Oxford Aqua 12 rucksack? It’s bright, retina-burningly bright, but that means it stands out well against my black riding gear. The size of the bag is great, it’s only 12 litres...

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  • Alpinestars S-MX Plus boots review (£259.99)

    05 September 2016 by Richard Newland

    Alpinestars S-MX Plus boots review (£259.99)

    What’s good about the Alpinestars S-MX Plus boots? I’ve worn Alpinestars Supertech R boots ever since the Italian firm released them, and despite trying several other brands and boots down the years,...

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