Motorcycle Parts & Accessories

Kriega US20 tailpack review

Kriega US20 tailpack review

Kriega US20 tailpack, £59 Miles covered: 2400/two years What’s good? A cracking bit of kit that’s easy to use and so simple to fit even a girl can manage it. The stuff sack is fully waterproof and,...

OGIO No Drag Red back pack review

OGIO No Drag Red back pack review

Time owned 4500/10 months What’s good? The compartment opens the other way around meaning the zip is against your back. Large interior space with shoe pockets, loads of storage and a padded laptop...

Product review: Scottoiler FS365 Protector Spray

Product review: Scottoiler FS365 Protector Spray

Best thing about it: As an antidote to the horribly salty British winter roads the FS365 Protector Spray is just one part of the armoury needed to keep corrosion at bay. I use it after every ride when...

Luggage review: Givi T410 tankbag

Luggage review: Givi T410 tankbag

Best thing about it: Use it most days when split down into the lightweight base but can handle some serious amounts of luggage when needed too. Fantastic build quality. I only got this bag to replace...

Tankbag review: Held Task tankbag

Tankbag review: Held Task tankbag

Best thing about it: Cavernous, superbly made and waterproof. 15 litres capacity is enough to fit a change of clothes and shoes for a daily commute or alternatively all the phone, sat nav, chargers,...

Five best products for the Triumph Daytona 675

Five best products for the Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph’s Daytona 675 flies the flag for British sports bike engineering and style. In this weeks’ MCN, we’ll show you how it compares to its rivals on the track. Triumph Daytona 675s for...

Christmas gift of the day: Givi T429 Tank bag

Christmas gift of the day: Givi T429 Tank bag

Christmas is nearly upon us and to help make your shopping easy and hassle free, we'll be bringing you our 'gift of the day' recommendations in the run up to the big day. All of our christmas...

Christmas gift of the day: Biker kit rack

Christmas gift of the day: Biker kit rack

Christmas is nearly upon us and to help make your shopping easy and hassle free, we'll be bringing you our 'gift of the day' recommendations in the run up to the big day. All of our christmas...

The top 5 battery chargers

The top 5 battery chargers

The fact is that in winter most of us will use the bike less. When the weather's bad weekend riding is less appealing and over the Christmas break there's usually too much going on to get out on the...

The top 5 biking backpacks

The top 5 biking backpacks

MCN's sister title RiDE recently conducted an in-depth test in order to find out which are the best backpacks for motorcyclists. Here's their list of the top 5 backpacks available today. Click...

The 10 best parts for the Kawasaki Versys

The 10 best parts for the Kawasaki Versys

The name 'Versys' apparently stands for versatile system. This may sound a bit cheesy and marketing-led, but it actually describes the funky Kawasaki 650cc parallel twin...

Top marks for Scottoiler

A week ago I emailed Scottoiler Ltd to ask for some advise because my scottoiler, which is about 10 years old, started dumping all it's oil very quickly. They replied the next day saying that as it was old if I sent it back to them they would replace it with a new one at a greatly reduced price. It came 2 days later and is on and works fine, top marks to scottoiler ltd scotland...

Tom Tom Rider Spares Fiasco

TomTom Spares fiasco. In 2006 I bought the TomTom Rider to use on my HD Ultra. It was over £300 & since then I have spent about another £150plus on maps & downloads. As a gadget it is great until that is the bike mounting bracket cracked cutting off the power. Despite its 2005 intro date TomTom have produced the Rider 2 which has a different mounting bracket & has stopped supplying...