Product Reviews

Wemoto extend YSS shock absorber range

Posted: Tuesday 29 October 2013 at 15:19 PM / Product Reviews

  Internet parts specialist Wemoto has responded to continued high demand for increased motorcycle and scooter model fitment options for the range of YSS shock absorbers. YSS has become the world’s largest manufacturer of aftermarket motorcycle shock absorbers largely due to its high quality and competitive pricing. Every YSS component is made ‘in-house’ at the […]

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Kushitani Racing – swanky Japanese leathers available in the UK

Posted: Tuesday 22 October 2013 at 12:17 PM / Product Reviews

For motorcycle leather connoisseurs, Kushitani Racing is the clothing equivalent of HRC. For others, it’s another Japanese brand they’ve never heard of. Kushitani has been making motorcycle leathers for 60 years now and they’ve had a few ‘firsts’ in their time: –       First manufacturer to offer knee armour in all their suits –       First to […]

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Lighter than the speed of light

Posted: Monday 14 October 2013 at 16:43 PM / Product Reviews

Shorai inc are based in California and are the worlds principal producer lithium iron phosphate power sports batteries. These batteries are lighter, more efficient and higher performance than traditional lead acid batteries; also Lithium Iron batteries don’t suffer from chemical degradation, which causes the lead acid batteries to fail when they are left sitting. Shorai […]

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MotoGP Phone

Posted: Monday 14 October 2013 at 12:07 PM / Product Reviews

Give your phone a MotoGP makeover. Martin Heath Photography has launched a range of phone covers with MotoGP photo thermally embedded onto the surface, which will not fade or peel off. This is a great way to protect your phone from scratches and damage, but you also get a cool picture of a motorbike. What […]

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AGV Pista GP, first impressions

Posted: Tuesday 01 October 2013 at 12:19 PM / Product Reviews

Can you put a price on your head? My first car cost £400. It was a red 1984 Mini (on the logbook at least) and it had the previous owner’s nickname scrawled across the rear windscreen in huge white letters. He told me it was a great runner, pointed out the good bit (singular) and […]

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The STIHL SE 61 Wet & Dry Vacuum

Posted: Thursday 29 August 2013 at 09:13 AM / Product Reviews

QUALITY CLEANING WITH STIHL The STIHL SE 61 Wet & Dry Vacuum From the brand renowned for its quality power tools, the STIHL SE 61 wet and dry vacuum cleaner achieves a good, clean result with minimal fuss. The STIHL SE 61 wet and dry vacuum cleaner is a classic demonstration of the STIHL commitment […]

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A perfect piece of kit for any bike journey…

Posted: Thursday 25 July 2013 at 22:36 PM / Product Reviews

A perfect piece of kit for any bike journey… This unique waterproof portable power pack will recharge most 5v devices, including smart-phones, tablets and for boats, a GPS and chart-plotter.  This rechargeable power bank has a decent 7800mah capacity, giving most phones at least 4 charges before it needs a recharge itself. The Aqua Trek […]

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ICON Drift 3

Posted: Thursday 27 June 2013 at 14:21 PM / Product Reviews

It’s coming! Very soon! July 2nd in fact. The drifting boys on bikes return with their third movie Driftpocalypse. If you haven’t seen them in action before check out the links below for the previous videos and if you have seen them then re-watch the videos, they’re ace. We can’t wait to see this latest […]

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Posted: Wednesday 29 May 2013 at 15:51 PM / Product Reviews

Tyred of going around in circles, Michelin has put the pressure on with six new rubber models that won’t leave you feeling deflated. John has made me promise to write this whole piece without a single tyre pun in it. Frankly I’m under enough pressure (you’re fired – JH), but I’ll do my best… I […]

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Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyre test

Posted: Friday 03 May 2013 at 11:41 AM / Product Reviews

The Pirelli Diablo Rosso II is another tyre with a Diablo name. We went to Magny-Cours circuit and the roads around it to see how the Diablo it feels. Pirelli Diablo Rosso II rear section. More durable compound in the centre, softer on the shoulder. The Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyre test rides were based at Magny-Cours […]

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