Kit Reviews

Yamaha R6 Review

Yamaha R6 Review

09 Feb 2018

Review of the Yamaha R6 motorbike. Whilst we all sit here waiting for the warmer weather to arrive I thought I would review the brand new Yamaha R6 I had last summer.

Yamaha MT-09 Review

Yamaha MT-09 Review

17 Mar 2014

Some of you who follow our Twitter and Facebook feed will see that I had a Yamaha MT-09 for a day whilst my Honda CBR600RR had new chain, sprockets and rear tyre fitted.

Bagster Spider seat bag review

Bagster Spider seat bag review

22 Jul 2013

As some of you may know I replaced my R125 with a very nice orange and black CBR600RR. I love the sports bike shape but had one slight issue

Sat-nav proves spot on

Sat-nav proves spot on

28 Sep 2012

I’m a man who likes to keep it simple and multifunctional – and that means I’ve had my trusty paper map of the UK – just 99p from Morrisons, for many years now. It’s followed me from car to bike and although it’s lost half its cover all the key bits are still there.

Forcefield Pro L2K Review

Forcefield Pro L2K Review

03 Jul 2012

I recently decided to accept that at my age I don’t have much chance of bouncing unhurt in the event of an accident :?, and therefore it would worth investing in a decent back protector to add to my hoards of kit.

Givi E52 Maxia Top Box Review

Givi E52 Maxia Top Box Review

31 May 2012

An unadorned motorbike tends to be a thing of beauty – but occasionally it takes on the role of workhorse. Chef bites the bullet and updates his luggage.

Triumph Tiger Explorer Review

Triumph Tiger Explorer Review

17 May 2012

I will cut straight to the chase. I had the Triumph Tiger Explorer out for two days and I bought one.

Adventure tourer comparison

Adventure tourer comparison

The Triumph Explorer back to back with the Ducati Multistrada 1200, Honda Crosstourer and BMW R1200GS

Shoei Qwest Review

Shoei Qwest Review

Feeling a little light-headed? Size matters – particularly when buying a helmet. Chef reviews his latest lid.

Triumph Tiger Explorer as a pillion

Triumph Tiger Explorer as a pillion

11 May 2012

I have just been for a ride on the back of the Triumph Tiger Explorer, Andrew’s other choice of bike in the running to replace the Ducati. Andrew took me out to give the pillion seat a little test. You can read here what I thought of the Honda Crosstourer, and what I look for […]

Triumph Tiger Explorer Preview

Triumph Tiger Explorer Preview

10 May 2012

Andrew has a Triumph Explorer to test over the next few days. Here is a photo preview of the test bike he has and I am sure Andrew will have the results of his initial tests of the bike to put up here. If you are a Triumph Explorer owner tell us your thoughts on […]

Honda 1200 Crosstourer first ride review

Honda 1200 Crosstourer first ride review

04 May 2012

I have been looking at a more practical bike to replace the beautiful but feisty Ducati Multistrada. Two bikes are in the frame, the Triumph Explorer and the Honda Crosstourer, and I took the Crosstourer out in greasy, cold conditions and covered about 100 miles of urban (into and out of North east London) A […]

Pillion on the Honda 1200 Crosstourer

Pillion on the Honda 1200 Crosstourer

I must now have a fair few thousand pillion miles under my belt. And it is true to say that whilst I really enjoy being a pillion, there is no doubt that my enjoyment is affected by the bike itself!

Custom made ear plugs by Ultimate Ear

Custom made ear plugs by Ultimate Ear

02 May 2012

There’s a time in a man’s life when he has to face the truth. No longer is he a macho riding god, a cool rider oblivious to the elements, a rider in the storm. Here’s my review of custom made ear plugs by Ultimate Ear.

Scala Rider Q2 Pro review

Scala Rider Q2 Pro review

22 Feb 2012

After having run out of ideas for mods to bolt onto my Yamaha, I decided to turn to adding some creature comforts

Fog City Insert - has my one died too quickly?

Fog City Insert – has my one died too quickly?

10 Nov 2011

I have ridden into London and up to Birmingham in foggy, drizzly weather, with the Fog City inner visor in my Shoei Qwest and I was surprised that I was getting fogged up – so that I was riding with my visor up at motorway speeds. My I nor visor has done about 4500 mile […]

Multistrada Test Ride

Multistrada Test Ride

14 Oct 2011

Good Afternoon one and all, I hope you are all enjoying this final blast of summer to get out there and ride your bikes before we find ourselves under a blanket of snow

Multistrada tank range

Multistrada tank range

29 Jul 2011

Ducati claim a 200 mile tank range for the Multistrada but I get a bit anxious at about 165 miles but I am a bit throttle happy.

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