Kit Reviews

New Prize Bike - CCM SR-40

New Prize Bike – CCM SR-40

06 Nov 2009

Our new prize bike, a CCM SR-40, joins the FT-35s for our prize bike giveaway. The SR-40 is a retro style bike inspired by scramblers from the early 70’s. Below is the full specification and some more images of the bike.

Ear-Plugs continued ...

Ear-Plugs continued …

11 Sep 2009

Since yesterday, I have learned two new things about my ear-plugs. Firstly, when a house or car alarm a few streets away goes off in the middle of the night, and the sound feels like it is piercing your brain and you’ll never sleep again, these moulded ear plugs block out the sound completely. They […]

Custom Made Ear Plugs

Custom Made Ear Plugs

20 Aug 2009

I have long been aware that wind noise contributes massively to the fatiguing effects of riding a motorcycle; pretty understandable given that at motorway speeds the volume inside a helmet is apparently the equivalent to having a pneumatic drill pounding away at you. So I had been toying with the idea of getting some personal […]

Waterproof leathers from Hein Gericke

Waterproof leathers from Hein Gericke

15 Jul 2009

I took a chance with buying a pair of allegedly cool, waterproof, protective, perforated leather motorcycle jeans from Hein Gerickes Luton branch. Neither Charlie nor Tim had used them but their basic position was HG would not compromise their brand by selling something which was not up to the job. They are also Goretex and […]

BMW F800GS Review

BMW F800GS Review

29 Jun 2009

I have finally had to admit defeat and accept that, after fracturing my scaphoid and having it pinned, my wrist is not as strong as it used to be. Therefore, riding my 749 has become increasingly painful even on the shortest of journeys.  Once I finally got passed my stubborn streak and realised that perhaps […]

DAB digital radio on a motorbike

DAB digital radio on a motorbike

23 Jun 2009

Knowing I am going to get merciless stick from m’learned friends for having yet another gizmo on my bike I’ll admit another one – this time a DAB radio. On the RBLR 1000 endurance ride, having the Lions match to listen to whilst flooging up from Edinburgh to Wick was a much needed distraction from […]

Schuberth C3 lid review

Schuberth C3 lid review

16 Jun 2009

I had heard a lot of good things about the Schuberth C3 and having ridden 600 miles in a day with the very noisy Carberg I decided to try out a Schuberth. I popped into Helmet City’s shop cum farm, where the guys let me put my soaking wet gloves on the heater. I tried […]

Datatool Alarm Review

Datatool Alarm Review

05 Jun 2009

I have a datatool alarm fitted to my bike, and have so far found a number of pro’s and con’s.  Naively, I had hoped for merely pro’s when buying the bike. Pro’s: You can leave the bike anywhere without having to carry a lock of any sorts; There is no possibility of riding off like […]

The importance of being leather

The importance of being leather

14 May 2009

So, the other week I had a mare … I split a zip on my leathers. Not the flies, which would imply too many pies (and as Chef proved you can ride for years with a busted fly and no-one notices), but the calf zip! I blame training for cycling the London to Brighton next […]

Aerostich Roadcrafter

Aerostich Roadcrafter

02 May 2009

It is a pity you can only buy these suits in the US or import them as a personal import because for a commuter or someone who has to wear a suit they are brilliant. My Roadcrafter is plain black, and is pretty waterproof but won’t withstand a biblical deluge. However even in monsoon like conditions […]

Parents guide to kitting out a teenager on a scooter or learner bike

Parents guide to kitting out a teenager on a scooter or learner bike

24 Mar 2009

If you are a parent who is reading this because your son or daughter is getting a scooter or their first small motorbike and you are terrified, read on. You know your own kid, but rather than make a confrontation of it, maybe controlling the risks is a better plan.

Cold weather riding kit

Cold weather riding kit

04 Mar 2009

If there isn’t snow on the road, I ride, so my cold weather gear has got to be good. A 600 mile day is not unusual for me – on my old man’s Beemer GS – and over the years,

Tom-Tom Version 1 and Version 2 V Garmin Zumo 550

Tom-Tom Version 1 and Version 2 V Garmin Zumo 550

13 Feb 2009

I am an all year round rider and I have now had three motorcycle satellite navigation systems. The first was the Tom-Tom version 1, which packed up after less than a year. The software was brilliant, the mapping was excellent. Unfortunately the build quality was rubbish, and I gave up on this.

Contact Us

Call us on 0800 783 6191 to speak in to a member of our team, complete our contact form or email us on mail@whitedalton.co.uk and we'll call you back. Office hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Client Feedback

White Dalton have handled 1000's of motorcycle accident cases over the years. Here is some feedback from some of our recent clients...

Clear, detailed & professional

My case was dealt with properly

Mark

Professional

Professional and very understanding from all angles especially being a biker

Russell

The case was handled superbly

The case was handled superbly, we were kept informed, what and what not to expect, Everything was handled brilliantly!! Thank you very much guys!!!

KR

Contact Us

Call us to speak in to a member of our team. Or fill out our contact form and we'll ring you back. 0800 783 6191

0800 783 6191

Our phone lines are open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

We Ride, We Know...

White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors are Britain’s most specialist motorbike accident compensation claims solicitors, dealing with all legal aspects of motorcycle accident compensation claims.

Every one of our motorbike solicitors rides and we have total motorbike experience. We have years of experience in successfully gaining compensation for motorcyclists injured on the road.