AGV T-2 Agostini ReplicaWhat Agostini would have done to wear a lid like this back in the day.The AGV T-2 is a class lid and features a Carbon Kevlar shell – available in three sizes – with a removable and washable Coolmax lining.Decent sized vents aid cooling and channel air flo...
Alpinestars SuperTech TouringThe things to have in a monsoon. Both sides of the boot are Velcro’d, while a waterproof strip in the front keeps water away from an interior lacing system.On the other side of that there’s a Gore-Tex lining stitched into one of the most comfortable s...
Alpinestars ScoutThe Scout feels comfortable as soon as it’s worn for the first time.All the armour sits where it should and is well proportioned. The collar that folds out of the jacket is a good idea, but it’s a bit fiddly to get it back in flat, otherwise it digs into your bac...
Alpinestars SP-1Although the SP-1 looks clean and crisp in white, they felt awkward and clumsy to wear.The forearm leather pinches when getting into a crouch and it’s difficult to get your arms into the jacket because the lining catches. The back and shoulders are also restrictiv...
Alpinestars Trigger For leathers at the lower end of the Alpinestars price range, this suit feels really well made and close fitting.They’re simple to get on and off and feel comfortable to move around in. The Trigger certainly doesn’t feel heavy, and will definitely make the wea...
around the streets of Urbino on a scooter as a youth. Nationality helped too with running top-notch Aprilias from the age of 16 - doesn't hurt rider development.4. A fantastic grounding in motorsports of all kinds, thanks to exposure to minimotos, off
You've got to keep your wits about you, trail riding in Wales
JUNE 2010's sport-touring sales faired best in an otherwise depressed market, according to recent statistics released by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCI).Sales in the increasingly popular sector rose last month by 1.3 per cent on the same
Silverstone WSB Race Results (2)1 35 Crutchlow C. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 37'48.348 (168,603 kph) 2 65 Rea J. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 2.070 3 2 Camier L. (GBR) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 8.834 4 91 Haslam L. (GBR) Suzuki GSX-R1000 13.232 5 52 Toseland J
% of the overall vote. Although normally the same height as a bike, the Cayenne 4x4 monster may explain why the German car giant is third in the poll. Land Rover (13%) and Mercedes (6%) make up the rest of the top five, proving that if you have a large vehicle
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