Earplugs

  • PLUG THOSE LUGS!

    PLUG THOSE LUGS!

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    Right you lot, did you know that during February we had ‘Tinnitus Awareness’ week? Nope, we didn’t either, but we reckon it’s still worthwhile retrospectively telling the motorcycling fraternity at large about how ear plugs can help you: so, hear/here goes… (see what we did there?) Specialist earplug manufacturer Auritech marked Tinnitus Awareness Week by…

  • Launch ride: Triumph Bonneville T100

    Launch ride: Triumph Bonneville T100

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    It was only a matter of time until this happened. As popular as the Bonneville range has been, what Triumph could really do with was a smaller capacity machine, one that’s suitable for new riders, even those on restricted licences. So, the T100 was a no-brainer really: take the 900cc engine from the Street Twin,…

  • My bike: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRx

    My bike: 2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XRx

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      64 year-old Chris Foreman, a part-time telecoms consultant from Hertfordshire, gives us the low-down on his adventurer…   I’ve been riding since 1969, and haven’t been without two wheels since. I typically cover about 5000 miles per year, and also have a 1981 BMW R100RS (1981) and a Sym Symphony 125 that fits in…

  • Review: TĀG sound system from Headwave

    Review: TĀG sound system from Headwave

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    Reviewed by: Mikko Nieminen // RRP: Euro 299 // Info: www.headwave.de TĀG is what the German manufacturer Headwave calls the world’s first concert capsule, designed for listening to music while wearing a helmet. Installation is super-easy. All you need to do is to clean the helmet and then attach the TĀG on the lid by…

  • Review: Squidgy custom earplugs from Ultimate Ear

    Review: Squidgy custom earplugs from Ultimate Ear

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    Reviewed by: Mikko Nieminen // RRP: £65+p&p // Sizes: Custom fitted // Colours: Red, yellow, green, blue, blue/red, clear I had been meaning to get custom earplugs made for years, but never quite got round to it. Something always got in the way. Then last year at Motorcycle Live in the NEC I bumped into…

  • VIDEO: Ultimate Ear custom earplugs moulded

    VIDEO: Ultimate Ear custom earplugs moulded

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    So Morebike.co.uk’s Mikko had to get plugged up for his earplug casting. Why? Well, it makes us laugh to see his face when the cold blue goo is piped into his head. Oh, and it’s important to protect your hearing too! See what the process looks like here: VIDEO: Ultimate Ear custom earplugs moulded

  • Schuberth C3 Pro womens motorcycle helmet review

    Schuberth C3 Pro womens motorcycle helmet review

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    Schuberth C3 Pro womens motorcycle helmet From £499.99 | www.tranam.co.uk | 01425 620580 | Tested by Carli Ann Smith It may weigh just 1570g, but the flip-front C3 Pro is no lightweight when it comes to features. The Pro has 23 changes from the original Schuberth C3 – including a rear spoiler, reduced noise levels,…

  • 326hp Kawasaki H2R spits flames on the dyno

    326hp Kawasaki H2R spits flames on the dyno

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    This year’s Motorcycle Live is proving to be the best ever, with some truly awe-inspiring bikes on display, from Ducati’s Scrambler to Yamaha’s R1; Honda RC213V-S to the incredible Kawasaki H2R. Kawasaki unveiled the Ninja H2R to a huge crowd, first warming it up, and teasing onlookers with the throaty roar of this track-only machine.…

  • New Pinlock motorcycle ear plugs filter wind noise but allow conversation

    New Pinlock motorcycle ear plugs filter wind noise but allow conversation

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    It’s common knowledge among experienced riders: you need good quality hearing protection. Exposure to noise levels of 95 to 105 decibels, quite common during motorcycle riding, for even a short period of only fifteen minutes may already cause permanent hearing damage. Hearing protection is very efficient in preventing this hearing damage, but only when the…

  • HJC IS17 helmet review

    HJC IS17 helmet review

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    HJC IS-17 £139.99 | www.oxprod.com | 01993 862300 | Tested by John Milbank I’m blown away by this helmet. A polycarbonate shell, ACU approved lid, it scores the maximum five stars in the government’s Sharp helmet approval scheme. Weighing 1502g (a little over the claimed 1450g), it has a removable, moisture-wicking odour-free and anti-bacterial lining…

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