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Agrius Rage SV Fusion Motorcycle Helmet (Pinlock Ready) - ONLY £38.24 (RRP: £89.99) delivered @ GhostBikes.com

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The Agrius Rage SV Fusion Helmet is the latest graphic to be added to the Rage SV range of helmets. This stunning Asymmetrical Graphic Design is available in four colours that really make this helmet
negotiator2k Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day agoAdd Comment
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Limited Edition "Black" Motorcycle Helmet £50.00 @ Ghostbikes.co.uk

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Just bought my husband an early Christmas present from Ghostbikes.com. A limited edition branded "Black" motorbike helmet for only £50, deliveried straight to my door. He's alway bought stuff from Gho…
cherylagreen Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago7 Comments
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Why are spam post writers so terrible at sounding believable! Do they work from a script made by a 70 year old clueless director.
Make sure you mention 'Christmas gift idea' Say the website address in full. Make sure you mention delivery included and that you shopped there before to add confidence. Terrible!
The best part is the spelling mistake in the last bit that says they could resist the deal! Lol
Because they use bad spelling and grammar as a method of filtering out people who are not especially gullible or greedy. https://www.quora.com/Why-are-email-scams-written-in-broken-English
Why are spam post writers so terrible at sounding believable! Do they work from a script made by a 70 year old clueless director.
Make sure you mention 'Christmas gift idea' Say the website address in full. Make sure you mention delivery included and that you shopped there before to add confidence. Terrible!
The best part is the spelling mistake in the last bit that says they could resist the deal! Lol
yup, reported for spam. Good way to get Ghosbikes banned from here.
JOINED TODAY THEN POSTED THIS -- SPAM FROM GHOSTBIKES!
Spam from Ghostbikes.

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Rocc Motorcycle Helmet £27.99 (rrp £129.99) various colours available @ GhostBikes Great Reviews

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Very good reviews on this branded helmet from customers, still over £100 at other retailers, clearance deal at GhostBikes
nwired Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago49 Comments
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Mine arrived yesterday, seems good, snug fit, cant see a manufacturing date on it. Anyone spotted a date?
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If you don't have a motorbike but are a sucker for a hot deal, these are also great for "bank jobs".
You need the dark visor for that though they arent road legal so break two laws at once :D
Dark visors are road legal...


They are legal before dark hours
Just recieved item and it's never worth over £40
Well mine arrived today and for the price I think its a good helmet. Brought with the intention to use it on the few occasions I go indoor karting.

Honestly wouldn't trust it to protect my head on anything much faster than a moped as I can physically flex it a little if I squeeze on the sides of it and the padding inside is not huge.

If anyone wants any questions answered just ask.
Well, I bought one. Arrived quickly, but was too small so I've just emailed them about returning it.

Looks nice enough, but the padding inside is rather poor.
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Agrius Phoenix Motorcycle Jacket Save Extra 20% using code SHH20 (RRP £69.99 WAS £54.99 Now £43.99 save over 37% on RRP) @ Ghost Bikes

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Use code SHH20 to get it at this price Really nice jacket, at a great price with CE Approved Shoulder & Elbow Armour, available in 4 colours variations Newsletter deal offer is on this jacket a…
GRS123 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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Does polyester have better abrasion than ballistic nylon? or just better than "most common materials" as it says? Cotton wool is a fairly common material. Is it double blind stitched? or will it just burst open on first contact with the ground?...meaning it doesn't matter how abrasion resistant the material is. Lots of decent make jackets seem to come fitted with a cursory back protector...which is only useful to find the right shape proper back protector anyway. Looks like it has all the right gizmos but for my money I'd like to find out more or just give it a miss. Happy to be taken up on any of my thoughts...I'm no expert.
cant believe people are voting cold on this!!!
there is a pocket there for back armour so you can buy your own and put it in, I wouldnt expect in build back armour at this price!

Edited By: GRS123 on Aug 27, 2016 13:43
no back armour. good luck
Does this have any abrasion resistance at all?
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Black Pro Range Aluminium Folding Ramp now £39.99 save 43% offer ends Sunday @ Ghost Bikes

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Really well made stand bought one from the shop last month and got the newsletter for this offer earlier today Extra £10 off until Sunday, still £49.99 on the Ebay store.
nwired Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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Nice find! I paid more for mine that only goes to 200kg or so
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50% OFF G-mac Pilot Graphic Motorcycle Helmet (RRP £59.99) £26.98(with code CLEAR20) inc. delivery @ Ghost Bikes

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I was looking for a helmet for passenger and found this one... 4 of 5* on sharp helmet safety scheme 50% off plus free delivery, I thing it worth to buy almost all size available SAYS £29…
macobrum Avatar6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago17 Comments
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Says £26.98 without code, with code same price
that was a week ago...
Says £26.98 without code, with code same price
£26.98 with code CLEAR20 ...
29.99 now
dr_raff
Aldi and Lidl do helmets (flip ones) at this price. how do these compare?
Can you link for me? I cant see them, and I am after a lid for the missus who goes on the back probably 3 times a year..
Lidl/Aldi do helmets for £40 if so...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/flip-up-motorcycle-helmet-39-99-instore-lidl-886792
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Warehouse Clearance + Extra 25% off using code @ Ghost Bikes [See comment #1]

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CODE - EXTRA20 Loads of discounted items in the GhostBikes sale, now with an extra 25% off - Some good deals in there as well! I'll pop some in comment 1 (My pricing includes delivery although deli…
NeoTrix Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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HJC RPHA X Silverbolt Motocross Helmet £82.99 @ GhostBikes [Various colours / sizes available]

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Decent quality helmet, with great reviews at what i think it a very releasable price. The last price drop i saw was to £99 which was still pretty good in my opinion. There are some other bits and
NeoTrix Avatar9m, 4d agoFound 9 months, 4 days ago2 Comments
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Seems a very good price
http://images.esellerpro.com/2189/I/717/80/9136-HJC-RPHA-X-Motocross-Helmet-Black-White-New-0.jpg

Edited By: NeoTrix on Mar 07, 2016 15:16
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HJC RPHA X Silverbolt Motocross Helmet £99.99 delivered @ Ghost Bikes

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Currently the cheapest i can find for these. Come in 3 different coulors and delivery is free. Always worth having a decent quality helmet! The very popular HJC R-PHA Motocross helmets are back wi…
NeoTrix Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago5 Comments
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Quality product
OK if.you are only using it off road....looks daft if using it on the road.

Normally moped boys wear them.
Great price for a decent offroad lid!
Great quality product and long lasting needless to say it is an absolutely great deal price wise as I bought this particular one for 170!!!
I bought one of these a few months back when they were £150, and I thought that was a great deal, but this is even better still.

Good lid, and I'm very particular about my lids.
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Shox Axxis Identity ACU Motorcycle Helmet now £39.99 Delivered @ Ghost Bikes

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Available in Black or White. All sizes available and are £39.99. * Advanced aerodynamic polycarbonate shell construction * 6 point ventilation system - Air intake vents to allow cool air to enter
millarcat Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago4 Comments
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Can't see any Sharp ratings for this.
I'd rather spend a little more and get something with a decent Sharp rating and ideally pinlock (why doesn't pinlock come fitted by default?).
Ghost bikes are a great little firm. Decent priced kit. Not bought this product mind but would recommend them.
maciejkopec08
Advertising as Uk's #1 store yet only 14 reviews on the website? Pass.

I've used them before and they are fine. as for the deal, would rather spend more than £40 protecting my head
Advertising as Uk's #1 store yet only 14 reviews on the website? Pass.
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Shox Sniper ACU Motorcycle Helmet Now from £29.99 delivered @ Ghost Bikes

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Various colours - From £29.99 with free delivery This helmet includes top of the line features at an affordable price. The Sniper full face helmet has a highly aerodynamic shell made from advanced
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago29 Comments
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If it's all you can afford, it's better than nothing. As others have said, fit is one of the most important factors, but safety ratings are a good indicator of the level of protection you're afforded wearing a particular helmet.

The more expensive helmets often have features that the cheaper helmets don't, such as;
Removable/washable linings.
Adjustable fitting with air pumps or alternative size cheek pads.
Multiple shell sizes so that helmet size isn't just determined by thickness of padding.
Better ventilation.
Better anti-fog visor coatings/devices such as pinlock.
Built in sun visors.
Lockable visors (essential for track days).

My advice would be to try before you buy.
I tend to buy my helmets at the big bike shows (such as MCN Motorcycle Live) as there's lots of companies selling off last year's designs/models cheap. There's lots of opportunities to try on helmets and usually some negotiation on price possible.
Will suit someone who's just starting out or strapped for cash. Thanks for posting.
Money talks no doubts and each to their own .....I'm willing to bet that a good majority of Bike Riders are clued up on Helmet safety .....But most importantly yup the ratings have to be decent but the fit and make are whats gonna save yer Nut......No use having a lid that costs a fortune but will spin like the Exorcist if yer in a prang,,,,Thes I would say are ideal for Carting and suchlike imo....but each to their own ...Its your Head stay safe out there boys n gurls... ;)
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£30? I value protecting my head at more than £30, despite the ratings.
£35? £350? £3500? How much exactly do you value your head at?
In the current market you're looking at £386 for a decent head but a top end one might go for £500 (+ quidco)
£10 for decent head if you find the right "district".

Quote of the day Award ...:{
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Bigfootpete
£30? I value protecting my head at more than £30, despite the ratings.
£35? £350? £3500? How much exactly do you value your head at?
In the current market you're looking at £386 for a decent head but a top end one might go for £500 (+ quidco)
£10 for decent head if you find the right "district".
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Rocc 552 Graphic Fibreglass Motorcycle Helmet now £39.99 Delivered @ Ghost Bikes

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Various colours - Free delivery The Rocc 552 Graphic Fibreglass Motorcycle Helmet mixes a sleek lightweight shell, stunning matt finish, drop down inner sun visor and quick release micrometric buck…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago23 Comments
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​Well that's funny, because I own a motorcycling forum "

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Ghost Bikes are horrific. They have the customer service skills of a wet trout. I'd rather take a punt on an eBay seller than go anywhere near them.
It seems a lot of people disagree with you! Maybe they'd rather you went to ebay too?


​Well that's funny, because I own a motorcycling forum with thousands of members and plenty of them know what they are like and agree with me. Just because you've had a good experience with them, it doesn't mean everyone has. I've heard plenty of our members stories about their poor CS. Try taking a broader look before hitting 'post' next time, eh.
I've never had a problem with them over two orders. Wanted a lower size down helmet & sending it back costs were covered & it was very efficient etc. Miss my Yamaha XT 125 it ran off of kitten tears & I could throw it around like my girlfriend
Use code NEWWEB10 for 10% off.
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Blacks motorbike gloves £15.99 at Ghost Bikes

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Designed and developed by British bikers, the Black™ Motorcycle Clothing & Accessory range is exclusively available at GhostBikes. The Black™ philosophy is simple: Premium products engineered to last.…
jtomo Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago7 Comments
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no heat, not a deal as the old price is the same as the sale price.
Good deal like to see more motorbike gear on here
Good to see some motorcycle gear on here.
Heat
Nice one. Thanks.
Good deal but there is £1.99 delivery as well.... deal should be listed as £17.98
Free delivery if over £25 spend.
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Oxford micro fleece balaclava was £13.99 now £4.49 at Ghostbikes.com

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Large reduction on a micro fleece balaclava by Oxford. Ideal for wearing on a motorbike with the cold weather coming soon.
ktm666 Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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The best ever warmer, my Naz foi told me about this its the best thing ever, I've bought one, and a couple for me and my fellow bikers.
Literally the warmest softest thing I've worn. I'd wear it to bed if my wife would let me. Definitely a must!
Literally the warmest softest thing I've worn. I'd wear it to bed if my wife would let me. Definitely a must!
voted hot and ordered. Was getting brain freeze on the way to wotk on my bicycle this morning and this should sort it out. Failing that, I'll use it to rob my next bank!
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O'Neal AMX mountain bike gloves £8.99! 70% off!! ghostbikes

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Always worth checking motocross websites for cheap deals on mountain bike gloves, plenty of crossover stuff. Designed for All Mountain riders Lightweight and highly breathable glove Extensive us…
MotoMark90 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago2 Comments
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Look cool - error on the link though.
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Oneal motocross boots £89.99! 33% off! @ Ghost Bikes

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Absolute bargain! Oneal make some high quality gear so I was suprised when I saw them at this price. Think these are meant to be around £140 so a decent saving. I've never had an issue buying from the…
MotoMark90 Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago2 Comments
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I've got a pair of these with the supermoto soles and found them quite stiff at first but they've loosened up. Fit perfectly and easily adjustable, don't look too bad either. I paid around this and probably would again if I had to get another set of SM boots.
good price but tech 10s for me super protection them just 4x as much
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Oxford Bone Dry Motorcycle Jacket was £69.99 now £28.49 @ ghostbikes

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Use code: twitterghostbikes13 to get 5% discount on anything at ghostbikes. Solid jacket for the price.
adam_holcombe Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago52 Comments
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OXFORD BONE DRY? I just spent 45 mins riding my motorcycle in the rain and when I got home my teashirt was wet and everything in the pockets was soaking! BONE DRY I don't thnk so,what a total waste of money,It's a good job I don't normaly ride in the rain or it would be going back and if I had paid full price for it it definatly would have gone back.Good price for a general fair weather motorcycle jacke tbut that's all ( Not voted either way )
Anyone else had a e mail saying the colour you ordered is out of stock but they have your size in a different colour bit it's £3.00 more? Sounds like a scam to me.
I recieved one of these jackets today from Ghost Bikes. Exactly as described and makes a useful spare jacket to lend to occasional pillion. In addition to pocket for extra armour, the back has some light-weight armour sewn in and this was not quite central to the back -- not a problem, but may have been picked up by quality control - hence low price. Of course it's not a top end product, but then my Hein Gericke coat cost about six times as much. I am very pleased with my buy at £29.99 (but price has now gone up a few quid). I am 5'10" with 43" chest and 43" waist (over my pullover!) and the size L fitted like a glove - had I been slimmer the same size can be adjusted at the waist to make a close fit. Product code was J12BL 2012.

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Personally I wouldn't touch this because I need proper protection,
Best solution is to get a decent set of leathers on ebay and wear a one piece waterproof over the top, but I assume this is more marketed at scooter riders.

Are you actually a biker? What a rubbish comment.

Come off a bike at 60mph+ does not make a difference whether or not you ride a motorcycle or a scooter, protection is still key.

You are surely aware that scooters come in power capacities greater than 50cc?!?

Yes, I'm well aware, there are scooters out there more powerful than my bike, my reference is to people who, like the above are not all that concerned with their own safety or protection, who in my observation are generally new scooter/moped riding chavs.
You kind of missed the point entirely.

No, seems you miss the point entirely, textile jackets (cordura) provide adequate protection (you mention they do not), whether riding on a scooter or motorcycle, as do leathers. Your generalisation there of scooter or moped riding chavs is also insulting to those of us that ride scooters, and in fact how many people these days ride mopeds?

There are preconceptions I detest as a scooter rider.....

It's a moped (a 50cc machine that is both engine and pedal driven)
A preconceived idea that it must look like a Vespa/Lambretta
People that ride them all wear tracksuit bottoms

As a fairly recent (nearly 1.5 years) CBT certificate owner, and even more recent (6 months) full license owner, it was drummed into us at BOTH trainings about protection.

There is an element of people wearing tracksuit bottoms, and jeans, on both scooters and motorcycles (which would rip through on tarmac in less than a second). At the least I wear kevlar jeans, and for longer distances consider leather trousers or textile if wet. And with even a top speed of only 67mph with a decent tail wind!, there are often thoughts pass through my mind I am glad I did.

You're making a big deal out of nothing, I said that this jacket is probably aimed at scooter riders, as in marketed towards them.
The rest of the stuff has come from what you've said, I have nothing against any rider, when I see lots of moped riders around my area, with no protection, dodging in and out of traffic with not even a shoulder check it gives off a bad vibe.

Not making a big deal over anything, just don't want anyone new into a thread firstly getting the wrong stereotype of textile jackets, and secondly getting the wrong stereotype over what scooter riders wear or should be wearing.

And once again, moped riders? In this day and age and this country? Do you live in India?

So if this jacket is "marketed" for scooter riders, and you need better protection (in your opinion leather) and textile jackets do not offer decent protection in your opinion then answer this....

Just wtf should scooter riders be wearing??!?!


Again, you're misquoting me.
Go back and read what I actually said before trying to get a response.

Show me where I said that "textile jackets do not offer decent protection" I mentioned only this product.

Also, please look at the definition of moped.


You said you assume this is more marketed towards scooter riders and want something that offers better protection (leathers)

Then you said this jacket is "probably" aimed towards scooter riders.

It's not, its a generic looking textile jacket, not a scooter specific jacket. How do you know its lack of quality?

The definition of moped is exactly the terms motorcycle - pedal, a small displacement bike with pedals.

You then go on to stereotype scooterists lacking protection, which then leads back to square one, the point I initially made of which others who DID get exactly what I was referring to (no misquotes here) liked.

And then the argument goes full circle, it does not matter whether you are a scooterist or a motorcyclist, hitting the tarmac at 60mph+ you should be considering the same level of protection.

"Reading into" what you are saying and making assumptions then as you deem this jacket to offer less protection it would be better suited to scooterists, why? Styling? In your assumption because scooterists do not need as much protection? Also why is it poor quality? Do you know its denier?

I don't have time to argue, end of discussion.

More like you have no logical answers to your debates and stereotypes you spew.

No mate, you're the one that assumed those from what I wrote.

When you complain about things in a thread, you usually have some justification (whether you are correct or not) you have not provided anything of the sort.

There is NOTHING to assume when you state that this is designed more for scooter riders (without stating why), or for that matter you dissing the item with no known reason, other than you feel it is poor quality without explanation.

Further more, there is yet another like on my earlier comment, can you not seem to understand that the problem in this thread actually is YOU.

If you look online you will see quite a few user reviews of this jacket which state it has leaked on them, and also about inadequate protection.

In my experience from owning their products Oxford gear is ok, but not great quality.
They are mainly a supplier of security devices, and according to their site touring products like luggage racks.

The price point, although not entirely accurate also gives some indication of quality and protection level though you can also tell from the fact it says CE approved, rather than stating the level, which is indicative of the level of impact it can absorb.

My comment about it being aimed at scooter riders was a generalisation in case you didn't notice. But hey, the OP promoting it is a scooter rider as case in point.

At least there is an element of reasoning finally to your argument, although there are many different Oxford Bone Dry jackets, including so called waterproof over jackets as well as gloves in their Bone Dry range, I have read myself on forums that some of these products suffer leakage.

However, in this instance I cannot find any reviews at all for this specific jacket, there is the Original Plus, and The Switch in their range and possibly others.

I believe looking at images that this particular jacket is "Original Plus". A lot of jackets however state CE approved (usually referring to the armour) and that really is not indicative of quality, my Weise Jacket is of decent quality and yet that states CE approved and that has proper armour (not the flimsy foam armour) I am more concerned personally at what level of denier a textile jacket is than the price.

With regards scooter riders, I think you have made enough generalisations, without any case in point.

Okay sure, well discussion settled from my side of things.

From my side of things discussion is far from settled, care to link to reviews of this particular jacket that make it out to be poor? Usually on this forum those of us that take the time and trouble to say a product is crap actually back it up with reasoning.
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Personally I wouldn't touch this because I need proper protection,
Best solution is to get a decent set of leathers on ebay and wear a one piece waterproof over the top, but I assume this is more marketed at scooter riders.

Are you actually a biker? What a rubbish comment.

Come off a bike at 60mph+ does not make a difference whether or not you ride a motorcycle or a scooter, protection is still key.

You are surely aware that scooters come in power capacities greater than 50cc?!?

Yes, I'm well aware, there are scooters out there more powerful than my bike, my reference is to people who, like the above are not all that concerned with their own safety or protection, who in my observation are generally new scooter/moped riding chavs.
You kind of missed the point entirely.

No, seems you miss the point entirely, textile jackets (cordura) provide adequate protection (you mention they do not), whether riding on a scooter or motorcycle, as do leathers. Your generalisation there of scooter or moped riding chavs is also insulting to those of us that ride scooters, and in fact how many people these days ride mopeds?

There are preconceptions I detest as a scooter rider.....

It's a moped (a 50cc machine that is both engine and pedal driven)
A preconceived idea that it must look like a Vespa/Lambretta
People that ride them all wear tracksuit bottoms

As a fairly recent (nearly 1.5 years) CBT certificate owner, and even more recent (6 months) full license owner, it was drummed into us at BOTH trainings about protection.

There is an element of people wearing tracksuit bottoms, and jeans, on both scooters and motorcycles (which would rip through on tarmac in less than a second). At the least I wear kevlar jeans, and for longer distances consider leather trousers or textile if wet. And with even a top speed of only 67mph with a decent tail wind!, there are often thoughts pass through my mind I am glad I did.

You're making a big deal out of nothing, I said that this jacket is probably aimed at scooter riders, as in marketed towards them.
The rest of the stuff has come from what you've said, I have nothing against any rider, when I see lots of moped riders around my area, with no protection, dodging in and out of traffic with not even a shoulder check it gives off a bad vibe.

Not making a big deal over anything, just don't want anyone new into a thread firstly getting the wrong stereotype of textile jackets, and secondly getting the wrong stereotype over what scooter riders wear or should be wearing.

And once again, moped riders? In this day and age and this country? Do you live in India?

So if this jacket is "marketed" for scooter riders, and you need better protection (in your opinion leather) and textile jackets do not offer decent protection in your opinion then answer this....

Just wtf should scooter riders be wearing??!?!


Again, you're misquoting me.
Go back and read what I actually said before trying to get a response.

Show me where I said that "textile jackets do not offer decent protection" I mentioned only this product.

Also, please look at the definition of moped.


You said you assume this is more marketed towards scooter riders and want something that offers better protection (leathers)

Then you said this jacket is "probably" aimed towards scooter riders.

It's not, its a generic looking textile jacket, not a scooter specific jacket. How do you know its lack of quality?

The definition of moped is exactly the terms motorcycle - pedal, a small displacement bike with pedals.

You then go on to stereotype scooterists lacking protection, which then leads back to square one, the point I initially made of which others who DID get exactly what I was referring to (no misquotes here) liked.

And then the argument goes full circle, it does not matter whether you are a scooterist or a motorcyclist, hitting the tarmac at 60mph+ you should be considering the same level of protection.

"Reading into" what you are saying and making assumptions then as you deem this jacket to offer less protection it would be better suited to scooterists, why? Styling? In your assumption because scooterists do not need as much protection? Also why is it poor quality? Do you know its denier?

I don't have time to argue, end of discussion.

More like you have no logical answers to your debates and stereotypes you spew.

No mate, you're the one that assumed those from what I wrote.

When you complain about things in a thread, you usually have some justification (whether you are correct or not) you have not provided anything of the sort.

There is NOTHING to assume when you state that this is designed more for scooter riders (without stating why), or for that matter you dissing the item with no known reason, other than you feel it is poor quality without explanation.

Further more, there is yet another like on my earlier comment, can you not seem to understand that the problem in this thread actually is YOU.

If you look online you will see quite a few user reviews of this jacket which state it has leaked on them, and also about inadequate protection.

In my experience from owning their products Oxford gear is ok, but not great quality.
They are mainly a supplier of security devices, and according to their site touring products like luggage racks.

The price point, although not entirely accurate also gives some indication of quality and protection level though you can also tell from the fact it says CE approved, rather than stating the level, which is indicative of the level of impact it can absorb.

My comment about it being aimed at scooter riders was a generalisation in case you didn't notice. But hey, the OP promoting it is a scooter rider as case in point.

At least there is an element of reasoning finally to your argument, although there are many different Oxford Bone Dry jackets, including so called waterproof over jackets as well as gloves in their Bone Dry range, I have read myself on forums that some of these products suffer leakage.

However, in this instance I cannot find any reviews at all for this specific jacket, there is the Original Plus, and The Switch in their range and possibly others.

I believe looking at images that this particular jacket is "Original Plus". A lot of jackets however state CE approved (usually referring to the armour) and that really is not indicative of quality, my Weise Jacket is of decent quality and yet that states CE approved and that has proper armour (not the flimsy foam armour) I am more concerned personally at what level of denier a textile jacket is than the price.

With regards scooter riders, I think you have made enough generalisations, without any case in point.

Okay sure, well discussion settled from my side of things.
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One industries kids youth motocross kits £29.99 @ Ghost Bikes

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Too good not to share, my little lad has grown out of his kits so just looking for some more and came across these at ghostbikes, something ridiculous like over 60% off! Massive savings on a few of th…
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TheOak
According to HUKDs T&Cs, a picture of a small gollyw0g holding an even smaller gun is guaranteed 1000 degrees heat.


Wtf - surely hotdeals should ban people like this.
TheOak
According to HUKDs T&Cs, a picture of a small gollyw0g holding an even smaller gun is guaranteed 1000 degrees heat.


wtf
According to HUKDs T&Cs, a picture of a small gollyw0g holding an even smaller gun is guaranteed 1000 degrees heat.
Found a code in the new dirtbikerider magazine as well, "dbr214" should get you an extra 5% off
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Oxford Bone Dry Motorcycle Jacket £33.99 delivered @ Ghost Bike

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This looks like a very well priced jacket with elbow and shoulder armour with a range of colours and sizes are available, also has removable thermal liner. I've never seen a textile jacket priced unde…
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Now reduced to £29.99
£28.49 with 5% code twitterghostbikes13

Edited By: Thermal Rider on Mar 12, 2014 15:48
dogbert682
Can anyone recommend any good waterproof/warm motorbike boots under £120? I'm considering the Held Argon from Get Geared currently as mine have started leaking (not surprising in this weather!).
I've been wearing TCX X-Five boots since November, riding every day in all weather. They are warm and dry.
£120 from http://www.jsaccessories.co.uk/x-five-waterproof-boots-black.html
Shame as a lot of decent stuff on sale with hardly any selection for the sizes !
poochieparker9
Sorry, maybe that code is out of date :/

code twitterghostbikes13 gives 5%
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HJC IS-MULTI 7-In-1 Motorcycle Helmet (limited sizes) £35.99 @ Ghost Bikes

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Last time this help was listed it reached 333 degrees... Unfortunately it is now only available in limited sizes (Small and X Small) but at this price it has to be a bargain. It's clearly not goin…
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These are absolute rubbish & small in size. I bought a small for the mrs it arrived and was too small, it also had a piece of vent fall off but as it was cheap I ordered a medium after selling the small. It was also too small & again the whole visor vent broke. I managed to sell it but would advise to stay well clear, shame as its a brilliant design, just crap quality.
im sure my helmet is small im gonna check and hopefully get one of these thanks for posting
XS only now - shame as I would have bought one for my boy.