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Tech7 Evolution GPS Carrier £19.99 @ Busters + postage

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£10 off .. seems a good price to me.. Tech7 Evolution GPS Carrier Shown with iPhone 4. Suitable for most most mobile phones and dedicated navigation systems. Touch through lens (130 x 85mm)
mikbak Avatar4y, 6m agoFound 4 years, 6 months ago1 Comment
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This fits up to a 5 inch sat nav (I know becuase I use my Garmin in it)

Good price and much cheaper than the Givi alternative or than buying a bike specific sat nav.
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Roxter by Oxford Motorcycle cover L & XL £9.99 @ Busters Motorcycles

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Made by Oxford Products Waterproof outer membrane Available in two sizes Large - 246 x 104 x 147 cm Extra Large - 277 x 104 x 159 cm Protects against sun, rain, dust & snow Double stit…
rain Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago8 Comments
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Looks identical to the Lidl one I bought yesterday for £6.99.... without seeing them both in hand I couldn't say if they are but definitely worth heading to Lidl for a cheap set.
Looks simillar to Lidl one I got last year @£7.99 but this is good price for Oxford one.

Nice and light to carry when on tour or cover bike in garage, wouldn't use it for overwinter cover outside.

+ from me
I agree then give em a call if it puts it on (_;)
Fair enough...... if thats what it says.
For anyone buying this though.... i would check the final total before completing the order.
I know they dont usually that why I thought I'd post this one here is the first line on the mail
"Only £9.99 | FREE SHIPPING!MAXIMUM 2 PER-CUSTOMER!"
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Buffallo Proton Motorcycle Jacket from Busters (M&P) - £39.99 (+£5.50 postage)

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Buffallo Proton Waterproof Motorcycle Jacket - these are for sale on ebay for £99.99. They are also on the M&P website for £59.99 but purchased through Busters are a bargain at £39.99
kiev737 Avatar5y, 1m agoFound 5 years, 1 month ago4 Comments
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Still a good price even with postage - if as fits said "if your on a budget"
It is £5.50 postage on top of that price but it's still a great deal to me. I know the Buffalo stuff is well made so heat from me.
Decent price if you are on a tight budget but as Jeff said, they are not waterproof at all.
Last Buffalo m/c jacket i had leaked live a seive, i've not bought any of their gear since.
Also Busters charge for delivery, this needs to be added to the price.
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HJC R1 Fang Red Helmet Full Face Was £109.99 Now £39.99 at Busters Motorycles

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Also available in two other colours Advanced polycarbonate composite shell construction; superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology • RapidFire™ Shield Replacement System; quick, sec…
paulpronto Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago25 Comments
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But remember as well as safety it's important to consider noise, fit, and ventilation too.
drunk1
In terms of people slagging this in regards to quality, yes, of course it's not going to be as good as a Aria/AGV/Shoei but this would be sufficent for go karting, quad biking etc and if you've only got £40 to spend on a helmet this will be the best you can get.

So stop being so pretentious, not every person can afford £400 helmets.

This site really does my head in with rich folk thinking they're better than people.

And before anyone starts I've got an Arai Quantum so I do "rate my life".

Honestly...


Clearly you didn't read my posts. Or just chose to ignore them.
In terms of people slagging this in regards to quality, yes, of course it's not going to be as good as a Aria/AGV/Shoei but this would be sufficent for go karting, quad biking etc and if you've only got £40 to spend on a helmet this will be the best you can get.

So stop being so pretentious, not every person can afford £400 helmets.

This site really does my head in with rich folk thinking they're better than people.

And before anyone starts I've got an Arai Quantum so I do "rate my life".

Honestly...

Edited By: drunk1 on Sep 04, 2010 21:08: Spelling mistake.
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HJC as worn by Ben Spiers - World Superbike Champion 2009.
Cracking lid for a cracking price, go for it.


yes but Ben Spiers has the HJC R-PHA 10 which is a £300 helmet not quite same
What about this for use as a track day helmet (for cars not bikes!), wouldn't something like this be OK?

Edited By: Makefish on Sep 04, 2010 12:25: edit
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Elf 2 XT 2 litres full synthetic 2 stroke oil £12.98 delivered from Busters

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2 x 1 Litre fully synthetic 2 stroke for £7.99. Even plus £4.99 delivery this is a great price for a top brand which is usually over a tenner for one litre.. Also doing semi-synth for £6.99 plus deliv…
schwalbe Avatar6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago7 Comments
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robsprocket;8010530
M&P and Buster's are the same company.

Thanks, never knew that, although I thought it a coincidence that they were on the same business park. Doh!
schwalbe;8008711
M&P have price matched Buster's offer now. Much more expensive elsewhere.


M&P and Buster's are the same company.
M&P have price matched Buster's offer now. Much more expensive elsewhere.
robsprocket;8008022
It's usually £4.49 a litre not "over a tenner".

http://www.mandp.co.uk/productinfo/584994/Lubricants/2-Stroke-Oil/Elf/Moto-2XT-Tech-2T-Synth

Still a hot price though.


+£4.99 postage so this works out a quid cheaper. hot.
Hot even though i haven't got a 2 stroke!
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Shoei XR 1000 Diabolic Helmet with free Tint Visor - RRP £435 only £244.98 @ Busters

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Shoei Full Face Helmet SAFETY Shell in AIM + Organic fibreglass, multi-composite and highperformance organic fibre in various layers for a shock-absorbent shell with optimum rigidity. EPS liner
smokingplunger Avatar7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago1 Comment
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You can get these xr1000 from £199.99, but it depends on what design you want.
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Akito Stratos Jacket Black £24.99 @ Busters Accessories

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High performance technical jacket 100% waterproof Dura Guard Outer Shell Detachable thermal lining CE armour fitted as standard Adjustable arm straps Jacket to jean zip attachment 2 hand warmin…
caloandrea Avatar7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago17 Comments
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slimy31;5773485
Only to other bikers, to a non-biker you're still someone walking around in a leather all-in-one. Or a power ranger outfit.

And to a select few its a gimp suit...:whistling:

(And before you ask, yes I do own a set of leathers, and yes I do get the power ranger reference on a regular basis!)

And as for the 'Hunchback of Notre Dame' look - goes down really well in the pub!
Jack347;5773033
It's only the cheap stuff, like this, that isn't fashionable.

Buy A-Stars, Dainese, Arlen Ness, Spidi etc.. and you'll look the business ;)


Only to other bikers, to a non-biker you're still someone walking around in a leather all-in-one. Or a power ranger outfit.

And to a select few its a gimp suit...:whistling:

(And before you ask, yes I do own a set of leathers, and yes I do get the power ranger reference on a regular basis!)
Jack347;5773033
It's only the cheap stuff, like this, that isn't fashionable.

Buy A-Stars, Dainese, Arlen Ness, Spidi etc.. and you'll look the business ;)

Not necessarily - even some of their stuff looks a bit tacky - less colours the better.......

If you are a 38" or 40" chest they still have some of these left for £25
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/367086/defender-motorbike-jacket-25-plus-5/
Jack347;5773033
It's only the cheap stuff, like this, that isn't fashionable.

Buy A-Stars, Dainese, Arlen Ness, Spidi etc.. and you'll look the business ;)

No, on your moped you'll look a complete ****! Why do people want to look like a mobile billboard anyway - as if anyone would mistake them for Rossi & Co!

If you can buy those brands for anywhere near £24.99 then go ahead, otherwise not relevant to this posting.
slimy31;5772399
Sadly alot of bike clothing isn't exactly fashionable. Jeremy Clarkson describes biker gear as a 'leather romper suit'!!

I had Akito trousers when I first started riding, they seemed quite robust and with the armour I had faith in them at least doing something in the event of a fall. Unfortunately over time they stopped being waterproof, which defeated the object of having them in the first place!!

Obviously with summer just round the corner (I hope!) these winter jackets will probably be overkill. But I guess thats partly why they're being sold cheap.


It's only the cheap stuff, like this, that isn't fashionable.

Buy A-Stars, Dainese, Arlen Ness, Spidi etc.. and you'll look the business ;)
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Motorcycle security chain and padlock £4.99 + Del @ Busters Mototrcycles

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Chain: Length 800mm 8mm four-sided chain links Durable, protective nylon cover "Pass Through" end link for easier padlock attachment Padlock - Stainless steel all weather padlock with armo…
Biker Jeff Avatar7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago5 Comments
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Are you not meant to list the postage?
Received mine today from Busters (super fast delivery too!) and it turns out to be a Kryptonite keeper 880 lock and chain - these are retailing elswhere for around £25, so even with my postage it's still a massive bargain. Heat added from me - you beat me to it posting it!!!!!
Biker Jeff;5448000
For the price its a bargain and a thief will look for something easier to nick.


Can't argue with that.

I remember a few years back, in the pre-TWO days of visordown... a chap on there was putting some major chains and locks through some tests.
It was really worrying the number chains/locks that would fail in a matter of seconds... and these were Sold Secure approved stuff from big brand names with price tags to match..

On the whole I tend to take bike magazine product tests with an unhealthy dose of salt... but then I gave up on the biking mags a while ago :-(
arotabi;5447864
A semi seasoned thieve would get through this in seconds.

Personally I would only use it to keep a bike from getting nicked by the most opportunistic of thieving scum bags.

If you have anything even remotely desirable use a decent chain and lock.


Usually in a security chain the padlock is the weakest link. Ride magazine tested these circular padlocks and rated them highly against being picked or broken easily.
A huge pair of bolt croppers may cut through them... but they will cut through most security stuff on the market that costs a great deal more than £4.99.
For the price its a bargain and a thief will look for something easier to nick.
A semi seasoned thieve would get through this in seconds.

Personally I would only use it to keep a bike from getting nicked by the most opportunistic of thieving scum bags.

If you have anything even remotely desirable use a decent chain and lock.
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Datatool (inforad) Motorcycle GPS Camera Detector - £39.99 (+£4.99 delivery) @ Busters Mototcycles

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Normally £99.99 now down to £39.99. http://www.busters-accessories.co.uk/productInfo.aspx?catRef=DATAINFO&kw=inforad Inforad is a speed camera location warning device that uses satellite GPS technol…
chedixon Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months agoAdd Comment
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Muc-Off fast action bike cleaner - 5 Litre twin pack - saving £16.98 - only £23.00 @ Busters Motorcycles

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These normally retail for £19.99 each (5 Litres) but now on offer with Busters accessories for only £23 for 2. Ideal for motorcycles or pedal cycles.
smokingplunger Avatar7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago12 Comments
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teambintip;4209317
Completely wrong i'm afraid :thumbsup:

Washing up liquid isn't safe to use on chains, brake discs or pads, and it'll dull the paint over time


This is an urban myth if ever I heard one. There is salt in washing up liquid, but the idea is that you wash it straight off, as you would Muc-Off. Any residues left on may cause damage, but that's because you haven't washed your bike properly. After years of using w-up lqd I have never had any problems and countless others agree with me.
If you want the ultimate bike protector find yourself some ACF-50. Pricey but superb stuff.
gari189;4209264
I've been thinking of trying the FS365 - does it work on areas that get very hot eg exhaust manifold bolts? or does it just melt and run off? I'd really like to put this on the brake calipers and disk bolts as they really seem to suffer but presumably there is a risk of contaminating the disk or pads.......


I don't think it would have much effect on the exhaust down pipes themselves with the very high temps but you can spray it around the exhaust flanges and bolts and it will form a barrier against salt induced corrosion on these parts.

It's best to allow the engine to cool for a while before applying it or it tends to just vaporise instantly since it is a water based solution.

I had a look on their website/forum (http://www.scottoiler.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=33&PN=1) its says "Spray all over avoiding brake callipers/discs and tyres" which i guess makes sense.

cheers
backtothecaves;4208785
I'm sure this is a good deal, but can I give you all a tip which will save you stacks of money on this type of product - It's only detergent and water. Just buy a gardeners spray bottle, and put washing up liquid and water in it. It will do the same job at a fraction of the cost.
I'm not disputing this as a deal, just hopefully helping someone save some money.


Completely wrong i'm afraid :thumbsup:

Washing up liquid isn't safe to use on chains, brake discs or pads, and it'll dull the paint over time
gstarblues;4208943
Yeah its a good price OP! I have been using Scottoiler stuff, FST 52 (cleaner) and FS 365 (anti corrosion) over the winter to great effect. Have some heat!


I've been thinking of trying the FS365 - does it work on areas that get very hot eg exhaust manifold bolts? or does it just melt and run off? I'd really like to put this on the brake calipers and disk bolts as they really seem to suffer but presumably there is a risk of contaminating the disk or pads.......
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Heated grips & Handlebar muffs £29.99 (+£4.99 shipping) @ Busters Motorcycles £34.98

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Currently have a deal on where you get both the heated grips and handlebar muffs for £29.99 http://www.busters-accessories.co.uk/productInfo.aspx?catRef=MAP901690 Shipping is £4.99 but still good va…
chedixon Avatar8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago1 Comment
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Absolute steal. Great find - available in store too!
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Huge Autumn Discounts on Motorbike Clothing, Helmets and Accessories @ busters

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Loads of great priced stuff for us bikers Goods listed @ http://www.busters-accessories.co.uk/netalogue/content/pdf1/mcnbustaut_lores.pdf
big-boy Avatar8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago3 Comments
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:thumbsup:Cheers!

Not looked on there before, that should keep me busy for a while...
And some from me too :thumbsup:

We do like a bargain (especially as I've just bought a new bike) :whistling:
Have some heat
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Bone Dry Motorcycle Boots Black - £27.99 (RRP £59.99)

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100% waterproof Flexible padded instep and back Reinforced ankle protector Fll length zip and velcro storm flap Reinforced counter/shank heavy duty tread design
kirkie Avatar8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago4 Comments
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Your feet wont be dry in these..... They'll be soaked in sweat.
These are made of plastic and your feet wont be able to breath. Proper waterproof MC Boots are made of leather and have a hipora waterproof / breathable lining.
They may be cheap... But they are rubbish. Also i would hold much hope of them having good crash protection either.
Hmmm, your feet may be dry but isn't the most important thing that they protect your feet and ankles in an accident?
They look ok for the price... Same comment though, I wouldn't buy without trying shoes unless I knew the correct size for sure. Good deal for those who do!

http://www.busters-accessories.co.uk/netalogue/content/images/large/gwwbwoxaa.jpg
Difficult to size boots on internet. With £4.99 delivery to add on top, doesn't make me rush to buy.
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Hurricane Motorbike Jacket - £29.99 (RRP £89.99)

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Various sizes Pre fromed cups on outer shoulders 100% waterproof CE approved armour fitted as standard Adjustable arms and wrists for comfort 3M scotchlite reflective piping Quilted detac…
kirkie Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago7 Comments
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I have received this today and in my opinion is brilliant...
I've bought one so will let you know what it is like when I receive it...
Seems good if you are on a budget, i'd rather wait and get a heavier one though
saw this on the newsletter this morning, looks like good value, but personally I think I'll save my money for a S/H goretex one.
Has anyone bought one of these, if so, could you let me know whatr the fit is like and if its an ideal summer jacket. Maybe not after the 'summer' we've been having lately.......
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HJC CL-ST Motorcycle Helmets £39.99 @ Busters

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I just got an email from Busters. I wanted to buy one of these earlier this year but were too pricey for me. The RRP these helmets are £120 so a saving of 66%. They have styles for men and wo…
tristdac Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago47 Comments
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sicknote;2733790
When your skidding down the road on your head you'll be wondering when the £40 of protection will end......still one less brainless nob riding a scooter with a noisy can.


What a load of ***** spoken there!! Have had shoei's and Arai's. currently using a RX7RR4. Noisy, mists up, drafty when it's cold causing tears in my eyes! Have a HJC as a pillion helmet! £140! Fantastic helmet. Exubes Quality! Has breathe guards and all sorts that the Arai does not have. Now looking for a HJC to replace my Arai with! The £40 bargain is not a £40 helmet you fool(Sicknote)!!! They are market leaders in the biggest country in the world! If you get it wrong there..you are fu**ed!! Anyway sicknote, you spend £500 and enjoy it..me, I'm gonna save a **** load and have a great helmet for not much...and put the savings to a holiday!

Regards everyone!
Gixxerman001;2745604
- Shhh, no-one will notice. :thumbsup:



- Wow, a genuine little piece of Scot/British biking history there.



- He he he, I used to have a real thing for X7's (I had 3 of the little b*ggers), great bike.

In fact I used to have a thing for 2 strokes in general with several mates with RDs & KHs
(I never had the Kawa triple myself but I've owned the whole range of Suzook GTs at one time or another - excepting the 750, which my brother-in-law had).
Had a nice stint on RDs too, air colled & LCs......but my bro stuck with the 2 strokes the longest & had 2 x RD500 & 1 x RG500, boy does he wish he'd held on to 1 of them now.

Now I have a deep & meaningful (and lasting) love affair with my Gsxr 1100w.
The last of the monsters! :w00t:


I've not used my Gixxer for a few years now - I bought it in Hong Kong, some 11 years ago and it's been a great bike as well - you'll probably notice a few modifications though (if you clicked the autoshite link?) ... still in progress but was put on hold when I moved to the USA in 2001..:whistling: I'm sure it's only done 32,000km as well, which is nothing for these engines.
gtd65;2744899
Bit of a threadjack going on here I suppose...:whistling:

- Shhh, no-one will notice. :thumbsup:

gtd65;2744899
in 1990 bought Steve Hislops old RD250LC - which my mate has totally restored to factory condition - still with Steve's (RIP) name on the V5 :thumbsup: got to be worth a few bob I think?

- Wow, a genuine little piece of Scot/British biking history there.

gtd65;2744899
Here is a link over at Autoshite with my X7


- He he he, I used to have a real thing for X7's (I had 3 of the little b*ggers), great bike.

In fact I used to have a thing for 2 strokes in general with several mates with RDs & KHs
(I never had the Kawa triple myself but I've owned the whole range of Suzook GTs at one time or another - excepting the 750, which my brother-in-law had).
Had a nice stint on RDs too, air colled & LCs......but my bro stuck with the 2 strokes the longest & had 2 x RD500 & 1 x RG500, boy does he wish he'd held on to 1 of them now.

Now I have a deep & meaningful (and lasting) love affair with my Gsxr 1100w.
The last of the monsters! :w00t:
Gixxerman001;2742759
LOL

Yeah, the rivalry between the FS1E boys & the AP50, great days.

Then on to various 125s, 185s, 200s & 250s - all on 'L' plates & you never had to worry about taking your test in a set time-scale.

Lots of 2 strokes back then too, KHs, GTs & RDs.

Brakes that didn't like working too good in the wet & tyres that lasted but were hard & made out of plasticine
(Avon Speedmaster 2 anyone? :whistling: .

Nice times. :


Bit of a threadjack going on here I suppose...:whistling:

Yeah I also had an S reg KH250 triple and in 1990 bought Steve Hislops old RD250LC - which my mate has totally restored to factory condition - still with Steve's (RIP) name on the V5 :thumbsup: got to be worth a few bob I think?

Here is a link over at Autoshite with my X7 :thumbsup:

http://autoshite.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3344
gtd65;2741380
It was a great little bike (indicated 56mph with head on the clocks!) until I got my "power of the gods" Suzuki GP100
Those were the days


LOL

Yeah, the rivalry between the FS1E boys & the AP50, great days.

Then on to various 125s, 185s, 200s & 250s - all on 'L' plates & you never had to worry about taking your test in a set time-scale.

Lots of 2 strokes back then too, KHs, GTs & RDs.

Brakes that didn't like working too good in the wet & tyres that lasted but were hard & made out of plasticine
(Avon Speedmaster 2 anyone? :whistling: :oops: ).

Nice times. :thumbsup: :)
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ive just got my shoes and gloves and must say that was a gr8 deal! Ive been looking 4 something cheap and reliable 4 ages and thats the one! Gloves are much better than my old ones as well!
This is a great deal... RST are good quality motorcycle boots, and are well worth the £50 on their own.
The fact that you have a decent pair of MC gloves thrown in, just makes the deal even sweeter.
HOT.
I should imagine judging by the cold votes, thats there's no bikers on here.
Voted Hot!

A month ago a bought some new motobike boots and gloves of similar quality to these and that cost me £100 with a discount!
Unfortunately when the deal isn't directed at the masses it gets voted cold. Folk should just refrain from voting unless they know where you can buy cheaper.

:thumbsup: Voted HOT
Its shouldn't be voted cold the boots retail at £70 and are good boots, £50 is the cheapest you can normally get them for and the gloves are a bonus.
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Pair of Michilen Pilot Sport Motorcycle Tyres £121.50

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Pair of Michilen Pilot Sport Motorcycle Tyres size 120/60ZR17 - 160/60ZR17 (The standard size for most 600/650 like the SV650. Use the discount code Varadero10 for 10% off.
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Motorycle gear sale, Leather Jacket £35, Helmets £25, postage £5

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I just noticed this whilst browsing the site for something else, under their special offers section they're clearing Probe armoured leather jackets for £35, Takachi Helmets for £25, Boots for £25 (I t…
crocodilemick Avatar8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago29 Comments
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Treated myself to one of the £24.99 helmets for use in the car on track. Superb price !

Thanks !
Nothing wrong with helmets with a sub £50 price, I had a cheap £50 Rayven flip top one that saved my head from a nasty bang and no doubt severe grazing when I came off at 35mph round a bend.

Ironically was on the way to buy some new gloves....ended up with bloodied up hands with lots of gravel embedded in my palms lol.
Poor boy
Who am I to argue with someone that values their head at £35
agnostic;1626641
Hmmmm
Let`s all have a think
What stuff has been rduced here.
All of the sh1te that no one wants!!!
Busters sell some decent gear-buy that instead of a fecking takachi "helmet"
CE approved does not mean it`s safe
It means it`s passed the minimum mark
Be safe folks


Well CLEARLY you know better than the rest of us .......NOT.

The Helmets are Safety standard ECE22.05 ACU Gold standard for use on the track. The benchmark for a decent safe approved tried and crash tested device.

I bought an ACU Gold standard helmet in sure knowledge that it will save my ar5e should I crash, helmet was a Nitro only cost 35 quid has same acu accreditation as a 300 quid shoei.

If you have the dis-pleasure of travelling down a road at high speed having parted company with your bike 100 yards earlier you may understand the importance and relevance of these standards.................Ignorance is bliss:thinking:
You should never buy a helmet mail order.
Its critical that crash helmets are a correct fit. Some make helmets i use a size M, others a L will fit better. Other makes i cant get a correct fit whatever the size.
I personally dont rate the Takachi's, but the HJC are good lids..... And the leather jacket is an absolute bargain seeing as it has CE body armour fitted. Although with only a mesh lining it will only be good for summer riding.
All in all though, some great priced motorcycle stuff, especially if you've just started biking..... So voted hot.