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Motorcycle Equipment @ Lidl

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Lidl are doing some motorbike gear helmets to socks and everything in between. some good prices available from March16. Jacket 59.71 Trousers 48.92 Boots 29.99 http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf… Read More
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Lidl are doing some motorbike gear helmets to socks and everything in between. some good prices available from March16.
Jacket 59.71
Trousers 48.92
Boots 29.99

http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20090316.index.ar11

Full list - provided by Andywedge - Thank you :
Men's Motorcycle Jacket £58.71
Men's Motorcycle Trousers £48.92
Flip Front Helmet £39.99
Motorcycle Boots £29.99
Twintalker 6800 £24.45
Jet Helmet £22.99
Magnetic Tank Bag £18.58
Motorcycle Rain Suit £12.71
Motorcycle Gloves £12.71
Mens Motorcycle Long-sleeved Top £12.71
Mens Motorcycle Long Johns £8.79
Disc Lock with Alarm £9.77
Motorcycle Rain Overshoes £7.99
Hands-free Kit & Twin Headset £7.82
Motorcycle Cover £6.99
High Visibility Belt £5.99
Balaclava £4.88
Battery Charger £4.88
Kidney Belt £3.90
Motorcycle First Aid Bag £ 2.92
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#1
Can anyone tell me if this gear any good? Is it genuine good stuff at bargain prices or just cheap stuff and slightly reduced pirces?
I'm looking to get a bike and need the full set but you can't mess around where protective clothing is concerned.
#2
I sure the helmets etc meet a minimum safety standard and have the sticker to prove it but you never want to put any bike gear to the test, but if you do need too then get the best you can afford. Having said that their bike stuff is never on the shelves long so someone must be buying it.
#3
seems to have quite a good rep amongst some people. should be safe as all armor is ce approved even seen it compared to hein gerrick stuff. best thing is go have a look and see what you think.
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d13373d
Can anyone tell me if this gear any good? Is it genuine good stuff at bargain prices or just cheap stuff and slightly reduced pirces?
I'm looking to get a bike and need the full set but you can't mess around where protective clothing is concerned.


I've been riding bikes for nearly 20 years, some cheap stuff can be ok but do as much researchas you can, I've had a few jackets with ce armour and sometimes it doesn't look like it would be upto much, have a look at a good qaulity jacket and then see how it compares.

I'd also be very careful with crash helmets, there issome real cheap rubbish about, one of the problems with cheaper plastic helmets is the way that they react when your head hits the ground, they don't slide like a composite type helmet, which means it can twist your head round violently, this was something I read in either mcn or ride mag.

I'm always on a budget with bike stuff, but you can bag decent bargains on line and in shops like j & S accessories who sell alot of branded stock at knock down prices due to it being last years stock/model. I bought an AGV helmet which was last years model reduced from £250 to £130

Hope this helps... I'll stop now.:-)

Voted hot as a few bits are very cheap and handy
#5
Thanks - will be taking a look on Monday 9am
[helper]#6
I got a jacket and some trousers last year - the good points are the fit was excellent and the armour ce approved and it was cheap £40 for jacket and £30 for trousers. Bad points are that after 30 mins in a medium shower it leaks and its probably not that abrasion resistant - for £70 it was a bargain. However this years stuff looks a fair bit tougher so don't let it not being a brand name put you off......

The waterproof suit looks a bargain but I wouldn't bother with the motorbike cover - suspect it will be way too small.

Expect Aldi to have motorbike stuff in the next few weeks as well- they did last year.
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ok

Here is my experience with the lidi gear.

a) Dont touch the Heavy Duty bike cover - in the summer it heated up and stuck to my tank what a mess that made . Grrrrrrrrrrr

b) Bike boots - Zip burst after 3 times wearing them ( only one boot burst) Oh and they dont keep out the rain.

c) Brother bought the flip up helmet , He loves it.

d) I bought the Jacket - Yup its waterproof and i cant fault it.

e) Missed out on the Trouser . But bought FOX trousers instead costing me double . But they are worth it.


Hope this helps.
#8
I've got a pair of their gloves, and they've been a very good 3-season glove - not quite warm enough for the worst of winter, but waterproof and windproof.

Other things of theirs I've tried are:
intercom - not much use at all; you can't use it above 30mph.
Kidney belt - does the job of keeping the lower back warm,
Tank bag - not bad for the money, although I don't think it would stand up to heavy regular use.

I looked at the boots, but didn't think they looked substantial enough.
banned#9
I bought the winter, waterproof gloves a while back.

They had a thorough testing in the Alps last summer. Plenty warm enough down to -4C at 2500m in the Austrian Tyrol, when riding up to the Kaunertal Glacier. Heated grips help of course.

They were pretty waterproof too. 2 of my 14 days were very wet.

The only criticism is the lining. It's not fixed into the fingers so sometimes comes out, especially if it is warm and you have sweaty hands (downside of heated grips :) ). Getting it back into the fingers involves a little faffing about with a biro.
#10
I wouldn't touch the "B-Square" helmets personally, they come under a lot of criticism from German bikers. Rest of the stuff looks reasonable though.
#11
I bought the boots last time around and lets just say they arent as good as they sound :( also bought the waterproofs and have to say I'm still using them without any problems and it was well worth the £12 I shelled out for them. also bout the 2 way talker and havent used it lol its been lying there for years hehe
#12
I'll vote this hot, I don't have a bike but go outdoor karting 2-4 times a year i.e. not often enough to justify paying for the branded stuff but enough to appreciate a helmet that doesn't have a scratched up visor and that's been dropped more than I care to think about and some decent gloves.
#13
looks good will be popping in
#14
May try and get a neck tube if they do them and a pair of winter gloves. Thoroughly recommend the hein gericke clearance ebay shop
#15
voted hot...will get a few goodies for my hubbys bday
#16
OK i've tried quite a bit lidl/aldi gear and heres my lowdown

jacket - Fairly waterproof and good windproofing so warm, however i found after a while the velcro came off which keeps the collar closed also couple of prestuds became loose and opened too easily - the armour was loose as in it moved around your arms - so im sure if the worse did happen you couldn't count on it staying put and protecting that particular part.
5/10
Pants - again fairly waterproof and windproof/warm but the armoured knee pads were too loose to be effective - you could just push them round your leg so would be wary of it being any use if the worst should happen
5/10

boots - I would class these as a summer/fair weather boot only - THEY LEAK BADLY i used them to commute and they just leaked through all the seams even though they looked to be all sealed even if it was not raining my feet wouold be soaked from the spray just off the road i was really disapointed with these and would avoid - if you get wet you get cold fast.
3/10

Gloves gloves are reasonably waterproof and windproof i'd say for summer/spring prob ok with heated grips but just too cold for winter - as mentioned previously though the finger linings aren't attched at the tips which is REALLY FRUSTRATING id pull my gloves off and the finger lining would pull out so far into the hand making them impossible to put on unless you tediously poked them back in - not good when you haved filled up at the petrol station and want to get off grrrr felt like bloody burning them some times !
5/10

Balaclava i had a wind tec mouth triangle scarf thing reccomended from a bike shop and thought id try the full balaclava for morning commute when it was chilly - it was described as windproof - but too be honest i'd say it is just a helmet liner and didn't stop wind and just wasn't a patch on my fleecy windproof one.
5/10

Bike Cover The one i got was the heavy duty fleece lined one which they don;t seem to have now it seemed great is was waterproof and thick and fleecy so didn't scratch my pride and joy - unfortunately my german shepherd pup took a taste for it and it ended up in tatters - somebody mentioned theres melted onto their tank in the summer - can;tg comment on that didn't get to summer.
8/10

Rain Suit ok for a light shower and windproof properties but did leak after a fair shower
7/10

Too be honest my advice to people is to go to proper bike shops ask around and look in the sales - there is proper approved good name gear which can actually be sourced cheaper than lidl/aldi i've just got a ixs jacket for £40 from j&s. I would definatley get some better boots i got some gaerne ones in the sale for £60 and they have never ever leaked no matter how bad the weather - i commute all year round - personally i haven't had any experience with the helmets there but i would look at the sharp ratings at below link and look for models from that - how much is your head worth ?
sharp.direct.gov.uk/

I would say however if your new to motorcycling or ride a scooter etc you would definatley be better of wearing these than no protective clothing at all !!

Must point out the labeling in the clothing stated words to the effect it was not certified protection gear and could not be relyed on even though it says ce ???

Stay Safe peeps :thumbsup:
#17
This started yesterday. Any reviews?
#18
Got a pair of gloves today..they are ok.cost about £13.....even have kelver in them..........did,nt really need any of the other stuff..some already sold out......the helmets are a bit cheaply made....you can get better for £40....coats not that cheap to be honest.......got to keep your eye on the bike shop half price sales......hot through.
#19
funkymartyn
Got a pair of gloves today..they are ok.cost about £13.....even have kelver in them..........did,nt really need any of the other stuff..some already sold out......the helmets are a bit cheaply made....you can get better for £40....coats not that cheap to be honest.......got to keep your eye on the bike shop half price sales......hot through.

Thanks. went for a look tonight. Only the cheaper helmets and balaclava's left (Blyth)

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