Full leather race suit Oxford RP-2 1-piece  'new with tags' free fast delivery £140 - ebay /  cmcbikes-uk
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Full leather race suit Oxford RP-2 1-piece 'new with tags' free fast delivery £140 - ebay / cmcbikes-uk

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Found 18th Jan
40, 42, 44 sizes still available
The rrp for these is £499.

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...And 1.01% top cashback.
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snappyfish1 h, 7 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car driver 'mindsets' you meet when filtering:

- "Captain Oblivious" - This driver has the spacial awareness of a dead elk, never checks their mirrors (even when changing direction) because they're often busy reading emails, txts or watching a movie on their smart device whilst crawling in rush hour traffic (true story for the latter).

- "All bikers can FRO!!" - This driver hates bikers with a passion. The 'red mist' descends because he/she has to sit in traffic whilst bikers disappear off into the horizon. This driver justifies their mindset with logic such as "I pay more 'road tax' so why should I let them past?"

- "Car biker" - A shining beacon of hope amidst a smoggy cesspit of traffic. This driver is potentially a current/ex biker, friend or family member to a biker or just someone who understands plain, common sense logic that trying to hold up a biker is futile and totally worthless. As ultimately, in the next minute or so they will find an opening to move past you and continue on their journey to defeat the evil Lord Zedd and his army of abominations...
snappyfish8 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


Never thought of my self as a power ranger before
Perhaps if you were monitoring your rear view mirror a little more often, you could pull in early and let them get past.
snappyfish21 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.

Or the people who drive down congestion in city centres and free up parking spaces for you.
snappyfish1 h, 30 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


Yes, would be much better if they didn't bother to acknowledge your effort at all.

I wave as thanks for two reasons, it acknowledges the fact they've bothered to make space to let me past safely rather than deliberately and pointlessly block me to ensure my journey is 15 seconds longer than it otherwise could be, and the fact it means THEY'VE ACTUALLY SEEN ME and are therefore far less likely to hit me as they change lanes in slow moving traffic without looking.
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This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.

Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 18th Jan
snappyfish8 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


Never thought of my self as a power ranger before
Perhaps if you were monitoring your rear view mirror a little more often, you could pull in early and let them get past.
snappyfish21 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.

Or the people who drive down congestion in city centres and free up parking spaces for you.
airbus33017 m ago

Never thought of my self as a power ranger before Perhaps if you …Never thought of my self as a power ranger before Perhaps if you were monitoring your rear view mirror a little more often, you could pull in early and let them get past.


Asking a cager to use their mirrors?????

Darwin's theory of evolution fails
philphil6118th Jan

Asking a cager to use their mirrors?????Darwin's theory of evolution fails


Cager. I like that.
Shoulder sliders! I think if you're getting your shoulders down you probably want to spend a bit more than this on your leathers.

Bloody cheap for a full set of leathers, though.
snappyfish1 h, 7 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car driver 'mindsets' you meet when filtering:

- "Captain Oblivious" - This driver has the spacial awareness of a dead elk, never checks their mirrors (even when changing direction) because they're often busy reading emails, txts or watching a movie on their smart device whilst crawling in rush hour traffic (true story for the latter).

- "All bikers can FRO!!" - This driver hates bikers with a passion. The 'red mist' descends because he/she has to sit in traffic whilst bikers disappear off into the horizon. This driver justifies their mindset with logic such as "I pay more 'road tax' so why should I let them past?"

- "Car biker" - A shining beacon of hope amidst a smoggy cesspit of traffic. This driver is potentially a current/ex biker, friend or family member to a biker or just someone who understands plain, common sense logic that trying to hold up a biker is futile and totally worthless. As ultimately, in the next minute or so they will find an opening to move past you and continue on their journey to defeat the evil Lord Zedd and his army of abominations...
Awsome deal by the way...
Genuine leather for 140quid? Dont think so. Heat anyway
snappyfish1 h, 30 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


Yes, would be much better if they didn't bother to acknowledge your effort at all.

I wave as thanks for two reasons, it acknowledges the fact they've bothered to make space to let me past safely rather than deliberately and pointlessly block me to ensure my journey is 15 seconds longer than it otherwise could be, and the fact it means THEY'VE ACTUALLY SEEN ME and are therefore far less likely to hit me as they change lanes in slow moving traffic without looking.
something like this will be good if you get involved in a freak accident & get special powers
snappyfish1 h, 37 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


You don’t have to move over, it’s just something decent people do... thanks on behalf of the power rangers, your cooperation is appreciated
Chuck Norris would wear this while making breakfast
TBH I'm a bit suspect about the leathers (let alone the RRP) as Motorcycle Mega Store was knocking the RP3 out at £100 in November 17. The lure is the brand name.

hotukdeals.com/dea…732

But there is a video review here, which actually makes it look pretty good for the money
Edited by: "airbus330" 18th Jan
There's a few decent bargain from the same seller
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Can't resist these deals on HUKD..... now what else do I need, oh yeah a motorbike !
mistera2 h, 20 m ago

You don’t have to move over, it’s just something decent people do... tha …You don’t have to move over, it’s just something decent people do... thanks on behalf of the power rangers, your cooperation is appreciated


Not one to correct others - I'm human and therefore I make misrakes also. That said

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You shouldn't need to "move over, it's just the decent thing to do"

Rule 160
Once moving you should

  • keep to the left, unless road signs or markings indicate otherwise. The exceptions are when you want to overtake, turn right or pass parked vehicles or pedestrians in the road

When I was taught to drive I was taught to drive about 1ft away from the kerb but that's the military for you
Edited by: "philphil61" 18th Jan
MrSweeney3 h, 9 m ago

From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car …From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car driver 'mindsets' you meet when filtering:- "Captain Oblivious" - This driver has the spacial awareness of a dead elk, never checks their mirrors (even when changing direction) because they're often busy reading emails, txts or watching a movie on their smart device whilst crawling in rush hour traffic (true story for the latter).- "All bikers can FRO!!" - This driver hates bikers with a passion. The 'red mist' descends because he/she has to sit in traffic whilst bikers disappear off into the horizon. This driver justifies their mindset with logic such as "I pay more 'road tax' so why should I let them past?"- "Car biker" - A shining beacon of hope amidst a smoggy cesspit of traffic. This driver is potentially a current/ex biker, friend or family member to a biker or just someone who understands plain, common sense logic that trying to hold up a biker is futile and totally worthless. As ultimately, in the next minute or so they will find an opening to move past you and continue on their journey to defeat the evil Lord Zedd and his army of abominations...


Brilliant...and so, so true
Rated hot! I'm a car biker and need another bike after selling my Fazer 600. Cheap gimp suit! Heat Added hehe
Thanks, bagged one. Just need to buy a bike now!
Edited by: "jobibear" 18th Jan
airbus3305 h, 2 m ago

Never thought of my self as a power ranger before Perhaps if you …Never thought of my self as a power ranger before Perhaps if you were monitoring your rear view mirror a little more often, you could pull in early and let them get past.


My last bike was a GSXR purchased it new, loved it. Sold it recently after 12 years of ownership.

Just face it. Guys on sports bikes are NOT ever withing speed limits, filtering like morons most of the time.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 18th Jan
This will do great for my middle life crysis
snappyfish1 h, 26 m ago

My last bike was a GSXR purchased it new, loved it. Sold it recently after …My last bike was a GSXR purchased it new, loved it. Sold it recently after 12 years of ownership. Just face it. Guys on sports bikes are NOT ever withing speed limits, filtering like morons most of the time.


If you had said kids on Just Eat mopeds filtering like morons, I might have agreed with you. (Obviously they don't speed too much!) But, no, compared to the very many countries I have observed lane filtering, UK riders are distinctly tame. Try LA or Mumbai, serious risk of self harm. As someone who rides a sport bike, actually I don't filter fast as I want to get there in one piece. If someone moves out of the way for me to pass, I'll even give them a friendly wave. I'm afraid you've got me bang to rights on the speeding though my bad!
Edited by: "airbus330" 18th Jan
MrSweeney7 h, 7 m ago

From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car …From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car driver 'mindsets' you meet when filtering:- "Captain Oblivious" - This driver has the spacial awareness of a dead elk, never checks their mirrors (even when changing direction) because they're often busy reading emails, txts or watching a movie on their smart device whilst crawling in rush hour traffic (true story for the latter).- "All bikers can FRO!!" - This driver hates bikers with a passion. The 'red mist' descends because he/she has to sit in traffic whilst bikers disappear off into the horizon. This driver justifies their mindset with logic such as "I pay more 'road tax' so why should I let them past?"- "Car biker" - A shining beacon of hope amidst a smoggy cesspit of traffic. This driver is potentially a current/ex biker, friend or family member to a biker or just someone who understands plain, common sense logic that trying to hold up a biker is futile and totally worthless. As ultimately, in the next minute or so they will find an opening to move past you and continue on their journey to defeat the evil Lord Zedd and his army of abominations...


Yeah, you don't know the depths of people's general stupidity until you have ridden amongst them.
This is a hell of a price but I'd look a right tit wearing this on my NC700 lol. Plus I'd have to lose a fair bit of weight to get into a size 44, bargain though.
Great deal thanks muchly,ordered!!
snappyfish10 h, 29 m ago

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


Jealousy again from someone stationery stuck in a car watching the R6’s & CBR’s filter past
MrSweeney9 h, 24 m ago

From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car …From observations over the years, there tends to be 3 general types of car driver 'mindsets' you meet when filtering:- "Captain Oblivious" - This driver has the spacial awareness of a dead elk, never checks their mirrors (even when changing direction) because they're often busy reading emails, txts or watching a movie on their smart device whilst crawling in rush hour traffic (true story for the latter).- "All bikers can FRO!!" - This driver hates bikers with a passion. The 'red mist' descends because he/she has to sit in traffic whilst bikers disappear off into the horizon. This driver justifies their mindset with logic such as "I pay more 'road tax' so why should I let them past?"- "Car biker" - A shining beacon of hope amidst a smoggy cesspit of traffic. This driver is potentially a current/ex biker, friend or family member to a biker or just someone who understands plain, common sense logic that trying to hold up a biker is futile and totally worthless. As ultimately, in the next minute or so they will find an opening to move past you and continue on their journey to defeat the evil Lord Zedd and his army of abominations...


Just sum it up by saying “Audi & BMW drivers” and “ sensible bikers stuck in cars”
Edited by: "jonbee56" 18th Jan
jonbee564 m ago

Jealousy again from someone stationery stuck in a car watching the R6’s & … Jealousy again from someone stationery stuck in a car watching the R6’s & CBR’s filter past


Nope, sold my gsxr after 12 years, got bored. There for track days. Otherwise pointless.
snappyfish5 m ago

Nope, sold my gsxr after 12 years, got bored. There for track days. …Nope, sold my gsxr after 12 years, got bored. There for track days. Otherwise pointless.


Apologies mate, I took your comment as one from a frustrated car driver.
jonbee562 h, 54 m ago

Apologies mate, I took your comment as one from a frustrated car driver.


Na, I appreciate sports bikes, but rarely did I ride slow, ride outs end in silly speeds.

Maybe I just got a little older and slower lol
Thanks for the deal. I didn't buy the suit but found a good deal on some boots from the same seller.
Their attempt at branding failed, it looks ridiculous. Should've kept it all black with a small oxford logo.
snappyfish18th Jan

This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there …This is for the high speed traffic filter power rangers that raise there hand or nod there head when you pull in to let them past.Little do they know you had no choice as there sat on your rear right side bumper.


Witty!
time2share18th Jan

Chuck Norris would wear this while making breakfast



These are made from the top layer of Chuck Norris's skin...
Try them on in the outlet at CMC Chesterfield too. I went in for these and came out with Dainese Assen one piece for £350. Snappyfish seems to have dominated the off topic conversation, sounds like a biker who never was.
Motor cyclists aka body part donars! !
OP s appear only two sizes left.
For a bit more all sizes available:

m.ebay.co.uk/itm…460
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Shud never ride without real leathers. Dads a motorbike driving instructor. Take a chicken n scrub it along a rd at 70mph to see why you need your leathers.
Edited by: "deleted1533980" 28th Jan
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