Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

Riding kit ridden in, tools twirled and tyres tested


The first ever dual-mode helmet I wore was the Shoei Syncrotec back in 2001, and while it suited my needs at the time (I was on a BMW tourer launch in Europe), I soon reverted to a conventional full-face when going about my normal daily, biking business.

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