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military issue gore-tex over trousers
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6.0
Reviewed by stickysidedown
"The camo gore waterproofs have been updated now the new MTP camo pattern is being rolled out, unl..."
Yamaha XT 1200Z Super Tenere
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8.8
Reviewed by kiejoe65
"wanted one of these since they first came on the market, the price for new was the issue, i had t..."
STELLA ALPINA RALLY OH YES!
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3.0
Reviewed by Zintxo
"Will be going back on a bike that can get up the mountain to get my Blue Peter Badge and to meet ..."
Ride around Western Europe
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6.0
Reviewed by Zintxo
"Brilliant ride with my mate and so much to see whilst meeting great people."
Airdrieonians do Morrocco
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8.0
Reviewed by 8848
"John, Fantastic read about your trip to Morrocco, it sound like you had a good trip with the boy..."
Aprilia Pegaso Strada
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7.3
Reviewed by Chidgey
"Good points handles well , feels like a super motard you sit over the front, great under seat s..."
2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer ABS
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8.8
Reviewed by ExplorerRob
"no problems 20k miles powder coating and any black paint very thin powder coating on rear diff co..."
2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer ABS
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8.9
Reviewed by redbullaholic
"This bike is an out and out mile muncher, well planted on the tarmac and able to hustle in twisti..."
Bum bag for bikers ( 3um3ag43ikers )
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2.3
Reviewed by bikenav
"bought a progrip bumbag dont know the model name or anything standard type black one main compart..."
2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer ABS
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8.3
Reviewed by slowhand
"THE TALK I bought this bike in September 2012 as a replacement for my Aprilia Pegaso Trail (revi..."
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure
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8.8
Reviewed by BigBashBonanza
"I've always had sports bikes (Fireblades mainly!) and although I'd heard lots of positive vibs ab..."
Honda NC700X - What's not to like
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8.1
Reviewed by crofty
"This is listed as a adventure bike by Honda but it is obviously a road going bike However i have ..."
Rukka Armas Gortex Pro Shell
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8.8
Reviewed by adieboy
"On first inspection the Jacket is, as you would expect of very high quality. All the zips and clo..."
Triumph Tiger 1050
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7.6
Reviewed by haggis
"It may be aging now but I have had a long long relationship with the 1050. I've clocked up long m..."
Kenya with Fredlink
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5.0
Reviewed by Chip
"Check out the website, amazing value for an outstanding service and experience 5 Star :)"
Triumph Tiger 800 XC
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8.9
Reviewed by sexysi
"Had this Bike for about 6 months and I have had my ups and downs with it. The goods points, exce..."
Yamaha TDM900
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8.1
Reviewed by Pippobug
"I am very happy with it even after all these years. I have looked around for a substitute but not..."
MRA VARIO TOURING SCREEN
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6.0
Reviewed by Throttled
"Mine came with my Versys Touring. I have tried all the settings whilst running up and down a stre..."
Honda Transalp XL650V
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8.4
Reviewed by wimj
"I bought this bike in 2004, 3 years after it was sold the 1st time. It had done 7000 km at that t..."
Triumph Tiger 800 XC
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9.6
Reviewed by Arran22
"I may be jumping the gun here, however its made a decent first impression! I'm only 19 and yet I'..."
Yamaha XT 1200Z Super Tenere
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5.8
Reviewed by jonno
"Yamaha Super Tenere review from new purchase to sale after 3 years and 24,000 miles Background – ..."
Frank thomas force aqua trousers
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8.6
Reviewed by inkyjim92
"Perfect for commuting, not so much for touring or heavy rain."
RST Paragon
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8.2
Reviewed by Mike101
"I bought a set of Paragon 3's and have done 2k on them. The jacket has some great points but som..."
Bum bag for bikers ( 3um3ag43ikers )
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10.0
Reviewed by Throttled
"I have used this seat pad for a year. It is the cheapest product on the market, easy to fit, it l..."
MRA VARIO TOURING SCREEN
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8.7
Reviewed by vintry
"Recently bought the MRA vario X-creen for the Tiger. This has got the larger spoiler and is recom..."
Continental Trail Attack 2 tyres
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9.7
Reviewed by Bryn
"Review by Craig Whitney With a 3500 mile trip ahead of me it was time to select the right tyres ..."
Forma Adventure Boots
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9.0
Reviewed by Shalrok
"I'd been looking to replace my old boots and have the ability to walk around when getting to my d..."
ARDcases x2 and halon racks
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9.3
Reviewed by Heff
"I had been using the BMW System panniers on the Gs and found these to be style over function, so ..."
Fenda Extenda
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10.0
Reviewed by Throttled
"UK bikes need Fenda extenders IMO due to our wet weather. There are various makes from the likes ..."
Vango Banshee 200 Tent
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8.7
Reviewed by Throttled
"I use this tent for good weather camping. The dark colour helps keep out the light on short summe..."
TrialsDay.com - trial riding experience in Staffordshire
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4.0
Reviewed by HarveyCamm
"Monday morning 7am – the urge to stand up on the pegs this morning is strong – however the bars o..."
My First Bike Ride
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2.0
Reviewed by Doofry
"Thanks for your story it really brightened up my lunch in work with me laughing at a fair few poi..."
Crivet Flip Front helmet
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7.4
Reviewed by Shinglekicker
"Mindful of the old adage about a £50 helmet for a £50 head I was a bit dubious about buying this ..."
BMW Airflow 2 Boots
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7.6
Reviewed by Shinglekicker
"An impulse buy in a sale, these boots have spent much of the last 2 years kicking around the hous..."
Nolan N91 S n-com
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4.6
Reviewed by Shinglekicker
"Having a large odd shaped head, I was looking for a flip front helmet that was comfortable, offer..."
Kenya Safari
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1.0
Reviewed by gbags
"Not really much of a review is it?"
Forma Adventure Boots
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8.6
Reviewed by Shinglekicker
"A nice looking boot - especially (according to my wife) in the brown/black combination- these had..."
Mini Trangia
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8.3
Reviewed by Brenhden
"OK so I've used a full sized Millets rip off of a Trangia for the last ten years including 5 mont..."
Alpkit Airo 180
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8.3
Reviewed by Brenhden
"OK so I got this as not only am I adventuring and camping but I am also parking my bike on the ou..."
Adventure with a capital
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7.5
Reviewed by philsil
"I swapped my R1100RS for this little big bike. A pretty thing with a revvy engine I was eager to ..."
Edelrid Hexon Multi Fuel
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10.0
Reviewed by northlondoncookie
"Had this stove for over a year and has worked well. Easy to take apart and service and well thoug..."
Home Camping Equipment Stoves MSR Whisperlite

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MSR Whisperlite

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Manufacturer MSR
Product Name Whisperlite
Price 50
Weight: 410g

The WhisperLite camp stove has been the one to choose on outdoor adventurers for more than 20 years. Backpackers, climbers, hikers and adventure travelers alike have come to rely on its easy-to-use design and durable, stainless steel and brass construction to deliver dependable performance in most any situation.

Package includes: Fuel pump, windscreen, heat reflector, small-parts kit, instructions, and stuff sack. (Fuel bottle not included.)

Proven: Trusted and field-proven performance for more than 20 years.

Reliable: Simple, durable design.

Compact: Flexible fuel line folds small and fits in most MSR® pots.

Field Maintainable: Shaker Jet™ technology and smart engineering allows complete cleaning and maintenance in the field.

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MSR Whisperlite

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9.7
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Had one for years,although it's been abused and thrown about it's still work's fine'.Yes the flare up is one to watch out for AND DO NOT USE IN A TENT,
On a bike trip plenty of petrol from the bike to keep you going,just drain some out into the pressure bottle,

 

MSR Whisperlite

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9.3
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Bought it on its reputation for simple reliability, and after faffing around to prime and light it the first time, have had no problems since. Do watch the flare up though, very alarming the first time!

 

MSR Whisperlite

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9.3
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Reviewed by Joe
January 17, 2011
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What a great bit of kit! Had mine for going on 6 years and only ever needed one 'o' ring replacing (20p).
Its not the quickest thing to light, having to prime it before you go but once you get into the habit its very easy to do.
Best bits for me are:

Bomb proof reliability (normally lives outside tent in all weathers when on trips)

Genuine multi fuel ability (run mine on white gas, expensive, but normally unleaded)

Can re-fill the bottle at the petrol pump (nozzle fits in it nicely and doesn't cut the pump out)

Ease of cleaning and maintenance

Nozzle changing (depending on fuel) very easy 'in the field'

Very good wind break provided that works well

Mega quick to boil. Would highly recommend a 'Jet boil' pan to go with it, especially if in areas where fuel could be hard to find. They really do considerably reduce boil time and use heat jacket to keep stuff hot whilst cooking other things or leave pasta in hot water to cook itself without the stove, works well!

Bad bits:

Hard to control the flame, so 'delicate' cooking is sometimes difficult.

Lighting it inside a tent is a bit dodgy as 'flare up ' from an over zealous priming could cause a little bonfire

Stove stays alight for maybe 10 seconds after you turn it off as excess fuel is burnt. I guess in an emergency could be problem.

All in all i couldn't happier, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.

hope this helps
Joe

 
 
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