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ARMR WPL770 glove £69.99

What’s good? Avail­able in sizes S to 3XL, the WPL770 glove is 100% breath­able and wa­ter­proof. The gloves are touch­screen com­pat­i­ble and have pro­tec­tion against abra­sion, as well as a shock ab­sorb­ing gel pad in the palm. There is also a rain wiper on the in­dex fin­ger for when the weather gets rough. What’s not? Only avail­able in black. www.tri-mo­tive.com

Pu­to­line 1001 Pen­e­trat­ing + PTFE Spray (500ml) £9.43

What’s good? Pu­to­line’s lat­est spray uses a new for­mula, which is per­fect for pen­e­trat­ing, lu­bri­cat­ing and pro­tect­ing ar­eas of your bike. The can also comes with a handy dual straw noz­zle, mean­ing you can switch from a spray to a pre­cise stream with ease. What’s not? It is a lit­tle pricier than some of its com­peti­tors, how­ever it comes in a slightly larger can than some. www.pu­to­line.co.uk

Tirox Snap Jack V2 £69.99

What’s good? A por­ta­ble jack for lu­bri­cat­ing, clean­ing or ad­just­ing your chain, the Snap Jack can be used on the ma­jor­ity of bikes and is de­signed to be por­ta­ble. The jack locks in the cor­rect po­si­tion on the swingarm with the side­stand down, al­low­ing you to move your rear wheel freely. What’s not? It is not suit­able for cruis­ers. www.bikeit­trade.com

Force­field Pro Sub 4K back pro­tec­tor £164.99

What’s good? Orig­i­nally launched in 2009, this lat­est in­car­na­tion is CE level 2 ap­proved and is de­signed to mould to your body. This is a com­fort­able back pro­tec­tor and can be worn for road, track and off-road ac­tion. What’s not? It is slightly thicker than some other pro­tec­tors. www.force­field­bod­yarmour.com

Yoshimura Street Triple 765 £27-£582

What’s good? Add some­thing ex­tra to your Tri­umph Street Triple 765 or Day­tona 675R with these new af­ter­mar­ket good­ies from Yoshimura. The range in­cludes a car­bon-look tank pad, tail tidy kit and Al­pha T slip- on ex­haust kit. The Al­pha T also adds in­creased horse­power and torque fig­ures for both bikes. What’s not? The Al­pha T range is not road le­gal. www.per­for­man­ceparts-ltd.com

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