For Sale : Apex Alpinestar Gloves waterproof and breathable

For Sale : Apex Alpinestar Gloves waterproof and breathable

Hi Guys,

I have for sale Apex Aplnestar gloves. They are M size and wore only once as I used heated gloves throughout winter. They are like new

Brilliant glove very warm and fully waterproof and breathable with Drystar membrane yet not bulky. Quality product from Alpinestar.

New retail at 90 EUR – I am looking for 70 EUR!

Some pics below

Thanks for looking
Paul

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Farquhar and Amor to renew rivalry

Farquhar and Amor to renew rivalry

Comeback men Ryan Farquhar and Keith Amor are set to renew their rivalry at next month’s Tandragee 100 road races.

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The pair regularly fought it out for the top honours at Irish national events before retiring from the sport .

Both riders returned to action last year, but confined their efforts to the smaller capacity classes.

The duo have decided to take in the Superbike and Superstock class this year and will lock horns in the Open class at the County Armagh circuit.

Farquhar will campaign his Kawasaki Superstock at the event, while Scot Amor will be on board a BMW , with backing from RigDeluge.

The Dungannon Dart will compete in a 1000cc class at an Irish road race for the first time since he won the Grand Final at Skerries in 2012.

Both men will use the event as preparation for the North West 200 and Isle of Man TT international races.

Among the main opposition they will face at Tandragee is Cookstown B.E. Racing pilot Jamie Hamilton.

Mullingar’s Derek McGee is also entered on Wilson Craig’s Hondas, while William Dunlop will be one of the fancied runners in the Supersport class on his CD Racing Yamaha.

The entry also includes Skerries rider Michael Sweeney, Davy Morgan, Shaun Anderson, Connor Behan, Paul Robinson, Sam Wilson and Seamus Elliott.

In addition, former Grand Prix star Jeremy McWilliams will team up with Farquhar to ride Roger Winfield’s Harris Yamahas in the Forgotten Era class on his Tandragee debut.

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A total prize fund of £10,000 will be on offer, including £2,000 set aside for the main race of the afternoon, the Tandragee 100 Superbike race.

Nine races are planned for Saturday 2 May, with roads closing at 10:00 BST. Roads will close for practice from 15:00 on Friday 1 May.


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For Sale : TT and Manx GP pitlane fireproof gear

For Sale : TT and Manx GP pitlane fireproof gear

New OMP fireproof balaclava

New OMP gloves

New OMP goggles

2 used Proban orange coveralls

2 TT Supporters Club black coveralls

would like to sell the whole lot together £120 sterling plus 15 postage. if you had to buy it all it would be close to £300

might split if i get reasonable offers for each item

028 867 3717zero or 07736 33377zero
in tyrone

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Motorcycling delivers 53 billion a year to UK economy

Motorcycling delivers 53 billion a year to UK economy

MOTORCYCLE sales deliver £5.3 billion a year to the UK economy while the industry generates ‘added value’ of more than £2 billion, according to a report.

The report commisioned by the Motorcycle Industry a**ociation says the industry directly employs 58,500 people in 5,700 business, pays over £1 billion in tax, and exports around £450 million a year, up 12% since 2008.

The £2 billion added value is more than generated by fuel retailers, call centres, the performing arts and PR and communications, according to the report, called ‘Economic Benefits of the UK Motor Cycle Industry 2014’.

The report, by ICF Consulting Services, says: ‘For comparison, this adds more value to the UK economy than each of the following sectors: agriculture, forestry and fishing activities; the performing arts; nurseries and other child day care activities; call centre activities; PR and communications activities; veterinary activities; the activities of news agencies; passenger and freight water transport activities; retailers of jewellery and watches; and retailers of automotive fuels, lubricants and cooling products in the UK.

‘The industry directly employs more than 58,500 people in 5,700 businesses, which is more than each of the following: agriculture, forestry and fishing activities; the manufacture of pharmaceuticals; the manufacture of textiles; retailers of jewellery and watches; retailers of automotive fuels, lubricants and cooling products; veterinaries; performing arts; the market research sector; and taxi driving.’

Steve Kenward, CEO of the Motorcycle Industry a**ociation, said the document should be read by all those making policy decisions about transport.

He said: ‘There are now nearly twice as many motorcycles licensed (and license exempt) for the road than there were 20 years ago and the general trajectory for motorcycle use is upwards. Around a third of all new registrations are for smaller motorcycles, likely to be used for commuting, and we see this as an increasing trend with motorcycles helping to tackle congestion as part of a low carbon future.’

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