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Hi guys

Ive been riding since i was 17 (19 now)

Currently on a retal CBF600, crashed my 250ninja.

Im being KILLED by winter without heated grips on the CBF.

Anyone have any advice on how to stop my fingers throbbing when i get off?

My current gloves are Alpine Gore-Tex

(http://www.getgeared.co.uk/ALPINESTARS_Jet_Road_Gore-Tex_Motorcycle_Gloves?sc=16&category=330460)

Any tips on how i can stop them freezing please!

Andy

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Hi guys

Ive been riding since i was 17 (19 now)

Currently on a retal CBF600, crashed my 250ninja.

Im being KILLED by winter without heated grips on the CBF.

Anyone have any advice on how to stop my fingers throbbing when i get off?

My current gloves are Alpine Gore-Tex

(http://www.getgeared...category=330460)

Any tips on how i can stop them freezing please!

Andy

Yes, there are plenty of us :(

http://www.policespecials.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=106501

To answer your question, I'd look at the Keis heated glove liners. About £45, plus the cost of the battery pack for them (guess you are looking at about £75 in total).

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Oh sweet.

They look good, might have to get some of those!

Thx!

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  • 3 weeks later...

Yeah same hear!!!

The cold really hurts my hands!!!! I only where thin leather glove!!!! :whistle:

So try and buy some windproof gloves with thick wool inside :D

I passed my bike test in 2008 with I was 17 too!!! at least we had the easier test!!!!

:D

Packagebuilder

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Ive been riding since i was 17 (19 now)

Forget the gloves, it's your bottom that must be killing you.
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Look at some Oxford heated grips. Got some on my CBR600F, easy to fit (and I'm a REAL technophobe) simple on/off switch and they really take the edge off. I found I even have to turn them off occasionally as they are that effective.

Some slightly more expensive models have an adjustment dial if you want to get fancy.

I found they do remove some of the sensitivity through the grips but nothing drastic. They are also cleverly designed to detach really easily with plug in connectors. All the wiring stays put just undo the velcro on the grips themselves.

£30 quid or so, got mine on ebay.

Or just man up.... :whistle:

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