I clean mine either with a clean, damp mocrofibre cloth, Muc-off visor spray or, if I have forgotten to take visor wipes with me, a wet serviette in a cafe. I like to clean the visor and helmet as soon as I'm home every single time I use it. About once a month Mr B takes the visor off for me and it and the helmet get a really good clean. I am very fussy about my crash helmet and even wash my hair most days so I don't get the inside grubby. It lives on a proper helmet cushion. My spare helmet is stored in a helmet bag, in it's box. That has a spotless visor on as well
When I used to commute I bough a new visor every autumn but from now on I'll hopefully not need to do it so often.
Mr B takes his crash helmet off and doesn't clean it until he wants to use it again. It drives me mad!
Technical and tyres
@Colonial-Piglet I'm guessing the Diesel will be Higher from just above tickover to just short of Redline........ In Sport mode it's a bit like a Sledgehammer.......... and it revs very smoothly and quickly .........and it's really not like any Diesel I've ever driven, It even sounds sporty too...........the only car i've come accross that's been quicker was the M6 and it wasn't really that much quicker at all.......... Took my Neighbor out in it a while back and he was amazed.......... He owns an RS Focus...........!
@alol I tend to agree. Nothing against Shakey but I was routing for any of the other riders to win the series. Saw the Donington Park round and enjoyed it but the main events were a bit of a let down because of over dominance by the Ducati team.
BSB & TT
I take your point about Shakey, It's just that sometimes he runs his mouth off. In the past he scathed about the showdown format, Well after his Oulton Park "Performance" last month it sure worked out for him this year. Don't like Ducati in Production racing (and never have tbh) as they have always bent/manipulated the rules to suit themselves.