Dirtworker portable jet washer £89.99

Getting filthy dirty is what Brit riding's all about, but if you've driven to your ride location, or you live in a flat, a mud-caked bike isn't the way forward.

BikeRadar score 4.5/5

Getting filthy dirty is what Brit riding's all about, but if you've driven to your ride location, or you live in a flat, a mud-caked bike isn't the way forward. If you don't want to be dripping the brown stuff all over your jam jar or best shag pile, you might want to arm yourself with a Dirtworker...

With a capacity of 14 litres, the Dirtworker can easily clean two filthy bikes. We were sceptical at first about how far the water would go, and how powerful the jet would be (the unit is powered by your in-car cigarette lighter point), but those worries went straight out the window - it's awesome. The jet is adjustable so you can give your bike a good soaking; you get three settings - a fine mist, general spray, and 'solid' stream, powered by the 70psi pressure.

It's not as powerful as a full-on jet wash, but you can take it wherever you drive, it won't destroy your bearings, and it's very economical. You can even use it to wash your car, or hose down next door's cat.

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