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  1. Harley-Davidson to buy Ducati?

    Sources are suggesting that Harley-Davidson are lining up a takeover bid for Ducati, which is being put up for sale by car manufacturer Volkswagen in a deal that could be worth up to €1.5 billion...

    Harley-Davidson to buy Ducati?
  2. MotoGP: Incredible Zarco takes debut pole position

    MotoGP rookie Johann Zarco has taken an incredible debut pole position in tricky conditions at the Dutch TT, holding off a late charge from reigning world champion Marc Marquez to take the top spot...

    MotoGP: Incredible Zarco takes debut pole position
  3. 'Final Edition' Ducati 1299 Panigale specs LEAKED

    With Ducati expected to release an all-new V4 superbike replacement for the 1299 Panigale, to go on sale in 2018, it was equally inevitable that they would build a Final Edition Panigale. An official...

    'Final Edition' Ducati 1299 Panigale specs LEAKED
  1. First ride: BMW HP4 Race is the real WSB deal

    BMW’s new £68,000, 215bhp track-only HP4 Race is achingly close in feel and speed to a factory superbike. Here’s why: It’s lighter than a WSB bike.  Tipping the scales at 171.5kg, with its...

    First ride: BMW HP4 Race is the real WSB deal
  2. MCN team pick of the day: Suzuki GSX-R750

    MCN's Acting Consumer Editor, Dan Sutherland, has picked today's bike of the day: Suzuki GSX-R750.  Dan says: "This 1996 GSX-R 750 SRAD is in great condition for its age – and has just over...

    MCN team pick of the day: Suzuki GSX-R750
  3. SW Motech engine guard for BMW's R nineT Racer

    We take a quick look at SW Motech's new engine guard for BMW's R nineT Racer (£178). What’s good? "Made from 4mm brushed aluminium, this engine guard promises to protect the Racer’s block and...

    SW Motech engine guard for BMW's R nineT Racer
  4. 7 cracking commuter bikes

    Ride to Work week has got us thinking about bikes that would be fairly sensible choices if you were going to ride every day. Of course, you can ride whatever you want, in whatever weather...

    7 cracking commuter bikes