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  1. Nicky Hayden 1981-2017

    Nicky Hayden wasn’t your usual MotoGP star. From the moment he walked into the MotoGP paddock at Suzuka in the spring of 2003 to the moment he left in November 2015, he was unfailingly polite, humble...

    Nicky Hayden 1981-2017
  2. Gallery: Rocking retros

    If you want to have a chilled ride, one or two up, a modern classic should do the trick.  MCN contributor Jon Urry put the theory to the test with Honda's CB1100 EX, BMW's R nineT Pure and...

    Gallery: Rocking retros
  3. Alien Moto win PETA award for vegan suit

    Swedish company Alien Moto have won a Proggy Award from animal rights charity PETA for their completely vegan motorcycle suit which they unveiled in October 2016. PETA's Proggy (short for progress)...

    Alien Moto win PETA award for vegan suit
  4. Husqvarna 701 Svartpilen and Vitpilen spied

    Husqvarna are about to unleash a new range of bikes and these exclusive spy shots show the firm has a few surprises up its sleeve, too. Husqvarna’s trump card is that they have access to sister...

    Husqvarna 701 Svartpilen and Vitpilen spied
  5. WSB: Haslam looking to mix it with factory boys

    Leon Haslam has his sights set on the podium as he makes a welcome return to the Superbike World Championship at Donington Park this weekend. Making a wildcard appearance with the Puccetti Kawasaki...

    WSB: Haslam looking to mix it with factory boys
  1. Motorcycling mourns tragic death of Nicky Hayden

    It has been announced that 2006 MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden has died, following a crash on Wednesday afternoon while training on his bike near the Misano circuit in Italy. The 35-year-old was...

    Motorcycling mourns tragic death of Nicky Hayden
  2. TT: Lee Johnston parts company with Jackson Racing

    Lee Johnston has parted company with the Jackson Racing team ahead of the 2017 Isle of Man TT, which gets underway this Saturday. MCN understands the decision was made between Johnston and the team...

    TT: Lee Johnston parts company with Jackson Racing
  3. Energica charging less

    Energica, the Italian company behind the Eva and Ego electric motorcycles are not yet approved as part of the UK government's Plug-In grant for electric vehicles, so they've decided to reduce the...

    Energica charging less
  4. MotoGP: Riders hit out at Barcelona layout changes

    A number of MotoGP riders have hit out at the changes brought in for this year’s Catalan Grand Prix at the Barcelona circuit, after first getting the chances to try out the new layout during a...

    MotoGP: Riders hit out at Barcelona layout changes