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Top 5 125cc sports bikes

James Keen, 17 July 2009 14:26

If you're in the market for a sporty learner bike, look no further. Thinking of trading in? Sell your bike with MCN for £9.99 Sports 125s are the stuff of teenage dreams, the kind of machines that have youngsters cashing in savings accounts and resorting to after-school jobs at fast food outlets.   Top 10 coolest 125cc bikes Here's 5 of the sharpest looking, best ...

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5 great 125cc scooters

James Keen, 12 June 2009 12:07

So you've just passed your CBT and you're in the market for a decent 125cc scooter... but which one? There's so much choice out there it can be overwhelming for new riders. That's why we've short listed 5 of the best.  Top 10 coolest 125cc bikes Read on for retro cool Vespas, supercharged Peugeots and a Gilera scooter that looks like ...

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New Rider guide: Your biking future starts now

James Keen, 10 June 2009 15:06

Flick through the digital magazine below for everything you need to know to prepare for life on two wheels. Get 3 issues of RiDE magazine for £5 The New Rider magazine, which came free in this month's RiDE magazine, is the perfect introduction to motorcycling. It features the steps involved in getting your licence, a head-to-toe kit guide, how to find ...

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Practical Test: The new motorcycle test explained

James Keen, 12 March 2009 12:17

It’s been about eight years since I took my practical for real and nearly as long since I last performed a proper feet-up u-turn, so I’m interested to see how I tackle the slow speed manoeuvres that form the off road part of the new motorcycle test. As a teenager I’d had a bunch of lessons and professional tuition on ...

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30mph limit is dangerous

dghackett, 23 June 2008 23:15

I believe that 70mph is the speed limit on dual carriageways. As long as you are not a hazard to others then you travel at the speed you are happy with. If 70mph is a must during your motorcycle test how can the goverment justify the 30mph limits for 50cc motorbikes and scooters?! These are allowed to use dual carrageways. ...

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