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Norton Academy gets Government backing

Andy Downes, 16 July 2014 12:21

Norton owner Stuart Garner has been promised Government backing for a new British Motorcycle Manufacture Academy (BMMA) after asking Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne for help on Twitter. Garner, who bought Norton from American hands in 2009 and has been working to bring the brand back to former glory aims to make the BMMA a way of improving the ...

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MotoGP: Half Term Report

Anonymous, 16 July 2014 11:26

We're now midway through the 2014 season and with the summer break upon us, what better time to take stock of the season so far. BTSport man, Neil Hodgson rates the British contingent from Laverty, Redding through to Tech3 man, Bradley Smith.   brightcove.createExperiences();

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Win VIP British Grand Prix tickets and Yamaha MT-09

Anonymous, 16 July 2014 10:21

We've got another pair of VIP, club class tickets to the British Grand Prix on August 31st up for grabs this month to the person topping the leaderboard on Motorcycle Mayhem, a new game by MCNcompare.com similar to the arcade classic, Space Invaders.we carried out a poll on Facebook in April 2014 to find out what annoys motorcyclists on the ...

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New MCN July 16: MCN ride the Ariel Ace

Anonymous, 15 July 2014 10:36

In this week's new look MCN paper, available in newsagents, on iPad and Android from July 16. - We get an exclusive ride of the new Ariel Ace- Real-world, £7k Warriors: Honda CB650 v Suzuki GSX650- Custom Cafe Paris Takeover- New YZF-R1 set for 2015?- MT-09 SR: World First Test PLUS:- Crutchlow to ditch Ducati- Sykes conquers the corkscrew- Guy ...

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BMF show cancelled

Anonymous, 14 July 2014 16:23

The firm behind the BMF’s three big annual events, Mulberry Events Limited, announced on Monday afternoon that it is entering into voluntary liquidation. As a result there will be no BMF Tailend Show this year, which was planned to have been held on 13-14 September. The BMF has stated that it will work with the liquidators of Mulberry Events Limited ...

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Pic with Michael Laverty

Steve Mueller, 14 July 2014 12:55

Our family holiday this year was in Catalunya for the MotoGP. It started well when we met Michael Laverty in the airport. We were chatting for a while and he had a picture with my eldest son Finley. Fin races motocross and rides a KTM50, so you can imagine how much this meant to him, a superstar taking time out ...

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UK law change set to allow isle of Man-style road racing

Simon Patterson, 11 July 2014 12:22

A visit this afternoon to the headquarters of the Williams F1 team from Prime Minister David Cameron will be used to confirm that an amendment to the new Deregulation Bill will give local councils the ability to grant road closing orders for motorsports events. The government, who launched a consultation on the idea earlier this year, are expected to hand ...

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'I'd bite your hand off for a Sport Classic'

Jon Urry, 11 July 2014 09:30

Which used Ducatis are hot – and which are not? MCN speaks to expert John Hackett from Ducati Coventry. Ducati is the strongest it has ever been right now, claims John Hackett - otherwise known as the UK’s Mr Ducati! "There is a real buzz surrounding the brand and that is encouraging riders to try a Ducati when otherwise they ...

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Budget Roadsters - ‘What more could you want?’

Michael Neeves, 10 July 2014 18:09

The mission...Simple, but wonderfully capable naked bikes like the Triumph Street Triple and Yamaha MT-07 offer huge kicks for little money. They’re proof you don’t need big power and the latest electronic trickery to have fun. But can Honda’s new CB650F fight its way to the top of this popular class? Honda’s new CB650F isn’t just another Japanese middleweight naked. ...

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Suzuki Gladius price reduced by £1000

Liam Marsden, 10 July 2014 10:50

Suzuki has reduced the price of the SFV650 Gladius by £1000 to just £4,999. To put that into perspective, it's just £650 more expensive than a Yamaha YZF-R125. There's also an ABS version available, which will cost £5,399. Suzuki GB General Manager Paul de Lusignan said: "We're delighted to announce the new pricing of the SFV650. With many market factors ...

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