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Staff Blog: It’s a Family Affair!!

Alison Silcox, 17 June 2013 07:54

  After four and a half long years my other half and I went for our first ride out together over the weekend. Mark was involved in a start-line crash at Brands Hatch when racing his Suzuki SV650 in the Bemsee Minitwin championship. He had a shopping list of injuries and the main one that has impacted his ability to ...

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Kawasaki Z1000 owners needed!

MCN, 12 June 2013 10:40

MCN is looking for Kawasaki Z1000 owners for an upcoming feature. We're specifically looking for owners of: 2003-2006 original pea shooter exhaust model 2007 - 2009 second generation 2010 - current model We'll be using the information to help with our article and there may be a chance you get featured in the paper. Just fill out the information below ...

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Staff Blog: Thanks for all your suggestions

Alison Silcox, 10 June 2013 11:17

Further to my previous blog I've been really chuffed with the amount of reponses I've received so thank you. My route around North Norfolk is taking shape nicely with the addition of a particularly interesting looking bike meet, a windmill with cafe and some great sounding roads to ride. Following some of your suggestions I've decided to extend the trip to take in ...

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Staff Blog: Mud flinging

Liam Marsden, 07 June 2013 08:00

Senior Editor Richard Newland's BMW R1200GS isn't the only longtermer with a mud-flinging problem, the Judge has one too. On damp, wet or just plain dirty roads the front wheel throws up a lot of dirt, with quite a fair amount of it landing on my shins, but most of it caking itself all over the bike. These photos were ...

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Staff Blog: Finding time for the Hyperstrada

Michael Neeves, 06 June 2013 12:02

I’ve never known it to be so busy in MCN Road Test land, so I find myself away travelling lots. It means that sometimes I’m riding my Hyperstrada every day and occasionally weeks will go by where it sits in my garage, untouched. But now things are slowing down a touch. Lots of the new bike tests are fizzling out ...

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Staff Blog: Deflated at Donington

Steve Hunt, 05 June 2013 13:25

Being responsible for the online aspect of Motorcyclenews, I don’t get much of a chance to leave the office and the phosphorous glow of the monitor screens. So, when I had the opportunity to spend three days at Donington Park for the World Superbikes I leapt at the chance. It was work – of course – I would have to ...

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Staff Blog: Life with the Hyperstrada so far

Michael Neeves, 30 May 2013 10:42

On paper, the new Ducati Hyperstrada is right up my street. It promises supermoto fun and the ability to cover long distances. I'm running one for the 2013 summer season and so far it hasn't disappointed. Here's my first 'getting to know you' video review.BLOG13 | HYPER13

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Staff Blog:Tyres changed after 2500 miles in five days

Andy Downes, 21 May 2013 15:07

The mobile tyre fitter has just left having swopped the worn out tyres on the Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring which had been reduced to near illegal wear depth following my trip to the Ducati factory last week; a 2500 mile round trip. You’ll be able to read a full account of my trip to Bologna in a forthcoming issue ...

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Staff Blog: Let the journey begin!

Ian Jubb, 13 May 2013 13:22

My week of riding has begun, destination Northern Italy. Sitting in the sunshine at Folkstone waiting for my slot on the Chunnel makes me realise what biking is all about. This years seemly endless winter made me forget the appeal of the two wheeled lifestyle, it's ok now, I definitely remember. Only 450 more miles to go today, accompanied by ...

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Staff Blog: Filthy Street

Tony Hoare, 13 May 2013 10:30

I’d forgotten how dirty a minimalistic bike like the Street Triple R can get. I was caught out in a rain storm yesterday and within half an hour the Triumph looked like it had been taken down a farm track, which it hadn’t. The ride was on A-roads, but the level of filth on the back end was incredible.   ...

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