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Harley-Davidson and Buell pull out of NEC Show

Chris Newbigging, 16 July 2009 13:07

Harley-Davidson and Buell is the second manufacturer to officially confirm it will NOT be present at the NEC Show in November. Harley claims the decision is based upon the success of test ride schemes attracting new customers to its bikes, and the timing of the release of its 2010 models means bikes will be available to few and buy from ...

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BMW S1000RR to star at free Oulton trackday for Pirelli tyre users

Chris Newbigging, 14 July 2009 15:39

BMW's S1000RR road bike will make it's English circuit debut at a Pirelli track day, where riders using Pirelli tyres can also get three free sessions! The bike will complete demo laps around Oulton Park in Cheshire on Wednesday 29 June, and a limited number of free places are available for any riders whose bikes are fitted with Pirelli tyres. British ...

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MCN rides with Foggy at Festival of 1000 Bikes

Chris Newbigging, 13 July 2009 10:43

Carl Fogarty rode a bike hard for the first time since the end of his career at the Festival of 1000 bikes – and MCN was there to capture it on video. Video: MCN rides with Foggy Our reporter tailed Foggy for his blast round Mallory – and despite the events status as a non-competitive parade, the British racing legend ...

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Hawg Haven’s Terry Clarke dies

Chris Newbigging, 08 July 2009 17:15

Terry ‘Nobby’ Clarke, one of the duo who formed Norfolk-based custom shop Hawg Haven, died suddenly on July 3. Clarke’s engineering expertise helped create some of Hawg Haven’s most recognisable machines and countless customer projects – most recently the shop has built choppers for TV chefs the Hairy Bikers as well as building a bike live in front of the ...

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Have you bought an ex-police bike?

Chris Newbigging, 18 May 2009 14:41

MCN wants to hear from riders who have bought ex-police bikes and want to share their experiences. We’ll be using your feedback to help shape a future story. If you can help, email

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MCN donation pays for new bike for Riders for Health

Chris Newbigging, 18 May 2009 10:57

Motorcycling charity Riders for Health has received a new bike paid for by MCN readers that will deliver medical supplies to remote African villages. MCN Editor Marc Potter handed the cheque for £3495 to RfH founders Barry and Andrea Coleman in April, and has now been spent on a new Yamaha AG100. The bike is already in service helping save ...

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Free vouchers with Michelin 2CT tyres

Chris Newbigging, 30 April 2009 13:28

Michelin is giving away £20 of vouchers to be used in high-street shops with any set of Power One, Pilot Power 2CT or Pilot Road 2 tyres. The tyres have to be bought and fitted between 15 May and June 30, and you’ll need to fill out a claim form from The Love-2-Shop vouchers can be used in various ...

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Video: Travis Pastrana's tricycle back-flip!

Chris Newbigging, 27 April 2009 12:14

Travis Pastrana's freestyle stunt ability isn't limited to bikes  - a child's trike is the latest means for the American nutter to risk his life! The tiny big wheel might be meant for toddlers, but it manages to support a fully-grown adult down the massive take-off ramp, and survives the heavy landing too! Watch and be amazed!

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Harley-Davidson price increases announced

Chris Newbigging, 15 April 2009 13:13

Harley-Davidson has confirmed price increases of up to 10% across its motorcycle range from May 1. Find a Harley-Davidson for sale The Touring, Dyna and Softail families are hit the hardest with increases average 10% - the range-topping FLHTCU Electra Glide Ultra Classic now comes in at an eye-watering £18,350. The iconic Fat Boy now costs £14,530, and the Rocker ...

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KTM puts 50% of workforce on part-time work

Chris Newbigging, 31 March 2009 15:37

KTM is putting nearly half of its workforce on part-time work from May until August, effectively losing two months of motorcycle production. The cut in hours will affect a wide range of staff from factory workers to office staff, and production will drop by 25%. KTM has already announced plans to lay off 150 workers from core employees and 150 ...


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