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The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride

Steve Hunt, 11 October 2013 15:53

Inspired by a photo of Don Draper, a group of Australian motorcyclists set-up the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride. This year over 120 cities across 30 countries took part in a ride across their home streets, wearing their most dapper gear. MCN went along for the ride. brightcove.createExperiences();

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Will you be riding through winter?

MCN, 08 October 2013 11:05

With winter fast approaching a choice must be made - continue riding and brave the road salt and cold weather, or tuck your pride and joy away and take the boring but warm car. Which will you choose? pollcomment

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Is this the end for Mallory Park?

Andy Davidson, 30 September 2013 16:36

Mallory Park racing circuit has been placed into administration and all future race meetings have been cancelled. The move comes after recent legal action was taken by Hinckley and Bosworth District Council for breaching noise levels and increasing noise complaints. MCN reported last month on the recent £2500 fine plus £23,000 court costs imposed on Mallory Park Motorsport Limited as ...

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Online petition for stranded Sean Emmett gains support

Andy Downes, 24 September 2013 14:49

An online petition calling for the UK Government to help get former British Superbike racer Sean Emmett returned to this country from Dubai has gained nearly 4000 signatures in just a few days.Emmett, 43, has been trapped in Dubai since the death of this new bride who Abbie fell to her death from their hotel room balcony in February earlier ...

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We want your Box Hill stories

Michael Neeves, 05 September 2013 16:26

We’re organising a road test, which will take place at Box Hill next Tuesday.Box Hill has been a Mecca to southern bikers for years. It’s been a destination for ride-outs, somewhere to ogle cool bikes and a place to get a cuppa and bacon butty, in Ryker’s café.We want to hear your Box Hill anecdotes and the best will make ...

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The Rules - Running a rider training business

Steve Farrell, 29 August 2013 07:00

In 1991, a 23-year-old Bernard Adams was made redundant from his IT job, and took over a money-losing council bike training scheme, run from a shed. Now 45, he runs probably the biggest rider training franchise in the country, with 11 branches across England. While many competitors struggle to survive difficult times, Cam Rider continues to expand. MD Adams says ...

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Road closed to bikes only near Ace Café

Andy Downes, 20 August 2013 11:21

A local council has banned just motorcycles using a road near the famous Ace Café in North London as part of a six-week trial following months of complaints about anti-social riding and racing on the road. Brent council has now banned motorcycles from Rainsford Road after a number of complaints about dangerous riding and large groups of bystanders. The ban ...

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Bike Chooser: Naked bikes for under £2000

MCN, 04 July 2013 19:00

This week's bike chooser brings you the best naked bikes for under £2000. 1997 Suzuki TL1000SSuzuki’s infamous TL1000S entered onto the scene (as well a few hedges) in 1997 and instantly gained a cult following due to its bad boy reputation and handling issues. Using a revolutionary new style of rear suspension, the TL gained notoriety for its tendency to ...

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Bike’s Travel Stories supplement

MCN, 25 June 2013 15:46

The latest issue of Bike magazine goes on sale tomorrow (26th June) and comes with a free 36 page supplement that contains some astonishing motorcycle travel stories. These are the winning entries in Bike’s Travel Stories competition, which invited readers to tell their tales. Amongst the finalists is the story of a high speed 900 mile blast through Northern Canada, a ...

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Would Jorge’s HJC be a UK hit?

Tony Hoare, 20 June 2013 16:14

You may have noticed that MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo had some company on the top step of the podium after last weekend’s Catalunya GP. Big-hearted Jorge took Spanish artist Anna Vives with him when he collected his race-winner’s trophy, because she designed his one-off helmet paintscheme. Vives, a Downs Syndrome sufferer who has found an outlet through art and ...

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