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Anyone want a V12 for Christmas?

MCN, 09 December 2010 11:25

The standard Boss Hoss comes with 5700cc, eight cylinders and 355bhp. Not bad, if bigness is your thing. But here we have a German who has gone several steps better -­ he's fitted a 6000cc V12 from an Aston Martin which, depending on the model he pinched it from, makes anything from 420 to 514bhp. Weight is unknown, though it's likely ...

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Video: Tron lightcycle ridden

Alannah Fellows, 08 December 2010 12:54

Check out this new video of the Tron Lightcycle test drive from the Parker Brothers. They have made 10 in total, each weighing in at 474 pounds. Its street legal and looks more like a car than a bike, but would set you back just $35,000.   Lets just hope they don’t need to get anywhere in a hurry, it ...

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What do you get if you cross a Triumph, Norton and Ducati?

John Westlake, 13 August 2010 17:11

Answer: a Tronti. This one was built by Mike Etienne from Jersey and is a modern take on the Triton of the Sixties. This is the synthesis of 1958 Manx Norton frame, 1979 T140 Triumph 750 engine (not stock) and 1994 750SS Ducati forks, wheels and brakes. Mike said: “A lot of engineering was necessary to make it all line ...

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F**K! It’s the World’s coolest tail-light

Ped Baker, 30 July 2010 17:36

Online blog Ze Last Chance Garage has dug up this collection of chopper tail lights. Ranging from the offensive but brilliant F**k to the obligatory Maltese Cross, they would a classy finishing touch to any chop. Big Daddy Roth style rat is one for the collector. Nazi insignia is probably best left in the cupboard. Source: http://zelastchancegaragedu78.blogspot.com

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£17,000 Yamaha FZ1 Abarth replica

Phil West, 17 June 2010 16:09

Take a second glance. This is no standard Yamaha FZ1. Instead, at a cost of over £17,000, it’s a painstaking replica (apart from the paint job, obviously) of the exquisite, fully racer-ised ‘Abarth FZ1’ displayed last year.  Find a Yamaha FZ1 for sale Built by MCN reader Ken Gosling, the bike features, like the Abarth inspiration, the sort of mouth-watering ...

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Guildford Harley-Davidson's customs

Ped Baker, 29 March 2010 16:53

Guildford Harley Davidson might not be the first place you think of when it comes to one-off custom built Harleys but sales manager Mike Noble and team at the Surrey based dealer are hoping these two newly built modified fat boys could change that. The blue and silver modded Fat Boy special belongs to David Ranson whose passion for Harleys was ...

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MCN Live! show & shine competition - get your entry form

MCN, 17 March 2010 09:06

Want to show off your pride and joy whilst staying onsite at MCNLive! Butlins Skegness? Then we're putting on the competition for you.  Click here to download your entry form We are running 4 categories in which you can enter your bike, they are Sports, Modern Classic, Naked and Custom plus an overall Best in Show award. Book tickets to ...

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Kawasaki W650 ‘Doue’ flat tracker special for sale

Ped Baker, 03 February 2010 15:25

The stunning Kawasaki W650 based flat-tracker featured in the January 20 edition of MCN is up for sale at £6999. Built in record time over the Christmas holidays, owner Sean Kynnersley created the flat track look by modifying the W650 subframe, fitting Harley bodywork and a Honda CMX cruiser tank. The engine is in stock tune but fitted with 36mm Mikuni ...

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Italian built Triumph Scrambler special in production

Ped Baker, 22 January 2010 15:26

Milan based firm TPR have launched their first production special, this stunning Urban Scrambler. Based around the Triumph 800cc twin cylinder engine and Bonneville chassis the bike takes its inspiration from scramblers of the 50’s and 60’s. The hi-level exhausts that exit both sides of the bike, polished number boards and detailed finish set the bike apart from the hundreds ...

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Thruxton Café racer special from Pure Triumph

Ped Baker, 11 January 2010 13:36

When the World’s largest Triumph dealer decides to build a café racer you'd expect something pretty special – and this Thruxton-based machine from Pure Triumph is just that. Just about everything that can be changed has been, only the chassis and engine internals remain unchanged from the stock 2009 donor bike. The list of custom parts is phenomenally long but ...

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