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B-King on track

MCN, 13 February 2007 14:34

Suzuki's B-King production bike has broken cover at Phillip Island in Australia during the firm’s GSX-R1000 launch.The bike made a surprise appearance in the hands of Suzuki test riders in front of journalists present to ride the GSX-R, lapping the track several times. MCN’s Michael Neeves was among the first people outside Suzuki’s factory to see the B-King in action. He ...

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Video: GSX-R1000 launch

Michael Neeves, 13 February 2007 14:28

Take a look at the video below where you can see Senior Road Tester Michael Neeves at the launch of the K7 GSXR1000 at Phillip Island in Australia.  Neeves also catches up with GP legend Kevin Schwantz who gives an insight into his thoughts on this exciting new 2007 model. See This week's edition of MCN, available from Wednesday, February 14, ...

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Video: Benelli Due 756

MCN, 13 February 2007 09:38

With millions of pounds of Chinese investment the Italian manufacturer Benelli is back on the world stage.MCN was invited to the factory in Pesaro to see the new Due 756, first revealed at the Cologne Motorcycle Show in October. We got a UK exclusive ride in the saddle of the Due 756 with the full story in next week’s MCN, available ...

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Video: Salvaged BMW

Rob Hull, 02 February 2007 10:13

MCN managed to track down one of the BMW motorcycles salvaged from the stricken MSC Napoli last week.MCN reporter Rob Hull takes a look around a K1200GT that fell from the ship in a container and washed up on the shore of Branscombe beach.If you thought a bike that has fallen some 60 feet into the sea and dragged up ...

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Video: R1 versus the rest

MCN, 17 January 2007 11:30

Yamaha has won every class of GP racing but, surprisingly, never a World Superbike championship. This is, presumably, a nagging pain in the arse of its racing division. But how to sort it? Answer: a new, all-singing and all-dancing R1. In making a serious WSB challenger, Yamaha hopes it has made a litre-class road bike like no other; a 1000cc ...

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Triumph caught on video

Ben Purvis, 11 January 2007 11:30

This new Triumph prototype has been caught testing at the Almeria circuit in Spain. Although it looks a lot like a stock Speed Triple, the bike has a double-sided swingarm similar to that on the Daytona 675, and a different chassis compared to the stock Speed Triple. The exhaust system appear to be from the 1050cc Speed Triple – suggesting ...

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Video: 1098 on the dyno

MCN, 10 January 2007 10:00

Ducati’s new 1098 arrived at the MCN office for the first time last week and caused quite a stir before it was whisked away to get it’s first dyno run. Check out the video to hear just how good the bike sounds when it’s running and see how much power it really does have. You can read how the 1098 stands ...

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Video: Ferrari Supermoto

MCN, 09 January 2007 10:00

Senior Road Tester Michael Neeves has been to Italy to test the most exotic and expensive supermoto ever built – the Terra Modena 198. This new model carries a price tag of £15,600 with its Ferrari designed engine among its high talking points. The 450cc bike rates highly, but is it worth parting with so much money for a dream ...

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MCN petition going strong

MCN, 01 January 2007 15:30

More than 2,000 bikers have signed our petition aimed at freezing speeding fines until the Government tests all speed detection equipment in bikes. MCN has proved that Gatso cameras and other speed detection equipment can give inaccurate speed readings when used on bikes, and we’re as sick as you are of bikers being unfairly fined and prosecuted for speeding. That’s ...

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Hammond rides again

MCN, 29 December 2006 11:00

Richard Hammond has ridden a bike for the first time since the 288mph jetcar crash that almost killed him – and MCN was there with him all the way. Just days after doctors gave the all-clear to ride again, MCN columnist Hammond fired up a bike and headed out onto the streets of London near to do something he feared ...

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