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Roland Sand's LA river jump

Laura Kennerley, 09 October 2009 16:49

Check out these cool videos of custom-guru Roland Sands and his pals larking around on some of his creations in LA. The former racer-turned custom builder and pal Andy Bell even attempt to jump the LA river on Big V twins! The videos are taken from an MTV’s Nitro Circus, which was aired in the US this week. Meanwhile Sands ...

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Rare Vincent at Auction

Laura Kennerley, 10 September 2009 16:30

This rare Vincent Rapide will be the highlight of this weekend’s auction at Beaulieu Motor Museum. The 1949 998cc Rapide is one of only a handful of models made using HRD-branded crankcases. It is expected to raise at least £25,000 at the sale on Saturday September 12. Other highlights include an unusual 1920 BSA Model E with ‘County’ sidecar taxi. This ...

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9/11 victim's families motorcycle tribute

Laura Kennerley, 05 September 2009 09:00

Relatives of the victims of Flight 93 – the United Airliners plane hi-jacked on September 11 2001 – have embarked on a cross-country ride to honour their loved ones. Eight bikes left New Jersey’s Newark airport to follow the route the ill-fated airliner would’ve taken. The convoy will snake across the USA for nine days, covering more than 3,000 miles, ...

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MCN new riders survey

Laura Kennerley, 03 September 2009 15:52

Have you passed your bike test in the last four months? If so, MCN needs you! We are trying to get a picture of the standard of training offered to riders in the UK. To help us we need you to answer the following survey: MCN New Rider Survey

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Harley-Davidson invades India

Laura Kennerley, 28 August 2009 11:02

Harley-Davidson is to begin selling bikes in India – the world’s second largest motorcycle market. The ailing American company is looking to sell its heavyweight bikes to the country’s emerging middle class. But it is unlikely to have an easy ride as Indian’s traditionally favour small, inexpensive bikes. "Given the rapid development of India's economy and physical infrastructure, this is ...

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WANTED: Your biking stories

Laura Kennerley, 03 July 2009 14:03

Have you done anything extraordinary or know someone who has? Then MCN wants to hear your story! We are looking for bikers with cool, interesting or outrageous tales to tell. Have you... • raced the cops at 150 and got away?     • walked away from a 100mph road crash? • had your stolen bike returned looking better than ever? • ...

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Cooper Brothers ‘forgotten’ bikes raise £100,000

Laura Kennerley, 23 June 2009 10:17

A collection of 70 bikes found in a garage after 30 years has sold for almost £100,000 at auction. The classic and vintage bikes belonged to 1960’s trial champions Bob and Sam Cooper, and were moth balled by Bob following Sam’s death in the early 1980s. The doors to their garage in Warwickshire were re-opened for the first time earlier ...

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I’m a Celeb’s Brocket Charity ride success

Laura Kennerley, 19 June 2009 14:26

Celebrity jailbird Lord Brocket has completed his 9,500 mile charity ride. The I’m a Celebrity Star arrived back in the UK after riding across Europe and the Middle East to raise money for CLIC Sargent – which provides care and support for children and young people with cancer. He has been riding a Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic with the ...

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Over half of riders prefer riding to the pub

Laura Kennerley, 19 June 2009 14:13

Riders are prepared to sacrifice everything from nights down the boozer to going on holiday with the family to make sure they get a riding holiday this year. But a third will now be forced to stay in the UK, as the cost of going aboard is just too expensive, a new survey has revealed. The survey, by Post Office ...

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Fast track your luggage to the TT

Laura Kennerley, 29 May 2009 09:43

A new company is offering you the chance to ship your luggage to the TT, so that you can ride across to the island without being laden down. TT FastTrack, based near Douglas on the Isle of Man, is providing a secure address for riders to post, parcel-post or courier camping gear, clothing, and any other TT essentials to. Receipt ...

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