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Check points after buying a second hand bike

MCN, 16 May 2013 15:31

You’ve done all the necessary checks, handed over your cash, found the best insurance deal through MCN Compare (and claimed your free T-shirt!*) and now you own a brand new (to you) second hand bike. What’s the first thing you should do? Take it out for a thrash? Before you do, spend a few minutes giving it a quick safety ...

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The rules to being fast and smooth on track

MCN, 15 May 2013 08:30

Watching professional racers glide around a track with incredible grace and finesse can leave even the quickest of us in awe. Riding on track is a beautiful thing, but when it comes to our turn, it can be frustrating when there’s no improvement and lap times won’t budge. Bettering them can be seriously tricky. Adam Griffin of Race Dynamics (www.race-dynamics.co.uk) ...

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Worst biking fashion mistake?

MCN, 14 May 2013 10:53

There are plenty of questionable biking fashions, but which is the worst?

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You Ask/You Answer: Have the prison sentences handed out for speeding slowed you down?

MCN, 08 May 2013 18:30

"This is not a question about whether the punishment fits the crime, my personal view is 'no way', it’s what the thought of jail has done to my behaviour. "I’ve enjoyed powerful bikes for a good many years now and over that time I, like many riders, have had points for speeding. "I’ve deserved those points and will hold my ...

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Should Marquez be applauded for his tough riding antics?

MCN, 08 May 2013 13:30

Eight years ago Valentino Rossi won the Jerez MotoGP race from Sete Gibernau with a hard final corner overtake that put the Spainiard in the gravel. Sunday's Jerez race saw a near-repeat of the incident, with Marquez forcing Lorenzo wide at the same corner. With Lorenzo fuming the move will almsot certainly have consequences... So, we ask, should he face ...

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Do you run a new bike in according to the manufacturer's guidelines?

MCN, 01 May 2013 10:18

Whether or not a bike should be run in is one of the perennial questions of biking, with advice from different people telling you different things. Everything from following the guidelines to the letter, to riding it normally, to ragging it straight off are all commonplace. So, how do you do it?  

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New MCN April 24: World's Fastest Adventure

MCN, 23 April 2013 11:13

In this week's MCN, out April 24th, we test the ultimate fast adventure bikes on the Isle of Man TT course We have a Texas GP special on Marc Marquez - MotoGP's youngest ever winner Also this week: KTM 390 world first test, and the secrets of Yamaha's new R1 revealed In sport: Marquez rewrites the record books, Guy Martin ...

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How often do you clean your motorcycle?

MCN, 22 April 2013 17:00

How often do you clean your motorcycle? pollcomment

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How often do you clean your motorcycle?

MCN, 22 April 2013 17:00

How often do you clean your motorcycle? pollcomment

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You Ask/You Answer: Should I carry a pillion?

MCN, 22 April 2013 14:44

"I passed my direct access two months ago and have been riding every day since. I am confident commuting to work and riding on local roads but I am worried about taking a pillion. "I have been able to put off my nagging girlfriend because of the cold weather, but now it’s getting warmer I’m running out of excuses. I ...

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