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What annoys you most in 2014?

MCN, 10 April 2014 09:09

Potholes, drivers paying more attention to their Facebook news feed than the road, bus lane regulations. What, as a biker, annoys you most in 2014? Vote for your biggest annoyance below, and don't forget to have a good moan about it in the comments section at the bottom.

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Travelling to the London Motorcycle Show today?

MCN, 16 February 2014 10:19

The weather is looking pretty good, so maybe riding in and using our FREE bike parking is a plan? If you are travelling to the show by car though, please approach the venue from the East. For the offsite parking at £10 per day please follow signs for Beckton Park and Ride situated just past UEL (University of East London) ...

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Jaw-dropping 1970s KR750 replica is actually a usable ER-6f

MCN, 26 December 2013 08:00

The flash of green and bare alloy emerges from a London side street. The rider, black visor down, looks both ways, and accelerates into a gap in front of a red bus. The bike is obscured by traffic. There is only the bus’s burp of diesel smoke and a question left to consider: Was that really a Kawasaki KR750? It ...

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Used buying guide: BMW GS

Jon Urry, 12 July 2013 08:30

What can be said about BMW’s legendary GS that hasn’t already been extensively documented? As well as being the longest running model in modern motorcycling, the GS has formed the backbone of BMW Motorrad with currently 25% of their sales coming from this machine alone. It is, quite simply, the most successful modern motorcycle on the planet. But it doesn’t ...

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Cycle lane cameras

Andy Davidson, 06 June 2013 10:04

London’s Cycling Commissioner Andrew Gilligan has announced plans to set up CCTV cameras at cycle boxes and lanes to catch motorists entering them illegally. It is illegal for motorists to enter the Advanced Stop Lines, punishable by a £60 fine and three points. However, it can only be enforced by a police officer physically present at the time of the ...

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Manx bus drivers to strike during TT

MCN, 15 May 2013 14:02

Isle of Man bus drivers are planning to strike during the TT fortnight. Strike days will be announced seven days in advance and timed to cause maximum disruption, according to Unite the Union. Bobby Morton, Unite’s national officer for passenger transport, said: “We’ve got disputes scheduled for the last week in May and the first week in June. “The drivers ...

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Ducati used bike guide

MCN, 27 February 2013 12:16

The Panigale is not only the most advanced superbike Ducati have ever made, it also marks a move away from a piece of technology that has become almost as synonymous with Ducati as the desmo valve system. Yep, by turning its back on belt driven cams and instead opting to run cam chains, the Panigale became the first V-twin from ...

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Bike Chooser: Urban Commuter

Chris Dabbs, 12 February 2013 12:30

Which 125cc urban commuter? "I had a scooter when I was growing up in Spain, now I want a 125 in the Spring for a short, cross-town commute." Santi, Kingsthorpe THE ONE TO BUYHONDA XL125V VARADERO£1890-£4500 Santi doesn’t want an “arse in the air” sports bike, but he has got up to £4000 to spend so there’s plenty of choice ...

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Would you consider using your bike to commute to work instead of taking the car / train / bus etc?

MCN, 30 January 2013 09:08

How do you make your way to work in the morning? In this weather, the train or bus is probably the most sensible answer at least - there's a lot to be said for arriving at work warm and dry! Or do you brave the elements and ride the bike anyways? Maybe you keep a winter hack, or maybe you've ...

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MCN IAM Better Riding Guide: Filtering

Stefan Bartlett, 24 September 2012 16:30

Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been looking at ways you can improve your riding style to make you a better biker. But whether it’s your first time on your bike or you’re going back to biking after some time away, here’s some advice to make you a better and smoother rider. This week, we’re look at filtering. By ...


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