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New MCN March 10: New Triumph Sprint ST spied!

By Liam Marsden -

General news

 09 March 2010 10:20

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale March 10, we reveal the new Triumph Sprint ST in testing after an eagle-eyed MCN reader spotted it on the M6.

The ultimate test puts the top nine superbikes against each other with one surprise winner.

We bring you all the news and gossip from the first official Moto2 test in Valencia and the BSB test in Cartagena.

What you'll find in the March 10 issue of Motorcycle News:

 

 

New Triumph Sprint ST spotted
Eagle-eyed MCN reader Mike Morgan snatched a shot of the new Triumph Sprint ST undergoing testing on the M6 last week, confirming Triumph will launch a new version of the sports tourer later this year.

 

 

Multistrada electronics just the beginning
The new Ducati Multistrada 1200's astonishing electronics package is 'just the tip of the iceberg' of what's to come, according to factory insiders.

 

 

 

Donington Park carnage will be fixed
2000 race fans who turned up at Donington Park to campaign for the circuit's rebuilding were greeted by an empty excavation site after money ran out.

 

 

Harley-Davidson Iron 883 vs Honda Shadow Black Spirit
Harley Davidson's Sportster Iron 883 and Honda's new Shadow Black Spirit are made for the Sunset Strip, but we put them head-to-head on the boulevards of Milton Keynes instead.

 

 

 

Who's the fastest of them all?
The ultimate litre-class showdown tests the world's nine leading superbikes against each other over three days. The winner is almost as surprising as the loser.

 

 

News from the first official Moto2 test
The first official Moto2 test showed we can expect incredibly close racing in 2010, with just 1.9 seconds separating 27 riders.

 

 

 

 

Worx Suzuki set the BSB pace in Spain
Worx Suzuki team-mates Yukio Kagayama and Tommy Hill finished first and second after four days of testing in Cartagena.

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