New MCN Sept 22: Suzuki's new GSR750!

By James Keen -

General news

 21 September 2010 09:59

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale September 22, we have an official Suzuki sketch of their new GSR750 that looks set to take on the Triumph Street Triple and Kawasaki Z750R.  

We reveal the 675cc three-cylinder MV Agusta F3, bring you world first pictures of the new Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200 and have all the details on the new Moto Guzzi V7 Racer.

The new Ducati 848 Evo takes on the Triumph Daytona 675 and Yamaha R6 in this week's road and track group test.    

Plus we have an all new 48-page section called BikeShop, which is all about buying, owning and riding the bikes that matter. It's packed with deals, advice and tons of bikes for sale every week.  

What you'll find in the September 22 issue of Motorcycle News:

 

New GSR750 adds cool to middleweight market
Suzuki has released a single official sketch of the new GSR750 - a stylish naked that will be seen in finished form in 3 weeks.

 

 

 

We have all the official Aprilia details on the new Dorsoduro 1200 - a big 130bhp supermoto with an all-new engine and a host of new electronics. Plus the stylish Moto Guzzi V7 Racer has gone from concept to reality thanks to a positive public reaction to the new retro cafe roadster.

 

 

Battle of the supersports
Ducati's new 848 Evo has taken the supersports category to new heights. But can the 140bhp twin match the amazing Triumph 675 triple or Yamaha's screaming four-cylinder R6?

 

 

 

New section: BikeShop
Your new 48-page buying, owning and riding guide - all the best deals, advice and bikes for sale every week - see a sneak preview.

 

 

BMW's 2011 dream team?
The German manufacturer is poised to run a three-man WSB squad in their 2011 title bid. Corser, Toseland and Haslam are all in the frame... 

 

 

 

Stoner: 'Win was a huge step for us'
In MotoGP, Stoner's victory drought has come to an end thanks to swingarm fine-tuning and a revised seating position.

 

Shoulder agony drives Valentino to breaking point
Riding at 40% strength and 30 seconds down on Stoner, how much longer can struggling Rossi take the pain?