New MCN November 28: Triumph Trio Spied

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 27 November 2012 11:28

In this week's MCN, out November 29, we bring you exclusive shots of three brand new Triumphs, including a new Bonneville-based cafe racer and the long-awaited replacement for the Tiger 1050.

We also bring you the UK's first test of Moto Guzzi's potential saviour, the California 1400 Touring.

Also this week: a look back at the revolutionary Yamaha GTS1000, used Monsters for £1500, and an exclusive interview with Tommy Hill on his decision to take a year away from the sport.

This week's issue of MCN also includes a free 8-page Christman Gift Guide.

 

Triumph Bonneville 'Street Tracker' Spied
New spy shots exclusive to MCN show Triumph's new Bonneville-based sports naked test mule with latest spec suspension and brakes, as the Hinckley manufacturer jump to cash in on the rise in popularity of cafe racers.

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Finished 2013 Triumph Tiger 1050 Spotted
The new 'Tiger Sport 1050' is spied, with new swingarm, wheels and suspension, as the firm prepares to roll out the replacement to it's ever popular Tiger in next year's range. Also spied - the revised Thunderbird Storm that's set to take on the Harley Fat Boy.

 

Finally... Guzzi Get It Right
MCN travel to the south of France to check out Moto Guzzi's all-new 1400 California Touring. The big and stylish bike is vital for Moto Guzzi's continued growth - we ride it to to see if it'll work

 MCN January 11

 MCN January 11

 

It was the future. What happened?
It had half a frame. It had no telescopic forks. It wasn't the future and it wasn't half bad. So why did the radical Yamaha GTS1000 prove an evolutionary cul-de-sac? On it's 20th anniversary, we ask industry experts.

 

Dakar 2013 is go! 
If you thought MotoGP riders were hard, fast and fearless, prepare to have your mind blown by the riders in winter's 5000-mile mega-GP; the Dakar. MCN are covering the race every step of the way, starting with a look at the bikes of the front-runners and the Brits. 

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Tommy's Gap Year
The Swan Yamaha rider won the British Championship in 2011. He was the dominant rider in this year's regular season. But after finishing third in the Showdown, Hill annopunced he'd spend the 2013 season on the sidelines. Why?

 

Ducati heads roll after two-year Rossi disaster
Tech guru Filippo Preziosi is first to go, as new owner Audi flexes its muscles to restructure Ducati's MotoGP programme. Audi have said they want a title assualt in 2015, and MCN looks at the shake-ups they have planned.

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