Honda officially announce their road-going RCV plans in this week's MCN

Honda officially announce their road-going RCV plans in this week's MCN

 

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New MCN September 26: Honda RCV for the road

By Liam Marsden -

General news

 25 September 2012 09:29

In this week's MCN, out September 26, we reveal Honda's official plans to make a road-going version of its 250bhp MotoGP missile.

Honda boss Takanobu Ito claims development has already begun on the bike.

Also in this week's issue we ride the 2013 Ducati Multistrada and test the new Honda CRF250L against its rivals.

Also this week; On Any Sunday stars reunited, the new Ariel 1200 takes shape and Eugene Laverty takes his maiden Aprilia win.

 

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