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Banned from parking in business park

Anonymous, 02 July 2013 14:50

I work on a business park which is running short of parking spaces and has no bike spaces at all so I use a car parking space. I am being told that they are going to ban motorbikes from parking in the business parks with a £100 fine. Is this legal? As a relatively new biker do we really have ...

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My son the criminal

jess jephcott, 15 February 2013 15:30

An interesting situation is developing in our lives at the moment - I would welcome comment about it. Last June, my 17-year-old son went to a local supermarket on his motorcycle to use the cash machine. Whilst in the car park he was hit by a car, knocked off and injured. It turned out that the driver of the car was a family friend. ...

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110 years of Harley-Davidson

Anonymous, 31 January 2013 10:04

Here's the 110 year history of Harley-Davidson in just over two minutes.

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Helmet law?

Gsxrlfc, 04 August 2012 17:29

Recently at a bike meet in Staffordshire I noticed a rider turn up on his bike wearing a turban and no helmet. This may be old news but it still shocked me and I understand the religious side of this but surely the law states that you have to wear a helmet and law aside it's there for safety? So why is it being allowed on ...

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Red tape destroying the industry

Marty Simpson, 12 April 2012 14:21

It had to happen sometime, the slow decline of the bike industry as we know it, probably blamed on the recession, or exchange rates. But here's my take on the situation so far, based on my son's experience. Firstly after paying £600 to insure his Aprilia RS50, his insurance company wouldn’t transfer the remainder of his policy onto an Aprilia ...

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Heavily modified Suzuki Hayabusa turbo stolen

MCN, 07 November 2011 09:51

A heavily modified and extremely distinctive Suzuki Hayabusa turbo, registration number YNG 341, has been stolen overnight in the early hours of Monday 7 November from Benfleet, Essex. The main modifications made to the Hayabusa turbo that was placed fourth in Britain’s Got Biking Talent in 2008 are: MC Express turbo kit Turbo Akrapovic exhaust Dymag 7 spoke polished wheels ...

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White Van man

Pat H, 25 October 2011 21:39

Riding in the rain and white van man decides to change lanes.

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Supermarkets make bikes rough

Nathan Lewis, 01 April 2011 16:31

Been only 17 you expect me to have not much money (correct) so I tend to find the cheapest deal, be it insurance, oil or fuel. Recently I went to get my bike checked because it was running a bit rough, only to be told not to buy supermarket fuel. So I took the advice on this and bought some fuel ...

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Chris Walker on a Norton round Donington Park

Anonymous, 25 March 2011 20:48

Chris Walker rides a Norton fitted with five cameras around the new look Donington for BBC East Midlands.

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At the Norton factory

Jerry Hutchinson, 13 January 2011 19:25

I visited the Norton factory at Donington Park to spec up my new Norton on January 13. The Cafe Racer SP tested in MCN was there - that's me sitting on it with Chris Walker and me holding up this week's MCN.

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