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New Harley Street 750 goes ice racing

Harley's all-new entry level V-twin – the Street – has been turned into an ice racer to star in this week's Winter X Games. The American manufacturer is sponsoring this week's extreme sports event in Aspen, Colorado and as part of the deal, and to boost publicity both for the new bike and the event, a special one-off ice race ...

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  • 24 January 2014

Staff blog: Garage blues

As you’ll all, no doubt, have noticed, winter has arrived. And as you’ll all equally no doubt know, winter is a time for garages. Though I’m planning to run the Tiger Sport through as much of this year’s cold and slime as possible, there’s no getting away from the fact that, for a fair proportion of this winter the Triumph ...

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  • 26 November 2013

NR750 sells for £57K at Stafford

This immaculate NR750 was the headline sale at the Bonhams auction at the rain-hit Stafford Show at the weekend. The 6000-mile, German registered Honda sold for £57,500 at the event – traditionally one of the biggest classics auctions of the year – in a sale which also saw a 1951 Vincent Black Shadow sell for an identical £57,500, a 1966 ...

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  • 21 October 2013

Triumph returns to Bonneville!

This twin Rocket III engined streamliner arrived at the Utah Salt Flats this week 57 years after the speed record which spawned the most iconic British motorcycle of all, the Triumph Bonneville, The all-new machine is a largely American project supported by Triumph Motorcycles North America – just like Johnny Allen’s 1956 record. The 1000bhp monster, dubbed the ‘Castrol Rocket’ ...

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  • 30 August 2013

Calling Triumph owners

We'd like to hear from owners of the '09 '10 Triumph Bonneville SE and '06/'07/'08 Triumph Speed Triple for a forthcoming feature in MCN. We want to know why you bought the bike, what you like about it and what, if anything, you don't. If you can help, just fill in the form below, attach a phone-pic style mugshot of ...

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  • 08 May 2013

Ewan becomes face of Guzzi

Scottish Hollywood star Ewan McGregor is to star in a new advertising campaign for Moto Guzzi’s all-new California 1400. The star of Trainspotting, the Star Wars prequels, Moulin Rouge and TV’s Long Way Round is a lifelong bike – and particularly Moto Guzzi (he owns 10!) – fan and will star in a new television campaign called ‘My Bike, My ...

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  • 05 April 2013

The ten best and five worst biking royals

You may be surprised to learn just how many royals past and present have come in to contact with bikes, be it good or bad. We list the best and worst. The best 1. Prince HarryIn the news this week having returned from his latest Afghan tour as an Apache pilot, there’s no doubting the Third-in-Line’s biking CV: DT125 then ...

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  • 01 March 2013

The ten best and five worst Doctor Who bike connections

There have only been a handful of bikes appeared in Doctor Who over the years. Here, we run through the best and worst biking connections to Doctor Who. 1 - Matt SmithIt’s no secret that this year’s Christmas special The Snowmen (BBC 1, Christmas Day) features the Time Lord riding a bike, namely a Triumph Bonneville Scrambler, with new companion ...

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  • 24 December 2012

'Old Bill' Brough sells for world record £290K

A new world record sale price for a classic motorcycle has been set by historic Brough Superior 'Old Bill', which sold for £291,200 at H&H's Duxford auction on Tuesday. The bike, built in 1922 for the personal use of Brough Superior founder, George Brough who raced it to over 50 sprint victories, is considered one of the most historic of ...

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  • 25 October 2012

Kawasaki release limited edition Z1 watch

Kawasaki is releasing this limited edition watch to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the iconic Z1. Just 903 examples (a number chosen to match the bike’s displacement) of the men’s chronograph are to be offered, priced £249.95. It’ll be officially launched at the Cologne Show on Tuesday. The design is inspired by the Z1′s 1972 colours and graphics, and even ...

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  • 28 September 2012

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