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Ferrari dismisses motorcycle rumours

Andy Downes, 09 October 2014 13:23

Ferrari have officially dismissed rumours they are planning a motorcycle after stories emerged about a patent lodged by the firm showing a V-twin motorcycle engine. Speculation and rumour emerged last week after a patent, initially lodged in June 2012, was published on the European Patent Office (EPO) website. The patent showed a cruiser-style motorcycle with a V-twin engine with the ...

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Suzuki slashes £1000 off prices

Andy Downes, 01 August 2014 11:13

Suzuki has announced it is knocking £1000 off a range of bike for a limited period of time to include the entire GSX-R range, V-Strom 650, GSR750, GSX1250FA and Burgman 650 Executive. The offer starts today (August 1) and runs through to September 30, 2014. It’s no secret Suzuki has been one of the hardest hit by a drop in ...

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Lotus superbike: MCN world exclusive

Andy Downes, 15 January 2014 12:06

MCN has the world exclusive images of the new Lotus superbike in this week’s issue of the paper along with details of the project and how running prototypes are already out testing.We have exclusive high resolution images of the new Lotus C-01 superbike as well as exclusive information from those close to the project revealing more details about the 200bhp V-twin.The ...

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60mph M1 limit proposed

Andy Downes, 06 January 2014 13:16

A proposed 60mph limit over 32-miles of the M1 motorway to cut air pollution could see the lower limit enforced for ‘several years’ if enacted. The Highways Agency has just launched a new consultation  which would see a 60mph limit imposed from 7am to 7pm over 32-miles stretching from junction 28 near Matlock in Derbyshire to 35a at Rotherham in ...

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Hein Gericke back in administration

Andy Downes, 18 December 2013 15:43

UPDATE 19/12/13, 09:43am MCN understands three Hein Gericke shops are still open for business following a call this morning. Those shops are Glasgow, Stockwell and Farnborough. It still seems that vouchers are not going to be honoured even in stores that are open for business. Anyone who bought vouchers on a credit card is advised to contact their credit card ...

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Emmett bailed after Heathrow airport arrest

Andy Downes, 09 December 2013 16:07

Sean Emmett has been released on police bail until March 2014 while further police investigations into the death of his wife are carried out. Emmett was arrested on Thursday morning last week after returning from Dubai following 10 months stranded in that country while local police investigated the death of his wife Abbie while the pair were on their honeymoon. ...

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Massive Suzuki GSX-R recall

Andy Downes, 18 October 2013 16:36

Every Suzuki GSX-R including the 600, 750 and 1000cc variants built since 2004 has been officially recalled for modifications to the front brake master cylinder. Suzuki has taken the decision to recall an as-yet-unknown number of bikes following a small number of reports of a ‘spongy’ front brake feel but so far there have been no reported incidences of failure ...

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Silverstone trackdays with racing champions

Andy Downes, 26 July 2013 15:33

World and British Superbike champions along with current star riders are lined up to help out at a series of trackdays at Silverstone as instructors with every level of rider catered for.Double World Superbike champion Troy Corser, three-times British Superbike champions Niall Mackenzie and John Reynolds are all going to be involved in a series of events on the track ...

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Norton granted £625,000 government-backed loan

Andy Downes, 01 August 2011 17:45

British bike firm Norton has been granted the first of a new government-backed trade loan after a visit today by Business Secretary Vince Cable at the Donington Park HQ. The loan is the first of its kind and has been made under the Exports Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme (ExEFG). The funding will support the company’s plans to increase production to ...

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MCN best wishes to California Superbike School boss Andy Ibbott

Andy Downes, 18 March 2011 15:39

MCN would like to extend our thoughts and best wishes to California Superbike School boss and ex-MCN road tester Andy Ibbott who is recovering after suffering a stroke last week. Ibbott is currently described as ‘critical but stable’ and it’s hoped he can be transferred from Oxford to Northampton as his condition improves so he can be closer to family. ...

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