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Monster 1100 officially unveiled

Michael Carroll, 25 September 2008 09:48

These are the first official pictures of Ducati’s Monster 1100 and 1100S, which are due to go on sale before Christmas. Two versions are due to be available, the standard 1100 and the 1100S. The latter features fully adjustable 43mm titanium nitride-coated Ohlins forks, and an Ohlins rear shock. Carbon fibre is used for the cam covers, exhaust end-can guards, ...

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What should we test on Yamaha’s new V-Max?

Michael Carroll, 15 August 2008 16:12

You could help MCN with its test of Yamaha’s all-new V-Max by telling us what you want to know about the bike. The new Yamaha V-Max in action Original V-Max review We’re due to test the bike over the coming weeks, and want your thoughts about the areas we should cover. Yamaha V'maxs for sale Do you believe it’s a ...

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Peugeot cuts cost of its V-Clic scooter

Michael Carroll, 07 August 2008 17:12

Peugeot has dropped the price of its 50cc V-Clic scooter by £70 to £829, to attract motorists and motorcyclists who are looking for a cheap means of getting to work during the credit crunch. Peugeot scooters for sale The firm has also introduced a special edition of the V-Clic. The Silver Sport features an all-silver paint scheme, a 170mm front ...

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Bag a bargain scooter from Peugeot

Michael Carroll, 24 July 2008 10:14

Peugeot has slashed the price of its scooter range as it looks to promote two-wheelers as a means of beating the credit crunch. View Peugeot scooters for sale The firm has cut the price of its Satelis 125cc by £300 to £2,799, and has slashed £600 from the price of its Satelis 500cc, which is now priced at £3,999. By ...

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Yamaha YBR-125 Custom due in August

Michael Carroll, 22 July 2008 12:20

Yamaha hopes to get its YBR-125 Custom model into showrooms next month, after production problems led to a delay in the launch of the bike. Yamaha spokesman Simon Belton says the delay was beyond Yamaha’s control, but demand for the bike remains high. The YBR-125 Custom is due to be priced at £1,995, which buys you a learner-legal motorcycle featuring a teardrop ...

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Suzuki Hayabusa and GSX-R750 get limited edition colours

Michael Carroll, 12 June 2008 09:51

Suzuki has launched new colour schemes for its 2008 Hayabusa and GSX-R750, in response to feedback from customers. Video: 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa first test A limited run of 200 Suzuki Hayabusas are due to be available with the same white colour scheme unveiled on the Suzuki GSX-R1000 in May, while 175 Suzuki GSX-R750s are due to be treated to a ...

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Race replica paintjobs unveiled for Yamaha scooters

Michael Carroll, 20 May 2008 15:22

Yamaha is gearing up to look after its younger buyers, by launching a range of race replica paintjobs for its Aerox R and Jog RR scooters. Paint schemes available include a Fiat Yamaha replica in either Valentino Rossi or Jorge Lorenzo colours, while World Superbike fans are catered for in the form of a Noriyuki Haga replica. Rounding out the ...

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Ducati Monster 696 now in dealers

Michael Carroll, 21 April 2008 13:58

Ducati has announced its new Monster 696 is now available to buy in its UK dealerships, roughly a month before the new motorcycle was scheduled to be available. The Monster 696 features a chassis that draws on the firm’s experience in MotoGP racing, and is available in three colours, comprising Ducati red, matt black, and pearl white. Two versions of the Monster ...

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Kawasaki reveal price of Ninja 250R

Michael Carroll, 14 April 2008 09:17

Kawasaki has revealed that its Ninja 250R will cost £3299 on-the-road when it goes on sale late April. MCN reveal first pictures of the Ninja 250R The 249cc parallel twin is designed to round-out the firm’s sports range, and features styling from the firm’s larger Ninja models. For more information, contact a Kawasaki dealership.  

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Wet weather leaves '08 bikes un-collected

Michael Carroll, 10 March 2008 10:36

Scotland’s weather isn’t known for being the most forgiving, but a particularly unpleasant start to March has impacted deliveries of new motorcycles in the country. Dealers who had geared up for the roll-out of ’08-plate bikes were left scrabbling for space in their showrooms, as owners simply failed to turn up to pick up their new pride and joy. Martin ...

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