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Staff Blog: Time for a new shoe

I've covered a lot of miles on the Judge this year - approaching 8000 - and I've only just replaced the rear tyre. In truth it could have done with a change 2000 miles ago as it was starting to square a lot, but there was still plenty of life left in the tread. A last minute trip to Switzerland meant I had ...

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  • 11 October 2013

Staff Blog: Trying to solve my wind problem

If there's one thing the Judge lacks, it's wind protection. The only thing up front to deflect the wind is the single clock. At Kevin's Last Lap recently I saw a perfect opportunity to cure my wind problems using a KTM Moto3 fairing which was up for grabs in the auction. Sadly I can't get it to fit, no matter ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 21 August 2013

Staff Blog: Pushing the limit

When I picked the Victory Judge up from Victory UK I remember Victory UK's PR man telling me I'd want to start looking for a petrol station pretty sharpish after 120 miles. He also said if the petrol light comes on then I'd seriously be in trouble. With this information lodged firmly in my head I tend to start looking ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 25 June 2013

Staff Blog: Mud flinging

Senior Editor Richard Newland's BMW R1200GS isn't the only longtermer with a mud-flinging problem, the Judge has one too. On damp, wet or just plain dirty roads the front wheel throws up a lot of dirt, with quite a fair amount of it landing on my shins, but most of it caking itself all over the bike. These photos were ...

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  • 07 June 2013

Staff Blog: Victory Judge gets rowdy

There's no doubting the Judge looks the part, but as standard it's laughably quiet. To remedy this I've had a Cobra exhaust system fitted to the Judge. Not only does it make the Judge sound better but it also improves the looks over the standard shotgun exhausts. Thankfully (or sadly, depending on your personal preference) it's not offensively loud and the ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 31 May 2013

Staff blog: Is the Judge worthy of a nod?

Riding back from MCN Live at Butlins Skegness at the weekend was the first weekend with good weather and plenty of bikes on the fantastic roads of the Lincolnshire Wolds. On previous long term bikes I've never given two thoughts to the nods I've received from fellow bikers. But I'm not sure if less people are nodding at me on ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 22 April 2013

Triumph unveil limited edition Super III Daytona 675

Triumph has revealed a limited edition Daytona 675 based on the yellow and black paintscheme of the iconic Daytona Super III which was launched in 1994. Only 75 of the limited edition bikes will be made. Each model will have its own hand-painted number on the tank, as well as additional parts such as a quick shifter, carbon cockpit in-fills, carbon ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 01 October 2012

Video: Kawasaki ZZR1400 launch

UPDATE, 12:01MCN's senior road tester Adam Child has just got off the 2012 Kawasaki ZZR1400 after riding it for the first time at the world launch. He's at the Nardo test track in Italy and will later be let loose on the 7 mile bowl to see how the ZZR feels flat-out but in the meantime he's riding on the ...

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  • First rides & tests
  • 18 January 2012

Staff bikes: Suzuki GSR750 - GSR takes on the Nurburgring

Rising at 5:30am on a day off isn’t exactly what I’d call relaxing, but with the GSR already loaded up and sat waiting patiently in the garage and the Nurburgring as the finishing point for the day I was up surprisingly quick. Meeting my Dad’s mate Dave at Peterborough services we then met my Dad somewhere on the M20 before ...

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  • 27 October 2011

Staff bikes: Suzuki GSR750 - Tail tidy improves GSR's rear

After riding the GSR for the first few miles there was only one modification that I could see needed to be made, to fit a tail tidy and get rid of the huge piece of plastic hanging off the rear end of the bike. (Although it does come in handy as a tea holder.) I went for a tail tidy ...

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  • 25 August 2011

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