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New MCN April 9: VFR800 first test

Liam Marsden, 08 April 2014 09:36

In this week's MCN paper, available in newsagents, on iPad and Android from April 9: Comeback king: Why Honda's brand new VFR800 is all the bike you'll ever need. Secrets of new Victory sports cruisers Have a desert adventure In sport: New rules for even closer racing in MotoGP All available in print at your local newsagent, or on iPad ...

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Massimo Tamburini passes away

Liam Marsden, 07 April 2014 09:28

Massimo Tamburini, the legendary Italian designer of the iconic Ducati 916 and MV Agusta F4, has passed away at the age of 70. He was diagnosed with lung cancer in November 2013. Before designing the Ducati 916, Tamburini founded Bimota in 1973, along with Valerio Bianchi and Giuseppe Morri. The company would use Japanese engines and focus on improving the ...

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Has the trackday touring tyre arrived?

Tim Thompson, 05 April 2014 09:00

The Battlax BT-014 was the first ‘GP-derived’ Bridgestone, its technology handed down to road bikes from the Bridgestone development team run by Erv Kanemoto in 2001 and 2002. It was hot and sticky ‘hypersport’ rubber deemed good enough in 2004 to win the MCN Tyre of the Year award. The Bridgestone T30, meanwhile, is a current sports touring tyre. It ...

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Ducati Demo Day set for April 12

Liam Marsden, 04 April 2014 15:40

Ducati dealers across the UK and Ireland will beopening their doors on Saturday April 12 for a demo day that will give customers a chance to try out the latest Ducati models. All of Ducati's new-for-2014 models will be available for test ride - the Monster 1200 and Monster 1200S, 899 Panigale and the latest Ducati Daivel Ducati recommends booking ...

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Brammo announce smart-phone, route-planning deal

Steve Hunt, 04 April 2014 10:18

US-based, electric motorcycle manufacturer Brammo has announced that they’ll be giving a copy of the RealRider smart-phone application away to every person who purchases a bike from them when they’re released in April/May this year. The RealRider application is marketed as a ‘life saving, route recording, benefit-filled smart phone app’ and includes route-logging and sharing capabilities alongside ‘crash detection’ which ...

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Honda's bike-powered lawn mower breaks world record

Liam Marsden, 03 April 2014 16:49

Honda has set a new world record with their bike-powered lawn mower after reaching a top speed of 116mph. The Mean Mower is powered by a Honda VTR1000 V-twin engine which made a claimed 97bhp as standard when the bike was launched in 1997. MCN rode (drove?) the mower in October 2012 so we know how incredibly brave/daft the driver ...

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Top 5 Bluetooth Headsets from the MCN Shop

MCN Staff, 03 April 2014 15:21

Intercoms have changed beyond recognition in recent years, transforming from fuddy-duddy rider -pillion devices to units that connect you to your phone, music, sat-nav and other riders with barely a wire in sight. The units here all depend on Bluetooth technology to wirelessly stream information into speakers sat next to your ears and out from a microphone by your mouth ...

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Air-cooled Harley owners needed

MCN, 03 April 2014 15:14

MCN is back on the lookout for air-cooled Harley models. Specifically we're looking for current owners of: XL883XL1200Deuce or 'big twin' models We'll be using the information to help with our article and there may be a chance you get featured in the paper. Just fill out the information below and email it to mcn.news@motorcyclenews.com along with a head and ...

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BMW S1000F: Have your say

MCN, 03 April 2014 09:24

BMW's new S1000-based adventure sports bike has been spied testing in Germany and appears to be finished in terms of styling. So what do you think - do we need an inline four adventure sports bike? Or are you just happy to see Banana Man still has work?

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Ducati's first stab at a retro bike

Liam Marsden, 02 April 2014 16:04

Ducati looks set to join the retro class within just a few months after a Scrambler test mule was spotted undergoing tests on the roads recently. Ducati may be a little late to the recent retro trend, but less than 10 years ago they were ahead of the game - releasing the GT1000 and Sport 1000 machines in 2005. Releasing ...

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