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Video: See how the GTR1400 works in action and in detail

Angus Farquhar, 30 May 2007 13:45

Kawasaki's new GTR1400 is chock full of technical innovations including the first true variable valve timing on a bike, keyless ignition and tyre pressure monitoring and you can see it all in action. Check out the video below to see the bike on the road and get a glimps of all the technology behind Kawasaki's new flagship machine and get ...

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Video: Britain's best underground stunt riders

Howard Boylan, 16 May 2007 06:30

We've captured a new breed of stunt riders on video, as the British 444 Riders prove it's not just Americans who can stretch the boundaries of sports bikes for the most extreme stunts. MCN met up with riders Lee Ludoski, Nick Storm, Toby Ryan and Glyn Johnson to see what has attracted the attention of at least one major manufacturer. ...

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Triumph tourer spied

Ben Purvis, 02 May 2007 10:05

These are the first spy photos to reveal the final look of Triumph's new 2.3 litre tourer based on the Rocket III. The new bike might share the Rocket's engine, but the bodywork, suspension and chassis are all new, suggesting it will be marketed as a completely separate model rather than just as a Rocket derivative. With fixed panniers, a ...

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'Brunstrom has torn my family apart'

Tom Rayner, 30 April 2007 16:26

In an exclusive interview with MCN, the brother of Mark Gibney said: “Richard Brunstrom has torn my family apart – he must be removed from power”. Paul Gibney told MCN how he is desperately trying to hold his family together following the news that Brunstrom showed horrific photographs taken after his brother’s accident to a room full of journalists. Gibney ...

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Hours left to save bikes from road pricing

Steve Farrell, 13 April 2007 11:23

Today is your last chance to sign MCN’s petition against road pricing before it is given to Tony Blair. As this was written, the list of names had reached 4,411 and was still growing by the minute, with just hours to go before it’s due to be submitted to the Prime Minister. The online petition, on Number 10’s website, states: ...

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Aprilia plans 1200cc onslaught

Ben Purvis, 29 March 2007 10:15

Aprilia insiders have confirmed it's working on a range of 1200cc bikes based on a bigger version of the new Shiver's 750 V-twin. The motor will be stretched from 749cc to 1149cc by increasing the bore and stroke from 92mm x 56.4mm to 104mm x 67.6mm, adding up to a power output of should be over 130bhp. The new motor ...

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First ride of the 2007 Z1000

Trevor Franklin, 07 March 2007 14:29

Kawasaki has just launched it’s new Z1000 to the world’s press in sunny, but windy Fuerteventura. MCN’s Chief Road Tester, Trevor Franklin was one of the first people in the world to ride it this afternoon. Here’s his first comments on the bike: “The new styling goes hand-in-hand with the improved performance of the previous model’s 953cc engine. Kawasaki’s chassis ...

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Register race bikes

Steve Farrell, 21 February 2007 09:27

An MP has drafted a new Bill requiring all bikes used off-road to be registered and display number plates, including track day bikes and even MotoGP race bikes.  Graham Stringer’s off-road registration Bill, which gets its second reading in Parliament on March 2, 2007, is aimed at anti-social mini moto riders who use their bikes illegally in public spaces. But ...

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Video: '07 Sport Classics

Angus Farquhar, 07 December 2006 19:18

We've had the 2007 Ducati Sports Classics out on UK roads already and you can watch our exclusive video here.   Watch the stunning bikes in action and hear MCN Road-Tester Adam Child's opinion of the two machines.

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MCN rides 1098

Marc Potter, 01 December 2006 11:21

MCN Editor Marc Potter has just stepped off the brand-new Ducati 1098 after the first session of the track launch at Kyalami in South Africa.    The twisting, technical track has huge climbs and some seriously fast corners and is a enormous test of a bike. Bikes do lose around 20 per cent of their power because the track is ...

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