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Now Home Secretary Slams Brunstrom

Tom Rayner, 02 May 2007 10:31

Controversial cop Richard Brunstrom has come under fire from the Home Secretary, John Reid for using images of a decapitated biker as part of a campaign launch. Speaking last night, Reid said that North Wales Police’s decision to use the images of Mark Gibney’s body without getting his family’s permission was: “Insensitive.”Reid went on to add that Brunstrom had: “Shown ...

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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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Brunstrom: "The man is not human" says widow

Tom Rayner, 30 April 2007 09:46

The widow and father of the decapitated biker paraded by Chief Constable Richard Brunstom have both called for his immediate dismissal. Images of Mark Gibney’s horrific injuries were shown to journalists last week without the permission of the family. The photographs showed Gibney’s decapitated head lying on a grass verge and his torso embedded in a car. William Gibney, Mark’s father, has ...

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Compensation victory in landmark case

Tom Rayner, 25 April 2007 00:30

Thousands of bikers could now be awarded compensation in accidents caused by reckless pedestrians. A landmark legal case has set a precedent for all bikers injured when a pedestrian’s recklessness is deemed criminal. This news means justice for all bikers injured in accidents with a pedestrian through no fault of their own. MCN’s legal columnist Andrew Campbell from Withy King ...

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Bikers banned from Speed Ferries

Tom Rayner, 16 April 2007 12:33

Bikers have been told by Speed Ferries, operating from Dover to Boulogne, they can no longer travel with their bikes. Speed Ferries operates a high-speed service across the Channel but claims it is no longer able to accommodate motorcyclists. In a cancellation letter sent to customers by Speed Ferries it blames high turnaround time due to loading and discharging bikes ...

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Meet the new Bennetts Babes

Tom Rayner, 12 April 2007 11:11

These 12 girls are the new Bennetts Babes that will be touring the UK as part of the British Superbike calendar. Over 3,000 girls entered the competition to become one of the glamorous dozen. These exclusive images are from the Bennetts Babes first official photo shoot of the season. Here are the names of the Bennetts Babes (from left to right) ...

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New Harley dealer in Preston

Tom Rayner, 11 April 2007 14:39

A new Harley-Davidson dealership is opening in Preston this week. The purpose built dealership will feature bike sales, clothing and accessories, service department and a customer café/restaurant. The dealership is located on West Strand Road of Preston – here is an artist’s impression of what the dealership will look like when it opens.

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Youtube 'speeder' gets off

Tom Rayner, 22 March 2007 14:24

Charges have been dropped against the biker accused of posting an illegal blast on his Yamaha R1 on the Internet video jukebox, You Tube. Biker, Jeremy Parrott was ostracised by his local community and claimed he was: “treated like a sex offender” by the Police after being arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving. The video showed a motorcycle breaking the ...

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MCN repairs potholes

Tom Rayner, 22 March 2007 09:24

MCN spent a day repairing potholes using a revolutionary new technique that is quicker, cheaper and lasts longer than conventional methods. Unlike the traditional pothole repairs in which hot tar is dropped into a pothole, flattened with a jack hammer and sealed with the slippery over banding this new technique, developed by a company called ASI, is much safer for ...

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Diabetic biker banned for 60mph ride

Tom Rayner, 12 March 2007 10:27

A diabetic man has been banned from riding for six months after riding through a school zone as children were leaving at 60mph. Vasileios Georgiadis hopped on his bike after discovering there was no food in his home to raise his blood sugar levels, and raced through the streets of Paisley to find food to balance his glucose level. He was ...

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