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Missed a train, nicked a bike

MCN, 30 December 2006 12:00

Two men who broke into a house and stole a Harley-Davidson from a garage told a court this month they did it because they’d missed their last train home. The pair was given the cold shoulder by two women after they walked them home after a night out. Liam Fletcher, 23, and Russell Wilson, 30, had missed the train back ...

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Most expensive RGV250?

MCN, 29 December 2006 15:00

This is the world’s most expensive Suzuki RGV250 – built over the past four months for owner Mark Lister at a cost of more than £12,000. Lister, 32, from Elephant and Castle in London spent 11 years working as a bike courier in London. He now runs his own courier company and decided the RGV was going to be a ...

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Festive cheer

MCN, 29 December 2006 12:00

Keeping the cheery mood throughout this festive season

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Lady biker on mission

MCN, 29 December 2006 11:00

Emma Bradbury from Bilsthorpe, Nottinghamshire is to take to the roads next year for a two-week ride. Emma will be aiming to raise £2,000 by riding around the entire coastline of mainland Britain. The journey, in memory of her uncle Mick Massey, will raise cash for the children’s NSPCC charity. To sponsor Emma go to www.justgiving.com/mickmasseymemorialride.

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Hammond rides again

MCN, 29 December 2006 11:00

Richard Hammond has ridden a bike for the first time since the 288mph jetcar crash that almost killed him – and MCN was there with him all the way. Just days after doctors gave the all-clear to ride again, MCN columnist Hammond fired up a bike and headed out onto the streets of London near to do something he feared ...

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iPlod

MCN, 29 December 2006 11:00

Dyslexic trainee police officers in Merseyside are being given Apple iPods to help them learn the Highway Code. Rookie policemen doing driver training will be able to download pictures of road signs and markings and have 900 hours of audio training added to the iPods.

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Coroner criticises bikers

MCN, 29 December 2006 11:00

Powys coroner Geraint Williams has again criticised some motorcyclists’ “appalling” attitudes to speed after an inquest into a motorcyclists death. In 2003 he warned of the growing threat posed by bikers using Welsh roads to race at speeds of over 100mph.

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Festive cheer

MCN, 29 December 2006 10:30

Keeping the cheery mood throughout this festive season

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Drink driving at 14

MCN, 28 December 2006 15:30

Fife Police caught 13 drink drivers in just one week at the beginning of the month. This included one who was just 14 and driving a stolen car. The teenager was the third 14-year-old to be reported for drink driving this year.

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Beta's latest trial

MCN, 28 December 2006 15:30

Beta has just released its latest four-stroke 250cc trial bike in the UK, the Rev-3. Traditionally trial bikes use two-stroke engines, however, Beta says environmental concerns and stricter emissions laws are forcing the switch to four-stroke engines. The 250cc Rev-3 is the Italian firm’s first foray into the four-stroke market. The compact single-cylinder engine weighs just 23kg and is promising ...

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