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Riders for Health auction paddock-passes for MotoGP

Emma Sulway, 26 March 2010 15:16

Riders for Health are currently auctioning weekend paddock-passes for 16 of the 18 rounds in this year’s MotoGP Championship. The British round and the new round at Motorland Aragon – which replaces the round in Hungary – are not included. Working on the same premise as eBay, buyers are asked to bid their highest price to win the sought-after passes. ...

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Men & Motors closing down

Emma Sulway, 26 March 2010 15:04

Digital TV channel Men & Motors will be closing down for good at 6am on April 1st. ITV – who own the channel – want to instead use the channel space for their HD broadcasts. The channel, which started broadcasting in 1996, enjoyed a brief spell on free-to-air digital television, but was soon replaced. Men & Motors has shown many ...

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Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show classic bike competition winners

Emma Sulway, 26 March 2010 14:56

The MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show’s annual classic bike competition was won this year by Colin Whyte. His 1958 Norton Dominator 99 won the ‘Cock ‘o’ the North’ trophy for ‘Best in Show’. The rest of the show’s winners were as follows: Category – Bike – Year – Owner Veteran ( - 1914) – Victoria – 1914 – Dave Stewart Vintage ...

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KTM 2010 Freeride eBike revealed

Emma Sulway, 23 March 2010 13:43

Pictures of KTM’s new Freeride electric motorcycle have been published in a German magazine despite the Austrian company restricting publishing. The Freeride eBike is expected to cost around £8900 and comes in either supermoto or dirt bike trim. Weighing in at 90kg the bike produces around 30bhp and 33ftlbs of torque. It has an expected run time of approximately 1.5 ...

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Honda CB1100 not coming to the UK

Emma Sulway, 12 March 2010 16:34

Honda UK have re-iterated their decision not to import the new CB1100 to the UK stating “it was not deemed that there would be sufficient demand across Europe to make the development and production of a European specification machine cost effective.” The new model was met with a lukewarm reaction by MCN readers, somewhat vindicating Honda’s decision not to import ...

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Wootton Bassett, Sunday 14th March: MCN wants your photos

Emma Sulway, 12 March 2010 14:24

Are you attending the ride-out for Afghan Heroes this Sunday in Wootton Bassett? If so, MCN needs your help. We want photos of all the day’s action: the bikes, the supporters and the ride-out. So get your cameras out because we will be printing a selection of the best photos from the day. Send your pictures to us at mcn.news@motorcyclenews.com ...

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Vespa riders: From Margate to Land’s End for Help for Heroes

Emma Sulway, 12 March 2010 11:24

Vespa rider Paul King will be riding his Vespa T5 scooter outfit from Margate to Land’s End to raise money for Help for Heroes. On April 10th 2010 Paul and his family, alongside members of Modern Vespa, will be riding the 466 miles along the south coast of England. The group is being supported by Watsonian-Squire sidecar manufacturers. Riders wishing ...

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‘Ghostlids’ safety campaign launched in Maidstone, Kent

Emma Sulway, 11 March 2010 16:17

A new safety campaign aimed at 16-19-year-old riders was launched in Maidstone, Kent today. The ‘Ghostlids’ campaign is focused on teaching teenagers about how to ride safely. Posters featuring a ghostly white helmet are being put up around key crash sites in the area to highlight the young lives that have been affected by crashes. There have been 18 serious ...

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Freddie Spencer’s Championship bikes for sale

Emma Sulway, 11 March 2010 14:50

Freddie Spencer has put two of his championship-winning bikes up for sale. Specialist dealer RMD Motors has Spencer’s 1983 championship-winning NS500 Triple up for sale along with his NSR250 Twin which won him the double title in 1985. The bikes are being sold as a pair for an unknown price. They are expected to fetch a handsome sum due to ...

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Ducati release Aspar MotoGP livery

Emma Sulway, 11 March 2010 11:30

Jorge Martinez’s MotoGP team officially released their 2010 livery today. The team, officially called ‘Paginas Amarillas Aspar Team’, revealed their yellow Desmosidici GP10 sponsored by the Spanish Yellow Pages. Other sponsors include Bancaja, the Spanish bank who sponsor Aspar’s 125cc efforts, and Playstation3. Last year’s runner-up in the 250cc class, Hector Barbera, will ride for the satellite team.

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