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MCN reader wins dream ticket to British MotoGP with Metis Gilera

MCN reader Dave Woollands won a dream VIP ticket to the British MotoGP at Donington Park last weekend in an MCN competition in collaboration with Gilera. Woollands, and his guest, got to spend the day with the Metis Gilera Racing 250cc GP squad and hung out in their race truck and hospitality areas. He also got the chance to meet the ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 26 June 2007

Transport Minister Dr Stephen Ladyman won't rule out congestion charges for motorcycles

Transport Minister Dr Stephen Ladyman refused to rule out bikes could be made to pay in future congestion charging schemes.   In response to a question, Ladyman said: “Exemptions in any local schemes that may get proposed will be for the local proposers to put forward but the London Congestion Charge includes a motorbike exemption so I have no doubt that ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 19 June 2007

Racing veteran Robbie Allan told he's 'too old' to race Paris Dakar

A veteran racer has been told by organisers of the Paris Dakar rally that he’s too old to take part in next year’s race.  The experienced 66-year-old Robbie Allen competed in last year’s event and was running competitively when his engine problems forced him to retire from the rally over mid-race distance. However Emilie Pocan, spokesperson for the Paris Dakar ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 18 June 2007

Learn how to pull motorcycle stunts

A veteran Brazilian stunt rider is setting up his first stunt school in London teaching bikers the art of motorcycle wheelies, stoppies and rolling burnouts. Bira Nicolella has spent 25 years perfecting his motorcycle skills and is now looking to train up the next generation of professional stunt riders at his Enfield based training school. “Because the sport is growing ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 14 June 2007

Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman update on the Long Way Down trip

Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman checked in on day 34 of their epic ride to Capetown in the middle of a desert in the Sudan. Still with 8,500 miles left to travel the globetrotting duo took time to speak to Radio One presenter Chris Moyles for an update on their adventures. Boorman said: “The heat in the desert is unbelievable ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 14 June 2007

Isle of Man: TT Centenary parade

Legendary racers and motorcycles rode an historic parade lap around the Mountain Course to celebrate the Isle of Man TT’s centenary year. Earlier in the week enthusiasts recreate the very first TT race that took place in 1907. However, this time organisers assembled a cast of the finest racers and bikers to have tackled the Mountain course. Highlights included Luigi ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 07 June 2007

Police chief wants hidden cameras

The head of ACPO road policing has admitted in an interview that he wants hidden speed cameras on our roads. Meredydd Hughes is the controversial Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police and senior figure in the influential Police body, the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) who told MCN: “I was a speeding addict”. In an interview with the Times ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 05 June 2007

TT garages accused of petrol profiteering

With thousands of race fans flocking to the Isle of Man for the TT centenary many enterprising garages are cashing in by raising petrol prices. Unhappy bikers have told MCN they have paid up to £1.08 per litre for standard unleaded on the Island. Currently the price at the famous Bray Hill petrol station stands at £1.04 per litre – ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • 31 May 2007

Video: Three-wheeled Spyder on the road

MCN man Tom Rayner has spent the weekend blasting round the lakes of Austria on the new three-wheeled Can Am Spyder. Read on for his first impressions of the trike and check out the video of the unusual machine below. "The first thing you notice is that it feels nothing like a bike," commented Tom. "It doesn't lean when you go round corners ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • First rides & tests
  • 22 May 2007

Sheene fanatic buys GP bike

MCN reader and huge Barry Sheene fan Andy Smith bought this 1976 Suzuki RG500 XR14 Heron works GP racer after seeing a story about Bonhams auctioning the bike in MCN. The 45-year-old Norfolk rider chose to buy the bike rather than pay off his mortgage and it's now a stable-mate to his road-legal limited edition RG500 and a John Reynolds ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 16 May 2007

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