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Michael Rutter and Phil McCallen sign-up for Revolution

Ped Baker, 04 December 2013 09:18

Michael Rutter and Phil McCallen have just been announced as two more star riders competing in next February’s live-action Revolution show. The duo complete Michael Dunlop’s three-man team and both are fired-up for the challenge. Rutter is the definitive multi-skilled rider having competed in every discipline from the roads of Ireland and Macau to 500cc Grand Prix. He’s not afraid ...

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Only two weeks until BikeShed 2

Ped Baker, 20 September 2013 16:27

There are just 14 days to go until the second Bikeshed Event kicks off in Shoreditch, London on October 5-6. After the blinding success of the inaugural show last May, the Bikeshed crew are pulling together an even better, bigger event, promising over 60 top cafe racers and brat style customs. The list of builders is like a who’s who ...

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An XJR that RoCkS

Ped Baker, 13 September 2013 15:54

This is the latest stunning cafe racer from the Portuguese outfit it RoCkS bikes. Called Sunburn, the bike is based around a 1997 Yamaha XJR1200. Builders Osvaldo & Alexandre set to work with a mission to reduce the XJR's weight and size, throwing away pretty much every part of the bike except for the engine, a small part of the frame and the swingarm. ...

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2013 AMD Freestyle Champion Rondine up close

Ped Baker, 14 May 2013 16:02

Irish custom bike builders Medaza Cycles took top honours last weekend at the AMD World Custom Bike Building Championships in Germany with this stunning Guzzi powered creation called Rondine. Based around a single cylinder 500cc Nuovo Falcone engine, the bike features hand formed aluminium bodywork, a scratch built frame and an innovative girder fork that started life as a V-Rod ...

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Become a Riders for Health hero with MCN

Ped Baker, 11 July 2012 16:57

Don’t miss your chance to help raise money for biking’s top charity – Riders for Health, which provides bikes for medical workers in Africa – and be in with the chance to win exclusive paddock passes for next year’s British MotoGP at Silverstone. Some of the most sought after tickets in British motor racing could be yours, all you have ...

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This Monday is Ride To Work day!

Ped Baker, 14 June 2011 15:01

On June 20th, tens of thousands of riders across the globe will be shunning public transport and leaving the car at home to prove to their work colleagues that commuting by bike is fast, fun and economical. There are scores of special events planned throughout the UK to encourage you to drag the bike out of the garage including a ...

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Deus unveil the Café Scorpio

Ped Baker, 19 May 2011 13:33

The Café Scorpio is the latest too-cool-for-skool, flat track inspired machine to emerge from the Deus workshops. This time said workshop is on the beautiful paradise island of Bali instead of the main HQ in Sydney, Australia. Starting life as a Yamaha Scorpio 225, the Deus team have given the project the usual brand of Deus cool, bolting on polished ...

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Deus Ex Machina 'much much go'

Ped Baker, 01 December 2010 13:40

Cucumber cool custom builders Deus Ex Machina held their inaugural Bike Build off at the weekend in Campertown, Australia. Deus are famed for their lithe, bobber style machines that typically take on a board tracker cum Café racer themes. So it's no surprise that the overall winner Nick Eterovic and his creation Much Much Go apes that style.     Based ...

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Staff bikes: XR1200X - control freak

Ped Baker, 14 July 2010 10:36

I’ve been riding the XR1200 for a few weeks now and even though I’m smitten with it there’s still room for improvement. The first thing I’ve changed is the levers. The original Harley levers had a bizarre dog–leg shape that meant the backs were very close to my knuckles. Every time I changed gear I had to nearly remove my ...

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Foggy gives advice to Lorenzo before TT parade lap

Ped Baker, 11 June 2010 10:59

WSB legend and former TT lap record holder Carl Fogarty gives words of encouragement to Jorge Lorenzo as the MotoGP rider prepares for his TT debut today. Dainese backed Lorenzo is making his first trip to the Isle of Man and will ride the parade lap alongside MCN's Marc Potter and GP icon Angel Nieto.  Read our exclusive story in ...

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