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World exclusive: BMW S1000RR road bike revealed at Jerez

BMW have revealed their S1000RR road bike in undisguised, finished form at the Jerez MotoGP round. The bike wased as safety bike for the MotoGP race weekend in a surprise public appearance before the official unveiling at Monza World Superbikes next weekend. MCN has exclusively revealed the BMW S1000RR is putting out around 10bhp more than any other 1000cc rival – 182bhp ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 01 May 2009

Summer opening times for Sammy Miller Museum

The Sammy Miller Museum will be opening its doors for summer opening hours from next Monday (February 16). The museum, which houses more than 400 fully restored motorcycles, will now open every day between 10am and 4.30pm. Factory racers and exotic prototypes, plus memorabilia spanning seven decades of motorcycling for sport and for pleasure are among the exhibits. The museum ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 11 February 2009

Sycamore Harley-Davidson Custom Show

Sycamore Harley-Davidson is having its fifth Annual Custom Show this weekend at their premises in Uppingham, Rutland. The Harley-Davidson and Buell dealer is hosting the event at their showroom that will consist of a custom show as well as refreshments and deals within the store. It’s also an opportunity to check out the latest range of Harleys. It kicks off ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Events
  • 04 February 2009

Suzuki GSX-R1000s ‘recalled’ for extra frame bracing

Owners of 2005/2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000s can to hear from Suzuki soon, following reports of frames cracking around the headstock. VOSA hasn’t deemed the incidents - which occurred following ‘extreme situations’ including heavily-landed wheelies - worthy of a full recall, but Suzuki aims to fit every bike of the period with extra bracing. All owners, including those buyers of used machines, will ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 04 February 2009

Father reunited with Sunbeam motorcycle

Two sons have reunited their 77-year-old father with the Sunbeam S7 Deluxe he rode in the 1950s. Paul and John Kilminster from Guernsey spent 17 years tracking down KNM 664, which their father Dave had bought for £145 in May 1955.    Kilminster used the bike as his daily commute and for trips to everywhere from Newquay to the south of ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 03 February 2009

Honda raises £4,000 for NSPCC

Visitors to the NEC Bike Show in December helped Honda raise £4,000 for charity, it has been revealed today. The Japanese manufacturer collected the money by offering re-useable fabric branded bags to customers at the show for a recommended donation of £1. Visitors dug deep and raised £4,342.13 which will be given to the children’s charity NSPCC.

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 02 February 2009

Double Glory For Yamaha Technicians

A motorcycle technician from Alf England Motorcycles, in Bedworth, has won the Yamaha Technician Grand Prix for the second time. Nigel Cartwright from Tamworth won the bi-annual event designed to test practical technical skills and theoretical knowledge. Cartwright won a new Yamaha T-Max scooter worth £6,000, while his Alf England colleague, Robert Berry from Nuneaton scooped a runners-up place receiving ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 02 February 2009

Be a mechanic at the MCN London Motorcycle Show

Do you think you've got what it takes to be a MotoGP mechanic? Then come to the MCN London Motorcycle Show and put your skills to the test in our pit lane challenge. Wannabe pit crew will be invited on to the MCN Live Stage to change the rear wheel of a Ducati 1098 against the clock. The challenge will ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Events
  • 30 January 2009

Hubless wheels in action

A new video released by American chopper designers shows hubless wheels, similar to those featured on Honda’s stunning V4 concept bike, being successfully used on the roads. Tennessee-based Amen Design built a concept chopper based around Italian engineer Franco Sbarro’s hubless wheels back in 2005. They have finally got the Hubless Monster out on the road and just released a ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 30 January 2009

Land of the Incas needs lady riders!

If you've ever fancied riding across the land of the Incas then this Peruvian adventure is for you. Established tour company Adventure Peru are looking for four female riders who have faced great personal adversity, either through illness or hardship, for a 10-day riding trip across Peru, South America in October 2009. Heading up the group is 56 year-old Sally ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Events
  • 30 January 2009

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