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Triumph Thruxton Ace special edition unveiled

Andy Downes, 12 September 2014 22:00

Triumph has revealed this special edition version of the Thruxton called the Ace which celebrates the link between the British manufacturer and the famous London café so synonymous with motorcycle history. The new black and white special edition was revealed on Friday at the Ace Café in London by owner Mark Wilsmore as a prelude to the Brighton Burn Up ...

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BMW launches retro-fit cornering ABS for HP4

Andy Downes, 21 July 2014 11:27

BMW has become the first manufacturer to launch cornering ABS for a sportsbike which will available as a retro-fit option on the S1000RR HP4 from October.The new system is called ABS Pro and it’s expected this will be the first of many models being offered with the Bosch-developed ABS system that works to stop the bike crashing even when hard ...

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New Triumph finance and free accessories offers

Andy Downes, 29 January 2014 10:36

Triumph has unveiled a new series of finance and accessory offers on a large section of new bikes sold from February 1 with up to £1215 of free accessories on some bikes. The offers cover virtually every bike on sale at the moment and not only are there accessory deals but a new range of PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) deals ...

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Save Brighton Speed Trials campaign launched

Andy Downes, 02 January 2014 11:08

A campaign has been launched to save Brighton’s historic seafront Speed Trials following the decision of the city council to axe the event after 108 years.Brighton and Hove City Council is planning to block permission to grant a licence for the event; a decision the council says follows a fatal accident in 2012 when a sidecar passenger was killed but ...

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Lembit Opik joins MAG full-time

Andy Downes, 04 December 2013 12:10

Former Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik has been recruited as Director of Communications and Public Affairs for the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) to work for the organisation full-time. Opik was an MP from 1997 until 2010 when he lost his seat in Montgomeryshire in Wales but he has been a lifelong motorcyclist and will now be working with MAG to ...

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CB1100 gets mid-life tweaks

Andy Downes, 20 November 2013 09:46

The Honda CB1100 – now designated the CB1100EX – may only have been introduced into Europe for 2013 but it was first unveiled in Japan in 2009, and has now been given a mid-life refresh with spoked wheels, a larger fuel tank and a bit of a restyle and – most importantly – a six-speed gearbox.Unless you are an existing ...

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Staff Blog: My cleaning confession

Andy Downes, 23 September 2013 16:46

I know some (most) people don’t enjoy cleaning motorcycles but for me it’s a seriously satisfying part of riding bikes and I’ve just spent three hours working on the Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring this weekend.The result, I hope you will agree, manages to completely hide the fact the bike has 8000 miles on the clock under the gleaming exterior ...

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Horex unveils new VR6 Classic model

Andy Downes, 14 August 2013 14:22

German firm Horex has shown a new Classic model based on the VR6 roadster with the same 1218cc six-cylinder motor but a host of cosmetic changes that have come about as a result of customer feedback. Horex has responded to calls from owners for a more old school look with wire spoked wheels, a new red paintjob and an engine ...

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Round Britain charity ride calls for riders

Andy Downes, 26 July 2013 16:51

A motorcyclist riding 4000 miles around the British coastline to raise cash for charity is calling for support from other riders as he makes his way around the country.Paul Newman from Cambridge will be leaving on September 1 on a ride following the British coastline as closely as possible on a journey of 4000 miles with the target of raising ...

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Lotus to make 200bhp motorcycle

Andy Downes, 21 June 2013 17:24

Iconic British sportscar brand Lotus is gearing up to build a 200bhp motorcycle which will use Formula One technology and will be built by a car racing team Kodewa and designed by the man who designed the Tron Lightcycle. Details are sketchy right now but there is a single image of a carbon-fibre fuel tank which has been released along ...

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