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Lonely Planet guide to Scotland

Lonely Planet, 06 February 2008 15:01

Honed by long competition with its English neighbours, buoyant Scotland has survived encroachment, brass-monkey weather and invasion by stand-up comedians. Its people are feisty, opinionated and fiercely loyal. The countryside is a wild, beautiful tumble of raw mountain peaks and deep glassy lakes. There's a plethora of tartan-checked beaten tracks across this land, but even in well-thumbed tourist hubs like ...

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Video: How to make the best of a trip to the Nurburgring

Michael Neeves, 12 June 2008 12:22

MCN senior road tester Michael Neeves took his longtermer Suzuki GSX-R750 on a three day trip to the most demanding road circuit in the world, the Nurburgring, and he brings you this video guide to the journey. Find a Suzuki GSX-R750 for sale Read the Suzuki GSX-R750 review Follow Neeves in this video diary as he travels along the twisty roads ...

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Yellow lights

omar, 04 April 2008 16:09

I was recently in the Middle East and noticed their bike lights are setup like the US, i.e. the indicators are always on like side lights… this made them very visible and easier to spot. The other thing I noticed through my winter riding is that car drivers don’t spot you when its dark and rainy… however, when fitting a ...

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Suzuki VanVan: the £2679 Multistrada rival

Guy Procter, 28 May 2010 15:21

Suzuki’s 125 VanVan is making suprising waves among a certain portion of the aventurous riding crowd. 1600 British fans of the grown-up (or at least teenage) Monkey bike congregate online at a dedicated VanVan forum and are hell-bent on finding the limits of the big-tyred, 100mpg, 12bhp machine. They’ve taken it enduro riding in Wales, up disused ski-runs in the ...

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Top 5 alternative touring bikes

Dan Aspel, 09 July 2010 17:22

Thinking of heading across the world on two wheels? A sensible rider would lock and load a big, sensible touring bike with tried and tested, top of the range kit.  But if you’re a little eccentric, a little wayward or just plain mad, here’s range of bikes that could (technically) get you there on a thimbleful of fuel.              ...

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10 tips for riding in Morocco

MCN, 21 January 2010 16:16

Jane Holmyard and Graham Saunders, at ToursAreUs are regular riders in Morocco. So we've asked them to provide some tips to make sure a motorcycle trip to North Africa goes as well as possible. Planning a tour abroad? Check out MCN deals on ferry tickets 1. When heading for a less than crowded and hot empty countryside make sure you carry ...

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Touring advice - Traffic laws in Spain

James Mostyn, 04 June 2009 14:42

Spain has some of the best roads in Europe. Every rider should visit it at least once, especially during the colder months where the climate can allow year-round riding in leathers. Here are some key facts and laws you should know before you travel. • UK licence holders must be 18 or over to ride a temporarily imported motorcycle (over 75cc)• Use ...

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Touratech upgrades to new Zega Pro panniers

Guy Procter, 12 August 2009 16:12

Luggage firm Touratech has launched a new line of aluminium panniers that are just as tough but more convenient and smarter-looking. The new Zega Pros are still suitable for any jungle, desert or trans-European adventure, but they feature a number of key advantages, including: Save £££ on motorcycle luggage in the MCN Shop They¹re now made in-house by Touratech for ...

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Bike trip of a lifetime?: Independent in Vietnam

James Keen, 15 February 2010 11:30

Now is the time to book a biking holiday. But they are expensive – so you need to choose wisely. Independent or guided tour? US or Third World? We’ve tried both to help you decide on your trip...        The other option: Guided in the USA Independent in Vietnam►500 miles ►Two weeks ►Minsk 125 ►Follow your nose ►Typhoons The sellMotorcycle trips are ...

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Lonely Planet Guide to Portugal

Lonely Planet, 16 January 2008 11:32

The latest in our series of Lonely Planet guides takes us to Costa Rica. Click here to check out the full range of guides online. Portugal has a rich seafaring past, superb beach resorts, wistful towns and a landscape wreathed in olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields. Littered with UNESCO World Heritage sites and graced by one of Europe's most ...


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