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Ducati unveils airbag option for Multistrada

Ducati project engineer Paolo Versari demonstrated the airbag with a trial firing at the press conference at the company%X92s factory in Bologna, Italy Ducati has unveiled the first rider airbag to be integrated into a motorcycle. Ducati%X92s Multistrada S Touring D-Air model is loaded with sensors and an extra ECU to analyse the sensor data and fire an airbag worn by...

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What annoys you most about riding on the Queen's Highways?

With all sorts of things seemingly on the roads just to annoy you, we have an important question - which one really grinds your gears the most? Is it the idiots babbling away on their mobile phones, potholes the size of the North Sea, or just the sheer number of other vehicles on the road these days?

  • Created 23 April 2014 13:46 by MCN
  • Last comment 9 hours ago ago by rcraven
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Bridgestone surprised by COTA front tyre issues

Bridgestone has admitted it did not expect to see such major front tyre issues during last Sunday%X92s Circuit of the Americas MotoGP clash in Texas. Several riders reported excessive wear on the right side of the medium compound front tyre at COTA, with factory Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi one of the worst hit. The Italian looked on course for a second successive...

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The Kings of Cool

BMW has hit the retro nail on the head with its R NineT. It's had rave reviews and the first batch to leave the factory has already sold out - globally. But how does the new bike compare to the best homegrown cafe racer-inspired rivals? We take the Royal Enfield Continental GT, Triumph's Thruxton, the Norton Commando 961 out with...

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BMW S1000F: Have your say

BMW's new S1000-based adventure sports bike has been spied testing in Germany and appears to be finished in terms of styling. So what do you think - do we need an inline four adventure sports bike? Or are you just happy to see Banana Man still has work?

  • Created 03 April 2014 09:40 by MCN
  • Last comment 10 hours ago ago by IronAss
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Hand injury rules Cal Crutchlow out of Argentina race

Cal Crutchlow has been forced to withdraw from this weekend%X92s inaugural MotoGP round at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.The Ducati rider has not recovered from a dislocated and broken right little finger he suffered in a heavy fall at the previous round in Austin and will now focus on returning to partner Andrea Dovizioso in the first...

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Schwantz: Marquez has got inside Lorenzo%X92s head

Kevin Schwantz believes Jorge Lorenzo%X92s nightmare start to 2014 is a direct result of the breathtaking performances from Spanish rival and reigning world champion Marc Marquez. Repsol Honda rider Marquez heads to the third race in Argentina this weekend undefeated after brilliant victories in Qatar and Austin. In stark contrast, Factory Yamaha rider Lorenzo has endured a forgettable start and already trails...

  • Created 22 April 2014 12:42 by Matthew Birt
  • Last comment 3 hours ago ago by RevNutz
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Bradley Smith surprised by storming start to 2014

A maiden front row start and podium challenges in both MotoGP races in 2014 have already highlighted the massive improvement made by British rider Bradley Smith after a tough rookie campaign.And the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider has admitted surprising himself with eye-catching performances in Qatar and Austin.Smith stormed to a career first front row start in Doha and was...

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Free tickets for MotoGP Tonight!

One of the biggest and best revelations of BT Sport%X92s MotoGP coverage coming from their new Tuesday night show hosted by ITV%X92s TT frontman Craig Doyle, with the new format giving fans a chance to catch up with the weekend%X92s action, the top stars, and some great insight and analysis. However, none of that is the best thing about the new...

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TfL launches campaign to reduce bike accidents

Transport for London (TfL) has launched a new motorcycle safety initiative it hopes will reduce the number of motorcyclsits killed and injured in the capital by 40% by the year 2020. TfL has targeted six ways it believes will further reduce the number of motorcycle accidents on London's roads, having already reduced the number of riders killed each year by 50%...

  • Created 16 April 2014 16:59 by MCN
  • Last comment 11 hours ago ago by IronAss
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