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The world's most expensive bike

This Ecosse Heretic Titanium is the most expensive new bike on the market %X96 with a list price that%X92s the equivalent of %XA3133,000. The engine is machined from a solid block of billet aluminium and features a race-spec crankshaft, a supercharger, intercooler and fuel injection. From its 2147cc capacity, the pushrod V-twin pumps out some 207bhp and a mighty 218ftlb of...

  • Created 16 November 2007 14:51 by BenPurvis
  • Last comment 2 years ago ago by Dharam


Goldwing airbag explodes

Honda gave a graphic demonstration of its Goldwing airbag system at its pre-Intermot show in Cologne, Germany, and we%X92ve got video of it going off on stage. Honda made a big play on its new push towards safer motorcycling and showed the airbag in action for the first time in public and you can watch the video below



World first test: 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa

MCN Road Tester Adam Child is currently getting a world first ride aboard Suzuki%X92s eagerly anticipated new Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa at the humungously fast Saltzburgring in  Austria. Here%X92s what he%X92s had to say after his first go on the bike %X96 and checkout the video too! Watch our exclusive video from the first test of the 2008 Suzuki GSX1300R Haybusa, here. %X93As...



Tokyo Show: Vote on the unveiled 2008 Honda CB400SF and CB400SB

The Tokyo Motorcycle Show has opened to the public today, and one of the new motorcyles on display is the 2008 Honda CB400. The 2008 Honda CB400SF and the 2008 Honda CB400SB are differentiated by a retro-style fairing, but both feature a new engine, with fuel injection. Previously the CB400 has used a carburated engine which has not been able to...



Triumph's new 1700 cruiser: What do you think?

In this weeks MCN we have exclusive spy shots of Triumph's 1700cc parallel-twin, designed to take on Harley Davidson at its own game. The motorcycle was spotted in Wales, in almost complete form, just missing a few Triumph Badges. Originally thought to be a 1500cc machine it looks like the engine has now been upped to 1700cc. Do you think this is a good move for Triumph?...

  • Created 23 January 2008 10:31 by the_moosden
  • Last comment 6 years ago ago by Matt.


Video: Ecosse Spirit ES1 motorcycle unveiled at Laguna Seca MotoGP

Tonight (Friday 20 July) the Ecosse Spirit ES1 superbike will be officially launched at the US MotoGP at Laguna Seca. MCN snuck in before the official unveiling to see the prototype, and its designer, Dick Glover, explained the thinking behind it. Check out the video to see the bike in all its carbon fibre glory, and read about it in MCN %X96...



Picture Special: Guzzi Griso

The Griso sports roadster has become the first Moto Guzzi to receive the Italian firm%X92s virtually all-new and impressively potent eight-valve version of its transverse V-twin, powerplant. And in doing so, the striking-looking Griso has been transformed from a lumbering yet evocative old-school roadster into a charging rhino of a motorcycle with true 140mph potential. Although outwardly, as these pictures show, not...

  • Created 25 September 2007 16:59 by Phil West
  • Last comment 6 years ago ago by gizzabreak


Suzuki 'Address' commuters with 125cc bike

Suzuki announced the UK introduction of the Address 125 commuter bike last week. The step-through style machine has a four-stroke 125cc engine with a semi-automatic four-speed gearbox and disc brakes. It costs %XA31699 on the road, and comes with a two year warranty, one year%X92s breakdown cover, and is available on a two-year finance plan with %XA348.76 monthly payments. See your local...



Tokyo Show: The 2008 Kawasaki D-Tracker

Here's the first picture of the 2008 Kawasaki D-Tracker which is unveiled at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show on the first public day. The 2008 Kawasaki D-Tracker is unlikely to be offered in the UK, and is the first update to the model for quite a while. See more on the 2008 Kawasaki D-Tracker and all the motorcycles unveiled at the Tokyo...

  • Created 26 October 2007 10:47 by MCN News Desk
  • Last comment 6 years ago ago by catur


Enfield gears up for the future

It might have been around for nearly 60 years but Royal Enfield has no intention to allow the Bullet to be killed by the latest emissions regulations. The firm revealed a redesigned version of its 499cc engine at the NEC, complete with electronic fuel injection which allows it to beat Euro III emissions regulations. The new motor is set to be...

  • Created 23 November 2007 13:54 by BenPurvis
  • Last comment 6 years ago ago by simonpike


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