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Oct 08

Posts: 31

tomahawk says:


I've been reading the MCN since its inception but I wonder how long I can continue.Every week all I see is Rossi this or Rossi that.I'm neither a friend or foe but please find other ways of filling your paper,try a spread on one of the other talented riders,you might just find a superstar.Please don't put all your eggs in one basket it's bad business practice.

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Feb 10

Posts: 1366

honwal says:


gave up buying MCN, it is too exspensive for the content,

trouble is if you buy it and you dont like it cant, get your money back

it used to anounce price increase it even stopped doing that,in my book you were paying more for less,

as regards VR all the time he is on the scene it wont be much different, he is the one that sells the paper,

he is a marketing dream

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Oct 05

Posts: 3171

i have stopped buying it

every week just the same old shite, mcn needs to look at doing some different features and take heed of what its competition are doing i used to look forward to reading it but it needs a new direction  ..........mcn i have plenty of ideas by the way ......if you are listening and would like some advice just get in touch.....and two quid for a weekly paper is quite frankly taking the fucking piss..o.t.g


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