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Steve Farrell  says:

MCN Back Off EU: Get the t-shirt!

T-shirts supporting our MCN Back Off EU protest are available to buy with profits to be donated to African development charity Riders for Health. Join our ride against stifling EU plans The t-shirts bear the rally’s logo of a fist making a victory sign, in Union Jack colours, with the slogan ‘Back Off EU’ printed over the top. They are available...

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Frampy

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Frampy says:

Shame!

Shame on you MCN, great T shirt but it was not YOUR campaign or rally it was MAG's! MCN was great in supporting it but bit of a cheek claiming it!  And then using emotional selling point with Riders fro Health, did Randy Mamola or Ewan Mac' join the rise outs?  You've well and truley hi jacked something in the name of charity.

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mickh13

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mickh13 says:

Price

£22.00 for a t-shirt???

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yammy7r

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yammy7r says:

XL

you only have to pay 21.99 if your a fat tw*t ,  15.99 seems fair

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

£15.99? and the rest....

Plus postage, you don't mention that. And if you want people to buy one of these, which is also an advert for your paper, charge a reasonable price, like a tenner. A friend of mine works in the wholesale t-shirt selling business and a blank t-shirt costs about £2. It doesn't cost £14 to iron a picture on a shirt, thats why I don't buy t-shirts from most of the rip-off sales stands at the shows. One of the monthlys has been GIVING AWAY  free thermal tops with a subscription and they can't be cheap. So come on MCN, don't cash in on a good cause, do the shirts at a reasonable price.

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ducatigav

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ducatigav says:

how much !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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76rufus

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76rufus says:

MCN Don't Choose the Price

Back of Don't have a go about the Price MCN don't choose the price they are already inflated by Spreadshirt the company producing them. MCN actually only make £1-£2 per T-shirt.

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

76rufus!

If MCN are serious about this campaign, they should sell the shirts at cost or get another supplier. After all, you are paying to advertise their product as well! Is there anything on the back of these shirts or is it just the one on the front?

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InTheRealWorld

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Image

I don't think a big 'Up Yours' sign is going to do much to improve the image of bikers. Especially in this situation where an air of maturity would be advisable.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Little Britain

Just where do you think Britain would be MCN without Europe? I've got a pretty good idea, and it's not a pretty thought.

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SlowLearner

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SlowLearner says:

Where were the T-shirts made?

China?  Some god-forsaken Indonesian sweatshop?  I'll be impressed if they were made in Britain.  You can't buy a Union Jack that wasn't made in China these days.

PS    Relating "MCN" to motorcycling interests isn't that obvious to most people, I'd hazzard.  This does look like anti-EU bluster on general principles than anything specific to motorbike regulations.

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