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Ped Baker  says:

MCN-TV launched

MCN has launched a new on-line TV channel called MCN-TV. Featuring the world’s best biking movies, TV shows and documentaries, MCN-TV can be watched on any on-line device running a standard web browser including lap-tops, phones and tablet devices. From blockbuster movies such as On Any Sunday to fascinating documentaries on motorcycling's heroes such as Barry Sheene and David Jefferies, there are...

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May 12

Posts: 8

gordonakelly says:


How about *before* a TV channel you make the magazine content available online to subscribers rather than letting it rot? Or, heaven forbid, make an MCN digital app/magazine with interactive content?? Every major publication has gone down this route. Yes, including Visor Down! By contrast how many decided the next logical step was public broadcasting? Does Cosmopolitan have a TV station? FHM? The Guardian? Health & Fitness? Anyone?? The price is also too much for a channel with reruns and, no doubt, a lot of repeats. £3.99 is £1 off a PC Spotify subscription or ESPN online (which has a little broader content than you!). Besides on demand is where the future lies for video, not broadcast. Sheesh get with the times...

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Sep 10

Posts: 1323

SatNavSteve says:

Well, if I can get an on-line MCN for less than the £7.96p a month I pay for the paper version now, where do I sign. And saving a few trees into the bargain, thats the future! And why can't MCN make the classifieds a seperate paper. I'm not intending changing my bike for at least 3 years, but every week I'm paying for pages of ads I have no interest in and to me is waste of paper?!

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Jul 11

Posts: 27

fevs says:



I like popping out to my local news agent and picking up a copy of MCN on a Sunday morning!

By the time I'm finished I'm ready for my first pint!! :-)

Screw the trees & enviroment, I want my hard copy....

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Sep 10

Posts: 1323

SatNavSteve says:


You're lucky. All my local newsagents have sold out of MCN by Thursday morning. You must live in a mainly bike-free zone. And no, I'm not on commision from MCN for making it sound so popular, its just the facts. Anyway, what you doing going to the pub on a Sunday when you should be out riding? I have a beer when I get home to celebrate still being alive!

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Nov 05

Posts: 127

Ped Baker

No offence but MCN has been saying that MCN will be available online for years!  Where i live it cost a lot to get it and often they haven't got it so its a wasted trip:(  And from the replies below i think you can see you are losing money by not having it online.

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Sep 12

Posts: 25

TNTbikes says:

wow great going MCN :)

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Feb 05

Posts: 6

ishvara says:

Bring the MCN online!

I wouldn't mind if MCN will become available online again like in the good old times. If you guys @ MCN are not comfortable putting the PDF online then Zinio is offering a pretty good service.


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Jun 09

Posts: 251

sprintst955 says:

what oh

what time is corrie on ? sounds like a lot of repeated stuff to me. on any sunday ! bloody hell why dont you show the wild bunch while you are at it ?anybody can download a pile of old stuff,in fact stuff mcn tv i betits all on you tube for free,

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