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New MCN January 16: Exclusive - New Triumph Tiger Sport

In this week's MCN, out January 16, we have exclusive photos of Triumph's new Tiger Sport, the replacement for the venerable Tiger 1050. We have an exclusive interview with Casey Stoner on Valentino Rossi, where he talks about the Italian's years at Ducati. Also this week: We test the new learner laws by sitting the test, and Neevesy talks riding sports bikes...

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Jul 12

Posts: 3199

wosihound says:

Loved the bitter, insecure Stoner rant..pure comedy gold.

This guy will be back in 2 years because he knows he failed and it will be embarrassing..just like it was for Spencer.

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Feb 12

Posts: 37

AHA1 says:

Stoner Deniers

Stoner-deniers. Don'tcha just love them? Who's really bitter & insecure?

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Jun 12

Posts: 10

nigelg79 says:

Stoner could have been great...

Stoner could have been a legend if he stayed on, but he just couldn't be bothered with all the cr@p that comes with being in the premier class so fair enough. Two world championships on two different bikes, one being the Ducati, impressive! Rossi is a legend but I think Stoner is just as good and probably faster - both completely different characters, both great for their sport, such a shame he's hanging up his leathers so young but good luck to him.

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Nov 03

Posts: 470

kl595 says:

Stoner Article

Stoner did a bit, won the odd title but he's never going down as one of the world's greatest champions in motorcycling history is he? 

For me, it's a question of respect and good manners that make a champion great.  He came across as having neither. A big mouth, over grown, pubescent who chickened out when the going got tough and didn't have the desire of commitment to prove he was the best and defend his self appointed greatness for decades. 

Instead, he lost the fuel and the fight, the very fire and passion that drives great champions on. 

A sad loss to racing but one that will be easily replaced.

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