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Ride a new KTM at Box Hill this Sunday

MCN, 28 August 2014 16:10

KTM UK will be at Box Hill this Sunday (August 31) with a large range of 2014 street bikes available for demo rides. Visitors to the popular biking meeting spot in Tadworth, Surrey, will be able to take a closer look at a selection of the 2014 KTM Street range, with staff on hand to answer any questions relating to ...

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Potholes voted top hazard for bikers

MCN, 28 August 2014 11:59

Rubbish roads, stop-start traffic or selfish car drivers? What annoys you most about Britain’s roads? Back in April, MCN Compare conducted a quick survey to find out. The candidates for all the things that really grind bikers’ gears included lethal potholes, heavy traffic, speed cameras, red-light jumpers and drivers who just can’t get off their mobile phones. Unsurprisingly, potholes came ...

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Trophies stolen from National Motorcycle museum

MCN, 28 August 2014 10:10

A large number of trophies were stolen from the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham last night.The museum is offering a £20,000 reward for information that leads to the safe recovery of the trophies, which include replicas awarded at the Isle of Man TT.The break-in took place at 11pm on Wednesday, August 27 and the museum’s trophy display cabinets were smashed. ...

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Has Honda missed its opportunity with the delayed CBR300R?

MCN, 26 August 2014 18:26

First there was the Kawasaki Ninja 30. Then KTM joined the 300-or-so class with the announcement of the RC390. And now, Honda has gotten in on the action. But is it too little too late? Has Honda missed its opportunity with the delayed CBR300R?

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Is the new KTM Super Adventure too much?

MCN, 26 August 2014 18:20

The standard KTM Adventure is hardly under-powered, producing a claimed 150bhp. But that wasn't enough, so KTM recently unveiled the Super Adventure, which gets the same engine as the Super Duke R and 180bhp.

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Kawasaki ZXR750 H1 needed

MCN, 18 August 2014 17:36

MCN is on th elookout for owners of a Kawasaki ZX750 H1, which we need for a static photoshoot this week. We don't need to ride the bike, we'll just collect it and drop it back off when we're finished, and you'll get some MCN freebies for your troubles! If you can help contact alison.silcox@motorcyclenews.com or call 01733 468025.

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Petition to ban surface dressing launched

MCN, 15 August 2014 09:30

An online petition to try and get the practice of resurfacing roads with a method called surface dressing stopped has already attracted more than 2500 signatures. The ePetition was started by Christopher Caswell and calls for an end to surface dressing; the method of adding a layer of liquid tar and then gravel that poses such a danger to motorcyclists. ...

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September MADness

MCN, 14 August 2014 16:02

If your September evenings are looking a little devoid of humour, you need to head to a theatre in Maidstone, Southend, Newark or Scunthorpe to be entertained by persistent prankster and GP aficionado, Steve Parrish, on his MAD tour. If your September is already maxed out, then the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull has announced that the tour will roll ...

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Buying guide: Kawasaki H2

MCN, 14 August 2014 10:53

Fast, loud, thirsty and anti-social, Kawasaki’s H2 triple embraced the Seventies’ spirit of excess. The 748cc two-stroke burned briefly but intensely, lighting up the scene in 1971 before being squeezed out by the even-faster Z1 in ’73. But by then the H2 had cemented its place in folklore. In those pre-political correctness days, Kawasaki’s press release trumpeted: ‘The Kawasaki 750 ...

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Harley recall now includes UK models

MCN, 13 August 2014 08:30

A US recall of more than 66,000 ABS-equipped Harley-Davidson Touring models will now include UK models, and owners will be contacted imminently by their dealer to arrange for the three hours of work to be scheduled. The recall follows concerns that ABS-equipped bikes built between July 1, 2013 and May 7, 2014 may suffer a front wheel lock-up during riding ...

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