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How fast does it go mister?

Adam Child, 23 May 2014 12:04

‘How fast does it go mister?’ Whether it’s bikes or broadband, we’re obsessed by speed, so here are the facts you need to win your next pub debate Speed addiction has plagued humans since we first realised we could run. We’re fascinated by it, and the quest to discover who, or what, is the fastest. As soon as we’re sure ...

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TT analysis: Spot the difference

Adam Child, 12 July 2013 06:30

Quattro Bournemouth Kawasaki man James Hillier is one of the exciting next generation of TT riders. He has a TT win under his belt and has joined the elite 131mph average club, just missing out on a senior podium spot this year. Our very own Senior MCN road tester is only in his second year, and is on sharp learning ...

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Used Buying Guide: Kawasaki ZX-10R

Adam Child, 20 March 2013 07:30

We can safely say Kawasaki didn’t really produce an out-and-out sports bike with the ZX-9R, especially towards the end of its life cycle, when it was facing competition from the mighty Yamaha R1 and Suzuki GSX-R1000. The old 900 was more of a soft sports bike with great power and comfort rather than a cutting edge sportster with razor sharp ...

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Phil McCallen: 'The Britten was a dark horse'

Adam Child, 26 January 2013 09:30

Nick Jefferies was the fastest man around the TT course on a Britten in 1994 How did you come to race the Britten at the TT in 1994?I’d won the Formula One race in 1993 on the Honda RC30 and I knew there was a new bike coming, the RC45 but I also knew numbers were only small. The Honda ...

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'How I bagged a Britten'

Adam Child, 25 January 2013 07:00

Britten owner and dedicated biker, Kevin Grant, bought his first bike aged 15, then got into racing and collecting bikes. How did you come to own a Britten?I picked it up in 1996, or '97, I think. It was just a quirk of fate really. We were going to a jubilee meeting at Assen, and I was trying to organise ...

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Video: MCN rides sidecar passenger

Adam Child, 02 August 2012 10:30

It’s often said the craziest people in the racing paddock are sidecar passengers, and after attempting it, I reckon they are. How the hell they can passenger around the TT course is unimaginable. Most would choose a nice slow machine, at a safe track, in the hands of an expert driver for their first go as a passenger, but not ...

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Video: BMW S1000RR goes through TT pits at 150mph

Adam Child, 01 June 2011 09:53

This is the horrifying moment last night when TT rider Paul Shoesmith entered pit lane at 150mph by mistake. Apparently Shoesmith – on board his Ice Valley BMW S1000RR – was blinded by the sun and was slightly off line. The experienced TT rider went on to record a best lap last night of 118.726 – impressive after such a ...

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Jodie Marsh, bikes and helicopters

Adam Child, 24 May 2011 14:29

Essex model Jodie Marsh has just finished her 2012 calendar photoshoot on 12 different bikes in aid of Essex Air Ambulance. All proceeds are going directly to Essex Air Ambulance and Jodie will also be attending the Essex Air Ambulance bike run which takes place on the 11th of September. Jodie is pictured with a wide variety of machines, race ...

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Oliver’s Mount Gold Cup 60th Anniversary

Adam Child, 15 September 2010 10:30

The Auto 66 club have just released the long list of world class riders and historic bikes which will take part in the anniversary parade on the Sunday at  12:30 and 2:50pm during this weekends Gold Cup meeting. Seven times Gold cup winner Guy Martin will lead the way on a specialist GSX-R Streetfighter Turbo, followed by Carl Fogarty, back on ...

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Video: FAO MotoGP riders - how to ride Motorland Aragon

Adam Child, 14 September 2010 13:37

This weekend MotoGP visits the all new Motorland Aragon circuit, in Spain, making it a level playing field as the majority of riders will be taking to the new track for the first time. A select number of Moto 2 riders have already ridden the new track in pre-season testing and Lorenzo took a road R1 around the track last ...

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