New MCN October 6: New 2011 Triumph Speed Triple revealed

Published: 05 October 2010

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale October 6, we reveal official pictures and information on the new 2011 Triumph Speed Triple.

Plus, we have a 13-page special on 2011's best new bikes, from the KTM Duke 125 to the 185bhp Kawasaki ZX-10R.

Also in this week's MCN Lorenzo slams 'crazy' Rossi overtaking.

What you'll find in the October 6 issue of Motorcycle News:

 

New Triumph Speed Triple revealed
The 2011 Speed Triple is set to be the most exciting yet, with more power, less weight and a more nimble feel, mimicking the 675cc Street Triple.

 

 

 

New BMW K1600GTL and K1600GT
BMW's leviathan six-cylinder tourer is set to be the world's most advanced, most luxurious, and most powerful tourer complete with some of the most advanced technology seen on two wheels.

 

 

New Kawasaki ZX-10R takes fight to BMW
These world-first pictures show the most powerful and advanced Kawasaki ZX-10R yet. The 2011 bike is lighter, more powerful and features one of the most advanced traction control systems in the superbike class.

 

 

 

Suzuki GSR750 official pics
These are the first official pictures of Suzuki's new naked, the GSR750. The images were leaked onto the internet by Suzuki Italy in advance of the official unveiling this week.

 

 

A cock-up by camera bosses means £800,000 bike-catching speed cameras on the Cat and Fiddle are still turned off six months later.
The 1198 SP will head the 2011 Ducati range with its slipper clutch and quickshifter.

 

 

 

New Honda CBF1000 vs Suzuki GSX1250FA
Honda's facelifted CBF1000 aims to deliver the style to match its unquestioned versatility. But is it enough to beat Suzuki's class-leading GSX1250FA?.

 

Second choice, but top value
Why biking's second-best can make bargain used buys.

 

 

 

Great year for WSB Brits
It's been an amazing year for British riders in the World Superbike championship. We look back on the highs and lows of their seasons.

 

Jammed throttle ends Pedrosa's faint title hopes
With no chance of being fit for Sepang after his throttle jammed open during practice at Motegi, Honda accept the blame.