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In this week's MCN: Breaking news - Norton signs Hickman for TT

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  • Norton TT exclusive: Hickman ‘I’m here to win!’.  Norton factory sign three-man dream team for 2019 Isle of Man TT
  • First Ride: Kat’s got the cream. It’s a bold homage to an 80s legend, but is the silky-engined new Suzuki Katana any good?
  • This Week: America’s next top model. Why Indian’s updated Chieftain could be the US’s most significant new bike this year
  • Long-term Tests: Taming the green giant. After 600 miles on the Versys, is it love or just respect?
  • MCN250: Can Honda’s new budget-conscious CBR650R out-perform Ducati’s premium SuperSport S around the MCN250?
  • Bucket List: Be a Supermoto superhero. Purpose-built Spanish track allows riders to let it all hang out
  • MCN workshop: Refresh oil and filters. This simple service will keep your motor running smoothly
  • One-gallon Challenge: For MCN reader Tony Hawker the glorious scenery makes this a ride to remember
  • The Big Read: Yamaha YZF-R6 20th anniversary. Yamaha unleased the R6 in 1999 and nothing’s been the same since
  • Best of British: ALT-Berg bootmakers. The Yorkshire footwear experts that have trodden their own path to high-quality success
  • McGuinness: Our regular columnist assesses Harley’s plans for a big, bold adventure bike
  • Used Bike Guide: Bag an R6 for £1.5k. Used bike specialist Saul Towers selects some of the best supersport bargains
  • One Year On: MCN reader Helen Smith rates her Z650 after a year of ownership
  • MCN Riding Clinic: How to beat tension. Riding rigid is taking the pleasure out of Ben McKee’s Fireblade blasts
  • Workshop War stories: Top mechanic dish the dirt on DIY disasters. Technician Paul Knight found someone had totally forked-up this £800 Hornet
  • MotoGP: Have Ducati gone too far with their mods? PLUS: Inaugural MotoE Electric bike series set-up destroyed by fire
  • WSB Round 2, Thailand: Five reasons why Bautista is dominating WSB
  • BSB Testing: Redding is on the money in pre-season shakedown sessions

 

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