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In this week's MCN: Hospital to podium: Cal’s amazing MotoGP comeback in four months

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  • MotoGP is go! Qatar GP: Crutchlow stuns as he grabs podium place first time back + Suzuki’s strongest-ever start + Ducati win challenged by rival teams
  • First test: BMW have turned their mighty S1000RR inside out and upside down to create an exceptional next gen superbike
  • Tributes flood in: Team Traction Control owner and former Prodigy frontman Keith Flint passes away
  • MCN250: Kawasaki’s new Versys 1000 SE has the spec, electronics and price to match the class-leading S1000XR. But does it?
  • Bucket list: Sample the future of two-wheeled transport and ride an electric bike
  • MCN workshop: Thread carefully! Damaged bolt holes don’t have to be a complete disaster
  • One-gallon challenge: MCN reader Jim Heynderickx loves crossing the solent for this adventure on the Isle of Wight
  • The Big Read: Keep calm and carry on biking: theft, potholes and emissions regs make it seem like motorcycling is under attack, but it’s not all doom and gloom
  • Best of British: How Frank Wrathall, one of the UK’s leading sidecar racers, became a multiple championship-winning engine tuner when he set-up FW Developments, tuning bikes for Leon Haslam, Michael Dunlop and Shakey Byrne
  • McGuinness: our regular columnist ponders setting up his own biker café and serving up a few pies when he retires from racing
  • Used bike guide: Time to ditch the clutch and tap into a world of seamless power with our expert guide to automatic bikes
  • One year on: MCN reader Mark Buckmaster starting riding mopeds at 16 and hasn’t stopped since. Here he tells us what his first 12 months has been like with his Royal Enfield Bullet Classic
  • MCN Riding Clinic: Senior road tester Neevesy helps MCN reader Carol Price find the right gear on trackdays
  • MCN fleet 2019: Our new long-term test fleet is here and we’re already piling on the miles
  • Workshop war stories: Top mechanic dish the dirt on DIY disasters. Expert Jason Murray got a few nasty shocks when an Exup appeared


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