New MCN February 17: MV Agusta F4 world first test

Published: 16 February 2010

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale February 17, we test the new, 186bhp MV Agusta F4.

We ride the world's most powerful flat-tracker, powered by a Yamaha R1 engine.

World exclusive! We reveal Suzi Perry is leaving the BBC as MotoGP reporter.

What you'll find in the February 17 issue of Motorcycle News:



World first test of New MV Agusta F4
The MV Agusta F4 superbike has always been lightning fast, but this completely new version is different - it's usebale and reasonably friendly. It's the best superbike MV Agusta has ever made.



R1-powered flat-tracker ridden
American custom builder Gregg DesJardins built this R1-powered flat-tracker as a tribute to Kenny Roberts and the TZ750. Is it as ferocious as it sounds?




Aprilia announce Biaggi race rep paint scheme
Aprilia is bringing out a limited run of road-going replicas based on the Alitalia Aprilia World Superbike which was unveiled last week.



The coolest bike shop in the world
MCN visits the Deus Ex Machina shop in Sydney, Australia filled with cafe racers, flat-trackers, bobbers, hillclimbers and streetfighters.




2010 BMW R1200RT takes on its rivals
It might not look it at first glance, but the latest BMW R1200RT is all new for 2010. Are the updates enough to see off the competition?



Why MotoGP has to cut costs
A radical revamp of MotoGP rules for the third time in less than a decade is essential to stop the premier class being decimated by the departure of cash-strapped teams.



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