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New MCN July 7: Spy shots of the next Triumph Tiger!

Published: 06 July 2010

Updated: 19 November 2014

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale June 30, we have spy shots of an all new model - the next Triumph Tiger. 

We also reveal more details on the new Ducati Mega Monster, bring you the class-leading tech behind the BMW K1600S and investigate whether traction control really makes the average rider faster. 

Plus we pit the standard Ducati Multistrada against the £3,300 more expensive S version to see if it's really worth the extra. 

What you'll find in the July 7 issue of Motorcycle News:


Ducati Mega Monster spied testing!
Check out the first pictures of the 150bhp 1200cc V-twin musclebike Ducati is aiming straight at the Yamaha V-Max and Harley V-Rod.




K1600 super-tourer tech secrets
MCN has seen the K1600S in the flesh and can reveal a host of pioneering tech wizardry that looks set to redefine the tourer class.



Stars come out for Festival of Speed
The annual celebration of motorsport attracts a flock of famous bike racers and saw an array of historic reunions.




Multistrada S - is it worth the extra?
With the standard Multistrada now on sale at £3,300 less than the S version, MCN asks which makes the better buy...



Rider aids: do they make you faster?
Time to end the speculation and pub banter - MCN track tests ABS and traction control against the clock.




Long term test bike updates
Downes takes the RT to the TT, Keen gets some track training, Marsden takes the Versys touring and Nicolaou sharpens up with the IAM.



'You cannot bring last year's bike and expect to compete'
Colin Edwards blasts Yamaha for giving him an '09 engine and chassis after finishing 11th at Catalunya.




Come back Valentino, MotoGP needs you!
Rossi can't come back to MotoGP soon enough. With the world champion nursing a broken leg, Lorenzo has decimated the field at the last three races.

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