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New MCN July 28: Norton Cafe Racer first test

Published: 27 July 2010

Updated: 19 November 2014

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale July 28, the new Norton Cafe Racer takes on a new breed of cafe racers in a trip to the coast.

In this week's issue we have a free 32-page glossy guide to the Silverstone WSB round this weekend.

Also in this issue we reveal more details of Aprilia's new adventure bike, the RXV1200 Tuareg.

Rossi banned from testing 2011 Yamaha.

What you'll find in the July 28 issue of Motorcycle News:


Aprilia join adventure bike boom
More details of Aprilia's new  RXV1200 Tuareg emerge as the burgeoning adventure bike class shows no sign of slowing down.




Moto Guzzi has bowed to public pressure and WILL be bringing the V7 Clubman Racer to showrooms.

TT star Guy Martin is set to appear in his own primetime BBC1 television series to be screened next year.



Suzuki SV650 is back
The popular half-faired SV650S returns to showrooms after a three year sabbatical for less than £5000.




Return of the Cafe Racer
MCN's closet rockers - combined ages 181 - celebrate the cafe racer revival on a ton-up trip to the coast on four great British icons updated for the 21st century but retaining the '60s spirit.



Visor wrecks Spies' podium chance
Ben Spies' hopes of a home podium were wrecked because the visor on his HJC helmet kept coming open - forcing him to take a hand off the bars to sort it.




Lorenzo over the moon at Laguna Seca
Why his win is one big step towards the title. And an even bigger one towards upping his value on 2011 Yamaha contract. 

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