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New MCN April 13: Rossi on 2012 Ducati

Published: 12 April 2011

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale April 13, we have all the news from Ducati's test of their 2012 MotoGP bike, as well as why Rossi's struggles could spark disaster for Ducati's new superbike.

We test the new Honda CBR600F against the CBR600RR and CBF600S. We also ride the new Ducati Monster 1100 Evo.

Also in this week's MCN, 466 speed cameras switched off.

What you'll find in the April 13 issue of Motorcycle News:

 




Rossi on 2012 Ducati
Ducati's bid to keep Valentino Rossi started in earnest last weekend when they wheeled out their 2012 1000cc Desmosedici for him to test.

 

 

 
Ducati Monster 1100 Evo first ride
With the new 1100 Evo, Ducati is taking a significantly new approach to its long-loved Monster - prioritising high-tech rider aids and safety along with user-friendliness.

 




CBR600F vs CBR600RR vs CBF600S
To fulfil its brief, the CBR600F should be comfortable, inspire confidence and be sporty. We test it against the CBR600RR and CBF600S to see how it copes.

 

 

 

MCN Sport preview
To read all the latest news and gossip from the racing world, pick up a copy of the new issue of MCN Sport, out now.

 

 

Yamaha R1s for less than £2500
Classic Yamaha R1s can now be yours for rock bottom prices. There's currently 195 for sale on www.mcnbikesforsale.com

 

 

 

Ridden and rated
Your ultimate guide to 2011's top new bikes.

 

 

TT stars head for Bol d'Or
This weekend the all-new Honda TT Legends endurance team makes its World Endurance debut at the Bol d'Or.

 

 

 

Why Rossi needs a heavier crankshaft
After testing, racing and analysinf the Ducati GP11, Valentino Rossi and Jerry Burgess have now realised it is impossible to fix the bike by mere set-up adjustment.

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