New MCN August 22: 110 Years of Triumph

1 of 7

In this week's MCN, out August 22, we celebrate 110 years of Triumph with a celebration of the British firm's best bikes.

We look at the highs and lows of 11 decades, including choosing the 11 best Triumphs ever built. Find out about the Triumphs that ripped up records and racetracks alike, and the biggest moments of success and disaster over the years.

There's the world first test of a Triumph challenger with Moto Guzzi's new V7, the first ride of BMW's C8 electric scooter and lots more.

Also this week; The aftermath of the incident-packed Indianapolis MotoGP round, including the latest news on the future of Britain's Cal Crutchlow.

 

 

The 11 Greatest Triumphs

The pick of the British firms best motorcycles, chosen by former Triumph engineer, racer and legendary connoisseur Norman Hyde

 MCN January 11

MCN January 11

 

When fast Triumphs ruled the world

From the salt flats of Bonneville to the high-speed banking at Daytona to the hard roads of the TT, Triumph has enjoyed racing success the world over.

 

Guzzi fights back:

Can a new engine make the Moto Guzzi V7 the pick of the retro roadsters?
We pit it against the Triumph Bonneville and Kawasaki W800 to find out

 MCN January 11

 MCN January 11

 

Buy a thrilling bike which won't lose money

Economy bleak, future uncertain? Find out how to invest in a depreciation-busting bike which can be used daily or as weekend toys without costing your wallet

 

The fallout from Indianpolis

The second American round of the MotoGP season was packed with incidents - find out the effects of qualifying crashes for Hayden, Spies and Stoner.

MCN

 

 

Rossi and Crutchlow in 2013

Britain's Cal Crutchlow faces uncertainty as Ducati fail to seal a factory deal. Meanwhile find out why Rossi's Yamaha return is more brave than humble.

 

Can Rossi win on the Yamaha?
It is almost two years since Rossi's last grand prix victory - his 105th in all classes, and almost three years since his last title. Younger riders have taken control during his Ducati sojourn. Turning 34 next year, can Rossi win again?

MCN

Read the latest stories causing a buzz this week in News…

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff