New MCN June 27: All-new Triumph Trophy 1200 revealed

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In this week's MCN, out June 27, we have all the information and official pics on the all-new Triumph Trophy 1200.

The Trophy 1200 is the most advanced Triumph ever, with electronically adjustable suspension and a 132 bhp three-cylinder engine, but can it beat the BMW R1200RT?

We recreate the Great Escape on the new Triumph Bonneville Steve McQueen edition and ride the UK's fastest road legal bike.

Also this week we have insider information on a new water-cooled Ducati and we ride Tom Sykes' Kawasaki WSB bike.


New Triumph Trophy 1200 revealed
Triumph's new Trophy 1200 has electronically-adjustable suspension, a 132bhp three-cylinder engine, shaft drive and a host of gadgets. The question is: can it beat BMW's superb R1200RT?

 MCN January 11

MCN January 11


 Shouldn't we all be doing 200mph  by now?
MCN rides the UK's fastest road-legal bike to find out just what it takes to get an ordinary man and machine to MotoGP levels of speed.


Michael Czysz on TT Zero
The future of speed is electric; so says TT Zero victor - and avowed petrolhead Michael Rutter. MCN talks to his bike's designer on how the aero-efficient machine beat McGuinness's Mugen, and how it'll crack 110mph at next year'srace.

 MCN January 11

 MCN January 11


The Great Escape recreated
Triumph's new Bonneville Steve McQueen Edition pays homage to the epic movie. But not as much as we do...


How hard can it be? Iraq and back
OWith no satnav, no plan and miniscule budget, 23-year-old Andy Davidson and his Yamaha XT660R made it into and back out of Iraq using three very simple rules: 1. Screw the GPS. 2. Never say no to people. 3. If lost, turn right.




The greatest comeback
Saturday's Dutch TT markes the 20th anniversary of a crash that would spark the greatest comeback in racing history - a comeback that took Australian Mick Doohan from the brink of a career-ending leg amputation to five consecutive 500 world titles.


Honda's plan to save MotoGP
GP racing is in turmoil over which direction to take the technical rules to reduce costs but retain, and grow, factory participation. HRC's answer is a £1million repli-racer.




Crutchlow in crunch talks at Assen
Tech 3 Yamaha rider Cal Crutchlow seeks meeting with Yamaha in a bid to secure a factory ride.

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Liam Marsden

By Liam Marsden

Former MCN Web Producer