What you'll find in the March 21 issue of Motorcycle News:
New Moto Guzzi California revealed These are the first officially-released pictures of Moto Guzzi's eagerly-awaited, all-new 1400cc California, unveiled at an American dealer conference in Miami.
Audi poised to buy Ducati German car manufacturer Audi has until mid-April to decide whether it will buy Ducati as part of an exclusive deal, according to high-level Audi insiders who are already checking Ducati's books.
New Suzuki GSX-R1000 slower than predecessor MCN's world first speed test of the 2012 GSX-R1000 showed that the new bike is significantly slower than the outgoing model. In fact, it appears to be limited to 176mph, while the old bike hits 183mph.
Ducati 848 Evo Corse first ride The new 848 Evo Corse brings true exotic bling to the sub-superbike class, but is it worth paying the extra cash?
McGuinness: 'Mugen power is perfect for the TT course' John McGuinness reckons the new carbon monocoque-framed Mugen Shinden electric race bike will be perfectly suited to racing the 37.73 mile mountain course after testing the bike at Motegi.
Revealed: Honda's secrets for endurance success In year two of the TT Legends World Endurance programme, Honda is aiming to finish in the top three of the series and score at least two podium finishes.
Crutchlow the contender... More experience, more self-belief and more confidence now MotoGP has switched to a 1000cc format are three key reasons why Britain's Cal Crutchlow has been backed to emerge as a surprise podium contender in 2012.
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