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New MCN September 7: All-new Triumph Adventurer 1200 spied

Published: 06 September 2011

Updated: 24 November 2014

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale September 7, we have world exclusive spy shots of the all-new Triumph Adventurer 1200, along with details of Ducati's high spec Diavel AMG SE.

Plus, MCN tests MV's new F4RR Corsacorta against the Kawasaki ZX-10R and BMW S1000RR, to see if it's claimed 201bhp propels it to the top of the litre superbike class.

Also in this week's issue, we examine three stunning retro bikes from Kent-based Spirit of the Seventies, as a precursor to MCN Retro, a 32-page magazine free with next week's MCN.

Finally we have all the inside sport information, with an exclusive that could change the shape of next years MotoGP season. 

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What you'll find in the September 7 issue of Motorcycle News:

Triumph's new R1200GS rival nears completion
The all-new Triumph Adventurer 1200 has been spotted in production-ready trim undergoing final testing ahead of its November launch.



 High-spec Diavel AMG SE revealed
The first Ducati to be born from the link-up between the Italian bike firm and Mercedes' performance division has been revealed.


Old iron gets a retro cool look
We take a look at three stunning bikes from Kent-based Spirit of the Seventies, a new custom house run by Tim Rogers and Kev Taggart.

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Flat out: New MV F4RR v ZX-10R v S1000RR
MV claim the new F4RR puts out 201bhp, making it the most powerful superbike ever. But is it? We find out...



MCN has a Monster choice of Dukes
Ducati's Monster has been a phenomenal success for the Italian firm. We have more Monsters than anyone else at




Edwards reveals his plans for 2012
Colin Edwards is confident he won't go from top six contender to whipping boy in 2012 after he signed to ride an ambitious new 1000cc MotoGP bike.



Brits to create a dream team
Scott Redding and Bradley Smith could form a British dream team in Moto2 next year after both rejected the chance to move to MotoGP in 2012.

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