December

Roads: Rider of the Year - First

Roads: Rider of the Year - First

MCN’s Sports Desk rank the five riders who have impressed them most on the roads in 2016 Number 1 – Michael Dunlop While Ian Hutchinson pushed him all the way and eventually got the better of him at...

Roads: Rider of the Year - Second

Roads: Rider of the Year - Second

MCN’s Sports Desk rank the five riders who have impressed them most on the roads in 2016 Number 2 – Ian Hutchinson Enjoying his best season on the roads since he took the historic five-in-a-week back...

Video: Watch the Whanganui Cemetery Circuit races live

Video: Watch the Whanganui Cemetery Circuit races live

The highlight of New Zealand's racing season and one of the Southern Hemisphere's most prestigious road races, this year's race at the Whanganui Cemetery Circuit sees Isle of Man TT legend...

Roads: Rider of the Year - Third

Roads: Rider of the Year - Third

MCN’s Sports Desk rank the five riders who have impressed them most on the roads in 2016. Number 3 – Dean Harrison Dean Harrison stepped up to the plate in 2016 with a stunning week at the Isle of Man...

Roads: Rider of the Year: Fourth

Roads: Rider of the Year: Fourth

MCN’s Sports Desk rank the five riders who have impressed them most on the roads in 2016.  Number 4 – Peter Hickman 2016 was without a doubt a difficult year for Hickman, but he should still be...

Is Ian Hutchinson your MCN Man of the Year 2016?

Is Ian Hutchinson your MCN Man of the Year 2016?

Each year, we award the motorcycle racer you think has most impressed with their results from across the year with the MCN Man of the Year trophy. With voting for the 2016 Man of the Year now open, we...

Roads: Rider of the Year - Fifth

Roads: Rider of the Year - Fifth

MCN’s Sports Desk rank the five riders who have impressed them most on the roads in 2016.  Number 5 – Alastair Seeley While Seeley only competes in one of the international road races, his 2016...

Roads: Mar-Train quit racing

Roads: Mar-Train quit racing

Northern Ireland based team, Mar-Train Yamaha have announced their retirement from road racing. In a shock move Tim Martin’s squad, which ran Manxman Dan Kneen on the roads in 2016, have turned down...