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MCN

20th March 2019

Launched in 1955, MCN has been bringing its readers exclusive news stories about bikes for 60 years. Every week, MCN’s team of expert test riders & journalists will: • Review new and used motorcycles • Help bikers make the very best buying decisions • Provide the latest MotoGP and Superbikes news MCN is also famous for its unrivalled motorcycle sport news and insight. From the white-knuckle world of MotoGP to the elbow-clashing action of World Superbikes and British Superbikes, MCN gives the inside story. There are also thousands of motorcycles for sale in MCN. So if you’re thinking about buying a new machine there’s almost definitely a fantastic bargain waiting to be snapped up!

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Ltd
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51 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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‘norton look like they’re here to stay’

Norton may not have done everything right since they were brought back to life in 2008, but they have done a lot of things right.There have been some eager to see them fail and happy to put the knife in at every opportunity, but that has not dampened the spirit of Stuart Garner and his growing workforce.Now producing a range of bikes and with a strong presence at this year’s TT with a genuine chance of a podium (see page 6), it looks like the revitalised British company might be here to stay.When an admin error sparked a warning from Companies House, the haters could not wait to pile in and trumpet imminent failure.Only that was not the case and within hours the record had been put straight. Most…

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great escape tr6 stars again

Once of the most famous motorcycle film scenes ever committed to celluloid will be relived this March 24 on the 75th anniversary of the events that inspired the 1963 war epic The Great Escape.A special gala evening, hosted by historian Dan Snow, will commemorate the men who were the real-life inspiration for the film, as well as showing the movie in full. It’s all in support of the RAF Benevolent Fund. “We will remember the extraordinary bravery of the men who participated in the most daring escape of the Second World War and bring back to the big screen one of the greatest films of all time,” says Snow. “It’s going to be a truly momentous occasion.” The live show, scheduled to last for four-and-a-half hours, will take…

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bmx star passes test

Team GB freestyle BMX ace, Declan Brooks has come to the realisation that two wheels are better when there’s an engine between them and you don’t have to pedal. The Olympic hopeful nailed his full licence last week with Shires Motorcycle Training, allowing him to ditch the L-plates he’s been stuck with since doing his CBT last year. Brooks has now got himself a Suzuki SV650. Such a shame Suzuki don’t still make the Bandit.…

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wunder-bars

German BMW aftermarket stars Wunderlich have released a new set of stainless crash bars for the new R1250GS and GSA. And the best bit? They do them in HP blue (as well as white, black and stainless) so you can get the full HP look. They attach in the same places as BMW’s bars and retail at £259.…

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kwakking deals

Kawasaki have struck up a couple of deals to tempt you if you’re in the market for a new 125. Whether it’s the naked Zed, or faired Ninja, the deals apply, offering either 0% finance over three years, or a £300 voucher to redeem against Kawasaki Insurance. Either option takes a significant chunk of cost out of ownership. The deals are live now, and run until the end of May.…

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stripped-back gold wing

Just a year after unveiling an all-new, radically-revamped Gold Wing and buoyed by public demand, Honda are now to bring in a second variant... for over £5000 less!With only the high-specification Gold Wing Tour and Tour DTC versions available until now, both equipped with large top-boxes and heftier price tags to boot, you’ll now also be able to get a more svelte, minimalist and arguably cooler-looking Wing, which replaces the old F6B, and saves a bundle of dosh into the bargain; what’s not to love? Lack of top box and lower screen... ...help give a much lighter look Essentially, the new standard Gold Wing is, like the old F6B, the familiar full-dresser but without rear top box/back-rest (plus built-in speakers) for a more slimmed-down, blacked-out, ‘bagger’ look. There’s…

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