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Massive range of clubs and bikes now confirmed for the Peterborough event
On May 14 the biggest outdoor motorcycling event in the UK kicks off in Peterborough. Not only does the MCN Festival boast a huge range of 2016 test bikes from the likes of BMW, Indian, KTM, Suzuki, Triumph and Yamaha, there’s also some incredible live action including a full round of the DTRA Flat track championships, a classic parade, sprint demo, stunt riding and loads more!
We’ve also ramped up the number club stands. From single make clubs such as the Ducati, Triumph, Kawasaki and Honda to the small and local East Northants Classic Motorcycle Club the area will be packed with great bikes.
TICKETS ARE CHEAPER THAN 2015
Advance day tickets are just £15 That’s £4 cheaper than the standard advance ticket price in 2015. Come with a few mates and book a group of six or more and the ticket price drops to just £12.50 per person.
Want to make a weekend of it? Camping is available on both Friday and Saturday night and packages start at just £30 per person if you book as a group of four or more. A standard camping ticket is £35 per person.
Honda look almost certain to swell the growing ranks of three-wheeled motorcycles emanating from major manufacturers, as they try to increase the breadth of appeal – and accessibility – of bike-based vehicles.
Ignore the outlandish bodywork on this Honda Neowing concept, underneath is serious engineering and this leaning three-wheeler has joined an ever-increasing number of Honda concepts for three wheelers spread across the range.
Aimed at blending the cornering feel and sporty ride of a large-sized motorcycle with the low-speed sta- bility of a four-wheeler, the concept claims to boast a hybrid system that combines a horizontally opposed fourcylinder engine with electric motors to generate plentiful torque for powerful acceleration.
MCN recently revealed Honda’s plans for a similarly highly advanced new Gold Wing – also with hybrid engine technology – which is not far from production, and while the Neowing concept has given us a glimpse of some of the Gold Wing’s technology it also appears to show a serious intention to make a leaning, three-wheeled derivative of the next-gen Wing.
Putting aside the wild bodywork – at least the front and rear sections – there’s a machine underneath that’s far more