Motor Cycle News relaunches with improved content

LONDON - Bauer Media is set to revamp its 53-year old flagship motorbike magazine, Motor Cycle News, relaunching on 11 March with a new look and content.

Motor Cycle News: will have a new look and content from 11 March issue
Motor Cycle News: will have a new look and content from 11 March issue

Revamped content will include sections devoted to products and used bikes. The weekly magazine will also include promotions every week, such as free ear-plugs, as well as in-depth product reviews based on a survey of more than 10,000 UK motorcyclists.

The title will remain news focused and keep its cover price of £1.90.

Motor Cycle News recorded an ABC of 120,002 for the period January to December 2008 and claims an online audience of half a million unique users per month.

Sister titles published by Bauer Media include Bike RiDE and Classic Bike.

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