Mortons Media Group who produce some of the best modern motorcycling content around, are teaming up with Bike Social to offer you the chance to read the latest issues of these 3 great titles.
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Motorcycle Sport & Leisure
A magazine with the latest motorcycle news, test rides and fascinating interviews with the top figures from the world of two wheels from championship winning racers to engineers and executives from the top manufacturers. There are touring tales from every corner of the globe, and strong views from our expert columnists. It doesn’t matter what type of bike you’ve got, how you like to ride it or how experienced you are, MSL is the grown-up’s magazine written for sheer motorcycling pleasure.
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Your home of the best sports bike tests on the planet, full of technical insight, hardcore action and all done in our own inimitable Fast Bikes style. We love to test the latest and greatest bikes on the market, but we cater for every budget – and that means thrashing everything from £1000 hacks to £100,000 race bikes. We get to talk to the most important and interesting people in motorcycling, be it Marc Marquez to the bloke down the road that fixes bikes. Then we stack the magazine full of features on bikes, biking and bikers, with our fingers firmly on the pulse in terms of what’s in the pipeline from the manufacturers.
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MoreBikes combines the very best of Motor Cycle Monthly as well as its sister title On Two Wheels – the paper made specifically for those who want to get into motorcycling, return to it, or stay on smaller capacity machines. The publication complements our huge website www.morebikes.co.uk – already firmly established as a leading online destination with tens of thousands of subscribers, millions of views and a site which leads the way, often breaking the biggest stories in the sector.
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