WIN! WIN! WIN! It’s the MoreBikes CROSSWORD.


You could get your hands on one of Furygan’s Velocity bags for FREE. That’s right. For FREE.

Yes. It’s true. Complete the MoreBikes Crossword, ensure that your correct answers for each and every clue are placed firmly in the corresponding white boxes and send it to us. It’s that simple. Then you’ll be in with a shout of winning a bag from Furygan’s latest luggage collection.

You can either print the crossword out and fill it in – or you can save it to your computer/tablet/phone and drop the letters in the right place using some photo editing software. The completed crossword can either be posted to MoreBikes May Crossword, Mortons Media Group Ltd, Morton Way, Horncastle, LN9 6JR or emailed directly to editorial@morebikes.co.uk.

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All the correct entries will be placed in the upturned helmet from which one winner will be drawn. Good luck and get cracking with the crossword.

WIN! WIN! WIN! It's the MoreBikes CROSSWORD.

THE CLUES

Across

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1: Major Japanese manufacturer’s ‘Strong’-engined step-through. (5,5,7)

7: Big-engined sport tourer with three tuning forks on the tank. (6,3)

9: Naked model with many engines from the makers of 1 across. (2)

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10: Frenchman who was team-mate to James Toseland on the Fila Ducati, losing the WSB title despite winning more races in 2004. (6)

11: Beautiful Czech race circuit in the forests. (4)

12: A pencil, or a yellow and white ciggy brand who sponsored many winning 250cc GP Hondas. (2)

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13: See 32 Across

16: Triumph Sprint model up to 2010, when it was replaced with the Sprint GT. (2)

17: British budget gear-making brand who can kit you out head to toe. (6)

19: Italian makers of fine tyres and even finer calendars. (7)

21: Club riders in racing classes and practice sessions are often separated by this. (7)

24: Italian gear-makers with a cool logo who have supplied legends of racing for years. (7)

26: Recently-introduced Thai MotoGP circuit. (7)

28: Ricky, became the first ever American winner of the Dakar Rally this year. (6)

30: Youichi, multiple 125 GP winner at the turn of the century. (2)

32 & 13 Across: The most popular, and safe, style of crash helmet. (4,4)

33: Japanese superstar whose fatal crash at Suzuka stopped its usage for MotoGP. (4)

34: Popular ‘Park’ circuit in Cheshire that is a favourite for BSB fans. (6)

36: Can-__, bike & quad maker from across the Atlantic who also made a Dakar-winning ‘Side-by-Side’ 4-wheeler. (2)

37: Country whose climate attracted Barry Sheene to move there for the latter part of his life. (9)

38: The big red boss, CEO of Ducati. (7,10)

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1: Super-fast Suzuki inline four. (8)

2: Norton’s ‘-bed’ frame was as soft as this! (7)

3: American-made electric bike with an off-road look that sounds like a movie with no CGI. (4,3)

4: Not needed on a 5 Down that is fly-by-wire. (5)

5: Pedals on a car, twistgrips on a bike! (9)

6 & 25 Down: Three-time BSB champion from Japan. (7,8)

8: A classic racing Norton. (4)

14: Green-liveried KTM Moto3 team that John McPhee rode for before his move to Petronas. (3)

15: KTM colour chosen simply because no other manufacturer was using it. (6)

18: Classic Italian brand that got swallowed up by the Piaggio and is now mainly seen on scooters. (6)

20: __40, a blue can that is probably in every workshop worldwide! (2)

22: Home city of the Circuit de Catalunya. (9)

23: Yamaha two-stroke Motocross model that finishes the alphabet. (2)

25: See 6 Down

26: Mobile daily stopping point for competitors on the Dakar Rally. (7)

27: Governing body of the Arenacross winter stadium series. (3)

28: Spanish manufacturer with a ‘Thumbs-up’ logo. (7)

29: British bike makers that specialise in cool retro design, or a cool area of London. (7)

31: Matt, one of Charley Boorman’s team-mates in the Race To Dakar series. (4)

35: Senor Roma, one of few to win the Dakar Rally on both two wheels and four. (4)

THE PRIZE

Are your pockets not quite spacious enough to tuck away all your essentials when you’re on two wheels? Need a bit more space? How about Furygan’s Velocity bag? The 17-litre capacity bag features a large main compartment and three outside pockets. It’s designed to be worn across the body – but it comes with an additional cross-body strap to help prevent the bag from moving when you’re riding. What more could you ask for? Available in a choice of black or camo, it’ll set you back £34.99 if you don’t win and want to get your hands on one.

WIN! WIN! WIN! It's the MoreBikes CROSSWORD.

For more information on Furygan’s full range of gear, visit: www.nevis.uk.com

Here’s the legal bit that you need to know

There are no cash alternatives available. The winner(s) will be the first name(s) drawn at random from the upturned MB helmet. Terms and conditions apply. To view the privacy policy of MMG Ltd (publisher of MB) please visit www.mortons.co.uk/privacy

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