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Motorcycle Consumer News

Motorcycle Consumer News
Magazine logo with word
Editor-in-chief Dave Searle
Frequency Monthly
Publisher I-5 Publishing
First issue ca. 1993
Country USA
Based in Irvine, California
Language English
Website Official site
ISSN 1073-9408

Motorcycle Consumer News (MCN) is a monthly periodical offering reviews of motorcycles and other information such as motorcycle safety techniques. It stands out in its industry by being wholly subscriber-supported and does not accept advertising.[1][2]

While not financially beholden to motorcycle industry advertisers, Motorcycle Consumer News is similar to other motorcycling publications in that it is dependent on motorcycle manufacturers to furnish the motorcycles they test, rather than anonymously purchasing the test vehicles, as is done by Consumer Reports.[3]

Contributors include safety specialist and Motorcycle Hall of Fame member David L. Hough, Ken Condon, Lee Parks, designer Glynn Kerr, and physician Flash Gordon M.D. with a motorcycle-related medicine column. Mike Kneebone, president of the Iron Butt Association, has also written for the magazine.[4][5]

See also

References

  1. ^ Editor's introduction, MCN, retrieved 2010-02-23 
  2. ^ Maher, Kevin; Greisler, Ben (1998), Chilton's Motorcycle Handbook,  
  3. ^ "How Consumer Reports tests cars",  
  4. ^ Topousis, Tom (1993-09-05). "BIKERS REV UP, IN A SUBTLE WAY".  
  5. ^ "RIDE OF HIS LIFE".  

External links

  • Official website
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