I've been an avid reader of MCN for many years now. But I vowed that if it ever went over £2.00, I would stop buying it. Yesterday my wife bought the last ever MCN that we will buy. Goodbye MCN
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I stopped buying it when it hit £1.35 IIRC
I only ever look at it online now.
I only buy it every now and again. If you subscribe the annual cost is £93.14 making each issue just over £1.79.
It's called inflation...
Will you stop eating when food gets too expensive?
I stopped buying it because it's crap. Too expensive, and the chimp doing the proof reading is effing useless. I ended up just shouting at the paper, and actually looking for more mistakes ... Made good bedding for the pups though... 'bout all it was good for.
VOLVO, built by Swedes, usually driven by other vegetables.....
no haven't read it for a while
now, I find a lot of the articles biased and the same old features every 3 months.
I prefer to source my own info
I have been a subscriber to MCN for about 2 years. I still find it helpful (ish). Also get the FREE Motor Cycle Monthly mailed. I wont hesitate to cancel when i lose interest. I also get the odd monthly from the shelf when shopping." />
Well bah humbug
U miserable bunch of tight wads
I love Wednesdays as I can get on sight early n read me Mcn
You lot don't no what ya missing
and I had you down as a Times reader.....
Telegraph me old chittylilo
seeing as you all missed some nice kit reviews...a KTM textile jacket forpre-unit..and Jawapawa....only 250 quid .Some R&G tail sliders foraehewitt.....around 75 quid...and some nice summer gloves that you use on a touch screen phone,when you are using it as a satnav...a bargain at 40 quid.
Kindle not a fire that you cannot extinguish.
Mr. B buys it.
He earns more than me, so I read his when he's finished with it. There's always something of interest, but I'm sure they'd sell more if it was cheaper.
Try to be a sparkly unicorn, not a miserable cow.
stopped buying it when it reached 75p
I don't get angry, I get even