Bike April 2017£4.30
In this issue:
FREE 32-page 2017 Holiday Guide! Where to ride this summer
Clash of the icons! 2 legendary sportsbikes, back to their blistering best!
- NEW Suzuki GSX-R1000R – More technology, flexible and fast
- NEW Honda Fireblade SP – Tested by James Haydon. Lighter, leaner, best for the road
Essential know how:
- Top North Wales roads
- Buy a Desmosedici
- Overtaking law
- Honda RC30s
- Rossi – back to school with Valentino
- John & Guy – McGuinness on his TT team-mate
- Sam Sunderland – what does it take to win the Dakar?
Bikes: 12 New models tested including:
- BMW R1200GS Rallye
- Triumph Street Scrambler
- Touratech Rambler
- Ducati Desert Sled
- PLUS Multistrada 950 v Tracer 900 v Z1000SX
Stuff March 2017£4.99
Stuff’s March issue is out now – and you might need a hard hat on to read it.
No, we’ve not been testing pneumatic drills, we’ve spent the month examining the tech world’s biggest rivalries, the face-offs that get fanboys across the interweb frothing at the mouth: “No, Barbera, I can’t perform the Heimlich manoeuvre on you now, somebody on the internet thinks the iPhone is genuinely better than my Galaxy S7 and they must be educated.”
We’ve also lined up a load of tricks to get the best out of your Netflix subscription, picked out our favourite smart home gadgets and explained how you can get even more out of your PlayStation VR headset.
Down in the testing labs we’ve taken a look at everything from Canon’s EOS M5 to Apple’s AirPods, with some soundbars, smart speakers and sports headphones in between. You can find out whether the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 9 is worth well over a grand, or whether the Asus Zenbook’s Macbook impression is convincing enough to make you part with your cash.
It’s not just phones we’ve pitted against each other either. There’s PlayStation vs Xbox, Mac vs PC, and, for the purists, Nikon vs Canon. Want to have your say? Let us know where your allegiance lies via our Facebook or Twitter accounts.
And this month’s competitive streak doesn’t end there. We’ve also got a collection of the finest board games known to man, plus a countdown of the top 25 indie games ever made. Because it doesn’t need to be a blockbuster to blow your mind.
That’s not to mention the usual Hot Stuff, competitions and our famous Top Tens, which now come filled with more useful tips and tricks than ever before.
BBC Focus November 2016£4.50
In this Issue:
How technology is rewriting your brain.
Will we ever end cancer?
Fundamental particles: How we came to discover what matter is made from
Why dogs are better than cats – Sorry, Tiddles, science has spoken
Nano racers – The first ever competition for molecular cars
Are we becoming more violent?
- Why do joints crack?
- Who owns the moon?
- How do Inuits get their 5-a-day?
Wireless speakers: which are the best?
BBC Focus October 2016£4.50
In this issue:
The next giant leap for mankind- Radical ideas what could take us to a second Earth
Electric life forms that feed on pure energy
Total immersion headphones tested
The future of zoos
The world’s first Roborace
A new fifth force of nature
Can tonsils grow back?
How far can a dandelion seed travel?
How to skydive without a paracute
BBC Top Gear October 2016£4.45
In this issue:
All-new Panamera driven: Rory Reid on why diesel isn’t dead yet
Nissan Bladeglider – driving the world’s weirdest sports car
Koenigsegg Regera – cremating tyres in the 1,479 BHP chiron challenger
Blackbird – the rig that can become any car you want
Three world-exclusive tests – Driving the future – cars are changing fast…very FAST
Special future issue: the A-Z of cars, trends and technology that matter