She did what? - Bushido warriors
With limited riding abilities, the true grit of these Japanese riders became legendary
Ducati’s Superbike history
Ducati defied the critics when it reinvented the V-twin in 1986. Its clean-sheet design launched a Superbike legend lasting more than three decades
Grid Talk - Stephen Gall
We talk to the Aussie racing legend Stephen Gall on the long days, the good days and his heyday
LAST PUSH FOR JACKETS
The last pile of jackets donated to the 2018 AMCN WInter Jacket Drive will be handed over to the Mission Australia team next week, so it's not too late to donate a jacket.
Eric Hinton’s Bathurst bitsa
What do you do when your brother’s bike doesn’t arrive for the Bathurst races? You build him a race winner from cobbled-together bits
Talent vs poverty gap
Questions asked at parties: number nine: “Do motorcycle grand prix racers get paid millions like F1 drivers?” My reply’s been the same for years. Racing is like rock music. Those who make it big make it very big. Rich beyond avarice. Think Rolling Stones. Or the rolling St
1941 H-D Knucklehead through Cuba
Riding through Cuba on an old clapped-out Harley-Davidson Knucklehead. What could possibly go wrong?
Aussie snowbiker Shannon Mason
How does a motocross rider from tropical Queensland end up taking on the Canadian snow gods at their own game? With a swag of Aussie spirit
LETTER OF THE ISSUE ***WIN A PAIR OF DRAGGIN JEANS***
Brad Watson was our winner from issue 68-02 with his letter about what it means to have a real adventure.
Revolving Racer - Toby Price
To Finke and back
A ride royal crisis
Now the hoo-haa surrounding Harry’s wedding to Meghan is dying down, let’s talk about his brother’s looming crisis. Prince William is in stand-off mode with wife Kate over his love of two wheels. The potential heir to the throne has pursued this passion since he was a teena
The key to adventure
You don’t need a big bike and superior skills to have amazing adventures, you just need to be willing