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02 November 2016

The Kiwi that took on the world - GINGER MOLLOY

In 1963, Ginger Molloy went to Europe and launched a career that would see him finish second in the 1970 500cc World Championship

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01 November 2016

Racer of the week- Paul van der Heiden

Paul van der Heiden- My feelings standing on the Manx Grand Prix podium with the Australian Nation Anthem playing just cannot be described. I am so proud of the support I got back home leading up to this year’s Newcomers Race on the Isle of Man. Our local South Australian motor

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30 October 2016

Doug Voss on the road to Damascus

Riding through the Middle East in the 50s, Doug Voss had his fair share of life-changing moments

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30 October 2016

Kawasaki ER-6n – Smoked Garage

An off-road bike designed for the city? Bali’s Smoked Garage takes the scrambler trend outside the square. Way outside

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26 October 2016

1970 was one hell of a year for land speed records at Bonneville

Gary Gabelich’s Blue Flame rocket car became the first vehicle to top 1000km/h and Don Vesco’s twin-engined ‘Big Red’ streamliner the first motorcycle to better 400km/h. Then, in what seemed like a page from a fairy tale, Cal Rayborn squeezed into his two-wheeled Harley-D

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26 October 2016

Not forgotten - Art Baumann

The Team Kawasaki USA man rode the roller-coaster as a factory rider in the 1970s

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20 October 2016

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?- Denny Megalos

The 125 GP racer turned bank teller turned factory wrench worked with ASBK’s greats

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16 October 2016

Not forgotten - Bob Brown

Though denied a shot at lasting GP glory, the Aussie still made his mark

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09 October 2016

Grid Talk with Troy Guenther

Troy, you jumped off the Kawasaki ZX-6 last year, and went straight onto the Yamaha R6 this year. You won the opening round of ASBK at Phillip Island in February. Were you expecting to hit the ground running like that? Yamaha has proven to be a race winning package before, so I

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09 October 2016

Racer of the week - Lewis Dray

I was born on 8 June 1996 and had my first major operation 12 hours later. I was given a less than 50 per cent chance of survival and remained in hospital for three months. Perhaps this somewhat difficult start in life has helped me with my racing and outlook on life in general.

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29 September 2016

Motorcycling in Asia isn’t all sunshine and smiles. But it’s still brilliant

AMCN reader blog - Jeremy Torr's motorcycling travel tales

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29 September 2016

Where are they now? - BERT KINGSTON

Bert hit his prime after he quit the British League, winning in front of a home crowd against the Lions at the Royale.