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13 July 2018

Daniel ‘Chucky’ Sanders

Back home from Europe, and pinning it for success

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12 July 2018

Revolving Racer - Tommy Edwards

In the past few months Tommy Edwards has been in Europe testing and competing in the WorldSBK 300 championship. Here’s an insight into his new racing life.

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12 July 2018

The importance of being Rossi

I’ve been avoiding this topic, because it is kind of scary. I know how fanatical Rossi’s fans can be, and they could interpret this as insulting if they wish. Then I’d be in trouble.

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11 July 2018

Jack Forrest

Jack Forrest was the bloke with the most famous ‘elbow’ in Australia

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10 July 2018

Toyota HiLux SR5+ 4x4

After just a few weeks with this rig, I’m wondering how the hell I got by without it

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10 July 2018

Ed’s desk

I don’t believe it’s long-term riders who are deserting this great lifestyle

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09 July 2018

Benelli TRK502

The odo keeps giving on AMCN’s long-term Benelli and now it’s time we give something back

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09 July 2018

***** WIN A PAIR OF DRAGGIN JEANS *****

Rex Tout was our winner from issue 68-01 with his letter about owhat it means to have a real adventure. To be in the running to win a pair of Draggin jeans, simply send your thoughts on anything motorcycle related to access@amcn.com.au to get the conversation started. Letter o

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07 July 2018

Fast Talk with Kenan Sofuoğlu

He’s the best the World Supersport Championship has ever seen and he’s called it quits. But it turns out Kenan Sofuoğlu wants to keep racing

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05 July 2018

Grid Talk - Carl Cox

The unlikely sponsor of TT star Michael Dunlop talks about what drives a DJ-techno legend to sink money into motorcycling

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05 July 2018

Where are they now? - Lindsay Walker

Lindsay Walker – peerless presentation proved a winner

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01 July 2018

Hailwood’s win through Australian eyes

A couple of young Aussies were an integral part of one of sport’s greatest comebacks. This is the Australian story of Mike Hailwood’s 1978 TT victory