Old School - Ageing motorcycle population
Of the more than 400,000 Victorians with a current motorcycle licence or permit, 69 per cent are over 40!
Where are they now? - John Titman
John Titman was a big part of the Golden Era of speedway
At last it’s all mine. When Chris said we were getting the BMW R1200RS as our next long-termer I have to admit a little bit of wee came out. I’d heard good things about the new RS and there is just something uniquely cool about the boxer donk and the torque rock that you ge
CFMoto 650NK becoming a commuter
A crucial step in turning our CFMoto into a super-commuter was adding some storage. We’ve enjoyed one of the best weather stretches in Melbourne history over the last month, but the rainy days can’t be far away, and the tired old backpack won’t cut it. Kenma came to our a
True blue - Yamaha WR250R
The time has come to give Yamaha back our trusty trail-breaker, but not before one last adventure
Where are they now? Rob Madden
Rob Madden was a top rider of the 70s who has gone on to promote the sport
2016 Triumph Trophy 1215
2016 Triumph Trophy 1215 Triumph’s Trophy model was first unveiled back in 1960, but it wasn’t until 1992 that it was graced with a 1200cc in-line four-cylinder engine. There was a break in production from 2003 until 2012, when the model was re-released with a 1215cc trip
Grid Talk - Daniel Falzon
The ASBK young gun put forward his claim on the title with a Round 1 clean sweep
Anyone for trellis?
There’s no technical reason why steel cannot be engineered to give similar results. At least that’s what KTM thinks.
Revolving Racer - Chas Hern
Chas Hern- As a kid I didn’t do the traditional family holidays, but in saying that I was never home either. I remember getting hot jam doughnuts at a little roadside trailer on Springvale Road heading to Phillip Island, milkshakes at Mum’s favourite milk bar in Euroa en rout
Sol Invictus Nemesis XY400 Makeover
Long term ride - BMW R1200RS
With a few days to spare Gordo hit the open road on our newest long-termer