Leopoldo Tartarini - Godfather of style
Few men in motorcycling led as full a life as the genial, pipe-smoking Italjet founder, Leopoldo Tartarini
He did what?- One tough ten-pound Pom
British pluck and perseverance carries the can for Castrol
End of the Road
Public road racing ruled in Oz until the fun police moved in
Racer of the week - Callum Alderson
"My highlights from the year are almost endless"
Old school - How real is real?
To many, it was perfection straight off the showroom floor. Not to amateur desert racer Steve McQueen and his mate Bud Ekins. They saw it as the starting point
Grid Talk - Glen McMahon
Race mechanics are often the unsung heroes of a Factory team – but according to Glen McMahon it’s all in a day’s work.
Where are they now? Barry ‘Briggo’ Briggs is a speedway legend who is still racing at 81-years-young
Reader story- 2016 TTMC, PI Track Day Report
The VW Touareg Club meets at Phillip Island – some motor bikes were bought along... just in case
In Pit Lane - Proud, happy, and ready to kick
I am proud and happy to be able to write this column about this great sport of ours. A sport where all concerned shall henceforth live by the creed of Professor Pangloss. “Everything is for the best, in the best of all possible worlds.” Prof Pangloss (I am proud and hap
He did what? Nick Lidstone - From Betws-y-Coed to Berrima
Lidstone’s fantasy of circling the globe stalled in the land down under.
New tech - Stopping everyone
Old technology for emerging markets could be the most significant safety advancement yet
Old School - Bikie blow-up 1972
A few Monday nights ago I was propping up the bar with some hunters at the Cheltenham pub in New Zealand. Once an important coach stop in the Manawatu, it is now a classic country watering hole, perfect for a lone motorcyclist looking for a night’s accommodation. The deer st