Where are they now? Bob Carpenter
“Bob became known as Mr Safari – a walking, talking GPS, long before the advent of electronic tracking systems”
Revolving Racer - Billy Van Eerde
My first year of road racing came about with a phone call from Jon Hafey saying he had a plan.
Grid Talk - Riki Lanyon
The man behind Tom Toparis’s Moto3 wildcard effort tells us about their GP adventure
How stuff works - What’s in a clutch?
Most times we use it almost unconsciously, so here’s a closer look at what happens when we squeeze that lever
Yamaha MT-10 Striptease
Who has a Yamaha MT-10 and thinks it is awesome? Summer is here so it’s time to strip our MT-10 Long Termer back to a proper naked bike. We have plenty planned for the big girl in 2018. stay tuned. The warmer weather is here so now it is time to strip all the touring gear fr
GIZ A SQUIZ - 1981 Yamaha XS1100RH
Send us your ride via email, to firstname.lastname@example.org or, if you’re a carby and points kinda person, pop a pic and relevant info in the post addressed to Readers’ Rides, PO Box 2094, Oakleigh, Vic, 3166.
ISLAND CLASSIC 25 YEARS
Your memories - Alistair Wilton
Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems
Vehicle-to-vehicle communication is already emerging in the car world, and now it’s coming to a bike near you
LIVING WITH KTM 390 Duke
The little KTM 390 Duke has arrived at Gassit HQ, and will be editor Dobie's daily rider for the next couple of months.
In Pit Lane - Lightweight excuses
It’s Márquez’s fault really. Like most things in racing – good and bad. But among his victims, count his teammate in the forefront.
GRID TALK – BYRON DRAPER
Aussie suspension tech Byron Draper returns after a decade working with the world’s top teams
The legendary Suzuki GSX-R1000 K5
The fifth-generation GSX-R1000 was released for the 2005 model year.