Revolving Racer – Brandon Demmery
True Blue Brando The season was tough to say the least. I had to learn a lot of new tracks, help develop a new bike and work with a new team. I loved the experience, but to be honest I was not happy with the results I achieved. I had hoped to be a lot more competitive in what ca
Ken Kavanagh- Australia’s First TT Victory
In the 1950s, the Isle of Man TT was the event in world racing and motorcyclists dreamt of riding there. In 1956, Ken Kavanagh let a whole nation dream along with him “Few races in TT history have started so tamely and finished in so dramatic a fashion as did the 1956 Junior
Custom Cool KTM 690
Seen one too many café racers? Never fear, the trackers are here.
We dynotune our long termer MT-07LA
Being the bike newbie in the office, my first response to most information is to nod. So when they told me the MT-07 was getting taken for a dynotune to Dynobike – aka Dyno Dave’s – for a flash tune, I thought it was a great idea. But then the doubts began to surface.
Two crazies complete Australia’s longest transcontinental crossing. Or was it?
Cape to Cape
REVOLVING RACER- LEVI DAY
I broke my back in two places and suffered a grade 4 liver laceration 'I want to be a motorbike racer'. My answer to a question I was asked as a schoolboy growing up in South Australia. I was reminded of this when I was back home over summer and visited my high school to give
How Wayne Gardner became World Champion
GLORY DAZE 1986 Spanish GP
DAVID SILVER HONDA COLLECTION OPENING
The world’s largest collection of Honda motorcycles on display to the public apart from the Japanese company’s own Collection Hall at its Twin Ring Motegi race track in Japan, is now open for visitors. Located in the UK 100 miles/160km northeast of London at Leiston, Suffolk,
RACING LEGEND BARRY SHEENE
Temperatures were on the rise, and so was Barry Sheene on the two-stroke Suzuki
Careering across the Coorong
When the Auto Cycle Union refused to ratify speed records between our two largest cities, speed demons in the City of Churches rejoiced.
Not just winners are grinners- A first timer in the YAMAHA R3 CUP
“You’re a brave man.”
Where are they now? Brian Martin
Brian Martin was a Kiwi road racer, MXer, desert racer who made Oz his home What got you interested in bikes? In the mid-60s I thought a motorbike would be a good idea. In New Zealand you could get a licence when you were 15, so I saved $105 in my job delivering milk before sch