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13 April 2018

He did what? - Riding Hazardous waste

The first lap of Australia powered by used cooking oil

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12 April 2018

Not forgotten - Bob Levy

The sidecar supremo on any surface

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10 April 2018

Grid talk - Jake Skate

Jake Skate’s JDS Moto is about to take on the CIV Italian Championship with young Aussies Joel Kelso and Jack Mahaffy

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09 April 2018

Jorge's dad - Chicho Lorenzo

Jorge Lorenzo’s dad made him the racer he is today. Now Chicho is helping others via his hi-tech riding and psychological training techniques, with a little help from secret service agency Mossad

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09 April 2018

Kiwi Legend - Rodger Freeth

If you think French MotoGP star Johann Zarco is a methodical thinking man’s racer, settle in for the story of Kiwi road racing legend Rodger Freeth

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08 April 2018

How stuff works - Ring-a-ding ding!

Let’s take a quick delve into the wonderful world of the two-stroke donk and dis

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06 April 2018

30th anniversary of the World Superbike Championship - History can repeat

In a few months they created the prototype of the world’s most sophisticated V-twin

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06 April 2018

AMCN Revolving Racer - Chandler Cooper

I had no idea how to race a roadbike, let alone a full-spec Moto3 machine

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02 April 2018

1955 T100/R factory flat-tracker

In 1955, Triumph built a small batch of racebikes in a bid to end the American-built domination of AMA flat-track. Sixty years later, the factory T100/R lives again

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01 April 2018

Miklos ‘Mike’ Salamon

Miklos Salamon began life as a refugee. He ended it as a well-off creator and collector of all things two wheels. This is his story

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30 March 2018

KTM Duke 390

The LAMS-approved KTM 390 Duke impressed Youngy when he attended the world launch, and it looks like a lot of bike for your buck, but what’s it like to live with?

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30 March 2018

In Pit Lane - More questions than answers

The World Championships turn 70 this year; the series is pretty spry for a septuagenarian. MotoGP’s exuberance is a measure of its success: the growing pains of the last decade and the ghastly proddie-based CRT bikes now all but forgotten. It is once again paradoxically youthfu