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
With the Sydney Gassit office located on the fringes of the CBD I was in need of inner city transport and our new Aprilia Caponord 1200 Touring long termer fits the bill perfectly. Before you go reaching for the phone to report a mad man on the lose, hear me out. Sure the big
GET INTO RACING THE EASY WAY
For years I have wanted to feel the thrill of racing, however, the cost, effort and time required was always an easy excuse for me to mask the fear that was really holding me back.
Fiat Ducato Maxi Professional
Youngy finally gets his wish, and AMCN gets loaded
Harley-Davidson Iron 883
The Iron 883 gets sorted with new pipes and a run on the dyno
We finally got our beloved MT-07 back from Sydney under the pretence that it ‘needed’ some bling attached to it.
How to: Crash like a pro
There has been 12 months, thousands of kilometres of riding, and about 250 metres of sliding down the road since receiving my Alpinestars Atem race suit.
BMW Integrate GPS Into Helmet
BMW is working on an idea that could solve the problem of seeing and hearing traditional satellite navigation systems when riding, by integrating GPS into a helmet that delivers information directly into your head. No, there are no probes stuck into your brain. The idea is jus