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And what’s stranger than an adventure scooter? How about a Harley-Davidson adventure bike?
WIN A WEEKEND OF PURE INDULGENCE
Shannons and Prancing Horse are offering motoring enthusiasts the chance to win a weekend of pure indulgence in Sydney for two, from 22-25 October 2016.
YAMAHA'S XT-07 TENERE SPRUNG
YAMAHA HAS BEEN on a roll recently with success after success, but it’s a firm which has so far struggled to make hay in the adventure bike sunshine.
INDIAN SPRINGFIELD: ONE BIKE, THREE CHOICES
Indian Motorcycle has managed to shoehorn another model into its range, and at the recent launch of the new Springfield I discovered it’s a machine that has multiple personalities.
Vespa Sprint 150 I.E
When the team from PS importers headed to Lake Gairdner in South Australia for Speed Week it wanted pit transport that reflected some of the awesome machinery trying to break landspeed record on the salt, so the team took to a 2015 Vespa Sprint 150 I.E. “The distances betwee
DAVIES DOUBLES AGAIN WITH REA AND SYKES BEHIND
Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati) took a perfect 50 points away from the Imola race weekend after winning his second race in two days.
DAVIES WINS RACE ONE AT IMOLA
Superpole winner Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati) ran at unbeatable pace out front to win the first race of the weekend,
ELLIOT SET FOR INTERNATIONAL DEBUT
Brayden Elliott is pleased to confirm that he will make his International racing debut after locking in a last minute deal to ride with ADR Motorsports at the third round of the MotoAmerica Superbike
MOTO GUZZI V9 ROAMER AND BOBBER
John Sample Group has announced pricing for its soon-to-arrive Moto Guzzi V9 models.
MILLER STILL ON THE MEND
Jack Miller faces a patient climb back to full fitness and confidence for the demands of MotoGP over the next two months.
VINALES BEING TEMPTED TO MOVE TO YAMAHA
Maverick Vinales is being irresistibly tempted to reject Suzuki's upgraded multi-million dollar offer for 2017 and make a dramatic switch to Yamaha and their dominant YZR-M1.