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Gassit Garage / Columns
16 May 2017

In Pit Lane - Revelation in the desert

Where once racing was about sport, it is now about money. Or was it always that way?

Sport / Motogp
16 May 2017

Home heroes and history makers arrive in Le Mans

Le Mans is a truly legendary venue for racing, in the Loire region of France and only a couple of hours from the City of Light, Paris. The Bugatti circuit, where the MotoGP paddock race, only adds more to that legend every year as the engines fire up and the annual tour d

Gassit Garage / Columns
15 May 2017

Revolving Racer - Cru Halliday

What a start to the year it has been! By now most of you would know I’m racing as a privateer in this year’s Australian Superbike Championship, and I’ve been occupied starting up our team, which was put together at the very last minute. My parents, Bob and Sandy, were fla

Sport / Off-road
15 May 2017

Another successful round for Jess Gardiner at Championnat de France d’enduro

Another display of brilliance from Gardiner at the second round of the Championnat de France d’enduro

Bike Tests
15 May 2017

BMW F800 GS Adventure

Stepping up to a big dual-sport can be daunting, but PMac takes on the challenge and finds BMW’s F800GS Adventure the perfect partner

Tested / Riding Gear + Equipment
15 May 2017

X-Lite 802RR Ultra Carbon helmet

When Grant Sammut from Ron Angel Wholesale called to say the new Italian-made X-Lite 802RR Ultra Carbon helmet was in stock, he claimed people had fainted after simply laying eyes on it, such is its beauty. When mine arrived just in time for the recent BMW launch in Tasmania, I

Sport
14 May 2017

Sofuoglu Reaches 40 Wins In WorldSSP

 A delayed start and then two subsequent red flag incidents – two involving one-time championship leader Roberto Rolfo (Team Factory Vamag MV Agusta) – caused the race to be postponed until after the second Superbike race of the weekend. In the final running, scheduled for

Sport
14 May 2017

Chaz Davies Takes Double For Ducati

SUNDAY IMOLA - WSBK RACE 2

Gassit Garage / Columns
13 May 2017

Not forgotten - Randy Cleek and Pat Evans

These gifted US riders were just 21 when tragedy struck

Tested / Other
13 May 2017

Mike Sinclair, King Kenny’s Spanner-man, by Kerry Swanson

“I was the original schoolboy dreamer who got to live it all.” That’s New Zealand’s Mike Sinclair reflecting on a technical career that spanned the last 25 years of the 500 GP era, from 1976 with private entrant Stu Avant to the works Yamaha team with Max Biaggi. Sincla

Gassit Garage
13 May 2017

HOW TO - Top 10 tyre questions

Our dummies’ guide to getting the best from your track tyres

Tested / Riding Gear + Equipment
13 May 2017

Arlen Ness Anarchy Hood Jacket

The Arlen Ness Anarchy Hood Jacket is the coolest looking bit of motorcycle clothing I have in my wardrobe. As well as having a stylish cut, it features a fleece liner with a hoodie that flaps in the breeze while you ride, and keeps your head warm when you’re not – genius! T