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Sport / Motogp
16 July 2016

Jack Miller realistic about his chances this weekend

Jack Miller is preparing for the German Grand Prix with the confidence of becoming a MotoGP race winner with his victory in the Dutch TT two weeks ago. Miller become only the 12th Australian to win in the premier class and first rider to notch victories in both Moto3 and MotoGP.

News / Local
15 July 2016

HONDA GROM RIDE AWAY LAUNCH OFFER

Great news for Grom fans and those who are yet to purchase their 2016 Honda Grom! Due to the unprecedented response and success of the 2016 Grom landing in Australia, Honda is happy to announce the extension of the introductory ride away launch price of $3,999 until August 31

Gassit Garage / Columns
15 July 2016

How Wayne Gardner became World Champion

GLORY DAZE 1986 Spanish GP

Bike Tests
15 July 2016

2016 NORTON DOMINATOR 961

Sixties ’tude and tradition meets 21st-century performance and precision in the rebooted Norton’s first true production model

News / Manufacture News
15 July 2016

Supercharged BMW harks back to the 1930s

BMW has unveiled a supercharged 500cc concept bike that celebrates the pre-war racing and record-breaking history with a modern twist. Called the R5 Hommage, the bike was unveiled at the Villa d’Este concourse event by Lake Como in Italy and blurs the line between being a custo

Sport
15 July 2016

Brayden Elliott in the points in maiden Laguna Seca appearance

Brayden Elliott has secured back to back points scoring rounds in the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship following his latest outing with ADR Motorsports at the World famous Laguna Seca circuit, Elliott’s first time on the track. Coming away with points from a further t

News / Manufacture News
14 July 2016

The all new Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber has arrived

The wait is over! Moto Guzzi Australia are pleased to announce that the first shipment of the all new Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber has arrived in Australia and can now be experienced at Moto Guzzi dealerships across the country. The V9 Bobber is one of the new mid-size cruiser

Gassit Garage / Columns
14 July 2016

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,

News / Manufacture News
14 July 2016

Grom 50 Scrambler for production?

A new patent suggests that Honda is serious about putting the Grom 50 Scrambler into production in the near future. At last year’s Tokyo Motor Show, Honda showed a pair of downsized, 50cc Grom Scrambler concepts – the imaginatively-named ‘Concept-One’ and ‘Concept-Tw

News
14 July 2016

Honda CBR250RR teaser released

The long-awaited parallel twin Honda CBR250RR is on the verge of an official unveiling and Honda has released a pair of teaser videos to prove it. The first  gives a glimpse of the bike, confirming its “250RR” name and showing that it looks near-identical to the Light We

News
12 July 2016

New Kawasaki Ninja 1000 next year

This could be the closest glimpse we’ve yet had at the next-generation Kawasaki Ninja 1000. No, it’s not a real photo but it’s a computer-generated picture derived from patents that appear to relate to the new Ninja. According to the Japanese journalists at Auto-By magaz

Bike Tests
12 July 2016

Triumph Speed Triple

Without a superbike in its range, Triumph relies on the Speed Triple to uphold brand honour in the big-bore performance market. So is it a thinking rider’s sportsbike, or a task too far?