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20 May 2019

BMW R 1250 GS engine’s ShiftCam technology explained

The drive of BMW Motorrad’s team of engineers led by Norbert Klauer, its Head of Drive Train Development, to produce increased power and torque across the entire rev range of both the horizontally opposed R 1250 GS as well as the inline-four cylinder S 1000 RR. It also enhances

News / Manufacture News
20 May 2019

Kawasaki on the radar

Big K is joining the list  of manufacturers aiming to including radar-assisted safety devices. We’ve uncovered evidence that Kawasaki plans to fit front and rear radar, with the focus mainly on how to mount and hide the components rather than the underlying tech. As an exis

News / Local
20 May 2019

MAXIMA BMW'S MORGAN PARK TEST - 2019 MASTERS OF MORGAN PARK

It’s fair to say that the Maxima BMW team hasn’t quite exactly had the start to its 2019 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) season that they would have hoped for. The Victorian based team had decided to use the Pirelli Masters of Morgan Park race meeting, hosted by The

Sport / Off-road
20 May 2019

Australia’s Jason Doyle and Fricke 13th & 16th After #WarsawSGP

If you haven’t already, head to Fox Sports now to catch up on what was unparalleled Speedway racing at the Boll Warsaw FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland over the weekend. Featuring in the 15-rider line-up was our own 2017 FIM Speedway Grand Prix (SGP) Champion, Jason Doyle and

Events
20 May 2019

Superbike Masters to wind back the clock at Morgan Park

The racing heroes of years past will take to the track once again at Round 4 of the 2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK), as the Superbike Masters feature on the ASBK undercard for the first time in 2019 after great success in 2018. Showcasing the rich his

Tested / Riding Gear + Equipment
20 May 2019

Michelin Anakee Adventure tyres

New tyres are like clean sheets; so nice… this is how our new Michelin Anakee Adventure hoops are holding up

Sport / Motogp
19 May 2019

A crash for Remy at Le Mans

Returning to racing action following his opening lap crash in the Spanish GP Remy Gardner once again showed his pace and championship potential with a gutsy ride that saw him in the leading group before he slid out of contention at Turn 3 at half distance. The legendary 2.6-mile

Sport / Motogp
19 May 2019

Marquez wins French GP

The trends were confirmed at Le Mans. One of those is that the weather generally plays a big part here – this time rain muddled qualifying, and a cold track complicated race day. Another is that Marc Marquez is currently in a class of his own. What they added up to was a mas

Tested / Riding Gear + Equipment
19 May 2019

Givi matte-black Sports screen

Givi is known for designing practical products that improve bikes in the areas of safety, comfort and versatility. It offers a number of screen options for Honda’s popular Africa Twin, of which I’ve just taken possession of in order to set-up for some serious touring and adve

Sport / Motogp
18 May 2019

Jorge Lorenzo fends off rumours

Jorge Lorenzo was fending off rumours started in the Spanish press that HRC are ready to jettison him at the end of this season if his results don’t improve forthwith. “Nobody has given me an ultimatum. You always hear these kinds of rumours when your results are bad. But

Sport / Motogp
18 May 2019

Johann Zarco turns to racing legend Jean-Michel Bayle

Beleaguered new KTM rider Johann Zarco has turned to former French racing legend Jean-Michel Bayle, to try to get his results back on course, after a difficult start to his first season on the Red Bull factory bike. After four poles and six podiums in two years on a satellite

Sport / Motogp
18 May 2019

Viegas issues a statement

New FIM president Jorge Viegas found himself rapidly selecting reverse gear today, after being firmly put in his place by Dorna. Viegas, the highly visible successor to popular Vito Ippolito, had given an interview broadcast in Poland on Friday, stating that he did not believe