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20 June 2019

Josh Hook in with a shot for title defence ahead of 2019 Suzuka 8 Hours

Australia’s reigning Endurance World Champion Josh Hook and his TSR Honda squad scored a victory in the Oschersleben 8 Hour earlier this month, lifting the team to third in the 2018-2019 championship with just one round left to run. Despite Hook and his teammates Freddy Foray

 
19 June 2019

MotoGP stars talk riding styles

If all riders are on the same tyres, all motorcycles have unified electronics and all riders are the most supremely talented riders on the planet, surely they’re going to punt their machines around world-class racetracks at 350km/h in more or less the same way. Nothing could be

News / Manufacture News
17 June 2019

Ducati's Streetfighter V4 prototype breaks cover

Ducati has confirmed the rumour that Carlin Dunne is set to tackle the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on the Streetfighter V4 prototype.Ducati has also confirmed the Streetfight V4 as part of its 2020 model range.

Tested / Rides
17 June 2019

CFMoto’s latest offering is proving the Made-in-China stigma is rapidly receding

Really, it was inevitable. Just like products of the Japanese industry half a century ago, Chinese motorcycles are increasingly no longer the cheap but not always cheerful products they used to be. These days, they’re increasingly well-engineered and soundly constructed, with

Sport / Motogp
17 June 2019

MotoGP: Carnage ensues at Round 7

Marc Marquez is the last rider who needs races to be given to him; Jorge Lorenzo the last rider who would volunteer such a gift. But that’s how it happened, at their home GP in Catalunya. It was only the second of 24 laps when the new Repsol Honda rider triggered bedlam, taking

Tested / Rides
14 June 2019

Zero has created a bike that will change your mind on emission-free motorcycling

In terms of performance, handling, practicality, or, frankly, plain old fun, there’s never been the basis to make a direct comparison between internal combustion and electric-powered motorcycles. But the arrival of the all-new American-made Zero SR/F changes that. Check out

News / Manufacture News
12 June 2019

Honda Africa Twin 850

A computer-generated image of an 850cc Honda Africa Twin has got fans of the Japanese brand revved up. With popular mid-capacity offerings available from its European rivals, and Yamaha’s highly anticipated Ténéré 700 due later this year, it’s high-time for Big Red to jump

News / Local
12 June 2019

An afternoon with MA

Peter Goddard is a bloke who’s achieved so much in the past 40 years it’s difficult to count his many successes. Now, as a Board Member of Motorcycling Australia for almost four years and President since September 2017, Pete and the crew at Motorcycling Australia (MA) are ear

Gassit Garage / Columns
05 June 2019

Marc versus Marc

Now Marquez is nudging his record. He has already equalled his tally of premier-class titles, although not all consecutive; but he adds two more in the smaller classes. The fellow Repsol Honda rider hasn’t yet matched Mick’s 54 premier-class race wins. Marquez has 45, and ano

News / Manufacture News
05 June 2019

How learner bikes are saving our bacon

All new KTM 390 Duke prototype proving low-capacity motorcycles are where it’s at

News / Local
05 June 2019

Will Ducati remain the most successful manufacturer in Jerez?

Take a look at teams’ history around the Andalusian track ahead of the Acerbis Spanish Round

Sport / Motogp
05 June 2019

Repsol’s 50th anniversary

A special exhibition in Barcelona this week brings together riders, bikes and cars to celebrate Repsol’s 50th anniversary as a motorsport sponsor. There will be more than 20 bikes and cars on show at the city’s famous Passeig de Gracia from June 6-15. As well as several ri