Racer Test - Suzuki F50 Step Thru
This F50 was one of the most improbable and important Suzuki-branded racebikes in Australia
Ducati 900/1000 Monster 1994-2006
The funny thing about the Ducati Monster, the best-seller that kept the Bologna factory’s doors open during a very lean period, is that Ducati purists, the Ducatisti, struggled to appreciate it. Learning to love a naked hooligan bike was a big ask to many of the rusted-on fans
World launch - 2019 Triumph Street Twin
To commemorate the 60th anniversary of its first-ever Bonneville, Triumph has launched an uprated version of its entry-level Street Twin
World launch -Ducati Panigale V4 R
It’s the lightest and fastest series production bike Ducati has ever built, Jonny Rea and Kawasaki will need to watch their backs
Quick spin -1984 BMW R 100 GS Paris-Dakar winner replica
A little guy with a big heart won the 1984 Paris-Dakar Rally on an enormous motorcycle. Jump on
Custom Cool Yamaha XSR700
The 1980s was an era when motorsport was full of radical prototypes financed by big tobacco. Here’s a homage, sans the health concerns
Ducati Panigale V4 S
Introducing the Ducati Panigale V4 S as the winner of the AMCN 2018 Motorcycle of the Year!
Yamaha Tracer 900 GT
When released in 2015, Yamaha’s Tracer gained a reputation as a well-built, value-for-money sports tourer. For 2018, Yamaha has given the Tracer 900 an upgrade.
Triumph Tiger 1200 XCa
The past 12 months has seen electronic safety systems and super-smart riding aids take another leap forward. Items considered cutting edge in 2017 became accepted, and even expected in 2018. Features which were only found of high-end sportsbikes until recently, can be found on bi
KTM 790 Duke
We were served a smorgasbord of new models throughout 2018, and choosing just 8 finalists for Motorcycle of the year was a tough ask. But to choose the best of the best we had to get on and ride them.
Kawasaki Ninja SX SE
MoTY 2015 saw the first supercharged motorcycle take part in our end-of-year shootout, and while Kawasaki was applauded for returning supercharging technology to motorcycling mainstream with its H2 and H2R models, it missed out on the coveted gong. Three years later, Kawasaki
How good has the big-bore nakedbike battle for supremacy been over the past few years? Well, not as good as it could have been, and that’s because here in Australia a major player has been missing – Honda. That changed for 2018 when the CB1000R returned to our showroom floors