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Gassit Garage / Columns
01 September 2021

CARLO UBBIALI

In early June 2020, motorcycling lost Carlo Ubbiali, the first rider to truly dominate the 125cc and 250cc grand prix classes

Gassit Garage / Columns
31 August 2021

TURBO TECHNOLOGY

Hang on, before we all go electric, the internal combustion engine still has a few surprises to spring

Gassit Garage / Columns
26 August 2021

MAD MAX: MADDER THAN MAX

The Mad Max stunts that turned an average Aussie bike nut into an internationally recognised legend

Gassit Garage / Columns
27 July 2021

RISE OF THE MACHINES: MOTORCYCLES AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

Self driving technology is turning transport into another efficient whitegood, but where will that leave you and your bike?

Gassit Garage / Columns
02 July 2021

THE REAL DEAL: DB CUSTOMS HONDA VFR750F INTERCEPTOR MERKEL REPLICA

This Honda RC24 is so close in spec to Fred Merkel’s 1986 AMA championship-winning VFR750F Interceptor it could pass for the real thing

Gassit Garage / Columns
23 June 2021

SPECIAL K: 1981 SUZUKI KATANA GSX1100 SXZ

For the last 30 years, Scott Lee has known he wanted to restore an original 1981 Suzuki Katana. He just didn’t know it’d be quite like this

Gassit Garage / Columns
10 May 2021

THE POWER OF DREAMS

Veteran motorcycle scribe Lester Morris recalls the very first Honda to be sold Down Under

Gassit Garage / Columns
29 March 2021

PROJECT POINTLESS

What may seem like a great buy may be more trouble than it’s worth. This is how you can tell

Gassit Garage / Columns
29 March 2021

THE FIRST LAP OF TASSIE

And you reckon Tassie’s west coast is rugged going on a modern adventure bike…

Gassit Garage / Columns
26 March 2021

THE TESI TANGO

That time when Alan Cathcart was a fully-supported factory Bimota rider...

Gassit Garage / Columns
09 March 2021

SUPER-STUNT SPECTACULAR

Even Evel Knievel acknowledged this young Aussie’s superior talent

Gassit Garage / Columns
09 February 2021

FAST FORWARD: 2021 KAWASAKI ZX-10R

Six consecutive WorldSBK championships have culminated into one unapologetically fast road-going superbike