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19 September 2019

KEN KAVANAGH - AUSTRALIA'S FIRST TT WINNER

In the 1950s, the Isle of Man TT was the event in world racing and motorcyclists dreamt of riding there. Ken Kavanagh let a whole nation dream along with him...

Gassit Garage / Columns
16 September 2019

BIG DEN

Although he will be remembered by most for surviving one of the most horrifying crashes ever, Dennis Neill’s legacy extends much further.

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16 September 2019

NOT FORGOTTEN - JONO PORTER

Australia’s FMX pioneer left an enormous legacy and dreams unfulfilled aged just 23

Gassit Garage / Columns
16 September 2019

THE LAST HARRAH

History had a sweaty whiff in the heatwave of 1976 as Giacomo Agostini and MV Agusta got the better of the ‘stinkwheels’ to score the last four-stroke 350 and 500 Grand Prix wins

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16 September 2019

CUSTOM COOL - KTM 690

Seen one too many café racers? Never fear, the trackers are here.

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13 September 2019

THE LAKES WAY

Leave the crowds of tin-tops on the boring Bulehdelah bypass and take a tour of the lakes district

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13 September 2019

ABLE TASMANIA

Back before motorcycling even became a thing, a group of Tasmanian visionaries launched Australia’s first motorcycle club

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13 September 2019

JACK FORREST

The bloke with the most famous ‘elbow’ in Australia

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12 September 2019

CUSTOM COOL - WAKI SAKI

After one of our readers sent in a pic of this creation from Sydney’s DNA Custom Cycles, we had to get the full story

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12 September 2019

TEX MECHS

Deep in the heart of Texas, the guys behind Revival Cycles have won a global reputation for doing things well and doing them their way

Gassit Garage / Columns
11 September 2019

CUSTOM COOL - SEVENTH HEAVEN

Part Buell. Part Ducati. Part Triumph. All good

Gassit Garage / Columns
11 September 2019

THE 200KPH POSTIE

Mike Riddell figured he too could set a Land Speed Record on ‘some sort of bike’. And over a few beers he convinced an old mate, Don Kidd, they should give it a shot