THE SURVIVAL BIKE
The email I sent to my friend had no word content. It only had a subject heading that succinctly stated: “My new toy, I’m in love again.”
NOT FORGOTTEN - BOB BROWN
Tragically denied a shot at lasting GP glory, the tall Aussie still made his mark
HRC'S BRILLIANT FAILURE
The NR500 project never hit the giddy heights it aimed for, but the lessons learned helped make Honda Racing Corporation the powerhouse it is today
THE BIKES THAT DAVE BUILT
Dave Degens won two Barcelona 24-Hours races for one reason. He handcrafted his racebikes to have the perfect mix of performance and stamina
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...
Although he will be remembered by most for surviving one of the most horrifying crashes ever, Dennis Neill’s legacy extends much further.
NOT FORGOTTEN - JONO PORTER
Australia’s FMX pioneer left an enormous legacy and dreams unfulfilled aged just 23
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
CUSTOM COOL - KTM 690
Seen one too many café racers? Never fear, the trackers are here.
THE LAKES WAY
Leave the crowds of tin-tops on the boring Bulehdelah bypass and take a tour of the lakes district
Back before motorcycling even became a thing, a group of Tasmanian visionaries launched Australia’s first motorcycle club
The bloke with the most famous ‘elbow’ in Australia