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09 October 2016

Grid Talk with Troy Guenther

Troy, you jumped off the Kawasaki ZX-6 last year, and went straight onto the Yamaha R6 this year. You won the opening round of ASBK at Phillip Island in February. Were you expecting to hit the ground running like that? Yamaha has proven to be a race winning package before, so I

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09 October 2016

Racer of the week - Lewis Dray

I was born on 8 June 1996 and had my first major operation 12 hours later. I was given a less than 50 per cent chance of survival and remained in hospital for three months. Perhaps this somewhat difficult start in life has helped me with my racing and outlook on life in general.

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29 September 2016

Motorcycling in Asia isn’t all sunshine and smiles. But it’s still brilliant

AMCN reader blog - Jeremy Torr's motorcycling travel tales

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29 September 2016

Where are they now? - BERT KINGSTON

Bert hit his prime after he quit the British League, winning in front of a home crowd against the Lions at the Royale.

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25 September 2016

Not forgotten- Geoff Perry

On the verge of greatness, the white-hot Kiwi was lost in a mystery air crash over the Pacific

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25 September 2016

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?- Ross Hedley

Ross Hedley’s ventures across OZ and Europe typified the perils of a privateer in the 70s

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23 September 2016

Racer of the Week- Dan ‘Chucky’ Sanders

My highlight for 2015 was when I flew out to Slovakia to represent Australia in the ISDE. I surprised myself, and a lot of others there by finishing in 4th outright and 1st E3 class and the junior team to win gold. I’m really happy with the result and it’ll be a very hard

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22 September 2016

Custom Cool XR1000 V-twin tribute

Ray Drea created this café racer in honour of his mentor, Willie G Davidson

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20 September 2016

L is for…

Almost a year now into my life as a rider, I love the way it has made me see the world from a new perspective. I’ve started asking questions that never would have occurred to me before. And one question I’ve been asking a lot is, why do we make learners stick out like dogs’

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20 September 2016

New Old tech - Hot air and heroes

While Guy Martin is in Bonneville stealing the world record-setting headlines with his high-tech carbon-fibre turbo-charged streamliner, a fellow by the name of Eddie Braun is getting his low-tech steam-powered Evel Knievel on – and hoping for a particular world record of his o

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20 September 2016

Gassit’s Guide to Motorcycling

Fred addresses our learner readers’ concerns and sets out to prove that there are no stupid questions, just stupid people

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14 September 2016

Not forgotten - Jono Porter

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