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20 December 2016

Where are they now?- Allan Cunynghame

Allan Cunynghame, the all round Ironman – from Amaroo Park to Alice Springs.

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19 December 2016

History Makers- THE ORIGINAL SUPERBIKE SERIES

These days it’s the most prolific race class the world over, but the first ever Superbike series happened Down Under

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17 December 2016

In Pit Lane - Unexpect the expected

Márquez’s 2016 season has been that of … not a different rider, but certainly a much changed version of the same rider

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17 December 2016

In Pit Lane - Striving for imperfection

Here’s one they haven’t done yet, although it too has been spoken about at high level: adding weight ballast to slow down riders who win too often

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16 December 2016

Not forgotten - Bob West

When one thing led to another, this Aussie found himself dicing against some of Europe’s best

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15 December 2016

GRID TALK - LACHLAN STANFORD

Four Days of Fury in the Southern Alps

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14 December 2016

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Barry Taylor

Barry Taylor was the Phase 4 boss who’s Kwaka drag-bike shook Bathurst to the core

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11 December 2016

Cape Crusaders

Nowadays they offer guided tours of the Telegraph Track, but back in 1969 three humble pioneers were the first to conquer it on bikes

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11 December 2016

Head to Head 2016 BMW F800GS Adventure and 2016 Triumph Tiger 800 XCa

Why these two? These two adventure specialists are highly capable players in the popular mid-capacity dual-sport market.

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11 December 2016

Old School - The day everything changed

After buying a general admission GP ticket, I rode into the parking paddock. I’d never seen so many motorcycles in one place. They seemed to stretch to the horizon

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06 December 2016

Grid Talk- Bryan Staring

The West Australian is heading home after racing against the world’s best in both MotoGP and WSBK

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29 November 2016

World’s fastest blind man - Ben Felten

Blind man Ben Felten and his navigator Kevin Magee will challenge the land speed record of fastest speed for a motorcycle ridden blindfolded at Speed Week 2017. Since going completely blind 12 years ago, Ben Felten’s dream to ride motorcycles again is becoming a reality.