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06 May 2019

Grid Talk - Seth Crump

Seth Crump is the lone KTM rider in the ASBK Supersport 300 championship enjoys being the odd man out

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05 May 2019

Not forgotten - Blair Harley

There actually wasn’t a lot this bloke couldn’t do

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03 May 2019

Grid Talk - John McGuinness

We caught up John McGuinness, with the 23-times Isle of Man TT winner at this year’s International Festival of Speed

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03 May 2019

Revolving racer - Aiden Wagner

Aiden Wagner- It’s been a crazy couple of months but all the effort has been well worth it and now my aim is to win the 2019 ASBK title and make the statement that “I’m back”. I’ve just finished two days of testing at Wakefield Park to get ready for the second round

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01 May 2019

Where are they now?  Wayne ‘Flash’ Farley

Australia’s original Safari ironman

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30 April 2019

Old School - 80s Katana

The big buzz at the moment is Suzuki’s brave decision to relaunch the Katana, its icon model of the Eighties. If Suzuki’s car division can relaunch the Jimny, why shouldn’t it do the same for the Katana. Both are instantly recognisable to former Seventies longhairs and h

29 April 2019

Yamaha Niken

We have so many questions of this bike, a single test was never going to cut it. But six months will!

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27 April 2019


We catch up with MotoGP’s future star on the eve of his first factory ride in world motorcycle racing’s premier category

24 April 2019

José & the Amazonas

Like the dinosaurs, the Amazonas was born enormous and has since disappeared. But a passionate craftsman is trying to rekindle the flame of Brazil’s forgotten myth

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22 April 2019

Fast talk with Toby Price & Daniel Milner

AMCN recently shared a few beers and a high-class barbie with with two of the best off-road racers on the planet. Listen in

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21 April 2019

Eddie Lawson’s back-to-back titles

Eddie Lawson became the first rider to win back-to-back 500cc world titles on different bikes. Now, 30 years on, his engineer Erv Kanemoto reveals how the archived it and why it was pivotal for today’s technology. Premier-class Grand Prix bikes were never nastier than in the 1

19 April 2019

Triumph Street Twin

Now the first-date nerves have passed, we spend a bit more time and find what about the Street Twin makes us tick