Grid talk - Troy Corser
We caught up with the Superbike legend Troy Corser
How to CHECK IF YOUR FRAME IS STRAIGHT
A crooked motorcycle frame can be very hard to notice – but very expensive for the owner
Old School - Three-wheeled Terror
As we slithered around the 90-degree corner, the back straight of New Zealand’s Pukekohe circuit unfolded. All one kilometre of it, which eventually ends in a 50km/h hairpin. Life took on a new perspective as I lay stretched out as long and low as I could on the sidecar chair
Unsurpassed GOAT - Giacomo Agostini
He won 122 Grands Prix and 15 world titles, and at 75 he’s still riding demo laps all round the world on his famous machines. He’s Giacomo Agostini, Greatest Of All Time.
The Legend That Is… Troy Bayliss
Troy Bayliss needs no introduction to Superbike race fans but his re-introduction to Australian Superbike racing for a full season in 2018, at the ripe old age of 48, has been one of the talking points of the nascent season. Fit, tanned and working hard for four months to get in
EASTER RACING AT BATHURST
In the eighties, Mount Panorama shook with racing and riots. In this second part of our Bathurst special, we look back at the highs and lows of those incredible years…
Honda CB250N – Thrive Motorcycles Indonesia
In the world of custom motorcycles it can sometimes be difficult to appreciate the work that goes into a finished project.
Where are they now? Andrew Coaker
Andrew Coaker was the first Aussie privateer to take on the Dakar Rally
Where are they now? Jon Hafey
Jon Hafey made the transition from teenager racer and co. clerk to industry executive
Lambretta’s 250cc GP Prototype
How one man’s love for Lambretta uncovered the Italian marque’s little-known but highly innovative grand prix aspirations
Grid Talk - Mark Brown
Mark Brown is a guy who’s designed lids for some of Australia’s top racers surely has some tales to tell…
The 200kmh postie
Over a few beers he convinced an old mate, Don Kidd, they should give it a shot.