Racer of the week- Jess Gardiner
“I work at JK Williams, driving a fifty tone dump truck from 7am-5pm, Monday to Friday”
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?- Peter Jones
Peter Jones was one of the early road racing guns for Suzuki
Race Legends- Kenny Blake
Mr Nice Guy - One of the most talented riders of all time and almost certainly the most popular racer Australia has ever produced
Not forgotten- Tom Phillis
He was just the second Aussie to win a world title, and he could have had more… Australia’s 1961 world 125 champion Tom Phillis has been included on a brand-new Walk of Champions in Marrickville. Phillis lived in the inner Sydney suburb as a boy and was a bicycle racer on
GRID TALK-Michael van der Mark
We find out why Michael van der Mark, the 2014 World Supersport champion and former truck driver - who finished seventh in his WSBK debut in 2015 - hates clowns AMCN: What do you like most about racing bikes? MVDM: Girls? No, no, seriously the adrenaline of speed – this e
Revolving Racer – Brandon Demmery
True Blue Brando The season was tough to say the least. I had to learn a lot of new tracks, help develop a new bike and work with a new team. I loved the experience, but to be honest I was not happy with the results I achieved. I had hoped to be a lot more competitive in what ca
Ken Kavanagh- Australia’s First TT Victory
In the 1950s, the Isle of Man TT was the event in world racing and motorcyclists dreamt of riding there. In 1956, Ken Kavanagh let a whole nation dream along with him “Few races in TT history have started so tamely and finished in so dramatic a fashion as did the 1956 Junior
Custom Cool KTM 690
Seen one too many café racers? Never fear, the trackers are here.
We dynotune our long termer MT-07LA
Being the bike newbie in the office, my first response to most information is to nod. So when they told me the MT-07 was getting taken for a dynotune to Dynobike – aka Dyno Dave’s – for a flash tune, I thought it was a great idea. But then the doubts began to surface.
Two crazies complete Australia’s longest transcontinental crossing. Or was it?
Cape to Cape
REVOLVING RACER- LEVI DAY
I broke my back in two places and suffered a grade 4 liver laceration 'I want to be a motorbike racer'. My answer to a question I was asked as a schoolboy growing up in South Australia. I was reminded of this when I was back home over summer and visited my high school to give
How Wayne Gardner became World Champion
GLORY DAZE 1986 Spanish GP