Video Ducati's Latest Track Weapon Monster 1200 R
AMCN's Deputy & Road Test Editor Paul 'Youngy’ Young headed off to Spain to ride Ducati’s Monster 1200 R around the Ascari Circuit Resort to see if the big-bore supernaked can hack the track.
Get A Grip | TechSpec Tank Grips
These tasty TechSpec tank grips turned up recently for our long-term BMW S1000RR and the boys at Gassit HQ are chomping at the bit to try them out.
Records Broken In Historic Road Racing Championships, Mallala
Lap records were smashed in many classes at last weekend’s Australian Historic Road Racing Championships at Mallala Motorsport Park, South Australia.
The AUSTest Stars of 2011-2014
A year ago it seemed the Sportsbike sector was still in the doldrums, with minimal new models to choose from. That’s why AUSTest 2014 focused on the real world practicality of Sportsbikes,
Fangin' out on the Spyder F3-S
It may not be a motorcycle, but we wanted to see if the Spyder F3-S could still deliver a serious superbike rush on the track.
Customised SR400 shines out of the shadows
The once-ubiquitous Yamaha SR400 has become a collector’s item among the café racer set.
Shark Helmet A Shining Light
Shark's new SKWAL helmet is the first to feature LED lights and it is more than just colourful bling. The illuminated bright-green stripes have also been designed to increase rider safety.
Stylish French Buffalo Jackets
Motorcycle accessories importer Ficeda has added leading French label Segura to its clothing range .
2015 Yamaha YZF-R3 Review
The all-new Yamaha YZF-R3 has the wow factor
World launch : Avon TrailRider adventure tyre
The fact that Avon tyres flew me halfway around the world to help celebrate the launch of its new
Two LAMS-Approved Motorcycles. One Bush Adventure
No matter what your riding level, taking yourself out of the comfort zone to gnaw at the limits of your bike’s adhesion – dirt corner after dirt corner –
Earn Your Stripes Triumph Tiger 800 XRx
Softcore doesn’t sound like what any red-blooded adventurer would want to be called. Especially not us burly, surly Aussie adventure-bike blokes ’n’ birds, which is probably why Triumph sell more of the off-road favouring XC Tiger 800 than the XR, and KTM sell more 1190Rs t