H2R Lights Up Phillip Island
So you think Kawasaki’s supercharged H2R is just an engineering and marketing exercise? A bike designed to turn heads more than it is to ride?
Noise, Speed, Power Kawasaki H2 vs H2R
Kawasaki’s supercharged Ninja H2 roadbike and its epically powerful H2R track version are two of the most talked about bikes of our generation. And after a day at the Losail circuit, we know why.
Roadskin | Kevlar-Lined Water-Resistant Hoody
Motorcycle protective gear has come a long way since the days of The Fonze and his street fashion leather jacket. Today, you can get jackets made from a thicker and stronger
Cool Custom Yamaha C-Spec GT95
Justin Chisholm’s loyalty to the Yamaha tuning fork logo stretches all the way back to when he was a kid, bashing around the local minibike tracks on a bright yellow GT80.
Hidden Dragon Triumph Tiger 800 XCx
Five years is a decent time between development drinks in bike terms. The first Triumph Tiger 800 hit our shores in 2010,
Quickspin Harley-Davidson LiveWire
Harley-Davidson’s Project LiveWire may have broken cover on the set of the latest Avengers movie, but the electric prototype is no cobbled-together movie prop/publicity stunt.
Review | Sartso Killer men's jeans for motorcyclists
The riding jeans market is a crowded one these days, here’s the lowdown on Sartso.
Revamped Yamaha XJR1300
Yamaha Europe has given a new lease of life to the last remaining air-cooled model in its big bike line-up by revamping
Braaap Street Superlite 125 perfect for urban commutes
The Braaap Street Superlite 125 is a great little short-trip commuter. It’s light, nimble and efficient on fuel – sipping just 3.2l/100km.
Honda’s pint-sized CBR300R is perfect for first timers
Honda’s CBR300R is arguably one of the best entry-level bikes on the market. Styled after its bigger and sportier siblings,
10 modifications for the adventure bike
Like anything else mass-produced, motorbikes are a compromise. When a few cents per bike makes a big difference to the manufacturer’s bottom line,
New GPS from TOMTOM specifically for Riders
Remember the choose your own adventure novels? They were books that allowed you to choose varying outcomes at the end of each chapter.