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12 June 2019

An afternoon with MA

Peter Goddard is a bloke who’s achieved so much in the past 40 years it’s difficult to count his many successes. Now, as a Board Member of Motorcycling Australia for almost four years and President since September 2017, Pete and the crew at Motorcycling Australia (MA) are ear

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05 June 2019

Will Ducati remain the most successful manufacturer in Jerez?

Take a look at teams’ history around the Andalusian track ahead of the Acerbis Spanish Round

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04 June 2019

Aussies racing overseas

There are plenty of Australians trying to make a name for themselves overseas on two wheels.

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27 May 2019

World Junior Motocross Championship Raffle

How far would you travel to represent your country? 1,000 kilometres? Maybe even 10,000 kilometres? Come July, Team Australia will traverse thousands of kilometres from Australia to Italy for the 2019 FIM World Junior Motocross Championship (WJMX), where they will defend two Worl

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26 May 2019

Rider restriction plan

Motorcyclists would need to have L-plate car driving experience for one year before switching to two wheels under a radical new safety plan.

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23 May 2019

New motorcycle sales down

Federal Chamber of Automotive Industry’s call to arms to grow motorcycle industry

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22 May 2019

The future of Springs Speedway is now certain

The long-running saga of speedway’s future at Auckland’s Western Springs stadium, Kiwiland’s biggest venue for the sport, continues with the lease extended another year while a suitable new venue is organised. Springs Speedway statement For many years now, we have fought

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20 May 2019


It’s fair to say that the Maxima BMW team hasn’t quite exactly had the start to its 2019 Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) season that they would have hoped for. The Victorian based team had decided to use the Pirelli Masters of Morgan Park race meeting, hosted by The

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16 May 2019

Wakefield battles noise complaints

The New South Wales circuit of Wakefield Park will be forced to defend itself in the NSW Land and Environment Court later this year, after the council says it is exceeding noise limits imposed on the facility. The track, which generates an estimated $15 million a year for the loc

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09 May 2019

The real Arlen Ness legacy

The custom motorcycle world is mourning the death of Arlen Ness, aged 79 years.

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08 May 2019

City of Townsville Council gives motorsport precinct the green light

We’ve had reports of proposed new permanent circuits at Bathurst and in Western Australia. Now the Queensland city of Townsville is on the map, with a plan to establish a race track, drag way, speedway and associated infrastructure 40km inland. The developers are seeking $18m f

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08 May 2019

Motorcyclist burglary in WA shopping centre

Two bungling burglars have been filmed in WA riding their sportsbike into a shopping centre’s jewellery store, then dropping their loot on the way out! Check out the video Police have appealed for help to find the pair. "Between 2:20am and 2:30am, two people forced entry