Phil Aynsley was a passionate bloke who will be remembered for far more than his stunning motorcycle photography
Ivan Erceg was a bloke who truly embraced the spirit and camaraderie of the Australasian Safari
RAY QUINCEY | FAST AND TENACIOUS
Fast and tenacious, in every sense of the words
RALPH ‘SONNY’ BARGER
The charismatic leader of the Hells Angels was an integral part of Hollywood’s 1960s B-Grade movie scene.
WARREN WILLING'S BATHURST FLYER
No Yamaha rider lapped Bathurst quicker than Warren Willing’s 1976 best until Michael Dowson on the much modified Yamaha-Pitmans’ TZ750E in 1985.
ROBERT (BOBBY) HAAS 1947-2021
Robert (Bobby) Haas was a wildly successful financier turned world-famous aerial photographer, but instead of retiring, Bobby Haas went on to build one of the finest motorcycle museums in the world
In early June 2020, motorcycling lost Carlo Ubbiali, the first rider to truly dominate the 125cc and 250cc grand prix classes
GEOFF DUKE: FIRST GENTLEMAN OF RACING
He was a gentleman, a racer, a professional and the first global superstar of Grand Prix racing
What really happened to the late, great Jimmie Guthrie?
Arguably Australia’s most adept and celebrated engine builder
REMEMBERING GREGG HANSFORD
One remarkable man inspired a generation and showed that Aussie riders could cut it with the world’s best
Born in 1916, this South Aussie built a life around racing and building bikes