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23 July 2020

DO-IT-ALL: HONDA CB900 HORNET

The Honda CB900 wasn’t so much a naked Superbike, but a bike that could adapt to nearly every situation

Columns / Secondhand
08 July 2020

STARTER MOTOR: HONDA VTR250

In its time, this was possibly the best learner machine to hit Australia in 15 years

Columns / Secondhand
30 June 2020

BOXER BEEMER: 1988-1994 BMW R 100 GS

With new adventure-tourers hogging the limelight, second-hand bike buyers are showing renewed interest in BMW’s R 100 GS

Columns / Secondhand
28 May 2020

CLASS ACT: 2007-2013 SUZUKI BANDIT 1250

The Bandit 1250 is very hard to beat in the bang-for-your-buck stakes, offering impressive overall performance at a great price

Columns / Secondhand
14 May 2020

MAGNUM FORCE: KAWASAKI ZX-12R 2000-2007

Riding a ZX-12R means not having to wait in queues, and never having to say you’re sorry

Columns / Secondhand
10 May 2020

UNSUNG HERO: 2002-2013 YAMAHA TDM900

Yamaha’s TDM900 may look like a city-slicker kind of bike but when the going gets tough it’s a surprisingly capable performer

Columns / Secondhand
08 May 2020

HOTROD HOG: HARLEY-DAVIDSON VRSC 2001-2017

Porsche design input and liquid cooling?! The V-Rod’s launch turned the old-school Harley world on its air-cooled head

Columns / Secondhand
21 April 2020

QUICKWORK ORANGE

If it’s true that fortune favours the brave, KTM’s consistent recent successes seem likely to continue

Columns / Secondhand
15 April 2020

DOUBLE DATE: YAMAHA TRX850 1996-2000

Yamaha’s TRX850 is one of those bikes that should have been held in higher esteem for Aussie riders

Columns / Secondhand
19 March 2020

THE OLD GUARD: SUZUKI SV650S

Middleweight twins might be where it’s at today, but this is where it was a decade or two ago

Columns / Secondhand
21 January 2020

FIVE TO FOUR

Yamaha ditched the YZF-R1’s five-valve head for a four-valver in 2007, but that wasn’t the only difference

Columns / Secondhand
14 January 2020

POCKET ROCKET

Honda’s CBR600 was born in 1987, but it took another six years before it gained wide-spread acceptance Down Under