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Gassit Garage / History Makers
19 May 2020

THE MICHELANGELO OF MOTORCYCLES: MASSIMO TAMBURINI

If one man could be responsible for the evolution of modern motorcycles, it’s the late Massimo Tamburini

Bike Tests
18 May 2020

FREDDIE SPENCER'S 1985 HONDA NSR500

In 1985, Freddie Spencer rewrote the record books by winning the 250cc and 500cc grand prix titles in one season. Back in 2015, Freddie talked us through the trials behind the triumph

Sport / Motogp
18 May 2020

FABULOUS: FABIO QUARTARARO

There is one big thing that separates Fabio Quartararo from MotoGP’s other recent rookie revelations Marc Marquez, Maverick Viñales, Johann Zarco and Alex Rins. Those four all arrived in the premier class riding an impressive upward curve: winning in 125s or Moto3, then winnin

Bike Tests
17 May 2020

A CENTURY IN THE MAKING: BROUGH SUPERIOR ANNIVERSARY

For its 100th anniversary Brough Superior has built a suitably old-fashioned bike with new-fashioned technology

Columns / In This Issue
17 May 2020

THE SPANISH INQUISITION: ROUND 3 2020 NOSHOWGP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP JEREZ, SPAIN

Nobody expected such an unusual result as Maverick Viñales celebrates his first win of 2020

News / Manufacture News
17 May 2020

GASGAS TXT RACING TRIAL RANGE 2020 AVAILABLE NOW

CLASS-LEADING TRIAL MODELS AVAILABLE NOW AT THE ALL-NEW GASGAS DEALER NETWORK

Gassit Garage / History Makers
15 May 2020

BEYOND THE MAGIC TON: AUSTRALIAN LAND SPEED RECORDS

“What’ll she do?” was a common query whenever a finely fettled piece of kit pulled up at the bowser...

Columns / They Did What?
15 May 2020

AUSSIE BATTLES ABROAD

These early pioneers of motorsport roared onto the world stage and did us proud

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 / In This Issue
14 May 2020

FIRST AND LAST: CURTISS P40 WARHAWK FINAL EDITION

It’s the first new Curtiss-branded machine in over a 100 years and the last-ever such machine to boast an internal combustion engine

Bike Tests
14 May 2020

125CC 1338KM 24 HOURS

In 1954 KTM’s founder rode from Paris to Vienna non-stop to prove the reliability of his firm’s new 125cc motorcycle. Sixty years later, how did KTM’s RC125 cope with the same challenge?

Bike Tests / Looking Back
14 May 2020

RAGS TO RICHES: KEVIN SCHWANTZ'S YOSHIMURA SUZUKI GS700

The bike and ride that transformed Schwantz from amateur racer to factory superstar for team Yoshimura Suzuki