Latest Reviews

  • December 15, 2014

     1929 Harley-Davidson FDH Sports Solo This beautiful 1929 Harley-Davidson FDH Sports Solo owned by Vcitorian David Riedle was recently shot by us at Motorclassica. Born out of the Great Depression. the 45 cubic inch (739cc) FDH was produced to he [...]

  • December 15, 2014

    Falco release new Maxx boots Falco say they have now made the task of finding a new pair of riding boots that fit perfectly and are fashionably acceptable a simple process by unveiling their new Maxx boots. "With style and comfort at the forefront [...]

  • December 12, 2014

    Real World Motorcycles Pt1 - With Phil Hall The recent announcement, after what seems like forever of spy shots and hints, of the supercharged Kawasaki Ninja track bike and its milder running mate has again brought to the forefront the question of j [...]

  • December 12, 2014

    STOP IT! - Snag reckons all these new models are a bit of a joke - By Greg Leech I’m sure we’ve all noticed the phenomenon for auto and motorcycle manufacturers exploitation of the perceived need to bring out a new model, every year. They are [...]

  • December 8, 2014

    2015 Yamaha WR250F Review - By Trevor Hedge Yamaha’s WR is a pretty big deal to Australian off-road enthusiasts. We buy more of them than any other nationality in the world. The original four-stroke WR range was the brainchild of a Yamaha Austr [...]

  • December 5, 2014

    Summer gloves (are like no other gloves) - With Phil Hall Unlike our riding brethren in the Northern Hemisphere, we can ride pretty much all year round here in Oz. And we can ride in conditions that are much more amenable to riding as well. Now that [...]

  • December 4, 2014

     Cross Egypt Challenge – 2950km across Egypt Authors and future returning riders: Bill Ryan, Bill Van Kesteren, Doug Marshall  The Cross Egypt Challenge is a cross-country motorcycle and scooter rally and is the only organized cross-country [...]

  • December 3, 2014

    Local bike shops getting pounded - With Greg Leech a.k.a. Snag The retail landscape for motorcycles is changed forever. And we better get used to it. There is more pain to come. Talk to any motorcycle retailer and they will tell you. The retail p [...]

  • November 28, 2014

    A life of grime - A column by Phil Hall As a young rider I spent inordinate amounts of time working on my bikes. Mostly it was necessary stuff. My extremely limited budget meant that I only ever bought one brand new bike, a Yamaha RD250 in December [...]

  • November 26, 2014

    Orphans of the '00s Greg Leech looks at the post-millennium bikes that simply failed to set the cash registers a-ringing The Y2K bug. Remember the fuss that caused? The world was going to come to an end and there was precious little we’d be able [...]

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