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Motorcycle City (WA) proprietor Gavin Robinson recently invited me to test their Beta Eikon 50cc scooter and to the surprise of a lot of people I jumped at the chance. Scooters, like anything with two wheels and an engine...
BMW F 800 S and F 800 ST Tested Motorcycle Review by Trevor Hedge BMW likes to do things a bit differently. From their Boxer engines through to their duolever and paralever suspension systems, the German manufacturer has never been content...
 KTM RC390 Review - Tested by Trevor Hedge KTM have certainly been ramping up their street bike assault recently and the latest shot across the bows of the established street bike players to come from Mattighofen is the new KTM...
--  PTR tuned Suzuki Bandit 1250 - When too much grunt is never enough! --  By Trevor Hedge Suzuki’s latest 1255cc liquid-cooled Bandit engine boasts some mighty muscles in stock form. Prodigious bottom end torque delivered in a silken fashion that...
With big splashes occurring in the cruising market waters these days, Triumph’s Rocket III and Kawasaki’s Vulcan 2000 take a bow, the recent release of Yamaha’s Road Star Tour Deluxe is more of a ripple than a wave. No...
It goes without saying that the 600cc super sport class is one of the most hotly contested in the motorcycle world. For over a decade now, a war has waged for the blisteringly quick featherweights from Japan to grow...
One of the highlights for any kid viewing the original Batman series was the great vehicles Adam West (Batman) and Burt Ward (Robin) had at their disposal. The Batmobile, Batboat, Batcopter and Batcycle were all interesting creations. While that...
2016 Yamaha YZ250F Review By Todd Jarratt After winning the 2015 AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Championship; AMA Motocross Lites Championship; MX Nationals MX2 Championship; MX Nationals MXD Championship; and MX Nationals MXR Championship, Yamaha’s YZ250F looks in good stead to be...
2019 Yamaha YZF-R3 Review YZF-R3 tested by Kris Hodgson Images by Greg Smith, iKapture Learner riders have never before had such a great range of machinery to choose from, and with Yamaha giving their very popular YZF-R3 model a comprehensive update for...
2018 Suzuki SV650X Review Motorcycle Test by Trevor Hedge Suzuki pretty much invented the modern breed of twin-cylinder middleweight motorcycles when they first brought the SV650 to market two decades ago. They have continued to update and spin-off new versions of...

Suzuki C109R

Suzuki certainly isn’t the first name that springs to mind when you think of a large capacity v-twin cruiser but the Japanese brand has been quietly going about building a strong range of machinery ranging from 250cc through to...
Introduced in 2003 the CBR600RR has gone on to dominate Supersport competition around the world. Brisbane’s Chris Vermeulen won the World Supersport Championship onboard a CBR600RR in that debut year for the model and his team-mate Karl Muggeridge wrapped...
During our recent visit to Brisbane to cover the Australian Formula Xtreme round at Lakeside we had organized 3 bikes to test – a new GSX-R 750 from Suzuki along with the latest model Yamaha R1 and Honda Fireblade. ...
he GSX-R 600 is a race-replica if there ever was one.  Racer boy ergonomics, peaky top-end power, reasonable brakes and fantastic handling make the GSX-R a pretty sharp package. Surprisingly enough though I didn't find the little GSX-R that uncomfortable...
2016 Yamaha YZ250FX Review By Todd Jarratt For many years Yamaha produced the YZ250F for motocross racers and the WR250F for trail enthusiasts, but a gap remained between those two machines. In 2015, Yamaha resolved this issue, introducing the “in between...
Handsome British Bagger - Triumph's Thunderbird LT Reviewed By Trevor Hedge Most riders would assume that Triumph’s biggest selling models are sporty machines such as the Street or Speed Triple, the spritely Daytona 675R sports bike, or perhaps the popular new...
2017 Yamaha FJR1300 Review - Buttery smooth villainy By Boris Mihailovic, Images by Boris, Yamaha Motors Do you do a lot of big miles? Do you do them with a pillion? And when you do these big miles do you occasionally...
This was more of an adventure than just a road test. We covered around 350 kilometres aboard the new XR through the Snowy Mountains. The terrain was awesome, at times we were nearly 6000 feet above sea level and riding...
The boom in scooter sales has cooled off but that hasn’t stopped an influx of new manufacturers releasing swags of new models. Honda has been one of the winners in the declining scooter market by increasing their market share...
Moto Guzzi V7 III Racer Review Limited Edition Numbered 'Custom Racer' Words by Stuart, Images by Nick Wood Photography Moto Guzzi's V7 Racer has always taken the custom theme straight from the showroom floor, with the V7 III carrying on that same...
Triumph have made the triple cylinder configuration their own in recent years. In-line three cylinder engines have been the signature engineering layout for the brand since the company reinvented itself in 1990. A brief foray into big bore four-cylinder machines...
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