The Ducati 900SS was perhaps first introduced to Australia in the hands of Kenny Blake, when Australian Importer Ron Angel entered the Ducati ‘860 SS’ into the Easter Bathurst races … Read More
Six cylinder motorcycles are a rarity, a concept which despite a cult following from a more theoretical perspective has failed to become mainstream.
Unlike liquid-cooling and four-strokes the mighty six … Read More
The RG500 is already one of the most collectable bikes in the world but the Walter Wolf special, in particular this Japanese spec model, takes it up a notch.
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You may well have read our review on the Royal Enfield Classic Squadron Blue, which shares everything in common with the Desert Storm model, except paint, and a Desert Storm … Read More
Jeff asked me if I wanted to have a ride and jot down a few words on the Royal Enfield Continental GT review, presumably because of my age, greying … Read More
The Royal Enfield Classic 500 is one of the brand’s core models, which benefit from a retooled EFI, twin-spark version of the engine and have ushered in its expansion back … Read More
Erin’s awesome creations are renowned in custom classic circles and his latest project is yet another inspiring custom bike that combines one of the most iconic classic bikes with a dash … Read More
I am no British bike fanatic but the font and the name are seriously cool and there’s no denying that the new Norton Commando range looks unreal – whether … Read More
Show just about any red-blooded sportsbike enthusiast over the age of 35 a photo of a 1985 Slabbie 750 and they will drool and then say, “I wanted one of … Read More
It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of two-strokes. Sure, I own a few four-strokes and most of my racebikes have had valves and cams but my roots are … Read More