‘New York Steak’ – Looking at the thousands of different motorcycle models released since Gottlieb Daimler went for a ride in 1885, it is fair to say that few models have … Read More
I have to admit that I am a certified RZ nutter. My first road bike was an RZ250FN and I’ve had a few RZs over the years as well as … Read More
For two-stroke nuts there is no greater road bike than the mighty RG500… it is highly collectable, arguably not as cool looking as an RZ500 but still way out performs … Read More
The 2-Stroke Yamaha RD was introduced as a road bike way back in 1972, taking its heritage straight from the racetrack, and then in 1980 the LC (liquid cooled) version … Read More
I’m used to riding the latest and greatest bikes all the time, so my idea was to buy something for myself that I was less likely to lose my licence … Read More
There is no denying that riding a large capacity two-stroke is just about as exciting as it gets when it comes to motorcycling and probably none more so than the … Read More
If any one motorcycle represents Honda’s commitment to winning on the racetrack, it’s the 24 year-old HRC developed RC30, a bike as sought after today as it was in its … Read More
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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