G’day. Home, it’s a subjective term to many. For me, I love what it represents. There was a time in my life where I was desperate to leave for an … Read More
G’day BikeReview readers, I’m hoping some of the people who will read this column might have followed my Staring columns through Rapid Bikes mag then BikeReview a few years ago. … Read More
It’s been a while between drinks, in a few circumstances and I’m getting back to some of my favorite past times, winning races and writing columns. I actually think they … Read More
With so much racing experience in a vast array of championships, with different motorcycles, teams and level of equipment and resources, it has recently dawned on me as to what … Read More
What level do you ride at? Have you ever felt the grip from a soft tyre? Have you ever felt so much grip you can turn the bike with 5km/h … Read More
Season’s greetings BikeReview readers!
Welcome to the summer stop over and update on what’s happening in my world. I’m finding my feet back in Perth. It’s been the perfect period … Read More
My departure from Europe is a sad one, it’s not that I wanted to leave, or at least I didn’t want to leave the world championship yet because I hadn’t … Read More
I’ve been chasing that feeling for four years, the feeling is why we compete, why we train and dedicate our life to achieving.
I always put my … Read More
Progress is the only form of happiness while you’re injured. After many doctors’ appointments, specialist meetings, X-Rays, ultrasounds and physiotherapy sessions, the only true measure of progress and mobility needs … Read More
I could not be in a worse situation right now. At home in Italy with a broken leg, waiting until the swelling goes down so I can fly back to … Read More