Triumph stirs a storm

It may not look state-of-the-art now, but back in 1972 it was futuristic looking. Triumph has hinted it may revive the old Hurricane name badge more than 40 years after it originally appeared on the radical Craig Vetter designed X-75 triple. Th...

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Josh Green lands another Enduro-X podium

Active8 Yamaha's Josh Green secured his second consecutive podium finish at round two of the Australian Enduro-X championship, held at Sydney Motorsport Park, on Saturday night.

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Yamaha women take 1-2 Enduro-X, Sydney

Yamaha topped the podium at round two of the Australian Enduro-X championship with Tayla Jones taking out an impressive round win on her YZ250FX ahead of fellow Yamaha rider, Jemma Wilson.

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Dark side of the Indian

It may only be March but Indian Motorcycle has launched the first of its 2016 range, the Chief Dark horse. It’s the sixth Indian model to be released by American company Polaris since it relaunched the iconic brand in late 2013.

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Yamaha TZ750 lives again

Historic racing enthusiast Gary Kerr, and his company Consortium Racing, have turned back the racing clock by manufacturing reproduction TZ750 crankcases. Some of the first examples are already seeing active duty on the race track with team Dit...

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Ward banned for 10 months

Former two-time World Junior Speedway Champion, Darcy Ward, has been handed a 10-month ban after failing an FIM Anti-Doping control (alcohol) at the Latvian round of the 2014 Speedway Grand Prix series.

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Davies ready for new Thai challenge in round 2 WSBK

No sooner than he had scored two brilliant Phillip Island podiums on the official Ducati Panigale last weekend Chaz Davies was asked about his prospects for the next round, to be held at the Chang International Circuit near Buriram in Thailand...

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MotoGP pre-season testing results from Sepang

On DAY 1 Rossi was ahead of the pack in MotoGP pre-season testing. Miller, in cheeky fashion, flipped the bird with his signature grin while making continued progress on board his RC213V-RS which has 200hp more than he’s ridden before. In the f...

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Win a custom built Yamaha SR400

AMCN, Motorcycle Trader and Mid Life Cycles are building a sweet street-scrambler version of Yamaha's iconic SR400 and you can win it! The customised cool kid will be reliable not radical, fun not Fuzz-bait and, importantly, it will be registra...

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Brain-bucket brainstorm

Standards Australia last week hosted a forum to discuss the regulatory role of AS/NZS 1698 which covers the sale and use of protective helmets in Australia.

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Australian Dave Johnson's 2015 Isle of Man TT

Australian Dave Johnson has signed with double British champs Smith Racing for this year’s Isle of Man TT.

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Herfoss wins ASBK opener

Troy Herfoss (Team Honda Racing) has claimed opening round honours in the Superbike class at the 2015 ASBK Championship held at Phillip Island.

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WSBK: Race 2 - Battle of the Britons

Race one winner, Johnny Rea, took a commanding lead early in the race but a persistent following pack of Michael Van der Mark, Leon Haslam and Chaz Davies had all passed the Briton by the end of lap nine. Van der Mark lead the field for four la...

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Cluzel goes back-to-back

Jules Cluzel has become the third rider to win back-to-back World Supersport races at Phillip Island with an all-the-way triumph in today's 18-lap race.

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WSS: First-ever MV one-two

It was an MV Agusta one-two in the opening round of the World Supersport Championship at Phillip Island this afternoon, the first time that has happened in the history of the event. Jules Cluzel crossed the line first ahead of his teammate Lore...

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