Biaggi lets slip on Aprilia’s new MotoGP machine

Regular Aprilia test rider and Sepang wildcard Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) spoke at Sepang about his potential future role for Aprilia as a test rider.

Read more

Honda says throttle cable caused Suzuka crash

HRC has issued a statement confirming his spectacular crash at Suzuka was caused by a mechanical issue with the throttle cable.

Read more

MA AGM: Will the states defect from Motorcycling Australia?

Motorcycling Australia’s Annual General Meeting (July 29) was the most crucial date in MA’s recent history – the old Board voluntarily standing down and the beginnings of a new Board being elected by the Council.

Read more

Video: BMW’s Mission In-crashable movie

The fifth instalment of Mission Impossible, Rogue Nation, opens in Australian cinemas next month and if the movie’s trailers are anything to go by there’s plenty of two-wheeled action as well as some spectacular crashes.

Read more

Range and relationship reveals MV Agusta is getting serious

With Mercedes AMG purchasing a 25 percent share in MV Agusta on top of a clear expansion of the brand’s model range, things are very much on the up for the Italian brand which is celebrating its 70 anniversary this year.

Read more

More scandal leaves Forward Racing squad in doubt

Former Moto2 champion Stefan Bradl is seeking to escape from his contract with his beleaguered Athina Forward Racing team, and is a prime candidate for the vacant seat at Aprilia, after the arrest of team owner Giovanni Cuzari on his return to...

Read more

Victory goes electric!

Victory Motorcycles has unveiled an electric-powered nakedbike called the Victory Empulse TT – and we’ve already ridden it!

Read more

Dual Clutch for Honda's new Africa Twin

Honda has released first official details and photographs of its new CRF1000L Africa Twin adventure bike, with Honda Australia confirming the new bike will be available locally in three model choices – Standard, ABS and ABS-DCT. The first shipm...

Read more

Bonneville cancelled - has Speed Week run its race?

A recent inspection of the racing surface at the famous Bonneville Salt Flats has led to the cancellation of Speed Week for the second consecutive year.

Read more

Aussie Josh Hook on Suzuka 8 Hour podium

Taree’s Josh Hook has joined a long and illustrious list of Aussies to stand on the podium at the prestigious Suzuka 8-Hour race, having finished second with the TSR Honda team, with which he also competes in the All-Japan Superbike championship.

Read more

Aussie Alex Phillis gets ride for final rounds of World Superbike

The celebrated Phillis surname is returning to the Superbike World Championship, with news that 21-year-old Australian Alex Phillis — the son of early 1990s legend Rob Phillis — will compete in the final four rounds of the 2015 season for Grill...

Read more

Stoner crashes out of Suzuka

Double MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner was leading the Suzuka 8 Hour when he crashed out, leaving him with a broken scapula and fractured tibia.

Read more

Kiwi Guru John Britten

The words genius and tragedy are often overstated, but it’s surely beyond question that New Zealander John Britten was an engineering genius and that his death 20 years ago from skin cancer in September 1995, aged 45, was a tragedy of significa...

Read more

Your Corner Entry Could Be Better | Tech Talk

When Troy Bayliss made a comeback to the World Superbike series this year, he was struck by the technological jump motorcycles had taken since he retired seven years earlier.

Read more

KTM Almost Ready To Race MotoGP

KTM’s MotoGP engine should be taking its first bench tests in a week or two, with engineers agog to hear the exhaust for the first time – and hopefully to see the right numbers on the dyno.

Read more

.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }