In This Issue

  • Adventure Time

    It seems with the release of the Pan America, Harley-Davidson’s latest adventure begins – but after just one ride you could be forgiven for thinking they’ve been part of this market for years!

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  • Quick Cruise

    Like most dealerships, the best way to engage your customers is to keep them involved with invites to events, especially shop rides, which is why Harley-Heaven Western Sydney do their best to host regular runs.

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  • Master Class

    When we heard that Chad Cavendish from Sy’s Harley-Davidson was about to take on his final stage of the Master Tech course, we thought we’d catch up with him to find out a little more of what’s involved in becoming a H-D Master Tech.

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  • The Great Escape

    Not only was it the great weather, but it was also a brilliant turnout of nearly 100 riders that ensured the 2nd Annual Great Escape Dice Run with the Infidel MC and Sydney Veterans Lodge was a huge success.

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  • Mad Max Tour

    It’s been a few years since our tour to the USA in 2018 on the Aussie Trikers Across America tour. Johann and I did a fact-finding tour to Europe in 2019 to plan for a group tour of Aussie Trikers to travel through Europe in 2020.

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  • Pure Outlaw

    Back in the late 1990’s BMW released their first ‘cruiser’, the R1200C, a bike designed to skim some sales off the rapidly growing Harley-Davidson market. Okay, so maybe more of these sales went to weekend warriors than members of outlaw clubs, but fact is that most clubs had been heading big motor Harley anyway.

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  • Good Times At The Garra

    We could see the roof of the Garradunga Pub just starting to appear over the tops of the cane field as we rolled down the far north Qld back road.
    The Garradunga Pub?

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  • The Firebird

    Offers like this don’t come along very often. “Take your pick,” the classic bike dealer had said, waving his arm over his showroom full of bikes. For a moment I felt like a kid let loose in a lolly shop; unsure of where to start given the variety of exciting goodies on offer.

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  • Cool Weekend

    If there’s one establishment that always open their arms wide to welcome motorcyclists, it’s definitely the Grey Gum Café in Putty NSW. That’s evident just by the amount of events they hold their catered towards motorcyclists, which is nearly every weekend.

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  • Historic Winton

    Winton Motor Raceway recently hosted the 44th Historic Winton, a 2+2 race meet, back in late May. Organised by the Austin 7 Club and the Historic Motorcycle Racing Association of Victoria (HMRAV), it’s one of the few car and bike race meetings still in existence.

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  • Bike Art

    Bikes and tattoos go together like rum and coke. It takes balls to ride a motorcycle, especially in this prissy PC society, and some of us want the world to know…

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  • Orange Crush

    Buying a second hand bike can sometimes backfire, which is something Chris experienced firsthand when he bought this S&S custom chopper. Obviously he always had intentions of making some changes, although what he didn’t expect was to find so many stuff-ups from the previous build that he would end up stripping the bike entirely,

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