In This Issue

  • Back Into It!

    With all the crap going on in the world today, and Covid ruining everything in its path, it was great that this year’s Vietnam Veterans and Veterans MC North Queensland Poker Run went ahead.

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  • Custom-Er Build

    As opposed to just building a custom bike to showcase the parts and modifications available at the dealership, Jay Lawrence from Morgan & Wacker in Melbourne thought he’d try something a little different this time around modifying a 2021 Street Glide.

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  • Heidi’s Cruise

    After being the longest city in lockdown across the world with a total lockdown of over 260 days since the pandemic first hit, we’ve endured a lot in Melbourne…

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  • Digging For Gold

    When you think of the Gold Coast, naturally the sun, sand and surf comes to the forefront of your mind, but there’s more fun to be had than just on the beaches, especially if you like riding enjoyable roads…

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  • The Changeling

    Getting a touring bike to test during the Covid lockdown seemed a little ludicrous. I live in one of the NSW LGA that was restricted to only 5km of travel and not permitted to leave my LGA. So how was I to test this bike?

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  • The Resurrection

    Regular readers will already have read the first two parts of our Triumph feature in the last couple of issues, and now we take a look at the modern years after the company was acquired by John Bloor.

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  • Iron Butt Challenge

    The Iron Butt Challenge is a hard core riding challenge that began years ago in the US. First kicked off by the Iron Butt Association (IBA), an organisation dedicated to safe, long-distance motorcycle riding, it soon grew to having over 60,000 members world-wide, with their main slogan being, ‘The World Is Our Playground’.

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  • The Red Hunter

    It was the sort of incident that you always dread and half expect when riding a classic bike, especially one belonging to somebody else. One moment the Red Hunter had been cruising smoothly along while I enjoyed the pleasantly warm weather and the views of the countryside.

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  • Motorcycle Live

    Known as ‘The UK’s Biggest Motorcycle Show’, and held over nine days in November at the Birmingham NEC, Motorcycle Live has over 100,000 bike enthusiasts pass through its doors every year.

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  • Never Mind It’s Nirvana

    Continuing on from the 30th Anniversary theme from last issue, this month we look at one of the biggest album’s in rock and roll history, Nevermind, by Nirvana.

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  • Inner Self

    I’ve got to be honest here. After working with Aussie Tattoo for twenty years, attending countless tattoo shows all over Australia and New Zealand, I never did quite sort out the difference between tribal and celtic tattoo art.

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  • Rust Never Sleeps

    Sometimes when you want a certain style of bike, you have to look further afield, even as far as overseas, which is exactly what happened to the original owner of this wild custom.

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