In This Issue

  • The Fink

    The word conjures up images of red dirt, endless whoops, dust that’s finer than talcum powder and a race that’s known to break bikes and their riders. It’s also the last place in the world you would expect to find a Harley-Davidson. This isn’t just any Harley though. This one has pedigree, a history of breaking the rules.

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  • Barney’s Bobber

    The time taken to build a custom bike always varies quite considerably between builders. Some might take just a few months, while others take their time over a couple of years, and then there’s Barney, who has been tinkering with his ride for over four decades now, and it seems he’s finally got it to where he wants it.

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  • Good Time’s Camp Out

    Held South is a social motorcycle club based on the Sunshine Coast and originated through a love of bikes and the shared memories with mates. Like many, their journey into motorcycles began with racing motocross, then when the seriousness surrounding motocross grew old, it soon led them towards Harley’s and a lifestyle they now wouldn’t change for anything.

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  • Breakout Boogie!

    When you constantly work in and around Harley-Davidson motorcycles you really get to know the kind of work you want done to your own bike. Callum is the perfect example of just this as he works alongside the folks at Sunshine Coast H-D, and when he decided to get his second Milwaukee 8 Breakout, he knew exactly what he wanted to do with it.

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  • Classic Meet

    The Shoalhaven Classic Motorcycle Club was first formed back in the year 2000, which initially attracted approximately 60 motorcycle enthusiasts who all joined up. Today the club have around 150 members riding all makes and models of motorcycles, and their numbers continue to grow.

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  • Adios Dusty

    That ‘Little Ol’ Band From Texas’ is no longer! Sadly Dusty Hill recently passed away at the age of 72, and ZZ Top, one of the biggest rock bands in history has played their final gig with the legendary bassist. And although it seems the band will continue, it’ll never be the same without one of their founding members.

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  • Santa Madre

    When Andrew first saw this 1973 FLH Electra Glide, it was a basket case in the true sense of the word. It wasn’t running and with six crates of parts, it didn’t seem too appealing, unless you have a mind like he does, who could already see the potential.

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  • The Bike Shed

    The Bike Shed, Europe’s biggest and best independent annual motorcycle show, on the last bank holiday weekend in May, celebrates the creativity of the new-wave and cafe-racer custom motorcycle culture, with over 200 curated custom motorcycles, live music, art, photography, and hand-made accessories, alongside selected brands, retailers and exhibitors.

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  • The Dominator

    “Extremely high maximum speed. Abundant stamina. Pleasant manners. Traditional Norton handling. Real comfort.” When English magazine Motor Cycling began its test of the new Dominator 650SS with that list of attributes in February 1962, it was clear at once that Norton’s fastest ever production model had made a big impression.

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  • Covid Operations!

    Now whether you think ScoMo’s gumbynut is doing the right thing shutting down the world to save our lives or it’s all just a giant conspiracy to get us to eat more ice cream, fact is things are a tad weird out there.

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  • Fat and Juicy

    Having owned quite a few bikes in the past, which were predominately dirt and sports bikes, Nik decided it was time for a change, and considering he’d always admired V-Rods, he felt his time had finally come to own one.

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