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Desierto5 puts new face on BMW adventurers

Touratech have developed a Desierto5 front fairing for the latest generation of the BMW R 1200 GS and the R 1200 GS Adventure. The German adventure accessory company says the Desierto5 front fairing not only presents a unique look, but also improves weather protection. It costs $1605.72 and is available …

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Shoei Ex-Zero joins retro helmet trend

Japanese helmet manufacturer Shoei has joined the trend toward retro full-face helmets with their new Ex-Zero. The manufacturer says it will be available worldwide from July. Prices are not yet released for Australia, but in the UK it will cost from £359.99 for a solid colour and £413.99 for the graphic …

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5 tips for inexpensive UK bike insurance

Everybody would love to have inexpensive bike insurance, but how do you get lower premiums? The following are five simple tips you can use to help British riders save money on their bike insurance. 1.  Use your garage Garaging your bike at home is one of the better ways to …

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Indian and Victory celebrate Independence Day

Australian riders can celebrate American Independence Day with a sale of Victory and Indian bikes and gear starting today (Saturday, July 1) until July 7, 2017. The four Polaris-owned stores in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth will host free barbecues today along with a stack of special discounts on Indian and …

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KTM Super Duke GT matches weight

The new KTM 1290 Super Duke GT touring sports bike has semi-active suspension that matches suspension settings to rider and luggage weight. The clever tourer arrives in Australia at $26,995 plus on-road costs, making the it their most expensive bike along with the 1290 Super Adventure. For the launch, KTM Australia …

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Do you name your motorbikes?

Do you have a name for your motorbike or refer to it as a male or female? You are not alone! I’ve never named a bike, probably because I’ve never held on to them for anything more than a couple of years. Had I named any of my bikes, I …

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Are satellite speed cameras coming?

This photo of a “Sat-Cam” two-way fixed speed camera unit on a “speed trial” on Mt Mee Rd northwest of Brisbane has many riders perplexed. Satellite cameras, which combine number plate reading technology with a global positioning satellite receiver, can measure average speed over long distances. They have been trialled in the UK, …

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