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On Any Sunday director Bruce Brown dies

Bruce Brown, director of perhaps the greatest motorcycle film of all time, On Any Sunday, has died of natural causes, aged 80. The Academy Award nominated 1971 film was marked by the honesty and naive humour of Bruce’s narration. It kickstarted millions of riders in the ‘70s and is still …

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Melbourne Toy Run hits 40th milestone

Up to 10,000 people are expected to participate in the 40th annual Melbourne Motorcycle and Classic Car Toy Run on Sunday (December 17, 2017) at Tabcorp Park in Melton. Victorian Motorcycle Council chairman Rob Salvatore says the “traditional annual motorcycle charity toy run is an institution in Melbourne”. He estimates …

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Vie Fit Bluetooth earplugs suit riders

There are a lot of Bluetooth earplugs hitting the market, but they are heavy and bulky and uncomfortable under a motorcycle helmet. These Japanese Vie Fit earplugs look like being a lot more suitable. The company launched an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign that surpassed its target seven-fold, so they are set …

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Sport Rider Covers From 1994

News Delving into the first full year of SR magazine Sport Rider magazine filled the 1994 newsstands with fantastic comparisons and battles between some of the best motorcycles of the industry.

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‘Train engineers on riders’ road needs’

Civil engineers should be trained in the special needs of riders for safe road construction and maintenance, says a longtime motorcycle advocate. The recommendation is one of several in a paper written by former No 1 member of the Motorcycle Riders Association of Australia Rodney Brown and presented to Victorian …

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Final Temporary Australians screens

The final series of Temporary Australians premieres on Saturday January 27 2018 on 7mate at 10am with a special tribute to the late Greg Hirst. The TV series was started in 2008 by “Hirsty” who passed away on June 6, 2017, from complications after surgery. Thousands attended his funeral in …

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