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Leniency on motorcycle edge filtering rule

Queensland is the only state that allows edge filtering on some roads and now riders have been granted further leniency when the speed limit is temporarily changed. Lane filtering was introduced in 2015 under the former Liberal State Government, thanks to lobbying by the Motorcycle Riders Association of Queensland. The …

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Yamaha YZF-R3 learner gets MotoGP makeover

Yamaha has given the popular YZF-R3 learner motorcycle a MotoGP-inspired styling makeover plus LED headlights and hi-spec upside-down forks. We expect the R3 to arrive in the first quarter of 2019. It will be interesting to see if Yamaha Motor Australia can keep the price at a keen $A6299 (plus …

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Toby Price promotes Ride to Work Week

Australia’s first Dakar Rally winner and newly crowned Cross Country Rallies World Champion Toby Price is urging riders to get their bikes out of the garage for Ride to Work Week. Toby is the ambassador for the second national Ride Your Motorcycle to Work Week from October 22-26, 2018, organised by the …

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Ducati Multistrada 1260 Endro unveiled

Ducati has unveiled an enduro version of its Multistrada 1260 with the variable valve engine, a quickhsifter and new styling and colour. The Multistrada 1260 Enduro will be previewed in November at the EICMA fair in Milan and arrive at dealerships starting from early 2019. There is no confirmation when …

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Lane filtering rules vary across borders

Riders crossing state and territory borders should be aware that motorcycle lane filtering rules and penalties vary substantially. This week the ACT joined most of Australia (except NT and WA which is joining soon) with lane-filtering rules after a protracted 30-month trial. However, the rules vary from just over the …

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