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Police admit errors in exhaust noise sign

An information sign about motorcycle noise testing that has been posted at two Queensland police stations is incorrect. Queensland police have admitted there are errors in the sign, but say specialist officers have been fully trained in roadside noise testing and have been doing the tests since 2002. This follows …

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MV Agusta sports tourer adds automatic mode

MV Agusta have revealed its 2018 Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso SCS where those three letters stand for Smart Clutch System allowing the rider to use a conventional clutch to change gears or ride in automatic mode. Apart from a beautiful transparent transmission cover talking point, MV say SCS adds no …

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Should we join International Ride to Work Day?

International Ride to Work Day on 18 June 2018 is designed to emphasise to other road users and the authorities how many of us there are, yet Australia does not take part. Instead, we have separate state-based “Ride to Work” events at various times of the year and a national Ride …

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Tips for buying a used motorcycle to suit your budget

Buying a used motorcycle can be exciting as you can choose between a wide variety of models, colours, and features to find the best possible set of wheels your budget allows. However, there are many dishonest sellers out there who will try to overcharge you. This article will address how …

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Unique Himalayan Motorcycle Adventure

India is a country founded on thousands of years of history with numerous intersecting religions, cultures, cuisines, and more. These qualities combine for an enthralling experience that will be unlike anywhere you have visited in the past. Exploring this destination on two wheels only deepens the experience, and motorcycle tours …

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Prince William’s princely time at Isle of Man TT

Prince William’s love of motorcycles was evident during his visit to the Isle of Man TT this week. The Ducati-owning Duke of Cambridge and his newly married brother, Harry, both love motorcycles, but their wives and father have all expressed concern about their hobby. The Royal brothers have ridden across …

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Lack of motorbike noise testing facilities

In the wake of recent fines for motorcycle exhaust noise and the controversy of roadside testing procedures, another issue that unfairly affects riders in some states is the lack of testing stations. Longtime motorcycle advocate Wayne Carruthers asks how riders can access test stations, particularly in country areas of NSW, …

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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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