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Sex Party candidate supports motorcycle riders

Australian Sex Party Senate candidate Dr Meredith Doig Consistent national road rules across state borders, scrapping anti-association laws, and introducing a motorcycle safety month are among the election initiatives of Australian Sex Party (ASXP) Senate candidate Dr Meredith Doig. Meredith is a long-time rider, former Secretary of the Federation of Australian …

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Harley turns up in golf course dam

When a Brisbane golf course superintendent lowered the dam level he expected to find heaps of golf balls and maybe a club or two, but never a 2008 Harley-Davidson Softail Rocker. Craig Clarke, of McLeod Golf Course, said he lowered the dam last week to stock up the holding dam and couldn’t believe his eyes …

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Braking Terms Explained | Ask the Geek

Tech The Geek talks about radial-mount, radial pump, and monoblock brakes Wonder what a radial-mount, radial-pump, and monoblock brakes are? And why they are better than other brakes? You are not alone.

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Brough Superior sells for auction record

A rusted 1932 Brough Superior 800cc Model BS4 Project motorcycle lost for more than 50 years has sold at the 28th annual Bonhams Stafford Sale for £331,900 ($A623,946/$US480,196), setting a new world auction record for the brand. It is also the sixth most expensive bike sold at auction and a …

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Canberra Blanket Run aids homeless

[youtube] Riders are asked to bring old motorcycle jackets as donations for the 35th annual Blanket Run to aid homeless in the nation’s cold capital city on Saturday May 14, 2016. The Motorcycle Riders Association of the ACT (MRA ACT) has been supporting the Salvation Army and raising money …

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Alpinestars Technical Road Collection – New Products

Gear Alpinestars announces three more products to its Spring Road Collection Alpinestars announces three more products to its Spring Road Collection. SMX-1 Vented Boots, SP Air Glove, and Devon Airflow Jacket are in the line-up.

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How riders should deal with road rage

Most riders have experienced aggressive, inconsiderate, rude, uneducated, distracted, dangerous and plain incompetent drivers on the road, but there is no point in road rage. Motorcyclists are vulnerable road users and in road rage situations, we can often come off second-best. In an incident on April 13 at 5.40pm on …

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Anzac Day tribute to military motorcycles

Royal Engineers on the beaches of Gallipoli On the 101st anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli this Anzac Day, riders should take note the significant role played by motorcycles and their riders on that occasion and in many other conflicts since. As the above image shows, motorcycles were present on the …

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