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Aprilia adds 900 to Shiver and Dorsoduro

Aprilia has added a new 900cc V-twin to the new Dorsoduro supermotard and the Shiver naked bike (pictured above) and released prices for Australia. The Dorsoduro comes in silver and red for $15,790 plus on-road costs and the Dorsoduro is available in silver or “forest green” for $15,190. The former …

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Do you prefer a backpack or sissy bar bag?

Do you prefer to wear a backpack for your daily commute or use a sissy bar bag? Now you can swap them around as the mood takes you with the Viking Sissy Bar Backpack for just $US99.99 (down from $149) plus postage. Click here to shop now. A backpack gives …

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Gloves worn under or over the cuff?

Do you wear your gauntlet gloves under or over your jacket cuff? While most gauntlet gloves are made to be worn over the cuff, some riders like a tight gauntlet so they can pull the cuff over the top of the glove. Harley-Davidson has now released a special all-weather glove …

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Crash ends Stuart Ball’s record crossing attempt

Intrepid Queensland adventure motorcyclist Stuart Ball has crashed out of his second attempt to set a sub-70-hour west-east motorcycle crossing of Australia. However, he is well and determined to give it another go. “It’s never over,” he told us this morning. “It knocks you for six when it does fail, …

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Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 from RSD

Ducati continues to grow its most-popular Scrambler family with the Mach 2.0 which the Italian company commissioned from LA custom house Roland Sands Design. The Mach 2.0 was unveiled at the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz in June and is named after the 1965 Ducati Mach 1 250. Ducati Australia has confirmed …

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Let riders decide, says Lib Dem Senator

Riders should decide their own levels of safety equipment and riding gear, says Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm A Senator since 2014, he is also an avid rider. David addressed the first anti-VLAD protest in 2013, produced this video of his party’s motorcycle issues and drafted a motorcycle policy for the …

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Bookings extended for Tassie Black Dog Ride

Bookings for the annual Black Dog Ride that this year heads to Tassie instead of the Red Centre have been extended. Organisers have secured an extension for the Spirit of Tasmania ferry crossings, which means registrations for full rides to Hobart are now open until September 15. If you can’t …

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Royal Enfield has top bid to buy Ducati

Royal Enfield has increased its bid to buy Ducati to a reported €1.8 billion despite the Volkswagen board hung on a decision to sell the Italian motorcycle company. Indian automotive company Eicher Motors, who own Royal Enfield, have always been interested in buying the company since calls of interest were …

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