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Honda recalls Fireblade over tank leak

Honda Australia has recalled the 2017 CBR1000RR Fireblade over a defective fuel cap seal that may allow fuel to leak from the tank, or water to enter. The official recall notice has been lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission: In the worst case scenario, water entering the fuel …

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Top Mods For The BMW S1000RR

News A few basic mods to tide us over until the new Beemer is released Keep the passion for your current BMW S1000RR alive with some new mods. Because nothing says “true love” like emptying the contents of your wallet.

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Triumph recalls Speed Triples for electrical short

Triumph Motorcycles Australia has recalled the Speed Triple R and Speed Triple S over a possible electrical short and engine stall issue. The notice issued through the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says a bracket may interfere with the link lead. That could damage the outer protective sheathing and over time …

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Why are motorcycle clubs so popular?

New motorcycle clubs continue to spring up and many established clubs are brimming with members. Some riders love the freedom of the open road and being isolated, alone and one with their bike. They ascribe to the Groucho Marx adage: “I don’t care to belong to any club that will …

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Is Indian Motorcycle primed for a learner bike?

Novice riders may be wondering if Indian Motorcycle is gearing up to produce a learner bike based on the Scout flat-track platorm. Speculation follows the runaway success of the Indian FTR750 on the American flat track circuit and the appearace of a production-ready FTR1200 (pictured above) at last week’s EICMA …

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Full-face Hedon Heroine helmet arrives

The Hedon Heroine helmet, the British helmet company’s first full-face model, is finally available in Australia. Hedon helmets are distributed in Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia by Perth company, The Design Collective. Spokesman Chris Burke says Deus ex Machina in Sydney have a collection of Heroine helmets along with www.motofemmes.com and www.motorcyclestuff.com.au. He says there …

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Judges and people agree on best bike

For the first time the people’s choice and the judges choice of best in show have been the same at the Laverda Concours in Brisbane. Winner is Garth Allison with his 1980 Honda CX500 who said it was a “labour of love”. Like the judges and visitors, We also thought …

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Benelli unveils Ducati doppelganger models

Chinese-made and former Italian brand Benelli has introduced a range of new models that seem to be Ducati doppelganger models. It’s not unknown that Chinese manufacturers copy the intellectual property of other manufacturers, but Benelli has not been so blatant in the past. Doppelganger models The new 402S looks like …

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Endurance Is Motorcycle Racing's Last Open Frontier

News The Suzuka 8 Hours is more like an eight-hour sprint than an endurance race, and there are no spec tire or ECU rules The Suzuka 8 Hours is hugely important to the Japanese motorcycle manufacturers, so the factory teams are stacked with MotoGP and WSBK championship riders and the …

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