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2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S

A new entry-level cruiser from Kawasaki which adds to the famous Vulcan moniker, and which is powered by a 649cc parallel twin

2015 Yamaha YZF-R3

A bigger version of the YZF-R25, and muscling in on the Honda CBR300R and Kawasaki Ninja 300

"A big old fight", says Miller

Jack Miller says it's the best race of his career, and it could not have come at a better time for the 19-year-old from Townsville

Race day coverage: 2014 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

Miller wins Moto3 race over Alex Marquez and Alex Rins to keep his championship hopes alive!

2015 Yamaha YZF-R1

The machine will make its debut at EICMA and, after a long period in its current guise, we expect a completely new bike – bar the name...

GTS 300 Super gains ABS and traction control

Anti-lock braking is finally here for Vespa’s most powerful scooter, as well as the traction control, upgraded front suspension and styling tweaks

New Dragster 800-based MV?

The Varese manufacturer appears to be saving all its wow tickets for EICMA, and one of those could be a new bike based on the Dragster 800

Desmodromic variable timing explained

Variable timing for both the intake and exhaust cams, which will appear on the updated Ducati Multistrada due for release in Milan next month

MotoGP bound? Then read this

Riders on their way to the MotoGP round at Phillip Island take note – a new police operation is targeting motorcyclists, particularly in the east of the state

ADR-approved Suzuki RMX450Z

Over five years since it was first announced, Suzuki has finally delivered a street-legal version of the hard-edged enduro weapon

New Honda dealer in Sydney

Redfern-based Close Motorcycles has joined the company’s dealer network

Six new Tiger 800s!

Triumph is going all out in the middleweight adventure game, in a segment where locally it's being outdone by BMW and the budget-priced brigade

Moto Guzzi V7 Scrambler

Moto Guzzi isn’t going to let Ducati steal all the limelight with its new Scrambler range, and has unveiled a kit of its own to transform the V7 retro machine

2014 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix preview

Chris Vermeulen, the former world supersport champion and WSBK and MotoGP winner, shares his Phillip Island thoughts in the latest ‘Keeping Track’ podcast

Variable valve timing for new Ducati Multistrada

The technology will be applied to the desmodromic valves of the Testastretta 11° engine, but just how it’s been fitted still remains a mystery