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24 January 2017

1989 Honda CR500

We take a look at the 1989 Honda CR500 that belongs to ADB reader Chris Saurin.

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07 January 2017

Force Protection

We’ve been using Force gear for years and have never had any major issues. They’re a family owned and operated company based in Victoria.

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06 January 2017

MITAS E09 DAKAR

Adventure riding tyres have a few different parameters from competition or trail rubber. An ADV tyre has to handle sealed and unsealed surfaces and give good wear while doing it.

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04 January 2017

GYTR YZ250X 12.1L Fuel Tank

We test the GYTR oversized tank for the Yamaha YZ250X.

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18 December 2016

YCF 50E: Test

Less moving parts, less maintenance and less weight. Electric minibikes have their place and the youngsters aren't complaining.

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11 October 2016

Ready Ramp Cargo Barrier

Ready Ramp is a tri-fold motorcycle ramp that doubles as a cargo cage to keep all your gear secure in the back of your ute.

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05 October 2016

Greasing Linkage Bearings

A new bike comes straight from the factory with little or no grease in the swingarm pivot and linkage bearings.

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03 October 2016

2009-’12 Husaberg FE570

When you start to think about what happened to Husaberg, you can't help get a little disappointed. The Husaberg story goes a little like this:

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30 September 2016

Husaberg TE300

We talk to ADB reader Warrick Fraser about his Husaberg TE300.

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24 September 2016

Tackling Gnarly Tree Roots

Gnarly roots cause trailriders serious heartache. Done wrong they can halt progress quick smart and cause painful crashes. Here’s how to just get them done, until you gain confidence.

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13 September 2016

Motoz Mountain Hybrid Tyre

The Motoz is claimed to have the construction of a trials hoop with the reinforced (four-ply) sidewalls of a motocross tyre to allow the use of low pressures without being restricted to the low speeds

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13 September 2016

Desert King Steg Pegz

When I was preparing for the Finke Desert Race a few years back, the first thing people told me was to get a set of Steg Pegz.