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14 May 2015

Wild Ride of the Month: Kamfari 2015 Gallery

In our first web exclusive ‘Wild Ride of the Month’ we head to the Top End for the 44th running of the legendary Kamfari mud race.

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11 May 2015

KTM 450 SX (2004-07)

The 2004 KTM 450SX started out as a single-overhead-camshaft engine with a kickstarter but by 2007 had been that had been transformed into a DOHC, electric-start motor.

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09 May 2015

Bagett's 2015 Suzuki RM-Z450 Factory Ride

We take a close look at Blake Baggett's 2015 Suzuki RM-Z450

Features
06 May 2015

Exclusive: Chad Reed interview

It’s been an eventful year for Chad Reed. Coming into the season, no one counted him out for a title run but we knew, and he knew, it was going to be tough.

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04 May 2015

Honda CR125 (2002-04)

The CR125 was never the most desirable bike. The aluminium chassis was described as one of the best handling 125 chassis of all time but riders complained that the CR didn’t have enough power.

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02 May 2015

Trailblazers, Dural, NSW

Trailblazers in Dural, NSW, takes the stress out of teaching the kids to ride

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01 May 2015

On Any Sunday ADB Issue 428

Some more readers' action shots as featured in ADB issue #428, May 2015

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01 May 2015

Removing a difficult broken bolt Tricks of the trade

Removing a broken bolt can be difficult but when you happen to snap an Ezy-out inside the bolt it becomes an even harder job to rectify the issue.

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11 April 2015

Scrubbing jumps How to (pro)

The idea of scrubbing is to save time, not thrill the crowds, as ADB Motocross Editor demonstrates in this sequence

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09 April 2015

Ivan Tedesco's KTM 450 SX-F factory ride

We take a close look at Ivan's factory KTM 450 SX-F

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07 April 2015

Health Knee Injuries

Like it or not, knee injuries are extremely common with nearly all sports, especially motorcycling. If you haven’t had a knee injury, you know people who have

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07 April 2015

Full stop How to (basic)

The rear brake is a very handy tool in the bush – here’s how to use yours