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28 May 2015

Chris Hollis’ CDR Yamaha YZ450F

How can you take a pair of identical bikes and turn them into two completely different animals? That’s what CDR has done with Chris Hollis’s YZ450F AORC weapon and Daniel Reardon’s YZ450F

Features
27 May 2015

Review – Mad Max: Fury Road

ADB Health Editor and motorcross legend, Stephen Gall, was an important member of the crew on Mad Max: Fury Road.

Features
26 May 2015

Gallery: Seven Deadly Sins Trail Ride

We recently sent ADB contributor Stephen ‘Tuffy’ Tuff up to Thredbo to take part in the legendary Seven Deadly Sins trail ride, organised by the guys at Rush Adventure Tours.

Back End
17 May 2015

Krusic's Ride Park, Gippsland, Vic

The newest ride park in Victoria's south-east, Krusic's is developing rapidly.

Back End
17 May 2015

Traction on slippery corners How to (basic)

Knowing how to handle slippery, flat corners will cut seconds off your lap times and help move you to the front of the pack.

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16 May 2015

Kawasaki KX125 (1999-2001)

The KX125 won three straight AMA 125cc National Championships in the hands of superstar Ricky Carmichael from 1997-99 and Kawasaki soon set to work upgrading the production bike.

Back End
16 May 2015

Kawasaki KLX140L review Kid's corner

It's a long way up to a 140 big wheel or Orlando Evans, but he can handle it.

Features
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.