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.
Trailblazers, Dural, NSW
Trailblazers in Dural, NSW, takes the stress out of teaching the kids to ride
On Any Sunday ADB Issue 428
Some more readers' action shots as featured in ADB issue #428, 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.
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
Ivan Tedesco's KTM 450 SX-F factory ride
We take a close look at Ivan's factory KTM 450 SX-F
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
Full stop How to (basic)
The rear brake is a very handy tool in the bush – here’s how to use yours
Frequently Asked Questions Honda
We answer some of the most frequently asked questions about Honda dirtbikes
Factory bike comparo
Factory bikes are a rare breed. They are the vehicles on which elite athletes chase their championship dreams. These hand-made, custom bikes are the pride and joy of race teams and riders
2015 Suzuki RMX450Z review
For the last few years we have had to endure subpar Japanese 450cc enduro livery. Yamaha have been the only manufacturer game enough to take it to the more polished European machines with the WR450F.
Taking straight ruts How to (pro)
Most motocross tracks have ruts in the turns, but the toughest tracks even get ruts in the straights or leading into a jump like the step up at Mt Kembla motocross track.