MX Nats bLU cRU Managers Review Maitland
Maitland in the Hunter Valley came alive on the weekend as the MX Nationals rolled into town for round seven in the championship and all three classes are at a pivotal point in the series.
USED BIKE REVIEW: 2014-2017 KTM 300EXC
The 300cc two-stroke seems to have become the bike of choice for anyone getting into the hard-enduro craze. So this month we will take a look at the KTM 300EXC.
INTERVIEW: Billy Bolt - Racing His Way Back From Injury
For defending World Enduro Super Series champion Billy Bolt 2019 has so far been a difficult road of recovery.
INTERVIEW I HAYDEN MELLROSS
Hayden Mellross is living and breathing MX but served his apprenticeship in an unusual way.
REVIEW: Sherco 300 SE-R vs 300 SE Factory
We test Sherco's 300 SE-R and range-topping 300 SE Factory back-to-back to see whether the Factory's $1900 premium is worth it.
FACTORY RIDE: MAXIMUS PURVIS YAMAHA YZ250F
We talk to WBR Yamaha's Max Purvis about his YZ250F racebike, then get team manager Travis Whitten's take on working with young-gun Purvis.
HARD ENDURO I KOSCIUSZKO KILLER
The site for the Killer hard enduro was a 1300-acre beef farm bordered by the Murray River and owned by Tom Lebner and his wife Sally Permezel, who generously allowed Grassroots Enduro to use it.
2019 Kawasaki KLX450R Review
Back in 2007 Kawasaki introduced its KLX450R to the enduro market. At the time, the specifications were very similar to its competitors in the 450 enduro class.
INTERVIEW: Andy Wilksch on Hattah
Motorcycling Australia sits down with Motul Pirelli Sherco Off-Road Team Andy Wilksch to chat about Hattah and his plans for the remaining 2019 season.
USED BIKE REVIEW: 2008-2011 Kawasaki KX450F
If you're in the market for a pre-owned Kawasaki KX450F here are some key things you need to know.
INTERVIEW: Josh Green - It’s Greener On The Other Side: Part One
Josh Green chats with Motorcycling Australia in the lead-up to the 22nd edition of the Penrite Hattah Desert Race.
BMW F850GSA RALLYE Review
“I’m not sure I can do that!” I said nervously to snapper Dean Walters when he pointed to a new spot on the embankment.