USED BIKE: 2015 – 2018 HUSQVARNA FC250
The FC250 is the blood brother of the KTM 250SX-F. They have the same engine, frame, suspension and brakes but the colour is obviously different
FACTORY TEST I DANIEL SANDERS’ HUSQVARNA FE501
Since dominating last year’s AORC, Victoria’s two major enduro title rivals have been playing musical chairs to keep things interesting.
2020 Bell Moto-9 MIPS Review
I was lucky enough to have a Bell Moto-9 as part of my regular kit for two years but, in the past 12 months, I’ve jumped ships a few times to see if the grass was greener.
Bridgestone Battlecross E50 Review
The Battlecross E50 is relatively new to our market, having been released in Australia earlier this year, but Bridgestone says it has combined years of off-road technology development.
FACTORY RIDE: Meghan Rutledge's Kawasaki KX250
We talk to Meghan Rutledge about her Kawasaki KX250 race weapon.
INTERVIEW: TWO-STROKE TRAGIC KERRY
The motorcycling trade is top-heavy with men but Kerry Goddard has made her place.
USED BIKE REVIEW: 2015-2019 KAWASAKI KX85 II
I used to build engines for a privateer Kawasaki team and know these motors back to front. I even spent most of my time as a Junior racing what was then the KX80.
REVIEW: BALLARD’S RATCHET SPANNERS
Ratchet spanners are excellent for those of us with sausage fingers that struggle to line up the spanner with the hex head.
BRIDGESTONE BATTLECROSS E50 REVIEW
I have chewed through a few sets of tyres since getting hold of the Sherco 500SEF and was due for another set after a big week in Alice Springs on the Finke track.
FACTORY TEST I Daniel Milner's KTM 350EXC-F
Last year was one to remember for Victorian Daniel Milner. He dominated the AORC E3 class and won the ‘unofficial’ overall title while winning E3 and the Overall at the A4DE during the season.
AXO Drone Review
The AXO Drone motocross boots probably aren’t what you’d expect an ex-pro to be riding in, considering they’re an entry-level boot costing just $189.95.
REVIEW: Pro Power International two-stroke protection
Dirtbikes are built tougher than woodpecker lips but there are still a few soft spots that can leave you stranded on the trails.