WORLD LAUNCH I 2020 HUSQVARNA ENDUROS
My journey to the MY20 Husqvarna enduro launch in Finland was always going to be a big one, as I was starting from Alice Springs.
TRAIL TEST | SWM RS500R
The RS500R is an absolute tractor. The six-speed DOHC beast pulls hard in any gear but is still rideable.
JUNIOR MX COMPARO | 85cc MOTOCROSS
It’s a kids’ dream come true, so we had no trouble gathering a talented but diverse bunch of testers to give us their expert opinions on what’s hot in the 85cc class.
Just Started #1 | TRIALS RIDING
It’s pretty easy to sum up my off-road riding experience. It started with the gravel driveway at a mate’s place … and that was it!
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.
QUICK REVIEW: 2019 SHERCO 250SEF FACTORY
The Euro and Japanese manufacturers have reached a level that makes it hard for one bike to truly stand out, but Sherco has come pretty close with its 250SEF Factory.
World Launch I 2020 KTM EXCs
It had been three years since the Austrian outfit overhauled its enduro range for MY17 (ADB #442) so we were anticipating big changes for the 2020 KTM EXC range.
FACTORY RIDE: Graham Jarvis' 2020 Husqvarna TE300i
Graham Jarvis is the king of hard enduro and at 44-years-old the British rider is showing no signs of stopping.
2020 Sherco Enduro Range TESTED
ADB Tech Editor Mat Boyd was in Italy to test the new range of 2020 Sherco Racing and Factory enduro models and he wasn't disappointed.
USED BIKE REVIEW: 2007 – 2011 YAMAHA WR250F
The WR250F is Yamaha’s smallest road-legal enduro weapon. It is not as big and heavy as the 450 and the power is much easier to manage on tight trails.
BIKE COMPARISON | Beta RR200 v RR480
Motorcyclists have been arguing the toss between two-strokes and four-strokes and big-bore versus small- bore since they first strapped an engine to a frame and called it a motorcycle.
OLD TIN: 2000 KTM 300EXC - THREE-DIMENSIONAL 300
"It’s that three-dimensional, smooth surge of power that makes the bike so versatile and rideable in the hands of so many different riders.