Beta Xtrainer 300 Long Term Update #9
Saying goodbye to my Beta Xtrainer brought mixed emotions. On one hand, she’d been a great ride for the past 12 months.
Beta Xtrainer 300 Long Term Update #8
I had been flogging the Beta Xtrainer for a solid 40 hours, after Olly Malone did 29, and it was starting to look a little second hand.
Beta Xtrainer 300 Long Term Update #7
The trailriding crew at ADB have been turning a few people to the dark side lately, most notably Technical Editor Mat Boyd, but I’ve usually stuck to motocross.
Beta Xtrainer 300 Long Term Update #6
The little Beta Xtrainer has been working hard this month. Mitch and I have been getting out every week to explore the Watagans in NSW and discover new trails.
Beta Xtrainer 300 Long Term Update #5
Our Beta Xtrainer long-termer is coming along nicely and this month it took a big step forward with the addition of a tall seat, new rear tyre and linkage guard.
2019 450 Motocross Shootout
The bar has been raised once again, but who gets the chocolates for 2019? Find out in our 2019 450 Motocross shootout.
LONG TERM UPDATE: SHERCO 450SEF-R SIX-DAYS
My time with the Sherco 450SEF-R Six-Days has come to an end and if I was, to sum up, my seven months with the beast in one word, I’d say “surprising”.
FACTORY TEST: Broc Grabham's Gas Gas EC300
Ben Grabham tests his little brother Broc's Gas Gas EC300 race bike.
LONG TERM UPDATE: SWM RS500R Part 9
No matter how you slice it, the SWM RS500R packs a whole lot of dirtbike riding goodness for the admission price – just $8990 plus ORC.
LONG TERM UPDATE: SWM RS500R Part 8
Clubby and his SWM RS500R join the DSMRA crew for their annual Canberra to Tumut trailride.
LONG TERM UPDATE: SWM RS500R Part 5
If there's one thing a big-bore thumper should deliver by the bucket load, it’s roll-on power. The kind of big, fat, juicy grunt that eats up fast and flowing twin-tracks, fire trails and dirt roads.
LONG TERM UPDATE: SWM RS500R Part 4
Three weeks romping about the outback with stops at Longreach (gidday Rocket Rod), Birdsville and the Flinders Ranges should be enough to put a smile on anyone’s dial.