2016 Suzuki RM-Z 450
Suzuki's enjoyed success in the 450cc motocross class in recent years so it’s no surprise the 2016 RM-Z 450 has received minimal changes
SWM RS650R: Dualsport Test
SWM has made a welcome return to the dirtbike market, but not with the same fare that sent it broke in 1984.
First ride 2016 Husky Motocrossers
Husqvarna’s 2016 motocross bikes have broken cover at Budds Creek, Maryland in the US and Lee Hogan was there. The temperatures were soaring but the new Huskies were even hotter.
2015 Suzuki RM85L review
Suzuki’s RM85 is big, bold and yellow, and as Jai Constantinou discovered, it’s not a bad little jigger straight out of the box.
2014 Husaberg FE 501 VS 2014 KTM 300 EXC
With the new KTM and Husqvarna enduro models due any time soon, we thought the time was right to take a look back to April 2014 where we pitted the KTM EXC 300 against the Husaberg FE 501.
2011 KTM 250 SX-F
While everyone was doing cartwheels over KTM’s revolutionary new 350 SX-F back in 2011, ADB took a closer look at KTM’s brilliant 2011 Lites class machine.
KTM Freeride vs Beta X-Trainer
Extreme enduro or amateur apple? What do these two machines have in common and where's their place in the market?
Chris Hollis’ CDR Yamaha YZ450F
How can you take a pair of identical bikes and turn them into two completely different animals? That’s what CDR has done with Chris Hollis’s YZ450F AORC weapon and Daniel Reardon’s YZ450F
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.
Toby Price's KTM 500 EXC Desert Bike
Toby Price is undeniably one of the greatest dirt bike talents Australia has produced. Not because he’s one a bunch of off-road titles but because he’s also won a bunch of desert titles
Comparison 300-400cc Four-stroke enduros
With many manufacturers competing for sales, and a vast range of machines on the market, enduro fanatics are truly spoilt for choice.