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.
Trail DIY: 21 tips to run your own multi-day ride
Ever wanted to round up a bunch of mates and go on a multi-day trailride? Most of you probably have at one point or another. For some though, especially those who are new to the sport,
On Any Sunday ADB Issue 431
More shots of our readers doin' their stuff, as featured in ADB August 2015 issue #431
Video Ryan Dungey on how to attack whoops
Robotic as his style has been accused of being, there’s no doubt Mr Ryan Dungey knows how to slice up a set of whoops to help get him to the front of the pack.
Rockhampton Motocross Club, Qld
The Rockhampton Motocross Club, known as RADMX, is the phoenix of the dirt bike world. It recently rose from the debris of cyclone Marcia to fly again.
All engines are go - MX Modifications
Having just pieced together our four-way fork review (July issue), I got to thinking about the possibilities of doing something similar in the engine room.
Oakdale Junior MX Club NSW
Oakdale Junior Motocross Club boasts a full-size MX track on the outskirts of Sydney
Changing a countershaft seal How to (basic)
A countershaft seal can leak because of a build-up of dirt or chain grease. Changing these seals is relatively easy once you know how its done.
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.
Five best and fairest SX riders of all time
With the announcement of Ryan Villopoto’s retirement, come claims the Kawasaki veteran is also amongst the best SX riders of all time. With four 450SX titles in the hotbed of the AMA series
Garry De Wildt Lap with a Legend
His bike always drew a lot of attention at enduros in the late ’70s and early ’80s due to the set up on the handlebar. Garry De Wildt must have been the fastest one-armed enduro rider in Australia.