Motorcycle riders universally outraged at TAC "reconstruction ad campaign



The TAC’s “Reconstruction” ad campaign launched on 26thApril 2012 has riders and rider groups in an uproar, almost unanimously describing the ad as prejudicial and deplorable.

Norton to race V4 at the 2012 Isle of Man TT




Landmark agreement on filtering issue


UP TO 750,000 drivers in NSW will be forced to pay at least $150 more for petrol each year

Almost all motorcyclists in NSW and drivers of several popular makes and models, such as all Ford Lasers and many Mazdas made before 2005, will also have to pay more as their vehicles cannot run on ethanol-blended petrol.


2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer

2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer

Triumph Ezine SPIRIT

2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer Specs:


2011 Triumph Speed Triple Comparison

2011 Triumph Speed Triple Comparison

It wouldn’t be a streetfighter comparison withoutTriumph’s Speed Triple. The British bike has defined the class ever since its 1994 debut. Over the years the S3 morphed into icon status, serving as the flagship model of the reborn, Hinkley-basedTriumph. The Speed Triple has also been a perennial favorite of the MotoUSA testing crew, and a regular in our naked motorcycle comparison reviews. For the 2011 model year Triumph revamped its popular Speed Triple in an effort to keep pace with the ever-changing competition in this class. 

Read all about it at MotorcycleUSA here

Easy riders not ready for the roads

the age VICTORIA has a glaring gap in its road-safety regime: the testing and licensing of motorcyclists. As The Age has revealed, the system is regarded as ''a joke'' and ''totally inadequate'' by accredited private providers who conduct testing for VicRoads. Car licences outnumber motorcycle licences 11 to one, but the ratio of car-to-bike fatalities is four to one. Almost one in three deaths and serious injuries among riders involved novice riders. Police note that rider error caused about 70 per cent of trauma crashes, compared with 50 per cent for other drivers. Everything points to inadequate training and testing.

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