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Crows Nest takes the cake with riders

Mon, 06/03/2017 - 11:00am

A couple of hundred riders rolled into the tiny town of Crows Nest yesterday to cut a cake and celebrate the town’s new status as Motorcycle Friendly.

The celebration included the usual political speeches, cutting an official cake, motorcycle stalls and a couple of scenic rides through the region.

The local soft drink company also made a special Biker’s Brew non-alcoholic drink for the day which tastes a bit like bourbon and cola. It was offered free to all riders!

As part of the usual political speak, the Federal Member for Maranoa, David Littleproud, said such motorcycle friendly projects deserve support.

“This is a project you can be very proud of and that the Australian Government should support as part of their tourism focus,” he said in a statement read out at the launch as the Member was travelling with the Prime Minister.

We’ve asked him what he means by his comments and await a response. By “support” does he mean “funding”?

The crowd listens to the political speak

However,  it would be welcome if more tourism focus was shone on motorcycle tourism and funding made available to local motorcycle friendly groups.

Official estimates of the average daily spend by riders is $160 for fuel, food, drinks, accommodation etc.

Multiply that by the thousands of riders who travel into these small communities each weekend!

The rider tourism dollar is very important in these rural communities and it is about time governments at all levels started to pay attention and offer funding support.

A lot of money is spent on enticing other tourists to discover Australia, but there are scant resources directed to attracting more riders.

It was also comforting to hear the support from Councillor Anne Glasheen of Toowoomba Regional Council.

Of course, she supports the project – she and her husband, Bob, are prolific motorcycle tourists, judging by the road grime on their well-used metric cruisers.

Anne and Bob with their bikes

But cutting a cake and delivering political speeches does not advance the cause of the motorcycle tourist.

We need more politicians like Anne to ride or at least make themselves aware of motorcycle tourism.

Then they will understand the advantages of riding to the economy and its effect on pollution, traffic congestion and parking problems.

Unfortunately, a challenge last year to politicians to ride, pillion or learn more about motorcycles failed.

What is needed is for more towns, shires and regions to declare themselves motorcycle friendly. That sort of grass-roots support should attract the attention of politicians.

Then the tide could start to change in our favour.

Meanwhile, congratulations to the residents of Crows Nest who have worked hard to make their town Motorcycle Friendly.

They join other Motorcycle Friendly towns and shires: Glamorgan Spring Bay, Tasmania (July 2007); Texas, Queensland (July 2013); Wauchope, New South Wales (November 2016); and the Avon Valley region in Western Australia which stages its official launch on April 23, 2017.

The latter seems to be doing an exemplary job of becoming motorcycle friendly. They will have motorcycle friendly signs, noticeboards and brochures as well as a website that lists more than 100 local motorcycle-friendly cafes, restaurants, accommodation and attractions.

There are also rider-only discounts available through their Facebook page.

This is a great effort, thanks to the hard work and financial support of Avon Tourism, the Motorcycle Riders Association of WA and a $16,180 allocation from the Wheatbelt Development Commission’s 2016, Royalties for Regions supported and local councils.

More areas are also considering the move to motorcycle friendly status. The most recent is the South Burnett Regional Council which has agreed to discuss the issue at its next council meeting.

Let’s hope it backs up its support with appropriate funding like the Avon Region.

There currently is no official process to declare a town motorcycle friendly as there is with becoming RV Friendly. Check out their criteria here.

However, it is believed that may change in the future.

By the way, the Crows Nest Motorcycle Friendly Town cake and Biker’s Brew were both delicious!

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How to overtake on a motorcycle

Mon, 06/03/2017 - 5:00am

One of the great joys and advantages of riding a motorcycle is being able to quickly, efficiently and safely overtake slower vehicles.

However, there are right and wrong ways to do it.

It would seem like a fairly simple task, but many riders get it wrong from both safety and legal issues.

Many riders follow too closely before overtaking, pass too closely to the vehicle and cut in too soon in front.

Following distance

We have already covered reasons riders tailgate other motorists.

READ ABOUT FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY

There is no need to follow closely to overtake quickly.

You can sit a safe distance behind a vehicle and, thanks to the rapid acceleration of a motorcycle, overtake them in a short space of time.

Sitting back from a vehicle allows them to see your headlight in their mirrors.

It’s a good idea to switch wheel tracks a couple of times or gently weave around in your lane so the driver is alerted to your presence.

Another reason not to follow too closely is that it obscures your forward vision.

Sit further back and you will be able to see a longer and safer distance down the road to check for oncoming traffic and other obstacles such as road surface problems, stray livestock or wildlife.

Wheel tracks Move to the right wheel track

Before overtaking, move to the driver’s side wheel track, a little outside the edge of the vehicle in front.

This will put you in the driver’s wing mirror, give you a good vision of the road ahead and allow approaching traffic to see you.

You not only need to scan the road ahead for approaching traffic and obstacles, but also for turnoffs.

These can be side streets or property entrances that the driver may suddenly decide to take without indicating.

Passing manoeuvre

Before overtaking, check your own mirrors to see if you are being overtaken!

Start your indicators for a couple of seconds before moving, but don’t wait too long or other traffic may believe you have accidentally hit your indicators.

When you start to overtake, move immediately into the farthest wheel track from the vehicle.

Don’t sit in the closest wheel track as you will be in the driver’s blind spot.

Too close!

Riding in the farthest wheel track from the vehicle you are overtaking gives you the biggest buffer in case the driver decides to overtake a vehicle in front of them or suddenly turns across in front of you.

Also, if the vehicle you are passing has a blowout, you will be farther away from any shrapnel.

Even the farthest wheel track may still be in the driver’s blind spot, so you need to accelerate swiftly up to the point where you are right alongside the driver.

Now that the driver has seen you, start moving into the closer wheel track while you accelerate past.

While you should avoid speeding, I would rather break the law and speed for a short time and clear the vehicle than sit alongside for a long period as you crawl past.

The shortest time you can spend heading toward oncoming traffic, the better and safer!

When you start to move in, it is a legal requirement to indicate again.

Cutting back in

I’ve seen many riders cut in sharply after overtaking a vehicle.

Sometimes it is done in anger or frustration after being held up by an inconsiderate driver.

However, there is no point in road rage. Besides, it is illegal to cut in close on a vehicle you have passed.

Once in front of the vehicle, stay in the driver’s wheel track and claim the lane.

However, if you are being followed in your overtaking manoeuvre by another motorcycle, move int the passenger wheel track to allow the other rider to slip in quickly.

When you’ve passed, don’t slow down. Continue to ride at your faster pace, having regard for the speed limits, of course!

Passing another motorcycle

It is legal in many jurisdictions to pass a motorcycle in the same lane.

In fact, it may also be legal in your area for two motorcycles to share a lane and for a third to overtake in that lane.

However, three motorcycles beside each other in one lane is dangerous.

Since riders often move from wheel track to wheel track within a lane, it is important that the rider you are about to pass knows you are there.

Maybe give them a quick honk on the horn to alert them.

Undertaking

Avoid undertaking. It is illegal in many countries — for good reason — even on multi-lane roads.

While motorists on multi-lane highways may expect people to pass on the driver’s side, they may not be aware of a bike passing on the passenger side and may suddenly move over on you.

Similarly, riders won’t expect another rider to pass up the inside, especially in the same lane!

Thank-you wave

I often give the driver of the vehicle I have passed a polite wave.

It’s not only good karma, but it might also prevent them from tailgating you.

It might also make them more aware of motorcycles and more likely to move over or slow down to let riders overtake in the future.

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What should you buy as your first bike?

Sun, 05/03/2017 - 4:00pm

Selecting your first bike is important as a good experience will lead to a lifetime of joy, while a bad experience may end your two-wheel career.

I’m often asked by young people what bike they should buy first up.

Thankfully, there is a wide choice now with the Learner-Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS).

However, the options they give me lead me to believe they want me to make a lifestyle choice for them, rather tell them which is the best of a particular type.

For example, I was asked by a young wannabe rider whether they should buy a Kawasaki Ninja 300 or a Kawasaki Versys 650L.

Clearly they were in love with the lime green brand, but their problem was the type of bike and riding they wanted to do.

Instead, I expected he would ask which is the best in the 300cc sports bike range or which is the best learner-approved adventure bike.

My answer to this question would have been that it really doesn’t matter. Bikes these days are pretty close on spec and very competitive on price.

Often, it will come down to your choice of brand.

If you really want that exotic brand such as Ducati, Harley or BMW, you are in luck as they all have LAMS options.

So here are my five tips:

1 BRANDS

Don’t buy a cheap Asian knockoff model. Buy a known brand with a reputation for reliability, a good dealer network and warranty support.

During the scooter craze about a decade ago, a lot of cheap Chinese scooters flooded the market. They broke down and were discarded and a lot of would-be riders are now driving cars instead.

2 PRICE

Get the cheapest of the known brands.

Sadly, you are likely to drop your bike or damage it in some way, even if it’s scuffing the tank with your belt buckle or the triple clamp with your keyring.

Veteran riders know not to do this, but you are bound to make some basic errors which leave your bike damaged.

Better to damage a cheaper bike than an expensive one.

Besides, you may only keep your learner bike a year or two before moving up.

That’s not because you will outgrow your bike.

LAMS bikes are up to 650cc and may suit you for some time. However, you may change your mind about what sort of riding you want to do or you may seek a more powerful bike.

And don’t blow your entire budget on the bike. You’ll need about $2000 for decent riding gear and insurance which will be hefty as you are a novice rider!

3 HEIGHT

Good riding training will inspire confidence on just about any bike height.

However, most novices feel more comfortable on a bike that is low enough for them to put both feet flat on the ground when stopped.

Check out our guide to seat heights:

What are the lowest motorbike seats?

You should also sit on the bike before buying. Two bikes with the same seat height will feel different. A narrower seat will make it easier to touch the ground.

4 WEIGHT

Just as a low height can inspire confidence, so will a lighter bike.

Check the tech specs of the bikes you are considering and lean toward the lightest.

Again, like the seat, two bikes with the same weight can feel different.

A cruiser with a lower centre of gravity will actually feel lighter and have better balance than a sports or adventure bike with a higher centre of gravity.

2017 Harley-Davidson Street 500 5 PURPOSE

Get it clear in your mind what you want to do with your bike.

Is it for commuting, cafe “racing”, showing off to your mates, touring, adventuring through the bush or weekend rides in the mountains.

There are bikes suitable for each purpose. There are also multi-purpose bikes that all do several of these, but they will always be a compromise.

CONCLUSION

Ask a friend or send us an email. Seek the advice of more mature riders, rather than your peers.

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Virtual reality threatens motorcycles

Sun, 05/03/2017 - 5:00am

Virtual reality computer games may just spell the end of motorcycles as they prevent young people from throwing a leg over a motorcycle.

Rather than playing games, true riders would prefer to be riding, cleaning their bike, maintaining it, reading about bikes in a mag or on this website, or dreaming about their next bike.

However, it must be getting more and more difficult to get kids on to bikes when computer games are now so realistic and virtual reality is now so affordable.

Why run the risks of falling off or being t-boned by a SMIDSY idiot when you can sit in the safety and comfort of your bedroom and get your virtual knee down?

Unrealistic and wrong

Computer games have never moved me. I just don’t get it.

Recently, I was completing a Sudoku on my iPad — it’s not a game, but a mental exercise! — when an ad appeared for some computer game where you use your finger to move things around a battlefield.

This is supposed to be fun?

In what parallel universe is that any fun?

I’ve also played several motorcycle computer games, but, try as they might, the programs are just not realistic.

They are also often wrong.

For example, the screen rotating from side to side while you corner is simply wrong. You should always keep your head vertical when cornering and let your body and the bike lean!

Don’t these programmers even ride?

Unrealistic racing game Virtual reality

Anyway, that is old-style gaming. Virtual reality has virtually changed the whole game.

Now gamers can totally immerse themselves.

They can race on the world’s greatest circuits next to Valentino Rossi, ride trails through the Rockies and perform stunts greater than Robbie Maddison.

And now prices have been dropped by about a third, making them much more accessible!

Oculus Rift virtual reality drops price

Ok, virtual reality gamers don’t cop the wind blast, the heat on their legs from the headers, the whiff of unspent fuel, the vibe from the engine, the G forces of an endo, the gut-churning feeling of hitting gravel mid-corner, or the sheer childish thrill of performing a wheelie outside the cop shop.

So how are we ever going to get these youngsters hooked on riding?

We desperately need the younger generation to become motorcyclists or the research and development for new models will dry up!

So I give thanks to the hipsters of the world.

MBW and a hipster

They may not be into bikes for the same reasons we were at their age, but at least they are into them and not sitting in their bedrooms playing with themselves … or gaming against opponents online!

At least chopping and dicing a motorcycle into a brat street tracker or scrambler cannot be attained on a computer screen.

Or can it?

  • What motorcycle computer games do you play and are they realistic? Leave your comments below.

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KTM 390 Duke adds tech and style

Sat, 04/03/2017 - 4:00pm

The 2017 KTM 390 Duke arrival in Australia has been pushed back to late May. It will cost an extra $990, but will have more tech features and stunning styling like its biggest brother.

The new model is now $6995 (+ on road costs), but has a host of changes.

They include: bigger 13.5-litre metal fuel tank up from 11 litres, a new orange and white trellis frame, ride-by-wire throttle, TFT instrument display, LED headlight, larger 320mm front disc brake, new exhaust and looks more like the biggest and baddest naked KTM, the 1290 Super Duke.

The 390 Duke has sadly never reached its potential in Australia, although last year, it increased sales 28.2% to 391, while KTM road bikes also showed a spike of 22.2% to 1656.

It sits behind the Yamaha MT-03 but ahead of the Honda CB500F.

That could change with the 2017 model which has sharper and bolder styling highlighted by the 20-piece LED headlight replacing the old halogen light. It also has a more modern LED taillight.

KTM has also improved the ergonomics with a bigger rider saddle section.

Apart from the styling, the biggest attraction is the longer range from the now-metal fuel tank.

Together with the more comfortable saddle it means longer trips aboard the new bike.

KTM claims the ride-by-wire throttle and Bosch engine management give better fuelling and throttle response.

Braking is also improved with a 320mm front disc and there is now a slipper clutch to prevent rear wheel lock-ups under downshifts.

Otherwise, the six-speed transmission and 375cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine are the same with 32kW and 37Nm of torque.

It now comes with a TFT instrument display rather than the old digital instruments, plus handlebar-mounted controls and KTM’s My Ride app to allow you to connect to an android phone to the bike.

However, it remains to be seen whether this budget novice end of the market wants all that hi-tech and a premium price tag.

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Marc Marquez scooters in the snow

Sat, 04/03/2017 - 5:45am

Triple MotoGP champion Marc Marquez has taken to the snow again and this time, not on an RC213V-S race bike, but this time on a scooter!

Marc rode the specially equipped Honda X-ADV adventure through the snow at Hahnenkamm mountain in Kitzbuehel, Austria.

The adventure scooter was unveiled last year at the Milan motorcycle show and is now confirmed for European markets.

However,  the X-ADV won’t be coming to Australia. At least for now.

Honda Motorcycles Australia spokesperson Kristy Ganter says “I can advise that currently there are no plans to release this model in  Australia”.

That doesn’t mean it won’t ever come here. They may test the market first.

The X-ADV is claimed to have a tough chassis, long-travel suspension, four-piston radial-mount brakes and a 745cc twin-cylinder engine driving through Dual Clutch Transmission.

It is also equipped with a five-level adjustable screen, underseat storage space for an off-road style helmet, hand guards, rally-style instrument display, centre stand, and the Honda Smart Key system.

Of course, this one had snow tyres!

It follows Marc Marquez’s recent ride on the RC213V-S.

What’s next for the triple champ; a ski jump on a Honda Lead?

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Desert record holder aims for 2018 Dakar

Sat, 04/03/2017 - 5:00am

A Brisbane teacher who is the record holder for a double crossing of the Simpson Desert in a single day is heading to the United Arab Emirates to prepare for the 20-18 Dakar Rally.

Trevor Wilson, 26, joined Scott Britnell last year for his assault on the record. Scott crashed, but he encouraged Trevor to continue.

Trevor and Scott before their desert crossing

Trevor eventually became the record holder for the one-day ride from Birdsville to Mt Dare and back with just 22 minutes to spare. 

His GPS and both trip meters broke on the return leg, he missed the second backup fuel drop after skipping the first to save time and ran out of fuel 15km from town then used half a cup full that was left sloshing in the bottom of the fuel bladder to nurse into town.

Now the Simpson Desert record holder is heading to the UAE for the 2500km Desert Challenge from March 29-April 6, to qualify for the Dakar and as part of his gruelling preparation and training.

Watch Trevor’s training video put together by Nathan Reed.

“For the past three months I have been flying down to Newcastle each weekend to train in the sand dunes on Stockton Beach to prepare myself for the conditions,” he says.

“We have been out in the heatwave on 41C days training intentionally in the heat, heading into the mountains doing 600km navigational road books to prepare for navigation, running along the sand dunes to increase our fitness.”

He also runs and does weights every weekday, cycles every other day and rides from 3am before work.

“Every hour has been used to prepare the best of my ability to compete well,” he says. 

Trevor says he has dreamed of competing in the Dakar since he was a child.

“Ever since I was a child I would watch the Dakar Rally on SBS and I always had a dream of seeing myself on the podium to start the rally,” he says.

He has entered with the race team HT Rally Raid and will ride a KTM 450 Rallye Factory Replica.

Trevor on his KTM (Photo by Brandon Tanner)

Other Australians competing in the UAE event who have been training with Trevor are James Ferguson and Lee Stephens.

Meanwhile, check out Scott Britnell’s preparations for the 2018 Dakar Rally.

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Does BMW R nineT Scrambler scramble?

Fri, 03/03/2017 - 4:00pm

As a styling exercise the BMW R nineT Scrambler has a lot of appeal, but how does it perform and will it actual scramble?

I much prefer the look of the R nineT Scrambler version over the standard model and any of the other three upcoming versions: Pure, Racer and Urban G/S.

It’s also the cheapest at $19,150 compared with the standard R nineT ($22,490 – $24,315)  or the Pure ($17,690 – $21,445) and Racer ($19,150 – $22,655) which arrive in March. But it’s the same price as the Urban G/S arriving in May.

But does the R nineT Scrambler actually scramble?

I have ridden the R nineT and was impressed with its performance and nimble handling, but I only had a short road ride around Mt Macedon on the Scrambler version.

Gruntmeister boxer

They share the same “gruntmeister” boxer engine which is now Euro4 compliant without any drop in power (81kW) , but slightly less torque (116Nm down from 119Nm). However, I defy anyone to notice the torque drop.

This monster pulls like a draught horse on steroids and will hoist the front wheel in the first three gears just with a hefty use of throttle.

While the gears are a little clunky and can be reluctant to go into first, you don’t need to be in the right gear for instant throttle response. Just ride the torque tidal wave in any revs in any gear.

It’s an addictive engine that I loved when I owned the last of the air/oil-cooled R 1200 GS models.

The R nineT Scrambler also comes standard with a beautiful standard Akrapovic exhaust upswept bound the rider and pillions legs so it doesn’t burn you. It also has one of the most beautiful tones of any standard exhaust.

While I am excited by the boxer engine in these lighter R nineT models, I was initially not totally enthusiastic with the Scrambler’s road manners.

Road manners

With that 19-inch front wheel and raked-out forks, it felt slow to turn in and difficult to change direction on a set of twisties.

The Scrambler’s non-adjustable suspension also felt a bit taut and unforgiving while the rear end seemed to flop into corners.

So BMW Motorrad Australia boss Andreas Lundgren organised a review bike for me through Motorline BMW at Daisy Hill for a week to see if I would change my mind.

I was very enthusiastic and keen to get that gorgeous bike a little dirty.

Out on the highway, the bike is a solid and stable as a rock, unshaken by wind blasts from trucks with steady steering thanks to the rake and the non-adjustable steering damper.

If it weren’t for the hard seat, I could easily tour for hours on the R nineT Scrambler.

The seat is 820mm high which might seem tall, but it’s very narrow and most people’s feet should comfortably reach the ground.

Head for the hills

Then I headed to the hills and the bumpy country roads in Brisbane’s hinterland.

As I shifted around in the saddle, the seat didn’t seem as hard or uncomfortable.

Over time, I grew used to the fact that you have to manhandle the bike to get it to turn which is easy thanks to the wide bars. You just have to learn to give them a good counter-steering nudge.

If you hold your elbows out wide, you can also get it to change direction quickly.

And that big hoop on the front maintains a stable line through corners where you can hold a deep lean angle before your toes start touching down.

The demo bike was shod with knobby Karoo tyres which made the front a little vague, but standard tyres should be better.

Brakes  re different to the standard R nineT which has strong bite and effect. By comparison, these feel a little mushy and unresponsive at first, but if you give them a good squeeze, they perform very well with minimal front-end dive and no fade.

After a while, I was being quite brutal with the steering and braking inputs and the Scrambler simply followed orders and made short work of the twisting mountain circuit.

So once you get used to riding it, the R nineT Scrambler is quite a decent canyon carver. Not the sharpest tool for the job, but more than capable.

And you always have that monster torque to fire you out of corners.

Getting down and dirty

Then I hit the dirt.

What a revelation!

Suddenly the front didn’t feel vague at all. It felt precise and grippy.

The taut suspension now soaked up the sharp bumps and even ironed out those annoying inside-corner corrugations that usually make the forks stutter and the bike steer wide.

The brakes also made much more sense on the dirt without initial bite. Instead, they have good progressive feel for use on a loose surface.

I rode the R nineT Scrambler for a while across smooth country dirt roads having an absolute blast, going faster and faster through corners I would normally take with much more caution.

As I became more aggressive, I decided to switch off the ABS and $450 optional traction control using the handy button on the left handlebar.

To switch off ABS, you have to stop but you can switch the traction control on and off while riding.

I performed a few emergency stops with and without ABS but I couldn’t beat the ABS stopping distance. It seems to be set up just right for loose gravel roads.

So I left it on.

The traction control allows a little bit of slip, but it bogs down too soon and on a couple of hairy steep ascents, it actually stalled the bike.

So traction control stayed off for the duration on the dirt.

I stopped on several occasions to take photos and used the kill switch to stop the engine, rather than the key as that resets ABS and traction control to being on.

And oh what fun I had.

That gruntmeister boxer allows controlled and prolonged power slides. It doesn’t alarmingly snap into sideways action, but comes on in a sweep that most riders can easily control.

After a while, you find yourself spinning the back wheel even on the straights, just for the sheer thrill.

On the smooth country dirt roads, the R nineT Scrambler make so much sense. No need to stop when the tar runs out. In fact, drop a gear, turn off traction control, spin the back tyre and enjoy.

Adventure riding

As my week’s rides became more adventurous, I chose more difficult roads until I finally climbed quite a steep and gravelly track to the summit of Mt Tarampa.

The lack of a sump guard and limited clearance make progress slow and steady on bumpy tracks like this, but it can be done with a steady hand.

My excitement at summiting the mountain soon turned to fear as I realised I had to descend the same steep track with its fist-sized rocks.

I nearly dropped the bike on several occasions because first gear is too tall. In fact, I stalled it a couple of times by braking too much.

So I decided to pull the clutch in and roll down the hill using only the brakes with ABS engaged.

It worked. The ABS actually allowed it to roll over the rocks when it started to slip.

With its limited clearance and lack of engine protection, the R nineT Scrambler is no GS. However, it will handle some single track if you take it slowly, especially with decent knobby tyres.

In a couple of patches of very loose and deep gravel and some sand the steering felt too light. An adjustable steering damper would be handy.

I also didn’t stand up often as the bars are too low, the tank too slippery to grip with your knees and the narrow foot pegs – the same ones they’ve been using for years on the F 650 GS – are too far back.

But it’s ok for short stints standing up over tricky sections.

Otherwise, sit down, put your foot out speedway-style and have fun power sliding the beast.

Budget model

The R nineT Scrambler is the cheapest model and you can see where the cuts are made.

They include telescopic forks instead of upside-down forks, although they seem to work really well, especially over stutters and corrugations.

Another budget item is the single instrument pod. It has an LCD screen with some information, but not the all-important fuel gauge. I’d rather a fuel gauge than an engine temperature readout.

However, with a lean burn and economy in the low 5L/100km area, you won’t need to fill the 17-litre tank for at least 300km, depending on how much thirsty off-road work or power-sliding you do.

While I’m complaining about minor issues, the auto indicators take too long to switch off.

Accessories

There is a host of BMW factory accessories for the R nineT Scrambler, including a solo seat with short luggage rack. Just dismount the rear frame section.

Other options include cross-spoke wheels, traction control, heated grips, LED indicators, aluminium fuel tank, chrome-plated manifold, raised seat, lowered suspension, alarm system, comfort seat, tacho, headlight grille, engine guard, Scrambler windshield and luggage.

No-cost options include knobby tyres and a higher seat.

There are also Akropovic sports exhausts (titanium slip-on muffler  $1139 and full system $3100, plus labour to fit), but the standard model is made by Akrapovi and sounds just great.

BMW also has a series of “Machined Parts” made for them by Roland Sands Design of LA.

The Machined Parts include: cylinder head covers ($3000), oil filler neck lid ($150), belt cover ($1600), headlight cover ($900), handlebar end cover ($200), rear axle cover ($300), bevel gear bearing cover ($100), swinging-arm pivot mount cover ($200).

If you buy them all separately, they will cost $6450, but if you buy the lot as a package, it’s only $4500, saving you $1950.

BMW says more RSD products are being developed.

Verdict

After a week of running to the cafe, up the mountain, around town, out on the highway and into the bush with some tricky single-track thrown into the mix, I think I’ve found the perfect compromise tool for almost all occasions.

It’s not tall and heavy like a GS, it’s not a race-track machine like the SS and it’s not an all-day tourer like the RT.

Instead, the R nineT Scrambler is a stylish machine that is comfortable in most situations and will allow you to do some exploring on Australia’s many unsealed roads.

Unfortunately, it’s so flexible, stylish, practical and torquey that I want one. Badly! I’d sell a kidney for one. Or at least a couple of my current bikes!

BMW R nineT Scrambler
  • Price: $19150 (+orc)
  • Engine: 1170cc, eight-valve boxer twin
  • Bore x stroke: 101 x 73mm
  • Power: 81kW (110hp) @ 7750rpm
  • Torque: 116Nm @ 6000rpm
  • Compression: 12.0:1
  • Fuel: 17-litre tank, premium unleaded (95-98 RON)
  • Economy: 5.3L/100km
  • Transmission: 6-speed, shaft drive, hydraulic dry clutch
  • Suspension: Telescopic 43mm fork with 125mm travel, BMW Paralever swingers with 140mm travel
  • Wheelbase: 1527mm
  • Brakes: hydraulic, 320/265mm discs, switchable ABS
  • Wheels: 3.0 x 19”; 4.5 x 17” cast alloy
  • Tyres: 120/70 ZR19; 170/60 ZR17
  • Length: 2175mm
  • Width: 880mm
  • Seat: 820mm
  • Wet weight: 220kg
  • Supplied by: Motorline BMW

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First aid course returns to Queensland

Fri, 03/03/2017 - 12:00pm

The First Aid for Motorcyclists course founders are heading north to Queensland again to run their important courses in several centres from March.

Motorbike Writer is a proud sponsor of the course which has toured the country and set up trainers in several centres.

The course was put together by Tracy Hughes and partner Roger Fance who are highly qualified and experienced first aiders and dedicated Ducatisti!

They are based in NSW, but still tour the country to provide the course for riders around the nation.

Tracey and Roger hit the road

The course is specific to motorcycle crashes and varies from other first-aid courses. Even trained medical staff have found the course useful for the specifics of a motorcycle crash.

Costs are $85 per person and Ulysses members get a 50% rebate.

Queensland course schedule

GOLD COAST/Palm Beach

  • MARCH 5th sold out
  • JUNE 17th

Where: Palm Beach Sports Club

Time:10:45am – 3:30pm
Cost:  $85 

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Contact: Roger 0427 464 266

BRISBANE/Grange

  • MARCH 11th
  • JUNE 3rd

Where: Brothers Leagues Club

Time:10:45am – 3:30pm
Cost:  $85 

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Contact: Roger 0427 464 266

BRISBANE/Ipswich

  • MARCH 12th
  • JUNE 4th 

Where: Ipswich Country Club

Time:10:45am – 3:30pm
Cost: $85 

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Contact: Roger 0427 464 266

SUNSHINE COAST/Kawana

  • MARCH 26th
  • JUNE 11th

Where: Kawana Surf Club

Time:10:45am – 3:30pm
Cost: $85 

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Contact: Roger 0427 464 266

MACKAY

  • APRIL 29th
  • AUGUST 12th
  • TBA 

Where: The Ocean International Hotel

Time:11:00am – 3:30pm
Cost: $85 

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Contact: Charles 0400 051 211

BUNDABERG

  • MARCH 11th
  • MAY 13th
  • OCTOBER 14th 

Where: School of Arts Building

Time:11:00am – 3:30pm
Cost:  $85 

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Contact: Charles 0400 051 211

ROCKHAMPTON

  • MAY 14th 
  • OCTOBER 15th 

Where: Frenchville Sports Club

Time:11:00am – 3:30pm
Cost: $85 

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Contact: Charles 0400 051 211

TOWNSVILLE

  • SEPTEMBER 9th  
  • TBA

Where: Townsville Yacht Club

Time:11:00am – 3:30pm
Cost: $85 

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CAIRNS

  • SEPTEMBER 10th

Where: Brothers Leagues Club

Time:11:00am – 3:30pm
Cost: $85 

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Contact: Charles 0400 051 211

The course is also sponsored by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers and well supported by Motorcycle Councils in each state, rider training providers Stay Upright and HART, Motorcycle Riders Associations in Queensland and ACT, plus Harley-Davidson Australia HOG Chapters.

Their half-day course is not designed to turn participants into medical practitioners. It’s designed to help riders manage a motorcycle accident scene and manage the casualties, rather than treat them.

“The main aim is to preserve life and hold the fort until the cavalry arrives,” says Roger.

Topics include such things as emergency helmet removal, moving a casualty away from danger, picking up a motorbike, emergency communications in remote areas, legal aspects of providing first aid, accident prevention and techniques such as fatigue management and group riding guidelines.

Motorbike Writer strongly urges every rider to do their First Aid for Motorcyclist course.

You can contact Roger for bookings and more information on 0427 464 266.

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Tracey with husband Roger playing the casualty

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Shire may become motorcycle friendly

Fri, 03/03/2017 - 5:00am

The South Burnett Regional Council in South-East Queensland could be the first shire to declare itself motorcycle friendly.

It follows the towns of Bicheno in Tasmania, Texas and Crows Nest in Queensland and Wauchope in NSW plus the Avon Valley region near Perth which have all declared themselves motorcycle friendly in recent years.

Motorbike Writer is proud to have helped some of these communities throw out the welcome mat to riders.

We were on the Texas Motorcycle Friendly Committee from which Wauchope drew their plan and have advised Crows Nest which officially launches as a Motorcycle Friendly Town on Sunday.

Riders are invited to attend the official Crows Nest ceremony from 10am in the town square with a parade and scenic rides to follow.

Texas Motorcycle Friendly Town launch

Motorbike Writer also recently consulted with the South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell, Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff and relevant council members on what being motorcycle friendly involves.

While there is an official process for declaring a town RV friendly, there is currently no such official process or representative body to declare a town, shire or region motorcycle friendly.

All it really takes is for the local authorities to embrace the concept, erect some welcoming signage, allocate motorcycle-only parking, produce motorcycle tourist brochures and suggested route maps, and advise local businesses on how they can make riders welcome.

Shire discusses proposal

Mayor Campbell says they have agreed to discuss the whole shire becoming motorcycle friendly at next month’s Council meeting.

Quaint towns of the South Burnett

He credited the idea to Harley rider and menswear shop owner Mark Smith of Murgon.

Mark contacted Motorbike Writer to discuss the project and we later conferred with the Mayor and representatives.

Mayor Campbell says the South Burnett has many motorcycle-friendly drives available through a variety of landscapes with low traffic volumes. They include the Bunya Mountains and several crossings of the Great Dividing Range.

Bunya Mountains scenery

“From Council’s point of view, this is another tourism market we should encourage,” he says.

“We already encourage inland tourists, caravanners and people who want a fishing holiday to visit us. Motorcyclists should be just as welcome.”

Tourism Queensland has estimated that motorcycle tourists spend up to $160 a day in local communities on food, drink, accommodation, fuel and necessities, while caravaners are more self-contained and only spend about $40 a day.

There is also discussion of Armidale in NSW and Echuca in Victoria joining the parade of Motorcycle Friendly towns. Do you know of any other regions considering welcoming riders?

  • Do we need an official process or representative body to formalise declaration of motorcycle friendly status, or are we just happy for communities to embrace us? Have your say in the comments section below.
Northern approach to the Bunya Mts

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Indian electrics and scramblers coming?

Thu, 02/03/2017 - 4:00pm

When Polaris pulled the pin on Victory Motorcycles in January to concentrate on Indian, they suggested they could make electric bikes, but could there also be scramblers?

Now Polaris vice-present of motorcycles Steve Menneto has gone further and confirmed they will produce an electric Indian within five years and also smaller capacity Indian bikes.

He expects this expansion to grow their motorcycle revenue to $1 billion in the next five years from $708.5 million last year.

The five-year plan electric bike plan seems to coincide with when Harley-Davidson plans to produce their electric Livewire for sale.

In 2015, Polaris bought Brammo electric bikes and rebadged them as the Victory Empulse TT. Now it seems they may be rebadged again as Indian.

Victory Empulse TT electric motorcycle

However, Steve says they will have a much higher range of up to 225km, up from the current range of 120km.

He didn’t mention price, but the Victory Empulse sells in the US from $19,999.

Future products

Previously, Steve suggested “future products and markets will develop, both on-road and off-road”.

“What will change are those efforts will transfer over time to Indian in the two-wheel space and Slingshot in the three-wheel space,” he said.

Now he has confirmed the electric Indian, but there is no word on an electric Slingshot.

He has also now confirmed Indian will produce smaller-capacity bikes.

There was no confirmation of size or type, but he had previously mentioned “off-road”, so we wonder if they may be looking at the growing adventure or scrambler markets.

Now that would be something … an Indian Scout Scrambler that really could scout!

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How Trump is wrong about Harley-Davidson

Thu, 02/03/2017 - 11:00am

President Trump mentioned Harley-Davidson in a recent address to Congress, but as usual, he seems to have the story all wrong.

Fake news!

Last month Harley execs met Trump on the White House lawns with five of their Touring motorcycles.

“They wanted me to ride one, and I said ‘No thank you.’,” he told Congress.

There seems to be no record of Trump ever having ridden a motorcycle and the last thing he would want right now is an excuse for the media to lampoon him … he’s doing a good enough job of that himself.

“At our meeting, I asked them, how are you doing, how is business? They said that it’s good,” Trump told Congress in his hour-long speech.

“I asked them further how they are doing with other countries, mainly international sales. They told me – without even complaining because they have been mistreated for so long that they have become used to it – that it is very hard to do business with other countries because they tax our goods at such a high rate. They said that in one case another country taxed their motorcycles at 100%.

“They weren’t even asking for change. But I am.

“I believe strongly in free trade but it also has to be fair trade,” Trump said.

Where Trump is wrong

Of course Harley didn’t complain.

Their international sales are up 2.3%. In fact, in India, where they face a 100% import duty, their sales have almost trebled in the past year.

Furthermore, the company now manufacturers Street 500 and 750 models in India to avoid the duty.

Harley Street 750 and 500

By the way, that duty is not just imposed on Harley-Davidsons, but all bikes over 800cc. India is a crowded and polluted place and the duty is imposed to restrict large vehicles.

Also, the $1 million in tariffs India collected on Harley, Indian and Victory motorcycles in 2015 is about the same as the tariffs the US collects every year on Indian clothing products, alone.

Trouble at home

In fact, where Harley is not doing well is within America, in particular with Trump supporters. The US President didn’t mention that.

Harley still has a little over 50% of domestic road bike sales, but it is gradually reducing because their major buyer is the ageing white male. Interestingly, these represent a high proportion of Trump supporters.

Harley has identified that to grow its sales in the USA, it needs to reach out to women, Hispanics, black African Americans and young people. Interestingly, these represent a high proportion of Trump detractors.

US import duties

While Trump complains about tariffs imposed on American goods overseas being higher than they impose on imported goods, he also didn’t mention the US push for a 100% duty on motorcycles.

The Office of United States Trade Representative (USTR) is planning to introduce a tariff of 100% or more on European motorcycles with an engine capacity of 51cc-500cc.

The push is the result of a trade war between the European Community and the United States over hormones used by US farmers in beef cattle.

It seems motorcycles have a new purpose – political footballs.

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Yamaha recalls R3 and MT-03 again

Thu, 02/03/2017 - 6:34am

Yamaha has again recalled its MT-03 and R3 learner-approved motorcycles over two new issues regarding the fuel tank and electrics.

It follows a recall in July 2016 over a transmission problem which could cause an engine seizure.

The two new voluntary safety recalls issued through the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission are for the following defects:

1. Engine vibration transmitted to the fuel tank may cause the spot weld of the bracket to break. If it does, fuel could leak.

2. Corrosion of the switch electrical terminals may develop due to water contamination, causing a loss of electrical power and engine stalling. 

R3 and MT-03 owners will be contacted by mail and advised to contact their nearest Yamaha dealer to arrange an inspection and repair of the motorcycle.

If the bike has a second or subsequent owner, they may be unknown to Yamaha, so Motorbike Writer publishes all recall notices.

The VIN numbers of affected R3 and MT-03 motorcycles are listed at the end of this article.

In the previous recall over transmission problems, the bikes affected can be identified by their frame numbers:

  • YZF-R3A 2015 ~ 2016 – RH072 – 001001-004480
  • MT03LA 2016 – RH07L – 001001-001800

    Yamaha R3 

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS ON RECALLS

Recall notices are issued by the manufacturer through a voluntary industry code under the ACCC.

Despite hundreds of recalls by various automotive manufacturers, none has ever been mandatory.  All have been issued by the manufacturer.

While any recall is not good news for the manufacturer, it shows that they are largely diligent in fixing problems.

If you believe there is an endemic problem with your bike that should be recalled, contact the ACCC on 1300 302 502.

To check whether your motorcycle has been recalled, click on these sites:

• Australia

• USA

• UK

• New Zealand

• Canada

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Black Dog Ride event aids mental health

Thu, 02/03/2017 - 5:00am

The annual Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer rides for mental health awareness are coming up on March 19, 2017, with one lucky rider winning an Indian Scout.

The Scout is valued at $19,995 and all riders who registered online before March 7 are now in the draw to win with the winner announced on the day.

However, there is still time to register for the many rides which are being held in all states on the same day.

REGISTER HERE

While Black Dog Ride founder Steve Andrews resigned this month from the mental health charity after facing up to his own issues with depression and anxiety. 

The BDR board has appointed Black Dog Ride’s Wangaratta Coordinator Jim Redmond as the interim CEO to manage the planned March 1 Dayer rides and national Tasmania rides.

Meanwhile, they are looking for a permanent replacement.

Steve started the Black Dog Ride to the centre of Australia in 2009 to raise funds and awareness for suicide prevention and mental health.

Black Dog Ride founder Steve Andrews

A year later he added the March 1 Dayer rides for those who couldn’t afford the time for the longer trek in winter.

All funds raised through the events are channeled to mental health organisations on the front line of suicide prevention

More than $360,000 was distributed in 2016 to 30 such organisations.

Riders who register online for the 1 Dayer 2017 can also buy the unique and inaugural Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer 2017 “We need to talk” (about depression) t-shirt.

However, the t-shirts won’t arrive until after the 1 Dayer event. They are available in men’s S to 5XL and ladies’ 8 to 20 for $30 which includes shipping.

The annual BDR ride in 2017 will head to Tasmania for the first time and will be held from October 28 to November 5, rather than in winter for obvious reasons.

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Crashes prompt road craft courses

Wed, 01/03/2017 - 4:00pm

A high incidence of motorcycle crashes in the Gold Coast and Tweed Coast areas have prompted the establishment of two road craft courses.

While motorcyclists represent about 22% of road fatalities in Australia despite being less than 5% of registered road users, they represent almost half of the road toll in the combined tourist region.

The crash statistics have prompted the Tweed Shire Council to present its first motorcycle safety workshop and the start of a new motorcycle road craft course on the Gold Coast from this Saturday (March 4, 2017).

Gold Coast SMART course

The Gold Coast SMART Rider Program has the same name and some of the same operators as a previous course funded by the Gold Coast City Council. This time it is funded by the Queensland Government Community Road Safety Grants Program.

The previous Safe Motorcycle Advanced Rider Training courses were cancelled in 2012 despite winning the inaugural 2011 Australian Road Safety Awards.

Councillors claimed at the time that the course was mainly attended by non-ratepayers, so they pulled the plug. It was a myopic view considering the area attracts motorcycle tourism and any crashes are a burden on their infrastructure.

Before the original course began in 2008, the region’s motorcycle rider toll was 25. It fell to just four by the time the course was axed in 2012. It has since risen again.

SMART Rider Program creator Steve McDowall of Motorcycle Life points out that for every fatality there are also 15 hospitalisations, 10 medical treatments and five minor injuries reported.

SMART road craft course instructors Steve McDowall and Mike Roberts

“That trend is worrying,” the accredited rider trainer says.

“Part of the reason is that the roads around the area, and in particular the hinterland, are very attractive to motorcyclists, but they are catching riders out and crashes are occurring far too often. 

“And unfortunately, many of those involved in crashes are older riders or those returning to riding after a long break.”

Tweed road craft workshop

The new course comes as the Tweed Council just over the border in NSW recently conducted its first motorcycle safety workshop with plans to host more.

Road Safety Officer Alana Brooks says they had more than 80 attend their first workshop on February 19 in Chillingham.

Motorcycles outside the Chillingham Public Hall for the safety workshop

The workshop, run by Survive the Ride Association of NSW volunteers who rode up from Sydney, included subjects such as road craft and riding techniques; safe following distances; tips for riding in groups; safe speeds; and riding gear. 

Alana says the road craft workshop was free to riders and was funded through the Local Government Road Safety Program which has run similar workshops in Coffs Harbour.

“Given the overwhelming response and interest the workshop received from riders and the media, we would certainly look at holding other similar workshops, perhaps during Motorcycle Awareness Week in October this year,” she says.

Survival strategies

The new SMART Rider Program is a full-day road craft course designed to help riders identify risks and give them strategies to avoid them.

It was developed jointly by the Australian Road Safety Foundation and Motorcycle Life with State Government funding and Gold Coast City Council support.

Course fees have been kept to an affordable $95. 

Mt Tamborine is a scene of many motorcycle crashes

“There have been plenty of calls in the media and from rider groups for the re-instatement of an on-road training course like this, and the initial uptake from riders has been very good,” he says. 

The SMART Rider Program will be delivered by a team of experienced instructors who have worked on similar road craft courses, including the original SMART course.  

We attended two of the original SMART courses and learnt something each time. The courses featured a clever mix of theory and practical road craft techniques on popular local motorcycle routes.

The new SMART Rider Program courses will run on the Gold Coast from March 4 to June at the Nerang Bicentennial Centre, 833 Southport-Nerang Rd, Nerang, next to the City of Gold Coast Administration Centre.

The full day training course involves theory sessions, demonstrations, facilitated discussions, and a mentored road ride.

Steve says there is already interest in running the program in other regions.

For course information, dates and bookings, click here.

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How to maintain a bike battery properly

Wed, 01/03/2017 - 7:00am

Numerous factors such as temperature, engine vibration and electrical loads can cause your bike battery to die.

While these things contribute to eventual failure, RACQ Principal Technical Researcher John Ewing says a major factor in ensuring they achieve their maximum life and reliability is how they are maintained.

He says it is important they are appropriately charged through the vehicle charging system and by an appropriate external charger if needed.

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Nothing is designed to last forever and everything has a reasonable amount of usage time. Most batteries have an expected lifespan of two years, but you can increase that considerably if you maintain it properly. 

John says average lifespan is likely to be around two to three years, if it’s well maintained, although some batteries manage quite a bit more.

Please read all the tips, especially the safety advice at the end of the article.

Bike battery types

There are different bike battery types and most modern batteries are sealed for life and maintenance-free.

“Like automotive batteries, motorcycle batteries come in two main types, the widely used sealed maintenance-free type, and the now less common, older, messier, and less efficient lead acid ‘wet’ cell,” he says. 

“These are actually a flooded cell design that uses a liquid electrolyte (a mix of sulphuric acid and distilled water to give the correct concentration), whereas the sealed MF batteries typically use absorbed glass mat technology that holds the electrolyte within the mat, a bit like a sponge. “Maintenance-free batteries, due to their slightly different chemistry, design and construction don’t lose water during charging like ‘wet’ cells do through their external vents. Hence the electrolyte level doesn’t drop and need top up.

Sealed lithium bike battery Battery myth

Batteries don’t store electricity as some people think, John says. 

They contain plate materials and an electrolyte that together produce a chemical reaction that produces electrical energy. The reaction causes the bike battery to ‘discharge’ and chemical changes to the plate material and electrolyte. Lead sulphate forms on the plates. 

“Charging the battery reverses these changes,” John says. “This is important because batteries that don’t have their fluid levels maintained or that aren’t maintained in a proper state of charge can lose electrical capacity/efficiency and eventually can fail though sulphation. 

“The charging current can no longer effectively reverse the changes that normally occur to the plate material during discharge. The change to lead sulphate has become virtually permanent. Leaving batteries in a partially discharged state can drastically shorten its life.”

He says it’s also important to regularly use a smart charger.

Check the electrolyte levels

Lead acid batteries require the electrolyte to be maintained at the correct level to ensure they function correctly and deliver maximum life. 

John advises riders do a monthly check and top up when required with demineralised water if needed. 

“Don’t overfill as this can lead to damaging acid spills,” he says. “Top up to the levels marked on the case, if the battery is so equipped. Otherwise just above the top of the plates visible inside each cell should be about right.”

He advises riders check their owner’s manual or with the bike battery manufacturer if unsure. 

“Under normal circumstances there should never be a need to add acid,” he says. 

“It consists of distilled water and sulphuric acid, but it often evaporates due to a variety of chemical reactions.” 

Move your bike under cover

Extremely high temperatures can reduce the life of a battery considerably, so move your bike under cover. 

In fact, it’s more damaging than leaving your bike outside in freezing temperatures.

John says most batteries can live to as low as minus 18 degrees. 

However, at this temperature, a bike battery might deliver a constant current for no more than 30 seconds. The older it is, the less powerful it will be. 

At very low temperatures engines can be harder to crank, making the battery ‘work’ harder. It also reduces the battery’s ability to supply the sustained high current required for cranking.

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Lead-acid batteries have a “charging memory” and they might refuse to accept a charge less than the highest one it has experienced, John says. 

“The best advice is to use a smart charger to ensure the battery is always maintained in a fully charged state. 

“This gets around the issue of the battery being in partially discharged state through the bike charging system not keeping up with the amount of current taken out for starting and during short trips, and the self-discharge and any keep-alive memory losses.”

Cells with such memories are considered faulty, as they can never be charged at their maximum. There are almost no ways to repair them. Sulphation eventually kills batteries and there is no way of restoring them.

John says old-style trickle chargers aren’t suitable for modern batteries (such as MF lead calcium) and also run the risk of actually causing plate material shedding when used regularly on lead acid wet cells, shortening their life.

Clean the battery regularly

Batteries, even when they aren’t being used have a natural tendency over time to self-discharge, a tendency that increases at higher temperatures, John says.

Eventually they will go ‘flat’. A build-up of dust and dirt on the battery top in conjunction with humidity can also help drain the battery, so regularly clean/wipe any dust and dirt off, he suggests.

John says there is no need to regularly clean with a mixture of water and baking soda or distilled water, if your bike battery is kept clean.

If you do, he says to be careful about spilling water.

Clean the terminals 

Acid and copper sulphate accumulations on battery terminals can seriously harm them. Most often, the contact area is reduced, which would not charge the battery fully and it might not supply enough current. 

If this happens, terminals will most probably overheat, which would lead to even more damage to your bike. Poor contact leads to high electrical resistances, and the batteries are not designed to withstand them.

John says a build-up of corrosion around battery terminals can lead to high electrical resistance leading to hard or no starts, and making proper charging from the bike charging system difficult.

He suggests cleaning with baking soda and water. 

“However, you might want to remove the terminals from the posts and use a stiff wire brush to clean the area thoroughly,” he says.

“Rinse off with clean water afterwards. Once the terminals are reconnected a smear of Vaseline will help keep corrosion at bay.”

John warns that some modern computerised bikes may experience some computer memory loss when terminals are removed. 

“Consult your owner’s handbook before terminal removal for correct procedures or entrust the work to a reliable bike mechanic or auto electrician.”

Motorcycles often have high density padding fitted around the battery to help reduce vibration. Make sure this hasn’t been removed, John warns.

Important safety advice

Avoid contact with battery acid as it’s highly corrosive, John says. 

Don’t get it on your skin, clothing, in your eyes or on paintwork, metal surfaces etc. 

Eye protection and suitable gloves are recommended when handling batteries. 

Don’t short battery terminals (terminal to terminal or positive to the bike’s metal components or frame) with metal objects including jewellery, rings, watch bands, or tools when working (eg loosening/tightening terminals). 

Flush any acid spills off immediately with plenty of fresh water. Batteries give off explosive hydrogen, so avoid naked flames, sparks, cigarettes, etc anywhere near them.

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Asian copycat rips off motorcycle brand

Wed, 01/03/2017 - 5:00am

It seems Asian countries believe they are above international trade laws that bind other countries with the latest copycat ripoff being these Vietnamese “Ducati” Monsters.

The “Monsters” are made by Vietnamese company Quang Phuong Motor with a Thai-made 107cc engine and a four-speed transmission.

They even include “Ducati” on the fuel tank.

Vietnamese “Ducati Monster” ripoffs

We all know Asian countries make cheap copies of well-known brands and many of us probably have a Gucci belt made of plastic in an Asian sweatshop.

That might seem harmless, but they also make blatant ripoffs of larger products including motorcycles and even cars.

Check out this electric Honda Goldwing from a Chinese manufacturer.

Chinese “Goldwing”

And how about this Chinese copy of a Range Rover Evoque?

Land Wind’s Range Rover Evoque copy Why is it a problem?

So why should we care? How does it affect us? Doesn’t it just mean cheaper products?

It’s simply wrong on so many levels.

First of all there is a humanitarian concern as many of these copycat companies use child labour and/or pay slave rates.

We don’t expect these “Vietcatis” will ever be imported to any country that supports international trade laws. However, it hasn’t stopped some manufacturers from exporting models that are design ripoffs.

Copycat vehicles are also a major safety concern for the occupants and other road users – which could include you if you are visiting that country or they are imported to your country.

There are also ramifications for automotive companies which are losing revenue from these ripoffs. And as customers of these companies it is in our best interests that they are profitable and don’t end up on the scrapheap like Buell and Victory Motorcycles.

Harley-Davidson is one of the most copied brands around the world, mainly their merchandise. They have a team of lawyers who actively pursue copycat manufacturers.

Harley-Davidson jacket ripoff

However, the Chinese in particular are thumbing their noses at lawyers and international trade laws.

Several car manufacturers have tried to stop them copying their cars, but failed in the obstructive and partisan domestic legal system.

Some have thrown up their hands and formed alliances with Chinese companies to make their products for the local market.

Trade war

But with US President Donald J. Trump now threatening a trade war with China, the issue could move up a notch.

It seems the Don is intent in inflaming long-held international diplomacy.

Trump meets with Harley execs

However, it’s not as simple as increasing import duties on products from countries such as China. Many European and American manufacturers use parts and components made in these countries.

So long as the rest of the world refuses to do anything about these cheap copies, they will become bolder and bolder.

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RACQ joins Ride to Work Day

Tue, 28/02/2017 - 3:00pm

The RACQ is supporting the first annual Ride to Work Day today (March 1, 2017) organised by the Motorcycle Riders Association of Queensland.

RACQ technical and safety officer Steve Spalding, a Suzuki Bandit owner and frequent motorcycle commuter, says he hopes the ride will alert motorists to the number of riders on the road.

“These Ride to Work days also help raise awareness of motorcycles on the road and remind other road users to think about their safety and give them a safe space in city traffic,” he says.

“It’s also an opportunity to raise awareness of motorcycles as an option for commuting where parking cost savings can be made.”

RACQ spokesman Steve Spalding takes Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey for a ride on his Bandit

Motorcycle Riders Association of Queensland president Chris Mearns says riders are “often overlooked or ignored” when it comes to seeking solutions to transport issues.

“For every motorcycle or scooter that is used instead of a car there is a space saving on the road and a fuel use reduction of approximately 50% which results in a considerable positive outcome for the issues of congestion and pollution,” he says.

He hopes that message will be delivered to the authorities by establishing Ride to Work Day as a major event in coming years.

Several other states have Ride to Work days and the MRAQ used to organise an event more than a decade ago. Now Chris wants to resurrect the event.

MRAQ president Chris Mearns

He says this year will be a “soft start”, but he hopes it will be “bigger and better in coming years”.

Chris says now is a good time to kickstart Ride to Work Day as Queensland recently celebrated the second anniversary of the introduction of lane filtering.

He says the the MRAQ was “heavily involved” in having the welcome legislation introduced.

“So there is even more benefit now to making a motorcycle or scooter the means of transport to work due to our ability to move through road congestion more swiftly,” he says.

Ride to Work even if you work from home

Motorbike Writer works from home, but will ride into Park Rd tomorrow morning in support of rider/commuters, regardless of the weather conditions.

If you work from home, too, you are invited to join us for coffee and a chat.

Motorbike Writer believes that more riders visible in commuter traffic might encourage motorists to see us and/or leave a gap for filtering.

Who else plans to ride to work tomorrow? Please share this article with your friends and encourage them to join you.

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Kubby tent makes bike covers easy

Tue, 28/02/2017 - 9:00am

If you are sick of fiddling with a cumbersome motorcycle cover when you get home each night, there are now foldable motorcycle Kubby “tents” available to protect your “loved one”.

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They are robust and sturdy, but most importantly, they stay erect and you simply ride in, get off and pull the cover over the bike. Simple!

Kubby covers come in small ($315.70) and large ($359.70) sizes.

We’ve tried the Kubby for small to medium bikes and it comfortably fits our Triumph Bonneville T100 and Scrambler and, of course, our Honda CX500.

Dimensions are 2682mm long, 1036mm wide and 1584mm high, so you can also fit some tools and spares in there with your bike.

Because it keeps the cover away from your bike, you can park your bike in the tent even when the exhaust is hot without worrying about melting the cover.

For bigger bikes, outfits and trikes, such as the Can-Am Spyder, you need the large Kubby tent which may even fit two bikes side-by-side.

It’s certainly big enough at 3444mm long, 1798mm wide and the same height.

The covers are made of heavy duty and waterproof Oxford 600D.

It fits over 25mm galvanised powder-coated piping that is hinged in the centre so the structure is easily folded shut or open.

The Kubby will not only protect your bike from the rain, but also being covered in dust, fading under the sun and even being hammered in hail storms. A normal cover won’t do that.

There is also an exhaust vent so the bike doesn’t get too hot.

Even though the medium-sized Kubby weighs 18kg and the big Kubby is 23kg, they can still blow away in strong winds.

To stop it blowing away, you can bolt it to the ground with the provided holes and special bolts.

Kubby tents are not something you can carry on your bike to work or on a weekend trip, but you could set one up as a semi-permanent feature at home or work, like a fabric shed.

The motorcycle tents are so good, we have decided to stock them on the Motorbike Writer online shop.

And to celebrate, we have provided a free Kubby cover to MotoMedics Queensland to protect one of their Yamaha FJR1300 bikes which they use to patrol the Brisbane hinterland and offer lifesaving first responder assistance to motorcycle crash victims.

Motomedics Queensland

You could also use them to store bicycles, a lawn mower, dinghy, ATV, camping gear, or tools.

They are available in black, blue, green, grey and more and there are also bigger tents available for cars.

Kubby motorcycle tent
  • Price: $315.70 (small), $359.70 (large) – delivery charges vary depending on your location
  • Dimensions: L3450mm, W1880mm, H1900mm (small); L2700mm, W1050mm, H1570mm (large)
  • Weight: 18kg (small), 23kg (large)
  • Cover: water-proof oxford 600D
  • Frame: 25mm x 1.2mm galvanised powder-coated pipe
  • Buy them now at our online shop.

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Confusion grows over helmet attachments

Tue, 28/02/2017 - 5:00am

A South Australian rider has been warned about wearing a motorcycle helmet camera as confusion reigns over the laws on helmet cameras and bluetooth units.

Adelaide rider Erica Aria went to the Sturt Police Station to submit video of drivers cutting him off in traffic but was surprised when he was instead given an official warning for an “illegal helmet camera”.

Eric Aria says he is planning to fight the warning and has engaged motorcycle rights legal experts Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.

Eric Aria (Photo courtesy Channel 7)

“I wanted to help them, but walked out with a ticket in my hand,” he says. “I was really surprised.”

The police warned he could cop a $450 fine if he is caught again with the camera.

Police comment

South Australian police say the rider was issued a caution for breaching Australian Design Standards. 

“Cameras on motorcycles are legal as long as they don’t interfere with the structural integrity of the helmet,” a police media spokesperson says.

“The officer was of the opinion the rider was in breach due to the manner in which he had attached his camera.

“If someone receives an expiation notice (fine) and they are disputing the facts, they can elect to have the matter heard before a court.

“When someone is cautioned, there is no fine attached to the expiation and hence, there would be no court hearing.

“If the man is disputing the facts with his caution, he is quite within his rights to lodge a complaint with the Police Ombudsman. 

“Attaching a camera to a helmet is a personal choice however, the manner in which that camera is attached should not interfere with the structural integrity of the helmet.”

Eric says his helmet camera was attached by double-sided tape and he had not tampered with the integrity of the helmet.

Confusion over laws

He says the law is not specific and causing confusion among riders.

The incident follows a recent Facebook claim by a rider that a NSW police warned him electronic attachments to motorcycle helmets would become an offence from March 31 with three demerit points and a $430 fine.

However, NSW police tell us there is no such ruling.

In fact, last year NSW police were instructed by the Police Commissioner to stop issuing infringement notices for helmet accessories.

The Facebook post is either Trump “fake news” or the work of a rogue cop trying to scare a rider. Either way, it only adds to rider confusion and concern about different police interpretations of the rules across state boundaries.

The ACT government last year ratified the legality of helmet cameras and Bluetooth units, while states such as Queensland and Western Australia do not see it as an issue.

In fact, Queensland police actively encourage cyclists to wear them yet bicycle helmets are covered by the same design rules as motorcycle helmets.

In Victoria last year, a rider’s helmet camera fine was waived after several court appearances.

Max Lichenbaum had his fine waived

However, the judge made the ruling to waive Max Lichenbaum’s fine based on the Maurice Blackburn defence argument that the laws were not accessible.

That still leaves the validity of the laws untested in Victoria, further adding to rider confusion.

Police misinterpretation

It all stems from police interpretations of the Australian Design Rule AS1698 on helmets that says nothing can be attached to a motorcycle helmet and that a helmet shell cannot be modified such as by drilling holes.

However, now that helmets do not need to have Australian specification and Euro-approved helmets are allowed, it has heightened confusion among riders.

The UNECE 22.05 rule now includes a clause which effectively places the onus on a manufacturer to ensure that any attachment fitted internally or externally to a helmet is safe, this effectively moves the responsibility to the point of sale.

As Eric says, the rules need to be made clear one way or the other.

NSW, Victorian and South Australian police seem to interpret the AS1698 specification to determine accessories are illegal on the basis they are rigid external projections protruding more than 5mm beyond the helmet shell.

Yet bike cops in all states have cameras and Bluetooth units attached to their helmets. So it’s a case of one law for riders and another for police. Is there any wonder there is not only confusion but some anger among riders!

NSW police have cameras on their helmets, so why can’t we? Lawmakers struggle to keep up

It seems that law makers around the world are at odds on the safety and benefits of helmet technology and are unable to keep up with some of the emerging technologies such as head-up display.

In France, they even ban riders from wearing earphones under their helmets and in some countries a rider’s intercom is only allowed to have one speaker operating.

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