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0 BMW R nineT Scrambler lands down under

The new addition to BMW Motorrad’s Heritage line-up, the R nineT Scrambler, has hit Aussie shores and is ready to go on sale in the coming weeks. The Scrambler is a new take on the original R nineT, featuring higher handlebars, a more upright seating position, and a newly-designed set of…

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0 Adventure flick fest all set

The Adventure Travel Film Festival is giving would-be filmmakers the chance to have their travel footage professionally edited into a short film. Festival organisers are asking that future adventure travel filmmakers provide a one-page synopsis of their story. A short list of entrants will then be asked to submit up to…

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0 Oxley Highway slowed

The Oxley Highway in northern NSW, a favourite amongst motorcyclists, has been delivered of a significant speed limit decrease. The speed limit changes are part of a NSW government $60 million investment to ‘improve road safety’. The Oxley Highway is a 580km road that stretches from Port Macquarie, through Wauchope,…

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0 Can-Am’s Spyder F3 gets loaded for touring

Can-Am has released a touring version of its three-cylinder, three-wheeled Spyder F3, and it has all the hallmarks of a superb luxury tourer. The Spyder F3 Limited is the most ambitious of the line to date, bulding on the original cruiser basis to add massive luggage space and comfort features…

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0 The end of the my ride on ARR

Editing Australian Road Rider is both a pleasure and an honour, so I regret the fact I’m giving it up now. I’ve enjoyed enormous satisfaction over the past 44 issues from the publication’s popularity and the close community that has developed around it. The letters and emails I’ve had, the…

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0 Greg Leech is the new editor of ARR!

After three and a half years in the rider’s seat, Mick Matheson is handing over the best job in motorcycle publishing to Greg Leech. “I am hugely excited to be taking the reins of Australian Road Rider from Mick,” says Greg, whose new role will commence with issue #132 of…

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0 Cop video: 2 wrongs, no rights

The video shows two police cars at high speed, without lights or sirens, under-taking a motorcycle with only centimetres of margin, and riders are outraged. But not necessarily at the cops… The post we shared on our Facebook page has produced two main factions: those who are gobsmacked by the…

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0 WOW rides South Africa

World On Wheels has added another tour to its long and growing list of global riding adventures, this time to South Africa. “I first visited Africa over 20 years ago and it is my favourite continent to travel to,” WOW’s Denise Ferris says. “Africa never disappoints!” The inaugural Spectacular South…

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0 Milwaukee-Eight: Harley’s new 107 and 114ci engines

Harley-Davidson’s new 1745cc and 1870cc Milwaukee-Eight 8-valve engines guarantee a future for traditionally styled V-twins, with more power and lower emissions. The new donk doesn’t look much different from the engines Harley riders are so unwilling to give up, but significant internal changes give them a reprieve from the ever-tighter…

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0 Ride Bhutan with ARR and the Thunder Dragon!

Ride a Royal Enfield through the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, with ARR and World On Wheels in March 2017. We’re fulfilling a dream by booking a trip to Bhutan and we’d love you to join us and be part of the story. We’re teaming…

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