Tonight’s episode of Cycle Torque has a bit of a retro feel to it. First off, we jump aboard a new Norton Commando 961 Café Racer – hand built with modern components and engineering to replicate the classic appearance and style.
There’s also a classic fighting red two-stroke NSR250R that gets the treatment around the back roads. It was learner approved back in the day but after riding one it’s clear to see why these lively little buggers have been banned.
Andrew meets Dan Razborsek, who has customised his Triumph Speed Triple into a streetfighter that makes him appreciate what’s important in life – his two daughters.
We visit Newcastle Museum to check out a vintage motorcycle display and Chris suspends our disbelief for another week with his Ducati flat tracker project.
Thanks to Yamaha, who invited us up to Mackay to test their recreational off-highway vehicles, you can check out the Viking and the Wolverine.
There’s an Isle of Man TT blog from Chris and Alex – Keep calm and don’t fall off was Alex’s motto, find out which one he didn’t stick too.
The episode airs at 7:30 on 4ME (64 or 74 FTA) and 8:30 on Aurora (183 Foxtel) Daylight Savings Time – Check your local guides to avoid disappointment.
Once again, massive thanks go out to Spidi, Two Brothers Exhausts, Five gloves, Kabuto helmets for bringing you the third season. Check out the Moto National Website for a list of stockists