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Vietnam Tour Video

We took around 30 Cycle Torque readers to Vietnam and brought back this video of the Tour… Read the full story in the forthcoming May 2014 issue of Cycle Torque.

Travel

New head, new handle

IT’S an old shopping trick, bombarding you with special offers in a noisy kaleidoscope of exciting stuff while many of the things you actually want quietly increase in price. […]

Racing

Island Fever – Journey to WSBK

LIKE a distant call from the wild, each year we are drawn to a unique southern location, a place where the weather is never the same as the minute before, where whispers of legends and heroes echo through the paddocks, and where machines of different breeds are free to roam in the outer pastures. […]

Travel

Journey’s End

IT’S been a long time since I’ve ridden either but I never did come down in favour of the Pacific or the New England as a method of covering the 1000 or so kilometres between home base and Brisbane. […]

Motorcycle News

Vietnam Tour Video

David Rose is an accomplished shooter and has travelled with Vietnam Motorbike Tours a number of times – here he’s put together an excellent short video of the things he’s seen on tour. […]

Travel

BMW Australian Safaris – Organised meanderings

BMW motorcycles is synonymous with motorcycle touring. It’s been that way for many many years. BMW Australia runs two ‘Safaris’ a year, the GS Safari which caters for the adventure set, and the Touren Sport Safari for riders on BMW road machines. […]

Travel

Accentuate the positive

WHETHER we like it or not, our annual visits to the UK are pretty well inevitable for the immediate future. My mother, now 91, is over there still alive and kicking and so’s the wife’s, so I understand it’s part of my duties to go and sit with her and chat. […]

Travel

Cycle Torque rides Cambodia part two

‘Carnage’ Penfold continues his story about our recent trip to Cambodia – riding XR-250’s through the jungle. If you have ever considered riding overseas, take a read of this. […]

Travel

39 kilometres

IN RESPONSE to Sandy’s yell I turned off the freeway too early, dropping off its shoulder and down through a tight right turn onto a battered old road that ran parallel to the bright new freeway for a couple of kilometres before hooking up to form a junction with the exit we should have taken. […]