Welcome to the June 2015 issue of Cycle Torque Magazine.
There’s plenty in this month’s new-look Cycle Torque. On the cover is the emotion stirring Norton Commando 961 Café Racer. The 2015 BMW S 1000 RR gets a workout around the Phillip Island Circuit. There’s also plenty for the adventure riders, we test the KTM 1050 Adventure and top-spec Triumph Tiger XRx
Dennis went to the press launch for Mad Max: Fury Road and took some killer photos of some the cars and characters, Ryan has also reviewed the film. Have you seen it yet? Let us know what you think on our Facebook page.
Find out what it’s like to ride a 250cc two-stroke from the mid-1980s.
We also went to Surfside Motorcycle Garage in Brookvale for a long black, checking out a machine Johannes Olk imported from Germany to measure the alignment of motorcycle frames. Very handy analysis for that second-hand bike or assessing accident damage.
Cycle Torque has just finished up its second TV series, which was on Thursday nights at 7:30 FTA (4ME 64 or 74 metro) and 8:30 Foxtel (Aurora 183). In conjunction with Moto National, Cycle Torque gave one Contour Roam 3 action camera to give away in every episode! Thanks to all our viewers and entries. Check your local guide because you might be able to catch a repeat episode.
We hope you love the issue – please tell your friends about Cycle Torque’s digital editions, they are really easy to get and are packed with extra pics and embedded video that makes them a pleasure to read. If you don’t have a smart device, you can always pop into the better bike shops that stock Cycle Torque Magazine and pick up a copy.
BMW S 1000 RR
Norton Commando 961 Café Racer
KTM Adventure 1050