One of the things I pride myself in is my willingness to continue to learn about the art and science of motorcycling. I attended my first motorcycle rider training camp sometime around 1983 when I studied at John Hand’s Enduro school on a property in the north east coast of Australia. I participated in a […]
The age of a motorcycle tyre is important; a fact often overlooked by riders. If itthe tyre is too old, the rubber has deteriorated naturally from exposure to the elements and the safety of the rider is compromised. This video shows you how to easily tell how old a motorcycle tyre is.
Everyone who’s ever bought new tyres for their motorcycle has probably been told to “take it easy for a few kilometres” as they leave the tyre fitter. Here we answer the questions related to how to scrub in new motorcycle tyres. (more…)
That age old question – ‘What tyre pressures should I run for a track day?’ Here are some guidelines that will help you answer it and set your bike up to get the most out of the tyres. (more…)
As I sit here watching the news about the death of two motorcyclists, I just scratch my head in bewilderment as they describe how those riders went about it all the wrong way. Obviously we don’t want anyone to get hurt on their motorcycle. The clues for safer riding are right here in front of us […]
Have you ever had one of those moments when suddenly you get it, the light comes on, and you find the answer to something you didn’t even know you didn’t know. That’s exactly what happened to me and so many other riders who have enjoyed and experienced the California Superbike School. (more…)
California Superbike School, Phillip Island Grand Prix Race Track, BMW Motorrad S1000RR …. three things that came together to give us good reason to go to the school and see what the fuss is all about. (more…)
Lane filtering laws have changed; the activity is now legal for certain motorcyclists in Queensland and New South Wales. (more…)