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Bike Tyre Warehouse West Rand Opening – Saturday 5 June

Bike Tyre Warehouse is expanding yet again with the need for quick, easy motorcycle tyre supply and fitment seemingly growing. Under the leadership of owner...

Helmets to become cheaper: SA government removes duty on motorcycle helmets

Here is the mad way the South African government works – in an effort to protect local businesses, it places import duties on certain...

SA’s Mike Grove makes KTM’s Ultimate Duke Rider winners list

KTM and its riders are stereotypically known for their hooliganism, a trait normal companies would avoid for fear of "not doing the right thing"....

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Brad Binder store offering limited-edition scale helmets

The BB33 merchandise store is offering Binder fans a limited edition one-quarter scale Brad Binder helmet model, an addition that should sit nicely among...

Yamaha unveils new R7 – a bike that’s both worse and better

The last R7 was a strange paradox – it was released in 1999 as a 750cc. In-line, four-cylinder designed as an homologation bike so...

Ducati beats lockdowns with increased sales

You remember that lockdown thing? Where you had to stay home and not do anything and look at pictures of bikes on the internet...
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Triumph Rocket 3: 2500cc of brutish gentlemanliness

Triumph Rocket 3: 2500cc of brutish gentlemanliness  Donovan Fourie spent a day with the largest mass-production motorcycle motor in the world. Luckily, it was attached to...

Book Review: The Wisdom of the Road Gods by Boris Mihailovic

Book Review: The Wisdom of the Road Gods by Boris Mihailovic   Lockdown is a period of self-reflection, self-improvement, self-actualisation and running away from self out...

Kawasaki H2R: Still the maddest, most brutal homicidal maniac

Kawasaki H2R: Still the maddest, most brutal homicidal maniac to ever to ravage the motoring world Three years ago, Donovan rode an H2R around Phakisa for...

The Aprilia Mpumalanga Blast

The Aprilia Mpumalanga Blast  Two Aprilias, two days and two idiots blasting to motorcycling paradise. What could be better?   Story: Donovan Fourie Pics: Hapless Donovan and his...

Yamaha Niken: Are two front wheels really better than one?

Yamaha Niken: Are two front wheels really better than one? Story: Donovan Fourie Pics: Meghan McCabe The Yamaha Niken is the first full motorcycle – by that...

Going mad: Ducati Scrambler 1100 through a Lesotho winter

Going mad: Ducati Scrambler 1100 through a Lesotho winter People don't notice whether it's winter or summer when they're happy Shaun Wray is quite literally mad. Last year,...

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Karr MotoGP Report: Mugello tailgating and some qualifying

Rolling, puffy-green hills, cloud-mottled blue skies and the lubricious howl of Grand Prix motorcycles. What more can one ask for?Mugello is undeniably etched into...

Yamaha unveils new R7 – a bike that’s both worse and better

The last R7 was a strange paradox – it was released in 1999 as a 750cc. In-line, four-cylinder designed as an homologation bike so...

Karr MotoGP Report: Carnage. Mayhem. Heart-stopping action. Vive la France!

Let’s jump straight into it. Moto3: Naturally, Acosta was the focus of nearly the entire race. Look, the kid is good, we get it. Did he...

Karr Reports: MotoGP Qualifying – emotionally volatile Le Mans, France

French weather is much like the French people: emotionally volatile.Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP qualifiers transpired in (relatively) dryish and at worst damp-wet conditions; but...

Darryn Binder second in French GP Friday practice

Darryn Binder has started the French Grand Prix at the Le Mans Circuit strong as he lands in second place in the timesheets after...

Helmets to become cheaper: SA government removes duty on motorcycle helmets

Here is the mad way the South African government works – in an effort to protect local businesses, it places import duties on certain...
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