Psychs on Bikes Big Ride for mental health

Psychologists and psychiatrists are mounting up on their motorcycles for their annual Big Ride to bring mental health issues and therapies to people in remote communities. There’s the old saying that you will never find a motorcycle outside a psychologist’s office, that is unless it belongs to a psychologist who belongs to the group, Psychs […]

Second Ipswich Bike Night looms

The second Ipswich Bike Night at the Ipswich Country Club is on this Saturday (April 1) and Motorbike Writer will have a stall where you can buy some of the products from our new online shop. Co-organisers Brad Palmer, duty manager of the Ipswich Country Club, and course superintendent Luke Nowlan say the first night was such a success they […]

The Symbol Of The Skull: Subculture Or Pop Culture

These days, we see the skull symbol emblazoned on everything from toddler socks to nightclub wear. In any American mall, youth specialty store or discount store, one can see it’s image in many forms. Jewelry, jackets, tee-shirts and other apparel sparkling with rhinestone or other artistic depictions. Heads aren’t not just for Halloween, any more! […]

MV Agusta financial plans approved

What does it mean for MV Agusta customers now that the Italian Court of Varese has approved their financial reshaping of the company? The Italian brand is declaring there are good times ahead. They now have the backing of Russian financial investors and are coming back to full production again on all current models, although […]

Review on Men’s Italian Briefcases – 16 Briefcase Reviews

We hope you find our Men’s Italian Briefcase Resource Center helpful in your search for the ultimate men’s Italian briefcase. We have provided detailed reviews on sixteen leading briefcases made by top Italian case manufacturers. The first men’s Italian leather briefcase is by Tony Perotti, the Lazio triple gusset briefcase. The style is traditional and […]

Go slow on ABS, ESC and autonomous vehicles

The Australian Motorcycle Council is calling on authorities to slow down the testing and introduction of autonomous vehicles and to abandon plans for mandatory ABS and traction control. AMC representative Guy Stanford says authorities seem to keen to progress toward autonomous vehicles without considering the impact on motorcyclists, pedestrians and cyclists who may not be […]

Fashion for Different Seasons

As the seasons change it is essential to adapt your style accordingly, while remaining fashionable and fabulous. Below are some top tips for the oncoming months: Autumn / Winter 2010 The weather may be dull and dreary outside, but this does not mean your style has to suffer. There are plenty of gorgeous ladies winter […]

Ducati revenue driven by new models

Ducati looks set for a continued model assault as its sales hit a record for the seventh consecutive year in 2016 and revenue was up 4.1%. In 2017, the Italian brand introduces seven new models: 1299 Superleggera, SuperSport, Multistrada 950, Monster 797 and 1200, and Ducati Scrambler Café Racer and Desert Sled. How many more […]

Some Interesting Facts on Western Boots

The western cowboy boots evolved out to of a very practical necessity, namely the need to protect the feet for people who stayed outdoors for long hours, some times even days on end, in harsh, bitter cold weather. The cowboy boot, staring out as the rudimentary kind of footwear, had one, and only one use- […]

Varied lane filtering laws explained

Lane filtering laws now extend to four states and one territory in Australia and lane splitting in California in the US, but more states may be coming on board and the laws vary. It makes it difficult for nomadic riders to avoid offending if the laws vary slightly in each state. While we welcome lane […]