Move to end ‘ridiculous’ helmet camera ban

South Australia will next week vote to remove the “ridiculous” ban on helmet cameras to improve rider safety, encourage more people to ride and to collect evidence in road accidents. Shadow Minister for Police, Emergency and Correctional Services, Stephan Knoll will introduce his Private Members Bill in Parliament on Thursday, June 22, 2017. However, it […]

1 All Natural High Fiber Food You Should Eat Daily

It’s no secret that high fiber foods are essential, and there is one type of soluble fiber you should eat every day, FOS. In this article, you will learn about FOS, why you should consume it regularly, and where to obtain it. 1. What is FOS? FOS is an acronym for fructooligosaccharides. In their all […]

Honda pushes automatic transmission – Motorbike Writer

Honda Australia is promoting its automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission on the new Africa Twin adventure bike by offering the upgrade for free. Apart from scooters, there are few bikes that have a clutchless shift transmission, although many hi-tech sports bikes now have a quick shifter that allows shifts without using the clutch. The standard transmission Africa […]

Motorbike Helmets – To Wear or Not To Wear?

It has been imperative to wear helmets due to the increasing incidence of mortality from motor vehicular accidents particularly among motorbikes. Severe injuries have been sustained in most cases such as head and neck injuries which decrease the likelihood of survival. That is why apart from other motorbike gears, the helmet bears the heaviest duty […]

Indian Scout now as cheap as chips

The most popular Indian model, the Scout, is now as cheap as chips with a $2000 price cut and a $1400 stage 1 exhaust thrown into the bargain. That’s the latest advertising campaign from Indian to shift the 2016-plated 1133c V-twin cruiser. But the $2000 price drop to the bargain ride-away price of $16,995 is strange. […]

Urbanization and Population

Cities today are growing and developing faster than ever before. This growth is due to easier transportation methods, immigration, technological advances and people becoming more and more attracted to cities based on their business focus and convenience of facilities. But cities are facing many difficulties that are affecting the life of people that live, work […]

Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 from RSD

Ducati continues to grow its most-popular Scrambler family with the Mach 2.0 which the Italian company commissioned from LA custom house Roland Sands Design. The Mach 2.0 has been unveiled at the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz and is named after the 1965 Ducati Mach 1 250. It’s basically an Icon model with 1970s-inspired yellow and brown paintwork […]

Call for lane filtering rule change

A simple lane filtering rule change could save the lives of riders who filter to the front of traffic at the lights and then take off immediately on the green. That’s what most lane-filtering riders do. However, they run the risk of being hit by vehicles from the side running a red light. We tried to […]

Call for lifetime rider training rewards

Riders should be encouraged to seek more rider training and gain rewards for improved skills, according to a position paper released by the Motorcycle Council of NSW. One of their suggestions is a marketing campaign to returned riders to seek more training. Steve says mature-aged returning riders with “dormant licences” are over-represented in the crash statistics. […]