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Dirt Action August 2019

Dirt Action is Australia's most progressive and relevant dirtbike publication. Covering all aspects of motocross, trailriding and enduro, Dirt Action has something for every rider and every fan. The magazine covers everything from in-depth interviews and comprehensive race coverage to the most complete bike testing and technical advice in Australia. Dirt Action has a direct line to all aspects of the sport and delivers content in an informative yet entertaining manner. If you want real stories tied with the best images, Dirt Action has it all. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

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Universal Wellbeing PTY Limited
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5 min.
yo, japan… where you at?

Having recently gone to the separate world launches of the 2020 KTM, Husqvarna and Sherco enduro ranges, I came away with two overriding thoughts. One was just how impressive the model ranges were and how good we have it right now in terms of the quality of motorcycle available to the average trail basher. The other was how sad it is that of the four Japanese companies, three are missing from this picture. Having dropped the two-stroke and largely walked away from enduro racing and motorcycle production, Honda, Kawasaki and Suzuki have handed a massive slice of the market to the Europeans who, it must be said, are doing a damn fine job at taking it forward through innovation and giving the customer plenty of choice in model range. There…

8 min.
2020 is here!

2020 YAMAHA YZ125 Joining the Yamaha fleet is the 2020 Yamaha YZ125X. The little brother to the enduro race-ready YZ250X, the 125X is aimed at the small-bore enduro racer. » All-new model for 2020 » Yamaha Power Valve (YPVS) » 125cc liquid-cooled two-stroke » Six-speed transmission » Enduro-optimised CDI ignition settings » New cylinder head » New combustion chamber shape » O-ring chain » Sidestand as standard » Enduro-specific Dunlop AT81 tyres » 18-inch rear wheel » Reserve fuel position » Australian models come fitted with an off-road kit including lights, ready for recreational registration 2020 YAMAHA YZ250FX Yamaha’s enduro 250F receives an all-new look and is updated to the latest YZ performance level. » Based on the championship-winning 2019 Yamaha YZ250F » Added sixth gear and wide ratio transmission » Yamaha’s latest-generation alloy frame » Improved electronics including an ultra-lightweight, four-cell lithium-ion battery powered starter » All-new body work » KYB…

1 min.
david walsh wins the 2019 tatts finke desert race

In his 12th attempt and in the box seat of a North Star Pastoral KTM factory ride, David Walsh has claimed victory in the 2019 Tatts Finke Desert Race. The local hero impressed on the KTM500EXC to claim victory from the Husqvarna duo of Jake Smith and Beau Ralston. Walsh had previously finished second three times to Toby Price. “I’m just completely blown away and I’m over the moon with getting my first win here at Finke,” said Walsh. “It’s truly a credit to the North Star Pastoral KTM Desert Racing Team because without those guys, I wouldn’t be here. They work around the clock and it’s like a big family — I can’t thank them enough for their efforts. Getting down to Finke with a five-minute lead made it easier…

1 min.
ktm purchases ktm australia and new zealand

Automotive Holdings Group has sold the remaining 74 per cent of its motorcycle importing business to KTM. After purchasing 26 per cent of the business in 2017, KTM now takes full ownership of both KTM Group Australia and KTM Group New Zealand. “What a journey it has been since our first AHG Dealer Conference in 1994 and there have been so many significant milestones along the way,” said Jeff Leisk, General Manager, KTM Group Australia and New Zealand. “I am extremely proud to have seen the KTM and Husqvarna Motorcycle brands go from strength to strength in both the Australian and New Zealand markets. We have built strong relationships with our dealers and our customers and this has been the key to our success. Becoming a factory-owned subsidiary will increase the…

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2009 honda crf450r

I REALLY LIKE THE COMBINATION OF LIGHTWEIGHT FEEL AND QUICK RPM-STYLE POWER. IT ALMOST GIVES THE CRF AGILE, RM-Z-LIKE HANDLING What does it run like? Honda has always had a great 450 engine. It hasn’t been the most powerful, or the most aggressive, but it’s had a good spread of responsive, well-placed power across the entire rev range. For 2009, the EFI engine is more responsive, as it picks up swiftly and cleanly at any throttle setting. Power is ample, and maybe a tad tougher than this year — more in line with 2007 — but that is a pure seat-of-the-pants feel. I think there are 450s out there with more power, but few with the same combination of power, spread, torque and ease of use. The engine feels almost two-stroke like…