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Australian Road Rider

Issue 150

THE NO.1 MAGAZINE FOR TOURING Australian Road Rider is the only Australian magazine to address the technical aspects of riding and celebrate the pure enjoyment of touring. At Australian Road Rider we know that there’s nothing like the pleasure of hitting the open road and exploring our glorious country. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

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a few of my favourite things

GREG LEECH Hi folks. This is my last issue as editor of this fine magazine. I’ll still be about, writing for ARR, just gonna get out from behind the editing desk and hand over to the new bloke, Nigel Paterson. He’s an old mate and he’ll do you proud, I’m sure.So I thought I’d revisit a few of the stories I’ve brought to you over that time. Just snippets of things that were fun… ON GREAT OCEAN ROAD TOURING… “Now, the Twelve Apostles. I call bullshit. There are not 12 at all. And there’s a lot more than 12 tourists. There are, in fact, 12 million of the busy bees. Choppers, buses, gift shops and designated parking areas. Granted, the view is speccy, but this wasn’t my beautiful…

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austrilian road rider

Editor Greg Leech Designer Martha Rubazewicz Photographers Anne Baker, iKapture, Josh Evans, Heather Ware Contributors Gregor Reynolds, Amy Harburg, Geoff Seddon, Brian Rix, Greg Smith, Mark and Barbara Jones, Michael Clode, Matthew Shields, Nigel Crowley, Ian Neubauer, Christopher P. Baker, Roderick Eime Cover Image by Half Light Photography Editorial roadrider@umco.com.au Subscription enquiries mailorder@umco.com.au National Sales Manager Conor Fraser cfraser@umco.com.au Ph 0413 260 213 Advertising Production Christine Orchard Associate Publisher Marcus Hucker Chairman/CEO Prema Perera Publisher Janice Williams Chief Financial Officer Vicky Mahadeva Associate Publisher Emma Perera Finance & Administration Manager James Perera Circulation Business Development Manager Mark McTaggart Creative Director Kate Podger Marketing & Acquisitions Manager Chelsea Peters…

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news for roadriders keith flint. committed motorcycle man

The Prodigy frontman, Keith Flint, tragically passed away aged 49 in March this year. The singer and dancer was found dead at his home in Dunmow, Essex, and had produced seven number-one albums and a string of top-10 hits with his fellow bandmates.Best known as the frontman for The Prodigy, Flint carried the sound of British rave music from an insular community of party-goers to an international audience.With a biking history ranging from a Yamaha Fizzie to his very own Moto2 bike, the London-born star appeared in UKbased news magazine MCN on numerous occasions, pursuing his own racing career and even successfully running his own teams on both short circuits and on the roads.Flint was passionate about motorcycle racing and increased his involvement with the sport in 2010, when…

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whatz new

MOTODRY DRYPAK 30 With this completely waterproof backpack you can carry your valuables anywhere with confidence, knowing they will always be dry and dust-free. This bag is manufactured from heavy-duty 500D three-layer vinyl/polyester material for maximum strength. All seams are carefully heat-bonded to ensure waterproofness, as are the extra reinforcing panels at all strap mounting points, pockets etc. Key features: • 30 litres storage capacity• Roll-top opening to prevent water entry• Outer quick access pocket• Adjustable shock chords to secure any external items• Cushioned / vented back support panels for riding comfort• Rubberised carry handle• Night safety reflective stripes The quids: $89.95 Contact: motonational.com.au PISTA GP R SOLELUNA HELMET The ultimate track helmet is now claimed to be even better, with an included hydration system, MotoGPdeveloped…

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big shot

Triumph Street Cup and Tasmania’s wonderful twisties... If you ain’t dropping one now and then, well, you ain’t trying. ARR’s off-road gun Amy Harburg has a moment. (Photo: Craig Bernard) Big Ténéré in NZ. Where do we sign? (Photo: Greg Smith)…

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v four victory

GEOFF SEDDON The first World Superbike Championship race I went to was at Oran Park, south-west of Sydney, in 1988. Australia was the second last round of the inaugural series before the fledging show moved on to New Zealand. The big drawcard, for me anyway, was the expected appearance of former World 500 Champion Marco Lucchinelli riding the radical liquid-cooled DOHC eight-valve Ducati 851.I was a Ducati tragic even then, and the all-new V-twin was a huge deal. So imagine my disappointment when I made the trek to Oran Park only to learn that the Ducati factory had pulled the pin on the last two rounds. Despite winning a few races early in the year, Ducati figured their time would be better spent developing the bike in Bologna…