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#370 20-03

Whether you’re into collectable classics or the latest superbike, Just Bikes is the only magazine you need if you want to buy, sell or just dream. Just Bikes is it the largest selling bike magazine in Australia. There’s no better place to find your next dream machine, or to find a like-minded mate who’s going to take care of yours if you need to sell it. Even if you’re not in the market to buy a bike right now, it’s practically free to dream. Not to mention convenient.

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mondial released in australia

There’s a new name in the Australian LAMS market – FB Mondial. But those that know their two-wheel history will know that FB Mondial is not so new. In fact, the name dates back to the 1920s (first as FB in 1929, then FB Mondial from 1948), but has been reinvented for the new millennium. MODERN MONDIAL The new FB Mondial is the second revival of the Italian motorcycle brand since 1979 and came about in 2014 when Count Pierluigi Boselli, a descendant of one of the original founders, allied with Cesare Galli, a former technical director of Fantic Motor. After signing a deal to access the Chinese production resources of Piaggio, FB Mondial was reborn, combining Italian style with full-volume production capacity. Officially announcing their return in 2015, FB Mondial relaunched with the…

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win an indian ftr 1200s with shannons

Shannons are offering the chance to win a new FTR 1200S as part of their Goodwood Revival competition. Valued at $24,995, the 2019-model Indian FTR 1200S is part of a prize pool valued at almost $50,000 that includes entry to the 2020 Goodwood Revival retro motoring event – the highlight of a 15-day trip for two to the UK. One of the must-do events for fans of two and four wheels, the Goodwood Revival is all about the classics, with not just historic racing cars and bikes from the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s, but the paddock is also decorated in the spirit of the era, with participants and spectators encouraged to dress in the style of the period, too. While predominantly a classic car event, there’s plenty to see for motorcycle fans, with…

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triple shot super show preview

An all-new car and bike event is coming to Sydney this November in the form of the Machines & Macchiatos Triple Shot Super Show. Presented by the Sydney Machina Social Club, the Triple Shot Super Show promises to be big: so big, in fact, it’ll be held over two days – 23 and 24 November – at the St. Ives showgrounds (18km north of Sydney CBD). Day 1, Saturday 23 November, is a family-friendly day with food trucks, a bar, live music from the Cruisin’ Deuces, a movie car display and rides and amusements for the kids. The day culminates with a special drive-in open-air cinema. Public entry is free, but there is a charge for the open-air cinema - $20/car and $10/non-car entry. Day 2, Sunday 24 November, is the big Show…

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2020 indian scout released

The upcoming year will mark the centenary of Indian’s Scout model and Indian Motorcycle are celebrating with a pair of special edition models inspired by the 1920 original. SCOUT 100th ANNIVERSARY Limited to 750 units globally, the ‘Scout 100th Anniversary’ runs the same 1133cc v-twin engine, 6-speed transmission, suspension, ABS brakes and cycle parts as the current Scout, but adds styling features inspired by the original. These include a genuine leather solo saddle in Desert Tan, wire spoke wheels with black rims, a chrome luggage rack, chromed headlight shell, chromed exhaust pipes and selected chrome engine parts, as well as ‘beach bar’ handlebars that feature a crossbrace and slightly different spread than the standard Scout bars. Finished exclusively in Indian Motorcycle Red with Anniversary Gold coachlines that extend to the wheels, the Scout…

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gold coast h-d wins 2019 aus/nz botk

Gold Coast Harley-Davidson has won the Australian and New Zealand leg of this year’s Battle of the Kings custom motorcycle build-off competition and is hoping to make the grand finale at EICMA in Milan this November, where the Global Custom King will be crowned. The local leg of Battle of the Kings (BotK) attracted 26 Harley-Davidson dealerships to build a custom Harley to one of three themes – Dirt, Race or Chop. Each build was subject to a strict set of rules, including use of Harley-Davidson Genuine Parts and Accessories, and spending no more than half the bike’s retail price on the build. RIOT RIDE For their BotK entry, Gold Coast Harley-Davidson drew inspiration from the famous Hollister Riot of 1947, when an AMA-sanctioned motorcycle rally in the small California town of Hollister…

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electric trikes approved for queensland

A Brisbane-based company focussed on “first and last mile” goods transportation has recently received approval from the Australian Road Vehicle Safety authority to run electric-powered delivery trikes on Queensland roads. Distributed by e-Motion Concepts, the trikes are available in two configurations – CT-KARGO and CT-KUBE. Both feature hub-mounted electric motors and lithium batteries, with a top speed of 45km/h and driving range of up to 100km between charges. Compact dimensions, including width of less than a metre for both models, make them ideal for inner-city deliveries, according to e-Motion Concepts. The vehicles are manufactured by RAP SEV, a Chinese company specialising in intelligent electric vehicles for export markets. The CT-KUBE is the smaller of the two models and is said to be ideal for delivery of food and beverages, fresh flowers, pathology products…