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Australasian Dirt Bike Magazine

Australasian Dirt Bike Magazine

Issue 485

For 37 years, Australasian Dirt Bike magazine has been the definitive source of information for off-road motorcyclists – from beginners wondering where to ride and what gear to wear, to seasoned riders getting their monthly fix of racing action and bike hot-up advice. The stories cater to junior riders, ’weekend warrior’ trail riders, full-blown racer-heads and the technically-minded. Bike tests, riding tips, equipment guides, race reports and rider profiles are all delivered with full-colour professional photography.

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Australia
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Citrus Media
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IN DEZE EDITIE

1 min.
australasian dirt bike magazine

THE TEAM EDITOR: Mitch Lees DIGITAL EDITOR: Olly Malone SUB EDITOR: Wolter Kuiper DESIGN: Brendon Wise MOTOCROSS EDITOR: Lee Hogan TECHNICAL EDITOR: Mat Boyd ENDURO EDITOR: Geoff Braico HEALTH EDITOR: Stephen Gall EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENT: Paul Malin US CORRESPONDENT: Steve Matthes FOUNDER: Geoff Eldridge HONOUR ROLL: GE, Tony Kirby, Paul Broomfield CONTRIBUTORS Chad Reed, Simon Cudby, Ben Grabham, Warren Jack, JP Media, Simon Makker, Max Peters, Warren Turner, Hunter Lawrence PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER: Ian Scott ADVERTISING CO-ORDINATOR: Yang Zhou ADVERTISING HEAD OF SALES: Dale Johnson dale.johnson@adbmag.com.au NATIONAL SALES MANAGER: Mark Evans 0422 805 205, mark.evans@adbmag.com.au› QLD SALES MANAGER: Todd Anderson 0409 630 733, todd@motormedia.com.au› MANAGEMENT CITRUS MEDIA PUBLISHER: Jim Flynn 0449 801 899, jim@citrusmedia.com.au…

2 min.
musical chairs

THE OFF-SEASON musical chairs are in full swing and under-the-table deals are now being served up as the main course. The biggest surprise came from Australian Supercross Championship runner-up Luke Clout, who announced only days after the series that he would ride for Penrite Honda this year in the MX1 class of the MX Nationals. THE BIGGEST SURPRISE CAME FROM AUSTRALIAN SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP RUNNER-UP LUKE CLOUT The deal also includes a gig on a 250 in rounds of the AMA West Coast Supercross Championship starting at Anaheim 1. Clout is being joined in the US on a Penrite CRF250R by ASX SX2 winner Mitchell Oldenburg but when he returns home he will be teamed with Perth’s Kyle Webster, who will sit under the Penrite tent but ride a CRF250R in MX2. CDR Yamaha…

2 min.
ktm confirms clone program

SOIL SAMPLE HOT OFF THE PRESS GAS GAS MOTORCYCLES AS we know them will disappear this year, with future enduro models to be built on the KTM platform already used by Husqvarna. KTM Senior Product Manager Off-road, Joachim Sauer, told Enduro Magazine that Pierer Mobility (formerly KTM Industries AG) would continue to build Gas Gas bikes in Spain but that they would be heavily based on KTM designs. That means they will run the same chrome-moly frames built by WP in Munderfing, Austria, and probably the same engines, with Gas Gas needing to replace its ageing two-stroke enduro motor to meet Euro 5. Sauer didn’t go into detail about the exact specifications of the MY21 models but he did confirm they will run suspension from WP, which Pierer owns, and not…

2 min.
chad reed calling it quits

THIS WILL BE Chad Reed’s final year as a full-time rider. The two-time AMA Supercross premier class champion revealed in the pre-race press conference at AUS-X Open Melbourne that the event would be his final race in Australia as a factory-backed rider and that 2020 would be his final year racing full-time. He did not discount the possibility of returning for one-off events like retired athletes such as Ryan Villopoto and Ricky Carmichael. “I love dirtbikes, that’s what kept me in it this long,” Reed said during the press conference. “This will be my final race in Australia as a full-time racer but my goal is to do off-season races.” Reed had hinted during SX-Open Auckland that the AUS-X Open could be his final race in Australia as a pro. He broke…

1 min.
luke clout signs with penrite honda

LUKE CLOUT HAS jumped ship following his narrow loss in the Australian Supercross Championship to Justin Brayton and has signed with Brayton’s championship-winning team, Penrite Honda Racing. Clout finished second in both the MX Nationals and Australian Supercross Championship riding in the 450 class for CDR Yamaha. Penrite Honda secured its fourth back-to-back SX1 title in Melbourne. The New South Wales rider will debut for his new Honda team in the AMA Supercross series, where he plans to race several rounds of the West Coast Lites Championship before returning home for the MX Nats. “I am excited to get back to America and race the best supercross riders in the world,” he said. “I feel I am a better rider than I was when I raced there three years ago. I have…

2 min.
dungey turns red

RYAN DUNGEY HAS parted ways with KTM after an eight-year love affair and joined Factory Connection Racing as part owner of the Geico Honda team. The move will see Dungey apply his professional racing experience to the 250 squad’s AMA Supercross and Pro Motocross campaigns featuring Hunter and Jett Lawrence. The five-time AMA Supercross Champion and four-time AMA Pro Motocross Champion will work with the Lawrence brothers and a host of other riders who Dungey hopes to build into champions. “Factory Connection Racing is a premier team that has had a lot of success and has a great line-up of talented riders,” he said. “I’ll be able to apply my experience and knowledge to the next generation and future generations of riders and, because I’m a part owner, it’s something long-term that…