Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances, the JB Memorial Ride has been postponed until May 4th 2013. The details are listed below:
The ride will now take place on Saturday, 4th May 2013 and will be meeting at the Torque Bar at Fraser Motorcycles in Concord, Sydney at 9:30am. We will then depart by 10:30am for Wisemans Ferry, where we will have lunch before returning to Annandale to meet with JB's family, Jan, Bella and Frankie.
Aprilia’s goal was to create a new standard of performance and safety in the maxi scooter segment – to set a new benchmark and create the world’s most powerful and fastest scooter ever produced.
The Aprilia SRV 850 ABS/ATC is the true meeting point of the high performance motorcycle and scooter. The technology and performance has been created not from a scooter perspective but more from a high performance motorcycle. And what better manufacturer than Aprilia is more qualified to take this approach?
In the In Gear section of the March edition of 2Wheels, we incorrectly titled Ducati Jeans as “Ducati Kevlar Jeans”. This was an editorial error, not a breach of any kind by Ducati Australia or Ducati Motor Holding on the registered trademark Kevlar ® brand.
...and the winner is...the Victory Cross Country Tour!
Congratulations to Victory for producing the most popular motorcycle.
There are also three prize winners for the QBE Readers Choice Award.
First prize is a Nolan N-602 Casey Stoner Replica helmet, second prize is an LS2 Carbon helmet and third prize prize a pair of Alpinestars GP-Pro Gloves.
Congratulations to the three winners!
1st: Les Hurd
2nd: Terence McCarthy
3rd: Colin Snowden
Thank you to everyone who entered the competition and keep an eye on the 2Wheels website and Facebook page for more prizes and giveaways.
It was great sadness for us all when we heard 2Wheels columnist and contributor, Kevin Ash, passed away in South Africa at the launch of the lastest incarnation of BMW's R 1200 GS. Kevin was one of the most widely liked and respected motorcycle journalists in the world and was an inspiration to all those around him. The only thing Kevin loved more than motorcycles was his family - wife Caroline and their three daughters. The motorcycle community will miss him dearly - but not as much as his family, who our heartfelt thoughts now turn towards...