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About the Ballabio … By Ross Davies   I had ridden Robbie’s Ballabio on occasions but mainly just short trips to work and back. Even on those short trips IRead More
Fringe Dwelling and Wine Swilling Part Two – Heading North By Alan Lane-Richardson   In Part One, our intrepid travellers, Alan and Meredith, rode their Calis South from Brisbane via SydneyRead More
Fringe Dwelling and Wine Swilling Part One – Heading South By Alan Lane-Richardson   One day Darren mumbled “Al, would you like to go to a couple of rallies?” What couldRead More
EPA Laws on Noise Emissions By Craig Barrett Given that so many motorcyclists cross the border on runs I thought it would be useful to investigate the legal status ofRead More
The Good Oil on the Good Dirt By Jan Robinson   Finally found the perfect size billy to fit the stove, so set off at 3pm for a five dayRead More
Bushrangers and Underpants By Robyn – Ballabio   Well, I’m sure all of you have heard of the fabulous bushrangers’ way – the Oxley Highway to the highlands in NSWRead More
Nine Weeks on the Road OR How I Fell in Love with “Bertha”. (Part 3) By Michael Wilson   To summarise what occurred previously:  bikeless lad from the colonies returnsRead More
Nine Weeks on the Road OR How I Fell in Love with “Bertha”. (Part 2) By Michael Wilson For those readers who were able to partake of the last editionRead More
To Melbourne and Back By Alan and Meredith Lane-Richardson Our plans for our Christmas jaunt, like many of our plans, came together at the last moment. We’d intended to getRead More
GRANITE BELT & NORTHERN NSW TRIP Dec 04 (Ross & Robyn)   How sweet it was to fire up our bikes on Friday morning 23rd and to head off on ourRead More
STORM, 3A.M. By Hendrik Gout Adelaide is having a storm. Raindrops the size of hailstones, hailstones the size of gallstones. I suited up and went out.   The bike startedRead More
ACID TRIP By Hendrik Gout Good morning, boys and girls. If you all draw up your chairs and listen very closely, I will tell you a most you-knewsual story. TheRead More
Australia Day by Hendrik Gout A long time ago, before there were rabbits, cane toads, sheep, or bovines in this young and free land, Australian Day was not a rejoicedRead More
There are Rods for Our Backs By Hendrik Gout There are rods for our backs and for our eyes, and cones for smoking and seeing. Rods distinguish shapes, cones determineRead More
From Brisbane to Tassie By Pat Taylor   Left Brisbane on 13-12-03. Rode through the Gap on the New England Highway to Tamworth. Time for a sleep. Still in ridingRead More
The Hard Core Motorcyclist Quiz By Darren Houghton   Take the hardcore motorcyclist test to see if you actually measure up to the image of yourself that you carry inRead More