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  • Quintanilla takes Dakar lead

    Pablo Quintanilla has secured a close runner-up result on the day’s timed special stage and is now the rally’s provisional overall leader with three out of 10 stages contested in Peru....

  • Farewell Ted Goddard

    It was with huge sadness we learned of the death of Ted Goddard on December 30, 2018, at the age of 82. Ted was enormously influential in shaping Australian off-road racing...

  • KTM NZ Adventure Rallye: Northland teaser video

    Experience a taste of the adventure yourself with the incredible teaser video of the 2018 KTM New Zealand Adventure Rallye: Northland. Orange adventurers exploring beaches, endless sandy pine forests and private...

  • Dakar: Barreda wins first stage on the Lima-Pisco route.

    Honda’s Barreda, who has won over 20 stages in past events, was the top rider at both waypoints before arriving at the end as the pace-setter of the 84km timed section....

  • Yamaha feeling confident

    If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. “We feel very confident going into this Dakar”, announced Alexandre Kowalski, the boss of the Yamaha team, which last year narrowly missed overall victory...

  • Toby Price: “We’ll definitely go full gas”

    The 2016 Dakar champion hurt his scaphoid bone while training a few weeks ago, but he got it fixed in time for the start. The Australian rider plans to take it...

  • Dakar: Getting set

    Meanwhile, the motorbike field is also bursting with ambition, especially among the red-clad Honda bikers. The Japanese team finished just one step below the top of the podium in two of...

  • Continental TKC70s

    A pair of Continental TKC70s have been doing service with the editor, and he’s raving about them. Regular readers will know the bike in the pic gets the best of everything....

  • Roo-ted. Jason Barrett has a close encounter

    Everyone know Barrett Exhausts, and most people would know by now Jason (Barrett) also has a range of excellent adventure apparel and accessories available under the ‘Barrett Products’ brand. One of...

  • The KLR lives…for now

    There was a frenzy of outrage in the later half of 2018 when word spread that Kawasaki would no longer produce the KLR650. Adventure Rider Magazine was a little sceptical about...

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