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Honda’s Africa Twin has huge boots to fill, taking on one of the most venerated monikers in motorcycling history. We get down and dirty with the adventure litre duallie to find out if it hits the mark, and deserves the weighty accolade. Also, the man that has been everywhere on a motorcycle and knows just about every trick of the trade, Brian Rix, shows us that bike packing for that big trip is an art. Especially when two-up. We follow Rixy into the smart traveller’s bike bags to take a lot of the pain out of packing. ARR heads just about as north as you can with a trip to the tip to tick off just about any Aussie adventure rider’s bucket list ride. There is probably not a rider in the country who hasn't dreamed of riding a motorcycle all the way to the very top of Cape York. This story is about turning that dream into reality. And, it’s easier than you think. We toss just about everything but the kitchen sink at Yamaha’s little bike that could, the R3. We reckon small capacity bikes are about to burst through the ego barrier to be more popular than ever. Could this be one that fill the sports bike spot in your garage? Nigel Crowley brings us the answer. More great stuff in Issue #136 sees Thunderbirds old and new compared. From Brando to brand new, Triumph’s incredible heritage comes alive in this fabulous look into the bike that shot Triumph to screen stardom and its classy modern namesake.

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