With this being many of the participant's inaugural visits to the track, lots of practice laps were required to get times and setup sorted.
New talents joined at this round with Johno Williams, Sam, and Ben Lucchitti attending with their beautifully prepared Roaring Sporties.
The Neale Brumby HEAVY DUTY Pole Position Awards were won by Johno Williams in Superstock and James Downie in the Classic class. Combined with other OZBEARS contestants, 31 bikes gridded for the races, and the pace was described as ‘frenetic’, with many daring maneuvers, late braking passes, and close racing ensuing over the duration of the four-race programme.
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Polishing The Facets
Finessing the sharp edges and making that 124 sing and dance
The Fabulous Flexi Flyer
A genuine time capsule with history oozing from every single unique pore.
Road Raves Living The Life With Doc Robinson
WORDS OF WISDOM “When I was old enough to ride a motorcycle and got my license, I bought a ’69 Sportster.” – Chuck Zito
The End Of The Line
Writing a road test about a bike that is due to disappear from dealers’ floors any minute is a bit weird. Should this be more of a eulogy?
Now It's Time To Head Down Track
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With our own area called the Motorcycle Precinct, bikers were well catered for at this year’s RockyNats
With a Softail Deluxe already dripping in chrome, of course Paul was easily swayed by the offer of a shiny, new S&S SuperStreet two-into-one.
SPORTS STILL ROARING
Blues skies greeted the National Roaring Sporties racers for Round Two at the challenging Morgan Park Raceway near Warwick, Qld.
NO STRINGS ATTACHED
Even some of the locals are over the yodelling and pedal steel guitars. HOG member and history nerd, Roderick Eime explores another side of Tamworth and the surrounding region.
The drought was well and truly broken with HOG members from all over Australia making it to Rockhampton.