Yamaha MT 10 Reviews

Posted by on Nov 16, 2016 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on Yamaha MT 10 Reviews

One of the best motorcycling families on the planet has a new patriarch — and this one talks the talk like no other The new flagship has arrived in town! Yamaha’s MT-10 naked bike has now joined its MT stablemates on sale Down Under, boasting – as you’d expect from a YZF-R1-derived bike – a muscular stance, exhilarating performance and all the credentials to join the upper echelon of one-litre naked sports bikes. I vividly remember when Yamaha launched the one-litre FZ1 (or Fazer in other markets) naked bike back in 2001,...

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Top selling bikes in 2014/2015

Posted by on Jan 18, 2016 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on Top selling bikes in 2014/2015

View a list of the top 10 bikes sold through bikesales.com.au in January – September, 2015 compared with January – September, 2014

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How to brake

Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on How to brake

While it’s true you can accelerate out of trouble, it’s smart braking that’ll save your bacon. More than anything else, braking relies on having the best bike underneath you. From brake discs to pads and hoses to tyres, the bike’s braking system needs to be in tip-top condition to give you an even chance of keeping out of trouble. But there’s another braking system on your bike that helps out greatly – the drive train. Using the gearbox and clutch can greatly help set the bike up for heavy braking and ensures that the machine stays...

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Motorcycle Lane Filtering – Why It Should Be Legal

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on Motorcycle Lane Filtering – Why It Should Be Legal

  “Lane filtering is defined as motorcycles moving between lanes of slow or stationary traffic. This not only eases traffic congestion for everyone, it is six times safer for motorcyclists. Authorities recognise the benefits of lane filtering but have permitted legal ambiguity about it (EU MAIDS Final Report 2.0, comparing fatalities from motorcycles stopped in traffic to motorcycles filtering, 2009). It’s time to take a longer look at lane filtering. This is an appeal to road authorities from Australia’s motorcyclists,...

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We have a new workshop!

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on We have a new workshop!

To accommodate our growing fleet, we’ve had to build a whole new workshop! Take a look at the photos.

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Light up your motorcycle helmet for safety

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on Light up your motorcycle helmet for safety

While most motorcycle gear has reflective material for better night visibility, few motorcycle helmets do. But now you can switch on your helmet and turn it into a visual safety device at night. Read the full article here: http://motorbikewriter.com/light-motorcycle-helmet-safety/

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Road Safety Council backs calls for motorcyclists to use bus lanes

Posted by on Jun 18, 2015 in Blog: Revin Up | Comments Off on Road Safety Council backs calls for motorcyclists to use bus lanes

Motorcyclists would be allowed to ride in bus lanes under a plan to ease congestion being considered by the Barnett Government. A working group established by the Road Safety Council this year has recommended a six-month trial of shared bus lanes. “Evidence presented suggested that allowing motorcycles and scooters to use bus lanes for a traffic efficiency gain would not adversely impact on safety for motorcyclists and other users,” the council said in a recent report. Read the full article...

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