Hundreds of motorcycles will tear around Invercargill streets in November, with the Burt Munro Street Races'' southern shift all but set in stone.
The street races, which had been running at a loss, were scratched from the annual event in April after the Burt Munro Challenge committee revealed it could have lost up to $10,000 running the event [ ... ]
Triumph Riders MC New Zealand are honoured to announce an exciting new association with the Hinckley Triumph Owners Club International (covering Europe, UK, USA, and Australia)
We look forward as a club to this exciting new association.
Triumph's Bonneville homage-twin range has long represented a blank canvas upon which motorcycle customisers the world over have applied their art, so who can blame the Hinckley-based firm for indulging in a little customisation of their own.
The new limited-edition T214 version of the Bonneville is essentially the SE version of the bike dr [ ... ]
Well we all have to have one of "those meetings". This years in the surroundings of Paul's lovely country home.
Congratulation to Paul Newth on his election as Secretary and Martin Duffy on his election as Treasurer of the Manawatu Chapter.
The Britten V-1000 doesn't really need any introduction to a New Zealand audience as the highly-innovative racing motorcycle ranks alongside the Buzzy Bee toy and pavlova as a culturally-defining Kiwi creation.
Throughout the 1990s, the "built in a Christchurch backyard" bike covered itself with glory and became a source of national pride.