GC Motorcycles are one of Australia's largest specialist motorcycle tyre centres. Tyres are important to us and one of our major aims is to bring the tyres to the front of the shop, not hidden in some corner like an afterthought; after all it's the tyres that determine the performance of your motorcycle.
Motorcycle services from $95 + Parts, competitive prices across the board.MaxPower performance Motorcycles Wollongong is an approved Dynojet Tuning Center, Aprilia & Moto Guzzi Service & Parts Agent, Log Book Servicing to most Brands, Repair & Suspension Specialist. From modified street bikes to purpose built dirt machines, we can take care of any issue or modification you may be after, we are tooled up for all jobs.
Adelaide Bike Works services a wide variety of motorcycles specialising in Harley Davidson motorbikes using genuine parts.
We carry a large range of parts at great prices as well as a host of motorcycle accessories to make your ride that much more enjoyable.
You can usually tell the estimated value of a collectable by its position in a shop. Over the past 10 years Observer's books (and a few other series in a similar vein) have moved from the second-hand bookseller's bargain bin to the top shelf behind the shop assistant. They're not..read more
LEARNER riders could soon be able to ride motorcycles of up to 660 cc in capacity under plans for sweeping reforms to two-wheeled licensing laws in Victoria. The proposed changes would allow learner permit holders and P-platers to select a bike from a list of approved motorcycles that fall below..read more
SOME of the best second-hand car bargains, says David Grey of Fowles Auction Group, are in the damaged category. Every Wednesday at 10am, more than 500 damaged vehicles are offered to bidders at Fowles modern motor auction centre in Gordon Luck Avenue, Altona. Should you buy a damaged vehicle?..read more
FOR the past few years, Harley-Davidson has dominated sales of motorcycles in the over-700 cm3 category. According to conventional wisdom this dramatic rise in sales was temporary and could not last. When the bubble burst, it was said, not only would sales drop but second-hand prices would plum
LEARNERS have for some years had to start their motorcycling careers with motorcycles no larger than 260 cm3 - effectively a 250. As a consequence, the price of 250s rose in line with the laws of demand and supply. New 250s are not a bargain and, given that most..read more