He’s not even a teenager yet, but already Bay of Plenty’s Reeve Lee is turning heads on the motorcycling scene. Lee is only 11 years old, but, with special dispensation from the sport’s governing body here, Motorcycling New Zealand, he was able to launch his road-racing career at the third and final round of the […]
With the clutch on the DL1000 feeling much better after the repairs, we decided what ...
Day 9 started with a few lads getting new tyres fitted at McIver & Veitch ...
This morning we took a slightly slower start to the day. After briefing, a few ...
We started with most people making comments about the temperature, but to be fair it ...
Yamaha New Zealand is proud to announce our first-ever Yamaha New Zealand Ténéré Tour NZ 2020: Central Plateau 8th-11th October. The Yamaha Ténéré Tour is about adventurers experiencing the limitless possibilities that New Zealand has to offer on two wheels. Open to Yamaha adventure riders with the following eligible Yamaha models: Ténéré 700. Designed with […]
Hey Team With the move to COVID-19 alert level 2 on Thursday 14th we will be open and excited and ready to welcome you back into store. We have a register for you to sign which is required for contact tracing, this can be written or you can scan a QR code to file out […]
Hey Team With the move to Covid-19 alert level 3 on Tuesday 28th, We will be offering a range of services to you! To give you the best service with level 3 we have to ask you to contact us either by email or phone so we can assist you. Please do not arrive at […]
With the clutch on the DL1000 feeling much better after the repairs, we decided what better way to test it out than hitting Skippers Canyon (just out of Queenstown) which is the most dangerous state road in NZ, and features regularly in the top 10 most dangerous roads in the world! Not a bad way […]
Day 9 started with a few lads getting new tyres fitted at McIver & Veitch in Dunedin. While some of us including Ken on his big Harley decided we head up Baldwin Street for a look. After waking everyone up on Baldwin street we headed back to McIvor & Veitch to meet up with the […]
This morning we took a slightly slower start to the day. After briefing, a few of us headed out Bluff to get the quintessential Bluff / Stirling point photo – to showcase we hit the bottom of the South Island. Luckily it was early enough so we didn’t have to line up too long to […]
Day 6 was a rest day/do what you want day in Te Anau. With some taking a bus trip to Milford Sounds due to the road being closed to private vehicles. A group had booked an afternoon fixed wing flight for around 1hr. Both groups came back with some amazing stories. Some did nothing and […]
We started with most people making comments about the temperature, but to be fair it had dropped a little overnight. But so it should; we were heading further South and it was showing a nice 7.5 on the dash. Talk about a huge shift from 30 degrees for us Northern Waikato folk. Some headed up […]
Today was one of the bigger days about 530km with lots to see. We hit the road just after 8am. We smashed out the first 150km and decided at Franz Josef it was time for coffee. Well most of us got coffee one person took a couple of attempts but his kept arriving with lumpy […]