The Mag

  • Deadman’s Talking

    Chris Lougher and the story behind the life-changing wave he rode at the notorious Deadman’s. For many surfers on the east coast of Australia the autumn/winter season of 2020 was one...

  • Prime Climb

    European XCM champion makes ‘double Everest’ in a possible world record. There’s only ever been two Portuguese world champions in cycling. The first was Rui Costa, who won the 2013 UCI...

  • Cairns To Darwin

    A ride from Cairns in FNQ to Darwin in the Northern Territory crosses the Gulf Of Carpentaria and runs through some of Australia’s most wild and isolated country, and Cape York...

  • Wings On Water

    Apprentice carpenter Perth Standlick had to give up on his pro surfing dream, but now he’s flying. Raised in Bondi’s urban jungle amidst the high-flyers, die-hard locals, backpackers, hipsters and celebrities,...

  • The Real Thing

    A media release for a new bike is usually some gentle riding from one exotic location to the next with five-star accom and a-la-carte dining each night. You’d think someone with...

  • The Big Leagues

    Why Dom Walsh turned his back on a promising rugby league career to chase waves around the world. Dom Walsh cuts a lithe and sinewy figure. It’s a frame that speaks...

  • An Interesting Week In The Andes

    Recent charges of corruption against the Bolivian government resulted in riots, civil protests and police shootings which eventually saw the beleaguered president resign and flee the country in fear of his...

  • Go Big with Scott Dennis

    A south-coast carpenter has built a reputation as one of Australia’s gutsiest surfers. An astute observer once described riding big waves in the following manner: “It’s like jumping out the window...

  • Following the Wire

    Imagine you’re perched on top of a cliff looking down into the pristine Southern Ocean. It’s clear and deep-blue. Whales can be seen offshore and sharks swimming along very near the...

  • Colin Schwartz

    Moving a V8 Supercars race team from place to place is a big job. Team 18 IRWIN Racing’s Colin Schwartz showed WTW around his office – about $3.5 million worth of...

  • Rampage!

    Mountain biking’s scariest event was even more terrifying in 2019 Canadian Brandon Semenuk hit back from a disappointing 2018 Red Bull Rampage to pull off a brilliant first run-in (snigger) Virgin,...

  • Setting Up Your 4WD

    Phil Bianchi is a Western Australian-based off-roader with 30 years experience conquering everything from beaches to deserts. He especially likes remote-area cross-country driving and will disappear for weeks at a time...

  • Suzuki Katana

    With a nod to the past and an eye on the future, Suzuki’s newest 1000cc, four-cylinder roadie is cutting edge. Katana is a Japanese samurai-warrior sword. During the early 1980s Suzuki...

  • Storm Chase Australia Has a New Champion

    Windsurfing doesn’t get a lot of media in Australia, even though it’s been an Olympic sport and is still the largest single class of competitive sailors in the Island Nation. Is...

  • 2019 Yamaha YZF-R3

    Yamaha has revealled the new YZF-R3, and it is not just aimed at first-time road riders. On the road or the track, this little bike has plenty to offer. Have you...

  • IRWIN On Track

    Mark Winterbottom’s IRWIN Racing 2019 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship livery has broken cover at the season launch in Mount Waverley. Winterbottom, co-driver Steve Richards and team owner Charlie Schwerkolt uncovered the...

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