Kevin Williams fills us in on the Australian MX Nationals. Lethy talks about being a Black Sheep in Queensland and we find a Harley dealer with lots of old bikes in Melbourne. Hirsty investigates the advantages of loud pipes. We find out if Elvis has left the building. Ozzy gives us the good oil on Easyriders Social Motorcycle Club and we pay tribute to some friends of the Silverwater Street and Custom Motorcycle Show.
We find out why the Tamworth Region is a motorcycle centre in northern NSW. We check out some amazing art in Perth and find out about Red Circle Riders. Jonsey meets up with a bike called Dangerous Dave. The Vigilanties talk about their club history. We find some hidden treasure in Hobart and check out the Great Race origins in Melbourne. Hirsty discovers a show trike and a catch 22 with overseas helmets plus HDTV band Screamin’ Eagles light up the stage.
We go for a ride to the top of the world with World on Wheels. Scott Ellis talks about TV and motorcycle riding. A Veterans MC Chaplain talks about faith and club life. We find a great baby boomer motorcycle museum in Tamworth and David Reidie looks back at the history of Harley City in Melbourne. Bear asks the question ‘Do we need a Bill of Rights in Australia’? Eelz fills us in on some butchers code and Alan Kempster talks about motorcycle racing without an arm and a leg!
We go for a ride up the Putty Road to the Grey Gum Cafe for the Inaugural Temporary Australians Ride and Bike Show. We find out how to adjust to some quirky Melbourne traffic conditions. Will fills us in on some firefighters who like to ride together and we check out a web cam custom in Hobart. Bikers from the Gong take us on a ride through the scenic Kangaroo Valley.We discover the importance of motorcycle friendly lawyers and Sue Walter briefs us on the Snowy River Ride and her son Steven.Plus we find out about one of the judges at the bike show at the Grey Gum Cafe.
We visit the Barry Sheene Festival of Speed at Eastern Creek and catch up with former world motorcycle champ Freddie Spencer. We discover a Tattoo Evolution at the Tamworth HOG Rally. Hobart reveals some bikers who are dedicated coffee drinkers. Shaun Lennard tells us about a Win Win for Tasmanian motorcyclists. Titan Bike and Trike reveal their Tribute Bike for the local Fire Brigade. British MBE Maria Costello talks about her riding career. We discover a foot throttle and learn from Kwik Mick what it takes to get fast in drag racing. Plus we find out how Betty keeps the boys in line in the Hobart Ulysses Club.