We go riding in the Perth Hills and Jonesy checks out a Barbarian for his shed.We meet up in Hobart with Yogi and find out about his charity work. The Diggers Military Motorcycle Club show us their clubhouse in Robertson, we find out why Victory and Indian need more space in Brisbane and why riders need legal help to fight unfair laws. Hirsty checks out the Grey Gum Cafe on the Putty Road, we find out what’s great in Victoria for sports bikes and ask what riders think of the Western Australia’s ‘Dob in a Bikie’ Campaign.
We discover what Top End riding is all about. Jonesy checks out a new Norton and we discover why some people blame the rider in Victoria. We join bike games in Cairns and have heaps on fun on the Good as Gold Poker Run south of Brisbane. Rob Salvatore visits the Isle of Man. Hirsty gets crook as, we meet up with Magoo to find out why he still clowns around and we find out what it takes to be a Heretic in Darwin.
We go for a ride to Richardsons Harley Davidson in the heart of Hobart. Jonesy finds the Honda of his dreams and Matt Mingay shows us his second stunt bike. We look at Freedom Rides and what they are achieving, Hirsty discovers Piglet Racing at the National HOG Rally and back in Sydney finds out about Eaglerider Motorcycle Hire. We go for a spurt down the Great Ocean Road and take a breath taking ride up Mount Wellington in Hobart.
We check out the fun at the National HOG Rally in Cairns. Jonesy rediscovers Urals with sidecars and Hirsty spends a weekend at Bernie’s. We meet up with Preacher in North Queensland and find out if surfers really do ride Harleys. We take a look at how Cambridge Moto trains young riders off road in Hobart, discover a Tassie Titan who has international recognition and go for an awesome ride to Port Douglas.
We examine what many believe has been the cultural persecution of the motorcycle community in Queensland, Jonesy checks out a BMW for his shed and Ralph explains why he rides with a disability around Perth. Hirsty looks at the future of custom motorcycling and checks out Darwin’s purpose built motorcycle centre. We examine how dirt drags started in WA and get the good oil on Heavy Duty Magazine and it’s venture into overseas tours and motorcycle television plus we take a closer look at the Queensland Anti-rights laws.