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Video of the week - Hells Gate Borneo PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alun   

If it's called Hell's Gate and it happens to be in the jungles of Borneo then I want to ride there. This weeks video shows a bunch of locals heading into the undergrowth on jungle trails and it sure looks like fun to me.

The Hells Gate trail is in the Malaysian sector of Borneo and finishes at Kota Kinabalu within sight of the highest mountain on the Island, Mt Kinabalu. You may recall the national media reporting a few years ago on a group of Brit soldiers who went missing on an expedition to descend the impenetrable Lows Gulley which leads off Mt Kinabalu. Lows Gully is just a couple of valleys over from where these guys are riding – but not somewhere you'd want to go with a bike.

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'Lightweight’ adventure bike on the Horizon PDF Print E-mail
Written by Em-J   

 

The much talked-about lightweight adventure bike project from Portuguese manufacturer AJP Motos now has a name and an official unveiling date.

The Terrestre (Portuguese for ‘overland’) can be seen for the first time in all its tiny cc glory at the at the Horizons Unlimited event in Ripley on 7-8 July 2012.

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ABR yuletide rally raises over £1000 for air ambulance charity PDF Print E-mail
Written by Harriet Jordan   

This December, ABR forum members held their annual Yuletide rally event. They raised £1200 for the Air Ambulance charity by selling food and drinks, an auction and through on and off-road ride outs.

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Bike Review: AJP PR5 250cc PDF Print E-mail
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Bike Review: AJP PR5 250cc

 

ABR’s Green-laning god, Mike Beddows, takes AJP’s PR5 for a spin in the snowy Peaks and asks, ‘could a 250cc enduro ever become a true adventure machine?’

The company

Portuguese manufacturer AJP has been making bikes for 25 years and has now started to expand to several dealers in the UK through a new distributor (www.ajpmotos.co.uk). The bikes are made in Lousanda, which is about 30 minutes inland from Porto, Portugal. The brand is named after the seven-times Portuguese Enduro Champion Antonio J Pinto (AJP) and with his pedigree you’d expect the quality of the bike to be just right.

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10 of France and Switzerland's best motorcycling routes PDF Print E-mail
Written by Naomi Dunbar   

We've teamed up with TomTom to showcase the very best that our continent has to offer, and better still, you can get all of these fantastic routes pre-loaded onto your SatNav when you purchase the TomTom Rider 410 Great Rides Edition. Last time we looked at Scandinavia and Great Britain, and so this time we're looking south to the motorcycling havens of France and Switzerland.

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