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Wrench Rabbit Rebuild Kits

Wrench Rabbit Engine Rebuild Kit has everything you need for a complete engine rebuild, in a convenient all in one box. No more hassle of finding each individual part you’ll need for the rebuild. Wrench Rabbit kit saves money compared to buying the parts individually.


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About the business and the role

Here at Firestorm Motorcycles we are looking for a fully qualified Motorcycle Mechanic to deliver exceptional customer service and repairs for our valued customers. Firestorm Motorcycles is a long established retail and online store that specialises in motorcycle gear, parts, accessories and repairs. We pride ourselves in delivering a high level of friendly professional service and always strive to ensure our customers feel welcome and appreciated. 


Job Tasks and Responsibilities

  • A variety of work covering most makes and models: engine rebui...

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Motocross Tracks and Dirt Bike Parks in Australia


Finding somewhere to ride legally can often be a challenge. Here is a list of legal riding parks and tracks within Australia. Some offer camping facilities and are popular for a long weekend. Others are great just for a day ride. We are regularly updating this list. If you are aware of any addition tracks or changes to any of the below motorcycle clubs or ride parks, new websites etc just send a send us the details via our contact us page and we will update the list.

When submitting a track pl...

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The largest action sports competition in the Southern Hemisphere, the AUS-X Open, has concluded for 2016, and Australian hero – Chad Reed, lit the candles on both nights as he took the double race wins.

Reed bested four-time World Supercross Champion – Ryan Villopoto, 2016 Australian Supercross Champ – Justin Brayton, American sensation – Cooper Webb, and the best Australia has to offer across the entire weekend.

The 34-year-old from Kurri Kurri, NSW, was supreme to the entire field at the 2016 AUS-X Open, topping almost every session en route to a dominant weekend.

“It feels awesome to win the two nights here at the AUS-X Open. I felt good all weekend, and h...

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The Alta Redshift MX Electric Bike


We all knew this was coming. An electric motocross bikes could produce huge advantages in noise and maintenance reduction, potentially opening up the sport in ways never thought possible. But just like in cars, the question is, when would electric technology advance to a point where it could be a suitable competitor for gasoline in terms of power, range, weight, reliability and cost?

Designed for MX2/Lites class racing, the Redshift MX has the advantage of not having to shift through gears. With constant torque the Alta Redshift MX has 2 hour run time & 1000 hour maintenance in...

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Luke Clout Out for rest of Supercross Season


Days after signing a two-year deal with MAD Racing/Dirt Candy Suzuki, Luke Clout’s Monster Energy Supercross season appears to be over. The Australian sustained a broken right femur in 250SX practice on Saturday at Round 4 of the series in Oakland.

“Unfortunately your femur isnt supposed too look like that, I am devestated because I was feeling really good having qualified 7th!,” he wrote on Instagram.

Clout made his debut for the team at Anaheim 2 as a fill-in for Daniel Baker, who is out for the remainder of supercross due to an ankle injury. Following a fourteenth place finish, the team announ...

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Chad Reed 2nd in AMA SX Points


The 2016 AMA Monster Energy Supercross is now 4 rounds in and Chad Reed currently sits 2nd in the points behind current champ Ryan Dungey. Chad Reed currently has the most podiums of all time in AMA Supercross and it sounds like he still has another few seasons to go.

Check out a cool interview by Racer X's Steve Matthes below.


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Date Posted: 30 November 2015  

AUS-X Open Night 1

International megastar Chad Reed has claimed a stunning victory in the inaugural AUS-X Open ahead of a sell-out Allphones Arena crowd at Sydney Olympic Park.

The SX1 main event was all Yamaha-mounted Reed in a popular victory upon return home for the first time in three years, using the fly by lane early on to sprint away, but he didn’t have it all his own way.

US Arenacross number three Gavin Faith (Penrite Honda) kept him in check, crossing the line six seconds in arrears, while third for Dan Reardon (CDR Yamaha) saw him extend his lead to 31 points in the championship.

That came after Matt Moss (Team Motul Suzuki) crashed out –...

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