TRAIL ZONE ISSUE #30 ON THE WAY!
The brand new issue of TRAIL ZONE is on the way!
We've just despatched the subscriber copies of TRAIL ZONE issue #30, which means they will begin landing in subscriber mail boxes just in time for this weekend.
And then the newsagent copies will go on-sale from the middle of next week -- which means once again that if you had subscribed, you'd be the first to get the new issue!
If you want to subscribe, this new issue offers a bonus Yamaha Racing cap and stickers sheet to the first 50 subscribers, so hook in and send us your subscription coupon and score the buff!
As for TRAIL ZONE issue #30, it's another cracker and there's no missing it for KTM fans, because the 2011 KTMs have been revealed -- already! -- and we've featured the new 250 EXC two-stroke on the cover.
And then when you look closer, you'll also see the prototype BMW-engined Husqvarna 450 enduro weapon on the cover, plus KTM's new Freeride electric bike, which might just give us a glimpse of the dirt bikes we'll be riding in the future.
Of course there's a mountain of awesome reading about trail, enduro and adventure bikes in the new mag, all of which you can check out for yourselves by getting your very own copy of the mag in your hot little hands.
As for me, well, the van's loaded and I'm heading north!
First port of call will be Conondale just north of Brisbane for this weekend's mighty seventh annual Classic Dirt event with the boys from VMX Magazine.
Classic Dirt 7 will be absolute ripper and I can't wait to cut a few laps of the Vintage Enduro course on a wide variety of hardware, most of which will rattle the fillings from my teeth and leave me screaming, "Stop ya mongrel!" as I plunge down into the depths of Green Park's rocky creek beds with a wet set of drum brakes and no retarding of forward motion!
Right after Classic Dirt I'm hooking up with Lance 'Russ' Turnley from ORE and we're climbing aboard our current Suzuki DR650SE and Yamaha XT660Z Tenere Project Bikes and punching north into central Queensland on a three-day adventure bike blast.
Ah yes, it's gonna be a mighty fine five days or so coming up ... so that's it guys and girls, I am outta here!
-- Clubby, www.trailzone.com.au