Bike Talk was started in KwaZulu Natal, January 2006, serving the local motorcycle community through a very popular printed MOTORCYCLE MAGAZINE with some of the most unique features, articles and content you can find in such a compact publication. Now, 8+ years down the line, we are going National in South Africa but in Electronic Format. Our main objectives will be to give you the reader a medium you can relate to and help you the dealer promote your products more effectively.

As of 1 February 2013, the magazine will be delivered to you via Email, Social Networks, Mobile Devices, and Computers in eBook and Digital Flipbook format.

In January 2007 we started a MOTORCYCLE ACADEMY in Durban, to further develop skill and confidence among motorcycle riders, offering a wide selection of On-Road courses. Enter February 2014, the academy launched in Gauteng!

We decided to go one more step and host various exciting MOTORCYCLE EVENTS to truly introduce the Fun Factor to enthusiasts and the public. This includes Social Rides, Weekend Trips and Tours, Endurance Runs and a Motorcycle Rodeo.

Support and partnership has grown tremendously during this period, and we aim to keep it that way; with you along on the ride it can only get better.
Everyone knows about road rage, but what’s really the psychology behind the road rage phenomenon and what causes road rage or aggressive driving among bikers and other road users?
Lane splitting in a safe and prudent manner is not illegal in South Africa. Here are a few guidelines to help you as a motorcyclist in executing a lane split safely, and to help the motorist understand why we do it.
For those of us with children, there’s a sense of urgency to pass along our enthusiasm for two wheels. However, that passion could also pre-empt some important details that make the learning process safer and more fun.