AUS WR450F Ad

I have received the 2017 Yamaha WR450F advert poster that a mate and I shot not far from where I live. The poster came up a lot better than I expected but when the team at Graf-X get a hold of something they make it look amazing. The advert (marketing) will run in Yamaha retailers … Continue reading AUS WR450F Ad

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In-front of the camera

Not very often do I get the chance to be in-front of the lens but we needed to supply some imagery of the Australian model being ridden in Australian surroundings. So I grabbed my lensman (Gerry Brookes aka iKap4) and headed off to an area far enough away from society that we'd be able to … Continue reading In-front of the camera

Off with the add-ons..

Recently I was asked to shoot the 2017 WR450F in it's "competition look"or should I say "enduro trim". This involves a lot of changes and modifications most notably the brake light and rear blinker structure. The replacement (smaller) LED brake light assembly is part of the "Enduro Kit" that came with my bike. It also comes … Continue reading Off with the add-ons..

171k on the odo

Now after a few rides and a little soul searching for where all of my ride fitness has disappeared to? It was good to finally be able to lap consistently on my practice track. Although no where near my times from earlier this year on the 60th Anniversary edition WR450F my speed and fitness will … Continue reading 171k on the odo

Just the two of us at the beach…

Yamaha Motor Australia asked for a few images of the bike for their files once I had the bike built and ready to ride. So I thought it'd be great to take it to a secluded area and fire of some statics while it was clean and the day was beautiful! I did numerous angles … Continue reading Just the two of us at the beach…

Unboxed and ready to go..

Out of it's wrapping and ready to go, well if only it was that simple. Most motorcycles are freighted from their manufacturing facilities directly to their retail stores in crates like the one you see in the picture below. Once the cardboard is off, it's time to remove the outer metal sections of the crate … Continue reading Unboxed and ready to go..