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HDTV - STURGIS USA TOUR 2014

Dundo chats to Brum and Viv about HEAVY DUTY's upcoming USA tour to Sturgis. http://youtu.be/lIzzOe7rJ8k


 

HEAVY DUTY TV – BORIS TEST RIDES THE NEW INDIANS

Watch as Boris Mihailovic puts the new Indian range through their paces, available to view now on our YouTube channel, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnWswb9Dvk0&list=PLowgV0AF6qmaLPsaFuBtWDI0Qy5yIXjG8


heavy duty E-MAG

Just $5.95 or FREE for current subscribers. Try our latest issue now - click here!

We are happy to offer HEAVY DUTY in digital e-Mag format. Of course, HEAVY DUTY is still available at all good newsagents, and subscribers will continue to receive their glossy printed version every issue – nothing has changed there. But now our print subscribers will be able to access their complimentary HEAVY DUTY e-Mag online whilst logged in. If we have your email address on file, all you need to do is register with our website (click Member Login above, top right). If you’re a subscriber and we don't have your email address, simply email your name, postal address and phone number to   

HEAVY DUTY is also available in a downloadable format onto your tablets and smartphones as an app via Magshop, meaning you can read HEAVY DUTY anytime, whether or not you're connected to the Internet.


E-MAG SUBSCRIPTIONS

If you prefer to ONLY receive HEAVY DUTY as an online e-Mag then we have also catered for you. If you are not a subscriber, the latest issue is available in e-Mag format for only $5.95. You will need to register with our website (click Member Login above, top right) and then follow the prompts to purchase the current issue. HEAVY DUTY e-Mag subscriptions for one or two years are also available. A 1-year e-Mag subscription is $30, or a 2-year e-Mag subscription is $50. And you will still be eligible for our great subscription prizes.


TECH TORQ HANDBOOK FREE E-MAG ACCESS

To launch our new e-Mags, all readers can now have direct access to HEAVY DUTY Tech Torq for FREE. Simply register with our website (click Member Login above, top right), then go to the Tech Torq Handbook page, hover over the Tech Torq Handbook cover and click OPEN.


Update your records, change your address, or re-subscribe. It can all be done here and now. Simply register with your email and access your details (click Member Login above, top right). If your email address is not linked to your subscription, email 

 

 

About Us

HEAVY DUTY magazine is a bi-monthly motorcycle magazine established in Melbourne, Australia, in 1991. We feature custom choppers and all things Harley-Davidson from all over Australia and throughout the world with words and photos by our passionate staff and contributors. HEAVY DUTY is available in newsagencies all around Australia, New Zealand, in most European countries and in the USA and Canada. HEAVY DUTY is owned and operated by Viv and Neale Brumby who are the heart and soul of the magazine and are lovers of all things Harley. © Published by Bonza Media. TAL#33002

HEAVY DUTY is predominately on-sale in Australia and New Zealand, but is also available in the following countries: USA - Canada - Singapore - Philipines - Hong Kong - Thailand - Indonesia - Taiwan - Mauritius - New Caledonia - Brazil - France - Cyprus - Abu Dhabi - Dubai - South Africa

 

 

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