Stuart Hablethwaite
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Occupation:
RSL Welfare Officer & RFS Bush Firefighter

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Stuart Hablethwaite

New Member, Male, from Sydney

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Sydney
    Occupation:
    RSL Welfare Officer & RFS Bush Firefighter
    Bike:
    Kawasaki; Just a couple,
    I have been around motorcycles most of my life, I am particularly rather green eyed when choosing a bike. I have actually appeared in a few bike magazine stories over the years, usually when there was a large deficit of note worthy items. my first 2 bikes were Honda's (CB450 & CB5004/4), but from when I first heard and then saw a local guy riding one of the bikes from a movie being made at the time I knew which bike I wanted to have, The film was Stone. I joined the RAAF @ 17 not long after and as soon as I could afford it I bought my Z1-900. I remained a Kawasaki rider through the next few years and possibly 15-20 bikes (new) before I decided to give this racing a go as the fines & attention were not good. After a while I seemed to be riding adequately and started to get sponsored and ended buying the dealership I raced for. I have extremely fortunate in time racing meeting and becoming friends with a group are second to none, at 6 of these people became World Champions of Motorcycle Racing. I can honestly say that 95% of the people I raced with I still consider mates. Racing form the 80's-2004 was the best time competition, the bikes were awesome. I owned & raced 3 factory kitted superbikes. The last one I still have. Never a star, but I knew a few who were. I raced in a castrol 6 Hour/Arai 500/Bathurst TT/Winfield Triple Challenge Shells oils ARFRC lots - had a few broken bones and a bit sore at times , but I only have 1 regret from all the my time racing. So I reckon that's not bad deal. My passion became my hobby, my sport, then my profession and my business. And that to me is a touch of success.