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Articles by Tim Robson

Tim Robson

Tim Robson

Contributing Journalist

Tim Robson has been involved in automotive journalism for almost two decades, after cutting his teeth on alternative forms of wheeled transport. 

Studiously avoiding tertiary education while writing about mountain bikes in the 1990s, Tim started with Motor magazine in 2001, moving on to edit Auto Action and Motor before joining Top Gear Australia in 2010.

Tim formed his own company, 032Media, in 2014, building up a freelance business that supplies leading news outlets like CarsGuide and GoAuto, as well as Evo Australia, Motor, 4x4 Australia and The Robb Report. He's also a skilled photographer, practicing videographer, presenter and editor.

He’s also recently returned to his roots, currently editing Australia's oldest and most prestigious mountain bike magazine, Mountain Biking Australia.

Tim lives in Wollongong, NSW, and is married with three double-digit age kids… two of who are learning to drive. One’s already learned to race, with 16-year-old Max helping Tim to build and run his only car – a track-registered Honda Civic EG.

You can check out Tim’s bike collection, race car failings and more on his Insta feed or Facebook.

As SUV sales continue to rise, Kia is taking a slightly different tack...Read more
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The swathe of mountainous terrain that stretches across the Victorian...Read more

I haven’t seen so much fear in a set of faces since… well, ever. Astride...Read more
Baby SUVs are currently the flavour of the month - indeed the decade, it seems - and one of the easiest ways for a car company to create a player in this burgeoning segment is to take the skeleton of its smallest hatch and remould it in an SUV style. This is exactly what Ford has done with the...Read more

For many 4x4 owners, the notion of upgrading the suspension seems like...Read more

As the incandescent bulb did to the candle, so the light-emitting diode...Read more

Hiking boots are the most popular boots option for vehicle-borne...Read more

Adding a shiny new set of rims to your dual-cab is a great way of...Read more

As cycling becomes ever more popular, people are starting to look...Read more

If you spend any amount of time travelling off-road either in sand or...Read more

Your choices of camp stoves are many, with basic hot plates, or those...Read more

A sleeping bag is one of the most important pieces of outdoor gear to...Read more

A backpack is designed for one thing: to lug your gear, food and water...Read more

There are very few car companies out there today with a smaller line-up than Isuzu Ute. With just two models in the stable, even niche sports car brands like Lamborghini offer more variety. The D-Max ute is the company’s best seller, with a solid and growing support base locally, but the brand's...Read more
Obviously, the SUV body style has pretty much conquered the new car world… and it's based on a belief that a sports utility vehicle has to be more practical, has to be more roomy and, let's face it, has to be a little more exciting than the run-of-the-mill passenger cars we've all been used to for...Read more
What makes for an adventure vehicle? An ability to clamber over mountains like a mountain goat, or the ability to whisk you away from the every day? Hyundai's Tucson falls somewhere in between the two extremes, and leans towards being a simple, handsome five-door SUV that complements your life...Read more
If you look at the origins of the term SUV – short for Sport Utility Vehicle - it makes perfect sense that car makers will produce vehicles that cover both ends of that sport and utility spectrum. Kia's Sportage GT line falls firmly into the 'sport' category in a marketing sense, although it's not...Read more
Subaru has a long history in Australia, and it can trace its adventurous origins all the way back to the early 1980s with the advent of cars like the Sportswagon and the ubiquitous Brumby ute. In fact, Subaru still typifies the affordable adventure car, with cars like the Forester and the Outback...Read more

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