As part of our series on home training and indoor cycling, Cycling Inform's David Heatley offers this step-by-step program that can help make you faster in four weeks. Read more
36yo Swiss rider Michael Albasini continued his solid run of form to secure his second stage victory and fourth podium place of the season.
Bianchi have announced the Oltre XR3, the junior sibling to its award winning XR4. Built for business, this looks another stunning bike from the Bianchi stable and priced to suit a wider market.
The Peter Blackshaw Real Estate Juniors and Women's tour kicks off this weekend, from the 28th-30th of April. Boasting a large number of entrants, including over 50 females making up the Elite Women's category, this four-stage tour is one not to miss
The South East Queensland city of Ipswich will be the place to be on Saturday May 6 for the thrilling Ipswich Festival Criterium.
Hand made in Australia - it used to be the norm for an enormous amount of products but those days are well and truly over. When we heard about a Sydney-based bike repairer hand making his own custom carbon bikes, we were fascinated to know more
Sarah Hunter has coached a wide-range of athletes from road racing, mountain biking and Ironman 70.3 world championship qualifiers. In this women's specific article Sarah explains four critical reasons for strength training.
Astana rider Michele Scarponi has been killed after being hit by a vehicle while on a training ride near his home in Italy. Just days ago 38yo Scarponi won a stage of the Tour of the Alps ...
Lochie Kavanagh didn't own a bike when he signed up for the 5500km Indian Pacific Wheel Race across Australia late last year. After just 2 months of intense training, the 18yo is now a seasoned cyclist after completing his epic journey this week.
Cycling Australia says a new partnership with the Victorian Government and City of Ballarat will see Australia’s best road cycling talent battling it out for the coveted green and gold jerseys in Ballarat until at least 2020
Bowral & Clare Classic organiser James Yaffa has recently fallen in love with the Bianchi Oltre XR4. Here he shares highlights of the past month riding this steed around his home roads & favourite climbs of Sydney.
One of the early adopters and strong proponents of disc brakes, bicycle manufacturing powerhouse Merida has backed their belief in the new stoppers with disc options on virtually all their models. Peter Rox recently found himself astride and reviewing the Scultura 7000 version.
A year since Australian Matthew Hayman’s remarkable victory in the most famous Spring Classic of them all, the Paris-Roubaix, Scott Bikes have released images of the Foil he'll be defending the weighty cobble upon.
In this third article, I'll be discussing how to benchmark and measure your power data to provide feedback on the efficacy of your training. Also the type of training to focus on, for your preferred discipline, so that you can be more efficient and effective when training with a power meter.
Don't be deceived by the slow and gentle appearance of Tai Chi. It is a powerful force for vital energy and good health; and it may be your key to a longer healthier life on the bike.
You may not want to drink chocolate milk every day, but as an alternative to retail outlet recovery potions, it might be the miracle elixir! David O'Reilly explains.
One of the key members of any professional cycling outfit is the Team Doctor - nobody in the team carries more responsibility for not only rider health and wellbeing, but the reputation and long-term accountability of all involved.
Australia’s most populous state isn’t exactly known as a cycling utopia. But one pocket of NSW less than three hours from Sydney is swimming briskly against the tide, as Peter Maniaty and a bunch of riding mates recently found out.
From the alti-plano and Atacama desert in the north, where rainfall averages 3.5mm per year, to the wilds of Patagonia in the south, where winds in excess of 100kph are not uncommon, Chile has a diversity of climate and geography to match Australia. These extremes may not be appealing to many cyclists but in between there are soaring mountains, beautiful valleys and vineyards aplenty.
Having travelled to France for several years conducting cycling tours it wasn’t any surprise that I would eventually find a town that I would love to call my home away from home. To live in Vaison la Romaine before my old age would have to be the opening line on my bucket list.
Look out for the latest issue of Mountain Biking Australia magazine – it’s in newsagents now.
The Santa Cruz Syndicate is set to race a 29-inch version of their V10 at the opening World Cup round.