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Organisers of the Noosa Classic are truly saddened to announce the 2020 event has been postponed until 2021. This year’s event is yet another casualty of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.

Our sport of cycling is facing the most surprising, significant and unprecedented challenge of our time, the COVID-19 global pandemic. In this article James Yaffa, Publisher of Bicycling Australia and originator of the Classics series events, discusses the global pandemic, the current state of cycling and the future outlook.

Indoor cycling is surging in popularity as riders look for alternatives to bunch riding. Here we speak with the team at Wattbike and ask how Coronavirus is impacting the industry and sport.

In our latest podcast Editor Nat Bromhead speaks with Publisher and Classics Founder James Yaffa.

Zwift, the global online training and racing platform has unveiled a 'Royal Classics Series', a Classics themed series that will run throughout the month of April.

Luke Meers gives a first-hand account of the 2019 Noosa Classic from both the fast end of the bunch and those seeking a simpler but far more significant goal.

Pro cyclist and budding scientist Cyrus Monk offers a list of helpful do's and don'ts for those in isolation.

At 6:22am on Saturday morning a hardy group of riders climbed onto their bikes and set off on one of the most gruelling solo cycling challenges on Earth. Just 36hrs later they had to stop as the borders were about to be closed.

We are launching the #RideOutTheCrisis campaign and urging the Aussie cycling public to band together, join us in this battle, and make the sport stronger in the face of the biggest challenge of our time.

Bike ReviewsRead all

Cobbles. The mere thought of them conjures up excitement, anticipation, sweaty palms and dreams of adventure. Flanders is the home of cobbles so that's where we reviewed the latest Roubaix from Specialized.

Spanish company Orbea was founded way back in 1840, 
yet the company still manages to stay on the forefront of design and manufacturing technology. Here we road test their latest, the Orca Aero fitted with SRAM’s wireless AXS groupset.

Is it the best and fastest Izalco Max ever? It sure looks fast in the photos ... Take a look at this drool-worthy Izalco Max from Focus.

TrainingRead all

For many of us when precious bike time comes up it’s tempting to kit up, check the tyres, and start rolling. But it’s important to remember that stretching and preparing your body can make a big difference to performance.

Special Feature: Calculating the maximum potential power savings from the gear and accessories listed here we came up with a way to save just over 50 watts.

Strava - it’s a cinch to start then finish a ride with just a couple of taps of a screen. But if you look a little deeper there are far more features than those you see on the face of your phone. Here we take a look at ten ways you can get more out of Strava.

NutritionRead all

Bicycling Australia journalist Karen Forman trials PREPD – a unique hydration enhancer that’s generating a lot of interest at home and abroad.

Anna Meares OAM is considered by many to be the greatest Australian cyclist of all time and made history in Rio in 2016 by being the first and only Australian athlete from any sport to have ever won individual medals at 4 consecutive Olympic Games.

Science in Sport is backed by the best athletes and tested to ensure optimum performance.

DestinationsRead all

It’s a surreal feeling to think that only 1 month ago we were competing in the 3 day Haute Route (HR) cyclosportif in the wonderful country of Oman.

The charming Catalan city of Girona is one of Europe’s best cycling bases for amateurs and professionals alike, as Peter Maniaty discovered.

With snow forecast to fall in the Snowy Mountains in early November, we took Bianchi's recently-released Impulso AllRoad to the cold country to put it to the test.

Mountain Biking Australia

Confused about COVID-19 restrictions? We answer your questions about what you can and cannot do.

The Sea Otter Australia Bike Festival has paused rider registrations due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 or Coronavirus has dominated world headlines. But how will it affect mountain biking from supply chains to events?