Gran Fondo & endurance bikes - it's the fastest-growing sector of the road cycling market. according to our recent survey More than 40 percent of readers currently own an endurance bike with many others looking to purchase one. So what’s out there? Read more
Bicycling Australia are keen to hear your thoughts on any of the topics we cover or whatever aspect of the sport you wish to discuss. Here we show some recent letters from the pages of Bicycling Australia.
Kelland O’Brien and Leigh Howard produced a stunning final chase victory to steal the men’s classification on the final evening of Six Day Brisbane.
In an absolute dream victory 36-year-old Belgian Philippe Gilbert won the world's toughest one-day race, Paris Roubaix, overnight.
Now in its fourth year, 2019 is set to see Australia's premier Gran Fondo ride go from strength to strength
'Smoother is Faster' More than a three-word slogan, that's how Specialized are summarizing the latest incarnation of their successful Roubaix that's been launched today, just in time for this weekend's biggest 1-day race of the year - the Hell of the North.
The EyroPro carbon road handlebar is claimed to offer more comfort, more grip positions and better aerodynamics than traditional bars. We take a look at this revolutionary, Aussie-designed product.
It seems not a week goes by with some major product updates or releases in the world of cycling - here we take a quick look at the latest in cycling gear & accessories
Bicycling Australia congratulate Jacob Fryatt - the first rider home in the 2019 IndyPac. We spoke with Jacob along the way - here's the video interview.
There's no doubting the allure of shiny metal objects, and Luke Meers has been plumbing the depths of his attraction to Bossi's latest titanium framed rig, the Fabrica Ti.
Orbea have released details of their top aero offering, the Orca, featuring SRAM's new AXS groupset.
Nat Bromhead has been riding the new Domane SL7 for this review; 7.8 kilos of endurance oriented carbon frame, 35mm carbon rims, and electronic gears...here's what he found.
There's always special credit and kudos given to a good climber ... the one who vanishes from sight like vapor. In this fascinating and helpful article coach David Heatley gives us his tips on better climbing.
Want to spend a long weekend living and training like a pro? Nero Racing are hosting a unique 'Performance Coaching Race Preparation Camp' in Jindabyne in October.
On a recent visit to the MegaBike store in Adelaide we enjoyed coffee and a chat with Claud Altin. In this video interview he talks training advice and general tips for those taking part in Gran Fondo cycling events such as the Clare Classic.
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.
How much you need to eat and drink during a 100+KM ride depends on you body mass and event duration as David O'Reilly explains.
Nutrition - it's a topic a lot of people ask us about. Whether you want advice for pre, during or post-ride intake, this article will help fuel your hunger.
It is one of the region’s most difficult and challenging climbs, and its literally just a few minutes ride from the centre of town – we take a look at Bowral’s legendary Oxley Hill.
Looking to try something a little different and off the beaten track when in the Sunshine State for the Noosa Classic?
When most of us think about Croatia, we think of Split with its magnificent coastline and hundreds of picturesque islands or of the early 1990’s when 20,000 people died fighting in the Civil War. But who knew it was a rider’s paradise?