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The Bahrain MERIDA Pro Cycling Team will compete in 2020 as Team Bahrain McLaren with a number of changes in the team’s structure, line up and kit.

Major news about Richie Porte, the Tour Down Under & 2020 Tour de France. Plus the Uni SA Women's & Men's teams announced.

During 2019 Cervelo announced a significant upgrade of their S3 model, and this one’s an absolute sleeper.

The future is coming. Ready or not. Peter Maniaty reached out to a cross-section of industry figures to explore what the 2020 season may hold for world cycling, on and off the bike.

We are offering a standout subscription special this Christmas, 36% off the coverprice when you subscribe to the nation's #1 road cycling title.

After months of speculation it is now official - Rohan Dennis will ride for Team Ineos (ex Team Sky) for season 2020 & 2021.

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.

Stuart O’Grady will be Race Director for the Santos Tour Down Under from 2021 following the announcement of inaugural Race Director Mike Turtur’s retirement at the end of the 2020 event.

With Air Quality 'Very Poor' and even 'Hazardous' - we are being advised to avoid exercise and even remain indoors - obviously not the kind of news keen cyclists want to hear.

Bike ReviewsRead all

The obvious and common denominator of all the bikes reviewed by Bicycling Australia is two wheels ... but not this one. Here we take a look at the recently-released Wattbike Atom.

'Old School rider meets new school technology'. That's how 5-time Tour de France participant and Aussie cycling legend Patrick Jonker refers to his time testing the Cervelo R3 Disc.

No fluffy intros, no witty analogies, no hyperbole ... none of that's required with this new offering. Instead we'll just stick to the facts and describe the moment this teal stunner was first wheeled into the Bicycling Australia office.

TrainingRead all

As a coach for FTP Training Sarah Hunter is often asked ‘should I buy a power meter’? The answer, as with most training related questions is never clear cut, so she says ‘it depends’.

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.

NutritionRead all

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

We are proud to announce that Endura Nutrition are on board for Bicycling Australia's upcoming Noosa Classic Grand Fondo event! On top of that the Endura team have prepared a helpful guide to make sure riders stay on top of their hydration, energy and recovery.

Australian pasta brand San Remo has struck a chord with Aussie consumers, their innovative Pulse Pasta endorsed by Anna Meares voted Product of the Year 2018 in the pasta and rice category at the coveted 2018 consumer’s choice awards.

DestinationsRead all

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.

Relatively unknown to many of Sydney's locals and visitors, the Cooks River Cycleway connects Botany Bay on the coast and Homebush Bay in the west. 23km in length, it is the perfect destination for recreational cyclists of all ages & abilities.

China is a country full of traditions, with a massive history and not the first place we think about when dreaming of our next cycling holiday.

Mountain Biking Australia

Often overlooked, the One-Twenty from Merida commands attention with its value for money and quality build.

Mountain biking will not be present on Mt Keira's summit as part of the Illawarra Escarpment Strategy.

It’s the biggest flat pedal on the market, but how does it fare in Australian conditions?