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Daryl Impey has done it, the Mitchelton-Scott rider and South African national champion has won back-to-back Tour Down Under events, the first rider to ever do so.

Tour Down Under leader Patrick Bevin was rushed to hospital after the completion of Stage 5 of the race, the New Zealander crashing heavily in the final 10km of a thrilling and controversial day's racing.

Reigning Tour Down Under Champion Daryl Impey has won Stage 4 of this year’s event in sensational style

VIDEO: Three time world champion Peter Sagan has enjoyed his first win of the 2019 Tour Down Under, a tough Adelaide Hills stage.

South Australia police have issued an urgent appeal for information following the fatal hit and run of a cyclist.

Bicycling Australia's complete guide to each stage of the Women's & Mens 2019 Tour Down Under.

New Zealander Patrick Bevin has enjoyed his first professional World Tour win, the Santos Ochre Leader’s jersey, and delivered the maiden victory for his CCC Team.

The Red Shield Ride is The Salvation Army's premier national charity bike ride event and will be held from 29 April-8 May 2019.

Elia Viviani will be the first rider to wear the ochre jersey after enjoying a convincing win at Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under.

Bike ReviewsRead all

Chapter2 is the latest project from Michael Pryde, a NZ architect and former semi-professional road and MTB racer. If his name sounds a little familiar, that’s because Pryde was also the driving force behind NeilPryde Bikes, a division of the renowned sporting goods business founded by his father in the 1970s.

What do you do with what might be the only 12-speed Campagnolo Super Record disc groupset in Australia? You 
put it on the fastest bike you can find, 
of course!

The third version of Specialized’s aero race bike is faster, stiffer, lighter and easier to live with… according to the Californian brand, anyway. Kevin Eddy went in search of some free speed.

TrainingRead all

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.

Our genes tell the body how to build certain proteins which lead to eye colour, height, enzymes or even personality, therefore they possibly contribute to athletic ability and nutrition metabolism -

NutritionRead all

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.

DestinationsRead all

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?

Mountain Biking Australia

Moving from Downhill to Enduro for 2019

Aussie downhiller looking for a big 2019

A new chairlift-assisted mtb trail network is being planned as part of a mountain bike park near Sydney.