It’s certainly warming up and it’s not even summer yet! In this article Trek-Segafredo team doctor, Dr. Ortwin Schäfer, gives his tips on training and racing in the heat. Read more
Cycling journalist Anthony Tan takes a detailed look at the astonishing rise of Tadej Pogacar, and Richie Porte’s long road to Paris.
When thinking about bike saddles it’s important to not just consider short term comfort but the long term benefits.
South Australians will go into hard lockdown from midnight Wednesday, authorities announcing the measures will last a minimum of 6 days.
Bicycling Australia, in collaboration with Black Sheep Cycling, is proud to present an exclusive summer 20/21 kit collection.
It’s hard to believe but the countdown is on – after the most disrupted of year’s we are hurtling headlong towards Christmas
At a startling 8000 lumens, the latest light from Magicshine simply turns night into day, but it does come at a cost.
It’s one of the staples of cycling and one of the best known aspects of our sport. Here colourful scribe Lee “Hollywood” Turner gives us the lowdown on all things bunch riding.
In early 2018 Brodie Mai Chapman was busily working in the Tour Down Under Media Centre, providing much-needed coverage for women’s cycling. Just a few weeks later she was lining up to race the Herald SunTour. But there’s been nothing ‘overnight’ about Brodie’s success, as you’ll find out here.
COVID-19 has affected us all in one way or another. While it has left its devastating mark on the world, some industries have actually surged ahead including bike shops and the sport of cycling.
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.
Canyon have launched an updated version of their premium aero road offering, the Aeroad.
Sarah Hunter takes an in-depth look at all aspects of indoor training and answers the 5 most common questions on setting up to ride inside.
Could just an hour a week of body weight strength training transform your riding? Sarah Hunter thinks so and explains it here.
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’.
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.
Pills, potions and tinctures: the world of sports supplements is a complex one. David O'Reilly busts some myths.
Victorian-based Bicycling Australia contributor Coco Henry was so impressed by a recent trip to the Mornington Peninsula she’s tempted to move there! Here Coco explains why.
You’re in great shape. Your bike is ready. Your itinerary is sorted. But without the right travel insurance, the two-wheeled adventure of your dreams could quickly turn into a nightmare, as Peter Maniaty (no stranger to overseas bike accidents himself) explores.
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.
You can’t change the weather but you can take measures that’ll help you survive the heat this summer, as Emily Miazga explains.
Gravel riding is quite the thing at the moment, but; what’s it really all about, and do you need a gravel bike?