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Black Sheep is a cycling apparel brand designed in Australia and ridden around the world. From humble beginnings, this Brisbane-based brand has come a long way.

A popular hit at the festival, the feature documentary is set for major release early in 2021.

Marcus Leach takes us on a dream ride aboard Factor Bike’s most popular steed, the 02.

The March/April edition of Australia's favourite cycling publication is out now and it's packed! Special features inside include ...

Strava - it’s simple to start then finish a ride with just a couple of taps of a screen, but there are far more features than initially meet the eye. Here we take a look at ten ways you can get more out of Strava.

If there’s one positive from the lack of overseas travel it’s the renewed focus on Australia’s many fine destinations. This is part one of a two-part series where we ask three of our writers their favourite Aussie climbs.

As you would’ve heard, Facebook has cut access to news & publishing websites across Australia. This includes the Bicycling Australia Facebook page, one of the nation's main sources for the latest cycling news, product reviews, race results, interviews, entertainment and more.

100,000 kilometres is a phenomenal milestone for any cyclist, particularly when all those kilometres have been completed without even leaving the house!

Junk kilometres … do they exist, doesn’t every pedal stroke actually count and isn’t every minute on the bike a bonus? Lee ‘Hollywood’ Turner answers all these questions and more.

Bike ReviewsRead all

An Icon of 1980s cycling was France's Vitus 979 frame which exemplified many of the innovations of the decade which it outlasted to become one of the most successful racing bicycles ever.

A lightweight climbing bike, the new Emonda is super fast both up and down hill. Here we review the latest from Trek.

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.

TrainingRead all

Perth-based Bicycling Australia MasterClass contributor Sarah Hunter has recently been riding the Wattbike Atom.

First spied at Eurobike 2019 and later at last year’s Bowral Classic, the release of the Volt smart trainer from Aussie-based JetBlack Cycling has been a little like a drawn-out drumroll.

It’s one of the more common ailments with 
a surprising percentage of the population suffering lower back pain and the dreaded effects of sciatica.

NutritionRead all

The focus of this article is the all-important question we as cyclists need answered: “will eating plants help me ride faster?”.

The hydration and nutrition world is overflowing, with pro & amateur riders spoiled for choice. High 5 was one of the pioneers and remains an industry leader to this day, as we discover here.

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.

DestinationsRead all

We investigate the undeniable allure of Brisbane’s ‘hill they call a mountain’

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.

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.

Mountain Biking Australia

After witnessing the destruction of their region the boys from Talbingo MTB Club came up with a plan.

The story of a club’s amazing vision in the face of devastation.

Often overlooked, a comfortable backpack can make or break a rider’s experience. How did the Macpac Amp Multi Pack handle?