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Nairo Quintana has taken the pink leader's jersey from Tom Dumoulin at the Giro d'Italia but can he hold it until Milan? With just tonight's mountain stage then the final time trial to come, a thrilling finale has been set

Introducing Richard & Jo Marshall, the relatively new owners of AllTrails Bicycle Tours, established 20 years ago by industry pioneers Phil and Susan McDonald. With numerous Australian and International trips this year, it's a busy time for AllTrails

Robbie McEwen will commentate the new Hammer Series, a three-day cycling spectacular to be webcast live on Facebook and YouTube.

"I hope they’ll lose their podium spot. If this happens in Milan it would be very nice and I would be very happy," - Tom Dumoulin on Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana who, he says, are colluding to unseat him. Yes ... it's all happening at the Giro!

“There could be attacks from the start tomorrow, we have to be ready for everything,” said Dumoulin. “I’m not here to make history for shitting in the bushes, I’m here to write history for taking the pink jersey to Milan.”

Stage 16, the Queen stage of the 2017 Giro d’Italia, was a bittersweet affair - the 222km and 5500m epic delivering some of the most thrilling Grand Tour action in years.

Bob Jungels has enjoyed his first Grand Tour stage victory beating Nairo Quintana in a sprint finish at the Giro. Riders will now enjoy a rest day prior to the Queen Stage that includes a double ascent of the Stelvio Pass!

“Drivers should be aloud (sic) to run these idiots over!”, “Run over the scum” - Just a sample from one of the Australian-based anti-cyclist pages on Facebook. Those making these comments need to know they can be used against them in court.

Considered their finest-ever wheelset, it was only a matter of time before Zipp would release a disc version of the 454 NSW. And here it is ...

Bike ReviewsRead all

'Superb attention to detail - the test bike had a stunning anthracite black and sliver satin finish. From the bold & bulbous head tube right down to the subtle finishing touches such as Belgian flag along with tri-colours of the TDF, Giro & Vuelta, this bike is a purist’s dream'

Bowral & Clare Classic organiser James Yaffa has recently fallen in love with the Bianchi Oltre XR4. Here he shares highlights of the past month riding this steed around his home roads & favourite climbs of Sydney.

One of the early adopters and strong proponents of disc brakes, bicycle manufacturing powerhouse Merida has backed their belief in the new stoppers with disc options on virtually all their models. Peter Rox recently found himself astride and reviewing the Scultura 7000 version.

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The Zwift Tour in Sydney. We speak with Steve Beckett of Zwift as riders put themselves through Watopian pain at Rapha CC in Sydney.

In this third article, I'll be discussing how to benchmark and measure your power data to provide feedback on the efficacy of your training. Also the type of training to focus on, for your preferred discipline, so that you can be more efficient and effective when training with a power meter.

If you think that maybe you cut some corners with your base training over the past few months then just stick at it a little bit longer, then begin the next phase of your training when you know you’re ready.

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You may not want to drink chocolate milk every day, but as an alternative to retail outlet recovery potions, it might be the miracle elixir! David O'Reilly explains.

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 solid ride depends on body mass and duration. David O'Reilly explains.

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Setting out from the historic Jamberoo pub at 6am, we rode up the challenging Jamberoo Pass before a (mandatory) stop at the famous Robertson Pie Shop. From there it was on to the village of Burrawang then around to Kangaloon and back to Robertson.

Soon to begin his second year of residence in the Balinese town of Canggu, well known cycling photographer and writer Jarrod Partridge showcases Upshift Tours in this fascinating destinations article for Bicycling Australia readers & riders ...

Australia’s most populous state isn’t exactly known as a cycling utopia. But one pocket of NSW less than three hours from Sydney is swimming briskly against the tide, as Peter Maniaty and a bunch of riding mates recently found out.

Mountain Biking Australia

Live music festival, beers and bikes all rolled into one at Melrose...

The Rocky Trail Entertainment Superflow gravity enduro hits the trails of Stromlo with locals Whiteman and Cooper coming out on top.

A new option for improving the puncture resistance and performance of tubeless tyre systems.