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Register for the 160km or 120km Bowral Classic events today to go into the draw to win $1000 of kit including a KASK helmet & Bont cycling shoes. To register visit www.bowralclassic.com.au

With the 104th Tour de France starting in Dusseldorf on Saturday, we take a look at the Australian riders competing in the world's most gruelling & popular bike race.

Orica-Scott have confirmed their lineup for the 104th Tour de France which starts next week, with a dual-pronged attack featuring Simon Yates and Esteban Chaves as joint lead riders.

Mavic have launched a revolutionary new tubeless tyre system, the Road UST (Universal System Tubeless), that allows incredibly simple tyre installation and removal while retaining security.

BMC Racing team have announced the lineup of riders they feel are best-placed to deliver Richie Porte to his maiden Tour de France victory.

Queenslander Jay McCarthy is set to make his Tour de France debut and play a key support role for 5 x Green Jersey winner Peter Sagan.

“Deakin University’s manufacturing process will make it possible to localise manufacturing and make carbon fibre technology more accessible..." says three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond.

Bicycling Australia & Zwift are offering readers the exclusive opportunity to get 'Faster In Four Weeks' via this downloadable custom training plan.

Fellow riders including Australia's Lochie Kavanagh have paid their respects to Trans Am Bike Race rider Eric Fishbein who tragically died after being hit by a car.

Bike ReviewsRead all

Following in the tracks of the company’s ‘reinvention’ of the adventure bike, the fully aero EXPLORO, Italian company 3T has released a dramatic new take on the aero road bike.

Bianchi have announced the latest in their aero lineup - the new Bianchi ARIA is a great looking performance bike at an affordable price point.

BMC have released the latest incarnation of the Teammachine - a disc brake version. Refined, slick and minimalist, BMC say they took advice from top professionals including Richie Porte, Greg Van Avermaet and others.

TrainingRead all

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.

Don't be deceived by the slow and gentle appearance of Tai Chi. It is a powerful force for vital energy and good health; and it may be your key to a longer healthier life on the bike.

NutritionRead all

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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A look around La Bicicletta in Bourg d'Oisans, France - part museum, part vintage bike shop. As you'll see here, Laurent is totally passionate about all things 'velo course', and particularly early Tour de France history.

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 ...

Mountain Biking Australia

Borrowing from the popular X2 gravity focussed air shock, the new DPX2 aims to deliver similar performance in a lighter and more compact package.

Western Australia's most popular MTB marathon event looks set to get even bigger for 2017!

12-speed for the masses? SRAM launches a new more affordable version of their Eagle drivetrain…