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Four young riders, considered to be the next wave of top Aussie cycling talent, have been signed to Mitchelton-SCOTT, the Orica-SCOTT affiliated development team.

Registrations are open for the 145 Classic: Ride For Youth, a challenging charity ride from Sydney to Jamberoo Mountain via Kiama on March 19.

How To Bunny Hop Like A Pro: Watch as Movistar rider Alejandro Valverde hops a patch of gravel and learn from Aussie Jake Kauffmann who gives his top bunny hop tips.

With much of Australia in for forecast maximums of up to 45 degrees over the weekend, we’ve put together our 5 top tips to help you get some cycling time in as you try to beat the stifling heat.

Is the gravel bike just another fad, or are they potentially the most versatile breed of bike out there? We took a Norco Search and set about modifying it to see how far we could take it—both on-road and off…

Adam Hansen holds the record for most consecutive Grand Tour stages ever at 16 and counting. Bike fit is critical to the 35yo Aussie powerhouse's continuing success. Watch & learn as Adam discusses the unique set up of his Ridley Helium.

Australian bicycle retailer 99 Bikes has partnered with African bike charity group Qhubeka. Make a small donation to Qhubeka this month for your chance to win a trip for two to Africa where you can help make a difference.

“It’s my first overall win ever,” said Sun Tour winner Damien Howson after winning the 2017 edition of the 64 year old stage race. “It’s also nice to break into new territory for myself.”

Damien Howsen, Jai Hindley and Kenny Elissonde will be fighting it out for the overall win of the 2017 Jayco Herald Sun Tour on Sunday. But each of them better keep an eye on the peloton - the attacks will be coming thick, fast and from anywhere.

Bike ReviewsRead all

Team Astana have partnered with Argon 18 and for 2017 the team will be riding Gallium Pro, Nitrogen Pro aero frame and E-1118 Next TT bikes. In this gallery we take a close look at Oscar Gatto's Galium Pro.

Giant has a long history in alloy framed bikes, and their latest creation, the entry level Contend, packs in much of what they have learned. Pat Howard has been riding the SL 1 Disc to review.

We caught up with Peter Sagan and his stunning S-Works Venge Vias at the Tour Down Under. Warning: Serious bike bling ahead!

TrainingRead all

Training with power is technical, but does bring results. David Heatley dives in the deep end, explaining the difference between heart rate and power training, and how to set up your power zones.

We all know riders who relish it when the road begins to tilt skyward. They may not necessarily be built like whippets, and in some cases they may not even be that great at climbing, but they seem to enjoy it nonetheless.

Ok so you have built up your fitness to be able to cover 100km on the bike. This is a great start but what does it take to go to the next level?Here are a couple of my tips to help you out.

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

Low carbohydrate diets have become part of the fad diet landscape, and gained an almost universally negative reputation. However, some cyclists integrate a low carb regime in their training. David O'Reilly looks at how and why.

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From the alti-plano and Atacama desert in the north, where rainfall averages 3.5mm per year, to the wilds of Patagonia in the south, where winds in excess of 100kph are not uncommon, Chile has a diversity of climate and geography to match Australia. These extremes may not be appealing to many cyclists but in between there are soaring mountains, beautiful valleys and vineyards aplenty.

Having travelled to France for several years conducting cycling tours it wasn’t any surprise that I would eventually find a town that I would love to call my home away from home. To live in Vaison la Romaine before my old age would have to be the opening line on my bucket list.

Australia’s toughest ride is part of the Audax Alpine Classic a festival of cycling to be held on 28th January in the town of Bright in North East Victoria.

Mountain Biking Australia

See if you won one of the five double passes that were up for grabs...

With the 2017 World Cup season approaching, the dynamic duo announce their plans.

With a vertical drop of 820m and descending trails up to 16km long, this trail project is going to be huge!