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The award-winning Bowral Classic is back and for 2018 will feature 4 course options - 175km, 120km, 90km and 35km. Registrations are open now with a special early bird offer

A hugely impressive ride from the Luxembourg national champion, Jungels soloed away from the elite group of favourites with 20 kilometres to go at 'La Doyenne'

“The Esquire oozes character and quality, each component seems to have been selected carefully and combine to create a bike which delivers across the board. The nishing touch is the quality paint scheme, unique and stylish and very appealing.”

Watch as Don Mitchell and Gary Hunt install Rotor's revolutionary UNO hydraulic groupset. A review will appear in the May /June edition of Bicycling Australia. Watch the video, read the article and have your say on this unique hydraulic offering.

The Noosa Classic is just 4-months away! To be held in Queensland’s iconic coastal destination on August 26th 2018, the event is set to attract riders Australia wide and international cycling enthusiasts.

'Out where the river broke, The bloodwood and the desert oak, Holden wrecks and boiling diesels, Steam in forty five degrees….' So goes the legendary Midnight Oil tune ‘Beds are Burning, a song - one of many perfectly appropriate Aussie classics - that played daily on Broken Hill’s Hill FM last week.

'The sock makes the kit' ... or so it's been said. In this illuminative article on socks we speak with Dale Smith of Cycle Closet, valued supporting partner of our next Gran Fondo event the Noosa Classic.

Devils thorns, bindis, three cornered jacks … they are the scourge of many a cyclist. Here an old-school bike shop owner and mechanic shows how he deals with the problem.

Campagnolo are the first of the ‘big three’ groupset manufacturers to announce road-specific 12 speed cassettes, with Bicycling Australia’s Peter Maniaty recently travelling to the global launch of the groupo in the Canary Islands.

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Thibaut Pinot has won the Tour of the Alps after finishing in the pack on the race's final stage on Friday.

Michael Valgren (Astana) beat Roman Kreuziger (Mitchelton-Scott) to the line to claim the Amstel Gold Race 2018. The 26-year-old Dane made a decisive move 2km from home, breaking clear of the eight-man leading group.

Dutchman Niki Terpstra (Quick-Step Floors) soloed to glory in the Tour of Flanders ahead of Denmark's Mads Pedersen and compatriot Philippe Gilbert.

Bike ReviewsRead all

HTech Bikes is an Australian brand known for innovation and pushing the boundaries of wooden bike frame design and development.

Slovenian Triple National Champion Luka Mezgec of Mitchelton-SCOTT has ridden the 2018 Abu Dhabi Tour on a Special Edition Foil Disc in national colors.

We test ride the new Fabrica CX, a 1X, disc-equipped genuine all-rounder from Sydney-based start-up Bossi Bicycles.

TrainingRead all

Our genes tell the body how to build certain proteins which lead to eye colour, height, enzymes or even personality, therefore they possibly contribute to athletic ability and nutrition metabolism -

On a recent visit to the MegaBike store in Adelaide we enjoyed coffee and a chat with Claud Altin. In this video interview he talks training advice and general tips for those taking part in Gran Fondo cycling events such as the Clare Classic.

For many of us when precious bike time comes up it’s tempting to kit up, check the tyres, and start rolling. But it’s important to remember that stretching and preparing your body can make a big difference to performance.

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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.

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.

Getting your nutrition right for an event such as the Bowral Classic is imperative. Without giving due consideration to pre-ride nutrition you run the risk hitting the wall prematurely ...

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Pie by bike - sounds like the perfect combination doesn't it. Ride, eat a pie, ride, repeat.

Bicycling Australia journalist Peter Maniaty recently enjoyed the dream task of road testing the new 12-speed Campagnolo groupset in the Canary Islands. Here he showcases the cycling opportunities on 'Gran Canaria'.

Dan Bonello is based in Sydney and no stranger to packing up his bike and essential equipment and travelling to exotic destinations both around Australia and overseas. Here are his thoughts on travelling with a precious bike and cycling gear.

Mountain Biking Australia

Australia's tallest bike park is prepping for its first ever festival event.

New trails set to boost Thredbo's trail network across the park.

Last lap drama for top New Zealanders, but success eludes Aussie Commonwealth Games riders at Nerang.