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Veteran sprinter Mark Cavendish will be riding the 2021 Tour de France, the 36yo making his return to the legendary race after a 3-year absence.

A TT style race against the clock, riders will leave the start line in regular intervals to post their best time over the 2.6km, 3.5% climb.

The third annual Noosa Classic is set to feature a Saturday Individual Time Trail plus an additional 65km fondo course …

Zwift have announced they will be supporting partner of the recently announced Women's Tour de France. To be known as the 'Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift', the inaugural edition will start on Sunday the 24th July 2022 with Stage 1 finishing in Paris on the Champs-Élysées.

Having won the 2020 Zwift Academy competition, then making the podium of his first top-level race - the Presidential Tour of Turkey - this is the Jay Vine story.

Premium quality gravel wheels with a 24mm internal width—we test the Easton EC70AX wheelset.

Criterium racing is one of the hardest, fastest and most exciting forms of bike racing - it's tactical, fan-friendly, and a wonderful spectator sport.

'Australian Cycling Champions 130 years of bicycle racing' is one of the most comprehensive books published on the history of Australian bicycle racing and the performances of our top track and road cycling champions.

In this review we look at two new saddles from Repente, an Italian company that is attempting to create innovative saddles in a range of styles.

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Marcus Leach gets gritty with a unique offering from Italian marque Pinarello, the gravel-specific Grevil.

We ride and review a Shimano Ultegra-equipped custom MyO version of the latest Orbea Orca.

Launched in 2016, the 3T Exploro filled a void the vast majority of us didn’t even know existed. Described as a ‘Gravel Plus’ platform, the premise was to add aero efficiencies to the humble gravel bike and to ‘go slow faster’.

TrainingRead all

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.

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.

Sarah Hunter takes an in-depth look at all aspects of indoor training and answers the 5 most common questions on setting up to ride inside.

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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.

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It’s home to some of Australia’s most accomplished pros and the jewel in the National Road Series crown. But the Apple Isle still offers considerable riches for riders of more modest abilities, as Peter Maniaty recently discovered.

Pro rider Ayden Toovey describes the Bylong Valley Way / Growee Gulph climb near Mudgee in New South Wales

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.