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Bicycling Australia have tested the shoes and can confirm the comfort, durability, feel and particularly the elimination of foot roll.

From one of the world’s most popular and prolific pad makers come these 3D shaped gloves.

The Santos Festival of Cycling has announced an exciting WorldTour element to the program this year with a stellar line up of athletes joining the ride.

Peter Maniaty loves his cycling but is not so keen on getting into gravel. ‘Is anyone out there not getting off the tarmac and on to the dirt these days?’ asks Pete.

Focus have entered the booming gravel / adventure bike category with their latest offering, the Atlas.

Maizy Evans, an accomplished 16yo cyclist, is Bicycling Australia’s Junior Correspondent. In May 2020 she lost her father – her cycling mentor and a much-loved road and MTB enthusiast.

Ride 1000km between Christmas Day and Australia Day to complete the challenge. The first 20 riders to log 1000 kilometres will score Amp Human PR Lotion Gift Packs, and entry is simple.

When it comes to commuter cycling – getting people out of cars and onto bikes – the mandatory helmet law debate is alive and well.

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.

Bike ReviewsRead all

An Icon of 1980s cycling was France's Vitus 979 frame which exemplified many of the innovations of the decade which it outlasted to become one of the most successful racing bicycles ever.

A lightweight climbing bike, the new Emonda is super fast both up and down hill. Here we review the latest from Trek.

The obvious and common denominator of all the bikes reviewed by Bicycling Australia is two wheels ... but not this one. Here we take a look at the recently-released Wattbike Atom.

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.

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.

Could just an hour a week of body weight strength training transform your riding? Sarah Hunter thinks so and explains it here.

NutritionRead all

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.

Pills, potions and tinctures: the world of sports supplements is a complex one. David O'Reilly busts some myths.

The focus of this article is the all-important question we as cyclists need answered: “will eating plants help me ride faster?”.

DestinationsRead all

Victorian-based Bicycling Australia contributor Coco Henry was so impressed by a recent trip to the Mornington Peninsula she’s tempted to move there! Here Coco explains why.

You’re in great shape. Your bike is ready. Your itinerary is sorted. But without the right travel insurance, the two-wheeled adventure of your dreams could quickly turn into a nightmare, as Peter Maniaty (no stranger to overseas bike accidents himself) explores.

Cobbles. The mere thought of them conjures up excitement, anticipation, sweaty palms and dreams of adventure. Flanders is the home of cobbles so that's where we reviewed the latest Roubaix from Specialized.

Mountain Biking Australia

After witnessing the destruction of their region the boys from Talbingo MTB Club came up with a plan.

The story of a club’s amazing vision in the face of devastation.

Often overlooked, a comfortable backpack can make or break a rider’s experience. How did the Macpac Amp Multi Pack handle?