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With high mountains and the Queen stage of the race ahead, Caleb Ewan is now leaving the Giro to focus on preparations for the Tour de France.

It’s a European-standard climb and descent right here in a very accessible part of Australia – we ride the legendary Mount Buffalo near Bright in Victoria.

From the world’s first carbon road bike and later the introduction of Lycra to the sport in 1976, to some of the most cutting-edge cycling kit of 2019, the Assos story is a truly extraordinary one.

It's that time of year again – the mornings are a little darker, the days 
are starting to get shorter and bike lights become a necessity. In addition to seeing, it's critically important to be seen. Here we take a look at 
a selection of lights from Cateye and Blackburn that are perfect for use as daytime running lights and general purpose night lights.

He’s been surveying Australia’s electoral landscape for almost 30 years. But the ABC’s Antony Green has also navigated plenty of electorates on two wheels, as Peter Maniaty recently discovered.

Bicycling Australia have recently been testing the first purist road bike from US-based company Ventum - a brand better known in Ironman and Triathlon circles for the radical frame design in their One and Z models.

"One of those last hills was asking me some questions...but I got over it." The words of Todd Philpott who, with partner Susan, completed the 90km Rouleurs Classic in the 2018 Bowral Classic

Garmin have released completely revised premium model GPS-based cycling computers, the Edge 530 and Edge 830.

Le Velo Virtuel … participate in a challenging virtual ride while watching the Tour de France and make a life-changing difference for others.

Bike ReviewsRead all

'Smoother is Faster' More than a three-word slogan, that's how Specialized are summarizing the latest incarnation of their successful Roubaix that's been launched today, just in time for this weekend's biggest 1-day race of the year - the Hell of the North.

There's no doubting the allure of shiny metal objects, and Luke Meers has been plumbing the depths of his attraction to Bossi's latest titanium framed rig, the Fabrica Ti.

Orbea have released details of their top aero offering, the Orca, featuring SRAM's new AXS groupset.

TrainingRead all

There's always special credit and kudos given to a good climber ... the one who vanishes from sight like vapor. In this fascinating and helpful article coach David Heatley gives us his tips on better climbing.

Want to spend a long weekend living and training like a pro? Nero Racing are hosting a unique 'Performance Coaching Race Preparation Camp' in Jindabyne in October.

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.

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 100+KM ride depends on you body mass and event duration as David O'Reilly explains.

Nutrition - it's a topic a lot of people ask us about. Whether you want advice for pre, during or post-ride intake, this article will help fuel your hunger.

DestinationsRead all

It is one of the region’s most difficult and challenging climbs, and its literally just a few minutes ride from the centre of town – we take a look at Bowral’s legendary Oxley Hill.

Looking to try something a little different and off the beaten track when in the Sunshine State for the Noosa Classic?

When most of us think about Croatia, we think of Split with its magnificent coastline and hundreds of picturesque islands or of the early 1990’s when 20,000 people died fighting in the Civil War. But who knew it was a rider’s paradise?

Mountain Biking Australia

Shimano may have been late to the game releasing their first 12-speed drivetrain, but after spending some trail-time aboard it, there's no denying that the new XTR is worth the wait.

Focus has approached the E-MTB category in a markedly different way to its rivals by focusing on bike first and battery second. Is it the right approach?

Like them or loathe them, the E-MTB is here to stay and whether you are an elite racer or weekend FROTHER there is a place in everyone’s garage for one of these beasts.