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. Read more
Spanish company Orbea was founded way back in 1840, yet the company still manages to stay on the forefront of design and manufacturing technology. Here we road test their latest, the Orca Aero fitted with SRAM’s wireless AXS groupset.
Is it the best and fastest Izalco Max ever? It sure looks fast in the photos ... Take a look at this drool-worthy Izalco Max from Focus.
During 2019 Cervelo announced a significant upgrade of their S3 model, and this one’s an absolute sleeper.
Road testing Bianchi’s premium endurance offering on the nation’s highest roads.
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.
'Old School rider meets new school technology'. That's how 5-time Tour de France participant and Aussie cycling legend Patrick Jonker refers to his time testing the Cervelo R3 Disc.
No fluffy intros, no witty analogies, no hyperbole ... none of that's required with this new offering. Instead we'll just stick to the facts and describe the moment this teal stunner was first wheeled into the Bicycling Australia office.
Orbea have updated their popular Orca Aero model for 2020 with new technology, a new look and new features.
Specialized have long dominated the e-MTB market and now they are set to alter the playing field with the release of the all-new Turbo Creo SL Road Platform.
Gid Mason of Fleche Cycle Repairs near Sydney is not only an absolute perfectionist of a bike mechanic but also the proud custodian of several stunning collectables.
Rather than road test a stock standard Bianchi Oltre XR3 Disc, Bicycling Australia Editor Nat Bromhead purchased a new Bianchi XR3 and went about 'up-speccing' the bike and adding some Italian flair.
Somewhat of a cross between a mountain bike and a roadie, the inclusion of the Cutthroat from Salsa on the Bicycling Australia website may come as a surprise to some readers. But, as Editor Nat Bromhead discovered, this purpose-designed endurance machine may just be the perfect ‘N+1’ choice.
BMC have announced an all-road model to capitalise on the growing gravel market - the URS or UnReStricted.
BMC have announced the introduction of the new, re-imagined Roadmachine for 2010.
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.