Bikes

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

With the Wagga Gears & Beers Dirty 130 ride as her testing ground, Gemma Mollenhauer reviews the Specialized Women's Diverge E5 Comp

We take a look at Team Dimension Data rider Lachlan Morton's very own Cervélo C5 endurance bike. Lochie uses this as his training bike and simply switches from road to gravel wheels & tyres according to where he’s riding

According to the Trek website the Madone 9.0 is the right bike for you 'if you want to go damn fast'.

Cervélo have announced the release of the S3 Disc, a frame with all the features of the much-loved S3 and including a host of new additions.

Specialized have released the latest incarnation of the legendary Tarmac, and it's the lightest bike the company has ever made.

Pinarello has joined the ranks of bike brands now offering a power assisted dropbar road bike. Their Nytro model inspired by the Dogma F10, weighs in at 13kg with battery intact, and has disc brakes and thru-axles.

With snow forecast to fall in the Snowy Mountains in early November, we took Bianchi's recently-released Impulso AllRoad to the cold country to put it to the test.

Looking sharp whether stationary or at speed, this two-wheeled weapon makes everything around it look like it's on an angle. It’s a stunningly finished bike and that beauty is way deeper than the matt black, gloss black and red highlights.

High in stance, long in wheelbase and proud & raring to go, the Bossi Fabrica exhibits a ready-for-anything stance. We recently put this unique, go-anywhere CX to the test with a 135km loop from the bush to the city & back

Bicycling Australia Editor Gary Hunt tests out the latest entry-level offering from Giant - a 2018 model Advanced 2. With silky smooth Shimano 105, hydraulic disc braking, tubeless tyres and a top-level frameset, there's serious value for money here

Cork, Ireland: Aqua Blue Sport have unveiled its 2018 3T designed team bike, the STRADA. It will be the first ever road bike to ride at the highest levels of professional cycling with the unique SRAM 1x drivetrain system.

Described as a ‘new old bike’, the Bianchi L’Eroica is a modern yet timeless classic.

Available only in disc brake configuration, Giant say the objective of the new Propel was to ‘forget limitations, ignore conventional wisdom, and create a race-winning aero road bike without compromises.’

It's a case of déjà vu for Peter Rox, as he steps onto a BH G7, the disc braked variant of the model which superseded his own G6 'daily rider' for this review.