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. Read more
Relatively unknown to many of Sydney's locals and visitors, the Cooks River Cycleway connects Botany Bay on the coast and Homebush Bay in the west. 23km in length, it is the perfect destination for recreational cyclists of all ages & abilities.
China is a country full of traditions, with a massive history and not the first place we think about when dreaming of our next cycling holiday.
Roughly 120km south of Taipei, Taichung is Taiwan’s second biggest city, mostly flat, and very rideable. This is where Peter Maniaty tested out the local bike hire scheme.
In part 1 of the Cycling Sydney special we rode the Cooks River Cycleway, a 23km bike path linking Botany Bay with Homebush Bay. Here we visit West Head - a challenging but rewarding ride on smooth, fast & traffic-free roads.
Ask any Australian to name a country famous for cycling and they will probably say France or Italy. But for true cycling purists the most famous country is undoubtedly Belgium and more specifically, the region of Flanders.
We investigate the undeniable allure of Brisbane’s ‘hill they call a mountain’
It’s one of the highest, longest climbs in Australia. Karen Forman climbs the iconic Charlotte Pass.
Mt Hotham is brutal climb classically approached from the Bright side. The township of Bright is centrally located to the three iconic, and world-class cycling climbs the region has on offer. Mt Buffalo, Falls Creek and of course Mt Hotham; the toughest of them 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.
A fairytale vineyard located on a slight rise along a quiet and shaded country road in the Clare Valley, Kilikanoon estate is simply picture-perfect. We recently visited the winery by bike and found it the perfect way to get there ...
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?
'Truly magic.' They were the first words to come to mind soon after arriving in Noosa, initially for a walk around town to find a bite to eat, then kit up, take the bike out of the car, and go for a ride.
Video: We take a look at some of the best cycling options in and around Noosa and a chat to the locals as we lead up to Bicycling Australia’s first Gran Fondo event for Queensland, the Noosa Classic on August 26.
In this fascinating insight into cycling Oman, Bowral Classic Race Director Will Levy offers a background into the region’s two-wheeled options and tells us about a unique new Haute Route 3-day challenge + 10-day cycling safari to Oman in early 2019.