Looking to try something a little different and off the beaten track when in the Sunshine State for the Noosa Classic? Read more
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?
The Noosa Classic is thrilled to announce the news that ultra-talented cyclist, team leader and all-round good guy Chris Miller of Nero Racing will be attending Bicycling Australia’s inaugural Queensland Gran Fondo.
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.
Picture this ... luxurious yet affordable accomodation nestled alongside the Noosa National Park just above Hastings Street, arguably one of the nation's most sought after holiday destinations.
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.
Pie by bike - sounds like the perfect combination doesn't it. Ride, eat a pie, ride, repeat.
Broken Hill is more known for its silver ore than cycling, but it was there at the lookout and miners' memorial above the 'Silver City' we met two fellow cyclists returning home after the Clare Classic.
Bicycling Australia journalist Peter Maniaty recently enjoyed the dream task of road testing the new 12-speed Campagnolo groupset in the Canary Islands. Here he showcases the cycling opportunities on 'Gran Canaria'.
Dan Bonello is based in Sydney and no stranger to packing up his bike and essential equipment and travelling to exotic destinations both around Australia and overseas. Here are his thoughts on travelling with a precious bike and cycling gear.
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 ...
#AdlSucksForCycling … such a gloomy and disparaging hashtag isn't it. Upon seeing this mysterious moniker regularly appear on numerous Instagram images over the past few months, we thought it high time find out exactly what was going on.
The Clare Valley is obviously a damn good place for bike riding, hence being chosen as the location for Bicycling Australia’s second major Gran Fondo cycling event, the Clare Classic on April 8. But as you'll see here there's plenty more on offer!
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.
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.
Hundreds of riders from amateurs to the top pros recently rode the epic Taiwan KOM Challenge. Here we speak with 47yo Aussie Dave Evans who finished the course just 12 minutes behind Aussie Tour de France legend Cadel Evans.