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Lochie Kavanagh is the youngest rider in the Indian Pacific Wheel Race. During this interview with the inspirational 18-year-old, we were amazed to find out he has only been cycling for a matter of months.

Indian Pacific Wheel Race particpiants have been riding more than a week with the leaders having now covered more than 3000km of their massive 5500km goal. Watch our latest race report video and listen to an interview with Jesse Carlsson here

At dusk on Day 6 of the 5500km Indian Pacific Wheel Race, a gruelling self-supported race across Australia, some 59 riders remain in the epic trans-Australia adventure.

Ultra-endurance cyclist Juliana Buhring says she will "start over from the beginning and do it all again ... cuz I haven't come this far to go home." after her forced abandonment of the #IPWR due to serious illness

As ultra-cyclists Kristof Allegaert & Mike Hall hold the top two positions in the Indian Pacific Wheel Race, three extremely determined Aussies - Seb Dunne, Adam Hunter & Sarah Hammond - are hot on their wheels.

Wahoo have released the latest in their lineup of GPS bike computers and this one looks sure to be a winner - the new ELEMNT BOLT

As riders of the first-ever Indian Pacific Wheel Race continue to power their way across Australia, event mastermind Jesse Carlsson has been forced to abandon the race.

Paul Ardill took up cycling after suffering a stroke at age 65 when his doctor suggested he ride a bike to restore lost balance. “I was supposed to just ride around the block,” he said from Fremantle where he’s busy preparing for the IPWR.

Waiting for a break in the weather so you can head out for a ride? In many parts of Australia you could be waiting a while! To help ease the frustration we’ve compiled a list of top tips to make the most of riding in the rain.

With the lead riders covering well over 600km in the first 24 hours of the Indian Pacific Wheel Race, online fans have been lapping up the action.

Team Sky's Michal Kwiatkowski has beaten Bora-Hansgrohe's Peter Sagan across the line in a thrilling edition of Milan-San Remo.

At 6am on Saturday morning more than 70 riders will roll out of Fremantle in Western Australia and start racing their bikes 5500km to Sydney for the Indian Pacific Wheel Race.

Ron Krueger is a keen cyclist and communications manager for TourXOz, a bi-annual charity bike ride that covers some of the most challenging routes in the nation. Here Ron tells us about the next big ride, from Fremantle to Broome, in September.

Although Team Sky's Sergio Henao won the 2017 Paris-Nice last, the race will forever be remembered as one of Alberto Contador’s finest performances.

“It hurt so much but it was such a sweet victory after the disaster we had early in the week," said Richie Porte, after winning the Queen stage of this year's Paris-Nice in emphatic style.