It’s the single biggest issue facing each one of us - safety while out there enjoying our sport, maintaining or improving our health, fitness and wellbeing and doing what we love most. Riding our bikes.

Want to try out the route creation tool? Bicycling Australia have put together this step-by-step video to show how it’s done.

When thinking about bike saddles it’s important to not just consider short term comfort but the long term benefits. Having been creating saddles for more than 70-years, ergonomics are front and foremost in the design of every Selle SMP model.

Schwalbe recently released a first onto the Australian market - a 28mm Pro One Skinwall tyre in tubeless.

In this latest video on the Bicycling Australia YouTube channel we take a look at three new releases for 2019 - the Lazer Bullet 2 helmet, the Look 795 RS Blade and new skinwall tubeless tyres from Schwalbe.

GPS giant Garmin have announced news of an agreement to acquire outstanding shares in Tacx, a deal seen to be a move against Wahoo's growing market...

Bicycling Australia, Australasia’s leading cycling media brand, have officially launched the second annual Noosa Classic, a thrilling festival of cycling to be held over the weekend of August 17/18 this year.

Kell O'Brien and Leigh Howard have stormed home to become the inaugural Six Day Melbourne champions.

SRAM's long-rumoured 12-speed groupset has finally been released, the new AXS system that features revised gear ratios, a flat-top chain and more.

With Six Day Melbourne to take centre stage tonight at Melbourne Arena, the full rider list has been confirmed.

It’s one of the highest, longest climbs in Australia. Karen Forman climbs the iconic Charlotte Pass.

Cycling .... It has to be the ultimate accessory sport! There's always something new coming along and here we take a quick look at the latest from Bont, Supacaz and Hiplock.

Road testing Bianchi’s premium endurance offering on the nation’s highest roads.

UK outfit Team Sky claimed 3 stage wins and the overall title, the Jayco Herald Sun yellow jersey, as the 2019 Jayco Herald Sun Tour came to an end on Sunday.

It could have been a scene straight out of Dumb & Dumber, but it happened in real life right here in Australia.