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Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome remains in a French hospital after a horror crash during a training ride on Wednesday.

Has the company that brought us the original aero bike reasserted its place at the head of the pack? Nat Bromhead finds out.

Chris Froome will not start the 2019 Tour de France after crashing heavily and breaking multiple bones in France overnight.

Bicycling Australia have been road testing a new shoe from fizik, the new Tempo R5 Overcurve

Gran Fondo & endurance bikes - the fastest-growing sector of the road cycling market. According to our recent survey more than 40 percent of readers currently own an endurance bike with many others looking to purchase one. So what’s out there?

Factor Bikes have released a major update to the 02 series with the 02VAM - a sub-700g road frame.

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.

Specialized have dropped the annual fee on their patented ANGi sensor, a lightweight tracking device that 'calls for help when a rider can’t'.

Liv Cycling, the company dedicated to getting more women on bikes, has introduced the all new Avail Advanced, its line of endurance-focused road bikes.

As a coach for FTP Training Sarah Hunter is often asked ‘should I buy a power meter’? The answer, as with most training related questions is never clear cut, so she says ‘it depends’.

A lack of comfort in the saddle can be damaging to any ride, be it a Sunday morning pedal or a serious ride like a Gran Fondo event.

Bowral Classic and Bicycling Australia's Classics series originator James Yaffa recently took on the task of road-testing a premium road helmet from Lazer, the Century. How did he enjoy using the special centenary edition from the historic company?

Bicycling Australia took a first look at it at the Tour Down Under in January, now Rotor have officially launched their latest offering – a 13T 1x hydraulic drivetrain.

From the world’s first carbon road bike and later the introduction of Lycra to the sport in 1976, to some of the most cutting-edge cycling kit of 2019, the Assos story is a truly extraordinary one.

The Kinetic R1, the world's only interactive, direct-drive smart trainer that allows your bike to move naturally, is now available in Australia.