Bicycling Australia are keen to hear your thoughts on any of the topics we cover or whatever aspect of the sport you wish to discuss. Here we show some recent letters from the pages of Bicycling Australia.

Kelland O’Brien and Leigh Howard produced a stunning final chase victory to steal the men’s classification on the final evening of Six Day Brisbane.

In an absolute dream victory 36-year-old Belgian Philippe Gilbert won the world's toughest one-day race, Paris Roubaix, overnight.

Now in its fourth year, 2019 is set to see Australia's premier Gran Fondo ride go from strength to strength

'Smoother is Faster' More than a three-word slogan, that's how Specialized are summarizing the latest incarnation of their successful Roubaix that's been launched today, just in time for this weekend's biggest 1-day race of the year - the Hell of the North.

The EyroPro carbon road handlebar is claimed to offer more comfort, more grip positions and better aerodynamics than traditional bars. We take a look at this revolutionary, Aussie-designed product.

It seems not a week goes by with some major product updates or releases in the world of cycling - here we take a quick look at the latest in cycling gear & accessories

Bicycling Australia congratulate Jacob Fryatt - the first rider home in the 2019 IndyPac. We spoke with Jacob along the way - here's the video interview.

It's been long-rumoured and now is here - SRAM have released eTap in their mid-level Force groupset range.

Macey Stewart has a dream. Like most talented young athletes, that dream involves winning an Olympic gold medal. But there’s more to her dream than most as Karen Forman found out.

In his debut article, 19yo Perth-based cycling photographer Zac Williams speaks with one of our favorite pros, Luke Durbridge.

Think cyclocross and there’s a fair chance you’ll imagine a determined-looking, mud-covered rider with a bike over 
the shoulder 
and leaping a sign-written barrier.

Ever been diagnosed with a health condition that has you fearing you may not be able to keep cycling? Take inspiration from Team Novo Nordisk and followers, who not only ride, but race – and well – with Type One diabetes. KAREN FORMAN reports.

Designed in Australia and rapidly gaining a strong reputation the world over, Curve Cycling has become synonymous with endurance, reliability and adventure.

Since 1983 Tom Merckx (no relation) has been a fanatic collector of professional cycling team jerseys. During the years he has collected a whopping 2207 different jerseys from 58 countrys worldwide.