The May / June 2020 Edition Of Bicycling Australia Is Out Now

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It is out now! The May / June edition of the nation's premier cycling publication, Bicycling Australia.

Here's a sneak peek of what's inside -

Coronavirus and Cycling 

It’s the biggest issue of our time and yes, it is heavily impacting the sport of cycling. Here Steve Thomas speaks with pro rider Adam Hansen. A wide-ranging interview, this is riveting reading with important information for all of us. There are also helpful tips on how we can ‘ride out the crisis’, and discussion about the boom in smart trainers and indoor cycling.

Mandatory Helmet Laws 

This is a curly one … An opinion piece on the ongoing debate over mandatory helmet laws. Here Dr Michael Hanslip offers his educated opinion.

Faster at 50 

We’ve all heard that ‘50 is the new 40’, and that ‘life begins at 50’, but is it possible to continue to get faster after hitting the half century? 

Cycling Insurance

While international travel is off the agenda for many of us for now, here we take a look at all there is to know about insurance for cyclists. It’s a critical element of our sport and here Peter Maniaty explains all we need to know about rider and bike insurance.

Remembering Ron Webb 

He was a true giant of the sport, a man with passion and love for road and track cycling. Sadly Ron Webb passed away earlier this year but he leaves the legacy of some of the world’s most famous indoor velodromes.

Plus the regulars -

The Big Picture, Publisher’s Note & Top Gear

Junior Correspondent with Maizy Evans

Bunch of Fives with Pete Maniaty

Bang BANG with Lee Turner

Spin Cycle with Anthony Tan

Head to your local newsagent to grab a copy this week! You can also order online and get the print edition + digital copy via the Zinio platform.

The May/ June edition is available at your local newsagent plus you can subscribe online via this link.

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