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Italian superstar Elia Viviani enjoyed his 70th professional win after sprinting home to claim victory in a thrilling end to the UCI WorldTour Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.
At 6:05am on Monday 5 November 2018, one of Australia’s most passionate and prolific cycling safety advocates was hit from behind while enjoying a morning ride near his Sunshine Coast home.
Vitamin and supplement company Swisse Wellness has launched Australia’s first Ride to Work Scheme, an opportunity that offers employees the attraction of a tax deductable salary sacrifice.
The world's top male and female cyclists are arrving in Geelong for this weekend's Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race plus the Elite Women’s & Men's Race Melbourne.
Daryl Impey has done it, the Mitchelton-Scott rider and South African national champion has won back-to-back Tour Down Under events, the first rider to ever do so.
Tour Down Under leader Patrick Bevin was rushed to hospital after the completion of Stage 5 of the race, the New Zealander crashing heavily in the final 10km of a thrilling and controversial day's racing.
Reigning Tour Down Under Champion Daryl Impey has won Stage 4 of this year’s event in sensational style
VIDEO: Three time world champion Peter Sagan has enjoyed his first win of the 2019 Tour Down Under, a tough Adelaide Hills stage.
South Australia police have issued an urgent appeal for information following the fatal hit and run of a cyclist.
Bicycling Australia's complete guide to each stage of the Women's & Mens 2019 Tour Down Under.
New Zealander Patrick Bevin has enjoyed his first professional World Tour win, the Santos Ochre Leader’s jersey, and delivered the maiden victory for his CCC Team.
The Red Shield Ride is The Salvation Army's premier national charity bike ride event and will be held from 29 April-8 May 2019.
Elia Viviani will be the first rider to wear the ochre jersey after enjoying a convincing win at Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under.
Amanda Spratt has done it - the Mitchelton-Scott rider winning her third successive Tour Down Under as the race concluded with an Adelaide city criterium style circuit race on Sunday.