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Strava - it’s a cinch to start then finish a ride with just a couple of taps of a screen. But if you look a little deeper there are far more features than those you see on the face of your phone. Here we take a look at ten ways you can get more out of Strava.

Alison McGregor pulls no punches in this definitive article on the current state of women’s cycling apparel.

The UCI released the major changes overnight, a response to a most disrupted cycling season due to COVID-19.

Global Cycling Network (GCN) are bringing live cycling back to millions of sports fans through the Zwift’s Tour for All exhibition racing series, a professional racing tour to be held on the Zwift virtual platform over five stages raced May 4-8th, 2020.

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

Featuring on the front page of the Australian Financial Review was Nicholas Johns, long time Bicycling Australia supporter & Bowral Classic ambassador. Nick works at 99 Bikes in Bondi Junction, Sydney, and told us that through COVID-19 the bike industry had seen a big boom and was one of the few industries reversing the trend at this challenging time.

We speak with Rupert Guinness, Julie-Anne Hazlett and Patrick Jonker about the current boom in cycling - both in indoor smart trainer sales and bikes.

Global online training platform Zwift have announced their latest, and biggest ever, charity support event, the ‘Tour for All’. A four-week-long series of events, the Tour for All will raise funds for Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and its COVID-19 Crisis Fund with Zwift getting the ball rolling with a $125,000 donation to the organisation.

Rushed to hospital after a serious crash, promising Southern Highlands rider Harry Kooros has been recovering ever since. In this frank and honest interview Harry speaks of finding his missing mojo and getting back in the saddle again.

With the nation now in lockdown many are asking if they can still ride their bikes. In this simple & straightforward Q & A we answer the questions you are asking.

Released overnight, the news has largely been met with negativity. Many are saying it is overly optimistic to cram so many major races into the second half of the year and questioning whether France will in fact be ready for mass gatherings when the Tour de France starts in late August.

French newspapers are reporting the Tour de France, the world's #1 annual cycling event, has been postponed until late August.

They say there’s no rest for the wicked. But perhaps that should read ‘wickedly fast’, as Peter Maniaty discovered earlier this year in this exclusive chat with Caleb Ewan.

It’s one of the more common ailments with 
a surprising percentage of the population suffering lower back pain and the dreaded effects of sciatica.

Indoor cycling is surging in popularity as riders look for alternatives to bunch riding. Here we speak with the team at Wattbike and ask how Coronavirus is impacting the industry and sport.

Organisers of the Noosa Classic are truly saddened to announce the 2020 event has been postponed until 2021. This year’s event is yet another casualty of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.