For 2018 26yo Aussie Brenton Jones has signed with French Pro Continental team Delko Marseille Provence KTM. We caught up with the here, there and everywhere sprinter when he made a recent flying visit back to Australia. Read more
We speak with Steve Bracks, the former Premier of Victoria, as he takes over as Chairman of Cycling Australia.
We speak to Australian National Champion Miles Scotson at the end of the final stage of the Santos Tour Down Under, his first WorldTour race in a pro team.
We speak to cycling legend and 2017 Santos Tour Down Under Ambassador Jens Voigt after Caleb Ewan's thrilling Stage 3 victory at Victor Harbour and ask him if Richie Porte will win the tour.
Australian National Road Champion Miles Scotson spent his 22nd birthday riding his second-ever stage of a WorldTour race. Doing it in emphatic style, Miles provided solid support for teammates including ultimate Stage 2 winner Richie Porte.
After winning a thrilling sprint finish at the People's Choice Classic the previous evening, in this short video Caleb talks about his goals for the next day's Stage 1 of the 2017 Tour Down Under.
Matthew de Vroet is an 18-year-old Aussie currently living in the cycling heartland of Belgium. Always up for a challenge, he crossed Australia by bike in 2015. A rider with much to share, we asked Matt to pen a blog for Bicycling Australia readers.
Ivan J Cook is a young Australian who rides professionally in Holland. Earlier this year he crashed heavily during a local criterium event. Here he describes his steps to recovery with the hope of helping others in a similar situation.
As key leadout man to arguably the greatest sprinter of our generation, Australian cycling legend Mark Renshaw is one of the strongest, most reliable and dependable riders in the pro peloton.
Always open to information on current performance enhancement methods, endo explores a new cross training fad.
Any punter of the peloton serious about the power of the pedal has sacrificed personal glory and comfort for the greater good at some point in time. There are very few amongst true lovers of lycra who have not crunched the cranks for cancer research or sat down with the bunch to seriously consider riding mono-cycles across the Simpson Desert to raise money for some young tacker with Tourette’s from Tumbarumba who plays the harmonica and wants nothing more than to enter the ‘effing’ busker’s competition at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.
Any punter of the peloton serious about crunching the cranks has a view to share on their preferred drivetrain. The act of efficiently converting human movement into torque and speed might well be considered a feat of modern engineering but in my bunch, The Old Cranks, science quickly gives way to emotion when the topic arises over a post-ride latté.
He may spend the bulk of his time in Great Britain these days, but Shane Edwin Sutton OBE grew up more than 16,500km away in the black soil country of Moree. Words by Peter Maniaty.
Following a less than amicable exit from World Tour outfit Garmin-Sharp, Steele Von Hoff is eager to regain his seat at cycling’s top table. The Australian national criterium champion spoke with Kieran Pender about the journey from burger flipper to professional athlete, a successful year to date and his love of chess.
No matter how glittering the career, every pro rider comes to that fork in the road where it’s time to stop. Peter Maniaty spoke with Phil Anderson, Robbie McEwen and a decidedly stressed Jens Voigt to find out what happens then?
Decades before Anna and Kerrie Meares burst on to the tracks of regional Queensland, Rockhampton Cycling Club boasted another household name, two-time Olympian and ten-time senior National Champion Kenrick Tucker.