When thinking about bike saddles it’s important to not just consider short term comfort but the long term benefits. Having been creating saddles for more than 70-years, ergonomics are front and foremost in the design of every Selle SMP model. Read more
Schwalbe is the world’s leading bicycle tyre manufacturer and a proud supporting partner of Noosa's very own Gran Fondo cycling event, the Noosa Classic on August 26. Not only one of the world’s most trusted and relied upon bike tyres, the German manufacturer is also leading the way in tubeless tyre technology.
Campagnolo are the first of the ‘big three’ groupset manufacturers to announce road-specific 12 speed cassettes, with Bicycling Australia’s Peter Maniaty recently travelling to the global launch of the groupo in the Canary Islands.
We speak with Service Course Technician Manuel at The Tour de France where he discusses his role looking after Campagnolo equipped bikes and the company's recently released disc brakes.
Lotto NL Jumbo team mechanic Derek shows us what's in his "office" - Starting with the 9 stunning Bianchi's on the roof carriers right through to the "50 to 60" bidons in the cooler ...
Spokes are hard to get too excited about because they all look much the same and they don’t appear to do much either. But to build a great set of wheels you need to get a bit excited about spoke choice because it will dramatically influence the end result.
Development of the bicycle rim continues, and while there are new high tech materials and designs on the market, there are still many tried and true options available.
Welcome to part two of our five part series on wheels. In this issue we’re looking at hubs, their component parts, and respective advantages.
Tubeless bike tyres are hardly new but of late the concept has really gained momentum. Let’s take a look at the benefits and what’s involved in fitting tubeless road tyres.
You probably know this person; they’ve always got the bunch standing around waiting while they faff with their punctured tyre, loose bolt or whatever it may be this time. So here’s a comprehensive range of tips that could help you avoid being ‘that guy’.
The movement of disc brakes to standard equipment on road racing bikes creeps inexorably on. The mechanics and technology of discs may be foreign to many roadies who have used caliper brakes for their entire cycling life. So what does a move to discs mean for the bunch rider?
There's a new cycling trend rolling across the land. Wide rims have taken the MTB world by storm and are now rapidly gaining prominence in road cycling circles.
Being mechanically able to build a bike cockpit is one thing, knowing how to align all the parts for optimum function and comfortable control is quite another.
Foot Correction is the term I use to describe the process of ensuring that proprioceptive feedback from the feet is prioritised by the cerebellum for processing. Before continuing I had best explain what that means, as it has significant implications for cycling performance and injury reduction. Bear with me as the explanation is lengthy and I know that many readers who ‘just want to ride my bike’ may find it eye glazing. Persevere though, as it is necessary if you are to understand the importance of what follows for your performance.
There are very few real standards in cycling, and none that seem to persist for very long even once they are established. For example the manifold choices of bottom brackets; English and Italian but there are also the new ‘standards’, PF30, BB30, BB86, BB90, BB386EVO and others). With this proliferation of options it requires that whenever we talk about something on a bike, we should be clear as to what it is that we actually mean to avoid misunderstanding.