Proviz have quickly become the specialists in light-emitting and reflective cycling kit have launched a brand new range for 2018, The Sportive Range.

One year on from the global launch of their popular P-Zero Velo range, Italian tyre company Pirelli have announced a new addition to the Velo family, the Tubeless ready Cinturato.

BZ Optics released their world first photochromic bi focal cycling sunglasses just over two years ago and are now close to releasing their next major product

Watch as Don Mitchell and Gary Hunt install Rotor's revolutionary UNO hydraulic groupset. A review will appear in the May /June edition of Bicycling Australia. Watch the video, read the article and have your say on this unique hydraulic offering.

Quarq have announced the release of an innovative new product that will help provide exact tyre pressure information

The new Torno crank has been designed by co-owner and 3T director Gerard Vroomen and combines the aerodynamic knowledge of 3T with the carbon engineering and production skills of 3T’s sister company THM.

Pro riders Silvan Dillier and Romain Bardet of AG2R La Mondiale give their impressions after riding CeramicSpeed bearings and over sized pulley wheels for the 2018 season to day.

‘Front and rear dash cams for your bike’ … That’s how Australian cycling safety innovators Cycliq describe the premise of their Fly12 and Fly 6 light / camera combo units - here we review the latest from Cycliq - the Fly6CE

We’ve recently been road-testing a pair of big, fat 32mm road tyres from Bontrager. R3 Hard-Case Lites, these tyres are available in 23, 25, 28 and 32mm widths and retail for an affordable $69.

So far as cycling shoes go, these are already all-time classics. Virtually from the moment of first release, the Bont Vaypor S redefined the standard. As we review Bont's Riot +, we present this article on the legendary Vapor S.

In this incredibly comprehensive Smart Trainer buyers guide, Michael Hanslip shares his thoughts on buying a new device and reviews a selection of the new internet enabled trainers.

Devils thorns, bindis, three cornered jacks … they are the scourge of many a cyclist. Here an old-school bike shop owner and mechanic shows how he deals with the problem.

'The sock makes the kit' ... or so it's been said. In this illuminative article on socks we speak with Dale Smith of Cycle Closet, valued supporting partner of our next Gran Fondo event the Noosa Classic.

With a reputation forged at the European Spring cobbled classics, Zipp's legendary 303 Firecrest wheels exude old-school hardman qualities while offering present-day design principles.

"For us integration with the shoe is the big thing,” he said. “We wanted to put a shoe together that really could become a part of the rider’s foot." - Steven Nemeth of Bont Cycling explaining the innovative new Helix.