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Melbourne based Bastion Cycles say they are working with the Australian Olympic Team to understand the cause behind the failure of one of its handlebar units

Already planning for 2021 to be his final racing season, De Kort lost three fingers and part of his right hand in the farm accident at home in Andorra.

CHAPTER 2 bikes have announced the introduction of the TOA to its range of performance framesets, the new bike sitting alongside the award-winning TERE.

Rohan Dennis, the World TT Champion in 2019 and 2020, finished an impressive 3rd to medal at the games.

Posting a time of just over 30 minutes, van Vleuten averaged close to 44kp/h over the tough 22km course that concluded on the Mt Fuji Speedway.

Do we have a noise problem or is this elaborate sign an over reaction? We are keen to hear your thoughts about bunch ride noise. Have your say in the comments section below the article!

PRO have released a futuristic new handlebar and stem system, the futuristic looking VIBE Evo.

Remaining off the front since an early break, Keisenhofer was up to 10 minutes ahead before eventually crossing the line 2 minutes ahead of the peloton. Problem was, other riders didn’t know she was there …

Carapaz lived up to his nickname of ‘The Locomotive’ for the stunning win, only the second Gold medal for an Ecuadorian at any Olympics.

Bike ReviewsRead all

“The point is, a new bike – and that’s just the frame in most cases – can set you back $5,000 to $7,000, if you’re looking for something with the best specs…”

Marcus Leach gets gritty with a unique offering from Italian marque Pinarello, the gravel-specific Grevil.

We ride and review a Shimano Ultegra-equipped custom MyO version of the latest Orbea Orca.

TrainingRead all

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.

First spied at Eurobike 2019 and later at last year’s Bowral Classic, the release of the Volt smart trainer from Aussie-based JetBlack Cycling has been a little like a drawn-out drumroll.

Sarah Hunter takes an in-depth look at all aspects of indoor training and answers the 5 most common questions on setting up to ride inside.

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The focus of this article is the all-important question we as cyclists need answered: “will eating plants help me ride faster?”.

The hydration and nutrition world is overflowing, with pro & amateur riders spoiled for choice. High 5 was one of the pioneers and remains an industry leader to this day, as we discover here.

How much you need to eat and drink during a 100+KM ride depends on you body mass and event duration as David O'Reilly explains.

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It’s home to some of Australia’s most accomplished pros and the jewel in the National Road Series crown. But the Apple Isle still offers considerable riches for riders of more modest abilities, as Peter Maniaty recently discovered.

Pro rider Ayden Toovey describes the Bylong Valley Way / Growee Gulph climb near Mudgee in New South Wales

If there’s one positive from the lack of overseas travel it’s the renewed focus on Australia’s many fine destinations. This is part one of a two-part series where we ask three of our writers their favourite Aussie climbs.