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Team Jumbo-Visma will partner with Cervelo from 2021, the team switching to the Canadian bike company after 7 years with Bianchi. In other major news Jumbo-Visma have announced they will have a top-level women’s team from January, and led by none other than Marianne Vos.
The team we know as Mitchelton-Scott will change names from 2021 with GreenEDGE Cycling signing a partnership agreement with Bianchi.
Sadly COVID-19 put a stop to this year's Bowral Classic, a major cycling event that would've been the 5th for the region. But many keen riders still rode the course in magnificent conditions on Sunday as photographer Greg McCarthy documented.
With a large contingent of Aussie companies represented here, there is gear from BZ Optics Eyewear, Scicon, Eyropro Handlebars, Lead Out Sports, Pedal Plates, Bont Cycling, Casual Black, Velo Mats, SCV Imports and more.
A lightweight climbing bike, the new Emonda is super fast both up and down hill. Here we review the latest from Trek.
Slotting in between their Silex gravel / adventure bike, the Mission CX platform and the Scultura and Reacto pure road offerings, the Scultura Endurance is based upon completely new geometry.
This bike, a Belgie V3, is a high-performance machine in an elegant modern package that will stay with you through the decades.
No stranger to ultra-endurance cycling, journalist Rupert Guinness offers an insight into his latest remarkable feat: riding across America without leaving Australia.
Aussie sprint sensation Chloe Hosking is among three new riders to have signed with Trek-segafredo for 2021, the powerful pro signing a two-year contract.
Canyon have launched an updated version of their premium aero road offering, the Aeroad.
The gravel market is evolving and the 2021 Specialized Diverge firmly, boldly and confidently shows what this evolution looks like.
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.
Could just an hour a week of body weight strength training transform your riding? Sarah Hunter thinks so and explains it here.
As a coach for FTP Training Sarah Hunter is often asked ‘should I buy a power meter’? The answer, as with most training related questions is never clear cut, so she says ‘it depends’.
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.
Pills, potions and tinctures: the world of sports supplements is a complex one. David O'Reilly busts some myths.
Victorian-based Bicycling Australia contributor Coco Henry was so impressed by a recent trip to the Mornington Peninsula she’s tempted to move there! Here Coco explains why.
You’re in great shape. Your bike is ready. Your itinerary is sorted. But without the right travel insurance, the two-wheeled adventure of your dreams could quickly turn into a nightmare, as Peter Maniaty (no stranger to overseas bike accidents himself) explores.
Cobbles. The mere thought of them conjures up excitement, anticipation, sweaty palms and dreams of adventure. Flanders is the home of cobbles so that's where we reviewed the latest Roubaix from Specialized.
Norco have been adopting a slow and steady approach in the e-MTB department and it’s paid off as Justin Walker found out.