Bikes

During 2019 Cervelo announced a significant upgrade of their S3 model, and this one’s an absolute sleeper.

'Old School rider meets new school technology'. That's how 5-time Tour de France participant and Aussie cycling legend Patrick Jonker refers to his time testing the Cervelo R3 Disc.

Bianchi’s Aria has new beefed up tubes and the addition of disc brakes. It still looks to be an aero-optimised frame so we were keen to see how it rides. Gary Hunt reports.

Basso bikes have a relatively low profile here in Australia, though the brand has four decades behind it and considerable acclaim in Europe. We have been riding their new Diamante SV Disc for this review.

Orbea have updated their popular Orca Aero model for 2020 with new technology, a new look and new features.

Specialized have long dominated the e-MTB market and now they are set to alter the playing field with the release of the all-new Turbo Creo SL Road Platform.

Gid Mason of Fleche Cycle Repairs near Sydney is not only an absolute perfectionist of a bike mechanic but also the proud custodian of several stunning collectables.

Rather than road test a stock standard Bianchi Oltre XR3 Disc, Bicycling Australia Editor Nat Bromhead purchased a new Bianchi XR3 and went about 'up-speccing' the bike and adding some Italian flair.

BMC have announced the introduction of the new, re-imagined Roadmachine for 2010.

Bicycling Australia have recently been testing the first purist road bike from US-based company Ventum - a brand better known in Ironman and Triathlon circles for the radical frame design in their One and Z models.

'Smoother is Faster' More than a three-word slogan, that's how Specialized are summarizing the latest incarnation of their successful Roubaix that's been launched today, just in time for this weekend's biggest 1-day race of the year - the Hell of the North.

Commute, bunchie, gravel, singletrack, bikepacking: could the Bossi Grit Ti be the one bike to rule them all? Kevin Eddy and Nat Bromhead put the first of these bikes to roll off the production line through its paces.

Trek have released details and images of their e-road bike for 2019, the Domane +.

There's no doubting the allure of shiny metal objects, and Luke Meers has been plumbing the depths of his attraction to Bossi's latest titanium framed rig, the Fabrica Ti.

Orbea have released details of their top aero offering, the Orca, featuring SRAM's new AXS groupset.

'Superb attention to detail - the test bike had a stunning anthracite black and sliver satin finish. From the bold & bulbous head tube right down to the subtle finishing touches such as Belgian flag along with tri-colours of the TDF, Giro & Vuelta, this bike is a purist’s dream'