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The July/ August edition of Bicycling Australia is out now. Packed with essential reading, inside you will find the following special features

Long-time Mitchelton-Scott General Manager Shayne Bannan will leave the team in the wake of the failed sponsorship takeover by Spanish group the Manuela Fundación.

Zwift have announced a virtual Tour De France and the introduction of two new 'worlds' to the training platform, Paris and France.

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.

Cold where you are? Yes the days are shorter and temperatures have dropped this week. It's not all bad news, follow these 5 tips and you may come out of winter a stronger rider than ever

Keen to come out of winter an even stronger rider? Bicycling Australia are thrilled to announce a partnership with the training professionals at Spokes Fit to present a free 4-week training plan.

Faster & Fitter at 50? Karen Forman asks the question Is it possible to ride faster once you hit the half century? Or, even take up the sport when you reach the big five-zero?

Turtur’s final race day in charge was Sunday January 26, Australia Day, which was entirely fitting, for surely few recent figures have been more influential in shaping Australia’s place on the world cycling stage than the proud South Australian.

Back for its fifth year and promising to be bigger, bolder and better than ever, the 2020 Bowral Classic will take place on Sunday 18 October.

Trek have released an all new Émonda, to the market, an update to their top-level lightweight climbing bike.

Nat Bromhead picked up a new Focus Paralane in Adelaide for review, and immediately felt the urge to get away from it all to do some adventure riding in the outback.

Nero Continental maybe Australia’s newest UCI Continental team, but they still had high hopes for what they could be achieved in their first year on the tour. So when the small issue of a global pandemic hit, those hopes turned into a waiting game with some very new realities.

When it comes to commuter cycling – getting people out of cars and onto bikes – the mandatory helmet law debate is alive and well.

An Icon of 1980s cycling was France's Vitus 979 frame which exemplified many of the innovations of the decade which it outlasted to become one of the most successful racing bicycles ever.

16yo junior correspondent Maizy Evans is an accomplished rider in her own right – here she discusses two cyclists who inspire her to do better each and every day.

Recent data shows that Aussies are jumping on their bikes like never before. Sunny weather, coronavirus restrictions and a few public holidays have culminated in average cycling volumes tripling in some suburbs compared to the same period last year.