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Rohan Dennis wins stage one of the 2015 Tour de France (Watson)

Rohan Dennis wins Australian cyclist of the year award

Rohan Dennis was awarded the Sir Hubert Opperman Medal, recognising Australia’s best cyclist, at Cycling Australia’s 2015 awards night in Melbourne on Friday. The 25-year-old won a stage and the…

Richie Porte wins Paris-Nice 2013

The 2015 cycling season in review: March

Kuurne-Bruxells-Kuurne and Strade Bianche Mark Cavendish (Etixx-Quick Step) continued his early-season form with a sprint victory at Kuurne-Brusells-Kuurne beating Alexander Kristoff (Team Katusha) and Elia Viviani (Team Sky). Cav managed…

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Show us your Scars #22: Steve Lampier (video)

Cycling can be a dangerous sport. There’s something about hurtling across tarmac at 30mph on less than 10kg of carbon fibre and rubber that leads to a few accidents. Team…


Two months free Zwift for Strava Premium subscribers

Strava Premium subscribers will receive two months of free Zwift subscription every year, following a partnership agreement between the two companies. Zwift, the online multiplayer cycling training game designed to…

Bearings for tech question

Do you need ceramic bearings in your wheels?

We’ve all done it: been to the bike shop and spun the wheels to see which feels the fastest. Inevitably, discussion ensues as to which bearings the wheels have, and…

Amgen Tour of California, Stage 4

Tour of California sets tough route for 2016

The route for the 2016 Tour of California has been revealed, with the eleventh edition of the race starting in San Diego and travelling north across eight stages to the…


New £9m cycle route proposed for Edinburgh

A proposed £9m cycle route in Edinburgh, linking the east and west of the city, will be discussed at a council meeting on Tuesday, following a poll by Sustrans and…