The final TT is done and now a horrendous three days in the Alps looms. Here are our predictions for the podium and the jerseys in Paris.
When traveling to a new city, should you check out a metro bike or rent from a bike shop?
Cycling is a collection of vastly different people all participating in a similar activity. Here we look at the road riding cyclists in particular.
New to cycling? Ask these questions at your local bike shop to ensure you get the bike you really want!
So what exactly is a Gravel Grinder? Interested, but not sure where to start? Get the low-down in the first of our four part series of articles abo...
Climbs are part of the legend of the Tour. We take a look at the KOM classification and some of the Tour's iconic mountain passes.
A new wheel size is starting to hit the MTB market. Is it just marketing and hype? What are the advantages of a 27.5" wheel?
Drugs, doping and performance enhancers have a history as long as the Tour's 100 years. Here's a look at the past and what it means for riders aimi...
Where will you watch this year’s Tour de France? If you’re stuck stateside in the USA, here are a few places to enjoy the Tour with like-minded, en...
The Tour de France is the biggest annual sporting event on the planet. Check out some interesting facts about this iconic race.
In the market for a general purpose city bike? The flat bar is one of the most versatile bicycles available.
An MTB enduro or 24 hour is probably the most fun to be had on a bike with mates. Here's how to choose them!
The Critérium du Dauphiné, raced in the French Alps, is an important warm-up for the Tour. Here are some bikes.
Gran fondo, charity ride, mass participation event...whatever it's called you will need to prepare. Here are 5 simple tips to be on top of your game.
What are the ingredients that make your LBS stand apart?
An interview with Reid Anderton on his record breaking 14,178km ride around Australia.
An easy guide to understanding mountain bike categories, suspension travel and purpose.
Bicycle computers have come a long way. Armed with GPS, HRM and cadence, they are a cyclist's best friend.
Let's check out some of the equipment designed for the year's toughest one-day spectacle.
Confused about hybrids, flat bar road and road bikes..? So was my partner. I hope this helps.