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Iconic International Standard Mountain Bike Park for NSW

That’s the opportunity that sits before us. The NSW Government Planning and Environment office are conducting an online survey, which is open until 7 December 2014 ( to gather community input on a broad range of growth and development needs across the Illawarra.

21st November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

Rocky Trail Rollercoaster #3 – Ourimbah

There’s lots of talk about ‘enduro’ these days with ‘enduro’ specific this and that being pushed by bike companies, but what’s it all about? We travelled up to Ourimbah last weekend to get our #enduro on and find out. 

21st November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

Snowies Mountain Bike Festival 2015

A NEW Stage Race is set to rock the world of Mountain Biking in Australia & Internationally. 

Staged in one of Australia’s most iconic and spectacular locations, the Inaugural “Snowies Mountain Bike Festival” is set to launch in February, 2015.

20th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

Courtney Field’s Junior World Championships Experience 2014

My name is Courtney Field, I’m 17 years old and I just came back from the 2014 UCI Junior Track World Championships in Korea. Luckily enough I got picked for the Australian team after my successful nationals in Adelaide. After that a lot of hard work had to come, having 6 months to prepare for the world championships.

19th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

Sydney to the Gong 2014 Raises Three Million for MS

The first Tuesday in November is famous for being Melbourne Cup day, but the first Sunday in November is equally famous in cycling circles for being Sydney to the Gong day.

19th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

NRS Team Profile: Team Scody Downunder

When you compare its budget, staff and roster against some of the other National Road Series competitors, Team Scody Downunder might have the appearance of being on the smaller side; but when it comes to looking at outside the square, the Gold Coast based team is ‘big picture’ all the way. 

8th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

A Separation of Powers?

When the issue of cycling safety finally made it into mainstream debate on national television, the seemingly erudite panel declared: ‘Separate cyclists from cars – problem solved, job done’. If only it were so simple, writes Anthony Tan.

7th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

The Mont Reloaded

After the mega-washout disappointment of March this year, The Mont 24hr 2014 edition finally came to pass in the fabulous surrounds of East Kowen forest on the weekend of 25 to 26 October. It was a far cry from the first attempt with rivers of water coursing through the tracks and event central.  The countryside was still looking fresh and green but out on the course, the order of the day was to be dry and dusty!

6th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

4iiii Reviiiiew

Wearable technologies are fast becoming the latest must-have gadgets, so I was quite intrigued when the chance came to try out the 4iiii training system for myself. Whilst perhaps not as sophisticated as some of the ‘heads up’ systems and prototypes I’d heard about, 4iiii still boasts plenty of features that, in the right circumstances, are no doubt pretty handy for many of us road warriors. 

6th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »

Better by Lezyne

As the Lezyne brand heads into its eighth year of trading, the company is flying high. We dropped in to their Taiwanese base to chat to the man behind the brand.

5th November 2014 · Leave a Comment · More »