The bike is finished in stylish ‘Rust Red’ – a deep red frame with black highlights and white decals.

Bicycling Australia: March / April Edition Out Now. Here’s What’s Inside

The March/April edition of Australia’s favourite cycling publication is out now and it’s packed! We are particularly proud of this edition of Bicycling Australia and we’d love you to grab a copy and join the bunch. You can subscribe to Bicycling Australia via following this link. 

Special features inside include- 

Luke Durbridge
Photographer & writer Zac Williams goes one-on-one with a good friend of his, the one and only Luke ‘Turbo Durbo’ Durbridge. Luke discusses training during the past 12 months, his up-coming classics campaign, and tells some awe-inspiring tales from the past. 
Classics Season 
Gran Fondos are back! After the cancellation of four fondos in 2020, Nicola Rutzou takes us on a trip to Mudgee, home of the Mudgee Classic that will be held in May.
Sun Safety
Peak summer is behind us but that’s no reason to not be serious about sun protection.
Atlas Dreaming
International travel is still off the agenda but there’s no harm in dreaming and planning future trips, is there? Here Marcus Leach takes us on the most amazing adventure through Morocco by bike.
Cycling Japan 
A look at the cycling options around Kansai in Japan, home of the 2022 World Masters Games.


Long Way To The Top
Build strength and improve your climbing skills and you’ll notice a huge improvement in most other aspects of your cycling. Here Steve Thomas offers some wise and pertinent tips on mastering long climbs. 
Knee Pain
It’s an ailment so many of us suffer from, and one of the most commonly reported issues in the sport. Here specialist bike fitter Neill Stanbury explains the most common causes of knee pain and tells us what we can do about it. Essential reading!
Emily Watts Interview 
We speak with PREPD ambassador and young pro rider Emily Watts. In this illuminating interview, Watts recounts her recovery from a terrible crash, and explains how she balances study with training.

Test Lab – We test and review the latest from –

Soomom Essentials Kit
We road test the ‘Essentials’ kit from a relatively new cycling apparel company, Soomom.
Schwalbe Aerothan
Peter Maniaty takes a close look and test rides some surprising new ultralight tubes from Schwalbe, the Aerothans. 
GoPro Hero9 Tested
GoPro action cameras have come a very long way over the past few decades. Here we go for a bike ride with the latest model, the Hero9 Black edition.
Finish Line Sealant Review
There’s a major point of difference with this tubeless sealant from Finish Line, as Peter Maniaty found out when he recently tested the product.
Rudy Project Eyewear
We take a ride with some impressive new photochromatic eyewear from long-established Rudy.
Eyropro Handlebars
Dr Michael Hanslip road tests these unique looking ergonomic handlebars from Aussie-based company Eyropro.
3T Exploro with Campagnolo’s 13speed Ekar
A completely new frame from 3T, this is the latest model Exploro. The test bike was fitted with Campagnolo’s new 13-speed groupset known as EKAR.
Pinarello Grevil Review
Marcus Leach takes a close look at this interesting gravel offering from Prinarello, the curvaceous ‘Grevil’.
2021 Orbea Orca
A pure road offering and sensational climbing bike, we ride the latest incarnation of Orbea’s flagship road model, the Orca.

Plus all our regular inclusions – 

 Publisher’s Note
 Top Gear
 The Big Picture
 Bunch Of Fives
Junior Correspondent 
Maizy Evans
Bang BANG with Lee Turner

Spin Cycle with Anthony Tan

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The bike is finished in stylish ‘Rust Red’ – a deep red frame with black highlights and white decals.

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The bike is finished in stylish ‘Rust Red’ – a deep red frame with black highlights and white decals.

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