Special World Championships Edition Of Bicycling Australia Out Now

With the Wollongong World Championships now upon us the timing couldn’t be better! The latest edition of Bicycling Australia Magazine is out now with #237 of the nation’s favourite cycling publication packed with quality content.

Wout van Aert is on the cover and inside the September / October edition there’s key World Champs articles and information from local riders and those in the know.

Inside you’ll find –

World Championships Preview

Veteran cycling journalist Anthony Tan takes a close look at the men’s and women’s World Championships courses + offers his tips on the top riders to watch.

The latest edition features Anthony tan’s guide to the 2022 World Championships in Wollongong.

Local’s Guide To Wollongong

Long time BA contributor Luke Meers is not only a gun cyclist but also a proud Wollongong local. Here he offers his tips on the best places to ride & meet for coffee + eat and drink plus road & TT race vantage points.

BA writer & Wollongong local Luke Meers has penned this timely piece on where to watch, where to ride and what else there is to do.

10 More of Australia’s Best Rides

In Peter Maniaty’s popular ongoing series he takes a look at ten more of Aussie cyclists favourite rides. This edition includes Tassie, WA and QLD!

Bormio Dreaming

Been itching to head back overseas and ride the climbs we drooled over during the Giro & Tour? Here Marcus Leach takes us on a dream trip to the Bormio region in Italy.

Minimising Aerodynamic Drag

For those interested in the technical side of the sport, this feature is sensational reading. Dr Matt Glanville offers fascinating insights into how aerodynamics affects all riders and tells how you can become more efficient.

There’s a huge variety of content in the latest edition of Bicycling Australia – edition #237 will be out soon.

MET Helmet Tested

MET have very recently launched the MIPS equipped Vinci helmet and here Peter Maniaty puts one on, goes riding, and offers a comprehensive report.

KOO Supernova Sunglasses

Weighing just 21 grams, we road test these slick, stylish and ultralight Italian sunglasses from KOO.

New Vittoria Tyres

Italian tyre company Vittoria have very recently launched new high performance tyres known as Corsa N.EXT. Here we put a pair to the test and deliver the verdict.

Steadyrack Review

You can read our review of the Aussie-designed Steadyrack in the latest edition.

An Aussie invention, we hang a Steadyrack to the wall, lift a road bike into the cradle, and offer thoughts on this simple but versatile storage solution.

Rhino Bike Carrier Tested

Safely & securely transporting a bike on the roof of the car is an absolutely necessity for many Aussie cycling enthusiasts. Here Harry Kooros offers his thoughts on Rhino’s Hybrid Roof Carrier.

Fizik Tempo Shoes

Simply stunning in their white finish, these shoes are popular among pro riders and now they can be yours. We road test the Fizik Tempo Decos Carbon cycling shoes.

Fiber Grip Test

Anyone who has experienced a slipping carbon seatpost will love this product – here Steve Thomas takes a close look at Fiber Grip from Finish Line.

Latest Trek Madone 

Without a doubt the most radical new release of 2022, Peter Maniaty takes a close look at the latest Madone from Trek.

Peter Maniaty showcases the latest Madone form Trek.

Scott Spark RC Tested

A cross country MTB in a road cycling mag? Yes! Many readers have been asking for XC content so here goes – we test ride the most newsworthy XC MTB release of 2022.

Electric Dreams

The urban e-bike sector is one of the fastest growing areas of cycling. Here Anthony Tan shows us over his pride and joy, a very practical urban transport solution.

10 Things I Love About Cycling

Lee ‘Hollywood’ Turner recently wrote about aspects of our sport that p*** him off. Here he adopts a more positive tone and tells us what he loves about the sport.

And a whole lot more! 

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