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How to do a track stand (with Andy White of FYXO)

It’s one of those skills that separates newer cyclists from those that have been riding for years: the humble track stand. The ability to maintain your balance while stationary, your feet clipped into the pedals, doesn’t just look impressive, it’s also extremely practical. No more unclipping at traffic lights, only to have to clip back […]


Debunking ‘The Rules’: What do the pros think of saddebags and frame pumps?

We’re all at different stages in our cycling journey but most of us follow the same path. We were all ‘hubbards’ to start with, and when we come out the other side and stop caring what people think, we’re ‘hubbards’ again. Personally I’m quite happy being a hubbard all the way through. But as with […]


Behind the stripes: An inside look at Fabian Cancellara and Trek’s training camp

Eurosport was the fly-on-the-wall during Trek-Segafredo’s training camp at the end of last season and created ‘Behind The Stripes’ part of their acclaimed Sports Insiders series. This 30-minute documentary, filmed in Spain’s Costa Blanca in December 2015, features an intimate and candid look at team meetings, interviews, on-board footage, and much more.


Live stream: Women’s UCI World Cyclocross Championships

Watch with us live as the world’s best cyclocross riders will return to familiar Circuit Zolder course in Belgium tomorrow for the pinnacle event of the season: the 2016 UCI World Cyclocross Championships. With exiting world champion Pauline Ferrand-Prevot and former multi-world champion Marianne Vos out due to injury, this will be the first time […]

Highlights from stage 2 of the 2016 Santos Down Under

Twenty-three-year-old Queenslander Jay McCarthy (Tinkoff) took the biggest win of his young career on stage 2 of the 2016 Tour Down Under when he outsprinted Diego Ulissi (Lampre-Merida) into Stirling. For several years now McCarthy has been showing his potential but this victory is sure to bring him to greater prominence in the world of […]

Lance Armstrong interviewed by Joe Rogan

Armstrong appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” in a refreshingly honest conversation about the story we’ve all heard before.


The Giro della Donna – this is why we ride

On November 22, 2015, passionate cyclists from all over Australia and beyond joined us in the inaugural Giro della Donna. It wasn’t a race, it wasn’t a gran fondo – it was a celebration of cycling around one of the most spectacular and challenging loops in Australia. I think it’s safe to say that the […]


How to wear a cycling cap? Team Giant Alpecin shows you…

How to wear a cycling cap? Listen to team Giant-Alpecin riders Luka Mezgec, John Degenkolb and Warren Barguil on the secrets and traditions of wearing the cycling cap. This simple garment, beautifully marrying form and function, has never gone out of style. Cap, biretta, petje, casquette…whatever you want to call it, there’s many ways to […]


Highlights from the inaugural Peaks Challenge Cradle Mountain

Bicycle Network’s Peaks Challenge series began in 2010 with the 3 Peaks Challenge in Victoria. Five years later, 3 Peaks has become Peaks Challenge Falls Creek, and two further events have been added to the series: Peaks Challenge Gold Coast, held back in August, and Peaks Challenge Cradle Mountain, held earlier this month. So, how […]


Who is the worst roommate in the professional peloton?

The inside of a hotel room is a sanctuary for professional cyclists. It’s a team HQ that changes daily, a place where they can get away from the throb of a race, and a place where recovery and entertainment takes place. It’s also a place where riders need to get on with one another as, […]