Dave Tanner: Where will he go next?

By many accounts, one of Australia’s most under-rated professional cyclists is David Tanner. He wasn’t awarded the privilege to take a direct road to the World Tour, but did so with hard work and determination which has gone largely unnoticed by fans and media. It’s only a matter of time before Tanner snags a big […]


Darren Lapthorne’s new beginning

Back in 2007 Darren Lapthorne won the Australian national road race championships with a solo attack 14km from the finish. Seven years on, Lapthorne took to 2014 nationals road race at the head of a 13-strong Drapac squad that was desperate to start its first year as a reborn ProConti squad in style. We caught […]


Interview with Baden Cooke

Baden Cooke announced on Wednesday that he was calling an end to his cycling career. In a marketplace flooded with unemployed riders his parting from Orica-GreenEdge forced his hand as he now transitions towards a new career as a soon-to-be rider agent. Jono Lovelock caught up with Baden Cooke and filed this interview.


Interview with Tiffany Cromwell

Last weekend, Orica-AIS rider Tiffany Cromwell won the women’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in a two-up sprint against Rabobank’s Megan Guarnier. Last night, she sat down for a Skype interview with CyclingTips in which she spoke about her Het Nieuwsblad victory, the season ahead, running a marathon with only a month’s training, riding with Formula 1 […]


Interview With Pat McQuaid

GCN talks exclusively to UCI President Pat McQuaid in this multi-part interview. Here in part one, McQuaid answers questions on, what else? Doping…


Orica-GreenEdge 2013 Season Objectives

Up until now Orica-GreenEDGE fans have been blessed with as much behind-the-scenes footage as we can consume. Thanks to Dan Jones’ Backstage Pass we’ve gotten to know the riders and staff in a personal and fun way. In this short video, the Global Cycling Network has brought to us a more serious side of the […]


Leigh Howard: Turning Heads

It was only a few years ago when Leigh Howard was walloping the Australian domestic scene and I knew from racing against him that he was going places. In his past three years as a professional he’s had a steady progression as a sprinter and started off by beating some of the best. After winning […]


Tour Down Under Shoddy Interviews :: Philippe Gilbert

A quick word with Philippe Gilbert before he heads back home from the Tour Down Under.

Tour Down Under Shoddy Interviews :: Jens Voigt, Koen and Lloydie, Jens Mouris, and Julian Kern

In this Australia Day special, we talk to Jens Voigt about his favorite Aussie culinary delights, Koen and Lloydie talk about their “lone wolf” status in the peloton, Jens Mouris talks about his summer in Australia, and Julian Kern tells us how he landed on his face on the stage 2 descent.


TDU Shoddy Interviews :: Calvin Watson, Koen de Kort, Greg Henderson, Chris Juul Jensen and Philip Gilbert

Today at the Tour Down Under we spoke with Calvin Watson (UniSA) about what it’s like to step up to the World Tour level, Chris Juul Jensen chats about the inconvenient location of hot dogs and BBQ’s on the course, Koen de Kort gives us clues how they’ll break Greipel’s leadout train, a laugh with […]