National Road Series
Why Cycling Australia removed two events from the NRS calendar (and why it’s reviewing the series)
June 15, 2015
With the Subaru National Road Series (NRS) currently on a mid-season break, Cycling Australia last week announced the start of a “comprehensive review” of the series. In the same announcement the national body also revealed that two upcoming events — the Tour of the Murray River and the Tour of Gippsland — would be removed […]
Bridging the gap: Just how good is Australia’s National Road Series?
February 24, 2014
In a little more than a month the Men’s Subaru National Road Series (NRS) gets underway for 2014. The series will see Australia’s best domestic teams and riders compete in 11 races in seven states and territories around the country. And while the standard of the NRS has never been higher, how does it compare […]
Drapac to race NRS in 2014
February 14, 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling has been given a special dispensation for 2014 and will take part in the Subaru National Road Series (NRS) as part of their international racing calendar. The deal was put to the UCI by outgoing Cycling Australia commercial director Michael Edgley and has been confirmed by Oceania president Tracey Gaudry. “This year […]
The Andrew Christie-Johnston Story
January 30, 2014
In the second and final part of this story about Andrew Christie-Johnson and his development of the Praties/Genesys/Avanti cycling team, Jono Lovelock picks up the tale as AMP ends its sponsorship of the team in 2013, leaving Christie-Johnson and team co-owner Steve Price with a massive hole in their funding.
Miranda Griffiths’ Battle on the Border Power Analysis
May 13, 2013
The Battle on the Border was the second race in this year’s Subaru Women’s National Road Series and it was run and won earlier this month. Miranda Griffiths from Holden Women’s Cycling finished second overall and has been good enough to provide us with the power data from her victory on stage 1. We asked […]