Author: Iain Treloar

Iain joined CyclingTips in 2017 following several years as Editor at Ride On Magazine. Now working as Senior Editor, Iain has found a niche writing long-form features, annoying dictators, reporting from races including the Tour de France, dabbling in tech, and generally making a pest of himself. He likes gravel and solitude, and is based in Melbourne, Australia.

Latest News

Nairo Quintana, as a chameleon, appears on Colombian reality TV

The Vuelta and Giro champion was first to be voted off / is living his best life.

Meet Jack, a crowdfunded universal-fit front rack

Handlebar-mounted, built for all bikes, and blowing up on Kickstarter.

The mudless mystery of Mathieu van der Poel's shoes

How were Van der Poel's feet so very clean, when he was so very not?

Gallery: André Greipel, gentle giant of the sprints

After 158 wins and 19 years, André Greipel has called it a day.

Gallery: The grit and glory of Paris-Roubaix Femmes

Happy stories and sad stories. Dreams realised and dreams dashed. Life in microcosm.

Oleg Tinkov pleads guilty to vast tax fraud

The colourful Team Tinkoff owner confessed to concealing more than US$1 billion in assets.

The 2022 Jayco Herald Sun Tour has been cancelled

The Australian Summer of Cycling is getting thinner by the day.

Tour Down Under and Cadel's Road Race scrapped for 2022

Australia's two WorldTour races have been cancelled for a second year running.

The cobbles of Paris-Roubaix are waiting

The course has been inspected, and a wet weather forecast is in.

Alaphilippe, alone: A World Champion's second coming

From the lens of Kristof Ramon, a study of the men's road race and Julian Alaphilippe in flight.

Gallery: The long legacy of Tony Martin

The quadruple Individual Time Trial World Champion bowed out on top, after a long, lustrous career.

Chrome and Panaracer team up for urban cycling shoe range

Pedal-friendly shoes that don't scream 'cyclist'.

The richest crit in US history is coming to Sacramento this October

L39ION's Justin Williams is behind the event, which will have a $100k prize purse split equally between men and women.  

Vinokourov's return to Astana was 'forced' by Kazakhstan’s Prime Minister

The inside story of the struggle for control at Astana Premier Tech.

The anticlimactic tale of the car in the ditch

"A series of unfortunate events," apparently.

The heartwarming story behind Jumbo-Visma’s 12-year-old ‘recruit’

A breakaway, a bottle, and a moment to remember.

Restrap Small Frame Bag review: Little volume, big success

A compact frame bag that doesn't hamper drink bottle access, and doesn't rub on your knees.

Palace and Cannondale team up to create the Mad Boy urban bike

The Bad Boy has become a Mad Boy, thanks to some skate culture influence.

Paralympic tricyclists deliver the feel-good moment of the Games

Stuart Jones slowed to cheer a fellow competitor toward the line.

Panaracer Gravel King SS and SS+ tyre review: Playing fast and loose

The perfect middle-ground between a slick and a knobby, or something else entirely?