Interview with Humphrey Cobbold, CEO of Wiggle

Over the past few years Wiggle has taken the worldwide bike industry by storm and has revolutionised the way we shop for our cycling gear. Humphrey Cobbold, the CEO of Wiggle took the time to speak to me last evening and share their story of humble beginnings, future ambitions and his views of the industry …


Daniel Teklehaimanot | Pride of Africa

I first spoke with GreenEDGE’s first signing Daniel Teklehaimanot at the Bay Crits in Melbourne a couple months ago. He speaks a little English, but first language is Tigrinya, so it wasn’t as detailed of a conversation as I had hoped. In this feature, European based cycling journalist Gregor Brown speaks to Daniel and various …


Strava – From the Beginning

Thoroughout the past two years I’ve been a keen Strava user and have been watching the company grow at a tremendous rate. I’ve always been interested about their backstory, their business model, and their way forward. Last week I spoke with Strava’s co-founder and CEO, Michael Horvath, to find out the answers to all these …


A Ride With Jez Hunt

“I’m not sure what you’re going to write about. I don’t really have anything interesting to say or any stories to tell”. This is how my four hour ride with Jeremy Hunt began just a short while ago while he was back in Melbourne for the off-season.


Interview With Der Kaiser

Well it hasn’t been a great week for cycling. This morning you might have read that Jan Ullrich has been banned for two years and stripped of his third-place finish in the 2005 Tour de France. He is banned from cycling until Aug. 21, 2013, and all his results from May 1, 2005, until his …


A Chat With Michael Matthews

Amongst all the recent doom and gloom in cycling I thought we’d focus today on young man with a bright future ahead. I’ve kept a keen eye on Michael Matthews ever since the 2007 Tour of Bright when a bunch of us A-graders were riding full-gas up Mt Hotham and he passed us like we …


Renshaw’s Transition Year

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Mark Renshaw. Not only for his talents on the bike that has brought us so many exciting moments, but he’s also an extremely nice and humble bloke. When I speak with him I can tell that he’s just as much of a fan of the sport …


Lewis Rattray – Australia’s Cyclocross Pioneer?

In case you missed it, last night the pinnacle of the UCI Cyclocross season was raced with the World Championships in Belgium. I understand that not many Australians follow this too closely, but to the Belgians this is basically their AFL Grand Finals. Can you imagine if there was a fresh young Belgian kicking around …


Where Are They Now – Micheal Wilson

“If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, or walk with kings – nor lose the common touch, if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, if all men count with you, but none too much; if you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds’ worth of distance run, yours is …


Bordeaux – Paris, When Distance Was King

I’ve always been intrigued by these old classic bike races that spanned hundreds of kilometers and the riders motorpaced behind Dernys. Nowadays you see these post-Tour Derny events such as the Antwerp Derny Criterium, but these are just showcase events which are nothing like they were back in the day.


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