Ill Haas revises Amstel goal, teams name leaders for race: Daily News Digest

by Shane Stokes

April 14, 2018

Ill Haas revises Amstel goal, withdraws from remaining Ardennes Classics; Mitchelton-Scott names three leaders for Amstel Gold Race; Nibali and Gasparotto spearhead Bahrain-Merida team in Amstel Gold Race; First mentor partnership announced by Cyclists’ Alliance; Handmade Bicycle Show Australia returns to Melbourne end of April; VeloClub prize pack up for grabs; New GravelNats added to Amy’s Gran Fondo weekend; Video: Mitchelton Scott’s Paris-Roubaix; Video: UCI Women’s WorldTour – What does it take to secure the leader’s jersey?; Video: Brokespoke Mountain – bikepacking bikehacking ride

Handmade Bicycle Show Australia returns to Melbourne end of April

by CyclingTips

After a short hiatus, the Handmade Bicycle Show Australia (HBSA) is back and will be held two weeks from now, on Friday 27th to Sunday 29th of April, at the Meat Market Melbourne. The show will be a showcase of over 20 exhibitors, including the makers of Gellie Custom, Baum, Kumo, Bastion, Llewellyn Custom Bicycles and more.

Adult entry is AU$25, with concessions at AU$12.50. See the event website for further details, including ticket purchasing.