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Where Are They Now? Cadel Evans, Australian cycling icon, 2011 TDF winner

He's arguably Australia's greatest-ever cyclist, with wins at the Tour and Road Worlds among many others. Here's what he's up to these days.

CyclingTips Podcast: How will the WorldTour Relegation system impact racing?

Plus an exclusive conversation with Cadel Evans.

What happened to the Cannondale CAAD11?

Why did Cannondale skip from CAAD10 to CAAD12, and what do Spinal Tap and Australia's most beloved road cyclist have to do with it?

These are the moments that defined cycling in the 2010s

In a couple of weeks it’s not just a year that’ll come to an end, but an entire decade. And whilst we’ve catalogued the products and cont...

Cycling is about to get more affordable for some: Australia’s first Ride to Work Scheme launched

This morning Australian Tour De France winner Cadel Evans and Swisse Wellness Managing Director Oliver Horn announced Australia and New Z...

Who is Australia's greatest ever Tour de France rider?

Sick of the Chris Froome saga? Tired of the negativity surrounding pro cycling and the Tour de France? In the following article Craig Fry...

Giro's Israeli logistics; Landis talks CBD: Daily News Digest

Wait. This looks different. Indeed it does. But don't be afraid. This is the first edition of our more compact, more digestible Daily New...

CyclingTips Podcast, Episode 36: Superstition and rider rituals at the Tour de France

Chaotic, risky and over a century old; it’s probably not surprising that superstition and ritual play a part in both professional cycling...

What I’ve learned: Cadel Evans

Cadel Evans is arguably the best, and most versatile, Australian cyclist of all time. He started out as a mountain-bike racer, winning th...

First-look review: Third-generation BMC Teammachine SLR01

When you're invited to a bike launch and the itinerary features the same roads as stage 17 of the 2017 Tour de France, you tend to get a ...

CyclingTips Podcast, Episode 4: On road disc brakes and the needs of amateur vs. pro cyclists

Few equipment issues are more contentious in road cycling right now than disc brakes. Should they be legal or shouldn’t they? Are they as...

Disc brake trial stalls under continued rider objections

CyclingTips learned in May that the short-lived disc brake trial period for elite-level racing was to be provisionally reinstated this mo...

Visiting the home of Canyon bikes in Koblenz, Germany

On a recent trip to Germany for the annual cycling Disneyland that is Eurobike, we took a detour to the town of Koblenz, sitting on the b...

Photo gallery: the long and distinguished career of Cadel Evans

As he crossed the finish line in Geelong on Sunday, in the inaugural race named in his honour, Cadel Evans called time on a professional ...

Gianni Meersman wins the inaugural Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

Gianni Meersman (Etixx-Quick-Step) has won the inaugural Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road race, sprinting to victory in Geelong at the head o...

Preview: Elite men's road race at the Australian National Road Championships

The Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships are well underway in Victoria with the criterium and time trials titles having bee...

Australian Road Nationals: A fitting end if Cadel Evans wins?

There's been a lot of talk of the favourites going into the elite men's road race at this week's Australian Road National Championships. ...

The Week in Bike #41: The Lennie Briscoe Look

If you've never seen Law & Order, you're missing out on Lennie Briscoe, fictional NYC detective and apparent Cadel Evans fashion insp...

Evans confirms retirement plans: ‘It’s the right time to end my journey’

Former Tour de France and world road race championship winner Cadel Evans has confirmed reports that he is bringing his career to a close...

Report: Evans to retire after Santos Tour Down Under and Great Ocean Road Race

The will he-won’t he question about Cadel Evans’ future and possible retirement appears to be heading in the direction of the Australian ...

Froome says red jersey could take time to come, Contador downplays importance of stage nine finish

Two of the Vuelta a España’s two big pre-race favourites, Chris Froome and Alberto Contador, have both suggested that today’s big summit ...