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The golden rules of crit racing

Criteriums. They're a staple of the local racing scene in Australia, the U.S., the UK and in many other places around the world. These fr...

11 days of racing: how to endure, recover and stay safe

I’ve just finished up racing Tulsa Tough and now I’m in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to race Tour of America’s Dairylands (TOAD). TOAD is famous...

An Aussie in America: reporting from Tulsa Tough

At the moment in Australia, it's the National Road Series mid-season break and I had essentially no races scheduled for two months. So so...

How to become a better criterium racer

We're working with Deep Dig Coaching to provide you with twice-monthly training articles. In the meantime, we invite you to revisit popul...

Purpose-Built Crit Course In Melbourne?

Here in Melbourne we're very fortunate that we have some strong clubs who have secured weekly criterium circuits for us to enjoy over the...

Positioning Yourself In The Peloton

In the fluid motion of the peloton there's one golden rule: if you're not moving forwards, you're moving backwards. This goes for any big...

Noosa Grand Prix

Images courtesy of pelotonImages.com except where noted On Saturday evening was the annual Noosa Grand Prix. The massive 7500 competitor ...

Kingdom of the Kermesse

  The older we get, the better we were. Nearly every guy I know who races in Australia has done a season or two in the Belgian kerme...

SKCC Albert Park GP

Photos by James Broadway. Love your work James! This past weekend St. Kilda Cycling Club (SKCC) hosted the first annual Albert Park Grand...

What's Best For The Jersey?

I raced the National Criterium Championships last night.  It was a nice change from the Bay Crits as there was lots of room to move throu...

Attack On The Lull

image from www.cyclingweekly.co.uk Have you ever noticed the times in a bike race when someone attacks and everyone hesitates expecting e...

High Speed Cornering Tips

photo by Veeral Patel Crowie has some invaluable tips stored away from his lifelong experience as a pro cyclist.  Most pro's don't know h...

Cornering Tips

Spring is now in full swing here in Australia and the first of the crits signify the start of it.  Crit season also means getting accusto...

Top 10 Attacking Mistakes

Spring is well underway here in Australia and criterium season is right around the corner.  While the rest of the world is starting to th...

The Final Corner

Aussie Ben Kirstin comes first at the US Crit Championships.  Photo courtesy of Velonews - Casey B. Gibson I've said it before and I'll s...

Philip Island Grand Prix Helmet Cam

This past weekend Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club (CCCC) hosted the Philip Island Grand Prix road race. As usual they did an outstanding ...

Theo Bos To Switch Sports?

You may not have seen this yet.  This is the crash that everybody's been talking about in the final stage of the Presidential Tour of Tur...

Common Sprinting Mistakes

People who know me will think that this is some kind of a joke that I'm giving tips on sprinting.  Hincapie has a better chance at winnin...

SKCC Club Champs

St Kilda Cycling Club put on their yearly criterium club championship today.  As always it was a great event. A big thank you goes out to...

Bridging The Gap

It seems that lately I've been writing about everything else under the sun except for the cycling tips that I've mandated to myself.   Wh...

In The Thick Of Things

I thought it would be cool to wear a helmet cam to record one of the fastest and most aggressive criteriums in the world.   Carnegie Caul...