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‘Screw the naysayers’: Chloe Hosking ready to make an impact at Worlds

It’s the eve before the 2017 UCI Road World Championships road race and Chloe Hosking is keeping an eye on the TV screen in the hotel lob...

Then there were seven: Australia adds Hosking and Neylan to Road Worlds team

Successful appeals by Chloe Hosking and Rachel Neylan have led to Cycling Australia reversing its unpopular decision to leave two women’s...

Cycling Australia selectors told to reconsider women’s Road Worlds team

Cycling Australia has been told by an independent Selection Review Panel to reconsider its selections for the women's 2017 Road World Cha...

After failed appeal, Australian women's road cycling team for Rio finalised

The wait is over. Cycling Australia today announced its final roster for the Olympic Games in Rio next month, revealing its women's road ...

Photo gallery: 2016 women's Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

GEELONG, Australia (CT) — It came down to a battle of two teams at the women's Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, with Orica-AIS finishin...

Amanda Spratt finishes dream Australian run with victory at the women's Cadel Evans Race

GEELONG, Australia (CT) — Amanda Spratt took out the women's Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race with a solo run to the line on Saturday, f...

Photo gallery: women's road race at the 2016 Australian Road Nationals

The women’s road race at the 2016 Mars Cycling Australia National Road Championships was always going to be a hard fought battle as with ...

Amanda Spratt wins Australian national road race title, brings the jersey back to Orica-AIS

BUNINYONG, Australia (CT) – Amanda Spratt (Orica-AIS) outsprinted breakaway companion Ruth Corset (Rush Women's Team) to win the road rac...

Ella Picks: how do we get more women on (mountain) bikes; Afghan women's cycling team up for humanitarian award; new women's WorldTour team and more

In this week's internet roundup, we explore what it takes to get more women on mountain bikes. We also want you to meet National Geograph...

VIDEO: Subaru High5 Australian National team at Trophée d'Or

The third video produced by Mr.Challenge Films on the Subaru High5 Australian National Team takes viewers behind-the-scenes at Trophee d'...

Australian National Team results at Trophee d'Or play integral part of Australia's success in Europe in 2015

Australia’s female road cyclists have been making their mark all over Europe this year, chalking up an impressive 16 international victor...

Rachel Neylan plays cards to perfection to win Cadel Road Race

Rachel Neylan soloed to victory at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. The 32-year-old launched two decisive attacks on the finish cir...

Photo Gallery: 2015 Australian National Road Championships - women's road race

The Australian summer of racing continued with the Mars Cycling Australia National Road Championships. Kimberley Wells (ACTAS) took out t...

Peta Mullens bests Rachel Neylan in two-up sprint for nationals road race gold

Victorian Peta Mullens (SRAM) won a two-up sprint against Rachel Neylan to take her first elite national road title, continuing the fine ...

FutuRide - Changing Mindsets Towards Sustainable Practices

Almost everyone comes to read this blog is a cyclist of some sort. Whether you ride for recreation or if you integrate cycling into your ...

2011 Amy's Gran Fondo

Amy's Gran Fondo Results 16-29 Yrs Female Rachel Neylan Nicole Justice Delphine Astier 16-29 Yrs Male Joel Pearson Matt Panopoulos Rhys G...

Aussie Women's Cycling - Progress in the Wings

Photo by Veeral Patel - O'nev Rachel Neylan is relatively new to professional cycling but is one of the most active women I know in the p...

Passion, Performance and Powermeters

Australian cyclists have had a massive amount of success recently.  Of course we can all give our opinions for the reasons behind this, b...

Aussie PRO Cyclists Set to Take on The Tour This Week...

For a long time now I've felt like I've neglected to give women's cycling much attention.  However, I can't really say that I know a grea...