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After 13 years the Highland Fling is pulling up stumps but the 2017 edition is set to be a very worthwile Fling!

MTBA appoints a trail building company to plan the way forward in the development of mountain biking opportunities in Queensland.

MTBA has released their rider selections for the 2017 UCI MTB World Championships, due to take place in Cairns this September.

Tassie and Roturua off the 2018 Endurance World Series calendar.

Event wrap for round #4 of the Shimano MTB Grand Prix Series in Singleton NSW where the junior teams dominated!

Check out what's in the latest issue of Mountain Biking Australia magazine...

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Having trouble with your suspension settings? This incredibly clever tool and app combo could help you – for a price.

So what's it like to slow down with Aaron Gwin's brakes? We decided to find out...

A longstanding Crank Brothers model cops a host of new features...

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Back to Basics; you may be able to get your wheels off the ground but are you doing it the right way? Mic Longhurst looks at this simple but often misunderstood technique.

So you don't ride really steep stuff and can't see the point of running a dropper post, well maybe it's time for a re-think. Read on to find out why...

Braking is a core riding skill and learning the correct technique will make your riding safer and more enjoyable.

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Watch 'Sik' Mick Hannah come agonisingly close to claiming his ultimate prize - a world champion's rainbow jersey. Sadly for the 34-year-old Cairns local, it wasn't to be... but boy, he came close!

Reckon you’ve got the legs for a couple of big days out? How about 1115km in four days… with 11 hours sleep?

Brandon Semenuk defies logic in his latest shredit...

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37yo Gerran’s, who's palmarès includes a stunning victory at Milano -San Remo, Liège-Bastogne- Liège and stage wins at all Grand Tours, said he was “really excited about the position.”

Dumoulin completed the 31km time trial in 44minutes and 41seconds, almost a minute ahead of second placed Primoz Roglic and a further 1minute and 21 seconds ahead of Chris Froome.

Setting out from with the goal of cycling around the world in 80 days, Beaumont rolled into Paris after covering the 29,019 kms a day and a half within his time limit. He rode through16 countries and broke 2 official Guinness World Records along the way.