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Here's how you can continue to support Maydena Bike park.

German brand Ergon are all about rider comfort. With that in mind Ben Sykes got his hands on the SM Comp saddle to find out if they really do make a difference to your ride.

Rocky Trail Entertainment have issued an update regarding COVID-19 and their upcoming MTB races.

The Convict 100 race has been rescheduled in response to COVID-19.

Mountain Bike Australia have issued an announcement regarding all upcoming events.

Check out the Norco Sight tear up the new trails at the Glendhu Bike Park.

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Hop in the Delorean and crank up the flux capacitor. Ben Sykes is heading back in MTB time with this steel hardtail from Norco.

The Sight VLT 29 has come back for more and it arrives with a few improvements.

We got our hands on the newest offering from Pivot, the 2020 Switchblade. What did we think?

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Want to ensure that you're at your absolute blinding best for an event? Well you need to brush up on the black art of ‘peaking’.

Over time, even the best brakes will steadily loose their shine. Here's how you can give them a new lease of life.

It seems like all over Australia at the moment, new pump tracks are springing up. These tracks are great for learning skills and having fun with your mates, but if you haven’t tried them before, what are the benefits and how best to get started?

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Granite are experts in bike maintenance and are back with an ingenious little tool that sits right in your head tube.

The Fizik X2 Terra, true to its off-road roots.

Born across the ditch but taking off this side, Ground Effect have quite the reputation. Justin Walker got his hands on two common items to put them under the microscope.

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Part II kicks off at the adrenaline-inducing Rotorua Skyline Park.

Budget world MTB traveller Grant Stirling tastes his first ever guided tour. Was he a convert?

Can you handle the legendary Convict 100 MTB race?

Bicycling Australia

Luke Meers gives a first-hand account of the 2019 Noosa Classic from both the fast end of the bunch and those seeking a simpler but far more significant goal.

Pro cyclist and budding scientist Cyrus Monk offers a list of helpful do's and don'ts for those in isolation.

At 6:22am on Saturday morning a hardy group of riders climbed onto their bikes and set off on one of the most gruelling solo cycling challenges on Earth. Just 36hrs later they had to stop as the borders were about to be closed.