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Mountain Biking Australia's sister mag, Australian Photography, is running Australia's richest amateur photo comp in Australia.

Hill masters slippery, gnarly Austrian Enduro World Series race to extend championship lead.

Crankworx Les Gets is a happy hunting ground for Troy Brosnan

Tiny township of Tathra shrugs off bushfire devastation to put on an amazing race.

A 60km stretch of singletrack is set to link Palm Cove to Port Douglas.

Some of the faces that made the Port to Port MTB race one to remember.

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New four-piston trail brake from disc brake pioneer Hayes is a ground-up rebuild.

New low linkage and Plus tyre ability for Bronson, and no 29 for 5010 for 2019.

New long-travel bruiser from Polygon brings value to the enduro-ready sector.

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Thinking about tackling The Redback? Here's some hot set-up tips for the Top End.

The sun's out and it's time to give your faithful hydration pack a spring makeover

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.

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Our exclusive vid from the GV AMPed race at Green Valleys mountain bike park

Getting up on point with one of the UK's finest long-travel exports.

Rock gardens galore await the world's fastest riders.

Bicycling Australia

Omar Fraile of Astana enjoyed a thrilling win on the Mende airstrip at the Tour de France. Selected images from Stage 14 here ...

Bianchi’s Aria has new beefed up tubes and the addition of disc brakes. It still looks to be an aero-optimised frame so we were keen to see how it rides. Gary Hunt reports.

In a heavily depleted field after three tough alpine stages, just 152 riders started stage 13 in the famous cycling town of Bourg d’Oisans near the foot of Alpe D’Huez.