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

Every April, the Sunshine Coast MTB Festival lights up a region better known for its beaches and mimosas.

35 km worth of trails are set to open at Wanaka on New Zealand's South Island.

Learn what's in the action-packed Feb/Mar/Apr issue of MBA.

Huw Kingston has seen Thredbo change a lot over the years. He recently headed back and reflected on his own personal history with the mountains.

Check out the Limited Edition eONE Forty in action!

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Merida have announced a Limited Edition for both the eONE Sixty and eONE Forty.

Focus has approached the E-MTB category in a markedly different way to its rivals by focusing on bike first and battery second. Is it the right approach?

Everything old is new again for GT with its newest do-it-all trail bike. Does the Sensor marry progressive geometry with old-school attitude?

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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?

Struggling with a section of trail? Stop and do it again! EWS ace Josh Carlson goes through the basics of railing berms with Lisa Matuzelis.

GearRead all

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.

It’s the biggest flat pedal on the market, but how does it fare in Australian conditions?

This slick offering from Italian brand Marzocchi took Justin Walker back further than he’d care to admit.

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MBA's Huw Kingston rides the trail less travelled and experiences some of the oldest civilisations on Earth

Dan finds a buddy on the road as he pushes on towards Jindabyne.

Daniel Oakman set off to conquer Australia's rooftop in an alpine 
race for the ages.

Bicycling Australia

Richie Porte has won the 2020 Tour Down Under, but the Trek-Segafredo star rider did not win the final stage ... instead that honour went to relative unknown neo-pro Matthew Holmes of Lotto-Soudal

On our latest podcast we discuss today's Willunga Hill finale + look back over the 2020 TDU ... And ask will there be a gravel stage in 2021?

Mitch Docker & Lachy Morton of EF Education First Pro Cycling have raised more than $8000 for bushfire victims - see the video here.