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The Christchurch Adventure Park has reopened to the public, 10 months after closing after massive bushfires.

Renowned US brand will sell its bikes in Australia directly via the web to tackle falling sales.

Massive rain storms predicted for NSW and Victoria forces park operators to close access to some of Australia's highest trails

Are you ready for an epic weekend of MTB and gravel racing?

Sounds weird, right? But recognition as a National Sporting Organisation by the Australian Sports Commission is a good thing.

The ed wonders what he's missed by skipping the final Highland Fling.

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Flat-pedal shoes that don’t look like gym sneakers – but do they work as well as regular Five Tens?

Testing New Zealand’s finest; the meticulously built Wheelcraft Flite Carbon wheels.

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

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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.

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...

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Unbelievable riding and equally incredible editing make this a candidate for Vid of 2017.

Western Australia's most iconic endurance event clicked over ten years in 2017, with the team laying on four of the best stages from the previous years for this now-legendary stage race.

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!

Bicycling Australia

Richie Porte: 'After missing the last part of the 2017 season, it will be good to get 2018 underway, especially at the Santos Tour Down Under which is one of my favorite races of the calendar.'

Video Interview: His results speak for themselves and his weekly kilometre count would surely put many of us to shame - meet blind cyclist Simon Wong.

December 2017, and collectively so many must be thinking 'where did the year go?' In this comprehensive article we list the cycling highlights of 2018. As you’ll see, it’s been one hell of a rollercoaster ride along the way.