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New tuning options, greater flexibility and the ability to update your 2016/17 Fox suspension to 2018 spec...

Win a trip to the 2017 UCI World MTB Championships with Mountain Bikes Direct.

As the opening of this huge Tasmanian bike park draws nearer, Maydena has released details on their shuttle access and membership packages.

Borrowing from the popular X2 gravity focussed air shock, the new DPX2 aims to deliver similar performance in a lighter and more compact package.

Western Australia's most popular MTB marathon event looks set to get even bigger for 2017!

12-speed for the masses? SRAM launches a new more affordable version of their Eagle drivetrain…

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We check out some wide carbon rims that won’t break the bank.

If you have a Bosch equipped ebike that you take on the dirt, then this software update is for you...

Time to look back on the new Highline dropper post to see how it has fared after eight months of dust, mud and loam…

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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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Santa Cruz was the first team to bring big wheels to World Cup DH racing. Take a look at the testing they did beforehand and hear what their riders have to say about the move to 29-inch wheels.

Jeff Kendall-Weed applies his impressive skill set to the rocky and technical trails of Hurricane, Utah.

Take a look around Sam Hill's home trails and see where this Aussie MTB legend grew up...

Bicycling Australia

Cycling Australia have made the bombshell announcement that riders can use disc brake equiped bikes at club, state and non-UCI national championship level road races across Australia with immediate effect.

In France for the 2017 TDF, Bicycling Australia enjoyed the festivities and celebrations of the final stage in Paris on Sunday. Here's a gallery of images from the big day.

Riding his third Tour de France, Australian powerhouse Simon Clarke was Road Captain for Cannondale-Drapac, their lead rider finishing second overall to Chris Froome. We speak with Simon Clarke in this video interview.