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Northern Territory government set to tip in $12m for mountain bike trail network in NT.

Unreal riding from one of the sport's greats.

Enduro World Series dates announced for Tasmania in 2019.

(Sponsored) Victoria's got some quality racing on the horizon!

Close up and personal with a World Cup downhill machine.

New bikes, new places to ride and more in the latest issue of Australia's best loved MTB mag.

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Bigger XT stoppers brought back for big mountain and e-bike use after long hiatus.

German dropper post maker builds post for big tube bikes.

Maydena Bike Park is open for business, and we were there for opening day!

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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

Bicycling Australia recently recieved a custom-assembled 3T Exploro test bike. In anticipation of the full technical article on this unique offering, Nat Bromhead offers this 'first look' report from the roads and trails around Adelaide.

We test Koo Open cycling sunglasses in the ultimate location - the French Alpes and take a look at the latest offering from KOO & KASK, the new KOO Open Cube sunglasses and KASK Valegro helmet.

The Clare Classic is thrilled to have the support of South Australia’s leading cycling fundraising program Ride for a reason. Ride for a reason helps to Fund Cancer Council SA’s critical work in cancer research, supports those with cancer and empowers people to reduce their risk via prevention education.