Go behind the scenes as I leap from car to car, trying to cover a 110-kilometre grassroots road race for the Internet.
An optimistic teenager, new to the sport, goes up against NSW’s best track cyclists. Who is Parramatta’s Finley Moutter, and what does cycling mean to him?
After working with Cycling NSW at last weekend’s junior track championships, I must say some of the performances left a big impression on me. Here are just a few reflections on the event.
It’s marketed as a durable, elegant alternative to the sandwich bag. The Zilfer phone wallet is designed right here in Sydney by a local cyclist, and I’ve had mine for about six months now. It may look sleek, but how useful is it, really?
Take a look at your medications. Are you inadvertently taking a banned substance? Here’s what happened when my doctor prescribed me the same drug that’s at the centre of Team Sky’s “jiffy bag” scandal.
When the roar of engines fades to the whir of spokes, it means there’s a cycling race at Eastern Creek. Read our guide to racing at Sydney Motorsport Park.
“Use the f—ing bike lane”, cyclists hear so often. Yet most of the time, what people are referring to are not actually bicycle lanes. So what’s actually a bike lane in NSW?
In Australia, “road race”, “criterium” and “kermesse” are all terms used to categorise bike races. Here’s an in-depth guide to understanding the key differences.
HART criterium circuit on Sydney’s northern beaches features three hairpins and a steep pinch point. Here’s our guide to this fun, twisting race course.