We’ve had our first opportunity to ride the lightning aboard Giant’s trail monster Full-E+ 1 Pro
How does Shimano’s lightest road shoe perform?
Modern Italian steel from a heritage brand
Italian style meets German optics
Is Garmin’s Varia UT800 smart light worth its high price?
An exceptional Italian frame from an exceptionally Italian brand
However you choose, or try, to pronounce it, Thule are one of the dominant forces in bike carrying equipment… we review the go to bike carrier, the ProRide 598.
Metier’s very fancy gilet takes the fight to weather and darkness
Sunscreen is a critical item that should not be overlooked. Most that I have tried have not been great... too sticky, too oily, too eye burningly toxic. But there's good news… Finde. Melbourne based and made for us riders.
SRAM’s blingy Eagle gets a more blue collar treatment
Specialized has re-vamped their market changing Power Saddle
Is the future wireless? We hope so.
The aluminium wizards at Cannondale have turned out a cracker of a bike with the CAAD12
Giant’s quest for cycling domination continues with a push into the bike GPS market.
I consider myself very lucky to have picked up my own Coretto...You simply can't compare a Baum purchase to buying an off-the-shelf bike.
We’re seeing a throw back toward classic looking kit. There’s a rush toward simple, classic colours. Clean lines and an overall timeless look.
You’re after a new set of wheels. clinchers, light, fast, reliable and with aluminium brake track. Should Shimano’s latest R9100 C24 clinchers be on your list?
Adelaide-based Biketivist have seen launched a new collection resplendent in some eye-catching new designs and a new logo
Sunglasses from a celestial deity
Aero, cooling and extra safety... but is it good looking?
I check out new Aussie apparel brand PUNK. 'Premium, limited, exclusive'....
Pedla; premium kit mainstays are back with another tasty offering
Kask's new Valegro promises a lotta vents for a very low weight. We've given it the Australian Summer test. How does it perform?
If you’re looking for a stylish addition to your cycling wardrobe, one that will be your go-to kit for season after season – you should seriously consider getting your hands on some sweet Pedla kit.
Light, aerodynamic, and comfortable? Yup. It’s the Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 9.0 LTD
I’ve spent a few months living with a Stages Ultegra 6800 power meter. Is this still the king of accessible power meters?
Shimano. We need to talk. Reviewing your stuff is hard. Really hard. Because it’s good.
This is a frame with a very clear sense of purpose: go fast.
Premium Aussie kit makes a damn good impression