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RIDE #68 Caffeine Culture: England and Scotland

In the 53rd instalment of Caffeine Culture, John Deering takes us to...

RIDE #67 Caffeine Culture: A Turn Around the Lake

Lake Taupo is legend. It’s a large freshwater lake. The crater of an...

RIDE #66 Caffeine Culture – Top of the heap

River Road River Road is essentially New York’s equivalent to Sydney’s...

RIDE #65 Caffeine Culture – Vino, velo et vignerons

In this, our 50th edition of Caffeine Culture, we visit that place which...

RIDE #64 Caffeine Culture – Perth, Western Australia

The original instalment of the ‘Caffeine Culture’ series was about the...

Caffeine Culture – The complete list

Since 2002, RIDE Cycling Review has published a ‘Caffeine Culture’ in...

#RIDE67: available now

We ride. And we make a magazine called RIDE Cycling Review. It’s what...

You could win a Cervélo S3 with Ultegra Di2 valued at $5,400

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Update on #RIDE67: publisher’s note

It’s coming up to three months since an issue of RIDE Cycling...

Jack’s TDU success…the clock starts in 2015

Not since 2009 has Jack Bobridge worn the green and gold colours of Uni SA...

RIDE #66 Caffeine Culture – Top of the heap

River Road River Road is essentially New York’s equivalent to Sydney’s...

RIDE 66 – Volume 4, 2014: the future… and the past

Campbell, Richie and Macey: a trio from Tassie are the stars on the cover of...

Bradley McGee – selections for the Worlds

The UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Richmond, Virginia are less than...

Gerry Ryan: cycling is his biggest sporting investment

The Orica-GreenEdge team has won 50 percent of the Vuelta stages thus far...

Kent Eriksen Q&A – building bikes

Part one of a series of five interviews with frame builders (as published in...

James Bleakley Q&A – building bikes

Part five of a series of five interviews with frame builders (as published...

Matt Simpson Q&A – building bikes

Part three of a series of five interviews with frame builders (as published...

Aaron Barcheck Q&A – building bikes

Part four of a series of five interviews with frame builders (as published...

Trek Factory Racing’s disc brake trial

The two-month trial period for disc brakes on road bikes continues and...

SRAM’s eTap – wireless shifting unveiled

At 8.00pm on 26 August (AEST), an embargo on one of cycling’s most...

Bike build in brief: Scott Foil

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Builders and their bikes – Q&A with frame makers

In RIDE 69 (out in September) we will feature a bike test from a brand that...

An inside look at Trek

 A factory visit and a chance to meet to president of the company gave...

Shimano’s WorldTour disc brake debut

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Videos

Quite a day for Rebecca Wiasak
The Hour attempt – a documentary by Dan
On board with Jeremy Roy at the Tour Down Under
Fuji Transonic: the bike you can win if you subscribe
Inside the peloton: footage of a sprint
  • Quite a day for Rebecca Wiasak

  • The Hour attempt – a documentary by Dan

  • On board with Jeremy Roy at the Tour Down Under

  • Fuji Transonic: the bike you can win if you subscribe

  • Inside the peloton: footage of a sprint