RIDE #67 Caffeine Culture: A Turn Around the Lake
Mar26

RIDE #67 Caffeine Culture: A Turn Around the Lake

Lake Taupo is legend. It’s a large freshwater lake. The crater of an incredibly powerful volcanic eruption. Crystalline waters more than 150 metres deep. And the sparkling centrepiece of the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge. We take you on a journey to Aotearoa – the Land of the Long White Cloud – and the beautiful Taupo region of the North Island, where cycling opportunities abound.   Huka Falls from the lookout on the Thermal...

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You could win a Cervélo S3 with Ultegra Di2 valued at $5,400
Mar20

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

Subscribe to RIDE Cycling Review for your chance to win a Cervélo S3 valued at $5,400 Cervélo pioneered aero bike development, setting the benchmark with the S-Series. Now, the world championship-winning S3 is back, and even better than before. A completely redesigned chassis combines new, more robust airfoil sections with a rear triangle borrowed from the revolutionary RCA road frame. Engineered to make you more efficient and...

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RIDE #66 Caffeine Culture – Top of the heap
Dec18

RIDE #66 Caffeine Culture – Top of the heap

River Road River Road is essentially New York’s equivalent to Sydney’s La Perouse, Melbourne’s Beach Road or Adelaide’s Outer Harbour. Only a few hundred metres from the bustling Palisades Parkway, it is a surprisingly quiet road and rolls for 10 to 15 kilometers before rising to a finish. Piermont and Nyack Ride Some riders turn back after the ranger station that marks the end of River Road, usually returning home for family...

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RIDE 66 – Volume 4, 2014: the future… and the past
Dec16

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 RIDE Cycling Review Issue 66, the fourth volume of 2014. ‘The future…’ is the main headline, with an asterisk pointing to a follow-up: ‘And the past…’ We’ve kept the cover lines at the bottom of the front page for this issue and have allowed two rainbow jerseys and a trade team rain vest to appear. And the hope is that the image entices you to find out more,...

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Winner of a BMC Granfondo GF01 Ultegra Disc valued at $6,150
Dec15

Winner of a BMC Granfondo GF01 Ultegra Disc valued at $6,150

The winner and his bike In our subscription promotion in RIDE #66 (on sale in December 2014), one lucky reader had a chance to win a BMC bike valued at $6,150. The draw took place in the office of RIDE Media on 6 March 2015 and John Marshall’s name was pulled out of the pile of entries. Delivery is complete and John is now the happy owner of a new BMC bike. “A huge thank you to RIDE Media and Echelon Sports (the Australian...

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Carol Cooke AM: Paralympic gold medalist gets another ’Gong
Nov03

Carol Cooke AM: Paralympic gold medalist gets another ’Gong

Carol Cooke AM was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2014, a gong that recognised the comprehensive list of contributions and achievements that Carol has made to the Australian community over almost 15 years. Among many achievements, Carol is a Paralympic gold medalist (London), a dual paracycling world champion, the 2013 Victorian Cyclist of the Year and a former member of the Toronto Police Force in her native Canada. Carol...

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RIDE #65 Caffeine Culture – Vino, velo et vignerons
Oct02

RIDE #65 Caffeine Culture – Vino, velo et vignerons

In this, our 50th edition of Caffeine Culture, we visit that place which complements the pleasure of a simple bike ride in regions throughout the world, that place of rich scenery and fertile soil, of rolling hills and valleys, where a gentle hand and dedicated craftsmanship combine to work the grape into wine. Join us for a tour of vino and velo… The Pinnacle Loop Drew Tuckwell. Printhie Wines. Orange, NSW. The Pinnacle Loop is...

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2014 Sam Miranda Tour of the King Valley
Oct01

2014 Sam Miranda Tour of the King Valley

Queens of the King Valley… a tour with a Euro vibe – By Nick Squillari – Photo: Con Chronis The oldest handicap race in the world and the second oldest one-day race in the world both call Australia home. But for all the history that the Melbourne to Ballarat and the Melbourne to Warrnambool represent, there’s still a lack of ‘Euro’ feel to them. Sure it’s not a prerequisite – we are half a world away after all – only harking...

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