Retro Review: Stephen Hodge’s 1988 KAS Vitus
Apr19

Retro Review: Stephen Hodge’s 1988 KAS Vitus

The Easter long weekend. Time to ride. And, for some, time to dress up in an old team jersey from the 1980s and remember what carbon-fibre bikes used to be like. Stephen Hodge’s Tweet about his ‘mufti day’ ride on Friday, prompted us to revisit the ‘Retro Review‘ story of his Vitus from 1988. Good Friday is mufti day with the boys! (Circa 1987) #seankelly pic.twitter.com/E5tiBy93rE — Stephen Hodge...

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Caleb Ewan on the Flanders crash
Apr18

Caleb Ewan on the Flanders crash

In the under-23 Ronde van Vlaanderen this year, the Australian champion (and our cover star from RIDE #62) was racing for the win. In the sprint Caleb Ewan aimed for a gap that closed… and he ended up in the barricades. The race was won by Dylan Groenewegen of the Netherlands. Behind him there were bikes and bodies spread out across the road. RIDE spoke with Ewan about the incident… and the race itself. Here’s what...

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The Australian’s offensive question
Apr18

The Australian’s offensive question

Apparently there’s a feature about cycling to be published in the The Weekend Australian Magazine tomorrow. It reminds us that there’s a long way to go before cyclists are treated with the respect every person deserves. Never mind the content of the associated story, the question posed on the cover is offensive. “Are cyclists fair game?” There is only one answer: no!  Rob Arnold offers his reaction…...

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The week that was: photos for discussion (wk14, 2014)
Apr17

The week that was: photos for discussion (wk14, 2014)

The third round of our TWTW gallery includes photos from Paris-Roubaix, the Brabantse Pijl and under-23 Tour of Flanders. We’ve been busy putting pages together for RIDE #64 (due out in late May) but have also posted a number of features online since our previous instalment of The Week That Was. With thanks to our two regular photo contributors Yuzuru Sunada and Graham Watson we look back on the events of the season as it...

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Hayman on Roubaix: “Arenberg, it’s super rough but…”
Apr15

Hayman on Roubaix: “Arenberg, it’s super rough but…”

This is part two of an interview done the day after Paris-Roubaix with Mathew Hayman of the Orica-GreenEdge team. He’s explained his loss of many minutes to the winner, Niki Terpstra, and how two punctures in three kilometres near the final sector of pavé ended any hope he may have had on a day when he was not only a leader but also finding his rhythm on the cobbled roads leading to Roubaix. The discussion takes place over the phone...

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