TDU Stage One Rider Analysis: Sean Lake does it his way
Jan20

TDU Stage One Rider Analysis: Sean Lake does it his way

Stage one of the Santos Tour Down Under was raced in blistering heat and punishing winds. A three-man break never got too far away from the vigilant peloton and Australia’s next superstar claimed what appeared to be an easy win. Mark Fenner analyses data from Sean Lake, Team UniSA’s man in the breakaway and explains that it was far from an easy Tuesday roll to Lyndoch. In stage one of the Santos Tour Down Under, Sean Lake...

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Congratulations to our winning subscriber!
Dec18

Congratulations to our winning subscriber!

In issue #69 (the new issue, RIDE #70 is on sale now), RIDE Cycling Review subscribers were given the chance to win a 2016 Scott Foil 20. The Foil is Scott’s renowned racing model: aero, stiff, light and compliant, ridden to victory in no less than 115 WorldTour races since it was introduced in 2010. Mark from Brighton, Victoria, was our lucky prize winner for this issue. Congratulations, Mark. We wish you many years of happy...

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Lance vs Cadel: a study of two 22-year-olds
Aug11

Lance vs Cadel: a study of two 22-year-olds

At the beginning of the 2010 season, RIDE Cycling Review published a story by Dr David T. Martin that compared data of two racing cyclists when they were aged 22 – one was Lance Armstrong, the other Cadel Evans. Both have been world champions and both have won the Tour de France… but only one is officially recognised for his successes in the French Grand Tour. This story is one of many features in RIDE that included input from...

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The Wine Peloton: 7 peaks in 7 days
Jan05

The Wine Peloton: 7 peaks in 7 days

In RIDE Cycling Review #65, our ‘Caffeine Culture’ feature was the 50th in that series of articles. And we strayed from the usual format that visits a town or city and dissects the bunch riding available in the region; instead we asked a number of cycling enthusiasts/wine makers for their suggestions on riding near their vineyards. It was an idea that came about because of an initiative by Drew Tuckwell from Printhie Wines...

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RIDE #66 Bike Review 03 – Giant Propel ADV SL-0
Dec22

RIDE #66 Bike Review 03 – Giant Propel ADV SL-0

The Giant Propel… “The Propel possesses a liveliness which encourages you to go faster; the faster you go, the broader your grin will be. Get low on the bars and let the frame’s design do what it’s meant to do – carve through the wind with minimal effort. A slight rise? Get out of the seat and put more power down through the direct rear end, then settle back down and keep the pace going.”   – Read the rest of...

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Flashback: Athens Olympics sprint and keirin – 1st: Ryan Bayley
Aug17

Flashback: Athens Olympics sprint and keirin – 1st: Ryan Bayley

On the 24th and 25th of this month, it will be 10 years since Ryan Bayley won Olympic gold medals. The sprint and keirin champion from Athens 2004 retired from racing after the Beijing Games of 2008 and he’s now living in Queensland, working for the Queensland cycling federation and loving life with his wife and two young kids. To mark the 10th anniversary of what was an exceptional Olympiad for the Australian cycling team, RIDE is...

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