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Review: SwissSide Hadron Classic 485 Aerowheels – More Performance for Everyday Cyclists

If you want performance in a wheelset, do you go for the lightest wheels, the most aerodynamic wheels… or the cheapest wheels The verdict is ‘aero’ because it delivers the biggest performance gains and I am just joking about choosing the cheapest. But you don’t have to break the bank either because performance wheels can […]...


Are You Ready to Fly? Indepth review of Cycliq’s Fly12CE and Fly6CE Integrated Bike Camera Lights

The release of the new front and rear Fly12CE and Fly6CE bikes cameras by Cycliq at the end of 2017 signalled a substantial change to almost everything about the young Australian company. On the back of becoming a publicly listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange and personnel changes including a new management team, the […]...


How will the July 2018 removal of the GST free threshold affect Australian Cyclists, Bike Shops and Overseas Retailers

On 1. July 2018, Australian shoppers and overseas retailers will face changes as the $1000 GST free threshold on low-value imported goods to Australia is being removed. Overseas retailers who sell more than $75,000 in goods annually to Australian buyers will be required to collect GST (Goods and Services Tax) at the point of sale. […]...


Monton Cycle Clothing in Review: The Lycra Tiger returns

A little over 18 months ago, I reviewed some cycling kit from Chinese brand, Monton Sports. I went in with prejudice but was pleasantly surprised on the quality of their kit then, so when a chance to review some of their latest kit, I was keen to see what improvements have been made since then. […]...


2018 Australian Bicycle Summit in Sydney with Transport for NSW as event partner

The Australian Bicycle Summit is yearly event that combines a few components – all with an underlying drive to improving cycling in Australia. The Australian Cycling Promotion Foundation (ACPF) is the event organiser and present themselves to the public as We Ride Australia. In 2018, the Australian Bicycle Summit will be held in Sydney and it […]...


Wearable Tech Review: Métier Beacon Cycling Gilet with Integrated Lights

Cycling technology is blossoming and although you can now electrify your bike, record all manner of data and accessorise with lights, cameras, maps and even radars, the realm of wearable technology for bike riders has remained virtually untouched. The young English brand Métier is tapping into the market of wearable cycling tech with their ‘Beacon’ […]...


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Review: SwissSide Hadron Classic 485 Aerowheels – More Performance for Everyday Cyclists

If you want performance in a wheelset, do you go for the lightest wheels, the most aerodynamic wheels… or the cheapest wheels The verdict is ‘aero’ because it delivers the biggest performance gains and I am just joking about choosing the cheapest. But you don’t have to break the bank either because performance wheels can […]...


Are You Ready to Fly? Indepth review of Cycliq’s Fly12CE and Fly6CE Integrated Bike Camera Lights

The release of the new front and rear Fly12CE and Fly6CE bikes cameras by Cycliq at the end of 2017 signalled a substantial change to almost everything about the young Australian company. On the back of becoming a publicly listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange and personnel changes including a new management team, the […]...


How will the July 2018 removal of the GST free threshold affect Australian Cyclists, Bike Shops and Overseas Retailers

On 1. July 2018, Australian shoppers and overseas retailers will face changes as the $1000 GST free threshold on low-value imported goods to Australia is being removed. Overseas retailers who sell more than $75,000 in goods annually to Australian buyers will be required to collect GST (Goods and Services Tax) at the point of sale. […]...


Monton Cycle Clothing in Review: The Lycra Tiger returns

A little over 18 months ago, I reviewed some cycling kit from Chinese brand, Monton Sports. I went in with prejudice but was pleasantly surprised on the quality of their kit then, so when a chance to review some of their latest kit, I was keen to see what improvements have been made since then. […]...


2018 Australian Bicycle Summit in Sydney with Transport for NSW as event partner

The Australian Bicycle Summit is yearly event that combines a few components – all with an underlying drive to improving cycling in Australia. The Australian Cycling Promotion Foundation (ACPF) is the event organiser and present themselves to the public as We Ride Australia. In 2018, the Australian Bicycle Summit will be held in Sydney and it […]...


Wearable Tech Review: Métier Beacon Cycling Gilet with Integrated Lights

Cycling technology is blossoming and although you can now electrify your bike, record all manner of data and accessorise with lights, cameras, maps and even radars, the realm of wearable technology for bike riders has remained virtually untouched. The young English brand Métier is tapping into the market of wearable cycling tech with their ‘Beacon’ […]...


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