I tried riding on the track at Dunc Gray Velodrome for the first time. Here’s why I think more road cyclists should give it a go.
Mechanical issues are an unavoidable part of bicycle racing. But with some good maintenance (unlike what I practised), at least you can prevent the avoidable ones.
On any given Saturday afternoon, Sue Henry’s smiling face is one of the first you’ll see at Heffron Park. Meet the delightful Randwick CC secretary (who also happens to be married to the club president).
It’s been Northern Sydney’s home of criterium racing for 30 years. Here’s our guide to the hotdog circuit that hosts the famous Beauie Worlds.
In the first instalment of Part-Time Cyclist, we speak to the SUVelo man best known for his Jens Voigt-inspired tattoo.
Louisa Reserve is an extremely short criterium circuit located next to the Dunc Gray Velodrome in Bass Hill. If you’re after fast, straightforward racing without much cornering or climbing, this one’s for you.
In the last two years, EF Education First Pro Cycling has gone from the brink of collapse to a Tour of Flanders victory.
When I first started cycling, I was intrigued by racing. However, It took four years before I finally bought my first racing licence. If you enjoy road cycling, here are the reasons why you should stop putting it off and start racing now.