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Road/News1 Nov 2014

Video: Climbing the Col du Galibier

Col Collective has launched a new series of videos aimed at capturing the beauty and grandeur of some of cycling's greatest climbs. Here's the first, on the classic Col du Galibier.

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Road/News1 Nov 2014

Cyclist successfully sues fellow cyclist after debilitating crash

A Canberra man has been awarded a million-dollar damages payout as compensation for injuries he suffered in 2009 when he tangled with another cyclist and fell in front of oncoming traffic.

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Blog1 Nov 2014

Trail boom continues in Tropical North Queensland

In the last two and a half years, 60km of mountain bike trails have been built in the Atherton Tablelands, the result of hard work, creative thinking and over a million dollars in funding, writes Kath Bicknell.

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FRIDAY 31 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News31 Oct 2014

Flakemore: From talent ID to the WorldTour

In Howrah, a suburb of Hobart, Campbell Flakemore is enjoying the last few moments of his off-season. The 22 year old has been talked about as a genuine star of the peloton for several years now, not necessarily by the media rather it’s his peers who sing his praise.

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Road/News31 Oct 2014

Avanti Racing signs New Zealand track talent

Avanti Racing has signed three New Zealand track riders to help bolster the team in 2015.

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Road/News31 Oct 2014

World champ Stewart hit by car in Tasmania

Junior time trial world champion Macey Stewart is lucky to have escaped serious injury after being hit by a car while training in Tasmania on Thursday.

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Road/News31 Oct 2014

Drapac retains five Australian riders

Will Clarke, Darren Lapthorne, Travis Meyer, Lachlan Norris and Bernard Sulzberger have re-signed with Australian professional continental team Drapac for 2015.

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Road/News31 Oct 2014

Brandle trumps Voigt to set new world hour mark

Matthias Brandle set a new hour record of 51.850km at the International Cycling Union track in Aigle, Switzerland.

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THURSDAY 30 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News30 Oct 2014

Podcast: Controversy at the Croc, Avanti's NRS, and Cadel's legacy

Deep in the recesses of SBS’s Artarmon Headquarters, serving no higher purpose than to sprout weekly trivialities about the world of cycling, it’s another week of the Cycling Central Podcast.

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Road/News30 Oct 2014

Bikeshare pricing could slow trend’s rapid expansion

Bikesharing has boomed in Europe and North America in recent years following decades of slow growth since its introduction on the streets of Amsterdam in 1965.

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Road/News30 Oct 2014

Avanti aims to end season with Southland victory

While many riders are well into their off-season, Avanti Racing is chasing one more victory for the year.

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WEDNESDAY 29 OCTOBER 2014

Video29 Oct 2014

Evans launches January road race

Evans launches January road race

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TUESDAY 28 OCTOBER 2014

Road/Blog28 Oct 2014

Does women's cycling even need a Tour de France?

International Cycling Union President Brian Cookson has ruled out the possibility of a women's Tour de France run at the same time as the men's three week race.

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MTB/Blog28 Oct 2014

Wheels 4 Life

Mountain bike legend Hans Rey has found a new way to share his passion for cycling through his charity Wheels 4 Life.

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MONDAY 27 OCTOBER 2014

Video27 Oct 2014

Crocodile Trophy Stage 9

Highlights of the final stage of the 2014 Crocodile Trophy mountain bike race in far north Queensland.

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SUNDAY 26 OCTOBER 2014

Video26 Oct 2014

Grafton to Inverell

Highlights of Grafton to Inverell, the final race in the Subaru National Road Series.

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Video26 Oct 2014

Crocodile Trophy Stage 8

Highlights from the penultimate stage of the Crocodile Trophy.

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SATURDAY 25 OCTOBER 2014

Video25 Oct 2014

Crocodile Trophy Stage 7

Highlights from the seventh stage of the Crocodile Trophy.

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FRIDAY 24 OCTOBER 2014

Road/Blog24 Oct 2014

Quick conclusions from the 2015 Tour de France course announcement

There was a lot in the 2015 Tour de France route unveil to take in. Al Hinds takes a look over some of its critical points.

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Road/Blog24 Oct 2014

Velo Files: Newton's Law

A need to remember, pitted against a need to forget... The tide has only just turned for the better, but the dance inside our heads that goes back and forth will long continue, writes Anthony Tan.

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