This Sunday marks the final race of Cadel Evans's career, the eponymous Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, drawing curtains on not just the 37 year old's career, but a chapter in Australian cycling.Full Story
Australia's Craig Evers won Stage 3 of the New Zealand Cycle Classic as the leader's jersey changed hands for the third time in as many days.
There will be thousands of people in the DISC velodrome in Melbourne on Saturday night to cheer him on, but the only number that will matter to Jack Bobridge is 51.852.Full Story
There's a bounty of cycling coming up on SBS over the next few months - follow Rohan Dennis's attempt at breaking the UCI Hour Record, cheer on the Australians at the UCI Track World Championships and soak up the history and excitement of the Spring Classics.
On the second night of the 2015 Subaru Track National Championships, South Australia upset fastest qualifiers Budget Forklifts to take home team pursuit gold for six straight year, while Tasmania's Amy Cure defended her individual pursuit crown.Full Story
THURSDAY 29 JANUARY 2015
This week on the show, it’s the endgame for Evans, as Australia’s only Tour winning, dog protector, from Barwon heads calls time on his career. Dennis defends Porte’s punches Ali-Foreman style on Old Willunga to win the Tour Down Under, UniSA shines bright under the unusually cool Adelaide summer sun, and - on that note - Jacky Bobby - Bobridge that is, readies to ride his bike for 60 minutes.Full Story
Budget Forklifts's Daniel Barry received the best birthday present in the form of the New Zealand Cycle Classic leader's jersey.
Tour Down Under champion Rohan Dennis will attempt to break the UCI Hour Record in February with the action shown live on SBS.
With three weeks until the 2015 UCI Track World Championships in Paris,
Australia’s women’s team pursuit quartet have received a confidence
boost after breaking the Australian record in Melbourne on Wednesday
WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY 2015
The Gran Fondo New York bicycle race is the biggest mass-participation event of its kind in the state, a 160km run between Manhattan and Bear Mountain. In May 2012 the organisers introduced drug testing. With thousands of entrants, this expensive process was limited to a handful of riders. Of those, two came back positive for EPO (erythropoietin), a blood-boosting hormone largely associated with the most elite professional end of the sport. Both riders were banned for two years.Full Story
So, the 2015 Tour Down Under is over. Stage 6 finished and the teams are back at the bustling team village just across the road from the Adelaide Hilton.Full Story