croder review

Aero is the New Weight Weenie – Croder SWC44 Carbon Clinchers in...

Do you want to be fast? Do you want to break that Strava record? You should lose some weight, train more and put a better wheelsetset on your bike. A wheelset upgrade is fastest and easiest way to give your bike a performance boost. Bicycle brands drop their costs supplying new bikes by supplying ‘average’ wheels (did someone say Mavic Ksyriums?) For training they are fine, but when it comes to race day, competitive cyclists swap the heavy and slow training wheels with light and fast ‘race-day’ wheels and this is precisely where the Croder SWC44 carbon fibre wheelset fit in. […]

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Sometimes you need to do it yourself – Junior Cyclists and Interschool...

Let’s do some simple maths: according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there are around 3.75 million school students in Australia spread between 9,400 schools. Although there are some big […]

fizik r5b road cycling shoes review

Sophisticated Cyclist – fi’zi:k R5B Men’s Cycling Shoes in Review

Roll out the red carpet because the fi’zi:k R5B’s will have you dressed to impress. They carry the hallmarks of Italian shoe design; slender and stylish. A perfect match for […]

Eurobike 2016

New Bike Tech and Design – Eurobike Gold Awards

The cycling world descends on Germany each year in August to attend Eurobike to see the latest and greatest bikes, accessories and gear. When the world’s biggest bike show kicks-off, the Eurobike Gold […]


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