Cycling & MTB

Sat 14 Apr 2018

Gold medal is ‘a big f---ing deal’

Gold medal is ‘a big f---ing deal’

Eight years after claiming bronze in Delhi, Chloe Hosking has won the women’s cycling road race at the Commonwealth Games and let slip the F word

Fri 13 Apr 2018

Elvin ready to do Australia proud in road race

Elvin ready to do Australia proud in road race

EACH loop starts at Currumbin beach and is mostly flat apart from some short but punchy climbs.

Wed 11 Apr 2018

$10,000 worth of rare bikes stolen

$10,000 worth of rare bikes stolen

SMALL business owner suffers set-back with thieves stealing three valuable mountain bikes.

Mon 9 Apr 2018

Inside Australian cycling’s rebuild

Inside Australian cycling’s rebuild

FROM banning phones at dinner to putting a rubber duck in the ice bath to training in a heat chamber — Australian cycling is fast rebuilding

The place you can find Fraser Coast between Malaysia and PNG

The place you can find Fraser Coast between Malaysia and PNG

Where you can find Fraser Coast between Malaysia and PNG

Cyclist dies in Paris-Roubaix tragedy

Cyclist dies in Paris-Roubaix tragedy

The cycling community is in mourning after Belgian rider Michael Goolaerts died following a cardiac arrest during the Paris-Roubaix classic.

Sun 8 Apr 2018

Welsford aims for Tokyo, with one eye on madison event

Welsford aims for Tokyo, with one eye on madison event

AUSTRALIA'S Cameron Meyer and ACA-Ride Sunshine Coast's Leigh Howard helped make it an up-tempo race for Welsford to capitalise on.

Kerby to reassess future after missing Games medal

Kerby to reassess future after missing Games medal

Former world individual pursuit champion Jordan Kerby will reassess his future after he failed to win a medal in his pet event at the Commonwealth Games.

Sat 7 Apr 2018

Welsford snatches scratch race gold despite broken visor

Welsford snatches scratch race gold despite broken visor

A broken visor couldn't stop a sensational Sam Welsford from snatching the 15km scratch race gold medal.

Meares pep-talk helps McCulloch overcome the odds

Meares pep-talk helps McCulloch overcome the odds

She overcome a career-threatening injury, motivation issues, non-selection and a battle with depression that saw her consider leaving the sport four years ago.

Kerby downplays Kiwi's 'disrespectful' gesture

Kerby downplays Kiwi's 'disrespectful' gesture

Gold medal-winning team pursuit cyclist Jordan Kerby has downplayed suggestions of disrespect from New Zealand rider Dylan Kennett.

Fri 6 Apr 2018

Cycling fans on record watch after individual pursuit mayhem

Cycling fans on record watch after individual pursuit mayhem

Will this be the night someone breaks the 4min 10sec barrier?

New Zealand hit with its own cheating scandal

New Zealand hit with its own cheating scandal

NEW Zealand has been gripped by a national cheating scandal of their own just days after scolding Australia over the cricket ball-tampering fiasco.

Wed 4 Apr 2018

Olympic experience bolsters Welsford hopes

Olympic experience bolsters Welsford hopes

SAM Welsford is hopeful his previous international experiences will bolster his mental fortitude when it comes to those decisive moments at the Games.

Riders in pursuit of gold on day one of Games

Riders in pursuit of gold on day one of Games

THE managing director of ACA and 2006 kilo gold medallist said they're ready to fly.

Howard returns to the track on hunt for gold

Howard returns to the track on hunt for gold

AFTER a long stint on the blacktop, ACA-Ride Sunshine Coast cyclist Leigh Howard is back where his passion lies.

Young gun wary of competition on the velodrome

Young gun wary of competition on the velodrome

"AT the moment there's no guarantees for any certain event but obviously the team pursuit in the number one priority and the main focus.”

Tue 3 Apr 2018

Morton not into mind games

Morton not into mind games

AUSTRALIA’S top female sprinter Stephanie Morton combines cycling with studying criminology at university but doesn’t buy into the mind games or psychological...

Sun 18 Mar 2018

How a microscopic parasite sidetracked Mal's pro career

How a microscopic parasite sidetracked Mal's pro career

Maryborough-born cyclist Mal Rudolph fought a mystery bug for two years before he learned the cause of the infection.

O'Brien gears up for top debut at Commonwealth Games

O'Brien gears up for top debut at Commonwealth Games

AUSTRALIAN Cycling Academy teenager Kelland O'Brien says preparations towards achieving "something special” on the Commonwealth Games stage are well on track.

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