Brisbane local, Dave McAdam, will embark on an epic 4300km ride across Australia to raise money for research towards finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis.
Preparing for an endurance event requires a lot of training. Recognising the difference between too much and too little training can mean avoiding time out for injuries, illness and fatigue.
Having travelled overseas for the last seven years to compete, here are some tips I’ve learnt to help you take your bike on your next adventure.
Michelle Cooper shares her excitement about her new Boardman SLR Endurance 9.2, and how she’s found the transition after riding a TT bike for years.
If you’re hearing that annoying creaking noise when you’re out enjoying a ride, don’t ignore it – here are some tips to help diagnose your bike’s complaints.
There is nothing better than strapping up your shoes, wearing your favourite kit and heading out in the warm sun for a ride. But what happens when the sky turns grey and it starts raining?
The answer? Maximise your workout with an indoor training session.
Living in QLD, I suffer a very mild winter compared to most, but I still feel the cold in a big way. Here are the essentials that keep me riding through winter.
Mental game is a key ingredient to being a great competitor. Pushys sponsored athlete, Janine Jungels, shares her tips for a helpful cognitive training technique to take your competition training to the next level!
Each year I travel to five or six races with my bike. so a couple of years ago I opted for the Scicon Aerocomfort Triathlon Bag, and it has changed the way I travel for races.
Pushys sponsored athlete, Michelle Cooper, gives us the lowdown on the JetBlack Z1.