We all know cycling is a great low impact form of exercise, but we need to co-exist with many obstacles on the roads, so it’s important to take some responsibility for our own safety to help reduce the risks. We can all initiate safer riding strategies, so here are my tips to help ensure you’ll always get home safe.
The Yakima Blockhead can be mounted onto a ute tray, boat, trailer, or virtually anywhere for easy bike transport or storage. I used it in my own custom built tow rack for my bike, with great results!
Having a squeaky clean drivetrain will not only help your components live a longer life, but your ride will be faster and quieter. Here’s my recommendation to keep your chain in top condition.
With the winter months fast approaching, I’ve tested the Wahoo KICKR indoor trainer. Its ease of use and loads of features make it a fun way to keep fit in any weather.
After opting for the Troy Lee Designs D3 Carbon Composite helmet, my second D3, TLD did not disappoint! Check out my review the pros and cons, and why I’m loving this helmet.
Here’s how the Fox Racing Ranger Gel Gloves fared after being put to the test at the Mont 24hr race in Canberra.
If you are a Campagnolo aficionado or love your cycling heritage, the Bora has long been Campagnolo’s flagship racing wheel. Pushys sponsored athlete, Ricky Swindale, gives the lowdown on the Bora One Dark Label full carbon clinchers.
The Vittoria Rubino is a great value tyre that stands up to the punishment from rough roads while still being a competitive weight, making it a great option for everyday riding and even the odd race.
With the use of interactive applications, the Wahoo KICKR trainer can bring the outside riding experience direct to your home.
The original bike was a great design so I was excited to see how Giant had improved their next generation frame, and the 2017 Giant Trinity Advanced Pro 1 did not disappoint.