So, you have your brand new bike, you have all of the accessories, and you have the great kit to wear on it. Feels good, doesn’t it. You start to get a bit serious about your riding, but no matter what you do, something’s not quite right – you have upgrade-itis. To cure it (or at least temporarily treat it), most cyclists start by upgrading the wheels. For less than $1,000 you can usually get a lighter and more aerodynamic wheelset which, irrespective of whether you compete or enjoy being a weekend warrior, can make a real difference. But is the performance improvement the best […]
A cycling media colleague suggested I check out DING, a local bike product. It’s not a bell, as the name may suggest, rather an Australian designed bike light moving to […]
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I like products made for cyclists by cyclists, and when they’re Australian cyclists, it’s much more likely to address my situation, since I’m also an Australian cyclist. Made in Adelaide, […]
The Tour Down Under Bupa Challenge Tour (Stage Four) was to be 151.7km of riding over a hilly course on the 23rd of January. I hadn’t ridden more than 150km […]
Sydney based industrial designer Bruce Hanlee launched TwoWheelCool (TWC) in 2012 with his first cycling accessory called airhead, a spikey looking silicon liner for your helmet to give you more […]
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