Cycling Safety in the wake of the Melbourne Dooring

What was most shocking about the dooring incident on Monday night in which a female cyclist was knocked down by a passenger exiting a taxi in Melbourne was that the passenger didn’t help the fallen cyclist, refused to provide their details and turned to insulting the cyclist. Cyclists are second-class road users; they are more vulnerable in a collision, their rights on the road are often uncertain and, as a motoring nation, cyclists are not exactly welcome on the roads. In the dooring incident on Collins Street in Melbourne, the Victorian police confirmed that the cyclist was riding legally and […]

New Shimano MTB XTR Groupset and Wheels – XTR...

Yesterday Shimano Australia announced the release of the new XTR groupset and wheelsets for MTB. There are a lot of options in the XTR range […]

New Top Model Garmin GPS Cycle Computer: Edge 1000

Garmin Australia have just announced the new Edge 1000 which now takes top spot in their GPS Cycling Computer lineup. While the unit appears larger, […]

New Shimano 105 Groupset and Mechanical Shifting for Hydraulic...

Shimano chose April fools day to release their new 105 road cycling groupset along with new road bike hydraulic disc brake system compatible with mechanical […]

Review: Bartime BW38 aluminium wheelset

The upper-end aluminium wheelset market is a growing segment in road cycling. Newcomer to the market, Bartime, is a Taiwanese manufacturer who has entered the […]

Cannondale Sports Unlimited Australia part of Monza Imports

Cannondale Sports Unlimited Australia, with brands Cannondale, GT, Mongoose, Schwinn and Sugoi, have announced today that Monza Imports is taking over the Australian marketing and […]

The Oakley Experience: Customise your Cycling Sunnies like a...

Oakley are really proud of their new in-store sunglass customisation service and said to me “Christopher, you have to check it out”. It’s really straight […]