Five reasons why bike rider registration is stupid

You will be hard pressed to find a bike rider who thinks bike rider registration and license plates are fantastic ideas. Tabloid newspapers and shock-jocks, however, bring up the topic with each anti-bike-rider story or rant. It’s a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist, but there are a lot of supporters who share the view that bike rider registration and licenses means that cyclists are finally accountable and are paying for their right to use the roads. The fact is that everyone will be worse off with registration and/or licensing, including the vehement anti-cyclists. In New South Wales, following several […]

Part Two: Bike Fitting for Comfort, Efficiency and Reduced...

Think about each of your contact points on a bike: backside, feet and hands. While they each play a different role, they need to be […]

Interview: Caterham Bicycles have the WOW factor

When a new brand enters the market it is hard to get it right. On the one hand there is the opportunity to deliver a […]

Interview: Adam Johnson Driving Australian Online Bike Sales for...

Last week Wiggle announced that they are opening an office in Sydney, their first overseas office and a move which symbolises the value of online […]

The Rise Of The Uber-Mamil

Over 40? Over weight? Over budget on your last bike purchase? You’re not just a mamil (middle aged man in lycra), you’re a special type […]

Part 1: Bike Fitting for Comfort, Efficiency and Reduced...

Getting ’sized up’ for a bicycle only gets you half way, according to Scott Holz, Global Director for the Body Geometry brand, “Sizing is anything where […]

Wiggle opens their first overseas office in Sydney, Australia

Overseas online bike shops are criticised by Australian business as they ‘cost local jobs’ and Wiggle CEO Stefan Barden confirms, “it’s no surprise that the […]