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How will the July 2018 removal of the GST...

On 1. July 2018, Australian shoppers and overseas retailers will face changes as the $1000 GST free threshold on low-value imported goods to Australia is being removed. Overseas retailers who sell more than $75,000 in goods annually to Australian buyers will be required to collect GST (Goods and Services Tax) at the point of sale. To date, overseas online orders such as tyres and lower value bike parts saved on both GST as well as customs duty and administration costs. The changes means that you still don’t have the customs duty and administration costs on these low-value imports, but now […]

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Monton Cycle Clothing in Review: The Lycra Tiger returns

A little over 18 months ago, I reviewed some cycling kit from Chinese brand, Monton Sports. I went in with prejudice but was pleasantly surprised […]

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2018 Australian Bicycle Summit in Sydney with Transport for...

The Australian Bicycle Summit is yearly event that combines a few components – all with an underlying drive to improving cycling in Australia. The Australian […]

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Photo Gallery: Berlin Bike Show – The Hottest Cycling...

The Berlin Bike Show (Fahrradschau Berlin) has established itself as a launchpad for new bike products and platform for brands who are offside the mainstream. […]

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Interview: Trent Fitzgibbins of M2O Industries – Australian Compression...

One of the brains behind the successful Australian brand JetBlack is Trent Fitzgibbins and in 2017 he launched a new brand called M2O Industries which […]

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The QUOC Gran Tourer Cycling Shoes for Bike Touring...

When QUOC launched their gorgeous Night lace-up road cycling shoes, the UK brand was like a butterfly emerging from the chrysalis, they had evolved. Now […]

Australian Cyclevision Helmet with Front + Rear Video Capture

Australian and international statistics* reveal that in bike and car collisions, the driver is at fault in a majority of cases. Even though a bicycle […]