From working in high finance to announcing the Tour de France, Simon Gerrans has tackled multiple challenges since retiring in 2018.
Lucy Kennedy's Olympic ambitions could be determined by the leadership dynamics at Team BikeExchange this year.
Gigante takes GC lead after solo break, Durbridge retains overall in men's GC
Cadel Evans on the decisive Galibier stage in the 2011 Tour de France: 'I had to put every day of my 17-year career on the line'
In this book excerpt from 'Power of the Pedal — The Story of Australian Cycling,' author Rupert Guinness recounts the success of Kathy Watt, Anna Meares, and other Aussie Olympians.
VeloNews caught up with the ever-restless Aussie about building his own swimming pool and how life has changed since retiring last autumn.
Domestic four-stage race gets underway with wins for Durbridge and former Aussie road, MTB and 'cross champ Peta Mullens.
Cadel Evans takes us inside his 2011 Tour de France win; Lucy Kennedy on Australia's unorthodox talent camp; ranking Australia's top riders.
Author Daniel Oakman examines the 'Sublime son of Australia,' Hubert 'Oppy' Opperman, Australia's first cycling icon.
Aussie multi-sport star returned to the WorldTour in 2020 to shine at Kona, but ended up racing more than ever expected on the road.
After two-week quarantine, Tasmanian star will race in Australia this week.
In our Aussie Week reporting, we heard stories of Australian riders looking out for one another in the cutthroat European racing scene.
'Bling' is back on the Aussie-based Team BikeExchange with big ambitions
The future's so bright for 20-year-old phenom Sarah Gigante, who can win races on the road and in the virtual world.
Young Aussies stepped up to shine at last year's Giro to give fans Down Under the hope that their next GC star isn't far away.
Amanda Spratt steps into the captain's seat at Team BikeExchange following the departure of Annemiek van Vleuten.
Tour Down Under director Stuart O'Grady discusses the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 race.
Simon Gerrans and other Australian pros explain why the Tour Down Under is such an important race for the home riders.
Mat Hayman trained through the off-season to be able to retire at the Tour Down Under, and a home crowd, a beer and a team victory made it worth it.