After years of discussion, there is change ahead. Maybe.
Still a swing voter? There are bike things to mull over while eating your democracy sausage.
The Australian time trial champion has had to come back from a huge setback to make her dream come true in Tokyo after she broke her collarbone, fibula, and elbow in a crash in April.
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.
Author Daniel Oakman examines the 'Sublime son of Australia,' Hubert 'Oppy' Opperman, Australia's first cycling icon.
In our Aussie Week reporting, we heard stories of Australian riders looking out for one another in the cutthroat European racing scene.
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.
Australian women’s cycling is looking back on a turbulent few weeks, between team selection dramas, question marks over development paths and uncertainty about exactly what a sharpened focus on Olympic medal performance will mean for road cycling support. It's the type of turmoil you often see when things are at a low ebb, in need of a drastic shake-up to address a slide in performance. However, that just doesn’t fit with the reality for women’s cycling right now. Quite simply when it comes to Australia’s women’s cycling performance, there is plenty of cause for celebration.
Australian National Team results at Trophee d’Or play integral part of Australia’s success in Europe in 2015
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What I don't want is for the AOC to have egg on its face like cycling has," says Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates
The Aussies point toward the pressure bearing down on Olympic hosts and expect a wide-open race around Box Hill
Mick Rogers finally riding for yellow at the Tour, plus the peloton loses eight riders today
South Australian Alexis Rhodes (GreenEdge-AIS) won the women's race, marking her fifth national victory and fourth criterium title
Old Willunga Hill — and Lance Fever — remains the highlight of the Santos Tour Down Under
Reading Judy Freeman's new Singletrack.com column won't be anywhere near as painful than when she tweaked her hand in Australia as part of the USA Cycling team during the 2009 MTB World Championships. Read Freeman's "Life as a Bike Jockey" to learn how she is getting a grip on things.
As a trail runner for over 30 years and sometime mountain biker I can assure you that trail runners never forget about horseback riders
Russia's Irina Kalentieva earns the rainbow jersey in Australia after passing the race leader in the final 4k of cross-country race. The USA's Willow Koerber takes third, Heather Irmiger 10th and Canada's Catharine Pendrel sixth. Complete Results
In the first Mountain Bike World Championship event since the Beijing Olympics, American XC athletes will square off against rivals from across the globe in the only Olympic discipline of off-road cycling.