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Tim Renowden

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Tim Renowden has been following professional cycling closely since Indurain won his first Tour. An ex-runner, now a club grade bike racer, Tim tweets about sport at @megabicicleta.

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Haussler’s experience trumps youth at Australian Championships

Haussler's experience trumps youth at Australian Championships

12 Jan 2015

It was a classic story of the seasoned pro upstaging the fancied prodigy. But Heinrich Haussler, a 30-year-old who has stood on the podium at some of the world’s most prestigious races, needed every bit of his experience to overcome an effervescent 20-year-old, Caleb Ewan. Even if Haussler is not exactly the forgotten man of […]

Gerrans’ shattered collarbone gives rivals a chance at Road Nationals

Gerrans' shattered collarbone gives rivals a chance at Road Nationals

23 Dec 2014

Simon Gerrans has crashed in training, broken his collarbone and will miss all the races of the Australian summer. It’s a disaster for Gerrans, who won’t be able to defend his Road National Championship or Tour Down Under titles, and it’s a major blow for his team. The upshot for the rest of us is […]

Ain’t it a fine time to be on a bike?

Ain't it a fine time to be on a bike?

12 Nov 2014

It might be pro road cycling’s off-season, but the traditional Aussie summer thwack of leather on willow is now competing with the sounds of spinning freewheels and the insistent clacking of plastic cleats on cafe floors. Yes, the sun is out, the tan lines are crisping up nicely, and Australia’s cycling community is putting a […]

Follow the money: Team name and roster changes for 2015

Follow the money: Team name and roster changes for 2015

21 Oct 2014

Well, this is nearly it. The 2014 pro cycling season has burned down to a few scattered embers, the Northern Hemisphere cyclocross season has started, and most of the pro road-peloton is off enjoying a few of life’s pleasures, guilt free. The World Tour champion has been decided – veteran Spaniard Alejandro Valverde’s consistency securing […]

Instead of punishing dirty cyclists, should we reward the clean?

Instead of punishing dirty cyclists, should we reward the clean?

14 Oct 2014

Cycling’s perennial bugbear – doping – has reared its head again, with highly visible EPO positives to the Iglinskiy brothers, the rather limp response from their Astana team, and the evident toothlessness of the MPCC group which claims to safeguard clean cycling. For all the talk about ‘different’ racing styles, biological passports and a new […]

Ferrand-Prevot the next superstar of women’s cycling

Ferrand-Prevot the next superstar of women's cycling

30 Sep 2014

In the end it was just a few pedal strokes too far for Marianne Vos, and the rainbow jersey was seized by one of cycling’s most exciting emergent forces, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot. The Frenchwoman, who at just 22 has been the revelation of the 2014 season, didn’t need to be asked twice, and launched herself off […]

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