Top 5 Time Trial Tips with Luke Durbridge
January 17, 2013
Luke Durbridge is being compared to Fabian Cancellara and has some early career palmares to justify this. Both were extremely successful in the U23 time trials and you can already see glimpses of genius in prologues for Durbridge. In his first year as a professional he beat Wiggins in the Critérium du Dauphiné prologue and […]
The Bike Lane :: Season 1, Episode 3
January 15, 2013
We’re in the midst of a Golden Era of Australian cycling and in Episode 3 of the Bike Lane, Matt Keenan, Scott McGrory and I chat about the same things you’re talking about; The pending Oprah interview with Lance Armstrong; Climbing tips with Simon Clarke; Should the Nationals stay in Ballarat?; recap on the National […]
Durbridge Does The Double
January 14, 2013
It’s been another eventful week of racing here in Australia with the 2013 National Championships coming to a close yesterday. GreenEDGE cleaned up in the Elite women’s and men’s events and twenty-one year old Luke Durbridge was the star of the weekend by taking home both the ITT and Road Race titles. He’s the first […]
Backstage Pass With Durbo
January 14, 2013
Follow Sports director Matt Wilson and Robbie McEwen for all the action in and out of the team car as 21 year old Luke Durbridge wins his first Elite Men Australian Road title in front of a huge crowd in Buningyong Victoria.
Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic Stage 2
January 2, 2013
The Bay Crits aren’t the best place for pros or amateurs to race if you’re looking for an ego boost. The hot dog circuit held in Geelong last evening is a good example of what happens to poorly positioned riders, but this Portarlington course is just plain hard.
Wednesday, June 6 News Shorts
June 6, 2012
Here’s what has been making headlines throughout the past week and what is coming up… Aussies lead in Dauphiné; Over to Evans…; Contador to join Saxo Bank?; Sánchez leaving Euskaltel?; Nibali leaves Liquigas; Bravo Bos!