Scott McGrory

Australian cycling isn’t ready for Cadel Evans to retire

When the Giro d’Italia ended yesterday Australia’s Cadel Evans told reporters that his eighth-place finish was far from what he was hoping for, but that he wouldn’t be beating himself up about it. And while many are asking when the 37-year-old will call an end to his long and illustrious career, he seems to have […]

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Dean Woods responds to Charlie Walsh Criticism

Off the back of the World Track Championships in Colombia last week, I asked Scott McGrory to write some anecdotes about his time under former AIS track coach Charlie Walsh. I’ve heard many stories from that era that have never seen the light of day, but what I didn’t anticipate was the enormous response the […]

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The human cost of gold medals

Earlier this week we published a piece written by Scott McGrory in which he reflected on his time under Australian Insitute of Sport (AIS) track coach Charlie Walsh. It was only fair that we reached out to Mr. Walsh to get his reply to Scott’s piece, but we also wanted to hear his perspectives on […]

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Reflecting On A ‘Legend’ : Charlie Walsh

Off the back of Australia’s Team Pursuit World Championship title last week in Cali, Colombia, Scott McGrory reflects on the AIS track coach who started it all – for better or for worse – Charlie Walsh.

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Bridging the gap: Just how good is Australia’s National Road Series?

In a little more than a month the Men’s Subaru National Road Series (NRS) gets underway for 2014. The series will see Australia’s best domestic teams and riders compete in 11 races in seven states and territories around the country. And while the standard of the NRS has never been higher, how does it compare […]

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The Bike Lane :: Season 1, Episode 5

In Episode 5 of The Bike Lane we talk about the WorldTour format and if it even matters, a review of the Tour Down Under, Matty Goss’ performance to date, Tweet of the Week, Meet the Elite with Philippe Gilbert, Pro Mechanic tip with BMC, and some words of wisdom from DS’s Addy Engels (Shimano […]

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The Bike Lane :: Season 1, Episode 4

In this special episode of The Bike Lane, Matt Keenan, Scott McGrory and myself discuss the one thing that we hope we never have to talk about again – Lance Armstrong.

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The Bike Lane :: Season 1, Episode 2

In Episode 2 of the Bike Lane, Matt Keenan, Scott McGrory and I discuss the same things many of you are talking about; Drug testing at the club level, Caleb Ewan’s emerging cult status, a chat about the Women’s race at the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic (a.k.a. Bay Crits), tips on how to corner faster […]

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The Bike Lane :: Season 1, Episode 1

A few months ago Matt Keenan, Scott McGrory and I began talking about an idea for a video series with debate, analysis and interviews. We wanted to highlight the topics being argued about at cafes after training rides and something that road cycling enthusiasts can enjoy without it being patronising or dumbed-down. It’s finally come […]

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Where Are They Now? Scott McGrory

For a long time now I’ve wanted to do a “Where Are They Now” piece with Scott McGrory. He’s an incredibly down to earth guy who’s doing a remarkable job on the other side of his professional cycling career. Fox TV have beat us to it and they tell one of his stories better than […]

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