Simon Gerrans

Santos Tour Down Under: stage 6 report and photos

Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE) might only have been leading Cadel Evans (BMC) by one second going into the final stage of this year’s Santos Tour Down Under, but in reality the general classification was never likely to change after last night. The final-stage circuit race around the streets of Adelaide was won convincingly by Andre Gripel […]


Gerrans targets Tour of Flanders, Hayman key

When you think of Simon Gerrans and what he’s yet to achieve in his cycling palmares, you think of that elusive Amstel Gold, the World Championships, and even Liège-Bastogne-Liège that he spoke about last season. But as Orica-GreenEDGE Director Matt White told us, the Tour of Flanders is what Simon Gerrans will be targeting in […]


Chasing Le Tour: Winners are grinners!

Orica-GreenEDGE reconned stage 3 of this year’s Tour de France a week or so before the race and decided it was suited to Simon Gerrans. They built their day around Gerro and it couldn’t have worked out better.


Australia Day Backstage Pass

Dan Jones is the man behind Orica-GreenEDGE’s Backstage Pass and this Australia Day episode is extra special with Gerro taking the win up Old Willunga Hill. Have a watch and enjoy. It’s absolute gold. Just plug your kid’s ears at the end when Matty Wilson begins celebrating.


Tour Down Under Shoddy Interviews :: Matty Lloyd, Simon Gerrans, Jonathan Cantwell

In today’s Tour Down Under shoddy interviews we speak to Matty Lloyd about the crash on the corkscrew, Gerro gives his thoughts on a World Tour race in New Zealand, and Cantwell talks about Saxo’s off season team building camp.


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 […]


Melbourne Criterium Sprint Championships – Entries Close Today!

There’s still room left for some Elite teams as well as graded racers for this SKCC’s Melbourne Criterium Sprint Championships this Sunday. Entries close today so if you don’t sign up, you’ll be missing one of the biggest and richest criteriums in Australia.


7 Peaks Summer Challenge

It’s been a couple days now for it all to settle in, but this past weekend was one of the best trips to the Victorian Alps I’ve had in recent memory. Tourism North East arranged for an itinerary of absolutely everything I love to do within a 3-4hr drive away, and most importantly, Mrs CT […]


Descending Mount Buller With Gerro

Over the weekend Simon Gerrans and I rode to the top of Mt Buller from Mansfield. It took us about 50 minutes to ascend, but holding onto the wheel of one of the best descenders of the world took us to the bottom in about 13 mins. Gerro looks calm, cool and collected, but I […]


Gerro’s Milan-San Remo Power Analysis

Have you ever wondered what it would take to win a classic like Milan-San Remo? What it would be like to follow Cancellara’s wheel while “lactate was coming out of his ears”? Well, Gerro being the great guy that he is shared his Milan-San Remo SRM files which gives an excellent insight to what it […]