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Cycling Xero executive Drew Unsworth would like a little more pulling power - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Cycling Xero executive Drew Unsworth would like a little more pulling power
The Australian Financial Review
Drew Unsworth's tip? Sign up for a big event that will stretch you and force you to train. Supplied. by Kim Irving. Drew Unsworth broke his collarbone in Singapore. Undeterred, he boarded a flight to Vietnam, only to regret it. The Xero digital and ...


Double for cycling star - The West Australian

The West Australian

Double for cycling star
The West Australian
Another stellar season of cycling has earned Craig Wiggins Albany's highest individual sporting accolade, the overall Albany Sportsperson of the Year award, last Friday night. Earlier in the night Wiggins was named the junior category winner at the ...


Funding agency has "serious concerns" over British Cycling case - ESPN

ESPN

Funding agency has "serious concerns" over British Cycling case
ESPN
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has voiced "serious concerns" over the handling of the allegations against former British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton. Former Great Britain rider Jess Varnish claimed Sutton used sexist language towards ...
UK Sport 'concerns' over Jess Varnish affair add to British Cycling's troublesEurosport.com AU

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How dangerous is cycling? - Crikey (registration) (blog)

Crikey (registration) (blog)

How dangerous is cycling?
Crikey (registration) (blog)
The transport norm is reinforced in other ways. For example, cycling promotion campaigns with safety-oriented messages such as “Share the road” have, perhaps unwittingly, strengthened the social framing of cycling as an activity that is inherently ...


It took 24 cyclists three days to cycle 300km. - Great Lakes Advocate

Great Lakes Advocate

It took 24 cyclists three days to cycle 300km.
Great Lakes Advocate
A deep sense of pride sustained 24 riders as they made their way over the iconic Forster Bridge at the end of a 300 kilometre journey. Riding to support children fighting cancer they endured 15 flat tyres, flash rain showers and a challenging grind out ...


Epic cycling journey from Indian to Pacific - The West Australian

The West Australian

Epic cycling journey from Indian to Pacific
The West Australian
The mind says stuff the bullshit I will go. This is the point you have to stop thinking, always go go go... This is a mind game nothing else.” These are the words of Steffen Streich, a German ultra-endurance cyclist who came to Perth to tackle the ...
Indian Pacific Wheel Race cyclist Kristof Allegaert passes AdelaideABC Online

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Rocky mum: Teens should embrace cycling to school | CQ News - Central Queensland news

Central Queensland news

Rocky mum: Teens should embrace cycling to school | CQ News
Central Queensland news
Why this family have ditched the car on the school run.

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Bike club president shares most popular cycling routes north of Brisbane - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Bike club president shares most popular cycling routes north of Brisbane
Courier Mail
BICYCLE riders of all ages and levels have a number of options for getting out and taking rides, according to Moreton Bay Cycling Club president Simon Meyer. He said the new Petrie to Redcliffe bikeway that stretched 12.6km and ran parallel to the rail ...


ON REVIEW: ENDLESS CYCLING APPAREL - CyclingTips

CyclingTips

ON REVIEW: ENDLESS CYCLING APPAREL
CyclingTips
Cycling is fellowship and respect, is stopping to help someone on the road, is waving when you see a fellow cyclist.” This quote comes directly from the Endless website and it should be at the forefront of every cyclist's mind when out riding. I ride ...


Cycling champ Wiggins slams doping claims - SBS

The Independent

Cycling champ Wiggins slams doping claims
SBS
Retired British cycling star Bradley Wiggins has vowed to "shock a few people" when he finally has his say on doping allegations. The Tour de France winner and five-time Olympic champion described the claims he may have broken anti-doping rules - which ...
Sir Bradley Wiggins labels British Cycling's marginal gains policy a 'load of rubbish'The Independent
Bradley Wiggins SLAMS cycling boss Dave Brailsford: Why marginal gains is RUBBISHExpress.co.uk
Dr Richard Freeman's response in Team Sky/British Cycling saga 'leaves major questions outstanding'Cycling Weekly
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