This short documentary is an ode to the thrills and excitement of cycling.
One of the unique features of racing in Australia is the “Wheelrace”. A key feature of the country carnivals, this exciting format pits world champions against club racers in what is otherwise an Australian tradition.
A closer look at the Look L96 that Malaysia’s Azizul Awang rode on his way to a Keirin bronze medal at this year’s London Track Cycling World Championships.
With all the current discussions surrounding the massive amounts of money being spent by the world’s track cycling super powers in the chase for Olympic Gold, back in the real world athletes can still obtain off the shelf machines worthy of a World Championship winning ride.
Mark from Cycling Maven put together this hot little piece on the Bendigo Madison.
Defending champions Dan Fitter and Callum Scotson produced one of the best performances in Bendigo International Madison history on Sunday night with a final 30 lap chase to take the win over Europeans, Nick Stoepler and Christian Grassmann.
Although over a second off the world record time of 3:51.659 (set by team GB in 2012), last night’s Gold medal winning time of 3:52.727 was not far off the mark and suggests that this year’s Rio Olympics are going to be next level.
You get out there onto the track and you race. This is the Maloja Pushbikers’ story of the London Six Day in October 2015 – and beyond.
A track of only 166.67 metres short means short straights and steep banking. This onboard footage from Maloja Pushbiker rider Christian Grasman shows us how quick it can be.
In this documentary, French sprint World Champion François Pervis, he discusses his preparations and experiences of the Japanese Keirin circuit.