Comeback_Jaques_Marais
Featured

Has your riding routine been derailed this winter? Regain your fitness with our simple plan.



Specialized-Shiv_0
Featured

The 2014 Tour de France offered riders just one time trial, a rolling 54km ride on Stage 20. With top placings on the line, and being the lone stage for TT specialists, every equipment choice was agonised over by teams. Here’s a look at the bikes they used.



BellStarPro
Featured

The world’s greatest bike race is a showcase for makers of bike equipment to launch new gear. From shoes to helmets to special pro-only accessories, here’s a look at what we spotted.



Costa-Seat
Featured

In celebration of the 2014 Tour de France’s three-week, 3,656km journey from Leeds in the UK to the iconic Champs-Elysees in central Paris—many sponsors have gone the extra mile by creating custom parts and paint for their riders. We’ve selected a few components that caught our eye.



SkyDogma
Featured

We take a look at the weapons the 22 teams riding the 2014 Tour de France have chosen for their journey to Paris.



Oli_Main
Featured

Our Gear Ed was in Switzerland last week for the launch of Scott’s 2015 range of mountain bikes. While the complete range will not be available in SA, we take a look at the bikes that were unveiled – some with the expected upgrades and a few rad developments!



  • Comeback_Jaques_Marais
  • Specialized-Shiv_0
  • BellStarPro
  • Costa-Seat
  • SkyDogma
  • Oli_Main

Recent Articles

CWG: Women’s Individual Time Trial (RESULTS)

Commonwealth Games Update: South Africans Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio and Heidi Dalton competed in the individual time trial on Thursday 31 July finishing 15th and 20th respectively.

Read more

Heads Up, Races Closing This Week!

Don’t miss out on all the races closing for online entry this week, enter now!

Read more

Marianne Vos Wins 2014 Giro Rosa, SA’s Moolman 13th

A dominant victory for Marianne Vos to win her third career Giro Rosa title. SA’s Ashleigh Moolman Pasio finishes 13th overall.

Read more

ED’S BLOG: An Unexpected Victory!

Wins are what all the sacrifices are for. But it doesn’t get better than one that’s unexpected with enough time to soak it up and cross the line solo! “I pinned my ears back and laid down the watts.”

Read more
Shadow to the left
Shadow to the right

Blogs

ED’S BLOG: An Unexpected Victory!

Wins are what all the sacrifices are for. But it doesn’t get better than one that’s unexpected with enough time to soak it up and cross the line solo! “I pinned my ears back and laid down the watts.”

Read more »

BRUCE’S BLOG: The Strangest Finish

25 days 7 hours and 52 minutes later and the Tour Divide has been conquered! But what a strange finish it was.

Read more »

BLOG: A Brutal Introduction To the Student Racing Scene

From getting dropped in the first eight minutes of a crit, to falling off the back of a charging bunch, to a KOM after doing 135km of racing, here is just a little insight into student cycling, and in particular the University Sports South Africa (USSA) Cycling 2014 tournament from a first year ‘newbie’.

Read more »
See All »