GALLERY: Twilight Crits @ Newington Armory

Lucky enough to spend last night taking snaps at the opening round of Lidcombe-Auburn CC’s twilight crits for 2018/19. Perfect weather, amazing light, good sized fields. What more could a photographer want? Newington Armory near Sydney Olympic Park is a great little circuit, short, slick and ridiculously picturesque. If you’re in Sydney and haven’t raced … More GALLERY: Twilight Crits @ Newington Armory

The great danger myth

There are many recurring conversations in road cycling. Leg shaving. Tyre choice. PEDs and TUEs. Gear ratios. Coffee preference. The list goes on. But one of the more common conversations I’ve heard a fair bit over the years goes along the lines of this: “Yeah, I’d love to race, but it’s way too dangerous. I’d … More The great danger myth

Grand. Canaria.

RIDE REVIEW: Gran Canaria in the Spanish Canary Islands Dogs, not birds. I’m reliably informed, rather than the yellow birds of the same name, dogs are in fact what the Canary Islands are named after. As in canine. True or not, according to Wikipedia the name Islas Canarias is likely derived from the Latin name ‘Canariae Insulae’, meaning ‘Island … More Grand. Canaria.

Which road to take?

  It’s a dilemma facing middle-aged club racers all over Australia. You’re good, but you could be better. You’re fit, but you could be fitter. If only you had the time… There comes a time in every club racing cyclist’s life when he or she has to make a choice. Before you are two roads. … More Which road to take?

Dear Australia

Dear Australia, Okay cobbers. This isn’t funny any more. Stabbings? Riders being intentionally rammed by cars? Full bottles being pelted from car windows? Supposedly mature adults publicly making light of life-threatening behaviour against cyclists as if we somehow deserve it simply for being there? I wanted to say a few things before any more innocent … More Dear Australia