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In conversation with Leeana James

If you think Lycra is just for dorks and gearheads, you should have a chat with Melbourne’s track cycling star, Leeana James. Cutting a striking figure in a black 4Shaw skinsuit, immaculate red lipstick and a haircut that carves to a sharp

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Red Bull Foxhunt

On October 7–8, 200 mountain bike riders gathered in Machynlleth, Wales, for the annual all-female Red Bull Foxhunt race. The premise of the event is that the double century of female riders set off on a downhill course en masse with the

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CycleStyle x 10/10 Pop-Up Shop

Joyce Watts liked to ride her bike everywhere. She didn’t want to wear figure-unforgiving lycra and use black bike accessories – but in all the bike shops she looked she couldn’t find fashionable cycling bags, accessories and clothing for men and women that

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Distance makes the difference

New minimum passing distance laws (MPDL) came into force in Tasmania this week. From now on, motorists must be at least one metre from a bike rider when passing on roads up to 60 kilometres an hour, and one-and-a-half metres on roads over

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Bike City: Berlin

Berlin may not be constructed like your typical bike-friendly city but a combination of laws, new infrastructure and community programs are changing up the landscape. Berlin is a sprawling city full of cobblestones and tram tracks – features not normally associated with

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Alex Hotchin is borderless

Borderless – The Story of a Two Wheeled Adventure is Alex Hotchin’s telling of the worlds she encountered on a 17,000-kilometre overland bicycle journey from Glasgow, Scotland to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. A series of 15 illustrated maps, the she tells the tale of

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