Breaking Away

To kibosh something is to quickly bring it to an end, but this England-based cycling team are far from finished putting the heart back in amateur road racing. For photographer and Kibosh founder Josh Greet, cycling hasn’t been a lifelong passion but

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Bixie: Wooden balance bike for kids

The Bixie balance bike was designed to look just like a big kid’s ride, with the bonus of being crafted from natural materials. Made for kiddos from one-and-a-half to four years old, its frame is created from solid European beechwood finished with

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Dinner Plain Bike Park opens

Dinner Plain sits nestled in pristine Alpine National Park on The Great Alpine Road, creating a magnificent setting for trails. In November, the Dinner Plain Bike Park is officially opening which includes 20 kilometres of new trails flowing around the alpine village,

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Spring Cycle 2019

Sydneysiders, this one’s for you! On October 13, cyclists of all ages and abilities can join in on Spring Cycle – the only cycling event that gives riders the chance to ride on the road across the Sydney Harbour Bridge car-free. There’s

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All that glitters

We first met Herman Vanhulsteijn, in his Arnhem workshop, back in 2011. His head-turning bicycles, then dubbed ‘Cyclone’ had attracted a small following, impressed first by the aesthetic but then by the ride. Handcrafted from steel, Vanhulsteijn bicycles have continued to grow

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