Aussie Success in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro del Trentino

What a great week it was for Australian Riders as the Spring Classics come to an end.  More of that later, but first up. __________________________________ The Giro. Its just over a week away. OMG, hasn't that come around quickly. If you think you need reminding, you can add reminders into your calendar through the following … Continue reading Aussie Success in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro del Trentino

Rohan Dennis – Yeehaa!

One of last weeks postings looked at naked Ti bike in Australia. I have an apology to make.  I missed Baum, as pointed out to me by Darren from Brisbane. In Darrens words "I own a Baum Cubano and its friggen brilliant." Baum Cubano. Enve 2.0 fork. Integrated cable routing for Ultegra Di2 group. 3T … Continue reading Rohan Dennis – Yeehaa!

“19 years of professional racing, so it’s time to move on”

This was going to be a post titled "What would Jens do?". But with the announcement overnight from Stuey, I had to change it. You would have all heard that Australia's Stuart O'Grady has called time on his cycling career, a day after completing a 17th Tour de France. It was meant to be after next … Continue reading “19 years of professional racing, so it’s time to move on”

Team e-Ratajkowski

We've all heard, seen and read about the Sky exploits over the last few weeks, but what about the competition for that other famous jersey, the Maillot Noir. It's pleasing to see that not only did Orica GreenEdge have a great start to the Tdf, but they have thrown some team members back to fight … Continue reading Team e-Ratajkowski