Favourite Ride: First Lookout

The Cypress, Grouse and Seymour mountains form an integral section of the Vancouver skyline, and is the year-round playground for adventurists of all disciplines. In winter, all three mountains are the destination for all snow sport enthusiasts, while the summer… Read more »

Life, Death and the Art of Cycling

Our friends at Podia take us on a trip through the countryside to give us a deeper insight into the beauty of Polish cycling. If you look closely, you can spot one of the first Festka bikes.

Cicli Corsa: Colle di Tenda

Cicli Corsa and their friends Cani Sciolti Valtellina just put together this astounding video of a ride up — and down — their local mountains, the Ligurian and Maritime Alps. Forget the Giro — for me, this sums up everything… Read more »

Insight: House Velo

Just a little something to brighten your day: House Industries takes us on a short film adventure that explores the inspiration behind their Velo collection.

Insight: Cicli Spirito

The 2014 Sydney Rides Festival is a two week celebration of cycling in the Harbour City, organised by the City Council. Its increasing popularity is a good indicator of how far the city has come in accepting cycling as a… Read more »

Insight: Donhou Bicycles

The 2014 Tour de France seems like a lifetime ago, but it’ll stick in my mind because I was fortunate enough to be in the UK and be part of the Yorkshire Grand Depart. While I was there, I made… Read more »

Insight: Ride Media HQ

RIDE Cycling Review is Australia’s premier magazine about the world’s most beautiful sport. The publisher also produces the official Aussie Tour de France guide, which always astounds me with its quality of presentation and is my constant companion for those… Read more »