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Sign up to our FeedStation newsletter, we won’t overfeed your inbox – but we will keep it well hydrated with the latest news from the cycling world, product – bike tests, social ride details, trip launch details – training, travel and general tips we’ve learnt from years of travelling to the pro races.
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Ciao Pat, Grace and The Team
With its enormous historical and cultural wealth, and immense versatility, Flanders is truly unique. While each of Flander’s cities is easily worthy of an entire trip, here are some of the can’t miss cities and their highlights. Brussels The capital of Belgium hosts a wide range of epic attractions. Some of our favourites to […]
We’re pretty excited to hear this morning that both Tom Dumoulin and Vincenzo Nibali have confirmed – they will both target the win for the 2019 Giro d’Italia in May 2019. The 2019 Giro d’Italia route is one of the best we’ve seen in recent years, the loop of Italy commences on May 11th in Bologna, […]
Wednesday Legs is a weekly cycling blog generated in the cycling lab in downtown Adelaide, South Australia. The following is an interview from Wednesday Legs with Grace and Patrick of Ride International.
In This Edition Of The FeedStation: 2018 Tour de France The Excitement Builds Save The Dates: Tour de Melbourne – Tour de Adelaide Social Rides The excitement is building each day as the 2018 Tour de France start is fast approaching, this year’s tour is shaping up to be one of the best and closest Tour […]
News just in and the videos below show the extent of the damage to the region and roads the Tour de France will use in late July 2018. The landslide on the Col d’Aubisque was caused by the deluge in the region which has also resulted in major flooding, bridges, towns have been reported washed away. […]