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Signature tires and a highly customized brake setup
A look at the school, the races and the future of this unique 'sport'
See how nearly every bicycle saddle is made
Ever wonder how FSA does it? Take a walk through the factory and find out
The Grafton to Inverell Cycle Classic marks the end of the stage racing on the 2011 National Road Series, and fittingly, with its' long history as the premier NSW cycling event, introduces the domestic competition to 'Classics' season.
Along with the Melbourne to Warrnambool and the recent Launceston - New Norfolk, the 'Grafton' is one of only a few opportunities on the domestic calendar for riders to compete over more than 200 kilometres and opens up the racing to the barrodeurs and opportunists that perhaps don't get the chance to distinguish themselves in the criterium heavy stage races that populate July, August and September.
GPM Racing leader hoping to convert second place finishes to wins next season
The tough road ahead for Australia's domestic racing series
How a UCI ruling opened the Australian to racing at Sun Tour, Southland
Former pro hopes to help build the strength of the NRS in years ahead
19-year-old wins sprint and mountains prizes despite interrupted preparation
Duo rue fatigue in final kilometres, but help snag team's classification
Australian journeyman hopes to wind back the clock for success at five day race
Organisers hopeful of encouraging more women to enter 2011 race