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Bicycling AustraliaBicycling Australia

Bicycling Australia July-August 2019

Bicycling Australia is packed with interesting and useful information that will enhance your cycling experience. Our expert writers specialise in providing detailed information on training, positioning, health and nutrition, designed to help you ride better. There’s also unbiased, critical analysis of new products—from parts, and accessories, to clothing and nutrition, to full bike reviews—all with detailed photography to help you buy better. You'll also find Where to Ride suggestions in every issue, for destinations both in Australia and overseas. Download your copy now!

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Yaffa Publishing Group PTY LTD
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our contributors

SARAH HUNTER Sarah is an associate coach for FTP Training. She is a qualified Triathlon Coach and has a certification in Fitness. She’s a lifetime competitive athlete with a 20 year passion for cycling including Ironman triathlon, multi day MTB races, TTs, CX and crits. Her passion for cycling and strength training is boundless and infectious. DAVID O’REILLEY David O’Reilly is a performance nutritionist and strength coach who holds a Master of Human Nutrition from Deakin University. Owner of MountainFoundry.com.au, he's also a bespoke nutritionist and writes for Bicycling Australia and Mountain Biking Australia. BEARDY McBEARD Marcus Enno A.K.A. Beardy McBeard is known for his emotive cycling images. Beardy spends half the year chasing Grand Tours across Europe and the other half riding his bike capturing images along the way. ANTHONY TAN Buoyed by the Olympic Games…

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watts on your mind?

WATTS, THEY’RE A LITTLE LIKE CASH. NUMBERS MOST OF US have to work hard for and not something we want to let go to waste. Simply put, Watts are a measure of how much effort we are putting in when on the bike. A value the vast majority of us want more of, cycling is an aspirational sport – there’s always a hill we want to climb faster, segment time we know we can improve upon or event, goal or challenge to conquer and achieve. Personal improvement and peak performance is something many of us are focussed upon … yep, it’s easy to imagine and decide upon a goal but a lot harder to dedicate ourselves to the time and effort required. Sorry, there’s no getting out of the training and toil. But,…

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bicycling australia

EDITOR Nat Bromhead natbromhead@yaffa.com.au BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Tim Partridge timpartridge@yaffa.com.au PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE Kristal Young kristalyoung@yaffa.com.au PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Matthew Gunn matthewgunn@yaffa.com.au ART DIRECTOR Ana Heraud anaheraud@yaffa.com.au PHOTOGRAPHY Nat Bromhead, Rob Burnett, Eamon Fitzpatrick, Zac Williams, Mark Hunter, Beardy McBeard, Peter Maniaty, Karen Forman, James Ostinga, Ventum Bikes, PhotoBreton, Sirotti, Steve Thomas. CONTRIBUTORS Karen Forman, Michael Hanslip, Colin Levitch SarahHunter,PatrickJonker,PeterManiaty, Nicola Ruztou, Anthony Tan, Steve Thomas PROOFREADER Jordan Hunt EVENT MANAGER Vanessa Burges vanessaburges@yaffa.com.au MARKETING & EVENT MANAGER Jasmine Gale CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER Martin Phillpott martinphillpott@yaffa.com.au Phone: (02) 9213 8325 GROUP PUBLISHER James Yaffa PUBLISHER Yaffa Media Pty Ltd 17-21 Bellevue Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia Editorial Phone: (02) 9213 8251 Editorial Email: natbromhead@yaffa.com.au SUBSCRIPTIONS subscriptions@yaffa.com.au Website: www.bicyclingaustralia.com www.greatmagazines.com.au FREECALL: 1800 807 760 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year/6 issues: A$83.00 1 year PLUS (print+digital): A$92.00 1 year overseas: NZ A$100.00 ASIA A$100.00 ROW A$125.00…

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letters to the editor

TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CYCLING I'm old fashioned in that I used to write letters to the editors of magazines, seems can't do that so much these days, too slow and hand writing – so yesterday! However, I do feel so very compelled to express my deep gratitude for the feature on Type 1 Diabetes. My now 18-year-old daughter has suffered the curse of Type 1 since she was eight. The complications of it are far-reaching; the writer did a pretty good job of giving the readers an overview of its machinations and effects. They go well beyond all that though – the most pressing are the psychological effects, ranging from self-esteem to body image. They can be debilitating at times, which, for us as parents, is heart-breaking. Thank you so much for the article,…

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top gear

SPONSORED CONTENT WATTBIKE ‘The most realistic, intelligent and effective smart trainer on Earth.’ It’s a bold claim but take one look at the Wattbike Atom then read a sample of the online reviews and you’ll be hard pressed not to agree. The Wattbike Atom, now available in Australia, is widely regarded as the ultimate indoor trainer. Not only will it help make you a stronger cyclist, the Atom is a top-quality, state-of-the-art platform that combines the legendary reputation of the original Wattbike with the latest in digital training technology and integration. UNRIVALLED ACCURACY Users can stop wasting precious watts and gain a deeper insight into training data than ever before via Wattbike’s own unique performance metric – the Pedal Effectiveness Score (PES). PES is a live view of how effectively a rider is pedalling and…

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the rise & rise of mathieu van der poel

MATHIEU WHO? At the start of the 2019 season there was only one young rider everyone wanted to talk about – and it wasn’t Mathieu van der Poel. Now to be fair, 19-year-old Belgian prodigy Remco Evenepoel has made a solid start to his pro career with Deceuninck-Quickstep. But his thunder has been well and truly stolen by the 24-year-old Dutchman, Van der Poel, off the back of a breathtaking debut Spring Classics campaign. If you don’t know much about him, you’re certainly not alone. However it comes as no great surprise the baby-faced Van der Poel is proving a rather handy bike rider, for he’s virtual cycling royalty. His older brother David is a former Dutch U23 Cyclo-Cross National Champion. His father Adri was a two-time Tour de France stage winner,…

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