Archive for Category: "Cycling"
The South Australian Government recently introduced a plan to place betting advertisement restrictions on live sporting games which has been positively received by South Australians. TOM EDWARDS reports.
MATTHEW DORAN caught up with Anna Meares to talk about being selected for the London 2012 Australian Olympic Team and how she’s preparing for the big event.
Social media is the key to the success of new northern-suburbs-based cycling group Gawler Wheelers, which has become one of Adelaide’s biggest cycling groups with almost 180 members, writes ERIN WILLIS.
The continued fight for road safety has seen Adelaide’s cycling community band together to try and improve security for both cyclists and motorists on our roads… THEO PANAGOPOLOUS puts the issue into gear.
UniSA’s inaugural Ride for Pain was held last Sunday, with approximately 500 riders braving wet conditions in a show of support for the one in five Australians who suffering from chronic pain, writes ALYSSA-JANE TUCKER.
A memorial trail for young South Australian cyclist Shamus Liptrot has been proposed by the Balaklava Area and Wakefield Regional Councils after an anonymous donation. KATE SOMERS spoke to organising officials to see what is required for the project to go ahead…
Around 5000 riders participated in this year’s Bupa Challenge – part of the 2012 Tour Down Under. They tackled the stage 4 route from Norwood to Tanunda, just hours before the professional riders themselves.
It’s a breezy Sunday morning, at an hour when most people are still rubbing the sleep out of their eyes, but these men have already completed an 80km ride to McLaren Vale and back – with a latte stop in between, writes ELISE FANTIN
Young cyclists are being given the opportunity to showcase their skills on an international stage, by competing in the 2012 Tour Down Under on Team UniSA, writes IAN MAZURE-JOHNSTONE.
Many of the best sprinters, climbers and all-rounders have decided to participate in the 2012 Tour Down Under, using the event to prepare for the London Olympics, writes IAN MAZURE-JOHNSTONE.