Move over 29ers. The first shipment of 36’ers just rolled into town. We’re not talking about the Adelaide 36’ers NBL basketball team but mountain bikes with 36 inch wheels. Read more
After eight years of tirelessly working with the local community of Perth supporting local riders, Michael and Sarah Warr from AvantiPlus Cannington have announced that they have decided to take a break from the retail bicycle industry.
Last month Beretta’s Bike Studio in South Geelong announced it had gone into voluntary administration, through an emotional post to Facebook.
Nick Willis opened his first Electric Bikes Brisbane shop a couple of years ago in the northern suburbs of Brisbane. It was a small shop in an industrial estate, set back from the road, next door to a large automotive workshop.
For at least 30 years one of Brisbane’s landmark bike shops was Lifecycle, located on a busy intersection just one kilometre north of the city centre.
One of Brisbane’s largest and most successful shops has just been sold.
Longstanding bicycle industry member and former pro level mountain bike racer Mick Jamison has sold his eastern suburbs of Melbourne store, Croydon Cycle Works.
For many years Mark Victor and his wife Bronwyn have owned and operated Planet Cycles from a grand old two storey corner building at the prominent address of 1 Logan Road, Woolloongabba.
Whilst expanding their international operations, Reid Cycles has closed their retail stores in Sydney and Brisbane
A Port Melbourne man has been arrested over the ram-raid at St Kilda’s SwiftCarbon Australia store.
The Fixed Wheel has recently opened a second store in the NSW Southern Highlands town of Bowral.
Oliver will soon be embarking on a ride of well over 1,000 kilometres to raise money to combat a very rare and serious health disorder that one of his children has been born with.
You may recall that last year we wrote here about Perth based software solutions provider BikeBookings.com
Bossi Bicycles named after its father and son founder James and John Paul Bossi, has opened its doors for the first time last month.
As we recently reported here bicycle industry members from across several states gathered at Pushys in Canberra for a fundraising dinner and bike ride raising money for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation which provides medical equipment for children’s hospitals Australia wide.