What a huge month it's been for Australian cyclists both here and on foreign shores.
Caroline Buchanan, Sam Hill and Troy Brosnan all claimed gold and Jared Graves silver as Australia topped the medal table at the MTB World Championships in Canada. On the MTB World Cup circuit Graves was crowned four cross Series Champion after an emphatic win in the final round.
In Austria Lorraine Shutz and Daniel Brickell were crowned Masters World Champions and Federico Mason collected a bronze medal while our Para-cyclists bagged three medals and had a run in with a squirrel in Canada.
Australia was again the team to beat at the Junior World Championships. We topped the medal table on the track for the fourth straight year as our talented teenagers brought home 7 gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze medals. The team also claimed silver and bronze on the road.
Australia's Commonwealth Games cyclists have been named and are in training in Europe preparing for Delhi.
Genesys Wealth Advisers leads the teams classification of the National Road Series with the fourth of six rounds getting underway this weekend in Tasmania. In the men's competition Cameron Peterson is on top with two rounds remaining and Joanne Hogan has an insurmountable lead with only one race left in the women's series.
Our cyclists have also been scoring wins on the road. Check out the news section of the website to stay up to date on Aussie performances.
The stars of world cycling are packing their bags and heading to Australia for this month's UCI Road World Championships in Melbourne & Geelong. The 'Australian Cyclones' team has been finalised and we encourage all our members and fans to get down to the event to support the home team. To keep track of the team follow them on Twitter through twitter.com/CyclonesHQ and via #Cyclones2010. You can also send messages to the team via email email@example.com.
We hope you enjoy another bumper month of cycling action both on and off your bike.
'Cyclones' line up finalised for World Championships
The Cyclones line up to contest this month's UCI Road World Championships has been finalised with the announcement of the elite women's team. ........more>
Renew online to win
Pay your membership online before Monday 4 October 2010 to go into the draw to win your 2011 membership fee back! Ten prizes up for grabs..........more>
Celebrate 25 years of Australian cycling
Celebrate 25 years of Australian Cycling through the lens of Cycling Australia's official photographer, John Veage. This book captures the blood, sweat, tears and triumphs of some of Australia's best loved events and cyclists in a high quality 170-page publication. Buy your copy today!.........more>
Win tickets to official pre-race breakfast
Members only. Register for your chance to win tickets for you and four friends to an exclusive breakfast on Sunday 3 October at Taxi in Federation Square, Melbourne .Breakfast will be served between 8.00am and 9.30am and after you've fuelled up you'll be able to catch all the excitement surrounding the start of the elite men's road race.........more>
Join us at Cyclones HQ!
When you're in Geelong for the UCI Road World Championships, make sure you visit Cyclones' HQ. Get behind the Australian team and get involved in a host of activities presented by Cycling Australia and Mapei Sport........more>
Wattbike discount - don't miss out
Cycling Australia members and everyone who completed the 2010 Census are eligible for an exclusive Wattbike Discount. You can save $350 off the normal retail price if you purchase through this offer before Friday 29 September 2010.........more>
Countdown to Herald Sun Cycling Classic
The Herald Sun World Cycling Classic is a great chance to get up close with some of the stars of world cycling. Fifteen nations have so far confirmed they'll be on the starting line in Buninyong on Sunday 26 September as part of their final preparation for the UCI World Road Championships..........more>
2010 Australian Masters Road Championships
Entries for the 2010 Australian Masters Road Championships have now closed. We encourage all Masters to base yourself in Ballarat for the Masters Championships and Herald Sun World Cycling Classic then travel to Geelong to cheer on the Aussie Cyclones at the UCI Road World Championships. Shuttle buses from Ballarat will be provided..........more>
Track stars in action
A star studded international field will be in action at the 2010 Perth International Track Cycling Grand Prix in November. Tickets are now available through a presale offer for Cycling Australia members..........more>
Ballarat 24 Hour - be a part of history
The Ballarat 24 Hour is the first 24 hour road race to be held in Australia. Riders will race under time trial regulations in teams of 6 and as solo competitors over an 18km closed circuit course. This will be unlike any event you've competed in and will cater for everyone from first time competitors to seasoned veterans. Entry numbers are strictly limited........more>
Calling all winners of the Grafton to Inverall
This year's 50th running of the McDonalds Grafton to Inverell looks set to break all records for spectator and competitor numbers. To celebrate the 50th year, a monument will be unveiled on Sunday 24 October at 11:30am. Organisers are asking all past winners to get in touch so they can be involved in the unveiling of the monument..........more>