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Mountain Bike Australia are pleased to announce a new confirmed iconic venue and date for the 2015/16 Subaru National Mountain Bike Series. ...read more.
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Sunday in Canberra saw racers return to the Wanniassa parklands for round six of the National Cyclocross Series. Between the end of round five racing and the start of round six, Canberra experienced a drop in temperature and overnight there was 20mm of rain which also included sleet. Driving to the event in the morning the Brindabella Ranges looked stunning with a fresh new dusting of snow. ...read more.
The National Cyclocross Series visited Canberra for the very first time over the weekend. Canberra is a national mountain bike hotspot and more than a few local riders were expected to take part. ...read more.
Sorrento SES volunteers have attended three rescue jobs within 24 hours. In the first instance they were called to free a woman trapped in her car which had rolled onto its side in Mawarra St, Rosebud, 6.15pm, Tuesday. ...read more.
Vincent Brouillet's cross country journey began on March 1 in Healesville, country Victoria. Nearly five months later he had travelled more than 5,300 kilometres along the Bicentennial National Trail to arrive in Cooktown in far north Queensland. ...read more.
As wisps of fog settled on the township of Eungella, bike riders emerged from the muddy tracks of rainforest. The Eungella National Park rarely fails to live up to its Indigenous name 'Land of the Clouds' ...read more.
It's been successful North American trip for Lithgow's Joel Willis after he was selected to represent Australia at two rounds of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup on the Australian Junior Downhill Mountain bike team. ...read more.
WITH just over a year until the Rio Olympic Games begin, here’s Australia’s best hopes for golden glory in ...read more.
A host of exciting cultural and sporting events are taking place in Australia this month – from the Melbourne International Film Festival to the Netball World Cup. Here’s our top 15. ...read more.
When WA adventure racing team Hamish and the Wheelbarrow embark on an 800km expedition through the Queensland tropics today, their goal will be to simply finish the gruelling ...read more.
TRISTAN Ward and Briony Mattocks were the major winners of the 2015 3 Ring Circus. Circus win for Ward and Mattocks: PHOTOS MOUNTAIN BIKING TRISTAN Ward and Briony Mattocks were the major winners of the 2015 3 Ring Circus. ...read more.
September, October and November in Moab encompasses the arts. Visit local artists in their native habitat. Moab artists open their studio 10 am – 4 pm both Saturday and Sunday, September 5-6, to welcome aficionado or not to conversation, visual treats of works and works in progress. ...read more.
Long before the gruesome death of Cecil the lion at the hands of a swaggering Minnesota dentist, an Italian biologist named Alessandra Soresina was worrying about the fate of the prides that roamed the Tarangire national park, in northern ...read more.
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