Author: Ethan Egglestone

July 31, 2018 Ethan Egglestone

Where to find heaven on bikes? We know we have it pretty good cycling in Adelaide, long climbs and flats within 5 kilometres of the city. However, we will accept that there are other places in the world which are better for cycling (not Melbourne though). Hence I’ve asked the boys where they most enjoy…

March 14, 2018 Ethan Egglestone

The Art of Riding Gravel By Ethan Egglestone Whether you’re about to take part in your first gravel race or ride, or just want a change of scenery for training, riding on dirt isn’t quite the same as riding on the road. The VDR boys and I have compiled some tips on how to ride…

March 24, 2017 Ethan Egglestone

Venga Australiano! By Ethan Egglestone So after another week of training and studying, I was up for another race in the town of Ereño, being one of the hardest races of the season I was quite nervous. On the drive out the temperature didn’t get above freezing, and all of the alps had a considerable…

September 17, 2016 Ethan Egglestone

2016 National Capital Tour: Stage 1 Report By Ethan Egglestone Setting up our chairs and ergos in a nice resident’s front yard, we were all anxious to start what was going to be a blustery and hilly 7.2km prologue in the 2016 National Capital Tour. Harry was off early, and was on track for possibly…

July 27, 2016 Ethan Egglestone

Balancing Life’s Commitments Staying on top of University, two jobs, and cycling can make balancing life’s commitments a tall task. Last semester I was only working one job and was able to manage it all quite well. Finding the best ways to keep yourself organised is vital in preventing falling behind in any aspects of…

February 25, 2016 Ethan Egglestone

Why Homemade Snacks are the Best Nutrition for Cycling Racing and Training For my first blog, I want to look at the benefits of homemade training/racing snacks over the pre-packaged items which I used to use. Although it is much more convenient to just buy muesli bars to snack on in races and on training…