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  • Challenge Wiggle - Our favourite early season rides
    Posted by tim on 23rd January 2018 at 12:21 pm

    February and March are not renowned for their great riding weather. You might get snow, you will probably get rain, and you will most definitely encounter wind... But, us 'Wigglers' are a hardy bunch. We have kick-started the year with some great rides, all across the country.In this blog post, we take a look at some of our favourite road cycling routes. We are challenging […]

  • Jason Kenny's Olympic Workout
    Posted by NChamanian on 9th January 2018 at 4:02 pm

    For multiple-time Olympic gold medal-winning track sprinter Jason Kenny, it's not all about the bike. The gym plays a vital role in building that explosive power. 'The gym’s really important. I think, if you just train what you want to get good at, you’ll very quickly get to a level and find that getting better is really difficult,' says Jason. 'The gym is one of those […]

  • What is your next cycling challenge?
    Posted by NChamanian on 20th December 2017 at 3:22 pm

    Introducing the 2018 Wiggle Super SeriesThe Wiggle Super Series has been established for several years now, incorporating 40 events across the country which offer a variety of course lengths and difficulty levels, allowing cyclists to choose a challenge that suits them.All events in the Wiggle Super Series feature the highest standard of event management, electronic timing and full route […]

  • Staff Review - Garmin Edge 1030
    Posted by NChamanian on 7th December 2017 at 12:44 pm

    Staff rider Neil Towns has been using the new Garmin Edge 1030 for a couple of months. Garmin think this is their best GPS cycling computer yet, allowing you to ride longer and stronger while staying connected. Here's what Neil thinks.I always avoided the Edge 1000 due to its size and a personal view that I didn't need directional mapping. As a result I stuck to a good old Edge 500, and Edge […]

  • Pro mechanic review: X-Tools Home Mechanic Kit
    Posted by NChamanian on 29th November 2017 at 9:37 am

    The Rolling Fix are a mobile bike mechanic service based in Sydney, Australia. We recently sent them the X-Tools Performance 39 Piece Tool Kit​ to put through its paces and see how the tools would hold up with daily use on their mobile trike. Their head mechanic Cam shares his thoughts.Like most home mechanic kits I’ve seen, the X-Tools Performance 39 Piece Tool Kit […]

  • Wiggle's top tips for turbo training triumph
    Posted by Damien Whinnery on 29th November 2017 at 9:27 am

    Hands up if you like training indoors? No one? Us neither. But there are ways of turning interior training from torturous torment to an exciting and motivational experience that will make 2018 your year.Winter roads are dark, dangerous and even a little depressing. And with long nights and shorter days, it’s easy to lose your motivation to get out on the treacherous tarmac or trails […]

  • Staff Review - Knog PWR Rider 450L and Blinder Mob V 4 Eyes
    Posted by NChamanian on 23rd November 2017 at 4:28 pm

    In this review, staff rider Nassrin shares her thoughts on two of the latest bike lights from Australian brand Knog.As a year-round cyclist, I demand a lot from my lights. My cycle commute is 37km each way and although during the winter months I alternate with the train more often, even on the days I take the train there's a ride from home to station, then station to office. The […]

  • Review - KitBrix Multisport Kit Bags
    Posted by tim on 22nd November 2017 at 4:21 pm

    "Organising to the nth degree is something that helps me to personally deal with all kinds of challenges, in sport and life in general. The KitBrix slogan "No fuss. Just organised kit" instantly appealed."In this staff review, Tim Wiggins gives his feedback on the KitBrix kit bags... The conceptThe idea behind KitBrix bags is simple: 'Keep it simple. Keep it safe. Everything in […]

  • Training for the L'Etape Australia - Part two
    Posted by NChamanian on 22nd November 2017 at 3:39 pm

    In 2017, Wiggle Nutrition have partnered with L’Etape Australia as the official nutrition partner for the event. L’Etape Australia is a challenging 160km or 120km ride through the Snowy Mountains of NSW, organised by Le Tour de France. Leading up to the event we touched base with Rochelle Gilmore (ex-pro cyclist and manager/owner of the Wiggle High 5 Cycling Pro Team) and her friend […]

  • Training for the L'Etape Australia - Part one
    Posted by NChamanian on 22nd November 2017 at 2:48 pm

    In 2017, Wiggle Nutrition have partnered with L’Etape Australia as the official nutrition partner for the event. L’Etape Australia is a challenging 160km or 120km ride through the Snowy Mountains of NSW, organised by Le Tour de France. Leading up to the event we touched base with Rochelle Gilmore (ex-pro cyclist and manager/owner of the Wiggle High 5 Cycling Pro Team) and her friend […]

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