A day in the life of Maddison Taylor – Giant Racing Team

23 May 2022

My alarm goes off at 4:15am. I am not a morning person by nature, so this is always a struggle. It takes me a good long while to drag myself out of bed this morning. Luckily, I always put my kit out for the entire week ahead on Sunday afternoon to make things easier for […]

Istrian Spring Trophy

13 May 2022

What it takes to ride a top-10 performance in the prologue of a Continental stage race – Viktor Potoćki, Ljubljana Gusto Santic continental cycling team. The Istrian Spring Trophy is a traditional 4 stage cycling race in Istria, Croatia which attracts teams from all over Europe and more. In 2022 there were 30 teams (2 […]

Cyclist to IRONMAN in 6 weeks

4 May 2022

IRONMAN 70.3 PORT MACQUARIE – My First Triathlon by Ben Hill After E-Sports worlds I was having a bit of time off when my friend and former cycling team mate Ayden Toovey mentioned he had just done his first 70.3 triathlon. He said he loved it and was planning on doing Port Mac at the […]

A deep dive into the MTB National Championships

14 April 2022

Last month, the Mountain Bike National Championships took place in Maydena, Tasmania. Located an hour and a half inland from Hobart, it’s a secluded mountain bikers haven. It’s the second time we’ve fought for the National titles in Maydena, on a track known for its incredibly steep climbs and naturally technical descents. This year’s course […]

2022 UCI Cycling Esports World Championships

3 March 2022

By Ben Hill. The Australian team headed into the 2022 UCI Cycling Esports World Championships with confidence in the plan they had made, and knowing that we had the riders to pull it off. As in the inaugural edition in 2020, the event was staged on the virtual platform Zwift and the team was filled […]

Race File Analysis – Anya Louw at the women’s Warnambool Classic

25 February 2022

By Gracie Elvin The first ever edition of the women’s Lochard Energy Warnambool Classic was recently run and won with impressive speed and tactics from the small women’s peloton. It was a historic occasion because the original race is the second oldest and longest race in the world, and while there has been a small […]

Today’s Plan and C3 Cyclists | Country to Coast Tour 2019 for Humpty Dumpty Foundation

4 March 2020

Last year Today’s Plan partnered with C3 Cyclists during their Country to Coast Tour which helped raise much needed funds for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation. About the event: C3 Cyclists rode 740km (7815m elevation) from Tamworth to Newcastle, through the beautiful Hunter Region and raised $47,809 for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation. The 2019 tour started […]

Training Approach of Ben Kanute

19 December 2019

3 Keys of the Training and Performance Approach of Ben Kanute In 2019, Ben Kanute raced in every month except January and November. That’s 10 months of racing at a world-class level in triathlon. The most surprising fact though, is his racing successes ranged from Super Sprint distances of Mixed Relay and Super League, to […]

BEAT Cycling – Season review

5 December 2019

BEAT Cycling has had an amazing year. With 9 UCI wins, the BEAT road team can be found on position 43 on the UCI World ranking. That’s number eight best Continental team worldwide! Piotr Havik took first place at the GP Stad Zottegem (UCI 1.1), staying ahead of favorites (among which André Greipel) claiming a first […]

Team BridgeLane – Season Review

7 November 2019

With one round of the National Road Series remaining, the season is rapidly drawing to a close. Rather than being a time to unwind, it’s a hectic time of year for us. We have been busily preparing to launch the new season with renewed fight to take what was a massively successful year to even […]