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John from NZ came close to being wiped out by a swimming pool whilst on a leisurely ride. #Fly12

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"One day, while doing hill repeats, I saw this giant group of motorcycles heading down the hill and I decided to join them for the descent!" #Fly12 #Cycliq

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Proud to report that Team Cycliq took the win in the Quad Men category for 'Dusk Till Dawn' over the weekend! #Cycliq

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Howard was cycling along Lake Joondalup when he noticed a snake crossing the path. #Fly12 #Cycliq

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To celebrate his retirement of Australian dual Olympic gold medallist Graeme Brown. Graeme rode his last race as a professional in Perth, Western Australia at Graeme's Last Lap, a criterium race at the Claremont Showgrounds. #Fly12

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Watch as Ted King descends the famous Hawk Hill. #Fly12 #Cycliq

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#Fly12 footage captured by Cycliq Athlete Ted King in Sausalito California. "Riding the backside of Hawk Hill from the Marin Headlands is always an adventure. Especially going into the thick of it."

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A cyclist’s guide to happy lady parts - Women’s saddles, saddle sores, chamois tips…we cannot seem to talk about these topics often enough. It’s the most sensitive of our bike-body contact points, and nothing ruins a ride like discomfort “down there.” While the industry spends a good amount of research on saddles and chamois, the quest to a pain-free ride is a personal one and it’s our goal to help you along the way.  We have previously shared our favourite saddles, saddle sore treatment ti...

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Captured by Rob Booth from Cape Town, South Africa. He captured this interesting moment whilst on a ride with his #Fly12.

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How bad is alcohol for cyclists, really? - It seems that cyclists love their craft beers and wine as much as they love their coffee. After all, few things taste as good as a cold, crisp beer after a long day in the saddle while reminiscing about the ride with your girlfriends. But what are the potential consequences of those post ride catch-ups and happy hour drinks with friends? We all know that alcohol is loaded with sugar, devoid of good nutrients and a lot of extra calories.  Plus, we’v...
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