The Bass Coast Cycle Challenge has recently presented Wheel Heat with this framed jersey in recognition of our sponsorship and support of the event.
The Bass Coast Cycle Challenge for 2015 will be held on 14 November 2015. Entries are now being accepted. Please go to the Bass Coast Cycle Challenge website for more information to enter this event.
The Scarp 29 Elite was reviewed by Mountain Biking Australia, and published in the current issue.
The reviewer has raised some great points about the bike and one quote sums up the KTM look.
Please use this link to read the full review from the current issue of Mountain Biking Australia:-
KTM Scarp Elite review
Currently all sizes are available (at 27 July 2014)
Introducing Josh Bertacco, who is a a young man in a hurry. Josh is an up and coming local boy who is BMX racing at a State and National level.
Wheel Heat is proud to support Josh in his endeavours.
The Diavelo Protanium Flyer only weighs 14.6 kgs including the battery and has a 4 hour battery recharge cycle. The maximum cruising speed is 25 km/h with up to 30 km range.
The Flyer is powered by Protanium 25.5 v 6.75 Ah, 162 Wh Lithium Ion battery.
It is available in two colours and comes with high end components including Sram automatix 2 speed automatic transmission and coaster brake, light alloy 6061 unifit frame, 3 piece alloy crankset, Protanium LED display controller, 24 V 180W hub motor and Schwalbe Big Apple 20″ Tyre with reflective sidewall.
IN STOCK at Wheel heat so come in for a test ride now.
Use this link to watch a review on Youtube of the Diavelo Protanium Flyer.
” September 24, 2013 · by aerogeeks · in Bike, By Devon, Data Analysis. ·
When the new Felt AR was announced, serious questions about the performance of the bike relative to the increasingly crowded aero road bike category were raised. Felt promised to respond to these questions with a technical whitepaper. Well, Interbike is over and we have the data. We’d recommend you sit down and get comfortable for this one. Let’s get started.
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ANNA Meares is a shining light for women’s cycling, but she knows why not all females are rushing to get on bikes.
PEDAL POWER: Olympic gold medallist Anna Meares has urged women to take up cycling as a recreational activity in the wake of a Bike SA survey which reveals just 31 per cent of South Australian women had ridden a bike in the past 12 months.
The dual Olympic gold medallist wants them to know cycling is much more than a sport.
“A lot of women see cycling as a competitive sport, whereas it’s actually a recreational activity as well,” Meares said.
“This bike my husband bought for me for our two-year wedding anniversary because it makes bike riding fun, I can ride this bike in a skirt or in a dress and I can play with the fashion of it by adding …
Congratulations to Yarragon Primary School and Neerim South Primary School who won the latest round of the BikeEd Challenge!
They’re now both off to the State finals next month! Congratulations to everyone involved. Happy bike riding and remember to look out for children riding to school.
Thank you to Wheel Heat, sponsors of BikeEd.
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KTM Industrites celebrates its 50th birthday in 2014 and they have developed a very special bike to mark the occasion, the Ultra 1964 anniversary model. This limited edition bike has amazing equipment, a fantastic look and great features.
For full details click on this link. 2014 limited edition Ultra1964_full
The Australian Mountain Bike Magazine has reviewed the KTM Bark 40 in it’s latest edition.
The review contains all the specs for the bike as well as marking it’s performance.
To download and read the review, use this link. KTM Bark 40 review . This file is approximately 3MB. (you will require a PDF reader)
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