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Bauer Continues Progression with Omloop Top 20  24 Feb 2013
Nelson professional Jack Bauer has continued his rise in the World Tour ranks with a stunning top twenty placing in the season opening Classic race Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. The Garmin-Sharp pro proved his mettle in the teams pecking order finishing in 20th position in a race won by Katusha star Luca Paolini. 145 starters of the 197 rider field finished in Belgiums St Peters square in the centre >>
Christie Takes Stunning Stage Win in NZCT  26 Jan 2013
A solo win for New Zealander Jason Christie of the Armstrong Motor Group team was a day in the saddle to be proud of. Today's stage, a 161km ride from The Square in Palmerston North and reverse to the previous days race had just about everything a rider and spectator could appreciate about cycling. The riders woke to a brisk morning in Palmerston North, slight S/W winds blowing and a day that >>
NZCT Complete Startlist  22 Jan 2013
START LIST NZCT CYCLE CLASSIC 2013 NZCT NEW ZEALAND National Team NZLTeam Manager: Bryan Simmonds1 Michael Torckler New Zealand 2 Ryan Wills New Zealand 3 Patrick Bevin New Zealand 4 Reon Nolan New Zealand 5 James Williamson New Zealand DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING - AUSTRALIA DPCTeam Manager : Agostino Giramondo6 John Walker Australia 7 Darren Lapthorne Australia 8 >>
Aussies Arrive Early to Scout Circuits in NZCT  18 Jan 2013
Australian UCI Professional team, Huon Salmon Genesys Wealth Advicers, has signposted its intentions by deciding to arrive early for the New Zealand Cycle Classic around the Manawatu from January 23 to 27. It will enable the riders to become fully familiar with the terrain, especially stage four up the Meridian wind farm at the top of Saddle road where the race could be decide in next week's >>
Hendi Yearns for Nationals Win  11 Jan 2013
World Pro Tour cyclist Greg Henderson believes he faces a daunting task to realise his dream of a national road title. The Melbourne and Girona based rider is heading to Christchurch this weekend in his attempt to win the Calder Stewart national road championship for the first time. The 35 year old has a stack of honours to his credit including a world title on the track, a stage win on a Grand >>
Funding Boost for Cycle Safety  14 Dec 2012
New Zealand cycle safety received a significant financial boost this week through a $1.2million investment by the Road Safety Trust. This monetary commitment is recognition of the quality of BikeNZ's and the Cycling Advocates' Network's (CAN) road safety programmes and will assist with the delivery of BikeNZ's Introduction to Road programme around New Zealand, over a three year period. "This >>
Cooper Tops the Polls for People's Choice Awards  12 Dec 2012
Teenage mountain biker Anton Cooper beat out cycling's Olympians to be named 2012 BikeNZ People's Choice Award winner today, as voted by the New Zealand public. The 18-year-old from North Canterbury made history earlier this year when he became the first ever UCI cross-country mountain bike World Champion in any age-group from New Zealand. This performance shot Cooper into the limelight and >>
Bissell 2013 Roster Boasts Strong Kiwi Talent  11 Dec 2012
The BISSELL Pro Cycling Team is again poised to dominate racing in North America with the announcement of the outstanding roster of twelve riders: Frank Pipp, Chris Baldwin, Jeremy Vennell, Jason McCartney, Patrick McCarty, Phil Gaimon, Patrick Bevin, Carter Jones, Julian Kyer, Tommy Nankervis, Andrew Dahlheim and Michael Torckler. As the winningest team in the National Racing Calendar (NRC) in >>
Burkes Cycles Speed League - Round 4  26 Nov 2012
Red Rocks Racing used tactics and strength to notch up their first win in the Team Scratch race at round 4 of the Burkes Cycles Speed League at the Wellington Velodrome in Hataitai. Jon Barnes edged Nick Warren (Burkes Cycles) after the duo broke away with two of Barnes' team mates just three laps into the 20 lap race. Barnes kicked with 300m to go while team mate Zac Blakely blocked Warren, >>
Racing & Training in Thailand  21 Nov 2012
Chiang Mai. Thailand. Now that sounds like a far away, unreachable and exotic place. Exotic it certainly can be but it's not too far away for the cyclists who come here from all over the world. I'm saying this by way of introduction to the Masters Tour of Chiang Mai which is held during the third week of October each year. 'Masters' includes Juniors, Elites, Seniors, Ladies and Veteran riders >>
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