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Drapac Look to First World Tour Invitation  12 Aug 2013
After an announcement from Events South Australia that the 2014 Santos Tour Down Under will issue a wildcard invitation to an Australian Professional Continental team Drapac Professional Cycling (DPC) will apply for this invitation. The following criteria are essential for wildcard consideration: The team secures a UCI Pro Continental License for 2014; The team is acknowledged by >>
All Eyes on Champion Cyclist Michael Vink this Saturday  8 Aug 2013
It may have been over two months since his last serious race but all eyes will be on Michael Vink when the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series gets underway again on the West Coast of the South Island in Hokitika on Saturday after a winter break. Christchurch cyclist Vink arrived back in New Zealand just over a week ago. He had been racing in Europe as part of the BikeNZ Endurance track squad >>
Bike Pure & LeMond Partner Up  29 Jul 2013
LeMond Revolution, LLC, company of three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond, announced today a sponsorship partnership with anti-doping and ethical sporting organization Bike Pure. This deal sets LeMond Revolution as the co-title sponsor of Bike Pure's global cycling team. With LeMond's history of supporting anti-doping measures, research and development, LeMond Revolution is proud to >>
Froome Charges to Chorges  18 Jul 2013
Froome was the final rider to hit the undulating 32km course and found himself 11 seconds down on Alberto Contador at the third intermediate time check after stopping intentionally to swap his road bike for a time trial alternative. The move proved a masterstroke and the 28 year old blitzed the remainder of the course, braving a brief rain shower before crossing the line in a time of 51 >>
Trott To Attempt Guinness World Record  18 Jul 2013
Double Olympic Champion confirmed to start Guinness World Record breaking attempt Prudential to offer souvenir photo to all Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle participants On Saturday 3 August, double Olympic champion, Laura Trott, will join thousands of riders at the start of the Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle as they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest single >>
Glow By Bike Winter Pit Stop  15 Jul 2013
Auckland Transport in Partnership with Counties Manukau Health and Manukau Business Association Inc. presents Glow By Bike Winter pit stop - Manukau Wednesday 17th July 6am-8am. 19 Lambie Drive Manukau Find it on grass verge in front of Counties Manukau Health building. Be bright on your bike this winter. Ride to work or school this day, or ride to the pit stop from your work place or >>
Schleck to Astana  8 Jul 2013
It looks as if the elder half of the brothers Schleck tandem will be joining the Kazak super team for the remainder of the 2013 season, reportedly Frank who comes off his doping violation suspension in a matter of days has been offered a position with the option of an extension for 2014 as the boys in blue look to bolster Grand Tour support for their man Vincenzo Nibali as he looks to win his GT >>
Find the Animals at The Tour  1 Jul 2013
fi'zi:k are pleased to announce that during the 100th edition of the Tour de France, the Cannondale Pro Cycling team will be riding with fi'zi:k's Spine Concept "cheekily" on display. Each Team Cannondale rider will feature on the rear panel of their team shorts in place of the standard fi'zi:k logo their specific Spine Concept Animal, which best reflects their high performance on-bike fit. The >>
Kiesanowski 4th in Ai Force Cycling Classic  9 Jun 2013
Team TIBCO put up an impressive performance today at Day 1 of the National Criterium Calendar's Air Force Cycling Classic. Amanda Miller escaped the field in a definitive 2-woman break and out-sprinted her breakaway companion to clinch the win. The breakaway duo lapped the field and once the two riders rejoined the peloton, Team TIBCO set up a leadout for Miller to take the win. The Team >>
No Tour for Wiggo  1 Jun 2013
A disappointed Sir Bradley Wiggins will have to sit out the Tour de France this July his SKY team announced today due to an ongoing knee injury sustained at the Giro d'Italia last month. "With illness, injury and treatment Brad has gone past the point where he can be ready for the Tour. It's a big loss but, given these circumstances, we won't consider him for selection," Sky manager Dave >>
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