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Buchanan Takes U26 Gila Prize for TIBCO  6 May 2013
The National Racing Calendar's Tour of the Gila in Silver City, New Mexico is a big objective for many teams on the US circuit and for Team TIBCO's Kiwi Olympian Rushlee Buchanan it signalled a welcome return to the team after donning the U26 Best Young Rider jersey following the Stage 1 road race and holding it to the end. "I'm happy to take the young rider jersey for Team TIBCO," said >>
Light it Up  2 May 2013
Cyclists need to make sure they are well lit now that daylight saving has ended, says the Cycling Advocates Network.But those using super-bright LED lights should avoid dazzling other road users."Flashing super-bright bike lights can be a distraction, so keep them aimed low," says CAN spokesperson Patrick Morgan.And it's time for cyclists to check their lights and batteries, he says."Some may be >>
McQuaid Vote Not so Certain  28 Apr 2013
Cycling Ireland has now called an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) to allow its members to vote on whether McQuaid should be allowed seek another term as the head of cycling's world governing body. The unexpected turnabout follows the decision earlier this month by Cycling Ireland's Board to back McQuaid to stand for a third term as President despite him being under severe pressure following >>
Tour of New Zealand Unfolds  23 Apr 2013
Dan Underwood and Tim James built on their solo leads after day two of Tour of New Zealand was completed today.Underwood was the first solo rider to finish the South Island's 75km stage from Queenstown to Wanaka over the Crown Range, finishing the stage in one hour 45 minutes, six minutes ahead of second placed individual Paul Donaldson. Jeanette White also retained her solo classification lead >>
McCauley Takes Popular Victory at Club Nationals  21 Apr 2013
New Zealand cycling legend Gordon McCauley proved he still has what it takes, taking the elite men's victory in the final day of racing at the BikeNZ Club Road National Championships in Queenstown today. At 41 years of age, McCauley is no stranger to victory, having won the Club Road National Championships twice previously, as well as countless other victories over his lengthy career.  >>
Top Juniors Impress in Queenstown  19 Apr 2013
New Zealand's top junior riders showed their class on day two of the BikeNZ Club Road National Championships today near Queenstown.The under 19 men produced an action-packed race over a challenging course near Arrowtown, reaching speeds of over 60kph in the sprint finish. Southland's Josh Haggerty had the legs to take the win ahead of Jordan Castle (Bike Manwatu) and Regan Gough (Cycling CHB).  >>
Singlespeed Sell Out  11 Apr 2013
With just under three weeks to go, the full house signs are up for the 2013 Pig & Whistle New Zealand Singlespeed Championships in Rotorua. The Rotorua Singlespeed Society ran the first championships in 2008 and again in 2009. This year race day will be on Saturday April 27. In 2010, the Society hosted the Singlespeed World Championshipson the renowned Whakarewarewa Forest trail network >>
FIZIK Release Braided Carbon Saddles in Versus Design  5 Apr 2013
FI'ZI:K VERSUS BRAIDED Versus is a complete range of saddles that combines fi'zi:k's proven Spine Concept technology with a "relief zone" designed to alleviate pressure from sensitive areas a direct response to new consumer needs. fi'zi:k has now increased its versus range offering even lighter saddles thanks to rails made out of carbon braided: the perfect combination of comfort and >>
Drapac's Shulzberger Takes Yellow in Taiwan  22 Mar 2013
Bernard Sulzberger finished 3rd in Stage 4 of the 2013 Tour de Taiwan to take a lead of 28 seconds in the General Classification and will wear the Yellow Jersey into Stage 5. The day's plan was always to have riders up the road before the Category 1 climb at 75 kilometers who could then support Sulzberger if the race were to break up over the hill. Gordon McCauley was the first Drapac to escape >>
Odlin Claims Oceania Gold for NZ  16 Mar 2013
Canterbury rider Paul Odlin has upset local hopes across the Tasman to win the time trial at the Oceania Road cycling Championships in Canberra yesterday.The 2012 national time trial champion, who was runner-up behind teammate Sam Horgan at the Oceania Championships in Queenstown last year, went one better on a demanding and hilly course. Wellington's Joseph Cooper, who was 10th off, set the >>
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