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National Cycling Centre of Excellence  3 Feb 2011
For those of you keeping an eye on the media will have seen that last week the Auckland Council agreed to back the bid with $10 million. The project team is now undertaking the final preparation of the bid documents a 60 page book including architectural and engineering plans to submit to Sparc by the end of next week. The detail required would not have been possible without contracting a >>
Bobridge Ups the Anti on Track  3 Feb 2011
British rider Chris Boardman set a world record of 4min 11.114sec for the 16-lap pursuit event at the world championships in 1996 using a 'superman' aerodynamic position, which was subsequently banned. Bobridge, the Australian road race champion who is also one of his country's biggest talents on the track, knocked more than half a second off the mark when he scorched to a time of 4:10.534 in >>
Auckland Track Championships Program  20 Jan 2011
With track training and racing now well underway for all grades Cycling Auckland have release the race program for the 2011 Championships. Sunday 6th February Keirins and Points racesWednesday 9th February Time TrialsSaturday 12th February Sprints and Pursuits (2 sessions qualifying in the morning; semifinals and medal rides in the evening)Sunday 13th February Scratch racesEntries must >>
Silver for the NZ Team Sprint  8 Oct 2010
A brilliant ride by New Zealand in the men's team sprint has nailed another Silver medal into the NZ tally on the track in New Delhi. The team of Eddie Dawkins, Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell rode a great race but were slightly outpaced in the final by a star-studded Australian team. The race also featured a harrowing crash when three time junior World Champion Sam Webster went down when he >>
Silver for NZ in Teams Pursuit  7 Oct 2010
The Kiwi quartet scored another silver for the NZ medal tally as they faced off against the yellow juggernaught that in the force of Australian cycling. NZ knew to take gold they must match the Aussies from the start and looked to responding well to the challenge, but the demanding schedule looked to take its toll on the team as they reached the midway point. Sam Bewley was the first to suffer >>
Counties Manukau Auckland Track Muster  7 Oct 2010
This Saturday 9th October sees the annual track muster at the Manukau City Velodrome, for those wanting to get into the training groups or register for a hire bike get yourself along for the 10.am >>
van Velthooven Claims Bronze in Delhi  6 Oct 2010
Kiwi track cyclist Simon van Velthooven has continued New Zealand's impressive start to the second day of cycling action at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi after claiming bronze in the men's keirin race following his promotion from fourth place. Clear video footage showed van Velthooven being muscled out of the medals as a result of a well timed head butt from Malaysia's Azizulhasni Awang >>
Ellis Goes Close in Points Race  6 Oct 2010
Star Ashburton cyclist Lauren Ellis took an impressive silver medal in the women's points race in Delhi this evening being pipped for the win by just five points by Australian junior World Champion sensation Megan Dunn. Ellis rode a diligent and gutsy race supported all the way by seasoned road cyclist Joanne Kiesanowski. Ellis, who scored a total of 40 points, needed to win the final sprint >>
Adam Stewart Ejected From Cycling Following EPO Delivery  9 Sep 2010
Cyclist Adam Stewart is out of the New Zealand team for next month's Commonwealth Games in Delhi after receiving a two year ban for attempted use of prohibited substances. The ban was imposed by the Sports Tribunal for attempted use of EPO and for possession of hCG in breach of the Sports Anti-Doping Rules. BikeNZ said it felt extremely let down by Stewart's actions and fully >>
More Silver for NZ Juniors  14 Aug 2010
New Zealand cyclists grabbed their second medal with a superb silver medal in the women's team pursuit at the UCI Junior World championships in Italy today. They produced a superb effort to record the second fastest qualifying time and were edged out by Australia in the final the first time New Zealand has fielded a women's team pursuit combination at this level. The combination >>
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