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Downhill Action For Kiwis at World Championships  7 Sep 2010
Downhill competition filled the race programme today at the Mont Sainte Anne World Championships in Quebec, with the Junior and Elite Mens and Womens Championship races taking place. The changeable weather continued through the day, and just like the previous four days of events for the New Zealanders, so too did their fortunes. The Junior categories started the programme off after a short >>
Blenkinsop and Leov on Form in Whistler  17 Aug 2010
The Crankworx MTB Festival in Whistler, Canada wrapped up on Sunday after a week of competition across a wide range of MTB disciplines. Part of the New Zealand MTB Team were racing in the gravity events as a lead-in to the UCI World Mountainbike Championships to be held in the first week of September at Mont Sainte Anne, in Quebec. Last Sunday's Garbanzo Downhill is widely regarded as one of >>
NZ MTB Team Announced  2 Aug 2010
NZ Team for UCI 2010 World Mountainbike Championships Announced Mountainbike New Zealand (MTBNZ) has great pleasure in announcing the NZ Mountainbike Team to compete at the 2010 UCI World Mountainbike Championships, to be held at Mont Saint Anne in Quebec, Canada, between August 31st and September 5th. Cross Country Richard Anderson, Blenhiem Mathew Waghorn, Palmerston North Locky >>
Kiwis Tame the Mudfest in Switzerland  27 Jul 2010
Europe delivered another wet, muddy weekend to the 2010 UCI World Cup at Champery in Switzerland over the weekend. This 4th round of the World Cup is also the first this year where both Downhill and Cross Country disciplines came together at the same event - and both were affected by the weather. Downhill qualifying took place on Friday, at about the same time as the rain started. The NZ >>
Broken Wrist Sidelines Cam Cole  26 Jul 2010
A small crash in the mud at Champéry, Switzerland has left Maxxis-Rocky Mountain team rider Cameron Cole, 22, with a broken scaphoid in his right hand, derailing his UCI World Cup downhill campaign for 2010. But the laconic Kiwi says there is a chance he could be back in time for the World Championships, which will be held at Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec at the end of August. Cole has had three >>
NZ MTB Rounds Announced  23 Jul 2010
Mountainbike NZ are pleased to announce the NZ MTB Cup and National MTB Championship schedule for the summer of 2011. NZ MTB Cup, Cross CountryRound 1 Jan 9th TaurangaRound 2 Jan 16th NapierRound 3 Feb 13th NelsonRound 4 Feb 20th Christchurch NZ MTB Cup, DownhillRound 1 Jan 7/8 TaurangaRound 2 Jan 14/15 NapierRound 3 Jan 22/23 RotoruaRound 4 Feb 5/6 NelsonRound 5 Feb 11/12 NelsonRound 6 Feb >>
Pair of 8's for Anderson and Peters  5 Jul 2010
Pair of 8's for Anderson and Peters, Racer Bikes Cup, Flims, Switzerland Dirk Peters (Rotorua) and Richard Anderson (Blenheim) tackled the seventh round of the high profile Racer Bikes Cup in Flims, Switzerland yesterday. Anderson claimed an 8th in the Junior (Under 19) category, while Peters finished in outright 16th in the Elite/Under 23 race - and 8th of the Under 23 athletes competing.  >>
Ritchie Anderson Stuns in Switzerland  28 Jun 2010
Anderson wins in Cross Country MTB Stronghold - Bern, Switzerland Richard Anderson continued to realise his stunning potential with a win in the prestigious HC category International Mountainbike Race in Bern, Switzerland yesterday. The Blenheim flyer picked up a flu on his way to Europe at the end of May, and has taken some time to shake the effects of this completely. But against a world >>
Leov Smokes Course in Austria  28 Jun 2010
Leov wins at Leogang, Austria - iXS European Downhill Cup Justin Leov remained in Austria after last weekend's UCI World Cup for the second round of the iXS Downhill Cup - this time absolutely taming the Leogang downhill course and the Elite category for a deserved win. The Dunedin based, Trek World Racing professional followed up from his top ten result at the Leogang World Cup round, >>
Trek - Gary Fisher Re Evaluate Strategy  16 Jun 2010
Trek announces a dramatic change in its brand strategy. As off immediately the icon brand Gary Fisher will disappear from the bike shops. The reason for this change is that the brand Gary Fisher is no longer profitable. According to Trek the volume of this high end segment is too small related to the costs of development, marketing and warranty. The decision to drop the Gary Fisher brand is >>
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