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Blenkinsop on the Charge in Hungary  16 Jun 2010
World Ranked #8 Downhill exponent Sam Blenkinsop (Lapierre International, Wanganui) continued his form improvement in Hungary at the weekend at the Balaton Bike Fest. Blenkinsop kicked on from his top ten showing at last weekend's World Cup to only just miss taking the win at Balatonfured by 5/100s of a second, settling for 2nd in the multi-national, world class field. Blenkinsop, in his >>
Cole Podiums in Fort William  7 Jun 2010
Maxxis-Rocky Mountain team rider Cameron Cole, 22, has surpassed even his own expectations by finishing second at Fort William, Scotland yesterday in the second round of the 2010 UCI World Cup. Gee Atherton, of Great Britain, won the race in a time of 4:35.70 – pipping Cole by less than half a second. "I don't know what to think or say – it has just been unreal," an excited Cole, of >>
XC Team to Tackle Youth Olympics  4 Jun 2010
It's not often you would see a BMX rider racing a road bike. It is even rarer that this would happen at an international level. However that is the concept that four New Zealand junior cyclists will take on when they compete in the Youth Olympic Games in August. Singapore is hosting the first-ever Youth Olympic Games. Trent Woodcock (Auckland), Sam Shaw (Rotorua), Denay Cottam (New >>
Leov and Cole on Top DH Form  3 Jun 2010
New Zealands World Class Downhill racers continued their preparation for this weekend's UCI World Cup on opposite sides of the Atlantic over the weekend. US Open, Diablo Freeride Park, Vernon, New Jersey Justin Leov (Trek World Racing, Dunedin) and Kieran Bennett (DRD Tomac, Nelson) competed at the lucrative US Open yesterday. The popular event run during the US Memorial Day holiday >>
Leov and Bennett in DH Action  25 May 2010
US Pro GRT Round 2, Plattekill Bike Park, Roxbury New YorkLeov and Bennett Top Five Justin Leov (Trek World Racing - Dunedin) and Kieran Bennett (DRD Tomac - Nelson) were in action at this second round of the US Pro Gravity Racing Tour. Bennett was racing at his first US event this year for his new US based professional team and raced to a strong fifth place - "I'm stoked with this result on my >>
NZ Mountain Bikers Around the World  24 May 2010
The weekend of May 22/24 2010 saw NZ's overseas contingent of world class mountainbikers racing at three different events in Europe and the US. Brief summaries of performances follow. With a break in the UCI Downhill World Cup schedule before Round 2 in Scotland in two weeks time, NZ's downhill athletes split themselves between Europe and the US at two key events IXS Dirt Masters >>
Joseph and Leary Bike the Rock, Heubach, Germany  17 May 2010
New Zealand's Rosara Joseph and Nicola Leary continued their European campaigns yesterday at the Heubacher Mountainbike Festival, competing in the Bike the Rock multi-lap Cross Country race at Heubach, Germany. The UCI category HC race drew a high class field, with the event positioned a week out from the next World Cup event in Offenburg - competitors eager to continue building form for the >>
Cole Takes 9th in UCI Opener  17 May 2010
Maxxis-Rocky Mountain team rider Cameron Cole, 22, opened his 2010 World Cup campaign with a ninth-equal at the rain-soaked course at Maribor, Slovenia yesterday. The former world junior downhill champion shared his ninth position with good friend and fellow countryman Justin Leov, of Trek World Racing, but said the trying, muddy conditions meant he had to fight the whole way. Cole, of >>
Jonnier Ready to Defend Downhill World Cup Title  13 May 2010
Few have been as dominant in downhill mountain bike racing as French rider Sabrina Jonnier who will begin her 2010 World Cup campaign at a rain-soaked Maribor course at the weekend. Jonnier, of Hyères, has been on the podium since 2001 – making 2010 her 10th year at the top of the sport's elite women, but despite holding the UCI World Cup title four times, she has never successfully defended her >>
Specialized Recalls 2010 Epic and Era  7 May 2010
Specialized Bicycles are cooperating with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to announce a voluntary recall of their 26-inch wheeled Epic and Era full-suspension bikes. Specialized recommends that consumers stop using the affected bicycles immediately unless otherwise instructed by a Specialized dealer or representative.The shock mount for the Brain reservoir on the models' swing arm >>
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