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USA Dominate at NZ Women's Tour  20 Feb 2015
It is the USA women's team show at the Trust House women's tour of New Zealand. Overnight leader Megan Guarnier from the USA national team has relinquished her lead in the General Classification to her team mate Lauren Hall. Guarnier has taken today lead in the Ricoh Sprints competitions after finishing third and first in the two sprints today and the Trust House King of the mountains after >>
Kiwis Top All at World Championships Qualifying   19 Feb 2015
The young New Zealand men's team pursuit produced a thrilling effort to top all qualifiers on the first day of the UCI track world championships near Paris. The quartet of Dylan Kennett, Pieter Bulling, Alex Frame and Marc Ryan, in their first ever competition, topped all qualifiers in the men's 4000m team pursuit at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. Earlier the proven quartet of Rushlee Buchanan, >>
Yeti Partner with Tranz NZ 5 Day Enduro  27 Jan 2015
We are proud to announce that Yeti Cycles has come on board as the title sponsor for the first ever Trans NZ 5-Day Enduro Race. Yeti Cycles has a high reputation both in New Zealand and abroad,and we are excited to work alongside KashiLeuchsat Bike Otagowho is the NZ distributor for Yeti Cycles. Joining forces has already proven to gain access to greater resources and proven extremely >>
Records Fall at Burkes Cycles Speed League  27 Jan 2015
Three records fell in perfect conditions at the Wellington Velodrome at the first round of the Burkes Cycles Speed League Summer Series which also incorporated the regional Sprint Championships. Wellington's under 17 team smashed the 3000 team pursuit record by 18 seconds, setting a new mark of 3.53.99. Liam Cooper, Thomas McCallum, George Jackson and Sam Tillotson rode smoothly throughout >>
Bike the Trail 2015  23 Jan 2015
The successful Bike the Trail event is on again this year with registrations now open online. The event is a family friendly cycling event starting in Upper Hutt and follows the Hutt River Trail downstream to Petone. The annual event attracts over 1,000 people of all ages and is a popular way for families to ride together as the entire course is flat and away from roads. Bike the Trail is a >>
Australian Teams Announced for NZ's Premier Tour  23 Jan 2015
The Australians are once again making a strong bid for honours in the NZCT Cycle Classic later this month. Six high-quality teams from across the ditch have entered the five-day international race which gets underway on Wednesday 28th January. It will be the 28th anniversary of the race, which runs from January 28 to February the 1st. Australian pro teams Budget Forklifts, Avanti Racing >>
DRAPAC 2015 Launched in Adelaide  20 Jan 2015
Drapac Professional Cycling filled the Solitaire Jaguar dealership in Adelaide with a sound fit group of young men in red at the team's launch event yesterday announcing their expanded 2015 race schedule and community outreach. All 18 riders on the professional continental squad took to the stage with the Drapac expansion in race schedule, community outreach, and the Drapac sporting philosophy >>
NZ Track Team Gain Valuable Experience in Cali  19 Jan 2015
New Zealand's rookie track cyclists have enjoyed a strong opening day in the third and final UCI track cycling World Cup in Cali, Colombia. Katie Schofield and Natasha Hansen combined to qualify fourth in the women's team sprint and will fight out for the bronze medal tomorrow. In their first outing together at any level, the women's team pursuit, that includes teenagers Bryony Botha and >>
Villumsen Solos to Emphatic NZ Title  11 Jan 2015
Linda Villumsen, who has won medals and honours at the highest level around the world, finally grabbed her first major victory in New Zealand when she dominated the Calder Stewart elite national road championship women's race today. Villumsen, who now resides in Christchurch, pushed to the lead on lap three and road solo for more than 80km of the 120km race in blistering hot and windy conditions >>
Bewley Back in The Saddle and Ready for Road Nationals  10 Jan 2015
Sam Bewley hopes his improved climbing skills coupled with a strong second half to last season, will allow the Rotorua cyclist to challenge for road race honours at the Calder Stewart elite national championships in Christchurch this weekend. The two-time Olympic team pursuit medallist, who turned to a professional track career after London for Radio Shack and now Orica GreenEDGE, endured a >>
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