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DRAPAC Receives Pro Conti Status  4 Dec 2014
After making the step up to Professional Continental in 2014, the Drapac Professional Cycling Team has once again been granted a Professional Continental license for 2015. Ernst & Young and the UCI evaluated that the team fulfilled the ethical, financial and administrative demands.Team manager Jonathan Breekveldt is naturally happy with confirmation that the team will be part of the second >>
Star Studded International Field for Urge 3 Peaks Enduro  3 Dec 2014
​ The Urge 3 Peaks Enduro endurance downhill mountain biking race has attracted an international field for this weekend's racing in Dunedin, New Zealand. (December 6 and 7, 2014). Organisers expect about 200 riders to line up at the race start on the summit of Flagstaff on Saturday morning and among them are 10 Australians, two riders from Switzerland and >>
Bevin and Buchanan Triumph in Takapuna  26 Nov 2014
Patrick Bevin and Rushlee Buchanan have won their respective open men's and women's races at the 2014 Criterium National Championship held in Takapuna's CBD on Friday evening. Bevin was part of a three-strong breakaway with eight minutes to go that also included last year's winner, Mike Northey and Dion Smith. In a sprint finish, Bevin had enough legs to hold off Northey, who claimed second, >>
Trust House Series Demands Top Form From Riders  6 Nov 2014
Race three of this year's Trust House North Island Series on Saturday around the Carrington circuit in Wairarapa proved to be more demanding than riders expected. The race started from the outskirts of Masterton in Norfolk Road in a clear day but after one hour of racing, strong winds made it difficult for many riders in the race with many of them being left behind and eventually pulling out >>
Youngsters Conquer K2 Classic  3 Nov 2014
Tradition and common wisdom says that endurance events are the realm of older more experienced athletes. But a host of young cyclists turned tradition on its ear in New Zealand's toughest road cycling race, the Cranleigh K2. More than 1200 riders from six countries and all ends of New Zealand lined up for the 13th Cranleigh K2 cycle classic. The gruelling 200k lap of the Coromandel Peninsula is >>
Gough Back to World Cup Duties  2 Nov 2014
Double Olympian Westley Gough makes his return to international competition after selection for the BikeNZ track team for the opening UCI World Cup in Mexico next month. Gough, Southland's Cameron Karwowski, Waikato's Rushlee Buchanan and Otago's Katie Schofield make their return to international track competition while Waikato's Racquel Sheath will make her World Cup debut. The 16-strong >>
Drapac Stars Return for 2015  30 Oct 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling welcomes the return of riders Will Clarke, Darren Lapthorne, Travis Meyer, Lachlan Norris and Bernard Sulzberger to the squad for 2015.The five were instrumental to the success of the Australian-based UCI Professional Continental outfit this season and management is buoyed by their decision to re-sign.Will Clarke –The 29-year-old's consistency has gone a long way >>
Drapacs Wippert Snatches another Hainan Podium  27 Oct 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling's Wouter Wippert returned to the podium at the Tour of Hainan on Saturday, claiming third place on Stage 6 after 182.1km. Wippert finished in the bunch sprint behind winner Niccolo Bonifazio (Lampre-Merida) and runner-up Barry Markus (Belkin). It was the third time this week that the Drapac rider has finished among the place-getters at the Tour of Hainan. A group of >>
Holden Swaps Engine for Pedal Power  18 Sep 2014
Holden New Zealand is swapping the technology and comfort of their cars to support the largest cycleevent in the country. The popular iconic car brand has teamed up with the Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge and More FM and will participate in the Holden Corporate Challenge on November 29. Holden has also challenged all Holden dealerships around the country along with other Corporate >>
Cheatley Heads up BikeNZ Track Program  15 Sep 2014
With their successful Commonwealth Games behind them, BikeNZ is gearing up for the final two year campaign to the 2016 Rio Olympics. A key is to complete their high performance track coaching structure to allow Dayle Cheatley to focus on his role as Head Coach over the three track squads that BikeNZ is targeting towards Rio 2016. Today BikeNZ announced that Tim Carswell is appointed as men's >>
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