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Wairarapa To Host UCI Womens Cycling Tour in 2015  19 Aug 2014
The world's top female road cyclists will descend on the Wairarapa, New Zealand in 2015 after it was announced the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has granted international status to the 2015 Trust House Women's Tour of New Zealand. Race Director Jorge Sandoval announced today that the five-day international cycle tour will take place entirely in the Wairarapa region from February 18th – >>
Drapac Prepared for Season Closure  17 Aug 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling continues its US campaign next week at the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado, with the Australian outfit primed following an impressive debut performance in Utah.The UCI 2.HC event runs August 18-24 and covers 845 kilometres across the seven stages in its fourth edition. Drapac Professional Cycling will be the sole team representing the Oceania region and one of seven >>
NZ Juniors Achieve More Success  11 Aug 2014
New Zealand bagged two further medals on the second night of finals at the UCI Juniors Track World Championships in Korea today. Waipukurau teenager Regan Gough won a silver medal in the 4000m individual pursuit, while the women's team pursuit matched the men by winning a bronze medal. Gough, who rode in three team pursuit races on the first day, bounced back to qualify second fastest behind >>
Super Sam Man of Gold  26 Jul 2014
Sprint cyclist Sam Webster earned his second gold medal of the Commonwealth Games with a superlative display of power and tactical nous at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome today. The Aucklander won the individual sprint gold medal, beating the Olympic champion Jason Kenny to do it, and New Zealand satisfaction was complete when his team-mate, Eddie Dawkins, claimed the bronze. Webster, a member of >>
NZ World Champions Take Commonwealth Gold  25 Jul 2014
The crack men's sprint cyclists won New Zealand's first gold medal of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. The men's team blitzed their English rivals in the final to the delight of the many New Zealanders in the crowd at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. New Zealand flags dotted the scene and there was plenty of cheering and encouragement. The New Zealanders – Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Eddie >>
SKY To Screen Live Cycling from Commonwealth Games  24 Jul 2014
Keen to watch the cycling action at home? SKY Sport will be screening the Commonwealth Games live (with replays the following day). The Commonwealth Games feature New Zealand cyclists in Track, Road and Mountain Bike disciplines - don't miss out on watching our best compete! Please click here to view the Games cycling schedule - our events are highlighted, and we have included SKY screening >>
Fielding Festival of Cycling Fast Approaching  18 Jul 2014
Cyclists around the Manawatu and lower North Island are gearing up for the annual The Hits 97.8 Feilding Festival of Cycling,to be held this year on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 September. The event caters for cyclists of all abilities, with a fast paced mountain bike event on the Saturday, and both classic racing and recreational rides over a range of distances on the Sunday. The Scott Avanti >>
fi'zi:k To Light up Finish Line in Paris  16 Jul 2014
fi'zi:k has announced a striking new series of three saddle designs, which will be used by its sponsored teams at this year's Tour de France.Seven pro-teams use fi'zi:k saddles, including the reigning Tour de France and Giro d'Italia champions Chris Froome and Nairo Quintana. All seven teams have committed to using the stunning saddles during the 2014 Tour de France. Nicoḷ Ildos, fi'zi:k >>
Gallopin Adds to French Tour Celebrations  14 Jul 2014
Lotto Belisol and France both had reason to celebrate at the Tour today as the the squads French connection Tony Gallopin raced himself into the yellow jersey on the eve of Bastille day. Gallopin whos father and uncle were both professional riders had been eyeing the yellow jersey since the cobbled day of destruction in Norther France last week keeping himself within reach with the plan of >>
NZ U19 Team Impress Abroard  9 Jul 2014
The U19 New Zealand team, led by coaches Wayne Girdlestone, Matt Shallcrass and Katri Laike competed against Australia's top U19 riders at the weekend. The first day of competition saw Georgia Catterick ride to 4th place in the women's time trial in chilly conditions. The race was delayed by half an hour due to fog on the course, which limited visibility to just 20 metres. The delayed start saw >>
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