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Avanti Commuters for NZ Commonwealth Team  2 Jul 2014
Cheery pop vintage bikes are being teamed with sleek, black commuter bikes in a bid to give New Zealand's Commonwealth Games team the leading edge in Glasgow. Avanti has signed a two year deal to be the official bike supplier of the New Zealand Olympic Committee, initially providing Avanti bikes as transportation around the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village, for the New Zealand team.  >>
Train Under the Watchful Eye of Greg Henderson  23 Jun 2014
Greg Henderson has launched the forst of his MS Greg Henderson training camps to take place in Bright Victoria from October 31 to November fourth. With numbers strictly to 20 riders one can look forward to a great deal of attention from the current Lotto - Belisol chief lead out man. Hendy will introduce the riders to a specific daily program designed to improve their cycling, share his expert >>
Dawkins Hitting Form Ahead of Glasgow  12 Jun 2014
New Zealand's Commonwealth Games sprinters had a successful start to their racing preparations for Glasgow. Three of the sprinters completed a clean sweep of the podium in the keirin final at the UCI Keirin Cup competition at the outdoor velodrome in Trexlertown in Pennsylvania where the squad is based. Eddie Dawkins, Sam Webster, Matt Archibald and Ethan Mitchell all won their first round >>
Busy Weekend for Aussies on Drapac  6 Jun 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling's campaign Stateside continues this weekend with two criteriums, the Air Force Association Cycling Classic's Clarendon Cup and Crystal Cup in Arlington, Virginia. Both races are part of USA Cycling's National Criterium Calendar.The events come a week after Drapac's US debut for the 2014 season at the Philadelphia Cycling Classic.Jonathan Cantwell, Robbie Hucker, Ben >>
Lapthorne Podiums in Azerbaidjan  12 May 2014
The long-time member of the Australian Professional Continental team described the result as one of the best efforts he had been a part of in the five-plus years he has been riding for Drapac. "Darren was on top of his game today," said Drapac Directeur Sportif, Agostino Giramondo. Lapthorne set up his third overall on Saturday's 115km penultimate stage, which concluded with a 22km climb. >>
Clarke Takes Yellow Azerbaidjan  9 May 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling's Will Clarke is the new leader of the Tour d'Azerbaïdjan following the second stage on Thursday where he finished runner up to Primoz Roglic (Adria Mobil). Clarke had finished in 25th place on Stage 1, but on the same time as the winner, Kenny van Hummel (Androni Giocattoli – Venezuela). Today, Roglic and Clarke maintained their advantage as the remnants of the >>
Dawkins Gets in Four Wheel Speed Training  29 Apr 2014
World champion track cycling sprinter Eddie Dawkins is used to going fast. But it did not prepare him for an adrenalin-filled hot lap around the Pukekohe Park Raceway today as a passenger in the race car of V8 Supercars Nissan star Rick Kelly. It was pay-back time after the two-time Bathurst champion tried his hand at cycling on the velodrome at Invercargill last December with Dawkins and other >>
DRAPAC To Line up at Presidential Tour of Turkey  23 Apr 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling will hit the road this week, bound for the 'transcontinental' Presidential Tour of Turkey, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2014. The Presidential Tour of Turkey runs April 27 to May 4.The eight-man team will be coming straight from a training camp on Queensland's Gold Coast and Directeur Sportif Henk Vogels believes the Australian Professional Continental >>
Meyer Hospitalised  14 Apr 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling can confirm that Travis Meyer was hit by a vehicle while training in Andorra on Saturday morning, local time.Meyer suffered multiple injuries, including a fractured skull, fractured jaw, broken arm and a bruised lung. He was airlifted from Andorra to hospital in Barcelona soon after the incident.Drapac Professional Cycling wishes the 24-year-old the very best in >>
Smith Takes Impressive Stage 1 Victory at Redlands  5 Apr 2014
Dion Smith (Hincapie Sportswear) took the stage one victory in the first race of the USA 2014 National Race Calendar at the Redlands Bicycle Classic in California. Smith took advantage of his team's brilliant final lap lead-out to take his first NRC stage win, finishing ahead of Kiwi compatriot James Oram of the Bissell Development team and Optum Pro Cycling's Will Routley. >>
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