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Records Fall at Karapoti  2 Mar 2014
Pre-race favourites didn't disappoint at the 2014 Scott Karapoti Classic in Wellington yesterday. But in a race full of former champions, they needed race records to take the top spots in New Zealand's premier mountain bike event. Established in 1986, the Scott Karapoti Classic is the longest running mountain bike race in the Southern Hemisphere. Based in Upper Hutt's rugged Akatarawa Ranges >>
Kiwi Team Pursuit in the Ride for Medals  27 Feb 2014
New Zealand will ride for the bronze medal on the opening day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Colombia. The young Kiwi combination clocked a solid 4:02.065 to be fourth fastest in qualifying for the men's 4000m team pursuit in Cali this afternoon (NZ time). World champions Australia take on Denmark for the gold medal after the Danish combination, third at last year's world >>
Drapac LOOK To Big Results at Oceania Championships  20 Feb 2014
Drapac Professional Cycling will send a strong 14-man squad to this week's 2014 Zarraffa's Oceania Road Championships to be held in Toowoomba, Queensland from Friday, February 21 to Sunday February 23.Directeur Sportif, Henk Vogels believes that Drapac is set for a big performance, particularly in the Elite Men's Road Race come Sunday."We really want to go up there and win the race… We've got >>
Clarke Takes Over Jayco Herald Sun Tour Lead  7 Feb 2014
Simon Clarke (Orica GreenEdge) took the honours on Stage 2 of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour from a tough day long breakaway, with a lead group that was being whittled down to three riders on the Cat 1 climb of the day up Mt Alexander. The group comprised of Clarke, Cameron Wurf (Team Cannondale) and Jack Haig (Avanti) all contributed well with Clarke safe in the knowledge that at the finish line in >>
Track Stars Head to Wanganui  6 Feb 2014
New Zealand's track cyclists will head to Wanganui this weekend for much-needed competitive racing ahead of next month's UCI World Championships. They will compete in the International Night of Stars at Cooks Garden outdoor velodrome on Saturday, with riders competing from Australia, Malaysia and Great Britain in the event which has received UCI sanction as a qualifying event for the 2014-2015 >>
Shanks Praised By BikeNZ Boss on Retirement Call  1 Feb 2014
New Zealand cycling bosses have lauded the contribution of two-time World Champion Alison Shanks who announced her retirement from the sport today. BikeNZ High Performance Director, Mark Elliott said that Shanks had made a tough call but it was typical of her attitude that she did not want to continue in the sport unless she could be the best in the world. "Since Sarah Ulmer, our ranks in terms >>
BikeNZ Names Junior Development Team  1 Feb 2014
The Oceania road cycling championships will be held next month in Queensland. The BikeNZ Junior Development Selection Panel has selected 10 riders to compete in the Championships, as a part of a New Zealand Team. Riders will race as a team in the event battling it out against the Australian and other Oceania teams. The racing includes an individual time trial and road races over a challenging >>
Final Start List for 2014 NZCT  27 Jan 2014
START LIST – NZCT CYCLE CLASSIC 2014 NZCT New Zealand National Team Team Manager: Fred Christensen 1 Fraser Gough New Zealand 2 James Oram New Zealand 3 Tom Scully New Zealand 4  >>
Buchanan Takes Gold  11 Jan 2014
A brave front-running performance from London Olympian Rushlee Buchanan produced an outstanding victory in the Calder Stewart Elite Road National Championships in Christchurch today. Buchanan (Te Awamutu), who has moved to the United Healthcare professional team in USA, gave them their first national champion and her second New Zealand title after winning in 2010. After relinquishing the lead >>
Gough - Nielsen and Gunman Power to Gold Medals  10 Jan 2014
Nielsen, Gunman, Gough lead upsets in Calder Stewart cycling nationals The favourites had to play second fiddle at the time trials on the first day of the Calder Stewart Elite Road Cycling National Championships in Christchurch today. Olympic track rider Jaime Nielsen upset five-time world championship medallist Linda Villumsen to win the women's time trial over 25kms at Lincoln University.  >>
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