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Tour Focus Stage 20 Morgan Blue - Team Movistar -Ever wondered what...
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15 Sep 2014
New Zealand's Jesse Sergent signalled to the professional world he has arrived as a serious contender for the biggest of stages this morning when he took a tantilisingly close second place in the Vuelta a Espana final stage time trial to Adriano Malori of Movistar. The fielding native riding for Trek Factory racing finished just eight seconds off the pace >>
Experience the Key in Hubbards Benchmark Win Previous experience on the Moutere course near Nelson played an important role...
Benchmark Action for Nelson The fifth round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling series, The Tasman Classic...
MacDonald Fifth in UCI MTB World's Hawkes Bay professional Brook MacDonald has finished fifth at the UCI Mountain...
GB Announce Tour of Britain Team British Cycling has today confirmed the six riders who will represent Great...
A Eloquence Of Movement At The Vuelta Espana David Millar’s final season as a pro is being celebrated by unique shoes...
Big Jase Allen Takes Impressive Benchmark Victory Former Commonwealth Games representative Jason Allen seized the leadership...
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15 Sep 2014
Cheatley Heads up BikeNZ Track Program 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...
12 Sep 2014
Wippert Continues Stellar Season for Drapac Wouter Wippert’s stellar season for Drapac Professional Cycling has continued with the Dutchman winning the bunch sprint for Stage 4 of the Tour of China II.It’s the 24-year-old’s eighth victory of the year and the first since his return from...
8 Sep 2014
Track Stars Look Toward Rio New Zealand’s leading cyclists will put their Commonwealth Games endeavours behind them, as they prepare to take the first steps towards the Rio Olympics at the Avantidrome this month. Most of the Glasgow medallists will be in action in the first...
28 Aug 2014
19 Aug 2014
Wairarapa To Host UCI Womens Cycling Tour in 2015 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...
17 Aug 2014
Drapac Prepared for Season Closure 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...
11 Aug 2014
NZ Juniors Achieve More Success 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...
26 Jul 2014
Super Sam Man of Gold 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...

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