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Angus Edmond: living cyclocross

Oct 22nd, ’14.  At this point in the year the road cyclists in Europe are mostly hanging up their wheels and opting for a number of different alternatives to keep fit and healthy over the winter; one of them is cyclocross.  But for Angus Edmond life on two wheels and mud is his bread and butter.  We caught up with ... read more

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Sam Gaze looking for back-to-back wins in Taupo
Sam Gaze winning the 2013 edition of the Contact Huka XL Mountain Bike race photo Taupo Camera Club smlOct 22nd, ’14.  The Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge is pleased to announce that Commonwealth Games medallist, Sam Gaze, who took out silver in the Men’s Mountain Bike at the recent Glasgow Commonwealth Games, will be one of the riders taking on this year’s Contact Huka XL elite MTB race on Saturday the 29th
of November.
 
Angus Edmond: living cyclocross
Angus Edmond NZ 150Oct 22nd, ’14.  At this point in the year the road cyclists in Europe are mostly hanging up their wheels and opting for a number of different alternatives to keep fit and healthy over the winter; one of them is cyclocross.  But for Angus Edmond life on two wheels and mud is his bread and butter.  We caught up with him after the first round of the UCI World Cup in Valkenburg to ask three quick questions.
 
Scott Ambrose in Hainan
Moreno Hofland 150Oct 21st, ’14.  The Tour of Hainan got underway in Chengmai yesterday and in the short and swift opening stage Belkin Pro Cycling’s Moreno Hofland got things off to a winning start.  Also in the field is New Zealand’s Scott Ambrose of Team Novo Nordisk.
 
 
Van der Haar & Compton get World Cup defence off to strong start

Oct 21st, ’14.  With the European road race season at an end, cyclo-cross is hitting the headlines again, with the first World Cup event taking place in Valkenburg in the Netherlands over the past weekend.

 
Luke Mudgway - I am on the right track
Luke Mudgway 150Oct 20th, ’14.  Saturday saw Luke Mudgway take out the sprint for second place in round 2 of the Trust House North Island Series.  A near flawless day’s work saw Mudgway concede victory to track teammate Regan Gough.  We caught up with him afterwards to discuss how things had gone.
 
 
Regan Gough - a very unexpected day out
Regan Gough 150Oct 20th, ’14.  While to us the news of Regan Gough winning round 2 of the Trust House North Island Series may not make us bat an eyelid - he is a multiple world championship gold medallist and one of New Zealand’s brightest talents after all - for Regan the win was much less anticipated.  We caught up with him after the race to get his take on events.
 
 
Regan Gough triumphs in round 2 of Trust House Series
Regan Gough 150Oct 18th, ’14.  Regan Gough has won round 2 of the Trust House North Island Series.  After a day of aggressive riding from the off Gough took off from the rest in the final kilometre to edge out the win from track teammate Luke Mudgway and overall race leader Gordon McCauley.

 
Gough returns to opening World Cup track cycling team
Team Pursuit 150 Guy SwarbrickOct 18th, ’14.  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.
 
Roulston lines up for Japan Cup
Hayden Roulston Paris-Roubaix 150Oct 18th, ’14.  Tomorrow Hayden Roulston lines up for the Japan Cup, the final 1.HC race of 2014.  Roulston will line up as part of a strong Trek Factory Racing team competing against a number of World Tour teams.  It is Trek Factory Racing’s last race of the 2014 season and heralds the end of the season away from home for a number of riders.