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Watch it here- WORLD CHAMPION'S NZ TEAM SPRINT

Feb 27th, 14. New Zealand has won the World 'Team Sprint' event at the 2014 ... read more

New Zealand team pursuit qualify for medal ride

Feb 27th, 14. New Zealand will ride for the bronze medal on the opening day of ... read more

Wet, windy weather could affect track cycling world champion

Feb 25th, 14. Inclement weather could play a significant part in the UCI Track Cycling World ... read more

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Catching up with: George Bennett

April 12th, 14. With the 2014 season well and truly in full swing, our boys abroad have been very busy on the UCI World Tour, with George Bennett hitting the stage races of Santos Tour Down Under, Paris-Nice and Tour of ... read more

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Catching up with: George Bennett

April 12th, 14. With the 2014 season well and truly in full swing, our boys... read more

KIWI UPDATE: Our boys abroad

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March 22nd, 14. With the classics season ready to well and truly kick off, ... read more

Turbo Durbo cleans up mens Elite

Feb 23rd, 14. West Australia and GreenEDGE professional rider Luke 'Turbo Durbo'... read more

Top 6 for Trotman

Feb 23rd, 14. Reta Trotman was the best placed of the Elite Kiwi girls in yester... read more

Cooper wins Oceania TT title

Feb 21st, 14. Kiwi Avanti Pro Racing rider, Joe Cooper has blasted back to form ... read more

Final Jayco Suntour results

Feb 10th, 14. After the final stage of the Jayco Suntour was cancelled due to ex... read more

Orica regains the EDGE with Clarke in yellow

Feb 7th, 14. After being outclassed in the opening two days of the Jay... read more

Bauer holds second place on Jayco Sun Tour GC

Feb 6th, 14. Kiwi Garmin Sharp rider Jack Bauer has slipped to second on GC afte... read more

George Bennett will be joining Cannondale in 2014.

Nov 20th, 13. Kiwi George Bennett to join Cannondale Pro Cycling. read more

Intxausti conquers climb to take stage and Tour lead

Oct 15th, 13. Spain’s Beñat Intxausti has a stranglehold on the 2... read more

Melbourne to Warrnambool

Oct 14th, 13. Melbourne to Warrnambool highlights. read more

More in: KiwiTeamTalk, International Kiwis

Tour du Loir stage 2: Vinther takes lead as McCormick gets held up
April 18th, '14.  Luck sadly didn't shine on Hayden McCormick at the end of a hilly stage 2 of the Tour du Loir et Cher E Provost.  On the day's final punishing climb a puncture caused a hold up that set the Te Awamutu back.
 
GP de Denain Porte du Hainaut: Bouhanni wins as Henderson keeps climbing
hendo new  75April 18th, '14.  Greg Henderson continued on his journey back to full race fitness in the French one-day race; the GP de Denain Porte du Hainaut.  While French pride won the day, Kiwi form was being rediscovered.
 
Kiwi women: lining up for Winston-Salem
April 18th, '14.  In North Carolina, towards the East Coast of the USA, three Kiwi women will be lining up among an elite group of riders for a very tough and testing one-day race; the 2014 Winston-Salem Cycling Classic.
 
Greg Henderson: Lining up in Northern France

April 17th, 14. On his journey to full recovery and peak race condition, Greg Henderson will be lining up tonight for the GP de Denain Porte du Hainaut one-day race in the Denain- Valenciennes area, in Northern France close to the border of Belgium.

 
Brabantse Pijl - La Fleche Brabanconne: Gilbert grabs victory

Gilbert 75April 17th, 14No sooner have one set of classics finished than another have begun.  The cobbled classics of Harelbeke, Wevelgem, Flanders and Roubaix - designed for the all out strong men - have made way for the hilly classics of Brabanconne, Amstel Gold, Wallonne and co; designed for the more climber friendly.  

 
Injury update: Sam Bewley

bewley xray 75April 17th, 14. It seems that injuries have followed Sam Bewley a little too closely the last season or two.  Last season the 26 year old was forced out of the Vuelta a Espana with hip problems; or more specifically a hip bone that is the wrong shape for the hip socket. 

 
Hayden McCormick in France
hayden Mac 75April 17th, 14.  At the beginning of the year Hayden McCormick took victory in the National U23 Road Race Championships.  Since then McCormick has been a busy rider, racing in New Zealand before heading off to Australia and now France.
 
Paris-Roubaix: What they said . . .

April 15th, 14. So you’ve read the race report, here is an insight into what the riders thought of this year’s Queen of the Classics; from their own mouths!

 
Paris-Roubaix: Terpstra on top in the finale

P Roubix finish 75April 14th, 14. After watching the Belgian classics this season one thing was certain, it was not a question of if Omega Pharma-Quick Step could get the big monument win, but when?  

 
McGregor wins Benchmark race

BM thumbApril 13th, 14. Alex McGregor (Team Calder Stewart Road) won today’s elite round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series on the South Island’s West Coast near Hokitika.

 
Paris-Roubaix: The Opposition, Part 2

April 13th, 14 And then we come to the Slovakian.  As long as Peter Sagan is in a race tension will exist amongst the rest. Sure he didn’t have the 2014 spring campaign that we all expected he would.  

 
Paris-Roubaix: The opposition (Terpstra, Vanmarcke & Stybar)

Fabian 75April 11th, 14.  Alright then, basic rules of cycling on the World Tour: if you enter Paris-Roubaix as winner of the Tour of Flanders the week prior then your name is almost always top of the list in terms of favourites to win.  

 
Scheldeprijs: Kittel dominates the sprinters’ race

Kittel 75April 10th, 14. What was predictable about Scheldeprijs in its 102nd edition was the sprint finish at the end; what was substantially less predictable was the dominance that Marcel Kittel of GIANT-Shimano would display to take his third consecutive win in the race.