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Kiwis at the worlds

Sept 29th, '15.  The world championships feel like they've finished just as soon as they began.  Blink and you've missed it.  Well, not quite.  We've got some of the Kiwi highlights caught on camera by Sirotti over the past week of ... read more

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James Oram heads line up for Te Awamutu Classic
Mens U23 - James Oram photo Graham Watson 150Oct 7th, ’15.  The opening round of the six race “Dynamo Team Championship” Cycling Series will be held in Te Awamutu this weekend. 
Yunca Junior Tour of Southland Day three recap stage 6
Junca Junior Tour of Southland day 3 - Hayden Strong photo Eugene Bonthuys 150Oct 6th, ’15.  After the first morning session of racing the finale of the Yunca Junior Tour of Southland almost didn’t happen due to the weather conditions.  But racing did go ahead although all races were shortened and some were cancelled due to the strong winds.
Yunca Junior Tour of Southland Day three recap stage 5
Junca Junior Tour of Southland day 3 - Katie Batt Kaio Hart photo Eugene Bonthuys 150Oct 6th, ’15.  The third and final day of the Yunca Junior Tour of Southland was contested on Sunday, with the riders set to line up for two more stages. The first of these was a criterium in downtown Invercargill.
What made Sam stay?
Stage 3 - Sam Bewley 150Oct 6th, ’15.  Orica GreenEDGE have been one of the more active teams in the transfer market in 2015.  A number of riders have come in and a number are on the out.  But Sam Bewley has stayed put and is set to do so for two more years.  Here we have a little ponder of what made Sam stay while others went.
Sam Bewley renews with Orica GreenEDGE
Stage 9 - Sam Bewley 150Oct 5th, ’15.  After his biggest season in Orica GreenEDGE colours it has been confirmed that Sam Bewley is to remain with the Australian outfit for another two years.  Orica GreenEDGE have embarked on a number of changes to their team, but Bewley is one of the riders cited as worth holding on to after a great 2015 season.
Vincenzo Nibali wins Il Lombardia
Il Lombardia - Vincenzo Nibali 150Oct 5th, ’15.  In the final monument classic of the season Vincenzo Nibali put to bed the disaster that was his Vuelta and soloed to victory in his home race.  The Italian national champion took his third win in the space of three weeks ahead of Daniel Moreno and Thibaut Pinot.
Coaching & Bike Fits: Why? - Q&A with Gordon McCauley
GMC Coaching group start photo Mark Sowry 150Oct 4th, ’15.  RoadCycling catches up with Gordon McCauley to talk why coaching and why bike fit.  Gordon shares the classic obstacles to getting the input of a coach, and explains that far from being exclusively elitist, actually it’s a new rider that will often benefit most from a bike fit.
Focus on: Pedal Chics
Pedal Chics 150Oct 2nd, ’15.  RoadCycling talks to Robyn Puru about Pedal Chics, a team that has birthed out of Bob’s Bikes to encourage women’s cycling at all levels from grass roots to elite levels.  Here Robyn talks origins, where Pedal Chics are heading and more.