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Wellington’s Steve Bale to attempt World Masters Hour Record

August 4th, ’15.  New Zealander Steve Bale will attempt to break the cycling World Masters Hour Record on August 22, 2015 at the Avantidrome in Cambridge, NZ.  Bale, from Wellington, is aiming to beat the record that is currently held by Australia’s Jayson ... read more

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Dion Smith 8th in Utah stage 2
Dion Smith CN 150August 5th, ’15.  Dion Smith finished eighth in stage 2 of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah to climb up the general classification as Jure Kocjan of Team SmartStop took the stage win ahead of Smith’s teammate Robin Carpenter.
 
Nate Levin third in GP RVH Containers
Nate Levin photo Bobs Bikes 150August 5th, ’15.  It was an all-English speaking podium at the Grote Prijs RVH Containers, with Michael Storer taking the win ahead of Ian McShane and New Zealand’s Nate Levin who has once again finished on the podium in Belgium.

 
Linda Villumsen third in Logan Criterium
Linda Villumsen Tour of Utah photo UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling 150August 5th, ’15.  Linda Villumsen finished third in the Logan Criterium yesterday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah women’s race.  The national road race champion came home behind Allie Dragoo and Gretchen Stumhofer to complete the podium.
 
Pelucchi doubles up as final ramp catches sprinters out

Stage 3 - Matteo Pelucchi 150August 5th, ’15.  After taking going winless since February, Matteo Pelucchi has roared his way back to life in the sprint scene.  The Italian has taken his second stage win of the Tour de Pologne ahead of compatriot Giacomo Nizzolo and Tom Van Asbroeck.

 
New Zealand’s Junior talent will take on the world
Sam Dobbs - Club Nats TT 150August 4th, ’15.  Cycling New Zealand has named a six-strong team to compete at the UCI Road World Championships in USA in September.  Three of the team will be first-year juniors which is an exciting prospect for the future, according to Cycling New Zealand High Performance Athlete Development Manager, Graeme Hunn.
 
Oram, Torckler & Smith take on Utah as Reijnen wins stage 1
Kiel Reijnen 150August 4th, ’15.  Kiwis James Oram, Michael Torckler and Dion Smith lined up for stage 1 of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.  The opener was dominated by America, as Kiel Reijnen led a 1-2-3-4 of Americans in the finish.
 
Wellington’s Steve Bale to attempt World Masters Hour Record
Steve Bale 150August 4th, ’15.  New Zealander Steve Bale will attempt to break the cycling World Masters Hour Record on August 22, 2015 at the Avantidrome in Cambridge, NZ.  Bale, from Wellington, is aiming to beat the record that is currently held by Australia’s Jayson Austin.
 
George Bennett: building for the Vuelta
George Bennett CD 150August 4th, ’15.  We caught up with George Bennett who has returned to his first race since the Criterium du Dauphine.  Now he is in preparation for his final big goal of the year, as he looks to be in good condition for the last grand tour of 2015.
 
Pelucchi wins as crash ruins Tour de Pologne finishing sprint

Stage 2 - Matteo Pelucchi 150August 4th, ’15.  Matteo Pelucchi denied Marcel Kittel a second stage win with a powerful finishing kick to claim stage 2 of the Tour de Pologne, but a crash in the final few hundred metres that saw Caleb Ewan hit the deck first caused chaos in the bunch.

 
Nate Levin & Tom Carter star in Belgium
Nate Levin Johan Museeuw Classic photo Bart van Daele 150August 4th, ’15.  Nate Levin and Tom Carter have continued to shine on the junior scene in Belgium, with both finishing second in consecutive days of racing in Belgium.  The former took to the podium at the end of the Johan Museeuw Classic, and the latter did the same in emphatic fashion in Balen Steeg.

 
Sam Bewley - it’s a huge win
Stage 19 - Sam Bewley 150August 3rd, ’15.  Sam Bewley was a proud man at the end of Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian, after his hard work earlier on during the race resulted in teammate Adam Yates taking a brilliant, yet somewhat puzzling, World Tour win.  We caught up with Sam after the race.