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Bevin & Buchanan crowned in Takapuna

Nov 21st, ’14.  A fantastic evening of racing in Takapuna saw Rushlee Buchanan and Patrick Bevin walk away from the BikeNZ National Criterium Championships all smiles.  Buchanan took her second national title on the road in 2014 after winning the road race crown in January while Patrick Bevin took home the men’s race in style.  Catch up on the action ... read more

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VBIKE brings world class indoor cycling to New Zealand.
Roadcycling-468x60-1Nov 29th, '14.  VBIKE boasts the complete solution for cyclists who are looking to go to the next level in capability, enjoyment and fitness.
Myron Simpson - I’ve just been taking it all in
Myron Simpson Crit Nats smlNov 29th, ’14.  A new addition to this season’s World Cup campaign is 24-year old Myron Simpson.  Having missed the first round in Guadalajara, the Budget Forklifts rider has been a recent selection for the team who will be heading to London to tackle the second round of the UCI Track World Cup from 5th-7th December.  RoadCycling caught up with him.
Belgians dominate Koksijde World Cup

Wout van Aert photo Cat Armour 150Nov 28th, ’14.  The latest round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup took place in Koksijde, Belgium, on 22 November and it was a weekend of celebration for the Belgian cyclo-cross faithful as local riders dominated.  In the men’s race it was not only a contest for the win, but also for a guaranteed lead in the World Cup standings, as winner of the opening World Cup in Valkenburg, Lars van den Haar (Netherlands), was forced to skip the event due to a fever.

Coach calls for strong showing in cycling world cup
Cameron Karwowski team pursuit 150Nov 27th, ’14.  New Zealand's top track cyclists will be looking to step up a gear when they compete in the second of three UCI World Cups in London next week.  The 16-strong team is virtually unchanged as the riders look to progress across the board in the Olympic events of team sprint, team pursuit, omnium, sprint and keirin over a shorter two and a half day programme from 5 to 7 December in London.
Andrew Nicholson: tackling the 24
Andrew Nicholson 150Nov 27th, ’14.  Right now as we speak Andrew Nicholson is taking on one of the toughest challenges in cycling; 24 hours of non-stop pedal power.  But not only that, Nicholson is attempting to do something further, as he looks to break the New Zealand 24 hour cycling record outdoors in the Seddon Park velodrome, Dunedin.  RoadCycling caught up with him prior to his attempt.
Gordon McCauley - I race all races to win
Gordon McCauley photo Hamilton City Cycling Club 150Nov 25th, ’14.  To call Gordon McCauley’s season a roller coaster is something of an understatement.  It was nearly ruined by a crash earlier in the year, but not only did McCauley bounce back to full recovery, but he also bounced back into racing with a vengeance.  RoadCycling caught up with him after completing the podium in the Hamilton City Cycling Club Thermal Chemistry Invitation Race.
Hayden McCormick - got the job done
Hayden McCormick race start photo Hamilton City Cycling Club 150Nov 25th, ’14.  Hayden McCormick has a lot to shout about right now.  His return to New Zealand after racing in Europe for much of this year has seen success fall his way on numerous occasions.  RoadCycling caught up with him after his latest win in Hamilton on Saturday.
Product review: RoadRing
RoadRing 1 150Nov 24th, ’14.  RoadCycling checks out a new concept designed to increase safety on the road, particularly in the area of turning.  The RoadRing, brought to life by Richard Wierzbinski, attempts to answer the problem of being seen better when indicating.