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Jack Bauer is up for the Giro challenge

JackBauerThumbMay 3rd, 12. Jack Bauer told RoadCycling he is ready to face his first Grand Tour when the Giro d'Italia kicks off this weekend, "I'm pretty excited".

 
PBR share the challenges of Asian racing

RomanVanUdenPainThumbMay 3rd, 12. With just one tour remaining in this Asian block, PureBlack Racing team captain Roman van Uden spoke to RoadCycling.co.nz about the challenges of racing in Asia.

 
Where in the world is ... Chris Macic in 2012

ChrisMacic2012ThumbMay 2nd, 12. Where in the world is Kiwi International Chris Macic this year? He is in the Netherlands racing for Marco Polo Donckers Koffie.

 
Subway challenged in Korea

thumb_TdKSt3Subway4May 1st, 12. Subway Pro Cycling made the most of the challenging eight day UCI 2.2 Tour of Korea. The team returned home today after the 880km tour.

 
Kiwis ace Queen stage in Borneo

PBRBorneoMay 1st, 12. 215km, 3300m of climbing, over 6 hours of racing and two Australians with their eyes firmly on yellow could not stop PureBlack Racing on the penultimate stage of the Tour of Borneo.

 
NZ: Meenhorst takes maiden win of the season

AlexMeenhorstParisMantes_1Apr 30th, 12. Alex Meenhorst secured the first win of his 6th season as a Kiwi international when he took sprint victory in Paris Mantes after a tough day on the bike.

 
Bennett climbing with the best in Romandie

WATSON_00002940-018_1Apr 29th, 12. When you think of Switzerland you think of mountains - and when you think of mountains, George Bennett comes to mind. The Kiwi pro has been flying in the Tour de Romandie.

 
Podium, break, jersey - Vennell, Tivers, Lowe

JMVennett_1Apr 29th, 12. The Joe Martin Stage Race in the USA tends to see plenty of Kiwi action and the first two stages of this year's edition were no different - with some good results, but a collarbone break too.

 
Aaron Gate - a childhood dream

NZTAaronGateApr 27th, 12. Aaron Gate is one step closer to achieving his childhood dream after today's announcement he has made the New Zealand track squad to compete at the London Olympics.

 
Eddie Dawkins - four years of training paid off

NZTEddieDawkinsApr 27th, 12. "I've been training for the last four years waiting for today's decision," Eddie Dawkins told RoadCycling.co.nz about his inclusion in the NZ Olympic team for London.

 
Natasha Hansen - still in shock

RCNatashaThumbApr 27th, 12. "I am still in shock – I am shaking still. It's crazy." Natasha Hansen told RoadCycling.co.nz about hearing she was going to the Olympic Games.

 
NZ's London 2012 Olympic Track team

NZTeamsApr 27th, 12. Congratulations to the riders who will represent New Zealand at the Olympic Games track events in the London Velodrome come August.

 
Courteney Lowe on the top step of the podium

CourteneyLoweThumbApr 27th, 12. Kiwi Courteney Lowe shares details of her two podium successes this international season - last weekend's win, and a 3rd place earlier on.

 
Road to Recovery: Myron Simpson

GWMyronSimpsonThumbApr 24th, 12. He broke his collarbone at the worst possible time - Myron Simpson shares the disappointment and the road to recovery after his crash three weeks before the World Champs.

 
Where in the world is ... Alex Meenhorst in 2012

St04MeenhorstThumbApr 24th, 12. Where in the world is Kiwi international Alex Meenhorst this season? He is tucked away in Schleck country - Luxembourg.

 
Looking to London: Linda Villumsen

LindaVillumsen1ThumbApr 20th. 12. A podium in the tough La Fleche Wallonne Feminine yesterday is a good indication NZ's Linda Villumsen is progressing well towards her Olympic goal.

 
Alex Frame - I'm just doing me

AlexFrameThumb_1Apr 19th, 12. From the track to the road - 18 year old Alex Frame is off to Belgium for his second season as a Kiwi International, with a top result at the Track World Champs under his belt.

 
Photo: Mike Northey's mammoth trophy

MikeNortheyTrophyThumbApr 17th, 12. View the mammoth trophy Kiwi Mike Northey won for his 1st place on Stage 1 in the Tour du Loir-et-Cher in France last week.

 
Kiwi podiums in America's Queen of the Classics

JeremyVennellThumbApr 16th, 12. Kiwi international Jeremy Vennell earned 3rd place in the Tour of the Battenkill, USA's answer to Paris Roubaix and one of the toughest one day races stateside.

 
NZ Champion chasing a win at the Tour de Filipinas

DCJamesWilliamsonThumbApr 15th, 12. NZ Road Champion James Williamson is back in action this week at the UCI2.2 Tour de Filipinas where he finished 5th in the opening stage.

 
Jack Bauer to race the Giro d'Italia

JackBauerThumbMay 3rd, 12. BREAKING NEWS. NZ 2010 Road Champion Jack Bauer has been named in the Garmin Barracuda team for the Giro d'Italia.

 
A tough day in Germany for young Kiwis

nz-flagMay 2nd, 12. The U23 NZ Team had a tough outing at the 140km Rund um den Finanzplatz in Frankfurt today where heat and hills took their toll.

 
Torckler takes the title in Tour of Borneo

TorcklerSq_1May 1st, 12. "It's pretty special to win the first edition of the race," said Michael Torckler after winning the inaugural Tour of Borneo today after leading from Stage 1.

 
Jesse Sergent to ride the Giro d'Italia

St66TDUSergentThumbMay 1st, 12. Kiwi Jesse Sergent has been named in the RadioShack Nissan Trek team for the 2012 Giro d'Italia. This will be the first time the 23 year old has tackled a Grand Tour.

 
Another day of defending for PureBlack Racing

thumb_PBRYellowBorneoSt3Apr 30th, 12. After a day on the front of the peloton for much of the 181km Stage 3 of the Tour of Borneo, PureBlack retained the yellow jersey for their leader Michael Torckler.

 
Photos: Bennett's TT in Romandie

WATSON_00002943-018_1Apr 30th, 12. Photos: Kiwi neo-pro George Bennett had a great Tour de Romandie where he showed his potential as a GC rider in years to come. 

 
3rd placing keeps Torckler in yellow

PBRBorneoApr 29th, 12. After dominating the podium on the opening stage, NZ's Pure Black knew they would have a tough day during Stage 2 of Tour of Borneo where Michael Torckler was in the yellow jersey.

 
Incredible 1 2 3 by Kiwis in Borneo

PBRBorneoApr 28th, 12. Everything went right for PureBlack Racing in the first stage of the inaugural UCI2.2 Tour of Borneo where Michael Torckler took the win and his teammates finished 2nd and 3rd.

 
Alison Shanks - a huge honour

AliShanksPodiumThumbApr 27th, 12. While it was no surprise to see Individual Pursuit World Champion Alison Shanks included as part of the NZ Olympic track squad, for her it was a relief.

 
Lauren Ellis - Olympics are the ultimate goal

wcd2womenstp_thmApr 27th, 12. "Going to the Olympics is the ultimate goal for any athlete," Lauren Ellis told RoadCycling.co.nz today after being officially named in the Team Pursuit squad for London.

 
Simon van Velthooven - his Olympic dream came true
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Apr 27th, 12. "Going to the Olympics is huge, and it's a huge feat in anyone's life." Simon van Velthooven on the honour of being named in NZ's Olympic track team.

 
Hayden McCormick on his big win in France

thumb_HaydenMCCormickYellowApr 27th, 12. In early April he was trying to win the Te Awamutu Jnr Tour in NZ, fast forward just two weeks and Hayden McCormick won a top class UCI tour in France.

 
Where in the world is ... Courteney Lowe in 2012

CourteneyLoweThumbApr 27th, 12. Where in the world is Kiwi international Courteney Lowe this year? She is in Asheville, North Carolina with her new team Optum Pro Cycling Team.

 
Hayden Roulston moves his focus to July

RoulstonFaceThumbApr 23rd, 12. With the Classics season done and dusted, Hayden Roulston has turned his attention to his next big goal, July's Tour de France - he told RoadCycling.co.nz

 
Teen's win tops solid weekend of Intl Kiwi results

nz-flagApr 23rd, 12. UPDATED Te Awamutu teenager Hayden McCormick won a junior tour, Le Trophée Centre Morbihan, in France today - the best result of a good weekend of Kiwi racing.

 
Kiwi Linda Villumsen podiums in Fleche Wallonne

LindaVillumsenThumbApr 19th, 12. Kiwi rider Linda Villumsen climbed to third place at the 123km La Flèche Wallonne Feminine today to take her second podium for new team GreenEdge.

 
Wrong directions ruin NZ Champion's chances

DCJamesWilliamsonThumbApr 18th, 12. The Tour de Filipinas have not gone well for NZ Road Champion James Williamson and the final day was the worst of all with wrong directions ruining his good placing.

 
Kiwi weekend roundup April 14-15 2012

nz-flagApr 16th, 12. It was a busy weekend for Kiwi internationals with representation across Asia, Europe and the USA and a mix of results and conditions - from snow to soaring temperatures!

 
Where in the world is ... Rico Rogers 2012

RicoRogersProfileThumbApr 17th, 12. Kiwi international Rico Rogers has based himself in Belgium, France, Australia and Asia for cycling - this year he moved to the UK to race with team Node4 Giordana Subaru.

 
Hail rain cold and crashes steal yellow from Northey

MikeNortheyTeamPhotoApr 15th, 12. He called it the coldest day he has spent on a bike. NZ's Mike Northey lost the yellow jersey in the Tour du Loir-et-Cher today in horrid weather conditions.

 
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