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Volta Ciclista a Catalunya: stage 6 Australian success in sprint finish

March 24th, 13. The Australian Orica GreenEdge team had reason to smile after the penultimate stage of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya.

 
E3 Harelbeke: Cancellara all the way

March 23rd, 13. The 202km first cobbled World Tour race of the year was won in style for the third time in four years by Swiss time trial specialist Fabian Cancellara of RadioShack Leopard Trek.

 
Strong fields tackle 'Le Race' this weekend

Le-Race-LogoMarch 21st, 13. A strong men’s field will mean Christchurch cyclist Sam Horgan will have a tough job defending his title in the gruelling 100 kilometre Christchurch to Akaroa Le Race on Saturday.

 
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya: stage 3 One two for Movistar as Quintana is king

March 21st, 13. 180.1km and a summit finish in Vallter 2000-Setcases ended with Nairo Quintana of Team Movistar taking the stage win six seconds ahead of teammate and new overall race leader, Alejandro Valverde.

 
Kiwi Greg Henderson talks through that 'Snowy day in March'

MSR_thumbMarch 19th, 13. "There really is only about 20 or 30 guys who can race in those conditions. The rest of us. Survive and fight"

Kiwi Greg Henderson talks to Roadcycling.co.nz about that now famous 'Snowy day in March'

 
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya Stage 1: Meersman opens with a win

Meersman_thumbMarch 19th, 13. The first stage of Spain’s first major stage race fell to Omega Pharma-Quick Step rider Gianni Meersman from Belgium.

 
Milan-San Remo: Ciolek surprises in memorable race

MSR_thumbMarch 18th, 13It was terrible weather that greeted the riders out on the course of the 104th Milan-San Remo, with part of the course having to be skipped.

 
Milan-San Remo: Preview, Four Kiwis to line up

Gilbert_thumbMarch 17th, 13. In just a few hours the 104th winner of the biggest Italian one-day cycle race will be revealed. Four Kiwis will face the gun.

 
INTENSITY 'Training talk'

March 14th, 13. Richard Rollinson of CPT Cycle Coaching talks about how greater intensity of training and less hoursin the saddle can be highly beneficial.

 
Collins attempts 24 hour indoor speed record

Eugene-in-action-velodrome-cropped-230x300_thumbMarch 13th, 13. 665km in 24 hours, that’s the task ahead of Ultra distance athlete Eugene Collins this Friday.

 
Tirreno-Adriatico: stage 6, Sagan takes two as overall lead changes hands

sagan_podium_thumbMarch 12th, 13. Slovakian sprint king Peter Sagan once again laid claim to being arguably the best fast finisher in the peloton.

 
Tirreno-Adriatico: stage 5, Rodriguez races to the stage win

Joaquim_thumbMarch 11th, 13. A long day of 230km that featured two big mountain climbs and a tricky finish in Chieti, saw a day of drama as the overall contenders tried to better each other and test the water.

 
Tirreno-Adriatico: stage 4, Froome on form in Italy

March 10th, 13. Team Sky’s main Tour de France hopeful, Chris Froome, well and truly laid down the gauntlet in stage 4 of Tirreno-Adriatico.

 
Paris-Nice: stage 5 Porte powers to victory

porte_thumbMarch 9th, 13. The big names for the 2013 Paris-Nice race played their cards today, with Team Sky’s RichiePorte playing the winning hand.

 
Paris-Nice: stage 4 Golden day for Orica GreenEdge

Albasini_thumbMarch 8th, 13. 199.5km of road, seven categorised climbs, and a hard day in the saddle all round, ended in Saint-Vallier with Swiss rider Michael Albasini gaining one of two World Tour victories in the same day for the Orica GreenEdge team.

 
Paris-Nice: stage 3, Talansky takes the stage and moves into yellow

Talansky_thumbMarch 7th, 13. The yellow jersey of race leader saw its fourth different rider in as many days as America’s Andrew Talansky, riding for Garmin-Sharp, took his biggest ever career win and the yellow jersey

 
Another Kiwi making his mark

Dion_thumbMarch 6th, 13.  On his first season in America, things couldn’t have started better for young Kiwi rider Dion Smith.

 
Paris-Nice: stage 1 Bouhanni shows fighter’s spirit

Nacer_thumbMarch 5th, 13. FDJ’s Nacer Bouhanni had all the courage and fighting spirit.

 
3 Days of West Flanders: Stage 2 Ciolek on form as Vandewalle secures victory

kristoff_thumbMarch 4th, 13. Ciolek Gerald of the South African MTN-Qhubeka Team held his own in the final stage of 3 Days of West Flanders.

 
3 Days of West Flanders: Stage 1

Danialo_pic_thumbMarch 3rd, 13. Riding for the Accent Jobs cycling team, Italian rider Danilo Napolitano took out a bunch sprint on the first stage of 3 Days of West Flanders.

 
Vink wins Coffee Culture Le Race in impressive fashion

vinkMarch 23rd, 13. Michael Vink had the perfect send off for his overseas campaign with BikeNZ men's track endurance squad when he rode away from the field to win Le Race in two hours and thirty one minutes today.

 
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya: Stage 4 Martin victorious as Valverde crashes out

Bennett_sign_thumbMarch 22nd, 13. It was a day full of drama for the fourth and longest stage of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya and finished with Irishman Daniel Martin of the Garmin-Sharp team taking a fantastic stage victory and the overall race lead in fine style.

 
Kiwi Bauer crashes out of Dwars door Vlaanderen

Dwars_image_thumbMarch 21st, 13. Kiwi rider Jack Bauer crashed inside of 65km remaining in the race and had to receive support from medical personnel after being knocked unconscious and lying for several minutes out on the treacherous roads.

 
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya: Stage 2 Two up for Meersman

sam_b_thumbMarch 20th, 13. It was a mirrored situation on the podium after stage 2 of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, as Gianni Meersman took the second stage win and increased his lead at the head of the overall standings.

 
Tour de Normandie Prologue win for kiwi Tom Scully

Tom_S_thumbMarch 19th, 13. Kiwi Tom Scully from Team Raleigh took out the 3.4km prologue in the Tour de Normandie last night.

 
Scorching weekend of racing at the CHB Ultimo Junior Tour

March 18th, 13. It was a scorching weekend of racing at the CHB Ultimo Junior Tour this weekend at Waipukurau in sunny Hawks bay.

 
Milan-San Remo Start list

March 17th, 13. Milan - San Remo start list.

 
Odlin wins Oceania TT title

Paul_TT_thumbMarch 14th, 13. Our very own Paul Odlin has blistered over the 40km TT course in Canberra to win his consecutive Oceania TT title. 

 
Small Kiwi field to race in the Oceania Road Championships

March 13th, 13. Start lists for the Oceania Road Champs,Canberra.

 
One on One with Kiwi rider Clinton Avery

Avery_thumbMarch 12th, 13. Kiwi Champion Systems pro rider Clinton Avery speaks one on one about his upcoming season and cycling history.

 
Kiwi Simon Acker talks about his European adventure

Acker_Elite_mans_race_290_acker_thumbMarch 11th, 13. At 19 years of age, Simon Acker from Christchurch is one of the brightest and youngest talents to leave these shores in pursuit of the European dream.

 
Paris-Nice: stage 7, Porte secures victory

porte_thumbMarch 11th, 13. History was made in the 9.6km time trial from Nice to the Col d’Eze as Richie Porte took out victory in the final time trial and the overall win; Australia’s first ever in Paris-Nice.

 
Tirreno-Adriatico stage 3, Sagan soars in Narni Scalo

sagan_thumbMarch 9th, 13. Showing just why he won the green points jersey of the Tour de France last year, Peter Sagan took stage 3’s sprint finish ahead of Britain’s Mark Cavendish and Germany’s Andre Greipel.

 
Tirreno-Adriatico: stage 2, In the rain Goss reigns

matt-goss_thumbMarch 8th, 13. Matthew Goss was the second reason for Orica GreenEdge to smile today (for the first check out Paris-Nice stage 4).

 
Tirreno-Adriatico Team Time Trial, Belgian outfit dominate with Martin, Cav and co

Omega_Pharma_thumbMarch 7th, 13. A 16.9km Team Time Trial opened Tirreno-Adriatico this year with the 22 competing teams battling rainy conditions along the course.

 
Villumsen rejoins the pro circuit

Linda_tt_thumbMarch 6th, 13. Kiwi World champion Time trial medallist Linda Villumsen has signed with the female Wiggle Honda Pro racing team.

 
Paris-Nice: Stage 2, Kittel comes out on top

Marcel_K_thumbMarch 6th, 13. Marcel Kittelof Team Argos-Shimano made up for being caught out in a second group yesterday, by taking todays Stage 2.

 
Huge win for Kiwi Emily Collins in the weekends Omloop in Belgium

Collins_podium_thumbMarch 4th, 13. Kiwi Pro Emily Collins takes the biggest win of her career, with support from her Wiggle Honda Pro team she won the women's Omloop van Hageland.

 
Paris-Nice: Prologue , Gaudin leads a French one-two

damien_gaudin_thumbMarch 4th, 13. The ‘Race to the Sun’ began yesterday with a 2.9km prologue in the Houilles area, and it produceda surprise result with Damien Gaudin of France taking victory by one second.

 
Evans wins elite cycling series opener

Benchmark_logo_thumbMarch 2nd, 13. Otago University student Brad Evans had his best win on the road in the opening round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling series in Oxford, winning a sprint finish from Bradley Tuhi and Joseph Chapman.

 
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