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Benchmark Homes series opener features top riders

Horgan Elite BM thumbFeb 27th, 14. Saturday’s opening round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series in Oxford, North Canterbury features Sam Horgan, Michael Vink and Dan Barry who are fresh from competing in Australia for their Budget Forklifts continental team and World Pro Tour rider George Bennett.

 
Wet, windy weather could affect track cycling world championships

Feb 25th, 14Inclement weather could play a significant part in the UCI Track Cycling World Championships that begin in Colombia on Thursday (NZ time).

 
Top 6 for Trotman

Feb 23rd, 14. Reta Trotman was the best placed of the Elite Kiwi girls in yesterdays Oceania road race in Toowoomba Qld. West Australian Jessica Allen won the race from Lisa Keeling (ACT) with Shara Gillow (GreenEDGE) third.

 
Strong team named for UCI Track Cycling World Championships

Feb 11th, 14New Zealand will send a team of 11 riders to contest the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Colombia this month.

 
Orica regains the EDGE with Clarke in yellow

Feb 7th, 14. After being outclassed in the opening two days of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, the Australian WorldTour team turned the tables on rivals Garmin-Sharp as Simon Clarke’s bold breakaway was rewarded with a stage two victory into Bendigo and the leader’s yellow jersey.

 
Gordon McCauley - Broken but not beaten

McCauley thumbFeb 3rd, 14. When Kiwi cycling legend Gordon McCauley started the season, his goals were simple — win as many A grade and Elite races as possible, and help drive and teach the GMC Development team as much as he could.

 
Wippert claims first sprint finish

wippet thumbJan 30th, 14. It was perfect timing and team work that delivered Dutch rider Wouter Wippet (Drapac Professional Cycling) to the first sprint finish win of the 2014 NZCC Cycling classic.

 
Australia Day Glory for Gerrans

close greipel finish thumbJan 26th, 14. Victorian Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE) has celebrated Australia Day by winning his third Santos Tour Down Under crown in front of 115 thousand fans who flocked to the Adelaide City circuit for the Be Safe Be Seen - MAC final stage of the WorldTour season opening event.

 
Gerrans edges Evans to reclaim lead

Richie stage win thumbJan 25th, Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE) has set himself up to become the first three-time winner of the Santos Tour Down Under in a dramatic day of racing that saw Richie Porte (Team SKY) win the Pure Blonde Stage 5

 
Evans fires a winning blow

Jack finish thumb23rd Jan 14. Cadel Evans (BMC Racing) delivered the winning blow on the now famous 'Corkscrew' climb 7km's from the finish of today's third stage of the Santos Tour down Under.

 
Santos Tour down Under stage one highlights

Jan 21st, 14. Santos Tour down Under Stage one Highlights.

 
Kittel Conquers Classic

finish thumbJan 20th, 14. German speedster Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) has sprinted home to claim the 2014 People's Choice Classic crown ahead of countryman Andre Greipel (Lotto Belisol) and Australian young gun Caleb Ewan (UniSA-Australia) as the Santos Festival of Cycling kicked off in spectacular style on the banks of the River Torrens in Adelaide.

 
Back to the future for bike design

lotus thumbJan 15th, 14. In 1996, the UCI decided that enough was enough. Bicycle technology had progressed too far, epitomised by the Lotus bike Chris Boardman rode to a gold medal in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, or conversely, the home made bike Graeme Obree rode to a new hour record a year later.

 
2014 Elite mens and U23 coverage

Jan 13th, 14. Full coverage of the 2014 Mens and U23 Elite road championships.

 
Buchanan grabs exciting win in Calder Stewart Road Cycling Champs

Jan 12th, 14A brave front-running performance from London Olympian Rushlee Buchanan produced an outstanding victory in the Calder Stewart Elite Road National Championships in Christchurch today.

 
Who can win on Dyers this year?

Hendo and Roly thumbJan 11th, 14. Who can win on Dyers in 2014? Can Roly (Hayden Roulston) repeat his outstanding performance from 2013? Will George Bennett climb to perfection? Bauer (Jack) or Vink (Michael)? the race will be hotly contested at 10am tomorrow morning.

 
Wills secures first NZ tour win, footage here

Jan 5th, 14. Ryan Wills has secured his biggest win since the ronde van vlaams Brabant' back in June, winning the 2014 Tour de Vineyards a week out from the NZ Elite national championships.

 
Tour de Vineyards Stage 3 footage

Jan 4th, 14. Joshua Barry has captured all the stage 3 footage from the 2014 Tour de Vineyards.

 
Tour de Vineyards footage

Jan 3rd, 14. 2014 The 2014 Tour de Vineyards in in full swing as we speak, here is some video footage shot by Daniel Barry's brother Joshua Barry.

 
Gough leads Tour de Vineyards

Jan 2nd, 14. Regan Gough has taken the stage win and overall GC position at the 2013/14 Tasman Wheelers Tour de Vineyards in Nelson. He won the sprint over the leading 10 escape riders on the Moutere Circuit race over 128km's.

 
New Zealand team pursuit qualify for medal ride

Feb 27th, 14. New Zealand will ride for the bronze medal on the opening day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Colombia.

The young Kiwi combination clocked a solid 4:02.065 to be fourth fastest in qualifying for the men’s 4000m team pursuit in Cali this afternoon (NZ time).

 
Turbo Durbo cleans up mens Elite

Feb 23rd, 14. West Australia and GreenEDGE professional rider Luke 'Turbo Durbo' Durbridge has taken out the mens Elite Oceania road race in the weekend.

 
Cooper wins Oceania TT title

Feb 21st, 14. Kiwi Avanti Pro Racing rider, Joe Cooper has blasted back to form winning today's Oceania Elite mens TT title in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Joining Cooper on the podium was Otago's Reta Trotman who finished third in the Elite womens field. 

 
Final Jayco Suntour results

Feb 10th, 14. After the final stage of the Jayco Suntour was cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, Orica GreenEDGE rider Simon Clarke was awarded the overall win.

 
Bauer holds second place on Jayco Sun Tour GC

Feb 6th, 14. Kiwi Garmin Sharp rider Jack Bauer has slipped to second on GC after the second stage of the Jayco Sun Tour after today's Geelong to Ballarat stage. His fellow Garmin team member Nathan Haas won the stage and holds the yellow jersey.

 
Vink holds on to win the 2014 NZCC

vinkFeb 2nd, 14. Michael Vink (Budget Forklifts racing) has hung on to his lead to claim the overall GC win at this years NZCC Cycling classic.

 
First blood for Vink

Jan 29th, 14. In his first start in the new Australian Budget Forklift racing kit, Kiwi Michael Vink as fired the first bullet in the NZCC 5.1km opening prolouge TT.

 
Stage five finish

Jan 25th, 14. Stage five Santos Tour down Under finish.

 
Greipel takes the fourth stage win in Victor Harbour

greipel finish thumbJan 24th, 14. It was a clear bike length for Andre Greipel ( Lotto) in today's fast finish into Victor Harbour for the fourth stage of the Santo Tour down Under beating lead out rider and team member Jurgen Roelandts.

 
Ulissi unleashes for Stirling win

Gerrans ThumbJan 22nd, 14. Italian Diego Ulissi of the Lampre-Merida team stole the show in Stirling today holding off star Australians Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE) and Cadel Evans (BMC) who crossed for the minor placings at the end of the 150km stage BikeExchange.com.au Stage 2 through the Adelaide Hills.

 
Gerrans grabs stage win in early bid for triple crown

Finish thumbJan 21st, 14. Australian Simon Gerrans has continued his impressive season start and signalled his intention to claim his third Santos Tour Down Under crown with a stunning sprint to win the San Remo Pasta Stage 1 in Angaston.

 
Wind may be the main contender in 2014

 

evens confrence thumbJan 18th, 14. Wind, Fire, heat waves... these seem the three main contenders for this years Santos Tour down Under.

 
Proven and potential performers head to UCI World Cup cycling

Jan 13th, 14. Two young road cycling standouts get their chance back on the track after being included in the BikeNZ team to contest next week’s final UCI World Cup in Mexico.

 
Roulston prevails for fourth victory in Calder Stewart NZ Road Cycling

finish croped 300 thumbJan 12th, 14. Christchurch-based professional Hayden Roulston claimed his fourth victory after a colossal battle at the Calder Stewart Elite National Road Cycling Championships on home turf today.

 
Buchanan wins Elite womens National title

Jan 11th, 14. Rushlee Buchanan has won her 2nd Nation Elite road title in Christchurch today.

 
Nielsen, Gunman, Gough lead upsets in Calder Stewart cycling nationals

Jan 10th, 14. The favourites had to play second fiddle at the time trials on the first day of the Calder Stewart Elite Road Cycling National Championships in Christchurch today.

 
Tour de Vineyards Stage 4 footage

Jan 4th, 14. The famous Takaka Hill top stage 4 finish, footage thanks to Joshua Barry.

 
Wills first up Takaka Hill

Jan 4th, 14. Once again the tour leader’s jersey has passed onto yet another rider at the end of what is considered to be the paramount day of the Woollaston Estates Tineli Tour de Vineyards.

 
McCormick moves into the leaders jersey

Jan 2nd, 14. Young Lotto Belisol Rider Hayden McCormick has jumped into the lead at the Tour de Vineyards in Nelson after today's tough 128km Neudorf Hill stage. Scott Thomas (L and M Racing) is second at 35 seconds.

 
Women’s cycling programme to benefit from extra funding

linda rr thumbDec 18th, 13. BikeNZ is delighted with the additional investment into the organisation’s high performance programme which will increase by $400,000 per year in 2014.

 
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