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Buchanan & Kiesanowski on the TTT

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Sept 22nd, ’14.  Kiwis Joanne Kiesanowski and Rushlee Buchanan lined up last night for the ... read more

Watch our Kiwis at the Worlds

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Sept 22nd, '14.  Tonight the men's under-23 individual time trial will feature both James Oram ... read more

Patrick Bevin wins National Capital Tour

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Sept 22nd, ’14.  Patrick Bevin of the search2retain cycling team has won the National Capital ... read more

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Uran wins Stage 10

May 14th, 13. Sky take control but what damage has it done to pre race favorite Bradley Wiggins as he loses time on his rivals.

Final climb destroys the field in the Tour of California

May 14th, 13. The final climb over the Tram Way on the second stage of the Tour of California has destroyed the field, with an average gradient of 9% the riders were completely scattered.

Westra wins first stage of the Amgen Tour of California

May 13th, 13. Vacansoleil-DCM rider Lieuwe Westra has snatch the victory from the race stage favorite Peter Sagan (Cannondale) on the first stage of the Tour of California today.

Sergent performs in the ITT

ITT thumbMay 12th, 13. Kiwi RadioShack rider Jesse Sergent shows his time trialing style on the eighth stage of the Giro over night finishing with the top favorites in 15th place.

Tour of Toowoomba NRS report

Will walker thumbMay 10th, 13. Experienced Kiwi cyclist and coach Karl Murray heads a NZ team at the Tour of Toowoomba.

Benchmark Elite series round three start list

May 9th, 13. Full Round three Benchmark Elite series start list.

Stage five full results

stage 5 finish thumbMay 9th, 13. Stage five full results.

Vink wins Sinaai Kermesse in Belgium

Vink kermesse thumbMay 8th, 13. With all eyes on the Giro it's hard to get lost in the hype but for many others its racing a usual, this was the case for Kiwi European based rider Michael Vink who has just won the Sinaai Kermesse in Belgium.

Giro d'Italia Stage 4

Roly stage 4 thumbMay 8th, 13. 23 y/o Enrico Battaglin ( Bardiani Valvole- CSF Inox) has upset the favourites to take the fourth stage win the Giro d'Italia.

Paolini wins stage three

paolini pink podium thumbMay 7th, 13. Katusha rider Luca Paolini attacked the leading bunch on the final descent to take a deserving solo win on stage three of the Giro d'Italia.

Sky Pro Cycling take teams time trial win

May 6th, 13. The team of Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins (Sky Pro Cycling) has taken an impressive teams time trial win on the second stage of the Giro d'Italia.

2013 Giro d'Italia start list

May 3rd, 13. 2013 Giro d'Italia start list

Giro d’Italia: race preview - sprinters

cav thumbMay 3rd, 13. One of the beauties of a three week tour like the Giro is the fact that in the 21 - or so - different stages you can guarantee variety.  The pancake flat roads will appeal to the fast finishers, racing towards the finish line with an average speed of somewhere in the mid-40s!

Kiwi female rider Paterson conquers Japan Keirin series

in full dress thunbMay 2nd, 13. Paige Paterson, a name we are not all familiar with, but this 18 y/o has just experienced the time of her life racing in the Japan ‘girls’ Keirin series.

Cooper headlines the 'Battle on the border'

genesys_thumbApril 30th, 13. Kiwi and Tour de Perth winner Joe Cooper (Huon Genesys - Wealth advisers) head lines the 'Battle on the Border' on the Australia Gold Coast/NSW border.

Tour de Romandie: Stage 5 Martin, master of the time trial

Tony_martin_tt_thumbApril 29th, 13. It was a textbook ride for Omega Pharma-Quick Step’s Tony Martin for the final stage of the Tour de Romandie.

Tour de Romandie: Stage 3 Meersman on song again

April 27th, 13. Omega Pharma-Quick Step seem to be blessed with more fast finishers than they know what to do with, or so the case can be made after stage 3 of the Tour de Romandie.

Tour de Romandie: Stage 1 Meersman on form in Renens

April 25th, 13. The 176.8km that separated St Maurice from Renens were by no means easy, with three categorised climbs including a category 2 ascent after 120km.

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Date Race    
29th June Crowe Horwath Corporate Pursuit Preview Report
6th July Crowe Horwath Corporate Pursuit  Preview Report
27th July Karioi Classic Preview Report 
27th July Okoroire Mid Winter Fun Ride Preview   
10th August Dynamo Events Winter Fun Rides Preview  Report 
16th August Benchmark Homes Elite Series Preview  Report 
17th August Dynamo Events Winter Fun Rides Preview   
24th August Dynamo Events Winter Fun Rides Preview   
30th August Tearfund Poverty Cycle Preview  
13th September Benchmark Homes Elite Series    
18th-20th September Avanti Bike NZ Classic & Bike NZ Cup    
20th September Trust House Cycling Series    
20th September Twizel - Timaru Preview  
20th-21st September Feilding Festival of Cycling    
3rd-5th October Yunca Junior Tour of Southland    
4th October Benchmark Homes Elite Series    
5th October Wairarapa Cycle Challenge    
7th-8th October ILT Track Carnival    
11th October Horizon Energy Motu Challenge    
11th October Te Awamutu Open    
18th October  Trust House Cycling Series    
26th October NBS Milk & Honey Race    
1st November
Trust House Cycling Series    
2nd-8th November SBS Bank Tour of Southland    
8th November Stevenson Mining Source to Sea    
15th November Yunca Junior Tour of Southland    
15th November Coast Road Cycle Challenge    
15th-16th November Ride to Conquer Cancer    
16th November Bike the Bridge    
28th November BodyFuel Criterium    
29th November Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge    
6th December Trust House Cycling Series    
6th December Horizon Energy Motu Challenge    
6th December Benchmark Homes Festival of Cycling     
17th January SRAM Tour de Ranges    
18th January  Turfrey Tour de Beautiful, Central Hawkes Bay    
24th January   Taranaki Cycle Challenge     
24th January  Distinction Hotels Milford Mountain Classic    
29th January-1st February NZCT Cycle Classic     
15th-21st February BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge     
19th-22nd March BDO Tour of Northland    
21st-22nd March  Ultimo Cycling CHB Junior Tour    
28th March Forrest Grape Ride     
18th April Taupo to Rotorua 100k Flyer     



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The importance of 'Bike Fit'

bike_fit_thumbApril 22nd, 13.  Getting a bike fit done is the single most worthwhile upgrade to any bike. It is the only way to have a truly personal bike that fits you like a glove and ensures the most efficient ride possible whilst reducing the chance of unnecessary injury.

Tour of California, Stage 2 full results

stage 2 podium thumbMay 14th, 13. Stage 2 full results.

Full Tour of California results Stage one

May 13th, 13. Kiwi Jeremy Vennell heads the three NZ riders at the Amgen Tour of California.

Solo win on stage 9

stage 9 finish thumbMay 13th, 13. A solo attack in the last 50 km's paid dividends for Katusha rider Maxim Belkov as he braved the conditions and dangerous roads to win the stage by 44 seconds.

Full stage 7 results

May 11th, 13. Aussie Adam Hanson (Lotto Belisol) was the lone surviver of the breakaway group on stage seven, winning the stage by over one minite from Enrico Battaglin (Bardiani Valvole) and Danilo Di Luca (Vini Fantini).

Cavendish wins stage number two

May 10th, 13. It was stage win number two for Omega Pharma- Quick step sprinter Mark Cavendish overnight.

Impressive women’s field largest ever for third round of a Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series

Benchmark Nelson FM 1 Lauren thumbMay 9th, 13. Touring professional and multiple world championship medal winner Linda Villumsen, Olympian Lauren Ellis and Sophie Williamson, who has signed with US based women’s pro team Vanderkitten, head the largest women’s field ever assembled for a Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series round on Saturday.

BikeNZ sprint coach Justin Grace resigns to put family first

bike nz logo thumbMay 8th, 13. BikeNZ will be on the lookout for a new sprint coach after the resignation this week by national coach Justin Grace.

Stage Four full results

Battaglin stage 4 thumbMay 8th, 13. Full results from the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia.

Stage three full results

May 7th, 13. Stage 3 Full results.

Stage two full results

salvortore ttt podium pink thumbMay 6th, 13.  Stage 2 Giro d'Italia full results

Giro d'Italia, Stage one for Cav

cav pink thumbMay 5th, 13. After a fall in the closing stages of the race, Mark Cavendish (Omega Phama- Quick Step) showed his sprinting brilliance to take the first stage win.

Giro d’Italia preview - mountains

Mauro Santambrogio thumbMay 3rd, 13. They are what unites the world’s best sprinters in a common bond of survivorship.  They are also the stretches of road that fill us with sympathy for the breakaway riders who are hanging on for dear life.  And they are the inclines that fill us with confusion as some of the best ride up them . . . how quickly?!

Giro d’Italia: race preview

ryder thumbMay 3rd, 13. It’s finally here. The first of the Grand Tours of 2013 is right on the doorstep of commencement. On the 4th May the Giro d’Italia will start from Naples, bringing the riders 130km on an out-and-back course, and so ushering in three weeks of passionate, crazy, fast and frantic racing.


Ultegra_11_speed_thumb1st May, 13.Today SHIMANO launches its 2014 Ultegra lineup.

Young Kiwi Georgia Williams secures her first Podium jersey

williams_podium_eurpoe_thumbApril 29th, 13. Fast making a name for herself in her first year of European cycling, Aucklander Georgia Williams (BePink) has won her first European jersey after she secured the young riders top podium spot in the Elsy Jocobs stage race.

Tour de Romandie: stage 4 Spilak shines in terrible conditions

Spilak_thumbApril 27th, 13.  The pouring rain and freezing conditions - a constant theme for most of the season to date - has proved to be the achilles heel for much of the peloton this year; but that could not be said for two riders at the finish of the 189km stage from Marly to Les Diablerets.

Tour de Romandie: stage 2 Navardauskas upsets the favourites

Navardauskas_thumbApril 26th, 13. Gianni Meersman’s hopes of taking a second consecutive stage win in the Tour de Romandie were dashed last night as Garmin-Sharp’s Ramunas Navardauskas opened up his sprint from a long way off to take a narrow victory over Enrico Gasparotto of Astana and Omega Pharma-Quick Step’s Meersman.

Tour de Romandie: Prologue Froome on fire in opener

TdR_Route_Map_thumbApril 24th, 13. A debut prologue win greeted Britain’s Chris Froome in the prologue of the Tour de Romandie.

Bennett to race for the Firefighters US based racing team

Firefighters-Logo-2013_thumbApril 22nd, 13.  Ex Subway rider and winner of many NZ Road, Track and Criterium races, West Coast  Hokitika rider Dillon Bennett is heading to the US.

Liege-Bastogne-Liege: Martin saves his classics season

liege_picApril 22nd, 13. Of all the teams that entered this year’s Liege-Bastogne-Liege desperate to salvage something from the classics campaign, Garmin-Sharp weren’t on many folk’s minds as favourites to take the win in the 99th edition of the race.

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