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Caleb Ewan stage winner and race leader Down Under

With a perfectly timed jump, Caleb Ewan won stage 2 in the Tour Down Under, a stage from Woodside to Stirling.


NZ’s best riders to clash Vantage National Track Champs

The country’s best track cyclists, including the squads competing in next month’s world championships, will line-up for titles in the Vantage Elite and Under19 National Championships in Cambridge this week.


Exciting young New Zealand riders to line-up on both sides of Tasman

Some of New Zealand’s most promising young road riders will wear the national colours in UCI events on both sides of the Tasman over the coming weeks.


Luca Harrington wins bronze for NZ at the Winter Youth Olympic Games

Wanaka freeskier Luca Harrington has clocked up some massive airtime in the Lausanne 2020 halfpipe to claim a bronze medal at the Winter Youth Olympic Games.


2020 Rocky Trail Racing Season in Orange

On 15 February 2020, and for the first time ever in the Orange region, the Shimano Mountain Bike Grand Prix event will be held at Kinross State Forest


New Zealand’s Cycling Festival

It’s now less than a month until New Zealand’s biggest cycling festival hits the Waikato for the second time – with an exciting new event now confirmed to launch the festivities.


New Zealand Cycle Classic 2020 "a great success"

After farewelling 108 riders that competed in the five-stage New Zealand Cycle Classic, which concluded in Masterton yesterday with Australian cyclist Rylee Field crowned Tour champion, race director Jorge Sandoval finally caught his breath.


2020 NZ Cycle Classic - Rylee Field Claims Title

Australian Rylee Field (Team BridgeLane) won the 2020 New Zealand Cycle Classic title and was awarded the yellow jersey in Masterton today


Luke & Lily Win Gifts, Pricey & Perry Win Wheels Tasmanian

The 2019/2020 Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals series came to a close today, with the seventh carnival of the month long series in St Helens


NZ Cycle Classic stage 4 - brave win by Rylee Field

A brave solo effort up Admiral Hill in the Wairarapa by Team BridgeLane's Rylee Field saw him win Stage Four of the New Zealand Cycle Classic today and claim the yellow jersey from his team mate Jenson Plowright.