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Six months till the Singlespeed World Champs, 2017, in Rotorua, NZ

The first rule of Singlespeed Race Club? If you don’t want the tattoo, don’t win. Rule 2: If you’re not first woman or man, you will be 2nd equal (so don’t ask for your time or placing).

New chapter begins for CAHPU with Flyger & Bartram appointments

Cycling Australia (CA) is pleased to announce two new appointments within the High Performance Unit Track Program (CAHPU) with Nicholas Flyger to lead Sprint and Jason Bartram to take the reigns of Women’s Endurance.

Entries About To Open For NZ’s Largest Cycling Event

The countdown is on with entries for this year’s Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge about to open on the 1st of June. New Zealand’s largest cycling occasion, and arguably one of the country’s largest sports participation events is again

Nicky Hayden passes away

MotoGp star Nicky Hayden has passed away after being hit by a car in Italy while cycling last week.
The American at the time was rushed to Intensive Care at the Bufalini Hospital in Cesena, suffering serious trauma with severe brain damage as a cons

AOC Welcomes National Sports Plan

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has welcomed the Federal Government’s National Sports Plan. Set to be implemented as a part of the 2017-18 Budget, the National Sports Plan will look to provide vision

MoreTon Bay MTB Series Kicks Off Handyside & Stone win

South East Qld’s newest mountain bike series kicked off on Friday night as riders took a journey to the Dark Side at the LunarC 8hr XC Enduro as part of the MoreTon Bay Mountain Bike Series.

Cooper “chuffed” with top-10 finish in elite UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

Former world under-23 champion Anton Cooper scored an impressive top-10 finish in the opening round of the elite UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in the Czech Republic today.

Roy sprints to victory in SwissEver GP Cham Hagedorn

Former Australian criterium champion Sarah Roy sprinted to her first victory of the 2017 season today in SwissEver GP Cham Hagedorn.

Bennett creates cycling history with tour win in California

New Zealand cyclist George Bennett has created history with his victory on general classification in the Amgen Tour of California that finished today in Pasadena.

Van Vleuten wins the penultimate stage of Emakumeen XXX Bira

Durango-Durango winner Annemiek van Vleuten took Australian team ORICA-SCOTT’s third consecutive victory today on the Queen stage in Emakumeen XXX Bira.