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Cycling New Zealand will take their biggest and strongest group of sprint cyclists to USA and Europe for a training and racing block to prepare for this summer’s all-important international campaign.
New Zealand residents can now request tickets for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as New Zealand's official ticketing portal opens today.
Some of New Zealand’s leading cyclists will get a baptism of fire when they return to track competition across the Tasman tomorrow.
The International Track Series (ITS) Adelaide will see reigning world champions Anna Meares, Annette Edmondson and Rebecca Wiasak in action
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has announced the appointment of Jono Hailstone as Head Performance Coach of the highly successful Para-Cycling programme.
After much perseverance, Australian cycle team ORICA-AIS road captain Loes Gunnewijk has decided to advance her retirement, signing off from racing effective immediately.
Cycling Advocates' Network (CAN) news - Cyclists big winners as Wellington's transport 'wish-list' is decided, Cars cost society six times as much as bicycles, Cyclists 40 per cent less likely to be stressed following their commute
New Zealand cyclist Aaron Gate has won the sprinters’ green jersey after the final stage of the An Post RAS Tour of Ireland today.
Waikato under-23 mountain biker Sam Gaze has finished a highly encouraging fifth in the opening round of the UCI World Cup in the Czech Republic today.
Germany’s Michael Schweizer (African Wildlife Safaris) has claimed his maiden Subaru National Road Series Tour, winning the FKG Tour of Toowoomba and taking the NRS lead in the process.