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Italy takes the lead at 21st Crocodile Trophy in Cairns

The Italian Nicolas Pettina wins the first stage of the Crocodile Trophy with a respectable lead of 3:18.07 minutes at Smithfield MTB Park in Cairns

Trust House North Island Team Series race 2 Young riders set the pace in Wairarapa

What supposed to be a relatively easy day’s racing for many riders, turn out to be a battle for many thanks to strong winds in today’s Trust House North Island Team Series in the Wairarapa.

Record-breaking sixth Crocodile Trophy race for Austrian Martin Wisata

The 21st Crocodile Trophy will start with a lap race at Smithfield MTB Park in Cairns tomorrow, Saturday 17 October. Cyclists from all over the world will

Sprint stars spearhead cycling team for Track World Cup

The 2014 world champion sprinters will spearhead the Cycling New Zealand team for the opening round of the UCI Track World Cup in Colombia next month.

2015 ORICA-AIS - European breakthroughs & a powerful momentum shift

European breakthroughs and a wide spread of rider victories highlighted Aussie team ORICA-AIS’ fourth season in the professional peloton.

Local elites Saw and White taking on international top athletes at 21st Crocodile Trophy

Ahead of Saturday’s Crocodile Trophy start cyclists from all over the world are arriving in Cairns to get ready for this oldest and most iconic mountain bike stage race in the world.

Wellington Track Cycling Goes From Strength To Strength

Track cycling in Wellington is going from strength to strength, with more riders confirming they’ll be targeting the coveted Burkes Cycles Speed League titles.

Singletrack heaven for 2016 Absa Cape Epic riders

The 2016 Absa Cape Epic South Africa route has been revealed and will contain more singletrack than ever before in the race’s 12-year-history.

15-member Australia Team named for opening round of 2015/16 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Series

The road to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for Australia's track cyclists will continue in Cali, Colombia from 30 October-1 November, with a 15-rider team named

Henderson to stay at Lotto Soudal

Kiwi pro cyclists to stay with Lotto Soudal and support André Greipel’s sprint train