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Yates wins first Grand Tour and the first for an Australian-owned men’s team

26-year-old Simon Yates has rolled across the line in Madrid to claim his maiden Grand Tour at the La Vuelta a Espana, creating history in the process as the first Grand Tour victory for an Australian-owned team, Mitchelton-SCOTT.


Aussie team Mitchelton-SCOTT on the verge of history at La Vuelta

Briton Simon Yates verge of his first Grand Tour, and the first Australian men’s team to win a Grand Tour in history.


Absa Cape Epic - A South African Perspective on the Perskindol Swiss Epic

Matt Eagar was one of the thirty eight South Africans to start the 2018 Perskindol Swiss Epic. He and his riding partner, Dane Coppin, were fortunate to have received an invite through Absa Pride


Absa Cape Epic - Cricketers’ Alpine Adventure

South African cricket legends Gary Kirsten and Alan Dawson are in the Swiss Alps taking part in the Perskindol Swiss Epic


Bärti Bucher is a familiar face around the Absa Cape Epic

The Swiss Grand Master has ten Untamed African Mountain Bike Race finishes to his name; along with 2 Masters


Defending Champion back for Tour of Southland

Last year’s SBS Bank Tour of Southland cycling champion James Piccoli will be back in 2018 to defend his title.


Yates extends lead at La Vuelta as time trial shakes up general classification

Aussie team Mitchelton-SCOTT rider Briton Simon Yates has extended his lead at the Vuelta a Espana with a strong time trial performance on stage 16.


Hammond and Gordon Amazed by Perskindol Swiss Epic Scenery

The opening day of the 2018 Perskindol Swiss Epic saw 334 riders take on a 63 kilometre long route which started and finished in Bettmeralp.


Bevin Secures Points Jersey Tour of Britian

Kiwi Patrick Bevin secured the points jersey and fourth overall on the final day at the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, where he sprinted to tenth place on the stage behind Jempy Drucker who was seventh on the line.


Masters flies to career-best, fall costs Macdonald in downhill

Taranaki’s Ed Masters led the Kiwi charge in a career-best 12th placing in a closely-fought downhill that brought the curtain down on the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Switzerland.