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New Zealand young guns, Niamh Fisher-Black and Mikayla Harvey produced eye-catching efforts in a punishing 144km women’s road race at the UCI Road World Championships in Italy.

Sound performance for Bevin in men’s time trial in Italy

Vantage New Zealand rider Patrick Bevin, one of the fastest over the second half of the race, had to be content with 12th place in the men’s time trial on day two of the UCI Road World Championships in Italy.

Bevin predicts close time trial battle with deeper field and shorter course

Vantage Cycling New Zealand star Patrick Bevin believes tomorrow’s men’s time trial is shaping up as one of the closest battles in years on the second day of the UCI Road World Championships in Italy.

Gravity enduro racing is heading to Mackay: Fox Superflow

The Gravity enduro mountain bike race is heading to Mackay: Fox Superflow

Williams pleased with strong time trial performance in Italy

Vantage New Zealand rider Georgia Williams was pleased with her performance placing 12th in the time trial on the first day of racing at the UCI Road World Championships in Italy.

Injury forces Spratt out of the Australian Team for 2020 UCI Road World Champs

Cycling Australia regrets to advise that Amanda Spratt (Mitchelton-Scott) has not fully recovered from injuries sustained in a crash in the Giro Rosa on September 17, and accordingly will be unable to compete in the 2020 UCI Road World Championships

Harvey hopes Vantage New Zealand women shine at World Championships

Wanaka’s Mikayla Harvey will be the first of the Vantage Cycling New Zealand team in action when the re-arranged UCI Road World Championships begin in Italy overnight.

Fox Superflow gravity enduro Townsville

Last weekend the Fox Superflow gravity enduro event took place in Townsville. In unseasonably hot weather on the weekend the

Tour de France: Pogacar wins title, Bennett wins in Paris

Tadej Pogacar from Slovenia won the Tour de France, at 21 becoming the second youngest champion in history, while Sam Bennett won the final sprint in Paris.

Tour de France stage 20 Pogačar claims the yellow jersey

Slovenian wins the time trial and heads to Paris in yellow. The UAE-Team Emirates pulled back a 57-second difference to Roglic on stage 20s time trial to La Planche des Belles Filles.
Roglic held the yellow for 13 days, now Pogacar is 59 seconds a