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The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup returns to action after a lengthy coronavirus suspension with much at stake for cross-country riders in Germany this weekend.
With the Tokyo Olympics just around the corner, Cycling New Zealand is already putting in place new development plans for the future.
Thanks to his utter determination Kiwi MTB athlete, Brook MacDonald, has spent the last few months preparing for
Michelle Vorster and Kyle Ward dominate New Zealand's oldest mountain bike race the Karapoti Classic held in Wellington over the weekend.
Two years ago, Wellington-born mountain biker, Samara Sheppard, set a record at the famous Karapoti Classic mountain bike race that many consider unbreakable. But the Australian-based professional returns this Sunday hoping to do exactly that.
Cycling New Zealand is encouraged by the support and level of performances from developing riders in the inaugural National Racing Series.
Australian Triple Olympian and bronze medallist rower Chris Morgan inspired autistic students at Giant Steps and St Lucy’s schools with an Olympics Unleashed Presented by Optus session.
Max Brown and Kurtis Imrie are set to make their Olympic debuts after earning selection to the men’s K2 1000m boat for the Tokyo Games.
The event started at Kairakau Beach with the first section taking the teams up and over the imposing cliffs behind the Village via the high point and back to the Transition at the Race HQ,
The Contact Epic Mountain bike race saw a change of course due to high rivers, with the 105km event wins going to Kate McIlroy and Anton Cooper