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CrankWorks Rotorua racers out making course

New Zealand’s Slopestyle star, Kelly McGarry and Elevate’s Tom Hey, are on site at the Skyline Gravity Park getting ready to set Crankworx Rotorua on course to make history.


Clarke seeking the edge on Sun Tour rivals

Defending champion Simon Clarke says he’s ready to fight for his Jayco Herald Sun Tour title when the race begins in Melbourne tomorrow evening.


Marathon returning to Central City Christchurch after quake

It’s official … the new-look Christchurch Airport Marathon is under starter’s orders for Sunday 31st May, back within Christchurch’s four avenues on a new course that promises to re-invigorate both the event and the central city.


Waikato Talent On Show At The Avantidrome NZ

Spectators were treated to a world record attempt and displays of power and speed on the track at the Avatidrome last week as 2600 athletes competed for NZ national titles at the Skoda Elite & U19 Track National Championships.


Cycling NZ excited at depth of talent

Depth in numbers and talent is exciting Cycling New Zealand after the conclusion of the Skoda Track Cycling National Championships at the Avantidrome in Cambridge.


Australian Subaru Track Nationals - Schmid & Morton keirin glory; Law & Perry fire in scratch race

Final night of the Australian Track National Championships -Victoria's Jacob Schmid and South Australia's Stephanie Morton fired to win the keirin titles, while New South Wales' Scott Law


NZ Cycle Classic finale - Gunman retains Yellow as Avanti take the New Zealand Cycle Classic

Todays NZ Cycle Classic finale saw the remaining 68 riders undertake 164.2km stage including a double ascent of the Pahiatua Track. Conditions can only be described as average, with rain over night making roads slippery and the rain continued to fal


Cadel farewells cycling with fifth place in namesake race in Geelong

Arguably the greatest Australian road cyclist in history, Barwon Heads’ Cadel Evans AM (BMC) has closed out his historic career with an inspired performance at the inaugural UCI 1.1 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.


Ghost Road Enduro the longest descending race in NZ

The inaugural Ghost Road Enduro, a heli-assisted mountain bike race held between Ghost Lake hut and Lyell on The Old Ghost Road West Coast NZ. At 1,400 vertical meters the event is the longest descending race of its type in the country


NZ Track Cycling team announced for World Champs, including new young stars

With a weather-eye fixed on the 2016 Olympics, Cycling New Zealand will invest in youth for this month’s UCI Track Cycling World Championships. Cycling NZ has included newcomers Alex Frame (Canterbury) 21, and Regan Gough (Hawkes Bay) 19, in their 1