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AdaptMTB team limits

For most mountain bikers limits are thresholds to be crossed, but for the AdaptMTB team limits are what inspire them.


Bias and Petch claim elite titles at FIRST BMX National Championships

Home club rider Michael Bias made a clean sweep to win the FIRST Windows and Doors BMXNZ Elite Championship Nationals at North Harbour.


Crankworx NZ Era Of Emil Rolls On

As Emil Johansson (SWE) entered the finish corral after his second run in a victory train with fellow Red Bull athlete Erik Fedko (GER), his win secured, the on-site announcer coined a new term: it seems we’ve entered the “Era of Emil.”


Masters in record-breaking form at Vantage age championships

The Masters riders were in record-breaking form on day two of the Vantage Age Group Track National Championships in Invercargill.


Strait and Kintner on top after wild and loose 100% Dual Slalom at Crankworx Rotorua

Standing in the finish corral having bested a stacked field of some of the world’s fastest and most skilled riders, Kyle Strait (USA) could still barely believe


Sykes picks up winning Canterbury mantle in Vantage age championships

The conveyer belt of cycling talent out of Canterbury continues with Amelia Sykes picking up the mantle on the opening day of the Vantage Age Group Track National Championships in Invercargill.


Annemiek van Vleuten – WHAT IT TAKES

When Annemiek van Vleuten attacked with 105km remaining at the 2019 UCI Road Race World Championships, and no one went with her, few thought she would survive, including the 37-year-old herself.


BMX hopefuls set for FIRST Nationals at new North Harbour track

New Zealand’s BMX stars take their first steps of an all-important 2020 season at the FIRST Windows & Doors BMXNZ Championship Nationals at North Harbour on Sunday.


Mitchelton-SCOTT withdraw from racing due to COVID-19

Aussie pro cycling team Mitchelton-SCOTT has made the decision to withdraw its teams from the next period of racing due to COVID-19


Mountain Bikers Charging ‘En Masse’ to Mt Buller for Long Weekend

The 2020 Bike Buller Festival is ‘go-for-launch’ according to race directors. And it’s a packed schedule too. Riders will be busy from dawn