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Absa Cape Epic - Coronavirus Statement

As we near race day, we wanted to reiterate that the health and well-being of our riders, crew, volunteers, partners, host communities

Macpac Motatapu 2020 stories

Close to 4,000 participants from around New Zealand and 19 countries around the world will this weekend enjoy the best that Central Otago

Motatapu Off-Road Triathlon one week after Ironman NZ

Wanaka athlete Dougal Allan is no stranger to putting himself through a little pain, but in amongst his track record of herculean multi-sport efforts

Inexperience no barrier for young riders at Vantage track championships

Inexperience did not deter the Mid-South Canterbury under-17 pairing of Jonathan Fish and Jaxson Whyte on the final night of the Vantage Age Group Track National Championships in Invercargill.

Mountain Bikers Return Spark and Glory to Mt Buller after Difficult Summer

The Mt Buller weather gods delivered in spades for the 12th edition of the Bike Buller Festival. Clear blue skies and sunshine greeted riders when they drew their curtains on Saturday morning in the village.

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