Sunday, 13 April 2014
McGregor wins Benchmark race
Alex McGregor (Team Calder Stewart Road) won today’s elite round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series on the South Island’s West Coast near Hokitika.
Thursday, 10 April 2014
Largest Benchmark Homes series field also the strongest
The largest field ever assembled for a round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series is also potentially one of the strongest in the history of the series.
Saturday, 29 March 2014
Girdlestone youngest ever winner of Le Race
Sixteen year old South African born Christchurch cyclist Keagan Girdlestone won today’s gruelling 100 kilometre Christchurch to Akaroa Coffee Culture Le Race, the youngest ever winner in the event’s history.
Thursday, 27 March 2014
Odlin hopes for winning result in the Coffee Culture Le Race
Christchurch cyclist Paul Odlin hopes to go one better than his two runner up results in Saturdays gruelling 100 kilometre Christchurch to Akaroa Le Race.
Saturday, 1 March 2014
Karwowski wins Benchmark Homes series opener
Cameron Karwowski from Southland’s H&J’s Outdoor World Team won the elite men’s 159 kilometre race in today’s opening round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series in Oxford, North Canterbury.
Thursday, 27 February 2014
Benchmark Homes series opener features top riders
Saturday’s opening round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series in Oxford, North Canterbury features Sam Horgan, Michael Vink and Dan Barry who are fresh from competing in Australia for their Budget Forklifts continental team and World Pro Tour rider George Bennett.
Wednesday, 19 February 2014
Johnstone wins Leeston Classsic CANTERBURY
— Lee Johnstone from the Warmup Cycling team had an impressive return from injury winning the Leeston Classic cycling road race on Saturday.
Wednesday, 12 February 2014
BikeNZ Elite riders booked in for the Avantidrome REV Cycle Festival next weekend
Cambridge is revving up for a ripper next Saturday with more than 60 elite cyclists from across the country registered to compete for a share of the $10,000 prize purse in one of New Zealand’s Premier One Day races.
By U Leisure Limited
7 seconds separate Top 3 in BDO Challenge
The BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge continued on its way up the North Island today, with riders completing two stages from Palmerston North to Hunterville and then on to Wanganui for the overnight stopover tonight with prize giving at the Velodrome.
By Andrew Dewhurst
Michael Hepburn Wins Tour of Qatar Stage Three Individual Time Trial
Wearing his Australian National Time Trial Champion skinsuit for the first time, Michael Hepburn won the stage three Tour of Qatar individual time trial.
LAMPRE-MERIDA's supremacy has been stopped: Cunego 17th
LAMPRE-MERIDA did not complete the hat trick in Challenge Mallorca, missing the victory in Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana.
By Team Lampre Merida
Tuesday, 11 February 2014
On yer bike New Zealand...
The NZ Transport Agency is urging Kiwis to get on their bikes tomorrow, as New Zealand celebrates the joys of pedal power to mark Go By Bike Day.
By New Zealand Transport Agency
Monday, 10 February 2014
New scholarships to support promising young cyclists
BikeNZ High Performance is investing in young riders for the future with the introduction of a Living Allowance Scholarship.
Pozzato almost in the top 10 in the opening time trial
Despite headwind that blew when he was pedaling on the course, Filippo Pozzato managed to be almost in the top 10 of the first stage of Dubai Tour, that was opened by a 10,1 km time trial on Dubai Downtown roads.
By Team Lampre Merida
Mayor Celia Wade-Brown rides to the Summit of the Rimutaka Hill Road LOWER HUTT
— The BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge got underway in testing conditions in Lower Hutt today, with the 160 riders facing conditions more akin to the middle of a winter's storm than a summer's day as they rode to the top of the Rimutaka Hill and then through the Wairarapa to Masterton.
By Media Manager BDO Cycle Challenge
Rev Training Tips for Kids CAMBRIDGE
— Tips for kids doing The Rev cycle race.
By Alison Shanks
Friday, 7 February 2014
North Island Bike Ride attracts cross section of 'Real' NZ LOWER HUTT
— This Sunday at 8.00am over 150 bike riders will gather at Lower Hutt Town Hall with a 7 day journey of close to 900km journey stretching out before them, one that will take them through stunning countryside on some of the less travelled roads of the North Island.
By BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge
Wednesday, 5 February 2014
Cycling carnival captures Quay Street's potential AUCKLAND CITY
— Aucklanders will get a taste of Quay Street’s potential as a world-class waterfront boulevard this Saturday as it is closed off to traffic for the cycle-themed street carnival, ‘Ciclovia on Quay’.
By Auckland Council
Cycling infrastructure more economic than for other transport
Cycling investment has long term health benefits for Auckland, according to a recent study.
By University of Auckland
World Champs from 7 to 60 plus ROTORUA
— There is homegrown talent with world titles to their names lining up at the Rotorua Bike Festival in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island, starting on Friday February 14.
By Rotorua Bike Festival
Tuesday, 4 February 2014
Make a date with The Rock
The island, affectionately known as 'the rock' has an array of events lined up for 2014 that are as unique and diverse as the island itself.
By Niue Island Tourism
Monday, 3 February 2014
Alison Shanks Training Tips for the REV CAMBRIDGE
— Train with a friend. It's more motivating if you have someone to train with, even better if you're training for the same event.
By Alison Shanks