Saturday, 22 April 2017
Zenovich, Lucas and Rowlands impressive winners while Hewitt performed well in third round of Calder Stewart Cycling
Matt Zenovich, Sharlotte Lucas and Dave Rowlands were impressive winners while leading Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt proved she could foot it with New Zealand’s leading domestic based women riders in the third round of the Calder Stewart Cycling series, the Kiwi Style Bike Tours Timaru Classic held at Pleasant Point today.
Thursday, 20 April 2017
Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt adds exciting dynamic to third round of Calder Stewart Cycling Series
Sets up an intriguing battle with women's series leader Kate McIIroy
Having leading Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt on the start line for Saturday's third round of the Calder Stewart Cycling series, the Kiwi Style Bike Tours Timaru Classic, adds an exciting different dynamic to the racing according to the women's series leader, Kate McIIroy, who left the international triathlon circuit last year to focus on cycling.
Friday, 7 April 2017
New partnership announced: Paralympics New Zealand and Revbox NZ Ltd
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) and leading training erg brand, Revbox New Zealand Limited are delighted to announce a new partnership.
Saturday, 1 April 2017
McIIroy wins first elite cycling race while Odlin also claims victory in second round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series
Kate McIIroy won her first race as an elite cyclist while Paul Odlin crossed the line first in the elite's men's race of the second round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series, the Armstrong Prestige Dunedin Classic, held in Outram, today.
Thursday, 30 March 2017
Girdlestone takes next step in cycling resurrection journey as Calder Stewart Cycling series hits Dunedin
Christchurch cyclist Keagan Girdlestone will be on the start line in his first elite race since nearly dying after a horrific crash while racing in Italy last year when the second round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series, the Armstrong Prestige Dunedin Classic, hits the southern city on Saturday.
Saturday, 25 March 2017
Descending skills winning formula for Evans and Lucas in Le Race
Course record for Lucas -
Superior descending skills proved to be the winning formula for Dunedin's Brad Evans and Christchurch cyclist Sharlotte Lucas, who broke the women's course record in today's 100 kilometre Christchurch to Akaroa cycle race, Le Race.
Wednesday, 22 March 2017
Girdlestone defies odds to take on Le Race again
Le Race, first event to go through burnt out areas of Port Hills
Christchurch cyclist Keagan Girdlestone revisits a happy hunting ground on Saturday as his remarkable recovery from a near-death crash in Europe last year continues to defy initial medical expectations.
Wednesday, 8 March 2017
New level of premium motorhomes to be launched at Covi SuperShow
SmartRV ushers in the New Year with a game-changer
The Covi Motorhome, Caravan & Outdoor SuperShow that starts in Auckland next Friday (March 17) at the ASB Showgrounds will host SmartRV's launch of the trend-setting HYMER line-up of premium motorhomes and caravans.
Sunday, 26 February 2017
Evans, Harvey and Rowlands win opening races of Calder Stewart Cycling series in Cheviot
Brad Evans, Mikayla Harvey and Dave Rolands won the opening races of year's Calder Stewart Cycling Series, the Kings Electrical Classic, in Cheviot in North Canterbury today.
Thursday, 23 February 2017
Record numbers and former World Champ features of Calder Stewart Cycling series opener to support Cheviot
Record numbers and the return to racing of a former world champion are features of the opening round of year’s Calder Stewart Cycling Series, the Kings Electrical Classic, as it kicks off on Sunday in Cheviot in North Canterbury.
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Over 50 overseas cyclists to join 270 Kiwi's on this year's Tour of New Zealand
Riders from Ireland, Canada, Australia, the United States, Germany, Switzerland, China, Brazil and Singapore will join 270 Kiwi’s on this year’s fourth Tour of New Zealand that begins simultaneously in Northland and Southland on Saturday the 1st of April finishing eight days later at the Beehive in Wellington.
Saturday, 11 February 2017
Storming finish lands Clarke back to back Kathmandu Coast to Coast wins
Defending champion Whakatane’s Sam Clark, stormed home in stunning fashion to win this year’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day, crossing the line in a time of 11 hours two minutes.
Friday, 10 February 2017
Youngster Cameron Jones Stamps Authority on Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Sixteen year-old, Cameron Jones, is off to a flying start in this year’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast after dominating the first leg of the two-day event that started today on the South Island’s West Coast.
All Black legend Richie McCaw joins wife Gemma in Kathmandu Coast to Coast
All Black Legend Richie McCaw was a late entry in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast, joining his wife Gemma in the 30 kilometre mountain running event today.
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
More entries, more depth and some inspiring personal stories has Ussher excited about Kathmandu Coast to Coast
More entries, more depth and some inspiring personal stories has Kathmandu Coast to Coast Director Richard Ussher very excited about this year’s event.
Thursday, 2 February 2017
South African champion says competing in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast is a dream come true
South African endurance athlete Robyn Owen says competing in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast is the dream of many adventure and multisport athletes all over the world.
Tuesday, 31 January 2017
Guinness Book of World Records holder taking on Kathmandu Coast to Coast on stand up paddle board
The Guinness Book of World Records holder for the fastest man to paddle a bathtub one hundred meters can’t wait to tackle the Waimakariri River on a stand up paddle board while competing in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Taking the long way to the Kathmandu Coast to Coast
While most ease off with their training as the Kathmandu Coast to Coast gets closer, one group from the far north of New Zealand is taking on a 1700 kilometre journey cycling and kayaking to get to the iconic event.
Thursday, 19 January 2017
Leave No Trace at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast
'Clean, green and left just the way they found it', these are aims for the iconic Kathmandu Coast to Coast multi-sport race as it becomes the first event in the country to join forces with Leave No Trace New Zealand.
Tuesday, 10 January 2017
Kathmandu Coast to Coast shaping up as most competitive in the event's history
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast longest day World Championship field is shaping up as the most competitive ever in the event’s 33 year history.
Wednesday, 4 January 2017
Dual Australian Olympian enters Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Two-time Australian Olympian Courtney Atkinson will undertake a 243 kilometre journey from one side of New Zealand to the other next month in his first attempt at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast World Championship event.
Thursday, 22 December 2016
Fresh challenge for Rio Olympian Dawson at Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Looking for a fresh challenge after the Rio Olympics Tauranga paddler Mike Dawson has entered the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Kiwi pro cyclist backing Christchurch urology Movember campaign that highlights a world first
After making New Zealand Cycling history as the first Kiwi to crack the top 10 of a Grand Tour, Nelson professional George Bennett is supporting Christchurch Urology's Movember campaign that also highlights a world first in prostate cancer support.
Thursday, 17 November 2016
Company using Kathmandu Coast to Coast for team building and to see rebuild
One of New Zealand's largest structural steel company’s D&H Steel Construction Ltd and sister company Clearwater Construction Ltd is using the Kathmandu Coast to Coast not only as an opportunity for team building, but also to see the Christchurch rebuild work many of its Auckland staff have been involved with.
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
Kathmandu Coast to Coast joins forces with Cube bikes
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is joining forces with leading German bike brand Cube.
Monday, 7 November 2016
Currie wants to add to his Kathmandu Coast to Coast titles
Wanaka endurance athlete Braden Currie wants to add to his three Kathmandu Coast to Coast titles, confirming he will be on the start line in February after missing this year’s event as he chased an Olympic Triathlon spot.
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
Covi SuperShow offers trip of a lifetime again
Visitors to next year’s Covi NZMCA Insurance Motorhome, Caravan and Outdoor SuperShow once again have the opportunity to win the trip of a lifetime, a four week motorhome holiday in the UK and Europe.
Sunday, 23 October 2016
Vink wins day while Rush and Lucas win Calder Stewart Series
Michael Vink made a winning return to racing in New Zealand while Tim Rush and Sharlotte Lucas won the men's and women's overall Calder Stewart Cycling Series elite titles after a brutal day of racing in the final round of the series, the Cycle Surgery Hell of the South near Christchurch today.
Thursday, 20 October 2016
Rush keen to pay back team mates in final round of Calder Stewart Cycling Series
North Otago cyclist Tim Rush is keen to back pay his team mates for their efforts that have him at the top of the elite men’s standings of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series heading into the series’ final round on Sunday, the Cycle Surgery Hell of the South, while women’s leader Sharlotte Lucas is posed to defend the series title she won last year.
Sunday, 9 October 2016
Jones wins inaugural Aoraki Mount Cook Classic Cycle Race
Christchurch cyclist and New Zealand Speed Skating champion Ollie Jones lived up to his favouritism, winning the 100 kilometre inaugural Aoraki Mount Cook Classic Cycle Race held on the shores of Lake Pukaki today.