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NZ Track Champs - Strong recovers from crash to claim omnium honours

Southland teenager Corbin Strong gave further evidence of his emerging talent with a courageous win in the omnium on day three of the Vantage National Track Championships

Impey into the lead with more bonuses on stage 5 of Tour Down Under

Two-time and defending champion Daryl Impey has moved into the race lead after stage five of the Santos Tour Down Under.

Oceania Downhill Mountain Bike - Blenkinsop and A’Hern claim honours

New Zealand’s Sam Blenkinsop has a liking for the slopes of Signal Hill in Dunedin, after claiming the downhill title at the Design Windows Oceania Mountain Bike Championships.

Tour Down Under stg 4 - Impressive sprint and second stage win for Caleb Ewan

Caleb Ewan sprinted again impressively at the end of stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under, coming past Sam Bennett and winning by a bike length

NZ National Track Championships - Sam Webster, Jesse Hodges

Veteran Sam Webster chalked up another national individual sprint title, while Jesse Hodges emerged

McConnell and Cooper prove their class to win Oceania Mountain Bike titles

International stars Rebecca McConnell and Anton Cooper proved a class above in winning the elite cross-country titles at the Design Windows Oceania Mountain Bike Championships in Dunedin.

$7000 Prize Money for Triple Peaks

With only 6 weeks left to go, organisers of MCL Construction TRIPLE PEAKS are gearing up for the 32nd annual event with a raft of new features and drawcards for the keen competitor.

World Championship-bound trio impress at track championships

The world championship-bound trio of Kirstie James, Aaron Gate and Nick Kergozou all produced personal bests on the way to claiming titles on the opening day of the Vantage Track National Championships in Cambridge.

Crankworx Rotorua Kidsworx events registration now open

Calling all shredders! Registration for all Kidsworx events at Crankworx Rotorua 2020, March 1-8, is now open. Secure your space and be part of the most exciting mountain bike event of the year.

Mountain bikers flock to Dunedin for double-header champs

Around 270 riders from both sides of the Tasman have flocked to Dunedin to compete in a first ever mountain bike championship double-header.