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Surprise win for flying Frenchman Adrien Loron at Crankworx!

For mountain biking fans, the current King of Crankworx frontrunner, Adrien Loron, would have been a random pick to with the Fox Air DH Wednesday afternoon, but the man himself says


Bewley boosts ORICA-SCOTT’s engine room for another season

Pro cycling team ORICA-SCOTT announced the re-signing of New Zealand powerhouse Sam Bewley. The 30-year-old Kiwi has spent the past six seasons with the Australian outfit and has continued to develop each year as a versatile, selfless domestique.


ORICA-SCOTT to conclude 2017 Grand Tour general classification focus at Vuelta a Espana

ORICA-SCOTT will start the final Grand Tour of the 2017 season, the Vuelta a Espana, with another firm focus on a general classification result.


Hepburn at home with ORICA-SCOTT

ORICA-SCOTT announced the re-signing of former Australian time trial champion Michael Hepburn for two more seasons.


Hayman continues as a captain at ORICA-SCOTT

ORICA-SCOTT are pleased to announce the re-signing of 2016 Paris-Roubaix winner Mathew Hayman for the 2018 season.


Fulton Hogan Backs Tassie Carnivals

Expanding Australasian construction company Fulton Hogan has increased its naming rights commitment to the 2017-18 Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals, amid substantial changes to the iconic event’s traditional format.


How mountain biking helps Olympian Rod Dixon keep his mojo flowing

He’s describing Yellow Brick Road, an aptly named short flowing trail and a perfect warm-up at the base of the hill. But, for Dixon, it was more than that.


Athletes flock to Queenstown for Torpedo7 Peak to Peak event

The Torpedo7 Peak to Peak, New Zealand’s leading winter multisport event, is being staged in Queenstown for the 24th consecutive year on August 12 and will attract some of the country’s most high profile multisport athletes.


2018 Cycling Australia Road National Championships

Ballarat will ring in the 2018 cycling year with the 2018 RoadNats to feature an invigorating line up of new categories, community events, activities and participation opportunities for all cyclists and cycling fans.


World Masters Games brings in $63 million

Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges and Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman welcome new data that shows that the World Masters Games was a major success.