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Epic Day For Epic Mountain Bike Race

Contact Epic’s 10th birthday could not have been more ideal and was celebrated by 680 riders from all over NZ, Australia, Singapore, USA and the Netherlands. New for this year

World Masters Games Time Trail Video

World Masters Games Cycling Time Trail featuring 80 year old Ironman and Triathlon veteran Garth Barfoot, dominant Waikato rider in the mens 55-59 age group Jim McMurray,

Zenovich, Lucas and Rowlands impressive winners third round Calder Stewart Cycling Series

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

The World Masters Games 2017 has officially kicked off in Auckland, New Zealand

The largest multiple-sport event in the world has officially kicked off in Auckland with an unforgettable light show during the World Masters Games 2017 Opening Ceremony at Eden Park last night.

Program change to see Simon Yates line up at the Tour de France

A program change will see Vuelta a Espana and Paris-Nice stage winner Australian Simon Yates line up at Liege-Bastogne-Liege this Sunday and the Tour de France in July.

Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt adds exciting dynamic to third round of Calder Stewart Cycling Series

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,

We’re Ready – Bring on the Games

World Masters Games 2017 organisers are ready for the world’s largest multi-sport event which begins in Auckland tomorrow featuring 28,000 registered athletes, supporters and officials from 100 countries globally.

World’s 1st nonstop extreme cycle across Cuba’s steamy tropical heat

Extreme cyclist Jacob Zurl (29) will attempt to be the first person to ride 1400 km (840 miles approx.) the length of Cuba non-stop. He will do this without stopping to sleep while dealing with heat and humidity, poor road surfaces

New Zealand encouraged by track cycling efforts

New Zealand’s track cyclists put aside a challenging Rio Olympics to finish with a record equalling five medals at the UCI World Championships in Hong Kong.

Australia tops medal tally; Madison silver; Cure creates history

As a new Olympic cycle commences and with less than one year until the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Australian track cycling is celebrating a world-topping performance at the 2017 UCI Track World Championships in Hong Kong.