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Two New Zealand title jerseys for Te Awamutu cyclists

Te Awamutu riders Ally Wollaston and Burnie McGrath took out the championship jerseys for the under-19 category on the final day of the Vantage Age Group Road National Championships in Carterton.

Timaru siblings make it two from two at road nationals

Amy Hollamby and Chris Karton followed up their Time Trial wins yesterday with wins in today’s road races at the Vantage Age Group Road National Championships in Carterton.

Porte Set to Lead BMC Racing Team at Tour de Romandie

Australian Richie Porte will team up with Tejay van Garderen once again when he returns to the start line at the Tour de Romandie next week, one year after taking overall victory at the UCI WorldTour stage race.

Track cyclist and mountain biker bag cycling wins on the road

Ironically it was a track cyclist and a mountain biker who took the honours on the first day of the Vantage Age Group Road National Championships in Carterton.

Okoroire Mid Winter Fun Ride

Looking for somewhere to ride this winter? Check out the 20th Okoroire Fun Ride on Sunday 29th July 2018, over the relatively quiet South Waikato rural roads

Junior Elite BMX team selected for Baku world championships

A strong contingent of riders from the Waikato have been named for the New Zealand Junior Elite squad for the UCI BMX World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan in June this year.

Cycling New Zealand launches Schick BMX National Performance Hub

Cycling New Zealand announced the official launch of the Schick BMX National Performance Hub programme this week.

Jolanda Neff to race Whaka 100

Elite World Mountain Bike Champion, Jolanda Neff, will be the favourite in the women’s field at Whaka100 Rotorua

Record medal haul provides promising platform for cycling

Cycling New Zealand are thrilled with their 17 medal-haul, more than a third of the record New Zealand Team record tally at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Calder Stewart - Zenovich consolidates lead and Harris womens jersey

Southlander Matt Zenovich lost and then regained the leader’s jersey for the elite men and Ella Harris grabbed the women’s leaders’ jersey off the absent Kate McIlroy who