2309 Results

Cambridge receives top honours in inaugural school track cycling

Over 160 track cyclists from more than 40 schools took part in the inaugural National School Track Championships in Cambridge this week.

School mountain bikers shine at nationals in Rotorua

Over 100 schools from throughout the country gathered in Rotorua this week for the Professionals National School Mountain Bike Championships.

Walker wins third Oceania BMX title in Western Australia

Olympic medallist Sarah Walker held off compatriot Rebecca Petch to win the Oceania BMX title in Western Australia on Wednesday.

Two Riders added to road cycling team for Gold Coast

There have been two additions to the New Zealand Cycling team for the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Hayden McCormick (Te Awamutu) and Jason Christie (Tasman)

Absa Cape Epic Stg2 - More drama, same result for Cannondale

The battle between the marathon racers and cross-country specialists continued into Stage 2, on a tougher course with more climbing and even gnarlier terrain.

Absa Cape Epic stg1 - Hincapie and Vande Velde lose the lead

American road stars George Hincapie and Christian Vande Velde fell victim to the vagaries of mountain biking when their charge for victory in the Dimension Data Masters category of the Absa Cape Epic was halted by a series of pu

BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Announces New Event Director

Following the resignation of current BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Event Director, Aaron Carter, the event has pleasure in announcing the appointment of Debbie Chambers as the new Event Director for New Zealand’s largest cycling event.

National cycling champion to lay wreath at WWI commemoration in Belgium

Auckland cyclist James Fouche, the national under-23 road champion, will lay a wreath at the Menin Gate as the famed Gent-Wevelgem In Flanders Field race honours 100 years since the end of the Great War

Absa Cape Epic Marathon Racers Steal the Show

You can’t win the Absa Cape Epic on the Prologue but you can prove a point – and that’s exactly what the Centurion Vaude combination of Daniel Geismayr and Nicola Rohrbach did today by winning yellow.

Ewan sprints to an impressive second at Milan-San Remo

Giro d'Italia stage winner Caleb Ewan came devastatingly close to his first monument victory for Mitchelton-SCOTT at Milan-San Remo today, sprinting to second place as the race came alive over the Poggio climb.