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Favourites step up in fifth round of Calder Stewart Cycling Series

The favourites all stepped up with Sharlotte Lucas, Paul Odlin and David Rowlands all winning in the fifth round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series in Nelson today.


Kiwi Dion Smith joins Mitchelton-SCOTT for 2019 and 2020

Aussie pro team Mitchelton-SCOTT announced the signing of talented 25-year-old Dion Smith for the next two seasons, complimenting the team’s versatility.


World Champions go head to head fifth round of Calder Stewart Cycling Series

New Zealand's junior track cycling world champions and medallists will go head to head with some of the country’s leading professionals as the Calder Stewart Cycling Series


Successful international coach to take on Cycling New Zealand sprint role

Former Olympic and World Champion rider René Wolff from Germany, who has guided the Dutch national team for the past two Olympics, will become the new head sprint coach for Cycling New Zealand.


Italian U23 road and time trial champion Edoardo Affini signs with Mitchelton-SCOTT

Italian U23 road and time trial champion Edoardo Affini will join Australian UCI WorldTour team Mitchelton-SCOTT in 2019 on a two-year contract


WADA urged to postpone decision regarding Russia

WADA urged to postpone decision regarding Russia; push for access to Moscow Lab data to ensure Kiwi athletes can have faith in international anti-doping system


Team SKODA Fruzio – Team Announced

New Zealand’s premiere Cycling Team - Team Skoda Fruzio officially unveiled their 2018/2019 roster on Monday night at Giltrap Skoda in Auckland. The all Under 23 squad has built a team with a wealth of talent of up and coming riders for the coming se


Mathew Hayman: The time has come...

2016 Paris-Roubaix champion and Mitchelton-SCOTT road captain Mathew Hayman has penned a note on his cycling future. Hear from him below:


New Zealand track cyclists eye start to international season

New Zealand track riders take their first pedal strokes of the international season at the Oceania Championship in Adelaide next month.


Yates wins first Grand Tour and the first for an Australian-owned men’s team

26-year-old Simon Yates has rolled across the line in Madrid to claim his maiden Grand Tour at the La Vuelta a Espana, creating history in the process as the first Grand Tour victory for an Australian-owned team, Mitchelton-SCOTT.