Dunedin cyclist Ella Harris made her return to racing late last month and is hoping for a more consistent season without injury.
Tour of New Zealand organiser and charity rider Peter Yarrell (77) arrived at the Greymouth Railway Station late Wednesday morning after cycling from Ross with 160 other cyclists taking part in the...
The future of women’s mountain biking in New Zealand is looking bright if results from the inaugural Mons Royale Future Ground Progression Camp are anything to go by.
New Zealand endurance rider Kirstie James underlined her class with a dominant display on the final night of the track national championships in Invercargill on Saturday.
The top track cyclists in the country will be at the national championships which start in Invercargill today.
The New Zealand jersey will be on display with pride in the major cycling races in Europe after WorldTour professionals Georgia Williams and George Bennett claimed respective road race crowns at...
The golden summer for New Zealand rider Aaron Gate continued with the narrowest of victories in the time trial at the national road championships in Cambridge yesterday.
The biggest field in years will line up at the road National Championships in Cambridge, which start today.
Southland rider Corbin Strong underlined his credentials with victory in the New Zealand Cycle Classic.
Young Queenstown road cyclist Reuben Thompson and Invercargill flyer Corbin Strong are part of a junior side looking to make an impact in the New Zealand Cycle Classic which starts today.
Ella Harris has not worked out what she will do with the final hours before competing in the inaugural UCI Cycling Esports World Championships next month.
Two Southland riders have been named in a 15-strong track cycling team for next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Several world champions will be riding the streets of Christchurch as many of New Zealand’s best cyclists descend on the city this weekend.
There was an added but nevertheless interesting obstacle in the Coastal Classic at Taieri Mouth on Sunday.