New Zealand has continued with strong performances at the Brisbane round of the UCI Track World Cup.
The New Zealand track cycling team is digging deep for what it hopes will be its final outing of the UCI World Cup season in Brisbane starting today.
Cycling New Zealand has given its team a nine out of 10 for performances on its home track in the UCI Track World Cup that finished in Cambridge last night.
The women stole the show on the opening night of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge yesterday, with the New Zealand team winning both the women’s team pursuit and team sprint gold...
Poor weather cut short the penultimate stage of the Pioneer race which only further handed the advantage to the defending champions.
Twenty world champions from a record 44 nations will descend on Cambridge this weekend for the UCI track cycling world cup.
Rider Nick Jordan finds some air at Signal Hill yesterday in the second day of the Three Peaks Enduro race. The event had a full field of nearly 200 riders from all around New Zealand.
New Zealand will welcome back some top performers among a powerful team to contest the track world cup meeting in Cambridge next month.
Defending champion Michael Vink has put himself within grasp of a second Tour of Southland title after a stunning ride by his team on the penultimate day of the 63rd edition of the race.
Mexican rider Eder Frayre produced a second impressive climbing performance as the Tour of Southland's yellow jersey settled a little more securely on his shoulders yesterday.
The Tour of Southland's first Mexican rider has made an emphatic statement at the midway point of this year's race.
World omnium champion Cambell Stewart has sprinted his way into the yellow jersey in his debut Tour of Southland.
Australian teenager Jensen Plowright took stage honours in a sprint down the main street of Lumsden after the first main stage of the Tour of Southland yesterday.
Bruce Ross started off waving a flag on the sprint line and almost 50 years later he is still waving the flag for the Tour of Southland.
Dunedin rider Kees Duyvesteyn is the region's leading hope when the 63rd edition of the Tour of Southand gets under way in Invercargill tomorrow.