Argyle Insider: A fond farewell to Classics season

26th April 2017

 

It seems like we spend all year waiting for the races that just passed us. The Classics are a celebration of all we hold dear about this beautiful sport. They're unpredictable, hard as nails and come down to all those small details that go unseen. One of our directors in the cobbled classics kept te... read more

Zenovich, Lucas, Rowlands impressive winners; Hewitt performs well in Calder Stewart Cycling Series

22nd April 2017

 

Matt Zenovich, Sharlotte Lucas and Dave Rowlands were impressive winners while leading Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt proved she could foot it with New Zealand’s leading domestic based women riders in the third round of the Calder Stewart Cycling series, the Kiwi Style Bike Tours Timaru Classic... read more

Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt adds exciting dynamic to third round of Calder Stewart Cycling Series

20th April 2017

 

Sets up an intriguing battle with women’s series leader Kate McIIroy   Having leading Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt on the start line for Saturday’s third round of the Calder Stewart Cycling series, the Kiwi Style Bike Tours Timaru Classic, adds an exciting different dynamic to th... read more

NZ Road Cyclist May/Jun Issue 40 On-Sale NOW

20th April 2017

 

The latest issue has just hit the office! Expect the NZ Road Cyclist May/Jun - Issue 40 in your letter boxes soon or pick up next week from your local newsagent. Featuruing:     FEATURESTHE COMEBACK KID – Keagan’s aiming for the top Image: FramesByJustinJames  &nb... read more

Record Results for 2017 TDU as 2018 Event Dates Confirmed

13th April 2017

 

This year’s Santos Tour Down Under (TDU) has created history, smashing all previous TDU economic impact and event specific visitor results.   Announced by Leon Bignell today, Minister for Tourism, the latest independent research data has revealed the 2017 TDU injected a massive $56.5 ... read more

THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

12th April 2017

 

AS CYCLISTS WE FIND PLEASURE IN THE PAIN. THIS DRIVES US TO CHASE CHALLENGES, WHICH ON PAPER SOMETIMES SEEM NUTS! BUT, WITH A LITTLE BIT OF TRAINING, TICKER AND SUFFERING WE CAN OVERCOME THESE EPIC JOURNEYS AND COME AWAY WITH A REAL SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT. It was a simpl... read more

VELOTHON HAS ARRIVED ON THE SUNSHINE COAST

11th April 2017

 

If the perfect escape is to gather your mates, assemble the finest machines that the cycling world can offer, clip in and hit the open road, then let us introduce you to your dream destination. Already successful in Germany, Wales, Sweden and Canada, Velothon is a rapidly growing global event serie... read more

Paris Roubaix - Hell of the North

11th April 2017

 

Now the dust has settled, let's take a look at some of the pictures that Russell Jones had filed from last Sunday's Paris Roubaix finish line. To see his full 'behind the scenes' article on the four Kiwi's taking part in the race (Sam Bewley, Paddy Bevin, Tom Scully and Craig Geater), check out the ... read more

Fourth place and mixed emotions for Cannondale-Drapac at Flanders

4th April 2017

 

It was the best and worst of times for the team on the road at De Ronde. We took fourth place at one of the sport’s biggest monuments, but we paid a very high price for it, as Sep and Taylor both had to abandon the race. Van Baarle confirmed his ride last year in front of the sport’s big... read more

McIIroy wins first elite cycling race while Odlin also claims victory in second round of the Calder

1st April 2017

 

Kate McIIroy won her first race as an elite cyclist while Paul Odlin crossed the line first in the elite’s men’s race of the second round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series, the Armstrong Prestige Dunedin Classic, held in Outram, today.   Former mountain running world champion, ... read more

 

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