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  •   Home > News > Sports >  Subscribe to NZCity's Cycling articles  Cycling
    Cycling team soldiers on despite having race bikes stolen at Tour of Britain
     9 June 2024
    Riders from the British-based cycling team Lifeplus-Wahoo woke up to a shock ahead of the second day of the Tour of Britain when they discovered all their bikes had been stolen.
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    Another big win for rising New Zealand cyclist Ally Wollaston
    8 Jun: Another big win for rising New Zealand cyclist Ally Wollaston ... more
    Race leader Remco Evenepoel and second-placed Primoz Roglic have been injured in a crash during the Criterium du Dauphine race
    7 Jun: Race leader Remco Evenepoel and second-placed Primoz Roglic have been injured in a crash during the Criterium du Dauphine race... more
    Tadej Pogacar remains leader of Giro d'Italia after coming second on 17th stage
    23 May: Tadej Pogacar remains the leader of the Giro d'Italia by seven minutes and 42 seconds after coming second on the 159-kilometre 17th stage with another mountain-top finish in the Dolomites... more
    Can the women's sprint cycling team break the country's 20-year Olympic gold drought in the velodrome
    23 May: Can the women's sprint cycling team break the country's 20-year Olympic gold drought in the velodrome... more
    Parts of our economy are continuing to provide inflation pressures for the Reserve Bank
    23 May: Parts of our economy are continuing to provide inflation pressures for the Reserve Bank... more
    Kiwi cyclist Ellesse Andrews is confident of going one step further heading into her second Olympics
    22 May: Kiwi cyclist Ellesse Andrews is confident of going one step further heading into her second Olympics... more
    World champions Aaron Gate and Ellesse Andrews headline a 16-strong track and road cycling team that's off to the Paris Olympics
    22 May: World champions Aaron Gate and Ellesse Andrews headline a 16-strong track and road cycling team that's off to the Paris Olympics... more
    Another top 10 stage result for New Zealand rider Laurence Pithie at cycling's Giro d'Italia
    18 May: Another top 10 stage result for New Zealand rider Laurence Pithie at cycling's Giro d'Italia... more
    The moment a car crashes into a cyclist during the Championnats de Cyclisme de l'Avenir race
    14 May: The shocking moment a car crashed into the back of the leader of an under-19 cycling race in France was captured on TV.... more

     Most Popular Recent Cycling News
     23 May: Parts of our economy are continuing to provide inflation pressures for the Reserve Bank ++++++++
     18 May: Another top 10 stage result for New Zealand rider Laurence Pithie at cycling's Giro d'Italia ++++++
     14 May: The moment a car crashes into a cyclist during the Championnats de Cyclisme de l'Avenir race ++++++
     22 May: World champions Aaron Gate and Ellesse Andrews headline a 16-strong track and road cycling team that's off to the Paris Olympics +++++
     22 May: Kiwi cyclist Ellesse Andrews is confident of going one step further heading into her second Olympics +++++
     23 May: Can the women's sprint cycling team break the country's 20-year Olympic gold drought in the velodrome ++++
     07 Jun: Race leader Remco Evenepoel and second-placed Primoz Roglic have been injured in a crash during the Criterium du Dauphine race ++++

     Cycling NewsLinks
      31 May: The road south: cycling author to stop in timaru (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 May: Masters finalists vying for ultimate achievement award (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 May: Olivia podmore's best mate, shaane fulton to race at paris olympics in track cycling sprint team (RadioNZ)
      22 May: World champion duo to lead cycling charge at paris olympics (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: Who’s in line for junior sportsperson of the year? (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: Whose in line for junior sportsperson of the year? (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 May: Best indoor bike trainers for 2024: tacx, wahoo, saris and more compared - cnet (CNet News)
      16 May: Death by dangerous cycling set to become offence (BBCWorld)
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