miss the first major international event at the Avantidrome and the first
chance our Kiwi riders have to try to secure their spot in the team heading to
Rio in 2016.
Olympic medallist Simon van
Velthooven has cut short his competitive sojourn in Japan to line-up in the
first Rio 2016 qualifying event in Cambridge starting tomorrow.
New Zealand cyclist Jesse Sergent warmed up for next week’s world championship, finishing second in the final stage of the Vuelta a Espana today.
Previous experience on the Moutere course near Nelson played an important role in Tom Hubbard’s (Breads of Europe- All About Plumbing) winning effort in the elite race of the Benchmark Homes Cycling Series near Nelson today.
The Oceania Cycling Confederation (OCC) continues to strengthen it foundations with the election yesterday of Mr Malcolm Speed as General Secretary of the OCC Executive Board.
With their successful Commonwealth Games behind them, BikeNZ is gearing up for the final two year campaign to the 2016 Rio Olympics.