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Whether you aspire to race, or just want to enjoy a gentle cruise every now and then, we can help you out.

Get started by checking out the useful links on the right. Talk to your local bike shop, find a group ride to join, or visit your local club. We've also put together a handy tips and tricks section

You've got the basics covered, and you're looking to improve your riding skills (or speed).

Now might be the perfect time to find a coach, or join your local club if you haven't already. Don't forget to check out all the awesome events you can do.

Do you dream of winning the maillot jaune? Want to be the next Greg Henderson or Sarah Ulmer?

Head along to your local club to enjoy regular racing, and check out races around the country in the events calendar.

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Road & Track Features

U17 riders sought for New Zealand Team for May’s Canberra Tour 2015

As a part of the National Junior Development programme, Cycling New Zealand will be selecting a team of up to 12 road cyclists to ride as a part of a New Zealand team at the Canberra Tour - 9-10 May, 2015.

Barry wins Coffee Culture Le Race

Dan Barry won today's Coffee Culture Le Race Cycling New Zealand Summer Series race, outsprinting Richard Lawson to win in two hours and forty seven minutes.

Girdlestone Keen To Defend Coffee Culture Le Race Title

Seventeen year old South African born Christchurch cyclist Keagan Girdlestone is one year stronger and wiser and keen to defend his break through win in last year’s Coffee Culture Le Race Cycling New Zealand Summer Series event on Saturday.

#AGTNC Official Results

The official results from the 2015 Age Group Track National Championships at the Cambridge Avantidrome.

Free Gallipoli invitation for riders at NZ university

At late notice, University Sport NZ has received an invitation from the Turkish University Sports Federation to attend the Gallipoli Games (21-30 April 2015), as part of the 100 year commemoration of the Gallipoli Campaign.

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