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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

ITS Adelaide - Day 2 Wrap

There were some solid performances by the Kiwis on the second day of the International Track Series in Adelaide, but it was the Australians who were in full force, with their collection of world champions dominating.

Triple Triumph For NZ Juniors In Adelaide

New Zealand junior riders claimed three wins on the first day of the International Track Series in Adelaide.

New Zealand’s sprint cyclists prepare for major campaign

Cycling New Zealand will take their biggest and strongest group of sprint cyclists to USA and Europe for a training and racing block to prepare for this summer’s all-important international campaign.

Kiwi cyclists face powerful competition across the Tasman

Some of New Zealand’s leading cyclists will get a baptism of fire when they return to track competition across the Tasman tomorrow.

Young Kiwi riders shine at the Canberra Junior Tour

Our U17 squads dominated at the recent Canberra Junior Tour, winning both the girls and boys general classification – a one, two, three finish for the girls and a one, two finish for the boys.

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