Albert Snep’s sports career is going downhill fast. The Scots College year 13 rider is the freshly minted New Zealand Secondary School U20 Downhill champion after winning the National Schools Mountain Bike Championships in Dunedin.
Albert won his maiden national schools title by just over a second to runner-up Todd ...
It’s on again folks! This year it’s just the Hill Climb and a new Criterium course around the YMCA.
Grades are Year 7/8, U15, U17 and U20
More detailed information and entry form to come on the Wellington Schools Cycling website:
We’re now well into the schools cycling calendar with two TTT’s under our belt. After the Hope Gibbons there are two more TTT’s held on the Wainuiomata Coast Rd. Scots College riders George Tompkin, Harry Stew and Elliot Robertson broke the U16 record for this course recently (was held by a strong team with Boston ...
Over the weekend, the Wellington Region's best Mountain Bikers were put through their paces at the CSW Mountain Bike Champs. Organised by the PnP Mountain Bike Club, the Champs were held at the Wainuiomata Mountain Bike Park, and the weather didn't disappoint. Congratulations to all of the participants listed below and ...
The annual Giant Wellington PNP Cycling Club Champs/College Sport Wellington Champs will be held at Waiu Park, Waiu St, Wainuiomata on Sunday 17th Feb.
The format of the last few years will be retained. There will be 3 events on the same day. Cross Country, Super D Downhill (that will use Freewheel, Beeline and Beeline ...
On Sunday 23 September, fifty riders from schools in the Lower North Island attended the annual Wellington Schools Road Cycling Champs were held in Trentham and Whitemans Valley.
The First event of the day was a Hill Climb up Wallaceville Hill, then an Individual Time Trial on Whitemans Valley, followed by a short ...
And so it's August already! Last Sunday started off the annual Schools Criterium Series, run by the PNP Cycling Club. These events have been running for many years now and were created to prepare riders for the upcoming big events of the season.
The Criterium Series is a short course with closed off roads, where there is ...
Year 13 student Grace Saywell (Paraparaumu College) successfully defended her Poneke Plate in the women's race of the Laykold Cup Carnival at the Wellington Velodrome.
While Bridget Olphert, Zoe Perry, and 2015 / 2016 champion Sophie-Leigh Bloxham were aiming for an upset, Grace held on to win the 20 lap race.
Precocious mountainbiker Eden Cruise takes on another challenge this week.
Cruise will compete at the Crankworx festival in Rotorua, which doubles as the opening round of the world enduro series.
Downhill racing is not Cruise's speciality and he has little idea of the strength of the European challenge at Rotorua but ...