News25 Oct 2014

Blazso blasts to Croc Trophy stage victory

Hungarian marathon champion Márton Blazsó claimed the biggest win of his career with victory in Stage 7 of the Crocodile Trophy.

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FRIDAY 24 OCTOBER 2014

News24 Oct 2014

Wallace closes in on Saw after marathon stage at Irvinebank

Greg Saw held on to the overall leader jersey, but a Stage 6 crocodile Trophy win by Canadian Cory Wallace has closed the gap to the Australian.

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THURSDAY 23 OCTOBER 2014

News23 Oct 2014

Rybarik wins Croc stage as Wallace stalks a suffering Saw

The 2012 Crocodile Trophy champion Ivan Rybarik claimed his second stage win at this year's event ahead of Cory Wallace and Ramses Bekkenk.

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WEDNESDAY 22 OCTOBER 2014

News22 Oct 2014

Bullish escape for Wallace as he claims Crocodile Trophy stage

Cory Wallace finished almost three minutes ahead of Ramses Bekkenk and race leader Greg Saw to win the fourth stage of the Crocodile Trophy, but only after narrowly escaping the attack of a wild bull.

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TUESDAY 21 OCTOBER 2014

News21 Oct 2014

Rosa gets first boomerang for Portugal

Portuguese Olympian and Cross-Country (XCO) National Champion David Rosa hit the front early before going on to win Stage 3 of the Crocodile Trophy.

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MONDAY 20 OCTOBER 2014

News20 Oct 2014

Aussie Saw leads Crocodile Trophy

Australian Greg Saw, originally from the Atherton area in Queensland, took out an emotional home town stage win and the overall Crocodile Trophy race lead.

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SUNDAY 19 OCTOBER 2014

News19 Oct 2014

Rybarik wins Crocodile Trophy opener

Ivan Rybarik drew first blood in the opening stage of the Crocodile Trophy in Cairns on Saturday.

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SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER 2014

News18 Oct 2014

Record Australian field at Croc Trophy

Australian riders will make up a third of the field as the Crocodile Trophy mountain bike stage race departs Cairns on Saturday.

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THURSDAY 16 OCTOBER 2014

News16 Oct 2014

Barnes: Enduro will grow

Australian Gravity Enduro Series women’s champion, Rosemary Barnes, reflects on the inaugural series and the changing experience of mountain biking.

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MONDAY 13 OCTOBER 2014

News13 Oct 2014

Cyclists become cars for a day in Latvia

One more cyclist on the road is one less car. The more bikes, the less traffic, and more broadly, happier roadways.

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WEDNESDAY 1 OCTOBER 2014

News1 Oct 2014

Lacondeguy conquers Red Bull Rampage 2014

After three straight  4th place finishes, Spaniard Andreu Lacondeguy emerged with an emotional victory at the Red Bull Rampage in Southern Utah, USA.

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TUESDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2014

News30 Sep 2014

Hannah to mentor future MTB stars

Australian downhill star Mick Hannah will lend his knowledge to young riders at 2014 Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Development Camp from 10-13 October.

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SATURDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2014

News27 Sep 2014

ACT to trial minimum passing distance laws

The Australian Capital Territory will follow the lead of Queensland in trialling safe passing distance legislation, in a bid to better protect the safety of cyclists on the road.

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FRIDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2014

News19 Sep 2014

Why do we still hear people joke about hitting cyclists?

Monash University Academic and Amy Gillett Foundation Researcher, Marilyn Johnson, questions the flippancy with which cycling safety is treated by some in the media, and posits; can casual comments of derision feed a dangerous culture on our roads?

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TUESDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2014

News16 Sep 2014

Malcolm Speed appointed new President of Cycling Australia

Former International Cricket Council Chief Malcolm Speed will assume the role of Cycling Australia President as part of sweeping changes to the national body's board.

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