Retailers in New Zealand
Retailers in New Zealand. These good guys & gals will have a range of our bikes and products in store and ride them too
213 Dominion Rd, Mt. Eden, Auckland 1024
09 630 6940 planetcycles.co.nz
33 Barry's Point Road, Takapuna, North Shore 0622, Auckland
09 489 5494, 0800 KIWIVELO, email@example.com
K Road, Auckland 1010
09 309 6444, firstname.lastname@example.org
1133 Pukuatua St, Rotorua
07 343 9372, email@example.com, bikeculture.co.nz
Central Bicycle Studio
69 Walding Street, Palmerston North, 4414
06 358 6151, firstname.lastname@example.org, centralbicyclestudio.co.nz
93 Aro Street, Aro Valley, Wellington
04 385 0398, mountainbikingwellington.com
Cnr Rutherford & Bridge Street, Nelson 7010
03 548 4999, email@example.com
206 Wordsworth St, Sydenham, Christchurch 8023
03 366 3773, firstname.lastname@example.org, scottybrowns.com
1 Picton Ave & Blenheim Road, Tower Junction, Addington, Christchurch 8011
03 365 2178, email@example.com
The Forge Building, Cnr Camp & Shotover Streets, Queenstown 9300
03 409 0409, firstname.lastname@example.org
99 Ardmore Street, Wanaka 9305
03 443 7882, email@example.com, racersedge.co.nz
70 Stuart St, Dunedin 9016
03 474 1211, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Monday, September 28, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Almost caught up from being away, got all sorts of stuff to post.
Best we start catching up with Interbike (on right now).
Start with Mike F talking about the Driver 8, a word of warning, he might upset VP-Free owners....but I am sure you guys can handle it.
Mmmm, Driver 8.
2010 Santa Cruz Driver 8 - More Mountain Bike Videos
I don't know why anyone would want to keep their knuckles in a box either?
Monday, September 14, 2009
I had been looking forward to the Worlds all year, ever since the 2008 World Champs in Italy. After my 25th place at that race I was aiming for a top ten finish in my last year as a junior.
We had arrived in Canberra early so that we could get to know the course well before all the overseas riders turned up and it became hard to ride the track without people getting in the way.
I had already seen the track earlier in the year at the Australian National Championships and had really enjoyed it and knew what to expect for worlds. Although the course was similar it had been shortened and several dual slalom lines had been added to increase passing options. It was pretty rocky, dry and hard and also very exposed because of the lack of trees due to bush fires that had occurred in the area several years ago. All the technical sections were the same and I had a lot of fun training before the race.
I started in eighth position which meant that I had a front row start. This was good as it gave me a reasonable chance of getting into the first technical part of the single track in a good position. I was going well and was right near the front around the first tight corner shortly after the start and from there on I tried to stay as close to the leaders as possible. The speed was surprisingly slow with the top riders controlling the pace until the last hundred meters or so from the single track where they dropped the hammer. The first single track climb was pretty chaotic and very physical as everyone jostled for position. We spent a lot of time off the bike running, near the top of the climb I managed to get back on the bike but unfortunately had a silly crash which twisted my bars. I lost places while I straightened them and ended up in 28th after the first lap. From then on I worked my way up through the field and spent a lot of time riding with fellow New Zealand rider Richard Anderson. I ended up finishing in 12th place out of 72 riders and I was pleased with how I had ridden although a little disappointed not to get inside the top ten. I really enjoyed the whole worlds experience and am already looking forward to next years World Champs in Mont Sainte Anne.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
I would hope you guys know by now that.......
PEATY GOT THE WIN!
While I try to catch up with the mountain of paper work and emails that have accumulated over the last two weeks, you guys can watch the above video and pretend that you went to the world champs too.
(oh yeah, BLTc's have landed and are almost sold out, so if you want one of these, stop mucking around. Just waiting for mine to get to Nelson).
Below is one of those Youtubes from an MTBR.com poster riding his new Blur LTc at 'Big Timber', good to hear the Kiwi artist LadyHawke single My Delirium, as the sound track (not My Derailium as I called it, she's not singing about her mountain bike).....nice bike and nice sound track........I know I'll be humming that song in my head when I get my BLTc.