Myron Simpson

Myron started racing bikes at the age of 4, and has won more national titles than he can remember from BMX, to road and track championships. His first international competition was at the age of 8, from there he went on to represent New Zealand at Oceania Championships, Track World Cups, Junior and Elite World Track Championships and the Commonwealth

Jesse Sergent

I have had a interest in bikes for as long as I can remember, and had a dream as a kid to become an Olympic medalist. As a rider I got to live my dream - achieving multiple national titles and records, track world championship medals, Olympic and Commonwealth Games medals, riding as a professional in the world tour for

Hamish Ferguson

Hamish started racing bikes in 1984, competing at a National level in U17, U19 and Elite. After a modest career featuring six A grade victories, his career was curtailed by injury. At this stage he was quickly snapped up by cyclists as a Coach in 1991. Before long he was producing National Champions and being awarded National Coaching roles. While

Hayden Roulston

Born in Ashburton in 1981, Hayden quickly developed into a talented junior rider on the both road and track and started competing for New Zealand on the track at age 17. At 19 years of age, Hayden moved to France and rode for a division 2 amateur club called Bressuire. After two strong 5 month stints where he won 2