|1938||Sydney||G. R. Giles||1,000 m. sprint||Bronze|
|1938||Sydney||J. Brown||100 km. road||Silver|
|1950||Auckland||L. P. Lock||10 miles unpaced||Silver|
|1950||Auckland||T. R. Carter||100 km. road||Silver|
|1950||Auckland||G. R. Avery||1,000 m. sprint||Bronze|
|1950||Auckland||L. P. Lock||4,000 m. ind. pursuit||Bronze|
|1950||Auckland||C. M. Simpson||1,000 m. time trial||Silver|
|1954||Vancouver||J. K. Baird||100 km. road||Silver|
|1958||Cardiff||W. T. Johnston||10 miles||Silver|
|1958||Cardiff||W. D. H. Dalton||1,000 m. time trial||Bronze|
|1958||Cardiff||W. D. H. Dalton||4,000 m. ind. pursuit||Bronze|
|1962||Perth||W. T. Johnston||10 miles||Silver|
|1962||Perth||A. J. Walsh||120 miles road||Silver|
|1962||Perth||L. J. Byers||120 miles road||Bronze|
New Zealand cyclists have competed in the World Cycling Championships on several occasions since 1948. At the 1958 World Championships in Paris, W. D. H. Dalton took fourth place in the 4,000 m. individual pursuit race, and showed the second best time. At the Canterbury Centennial Games at Christchurch, 1950, and at the Malayan Merdeka (Independence) Games at Kuala Lumpur, 1957, New Zealand teams participated with considerable success.
Since the formation of the Association, a number of top-ranking overseas cyclists have competed in New Zealand. These have included riders from Australia, Canada, Denmark, New Caledonia, Rhodesia, the British Isles, and the United States.