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[CT] BNZ Cycling Team

Stagiare Signings!!


We are here to confirm 2 recent signings that we hope will be incredibly talented in the future of cycling!! These riders will not appear on the team until August but we cannot wait to see them debut!

Jake Marryatt - 23 Years Old - New Zealand
Potential : 5 - XP : 1.0 - Strength : Time Trial



Future Stats


We are very excited to have this young Kiwi on board! He has made a big impact in the NRS series and on the NZ cycling circuit and we cannot wait to show him off to the professional peloton!!

Zac Williams - 24 Years Old - New Zealand
Potential : 4 - XP : 1.0 - Strength : Sprints



Future Stats


This young Kiwi cyclist is incredible in the sprints already! A very strong rider who is also a very big influence on the track! We hope to train this rider on the track but mainly with his sprints. Keep him at his roots to make him better on the road and the track! We are very excited to welcome him to the team!

Both of these riders will be joining us in August and we cannot wait to great them out on the road!

Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming season!!

Final Transfer Happenings!

Hi all!

Recently the transfer window has closed and the CT draft has been and gone! We have been in planning mode the last few days. Sorting out race days for riders and making sure we have the best teams possible to achieve our goals (will be revealed soon). Our final moves where mostly in the final hour of the transfer window and we hope that everything we have done will help us in our promotion battle!

Final Stagiare Signings

Samuele Menicucci - 22 Years Old - San Marino
Potential : 3 - XP : 1.0 - Strength : Undecided


Future Stats - With Classics Training


This young rider from San Marino will be an amazing domestique in the cobbles in the future! He may not be the best rider but with great support stats and a good ability in the hills and on the cobbles he is definitely going to be great help for an eventual leader in this time in the future! He will be joining us in his first race in August!

Jimmy Muhindo - 23 Years Old - Democratic Republic of Congo
Potential : 5 - XP : 1.0 - Strength : Cobbles


Future Stats with Cobbles Training


Future Stats with Classics Training


Another future cobbles cyclist! This young rider has a great potential to be another great domestique and perhaps leader in the CT stage! He is unsure on what kind of training he wants to do whether it be a main focus on cobbles or classics and get slightly better at some other areas as well. He will be joining us in August and we cannot wait to see him in our colours for years to come!

Continental Tour Draft

This is a great initiative recently involved in the Continental tour. These riders essentially get signed to a team on a free wage and use their first year to develop or help the team. The team then decides at the end of the year whether or not they want to sign them and continue with the team. Last year we selected Luke Mudgway and Campbell Flakemore. Both riders where signed for this upcoming season and we cannot wait to see their new ability after their continued training throughout the off-season. This year we used the draft to sign an experienced climber and a young talent. Here they are!!

The 11th Pick of the CT Draft

Jean-Francois Camier - 32 Years Old - France
Potential : 6 - XP : MAX - Strength : Mountains


This guy is a fantastic climber! He is so strong in the mountains and will be an incredible workhorse alongside Max Oste-Macdonald in support of Kiserlovski and Campero!! We cannot wait to see our mountains squad in action with this final addition!!

The 24th Pick of the CT Draft

Dylan Sunderland - 23 Years Old - Australia
Potential : 3 - XP : 1.0 - Strength : Mountains


Future Stats with Climber V1 training


Dylan is a great Aussie talent in the mountains. He has a fairly good potential and will turn into great mountain support. With some training he could turn into a CT leader some day! We have great faith in Dylan and cannot wait to see him turn into the best rider he can!!

PT Loan

In the final hour we made 1 final move. We say goodbye to Sono Delgerbayar for the second season in a row to go to the PT once again in order to finally finish his training and reach his full potential! We thank Mr. Bikex of the SPAR - Siam Cement for approaching us with the proposal and cannot wait to see him in action in the Pro Tour!

When he returns he will look a little something like this...


Thankyou all for supporting us all through the transfer window! A full team presentation will follow over the next few days as well as goals and calendar announcement! We continue our planning and cannot wait for our season to begin!

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Sunderland is an Aussie though Wink Don't see him turning into a leader at some point, but it's nice to see him being picked up. Too bad it won't be enough for a level up..

And funny to see Delgerbayar finally maxing Grin It's been a while, since he started his pro career with Oz Cycling (must be in 2012 or 2013)!
tsmoha wrote:
Sunderland is an Aussie though Wink Don't see him turning into a leader at some point, but it's nice to see him being picked up. Too bad it won't be enough for a level up..

And funny to see Delgerbayar finally maxing Grin It's been a while, since he started his pro career with Oz Cycling (must be in 2012 or 2013)!

I knew that too haha not sure why I put kiwi. Fixed now Smile

Yeh he will definitely be great mountain support but not sure about a leader. He will definitely progress over the next few seasons with us however.

Yeh it’s been a long time coming! Sono is one of only 2 riders still in my team since year 1 so it’ll be great to see him maxed!!

Goals 2019 Season

Finally it is time to release our goals for the season ahead! Very similar to past years with a focus on the local races with 2 in New Zealand, 1 in Australia and 1 abroad. We hope to achieve these goals as we believe we have assembled a strong enough team to help us get a good bid for promotion this season! Even with all of our young guys!

Gisborne GP - Gaol : WIN


Last year was incredible with Edmonson coming home in a close second to Ben Nasser. This season with no Ben Nasser and Edmonson always improving we believe we can win this year! Josh has shown he has the ability to do so and we believe with the help from Gunman and others he has a real shot at taking out our main goal!

Achieved? - N/A

Tour de Vineyards - Goal : Top 5


Another home race for us! This race has not been raced since 2013 and we hope that with its return we can achieve some great results! We have strong leaders in Campero and Kiserlovski and it all depends on who we decide to send to this race. This is the real stage racers dream with a good mix of everything thrown into this race!

Achieved? - N/A

Transfagarasan GP - Top 10


Our only goal race abroad! A mountain classic for the C2HC division. Kiserlovski and Campero could both do really well here and we plan on sending 1 if not both of these riders to this very important race! A top 10 is definitely achievable!

Achieved? - N/A

Great Ocean Road Classic - Goal : Top 10


This race is usually a goal for us. A good showing here is always an important way to start the season and we expect nothing less this year. Von Hoff will probably lead a squad here and we hope to see him get a top 10!

Achieved? - N/A

CT Standings - Goal : Top 10

Finally, our standings goal for this year is a top 10! That isn't automatic promotion but it puts us into a promotional bid! We will be very happy with a top t0!

Achieved? - N/A

There you have it! We hope to have a great season this year and achieve as many goals as possible!

Next up will be the full team presentation!


Jersey Announcement!!

We have finally received confirmation on our jersey design and we absolutely love it!! We have stuck with the pink and added a bit of the 2017 element to really stand out! We can't thank the designer the_hoyle enough for his continued incredible work for the last 2 seasons!

We also had a bit of a sponsor hiccup with Felt Bicycles pulling out very late into the preseason because of an issue with some of our decisions. However, have no fear! BMC is here! They have jumped in and helped us out to provide us with some amazing BMC bicycles for our team to compete with!


As another team with a heavy pink element, I love it! Awesome design that will be incredible easy to spot in the CT races.
TheManxMissile wrote:
As another team with a heavy pink element, I love it! Awesome design that will be incredible easy to spot in the CT races.

For sure! We are always trying to stand out as a team and you can spot us from a mile away!! Also with our bright yellow accessories it'll be an interesting mix :lol: the_hoyle did an incredible job!
That is an awesome jersey. It looks like the jersey game has been stepped up in the CT this year.
Azerbaijan wrote:
That is an awesome jersey. It looks like the jersey game has been stepped up in the CT this year.

For sure!! They all look incredible!

Final Confirmerd Squad Presentation!

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen to the 2019 BNZ Cycling Team rider Presentation!

Okay so obviously it isn't that formal here but its still a big deal! We are finally able to share with you our full squad, squad abilities and even their wage for the upcoming 2019 season!! So without further ado, the 2019 BNZ Cycling Team roster!!


We are so very excited to see this squad in action! Especially with Edmondson's improved hill ability we hope that he can continue his amazing career at BNZ Cycling Team and that even though we have a young squad, a lot of future talents and honestly, not that many experienced and known scorers, we will need everyone to pitch in to aim for promotion!

Short side note

- Sono Delgerbayar is on loan to SPAR - Siam Cements in order to fully develop as a rider
- Nicholas Schultz is on loan to bennelong-mitchelton in order to fully develop as well! We wish both riders the very best for the upcoming season!

Thankyou for joining us today! Please check our initial posts in the website in order for a more in depth look at the squad!

Clasico San Cristobal

The start of the season is finally upon us. We head to Cuba for the start of the season and we hoped it to be a good one! Edmondson got a podium here last season and we were hoping for another one this season. However, it wasn't meant to be. Joshua didn't show his face until the final few kms which was the perfect place to be as he made the decisive break of favourites. However, he seemed to be lacking the punch and attack that he had in the early part of last season.


As you can see he is in the yellow helmet pushing hard in this image with less then 1 kilometre to go.


However, with 200m to go he just couldn't keep up his speed and quickly faded off from the cyclists competing for the win. Chaves took a great win for AZTECA and Edmondson struggling all the way to the line came home in a still fantastic and very respectable 8th place. Not the start we wanted but still a great start overall for the squad!



1Johan Esteban ChavesAzteca - NBCSN5h25'50
2Evaldas SiskeviciusDK Zalgiriss.t.
3Rui CostaEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
4Davide VillellaNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
5Sven Erik BystromEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
6Daniel HoelgaardTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 26
7Pavel PotockiGCN ProTeams.t.
8Joshua EdmondsonBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
9Dietmar Mehr-WenigeEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
10Gasore HategekaGCN ProTeam+ 42

11Tom DiggleNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
12Nicolae TanovitchiiTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
13Gaetan BilleGCN ProTeam+ 58
14Anatoliy BudyakTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 1'05
15Simon PellaudCentovalli - Fiat+ 1'14
16Joni BrandaoBerg Cycles+ 1'41
17Martin LaasTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
18Nikita UmerbekovEddie Stobart+ 1'53
19Mohammad Saufi Mat SenanRostrum Initiatives.t.
20Romain HardyBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
21Nicolas RocheGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
22Robbie SquireAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
23Fausto MasnadaCentovalli - Fiat+ 2'16
24James PiccoliNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
25Vitor RodriguesBerg Cycless.t.
26Michael CumingGCN ProTeams.t.
27Borislav IvanovMinions+ 2'30
28Pablo MudarraENI - MOLs.t.
29Alessandro De MarchiDelvauxs.t.
30Luka PibernikSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
31Vincenzo NibaliEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
32Lluis RoperoAndorra Cycling Projects.t.
33Bart De ClercqEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
34Kristoffer SkjerpingENI - MOLs.t.
35Stefano PirazziBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
36Andres PaezEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
37Thomas BonninDelvaux+ 2'54
38Vegard Robinson BuggeEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
39Geremie NzekeGCN ProTeam+ 3'00
40Behnam KhalilikhosroshaniRostrum Initiatives.t.
41Pedro Pablo PereyraENI - MOLs.t.
42Tesfar TeklitDK Zalgiriss.t.
43Bjorn SelanderMinionss.t.
44Joao GasparNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
45Luis AfonsoBerg Cycless.t.
46Jasper StuyvenDelvauxs.t.
47Mykhaylo KononenkoTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 3'35
48Julien BerardEddie Stobarts.t.
49Ruben FernandezEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
50Karol Andrzej DomagalskiENI - MOLs.t.
51Marcio PortelaBerg Cycless.t.
52Domen NovakAndorra Cycling Projects.t.
53Gaetan PonsENI - MOLs.t.
54Felix Emilio BesadaAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
55Gabor KasaSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
56Salvador Moreno HernandezEddie Stobarts.t.
57Kim MichelyENI - MOLs.t.
58Rudy MolardEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
59Romain ZingleEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
60Taylor GunmanBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
61Adam De VosNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
62Mathieu La LavandierFestina-Canal+s.t.
63Oleg BerdosOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 4'55
64Ben O'ConnorGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
65Jonathan McEvoyEuskaltel - Elior+ 5'06
66Edison BravoAzteca - NBCSN+ 5'30
67Benjamin BrkicOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
68Yoann BagotFestina-Canal+s.t.
69Samuel CoronelNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
70Pascal EenkhoornCentovalli - Fiats.t.
71Ivan RovnyEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
72Abdelkader BelmokhtarFestina-Canal+s.t.
73Martin WeissOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
74Stefano AgostiniEddie Stobarts.t.
75Lucian VoineaOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
76Marcelo FelipeRostrum Initiatives.t.
77Jordi MajoralOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
78Joao AlmeidaBerg Cycless.t.
79Charles MatteENI - MOLs.t.
80Simone VelascoBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
81Orluis AularBerg Cycless.t.
82Ioannidis KiriakidisCentovalli - Fiats.t.
83Jhonatan NarvaezDK Zalgiriss.t.
84David GauduEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
85Charles AnguiletGCN ProTeams.t.
86Matala SebokaAndorra Cycling Projects.t.
87Carlos BaltazarAndorra Cycling Projects.t.
88Tyler BrandtGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
89Ulugbek GalievAndorra Cycling Projects.t.
90Davide MalacarneEddie Stobarts.t.
91Ryan AndersonNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
92Bereket YemaneFestina-Canal+s.t.
93Gordian BanzerTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
94Tareq EsmaeliMinionss.t.
95Cristian MunozSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
96Emil DimaOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
97Kent MainTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
98Floris De TierEddie Stobarts.t.
99Nicola ConciEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
100Suleiman KangangiEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
101Oscar CabanasAndorra Cycling Project+ 7'02
102Muhammad AbdurrahmanTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 7'32
103Shaun LewisEddie Stobarts.t.
104Dylan SunderlandBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
105Pavel SivakovEddie Stobarts.t.
106Georg ZimmermannTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
107Takape EroniRostrum Initiatives.t.
108Marton DinaENI - MOLs.t.
109Jannik SteimleTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
110Andrea PasqualonFestina-Canal+s.t.
111Lennard HofstedeDelvauxs.t.
112Stephan RabitschOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 8'00
113Marco CanolaOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
114Izidor PenkoSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
115Joel YatesBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
116Taylor EisenhartMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
117Filippo ZaccantiBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
118Metkel KiflayMinionss.t.
119Ziga GroseljMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
120Ignas KonovalovasFestina-Canal++ 8'40
121Torjus SleenTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
122Gracjan LejmanGCN ProTeams.t.
123Kristian AasvoldTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
124Steff CrasBerg Cycless.t.
125Vadim PronskiyTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroff+ 9'15
126Alexander EvansBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
127Gino Mé‹ŽerCentovalli - Fiats.t.
128Nick ReddishBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
129Aimiliano VilaCentovalli - Fiats.t.
130Alexandr OvsyannikovDK Zalgiriss.t.
131Uri Martins SandovalAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
132Andrea VendrameDelvaux+ 9'49
133Jasper de LaatFestina-Canal+s.t.
134Wojciech PszczolarskiTeam Popo4Ever p/b Nemiroffs.t.
135Lucas HamiltonDK Zalgiriss.t.
136Nicolas SesslerRostrum Initiative+ 10'34
137Michael StorerBianchi - Campagnolo+ 12'23
138Paul Van der PloegGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 12'51
139Brendan RhimMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 14'34
140Thomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
141Michael ChristodoulosSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
142Patrick GamperCentovalli - Fiats.t.
143Fernando BarceloBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
144Casper PedersenTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
145Chequan RichardsonAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
146Sean DowneyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
147Siim KiskonenBerg Cycless.t.
148Fulgencio BruMinionss.t.
149Niels AlbertMinionss.t.
150Ahmet OrkenSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
151Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
152George SimpsonGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
153Sulkhan AkhmaeviDK Zalgiriss.t.
154Leandro MarcosMinionss.t.
155Justas BeniusisDK Zalgiriss.t.
156Miles ScotsonBNZ Cycling Team+ 16'29
157Dmitry StrakhovBianchi - Campagnolo+ 17'16
158Alex HoehnMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
159Luis Fernando Lopez NolascoRostrum Initiatives.t.
160Zeke MostovMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
161Marco MathisFestina-Canal+s.t.
162Adam Petrie-ArmstrongGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
163Oumaru MinoungouGCN ProTeams.t.
164Mathias NorsgaardTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
165Darijus DzervusDK Zalgiris+ 18'32
166Mohamad Izzat Hilmi Abdul HalilEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
167Andzs FlaksisMinions+ 19'15
168Felix EnglishGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
169Campbell FlakemoreBNZ Cycling Team+ 19'27
170Noah GraniganMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 19'47
171Xavier NievesRostrum Initiative+ 20'09
172Bilguunjargal ErdenebatBNZ Cycling Team+ 23'15
173Maximilian WalscheidCentovalli - Fiat+ 26'22
174Connor BrownMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
175Dusan RajovicSwisslion Cycling Team+ 27'03
176Hugues MottinAndorra Cycling Project+ 28'53
177Chi Kin LeiRostrum Initiative+ 30'01
178Kevin EeckhoutAndorra Cycling Project+ 30'09
179Mamyr StashNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 32'48
180Nur Aiman ZariffDelvaux+ 42'45
181German Anibal OrueAzteca - NBCSN+ 44'06
182Dadley CorwinAzteca - NBCSN+ 44'59

Manager Reactions:

Look I can't be unhappy with an 8th place. We did want more however Josh can't feel 100% every race. Day 1 of the season and an 8th place is more then okay. We move forward now with Joshya moving his focus on the Tour Down Under starting in a few days and we can't wait to see what he can come away with in the Australian stage race!


Tour Down Under

The Australian season opener is here and as usual, draws a rather big field! After the race in Cuba, we hoped that Edmondson would be able to continue pushing his form, and that Von Hoff could start his season off with a bang!

Stages 1 & 2 were very quiet for us. Edmondson showed his face only near the front in the final sprint finishing in the top 30, while all other riders were way back. Early days and no lost time for our leader so we definitely were not unhappy about the start.

Stage 3 was a big one! We hit 1 big climb at the finale of the stage and the favourites were loving it! A big attack from Gautier caused lots of responses including our own Edmondson!


Gautier stayed ahead and took the stage win and the GC. Edmondson pushed home for 3rd place in the stage and moves to 3rd overall only 10s behind!


The rest of the stages were very quiet GC wise. No attacks on Willunga hill like many would have though. The sprinters closer to the GC took advantage and pushed until the final line on stage 6. In the end Holloway took the victory on stage 6 and the final GC with him! Edmondson's sleeve can be seen in this shot as he finished 25th on the final day and 6th overall in the GC.


Final General Classification

1Dan HollowayMcCormick Pro Cycling19h41'26
2Bruno BorgesDuolingo+ 5
3Cyril GautierValio - Viking Genetics+ 8
4John DegenkolbIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 9
5Jacopo GuarnieriDelvaux+ 11
6Joshua EdmondsonBNZ Cycling Team+ 26
7Aleksandar FlügelKraftwerk Man Machine+ 29
8Jonathan BelliscycleYorkshire+ 31
9Petr VakocKulczyk - Alitalias.t.
10Kristian DyrnesXero Racing+ 33

11Pello BilbaoSwisslion Cycling Team+ 37
12Yuri TrofimovDuolingo+ 39
13Matti ManninenValio - Viking Genetics+ 51
14Gerald CiolekSwisslion Cycling Team+ 58
15Maurice SchreursDelvaux+ 1'15
16Ben HermansDelvauxs.t.
17Jan BrockhoffIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
18Tomasz MarczynskiKulczyk - Alitalias.t.
19Hugo HouleXero Racing+ 1'24
20Mark CavendishKraftwerk Man Machine+ 1'33
21Nico DenzKraftwerk Man Machine+ 1'39
22Arthur VichotDelvauxs.t.
23Enrico BarbinKulczyk - Alitalia+ 1'43
24Sang Hong ParkKraftwerk Man Machine+ 1'45
25Yudai ArashiroRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
26Jasper StuyvenDelvauxs.t.
27Johann van ZylKraftwerk Man Machines.t.
28Alexis GougeardIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
29Mateo FrankovicMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
30Fernando GaviriaLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 1'58
31Romain VanderbiestCarrefour - ESPN+ 2'02
32Ivano Lo CiceroTeam Europcar+ 2'12
33Sascha ModoloTeam Europcar+ 2'15
34Sondre Holst EngercycleYorkshire+ 2'29
35Pedro Merino CriadoIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 2'34
36Martin MahdarTeam Europcars.t.
37Michel KrederDelvaux+ 2'38
38Kevin FeiereisenCarrefour - ESPN+ 2'42
39Ben KingIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 2'44
40Juan Jose Lobato del ValleDelvauxs.t.
41Maani AltanzulBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
42Robert SweetingMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
43Connor McCutcheonMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
44Simon YatesDesigual+ 3'12
45Rick ZabelDesigual+ 3'17
46Hassen Ben NasserCarrefour - ESPN+ 3'22
47Laurent PichonCampari/Asahi developments.t.
48Kazushige KubokiRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
49Chris FroomeRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
50Blel KadriCampari/Asahi developments.t.
51Filippo FiorelliCampari/Asahi developments.t.
52Rafael SilvaRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
53Ha Jeon JungCampari/Asahi developments.t.
54Rasmus SteroboTeam Europcar+ 3'25
55Michael MatthewsTeam Europcar+ 3'41
56Raymond KrederSwisslion Cycling Team+ 3'51
57Xavier QuevedoCarrefour - ESPN+ 3'52
58Josef CernyLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
59Fulgencio BruMinionss.t.
60Bjorn SelanderMinionss.t.
61Mikel LandaDesiguals.t.
62Ingvar OmarssonValio - Viking Geneticss.t.
63Yamato ShirotaRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
64Phillip GaimonMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
65Miguel Minguez AyalaDesiguals.t.
66Muhamad Adiq OthmanJayco - Mitchelton+ 4'47
67Juan Abenhamar Gallego MartinIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 4'49
68Chiaffredo GrippoKulczyk - Alitalias.t.
69Jacob SalconeRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
70Christophe LaporteCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
71Patrick BerczCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
72Nikita UmerbekovEddie Stobarts.t.
73Joni KanervaValio - Viking Genetics+ 4'51
74Shaun Nick BesterXero Racings.t.
75Jocelyn BarcycleYorkshires.t.
76Jan DieterenVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
77Tom DavisonXero Racings.t.
78Estifanos KebedeCampari/Asahi developments.t.
79Ivo OliveiraDuolingos.t.
80David VeilleuxDuolingos.t.
81Choon Huat GohDuolingos.t.
82Jaako HänninenValio - Viking Geneticss.t.
83Steele Von HoffBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
84Stephen WilliamscycleYorkshires.t.
85Florian ScheitKraftwerk Man Machines.t.
86Kristjan KorencycleYorkshires.t.
87Dylan KennettXero Racings.t.
88Anthony LavoineKulczyk - Alitalias.t.
89Sergio HiguitaXero Racings.t.
90Maxime VantommeMinions+ 4'56
91Jon AberasturiTeam Europcar+ 4'58
92Matic GroseljSwisslion Cycling Team+ 5'15
93Ethan WeissMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 5'27
94Saulo LayTeam Europcar+ 5'41
95Nipuna Shira ManamalageMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
96Carl Fredrik HagenVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 5'48
97Havard BlikraVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
98Luka MezgecSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
99Masaki YamamotoCampari/Asahi developments.t.
100Eoin McCarthyJayco - Mitcheltons.t.
101Piotr BrozynaKulczyk - Alitalias.t.
102Willi WillwohlKraftwerk Man Machine+ 5'49
103Hayato OkamotocycleYorkshire+ 5'53
104Josue Gonzalez CortesKraftwerk Man Machine+ 6'08
105Hugo HofstetterDesiguals.t.
106Xuban ErrazkinDesiguals.t.
107Kritsada ChangpadJayco - Mitchelton+ 6'31
108Jani TeweldeKulczyk - Alitalia+ 6'39
109Paavo PaajanenValio - Viking Genetics+ 6'40
110Nils SchomberXero Racing+ 6'50
111Edoardo AffiniDuolingos.t.
112Walter TrilliniDuolingo+ 6'55
113Tomohiro HayakawaRakuten Pro Cyclings.t.
114Andreas MiltiadisJayco - Mitchelton+ 7'04
115Matteo MoschettiCampari/Asahi development+ 7'05
116Federico RocchettiCampari/Asahi developments.t.
117Aleksa CrncevicCarrefour - ESPNs.t.
118Matteo PelucchiLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeams.t.
119Rasmus TillerVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
120Chris HarperJayco - Mitcheltons.t.
121Trond LarsenValio - Viking Genetics+ 7'22
122William FordcycleYorkshire+ 7'39
123Leo VincentDesiguals.t.
124Daniel SchornCarrefour - ESPN+ 7'48
125Wout Van AertLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 7'51
126Jurgen RoelandtsVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 7'52
127Rui OliveiraDuolingo+ 8'00
128Arvid de KleijnXero Racings.t.
129Dusan RajovicSwisslion Cycling Teams.t.
130Lucas ErikssonVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 8'16
131Narankhuu BaterdeneBNZ Cycling Team+ 8'19
132Edwin AvilaMinionss.t.
133Michael ChristodoulosSwisslion Cycling Team+ 8'55
134Aaron GateJayco - Mitchelton+ 8'57
135Mitch DockerJayco - Mitcheltons.t.
136Ivan SosaVolvo acc. by Spotifys.t.
137Robert GavendaTeam Europcars.t.
138Sauli PietikäinenValio - Viking Genetics+ 9'25
139Joel YatesBNZ Cycling Team+ 9'35
140Jakub MareczkoLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 9'40
141Heiko RedeckercycleYorkshire+ 9'43
142Jay MajorMinions+ 9'44
143Nejc KosicIberia - Team Degenkolbs.t.
144Luke MudgwayBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
145Michel SibillaRakuten Pro Cycling+ 10'05
146Barry MarkusVolvo acc. by Spotify+ 10'31
147Tobyn HortonRepsol - Honda+ 10'35
148Munkhtulga ErdenesurenBNZ Cycling Team+ 10'44
149Bilguunjargal ErdenebatBNZ Cycling Team+ 10'56
150Juan Carlos Rienda SeguraRepsol - Honda+ 11'07
151Ramon DomeneIberia - Team Degenkolb+ 11'20
152Kamil GradekKulczyk - Alitalia+ 11'39
153Daniel AlloncaRepsol - Honda+ 11'45
154Zeke MostovMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 12'03
155Szymon SajnokLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 12'14
156Joan Bou CompanyRepsol - Hondas.t.
157Miguel BallesterosRepsol - Honda+ 12'23
158Jenthe BiermansLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 12'28
159Ruben ZepuntkeMinions+ 12'32
160Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaSwisslion Cycling Team+ 12'33
161Hector Carretero MillanRepsol - Honda+ 12'54
162Gihan PushpakumaraEddie Stobart+ 12'56
163Neil Van der PloegEddie Stobart+ 12'57
164Linus DahlbergEddie Stobart+ 12'58
165Davide CimolaiEddie Stobarts.t.
166Salvador Moreno HernandezEddie Stobarts.t.
167Emil AnderssonEddie Stobart+ 13'41
168Damion DrapacMinions+ 13'46
169Alexander PorterJayco - Mitchelton+ 14'18
170Aviv YechezkelDesigual+ 14'19
171Jaime Alberto CastanedaRepsol - Honda+ 14'43
172Daniel ThorsenEddie Stobart+ 17'17
173Bert-Jan LindemanMinions+ 19'57
174Nur Aiman ZariffDelvaux+ 20'42
175Stan DewulfLierse SK - Pizza Ullo PCTeam+ 23'01
176Mario SpenglerRepsol - Honda+ 23'33

Manager Reactions:

I'm not exactly happy about the overall race, however I am happy with our GC Result! 6th overall is a much better result then last year. 3rd place on Stage 3 was a great result as well. Much better results then this race last year however I do think we have a lot more to offer! This is the bottom line for the rest of the season! I want to see constant and consistent improvement!


Vuelta al Tachira

From Australia straight over to Venezuela. The Vuelta al Tachira is the first mountain stage of the season and a very important one on the CT calendar. We are expecting big things from the first appearance of Robert Kiserlovski here. A hard field with both Pinot and Intxausti however, we thought a top 3 is very possible for Kiserlovski in this race!

We have a rather strong squad here with Kiserlovksi (leader), Altanzul (sprinter), Camier, Erdenebat, Erdenesuren, Mudgway, Oste-Macdonald and Sunderland.

We wanted a strong start to the tour on the first flat stage and we got just that. A strong GCN team had Mohs who is the big favourite and showed that by taking the win. We showed we are also a force to be reckoned with and Altanzul's first day as sprint leader was incredible as he took 2nd on the day with a super strong finish!


Altanzul continued his great sprinting into stage 2 with a 6th place coming 2nd in the field as a breakaway of 4 took the victory. Mohs finished 5th ahead of Altanzul (green jersey caretaker).


Stage 3 saw another 2nd place for Altanzul! He finished behind Luke Keough for an amazing consistent start to the tour!


The hills began on stage 4 however it was a rather boring stage which came down to a big bunch sprint. Altanzul was at the front along with Kiserlovski. In the end, they came 4th and 6th. A great start for BNZ to the tour. Altanzul took the green jersey out right on this stage!


Stage 5 saw another 5th place finish for Altanzul and his amazing consistency continues!


Day 1 in the mountains and Kiserlovski has forgotten how to attack or follow attacks. He waited until the final 3km to finally push it and try to catch Pinot and Intxausti. He finished in 5th over 1 minute behind the winner. Still, plenty of time to hold or make a top 3!


A climbing ITT, Kiserlovski's favourite day! Thankfully he showed everyone today why he is a favourite and still a top CT climber! He took the win by 15 seconds to 2nd place and gained 33 seconds on Intxausti and 48 on Pinot!! First victory of the year for BNZ!


Stage 8 was a huge day. However, Kiserlovski still doesn't know how to attack and loses some time. He had a huge gap but pulled it back to 23 seconds at the end of the stage with a huge effort! He finished 6th on the day and sits at 3rd on GC!


Final mountain day and Kiserlovski struggled again to stay with the top 2. He finished 4th place 38 seconds behind Faiers who took the win and overtook Robert on GC.


Final day, The hill stage again finishes in a bunch sprint. Kiserlovski (seen in the polka dot jersey) finishes in 5th place as the team doesn't have a rider outside the top 6 in all 10 stages.


Final General Classification

1Benat IntxaustiDK Zalgiris34h40'11
2Thibaut PinotGCN ProTeam+ 34
3Thomas FaiersNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 2'07
4Robert KiserlovskiBNZ Cycling Team+ 2'13
5Kenny ElissondeCYBEX Platinum+ 4'39
6Magnus Cort NielsenTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 5'35
7Tyler BrandtGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 5'45
8Tyron GiogieriOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 6'46
9Mirco SaggioratoCentovalli - Fiat+ 8'11
10Darwin AtapumaTeam Europcar+ 8'47

11Andrea ManfrediCentovalli - Fiat+ 9'16
12Daniel Ricardo DiazCYBEX Platinum+ 9'18
13Joao GasparNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 10'17
14Gavin MannionAzteca - NBCSN+ 10'36
15Robbie SquireAzteca - NBCSN+ 11'11
16Johan Le BonDK Zalgiris+ 11'33
17Adam De VosNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 11'47
18Rui Pedro VinhasGCN ProTeam+ 11'49
19Adrien NiyonshutiLa Vie Claire+ 11'59
20Marko PavlicOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 12'05
21Pavel PotockiGCN ProTeam+ 12'33
22Johannes HeiderCYBEX Platinum+ 13'43
23Hossein AlizadehCYBEX Platinum+ 14'28
24Lawson CraddockGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 14'33
25Egidijus JuodvalkisDK Zalgiris+ 15'02
26Ludvig LundbergWorld Cycling Centre+ 15'49
27Dadi SuryadiLa Vie Claire+ 16'12
28Christopher ButlerFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 16'37
29Antton IbargurenLa Vie Claire+ 17'36
30Michael CumingGCN ProTeam+ 19'53
31Johan Fredrik ZieslerWorld Cycling Centre+ 20'06
32Cesar Rojas VillegasFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 21'07
33Connor McConveyGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 21'35
34Gian Piero SignoriniCentovalli - Fiat+ 21'39
35Alex HowesFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 21'42
36Sergio GodoyWorld Cycling Centre+ 21'59
37Oscar SolisAzteca - NBCSN+ 22'02
38Jairo AgudeloWorld Cycling Centre+ 22'18
39Andriy KhriptaKofola+ 22'55
40Marek CaneckyTeam Europcar+ 22'56
41Wolfgang BurmannTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 23'15
42Peter StetinaAzteca - NBCSN+ 24'24
43Max Oste-MacdonaldBNZ Cycling Team+ 25'08
44Kristijan DurasekNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 25'34
45Paddy ClarkeGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 25'45
46Edison BravoAzteca - NBCSN+ 25'48
47Travis McCabeFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 25'58
48Juan OsorioWorld Cycling Centre+ 26'18
49Essaid AbelouacheSignal Iduna+ 26'32
50Kamil ZielinskiTeam Europcar+ 27'03
51Cyrile ThieryCentovalli - Fiat+ 27'49
52Oleg BerdosOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 28'21
53James PiccoliNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 28'23
54Philip LindauLa Vie Claire+ 29'12
55Manuel FumicCYBEX Platinum+ 29'52
56Donald MukajFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 29'56
57Mirac KalSignal Iduna+ 30'23
58Sergio OrtegaAzteca - NBCSN+ 31'27
59Elias Abou RachidKofola+ 31'56
60Muhammad AbdurrahmanTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 32'01
61Patrik TyborTeam Europcar+ 32'55
62Lorenzo DelcoLa Vie Claire+ 33'04
63Jean Bosco NsengimanaSignal Iduna+ 33'26
64Jan CullyKofola+ 33'54
65Samuel CoronelNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 34'10
66Pascal EenkhoornCentovalli - Fiat+ 34'37
67Nathan WilsonFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 35'54
68Adrian HonkiszTeam Europcar+ 37'46
69Dylan SunderlandBNZ Cycling Team+ 38'01
70Martin MahdarTeam Europcar+ 38'16
71Juraj BellanKofola+ 38'37
72Johannes SchinnagelCYBEX Platinum+ 38'44
73Jelle WallaysKofola+ 39'05
74Roman KreuzigerKofola+ 39'20
75Georg ZimmermannTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 40'20
76Jean-Francois CamierBNZ Cycling Team+ 41'25
77Jordi MajoralOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 42'47
78Gino MäderCentovalli - Fiat+ 43'08
79Luis Miguel MansillaSignal Iduna+ 43'53
80Jhonatan NarvaezDK Zalgiris+ 44'16
81Maani AltanzulBNZ Cycling Team+ 44'20
82Dietmar Mehr-WenigeEquinor Pro Cycling+ 44'31
83Lucas HamiltonDK Zalgiris+ 45'40
84Thomas RevardMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 47'07
85Benjamin BrkicOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 47'13
86Daniel HabtemichaelMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 48'02
87Xandro MeurisseLa Vie Claire+ 48'52
88Brendan RhimMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 49'00
89Ka Hoo FungMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 49'45
90Paulius SiskeviciusSignal Iduna+ 54'44
91Alex HoehnMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 55'11
92Jonas VingegaardTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 56'02
93Martin WeissOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 56'46
94Dario PuccioniCYBEX Platinum+ 56'51
95Nazir JaserKofola+ 1h02'04
96Jos Van EmdenSignal Iduna+ 1h02'48
97Lawrence NaesenSignal Iduna+ 1h04'42
98Gatis SmukulisNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 1h06'09
99Azzeddine LagabEquinor Pro Cycling+ 1h06'19
100Marvin Orlando AngaritaWorld Cycling Centre+ 1h06'31
101Bram WeltenGCN ProTeam+ 1h06'39
102Stepan KurianovEquinor Pro Cycling+ 1h08'17
103Hannes ForsbyWorld Cycling Centre+ 1h08'59
104Juan Sebastian MolanoWorld Cycling Centre+ 1h10'08
105Niklas LarsenTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 1h10'27
106Mikkel HonoreTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 1h11'32
107Max KanterTryg Insurance Cycling Team+ 1h11'49
108Romeo QuicibalEquinor Pro Cycling+ 1h11'53
109Alessandro FedeliCentovalli - Fiat+ 1h14'29
110Ian RichardsonGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 1h16'50
111Luke KeoughAzteca - NBCSN+ 1h18'13
112Connor BrownMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 1h19'17
113Sulkhan AkhmaeviDK Zalgiris+ 1h19'20
114Dan McLayGCN ProTeam+ 1h19'29
115Stephan RabitschOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 1h19'40
116Staffan ArvidssonLa Vie Claire+ 1h23'28
117Syver WaerstedEquinor Pro Cycling+ 1h26'13
118Luke MudgwayBNZ Cycling Team+ 1h26'24
119Erik MohsGCN ProTeam+ 1h26'47
120Freddy CruzGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 1h29'08
121Onur BalkanOMV Petrom-albania.al+ 1h29'30
122Darijus DzervusDK Zalgiris+ 1h29'40
123Bilguunjargal ErdenebatBNZ Cycling Team+ 1h30'49
124Jan-Willem van SchipLa Vie Claire+ 1h34'29
125Issiaka CisseCentovalli - Fiat+ 1h34'49
126Munkhtulga ErdenesurenBNZ Cycling Team+ 1h35'20
127James CurryGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 1h37'18
128Robert GavendaTeam Europcar+ 1h37'34
129Adrian BabicKofola+ 1h37'42
130Pavel KorzhFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 1h38'35
131Maris BogdanovicsCYBEX Platinum+ 1h39'54
132Steven BurkeGCN ProTeam+ 1h40'32
133Patompob PhonarjthanFox News - Flat Earth Society+ 1h40'34
134Rory TownsendEquinor Pro Cycling+ 1h46'54
135Timothy DupontSignal Iduna+ 1h49'59
136Madushanka PereraNENT Racing p/b Hootsuite+ 1h51'30
137Noah GraniganMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 2h00'39
138Nipuna Shira ManamalageMcCormick Pro Cycling+ 2h01'18
139Alain QuispeEquinor Pro Cycling+ 2h02'24
140Azizulhasni AwangDK Zalgiris+ 2h02'27

Managers Reactions:

I was hoping for a top 3 but 4th is a great results. As well as Altanzul being very consistent and Kiserlovski's stage win, we have a great hope to continue this all season! Great start to the year and moving onto the next race!


Great Ocean Road Classic

Back to Australia we go for one of the most unpredictable races in the MG calendar. You never know what's going to happen here because of the heavy cross winds and early season form. We have Steele Von Hoff here in order to try and achieve our goal of a top 10 here in Australia.

Joel Yates joins the breakaway for the day and settles in for a huge fight to stay away!


Not sure what the boys were thinking here. Luckily it didn't amount to too much damage in the early parts of the race!


Only 1 BNZ rider is seen at the front close to the finish.


But once again the breakaway takes the win. Reckweg from Netia-Vonin is the winner. the fight for 3rd is big and Von Hoff is sprinting but very far back. He finishes only managing 18th place and a goal failed for the team.


Final Results

1Morten ReckwegNetia - Vonin3h12'55
2Nikolas MaesTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
3Hersony CanelonAdastra - Hell Energy Cycling+ 32
4Alexander KriegerOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
5Marco GuillenCentovalli - Fiats.t.
6Guillaume BoivinNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
7Raul Granjel CabreraBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
8Moreno MoserEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
9Mustafa CarsiEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
10Cesar VaqueraAzteca - NBCSNs.t.

11Tesfar TeklitDK Zalgiriss.t.
12Boy Van PoppelNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
13Ramunas NavardauskasAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
14Ethan WeissMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
15Genki YamamotoTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
16Gert DockxBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
17Nicolay CherkasovNetia - Vonins.t.
18Steele Von HoffBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
19Xhuliano KamberajAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
20Sam BennettGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
21Torkil VeyheNetia - Vonins.t.
22Adam Petrie-ArmstrongGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
23Suleiman KangangiEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
24Max LoschAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
25Csaba PalyiOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
26Gaetan BilleGCN ProTeams.t.
27Kai ReusDK Zalgiriss.t.
28Adel BarbariCYBEX Platinums.t.
29Kamil MaleckiNetia - Vonins.t.
30Davide VillellaNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
31Alexandr NepomnyachsniyDK Zalgiriss.t.
32Tom ThillAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
33Sebastian LangeveldBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
34Pawel FranczakNetia - Vonins.t.
35Andreas HoferDK Zalgiriss.t.
36Ryan AndersonNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
37William ConnollyGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
38Phillip GaimonMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
39Ylber SefaOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
40Ermin Van WykCYBEX Platinums.t.
41Mateo FrankovicMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
42Stef KrulGCN ProTeams.t.
43Kristian SobotaNetia - Vonins.t.
44Marco CanolaOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
45Guillaume Van KeirsbulckNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
46Tushantha RajapakshageDK Zalgiriss.t.
47Troels VintherAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
48Ivan RovnyEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
49Amith Udaya KumaraNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
50Manuel BetilsonOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
51Daniele RattoEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
52Simon GeschkeCYBEX Platinums.t.
53Aidis KruopisDK Zalgiriss.t.
54Jonas RickaertNetia - Vonins.t.
55Christian EgidioAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
56Bambang SuryadiCYBEX Platinums.t.
57Kirill PozdnyakovCYBEX Platinums.t.
58Tesfay AbrahaCYBEX Platinums.t.
59Connor McCutcheonMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
60Carlos QuinteroCYBEX Platinums.t.
61Robert SweetingMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
62Michael VingerlingEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
63Jordan CheyneAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
64Viktor FilutasAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
65Zeke MostovMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
66Casper PedersenTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
67Manuel StockerCentovalli - Fiats.t.
68Emil DimaOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
69Taylor GunmanBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
70Aaron GrosserCYBEX Platinums.t.
71George SimpsonGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
72Ben O'ConnorGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
73Oumaru MinoungouGCN ProTeams.t.
74Christoph TaubelOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
75Patrick GamperCentovalli - Fiats.t.
76Geoffroy NgandambaGCN ProTeams.t.
77Carlos Alexandre ManarelliEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
78Evan HuffmanMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
79Narankhuu BaterdeneBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
80Andres PaezEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
81Karl Patrick LaukBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
82Mamyr StashNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
83Justas BeniusisDK Zalgiriss.t.
84Alexandr OvsyannikovDK Zalgiriss.t.
85Chequan RichardsonAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
86Pieter JacobsGCN ProTeams.t.
87Kristian AasvoldTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
88Cristian ScaroniBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
89Uri Martins SandovalAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
90Jaime CastrilloEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
91Jannik SteimleTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
92Maral-Erdene BatmunkhEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
93Torjus SleenTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
94Riccardo MinaliCentovalli - Fiats.t.
95Bart De ClercqEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
96Piter CamperoBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
97Nick ReddishBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
98Joel YatesBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
99Joanis Albert NielsenNetia - Vonins.t.
100Geremie NzekeGCN ProTeams.t.
101Paul Van der PloegGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
102Aimiliano VilaCentovalli - Fiats.t.
103Matteo SobreroBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
104Campbell FlakemoreBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
105James FoucheNENT Racing p/b Hootsuites.t.
106Taylor EisenhartMcCormick Pro Cyclings.t.
107El Mehdi ChokriTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
108Rudy MolardEquinor Pro Cyclings.t.
109Mathias NorsgaardTryg Insurance Cycling Teams.t.
110Miltiadis GiannoutsosCentovalli - Fiats.t.
111Edward RavasiBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
112Ioannidis KiriakidisCentovalli - Fiats.t.
113Gihan PushpakumaraEddie Stobart+ 3'19
114Davide CimolaiEddie Stobarts.t.
115Shaun LewisEddie Stobarts.t.
116Stefano AgostiniEddie Stobarts.t.
117Linus DahlbergEddie Stobarts.t.
118Daniel ThorsenEddie Stobarts.t.
119Alexander CowanAdastra - Hell Energy Cyclings.t.
120Aggrey SebrightGlanbia Foods Cycling Project+ 4'18
121German Anibal OrueAzteca - NBCSNs.t.
122Michael O'LoughlinGCN ProTeams.t.
123Alexander EvansBianchi - Campagnolos.t.
124Sandor SzalontayGCN ProTeams.t.
125Alex FrameGlanbia Foods Cycling Projects.t.
126Miles ScotsonBNZ Cycling Teams.t.
127Andrei VoicuOMV Petrom-albania.als.t.
128Maximilian WalscheidCentovalli - Fiats.t.
129Fabio JakobsenEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
130Neil Van der PloegEddie Stobarts.t.
131Emil AnderssonEddie Stobarts.t.
132Armindo FonsecaEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
133Dadley CorwinAzteca - NBCSN+ 10'14
134Mohamad Izzat Hilmi Abdul HalilEuskaltel - Eliors.t.
135Mohammed Al MurawwiEuskaltel - Eliors.t.

Manager Reactions:

Look, we were hoping for more. Steele has struggled so far this season (including Tour de Langkawi, report to follow) and its alarming to see that one of our highest scorers of last season is struggling this year. We hope he can bounce back. We know this is a hard race but we know Von Hoff is capable of a top 10 and that is what we should have achieved. Not happy with our result today. Hoping for much better in the future!

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