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Aaron Gade repeats his success at the New Zealand Cycling Classic and strengthens his leadership after winning the Queen's Stage – Mundo Ciclístico Magazine

Aaron Gade repeats his success at the New Zealand Cycling Classic and strengthens his leadership after winning the Queen's Stage – Mundo Ciclístico Magazine

On an emotional hilly day, the New Zealand cyclist Aaron Gate (New Zealand National Team) success Queen stage of New Zealand Cycling Classic In the last meters and in the process he strengthened his leadership in the sea race. No Colombian participation in the tournament.

With three mountain passes and an uphill finish, the Queen of the New Zealand event was left in local hands. Brand new signing from Spanish team Burgos BH 126.9 kilometers between and won Masterton And Admiral Hill. The Australian finished second Elliot Schultz (Team Bridgelane) And third came his companion Ollie Jones (Southern Cross Racing).

The local runner crossed the finish line first after stipulating his conditions as a climber and managed to raise his arms while climbing. Admiral Hill, gave his impressions. “The guys did an incredible job controlling the race. The headwind was good for me on the last climb. I was patient and just looking for the right moment,” Kate said in statements collected by Burgos-PH.

Regarding general classification, New Zealand Aaron Gate He established himself as the leader, leading the Australian by 14 seconds Elliot Schultz (Team Bridgelane). The podium was completed by his teammates Logan Currie Up to 20 seconds.

This Saturday, January 13, the The final stage of the 37th ed New Zealand Cycling Classicwith a circuit Carterton, On a tour 114 kilometers Over undulating terrain including four classified climbs.

New Zealand Cycle Classic (2.2)
Results Level 3 | Masterton-Admiral Hill (126.9 km)

1 Aaron Gate New Zealand National Team 3:05:26
2 Eliot Schultz Group Bridgelane Mt
3 Ollie Jones Southern Cross Mt
4 Alastair Christie-Johnston CCACHE x Par Küp Mt
5 Drew Morey Guinan Racing Team Mt
6 Logan Currie New Zealand National Team Mt
7 Finnegan Murphy Southern Cross Mt
8 Jack's wedding Group Bridgelane Mt
9 Josh Burnett The MitoQ-NZ Cycling Program Mt
10 Boris Clarke St George's Continental Cycling Team Mt
Stage three winners of the New Zealand Cycling Classic 2024. (Photo by Burgos BH © NZ Cycle Classic)

Individual general classification

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1 Aaron Gate New Zealand National Team 9:33:11
2 Eliot Schultz Group Bridgelane 0:14
3 Logan Currie New Zealand National Team 0:20
4 Ollie Jones Southern Cross Race ,,
5 Boris Clarke St George's Continental Cycling Team 0:24
6 Drew Morey Guinan Cycling Team ,,
7 Josh Burnett MitoQ – NZ Cycling Program ,,
8 Alastair Christie-Johnston CCACHE x Par Küp ,,
9 Finnegan Murphy Southern Cross Race ,,
10 Cameron Beaumont iBuilt Racing ,,