New Zealand Cycle Classic – Watts Stage two, James Oram still leads

after triumph James Oram (Bolton Equities Black Spoke) during the opening stage, day two of the New Zealand Cycle Classic Taking runners from Masterton to Martinborough. At the end of the 127 kilometers that were to be covered, it is Kian Watts Who raised his arms, the young rider (21 years old) from Team New Zealand after he won the sprint. beat the Australian Matthew Rice (CCACHE x Par Küp) and fellow countryman Luke Mudgway (Bolton Equities Black Spock). arrived inside the peloton, James Oram He retains the yellow jersey of the Commander-in-Chief. The New Zealander has a margin of 4 and 5 seconds, respectively, over the Australian Ryan Kavanagh (Kinan Cycling Team) and his countryman Alexander White (Team New Zealand).

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A look back at the first stage and James Oram’s victory!

While it was opening day It had to be shortened by about 34.5 km due to weather conditions And debris on the road caused by Hurricane Hale affected the country, James Oram (29 years old) won the first stage of the New Zealand Cycle Classic Disputed, this Wednesday, around Masterton (123 km). of residents Bolton Equities Black Speaker Set out before a small group of Ryan Kavanagh (Kinan Cycling Team), Alexander White (New Zealand) and Ben Oliver (MitoQ – New Zealand Cycling Project). in the general classification, James Oram Grab the leader’s jacket.

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