Route, map, stages, profiles, participants, favourites, world rankings

Route, map, stages, profiles, participants, favourites, world rankings

The 2024 edition of the New Zealand Cycling Classic will be held over five stages, from 10 to 14 January. Photo: @NZC


The 2024 New Zealand Cycling Classic (10-14 January) is the first-ever professional cycling event on the UCI Cycling New Year calendar. The 2.2 rated event in New Zealand is held over five stages between Masterton and Wellington, with the Queen’s stage on the third day of racing with the finish at Admiral Hill. At the end, the winner’s name will be entered into the list of event winners.

In 2023, it was New Zealander James Oram (Bolton Equities BlackSpoke) who led the event from start to finish after winning the first stage. In the end, the now 30-year-old racer won the general classification, ahead of his teammate and compatriot Josh Burnett, while Dutchman Adne van Engelen (Roojai Online Insurance) took third place on the podium.

Read also: Discover the 2024 UCI race calendar (future)

List of participants (start list): Click here (future)
Race withdrawals: click here (future)
Favorites and Foreigners: Click here (future)
Contestants’ reactions at the end of each stage: Click here
Video summary of each step: click here
TV, broadcast times: Click here (to attend)
New Zealand Classics Course Archives: click here

What are the stage dates for the 2024 New Zealand Classic?

Wednesday 10 January – Stage 1 – Masterton/Alfredton/Masterton (158 km – nc D+) Full classification for the first stage – general classification and additional classifications – winner:

Thursday 11 January – Stage 2 – Masterton/Martinborough (127.3 km – nc D+) Full classification for the first stage – general classification and additional classifications – winner:

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Friday 12 January – Stage 3 – Masterton/Te Waroo/Admiral Hill (155 km – 2,049 d+) Full classification for the first stage – general classification and additional classifications – winner:

Saturday 13 January – Stage 4 – Carrington / Carterto Circuitno (122 km – nc D+) Full classification for the first stage – general classification and additional classifications – winner:

Sunday 14 January – Stage 5 – Wellington Criterion (1 hour + 3 laps of 1.6 km – nc D+) Full classification for the first stage – general classification and additional classifications – winner:

What are the stage features of the 2024 New Zealand Classic?

About the first stage of the 2024 New Zealand Classic
Roadmap for the first phase
About the second stage of the 2024 New Zealand Classic
Road map for the second phase
About the third stage of the 2024 New Zealand Classic
Road map for the third phase
About the fourth stage of the 2024 New Zealand Classic
Road map for the fourth stage
Road map for the fifth stage

Roadmap for the New Zealand Classic 2024

Image: @Google

Who are the favorites for the 2024 New Zealand Classic?

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What teams and riders are entered?

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What are the results of the last ten editions?

2023 – Oram James – Burnett Josh – Van Engelen Adney
2022 – Stuart Mark – Ollie Jones – Bethy Lawrence
2021 – Corbin the Strong – Fisher Blackfin – Aaron’s Gate
2020 – Field Riley – Aaron Gate – Strong Corbin
2019 – Aaron Gate – Fittonby Jesse – Fine Jay
2018 – McCormick Hayden – Baby Ian – Robert Stannard
2017 – Cooper Joseph – Griffin Logan – Oram James
2016 – Ben O’Connor – Mark O’Brien – Stephen Williams
2015 – Gunman Taylor – Christy Jason – Smith-Dione
2014 – Fink Michael – Oram James – Phelan Adam

All information from the 37th edition

The official website of the race organizer: https://www.cycletournz.com
Follow the race on social media #NZCC
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