Saturday, September 28, 2013

Motogp Round 14


Gran Premio Iveco de Aragón

29 Sep  MotorLand Aragon  Spain

Gran Premio Iveco de Aragón

Gran Premio Iveco de Aragón

Circuit info

Length: 5.078 m / 3.155 miles

Width: 15m

Left corners: 10

Right corners: 7

Longest straight: 968 m / 0.601 miles

Constructed: 2009


Race Length:       MotoGP   Moto2   Moto3
Laps          2/3 of laps  Total Distance
23 -                          116.8 km - 72.6 miles


An ultra-modern facility, MotorLand Aragón had its roots firmly established thanks to a solid history of street racing in Alcañiz, which hosted events between 1963 and 2003. Safety advice warning against the continuation of this led to the proposal and construction of a sporting complex dedicated to motorsport.

With support from local institutions, renowned German architect Hermann Tilke was commissioned to design the facility. The circuit, which is 5.077km long and has 17 turns, was roundly praised by riders after its first Grand Prix in 2010, and it was rewarded with the IRTA Best Grand Prix of the Year award, the first time a circuit had received the prize in its debut year.

MotoGP Race Classification 2012

Alcañiz, Sunday, September 30, 2012

12526Dani PEDROSASPARepsol Honda TeamHonda166.242'10.444
22099Jorge LORENZOSPAYamaha Factory RacingYamaha165.76.472
3164Andrea DOVIZIOSOITAMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha165.411.047
41335Cal CRUTCHLOWGBRMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha165.411.184
51111Ben SPIESUSAYamaha Factory RacingYamaha165.313.786
61019Alvaro BAUTISTASPASan Carlo Honda GresiniHonda164.328.166
7956Jonathan REAGBRRepsol Honda TeamHonda164.132.29
8846Valentino ROSSIITADucati TeamDucati163.344.432
9717Karel ABRAHAMCZECardion AB MotoracingDucati162.557.417
10641Aleix ESPARGAROSPAPower Electronics AsparART162.458.525
11514Randy DE PUNIETFRAPower Electronics AsparART162.359.863
1248Hector BARBERASPAPramac Racing TeamDucati161.4+1'14.561
13368Yonny HERNANDEZCOLAvintia BlusensBQR161.3+1'16.159
14277James ELLISONGBRPaul Bird MotorsportART161.3+1'16.580
15151Michele PIRROITASan Carlo Honda GresiniFTR160.7+1'25.815
1654Mattia PASINIITASpeed MasterART160.3+1'31.801
179Danilo PETRUCCIITACame IodaRacing ProjectIoda-Suter159.7+1'42.300
185Colin EDWARDSUSANGM Mobile Forward RacingSuter156.31 Lap

MotoGP Qualifying Nr. 2 Classification 2013

Alcañiz, Saturday, September 28, 2013

Pos.Num.RiderNationTeamBikeKm/hTimeGap 1st/Prev.
193Marc MARQUEZSPARepsol Honda TeamHonda328.91'47.804
299Jorge LORENZOSPAYamaha Factory RacingYamaha329.51'47.8140.010 / 0.010
326Dani PEDROSASPARepsol Honda TeamHonda3341'47.9570.153 / 0.143
446Valentino ROSSIITAYamaha Factory RacingYamaha329.71'47.9620.158 / 0.005
56Stefan BRADLGERLCR Honda MotoGPHonda334.61'48.1280.324 / 0.166
619Alvaro BAUTISTASPAGO&FUN Honda GresiniHonda330.41'48.3020.498 / 0.174
735Cal CRUTCHLOWGBRMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha323.81'48.6530.849 / 0.351
838Bradley SMITHGBRMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha328.21'48.8541.050 / 0.201
94Andrea DOVIZIOSOITADucati TeamDucati327.71'49.2191.415 / 0.365
1041Aleix ESPARGAROSPAPower Electronics AsparART317.81'49.3481.544 / 0.129
1169Nicky HAYDENUSADucati TeamDucati330.81'49.4281.624 / 0.080
1229Andrea IANNONEITAEnergy T.I. Pramac RacingDucati324.31'50.0942.290 / 0.666

MotoGP Qualifying Nr. 1  Classification 2013

Alcañiz, Saturday, September 28, 2013

Pos.Num.RiderNationTeamBikeKm/hTimeGap 1st/Prev.
138Bradley SMITHGBRMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha326.31'49.724
229Andrea IANNONEITAEnergy T.I. Pramac RacingDucati327.91'50.3940.670 / 0.670
368Yonny HERNANDEZCOLIgnite Pramac RacingDucati325.21'50.6850.961 / 0.291
47Hiroshi AOYAMAJPNAvintia BlusensFTR312.91'50.9951.271 / 0.310
59Danilo PETRUCCIITACame IodaRacing ProjectIoda-Suter3061'51.0301.306 / 0.035
614Randy DE PUNIETFRAPower Electronics AsparART311.81'51.2971.573 / 0.267
75Colin EDWARDSUSANGM Mobile Forward RacingFTR Kawasaki3111'51.3271.603 / 0.030
871Claudio CORTIITANGM Mobile Forward RacingFTR Kawasaki312.61'51.5191.795 / 0.192
98Hector BARBERASPAAvintia BlusensFTR318.11'51.5521.828 / 0.033
1070Michael LAVERTYGBRPaul Bird MotorsportART313.11'51.6391.915 / 0.087
1167Bryan STARINGAUSGO&FUN Honda GresiniFTR Honda310.71'52.1022.378 / 0.463
1223Luca SCASSAITACardion AB MotoracingART3111'52.3052.581 / 0.203
1352Lukas PESEKCZECame IodaRacing ProjectIoda-Suter303.41'52.9893.265 / 0.684
1450Damian CUDLINAUSPaul Bird MotorsportPBM311.61'53.5213.797 / 0.532
Valentino Rossi, Yamaha Factory Racing, Aragón Q2

Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team, Aragón Q2

Jorge Lorenzo, Yamaha Factory Racing, Aragón Q2

Lorenzo, Marquez, Pedrosa, Yamaha Factory Racing, Repsol Honda Team, Aragón Q2

Marquez beats Lorenzo to Aragón pole

Championship leader Marc Marquez has achieved his seventh pole position of the MotoGP™ season, edging out Jorge Lorenzo by one hundredth of a second at MotorLand Aragon. Last year’s winner Dani Pedrosa will start third, with Valentino Rossi and Stefan Bradl completing the top five.

Marquez’s seventh pole and third in succession came following a tight battle in north-eastern Spain, with MotorLand Aragón being one of seven anti-clockwise circuits on the current calendar. Lorenzo had topped the timesheets on Friday morning before Marquez moved ahead, although – following a damp third session – it was Pedrosa who led the way in final practice ahead of qualifying.

The record pole time was delivered by Marquez in the form of 1’47.804, with Yamaha Factory Racing’s Lorenzo preventing a Repsol Honda Team qualifying one-two. This means the top three on the grid will start in championship order, with Marquez holding a 34-point advantage over both of his rivals. Lorenzo’s teammate Valentino Rossi also saw his grid place match his position in the championship, being demoted from second to fourth in the final moments, ahead of Honda satellite riders Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda MotoGP) and Alvaro Bautista (GO&FUN Honda Gresini).

Struggling for top speed on Aragón’s kilometre-long back straight, Cal Crutchlow could muster no more than seventh place while Monster Yamaha Tech3 teammate Bradley Smith qualified eighth and only two tenths of a second slower, having progressed from Q1 after being denied the chance of a direct Q2 position due chiefly to track conditions in third practice. Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso and Power Electronics Aspar’s Aleix Espargaro (the leading CRT runner) completed the top ten, while Ducati’s Nicky Hayden (11th) was unable to meet his second row target and Energy T.I. Pramac’s Andrea Iannone (12th) rounded out the first half of the grid.

Yonny Hernandez enjoyed a strong debut for Ignite Pramac Racing and almost a spot in Q2 en route to 13th place, while Aspar’s Randy de Puniet settled for 16th following problems. Italian debutant Luca Scassa (Cardion AB Motoracing) will head up the back row from 22nd, covering for Karel Abraham who is out for the rest of the season, while Australia’s Damian Cudlin – replacing Hernandez at PBM for both Aragón and Phillip Island – experienced a crash from which he suffered minor injuries to his right hand and arm. This weekend’s race marks Round 14 of 2013 and the fourth at MotorLand Aragón, which first appeared on the MotoGP™ calendar in 2010.

Race Day

Motogp Round 14   Jorge Lorenzo, Yamaha Factory Racing

Motogp Round 14  MotoGP Aragón RAC

Motogp Round 14  MotoGP Aragón RAC

Motogp Round 14  MotoGP Aragón RAC

Motogp Round 14   MotoGP Aragón RAC
Motogp Round 14  MotoGP Aragón RAC
Motogp Round 14   Pedrosa Crash, Repsol Honda Team
Motogp Round 14  Valentino Rossi, Yamaha Factory Racing
Motogp Round 14  Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team
Motogp Round 14   Lorenzo, Marquez, Rossi

Paddock Girls

Motogp Round 14 Paddock Girls

Motogp Round 14 Paddock Girls

Motogp Round 14 Paddock Girls

Motogp Round 14 Paddock Girls

Motogp Round 14 Paddock Girls

Motogp Round 14 Paddock Girls

MotoGP Race Classification 2013 

Alcañiz, Sunday, September 29, 2013

12593Marc MARQUEZSPARepsol Honda TeamHonda166.642'03.459
22099Jorge LORENZOSPAYamaha Factory RacingYamaha166.51.356
31646Valentino ROSSIITAYamaha Factory RacingYamaha165.712.927
41319Alvaro BAUTISTASPAGO&FUN Honda GresiniHonda165.713.787
5116Stefan BRADLGERLCR Honda MotoGPHonda165.713.973
61035Cal CRUTCHLOWGBRMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha165.614.662
7938Bradley SMITHGBRMonster Yamaha Tech 3Yamaha164.531.22
884Andrea DOVIZIOSOITADucati TeamDucati163.940.671
9769Nicky HAYDENUSADucati TeamDucati163.153.413
10629Andrea IANNONEITAEnergy T.I. Pramac RacingDucati16355.067
11541Aleix ESPARGAROSPAPower Electronics AsparART162.858.001
12468Yonny HERNANDEZCOLIgnite Pramac RacingDucati162.4+1'05.513
13314Randy DE PUNIETFRAPower Electronics AsparART162.3+1'06.589
1427Hiroshi AOYAMAJPNAvintia BlusensFTR162.2+1'08.674
15171Claudio CORTIITANGM Mobile Forward RacingFTR Kawasaki162.1+1'09.130
165Colin EDWARDSUSANGM Mobile Forward RacingFTR Kawasaki161.9+1'12.041
1723Luca SCASSAITACardion AB MotoracingART159.9+1'45.152
1867Bryan STARINGAUSGO&FUN Honda GresiniFTR Honda159.9+1'45.228
1952Lukas PESEKCZECame IodaRacing ProjectIoda-Suter159.9+1'45.583

Moto2 Race Classification 2013

12518Nicolas TEROLSPAAspar Team Moto2Suter158.940'15.232
22080Esteve RABATSPATuenti HP 40Kalex158.81.736
31640Pol ESPARGAROSPATuenti HP 40Kalex158.73.53
41345Scott REDDINGGBRMarc VDS Racing TeamKalex158.63.783
51136Mika KALLIOFINMarc VDS Racing TeamKalex158.64.049
61081Jordi TORRESSPAAspar Team Moto2Suter158.111.602
795Johann ZARCOFRACame Iodaracing ProjectSuter157.816.298
8860Julian SIMONSPAItaltrans Racing TeamKalex157.718.765
9754Mattia PASINIITANGM Mobile RacingSpeed Up157.422.266
10611Sandro CORTESEGERDynavolt Intact GPKalex157.323.757

Moto3 Race Classification 2013

12542Alex RINSSPAEstrella Galicia 0,0KTM15240'04.214
22025Maverick VIÑALESSPATeam CalvoKTM1520.426
31612Alex MARQUEZSPAEstrella Galicia 0,0KTM151.212.377
41339Luis SALOMSPARed Bull KTM AjoKTM15116.416
51144Miguel OLIVEIRAPORMahindra RacingMahindra15116.496
61065Philipp OETTLGERTec Interwetten Moto3 RacingKalex KTM150.721.539
7994Jonas FOLGERGERMapfre Aspar Team Moto3Kalex KTM150.425.255
885Romano FENATIITASan Carlo Team ItaliaFTR Honda150.327.711
9761Arthur SISSISAUSRed Bull KTM AjoKTM150.327.888
1067Efren VAZQUEZSPAMahindra RacingMahindra150.228.977

Marquez wins from Lorenzo as Pedrosa crashes

Marc Marquez has increased his possibilities of becoming a rookie MotoGP™ World Champion by claiming his sixth victory of 2013 in the Gran Premio Iveco de Aragón. Current title holder Jorge Lorenzo was overtaken by the newcomer en route to second place, as Dani Pedrosa crashed out of the race on the sixth lap.

Starting from his seventh pole position of the season, Marquez had beaten Lorenzo by one hundredth of a second on Saturday whereas last year’s Aragón winner Pedrosa was starting on the front row for the first time since Indianapolis. Yamaha Factory Racing’s Lorenzo grabbed the lead at the start, as the Repsol Honda Team riders immediately went to battle at the second corner.

The critical moment of the afternoon, and perhaps of the 2013 World Championship, would come on Lap 6. As both Hondas closed in on Lorenzo for the lead, Marquez ran third but appeared to out-brake himself at Turn 12. Moments later, Pedrosa dramatically highsided out of the race and it was later confirmed that the two teammates had made contact. The moment allowed Lorenzo to extend his lead to 1.7 seconds, although he was caught by Marquez and overhauled at the same corner eight laps later. The championship lead now increases to 39 points with 100 left on offer.

Lorenzo’s teammate Valentino Rossi finished on the podium for the first time since Laguna Seca, fending off GO&FUN Honda Gresini’s Alvaro Bautista, LCR Honda MotoGP’s Stefan Bradl and Monster Yamaha Tech3’s Cal Crutchlow in a highly entertaining four-rider contest. Tech3’s Bradley Smith, Ducati Team duo Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden and Energy T.I. Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone completed the top ten, while Power Electronics Aspar’s Aleix Espargaro was once again the leading CRT runner in 11th spot. In 17th place, Italian Luca Scassa ended his debut with Cardion AB Motoracing ahead of two other CRT machines, covering for Karel Abraham who has been ruled out of action for the rest of the campaign.

A total of five riders failed to finish. Pedrosa retired for the first time this year on his 28th birthday, while PBM’s Michael Laverty and Came IodaRacing Project’s Danilo Petrucci were put out of action on the opening lap in an incident also involving Scassa. On his return to MotoGP™, Australia’s Damian Cudlin suffered gearbox issues while Avintia Blusens’ Hector Barbera pulled into the pits, having already changed bikes after encountering pre-race problems with his original.

With four races remaining in the 2013 season, the drama will continue at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix in two weekends’ time.

Rossi reacts to 146th premier class podium

Valentino Rossi was back on the podium for the fifth time in 2013 and the 146th time in his premier class career at the Gran Premio Iveco de Aragon on Sunday.

The nine-time World Champion took advantage of the highside crash of Dani Pedrosa in front of him during the race to slot in behind Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo and was happy to return to the rostrum.

However, it was not an easy ride, with The Doctor fending off the challenge of Alvaro Bautista towards the end of the 23 lap MotorLand contest and with Stefan Bradl and Cal Crutchlow also hovering nearby for most of the race.

“At the end, the battle was very hard. I always had Bradl very close and in the end I had Bautista, who was also very fast; he overtook me and was able to make up a bit of a gap. Afterwards, I was able to come back and overtake and did the last lap very much on the limit because I wanted to try and arrive on the podium. Also, I had to pay attention because Crutchlow was not so far behind,” sated Rossi post-race.

Although satisfied to be up on the rostrum again, the Yamaha Factory Racing rider acknowledged he wanted to be closer to the front, having finished 13 seconds adrift of Marquez.

“It is always positive and a great result to be on the podium, but I expected a little bit more from the race,” he continued.

“I want to go faster and be closer to the top guys because all weekend, especially yesterday, it was not so bad. I decided for the harder tyre on the front – Jorge and Marc had the softer – and after some laps I was in a lot of trouble with understeer and under braking. I tried the maximum and wasn’t strong enough, but this result is good for the team and I and we will try again next time in Malaysia.”

Lorenzo: ‘I pushed to the limits’

World Champion Jorge Lorenzo says he ‘pushed to the limits’ in Sunday’s 23 lap Gran Premio Iveco de Aragon race, but it was not enough to prevent another Marc Marquez victory.

Lorenzo made a brilliant start to the race from second on the grid and it looked in the early stages of the race as if he could repeat his Silverstone and Misano victories, as he cranked up the pressure.

But despite Marquez clashing with teammate Dani Pedrosa behind Lorenzo - or perhaps even as a result of the collision which took an improving Pedrosa out – it would eventually be the Repsol Honda rookie who triumphed over his Yamaha Factory Racing rival at the MotorLand circuit.

Marquez and Lorenzo flew away from the rest of the field after the Pedrosa incident and would both finish well over 10 seconds ahead of third placed Valentino Rossi, but Lorenzo eventually missed out on a third successive victory by +1.356s.

Afterwards he explained, “Like always, I tried to open up a gap at the beginning, but when Marc recovered all of that gap I just relaxed to try and save a bit of energy to try and be with him at the end of the race. Really, he was stronger all weekend. I pushed to the limits to follow him, but it was impossible. No excuses. He was faster today and we have to think about the next race.”

Lorenzo also explained the set-up changes made on Sunday and how he had hoped they would improve his performance, ultimately to no avail, stating, “The tactic was to try and improve the bike in the Warm-Up. Finally, we gained a little bit with turn-in. The turn-in was better but on braking it was worse – I was losing so much compared with Marc.”

MotoGP World Standing 2013

1Marc MARQUEZHondaSPA278
2Jorge LORENZOYamahaSPA239
3Dani PEDROSAHondaSPA219
4Valentino ROSSIYamahaITA185
6Stefan BRADLHondaGER135
7Alvaro BAUTISTAHondaSPA125
8Andrea DOVIZIOSODucatiITA112
9Nicky HAYDENDucatiUSA102
10Bradley SMITHYamahaGBR80
12Michele PIRRODucatiITA50
13Andrea IANNONEDucatiITA47
14Colin EDWARDSFTR KawasakiUSA31
17Danilo PETRUCCIIoda-SuterITA23
18Yonny HERNANDEZDucatiCOL11
19Ben SPIESDucatiUSA9
20Claudio CORTIFTR KawasakiITA8

Moto2 World Standing 2013

1Scott REDDINGKalexGBR215
3Esteve RABATKalexSPA171
4Mika KALLIOKalexFIN143
5Takaaki NAKAGAMIKalexJPN130
6Dominique AEGERTERSuterSWI122
7Johann ZARCOSuterFRA113
8Nicolas TEROLSuterSPA108
9Thomas LUTHISuterSWI94
10Jordi TORRESSuterSPA83

Moto3 World Standing 2013

5Jonas FOLGERKalex KTMGER129
6Miguel OLIVEIRAMahindraPOR115
8Alexis MASBOUFTR HondaFRA69
9Efren VAZQUEZMahindraSPA62

Casey Stoner set for Phillip Island return

One year after retiring from MotoGP™, Australian hero Casey Stoner will return to the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit to join fellow Aussie World Champions Wayne Gardner and Mick Doohan for a lap of honour at the 2013 Tissot Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
There are only three riders who have been recognised with their own stretch of bitumen at the renowned Phillip Island track and it is fitting that all three will ride together in a once-in-a-lifetime display for fans at next month’s MotoGP™ event.

Stoner has completed hundreds of laps around the 4.445km circuit on race weekends but 2013 will be something different for the two-time World Champion.

"The 2012 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix was a fairytale ending to my MotoGP™ career," he said. "It will be nice to take to the track with Mick and Wayne this year without the pressure of competing. I look forward to enjoying it and mixing with the fans that have supported me throughout my career."

Stoner has won the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix for the last six years in a row and in 115 MotoGP™ outings started on pole 39 times, set 29 fastest laps and took 69 podium finishes. He won 38 times; only Rossi, his great compatriot Giacomo Agostini and Mick Doohan stand above him on the all-time premier class winners’ list.

Stoner will be joined by Gardner and Doohan on 20 October, just moments before the start of the 2013 Tissot Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix in which a new King of Phillip Island will be crowned.


Friday, September 20, 2013

The Tour of Britain 2013

The Tour of Britain 2013 - 15 to 22 September              

Overall Route 

The Tour of Britain

Stage 01 -  Peebles to Drumlanrig Castle, 209.9 km - 15/09/2013

The Tour of Britain

The Tour of Britain

Elia Viviani claimed victory on the opening stage of The Tour of Britain in Scotland in a gruelling opening stage to the race.  
Viviani outsprinted compatriot Alessandro Petacchi and 2013 Milan San Remo winner Gerald Ciolek at the end of the 209-kilometre, which lasted over six hours.
On the rising final kilometre through the Buccleuch Estate in Dumfries & Galloway, Viviani jumped clear of Ciolek in the final 150 metres, with Petacchi following him past for second on the road.
Victory gives Viviani a four second lead, thanks to time bonuses, at the top of the standings and the IG Gold Jersey of race leader heading into Stage Two, the Cumbria, the Lake District stage on Monday. The Cannondale rider also leads the Chain Reaction Cycles Points Classification.
"I am very happy for this win, but I hope to win again in the next few days" said Viviani speaking afterwards.


1Elia VivianiCannondale6h 4' 43''
2Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma Quick-Step6h 4' 43''
3Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka6h 4' 43''
4Marco ColedanBardiani Valvole CSF Inox6h 4' 43''
5Matteo PelucchiIAM Cycling6h 4' 43''
6Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun6h 4' 43''
7Shane ArchboldAN Post Chain Reaction6h 4' 43''
8Jonathan Dibben**Great Britain6h 4' 43''
9Steele Von HoffGarmin Sharp6h 4' 43''
10James WilliamsonNode 4 Giordana Racing6h 4' 43''
11Andrew TennantMadison Genesis6h 4' 43''
12Mark CavendishOmega Pharma Quick-Step6h 4' 43''
13Dean DowningMadison Genesis6h 4' 43''
14Scott ThwaitesTeam NetApp Endura6h 4' 43''
15Ian WilkinsonTeam UK Youth6h 4' 43''
16Ian StannardSky Procycling6h 4' 43''
17Nicolas VereeckenAN Post Chain Reaction6h 4' 43''
18Evan OliphantTeam Raleigh6h 4' 43''
19Yanto BarkerTeam UK Youth6h 4' 43''
20Michael NortheyNode 4 Giordana Racing6h 4' 43''


1Elia VivianiCannondale6h 4' 33''
2Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma Quick-Step6h 4' 37''0' 4''
3Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka6h 4' 39''0' 6''
4Nathan HaasGarmin Sharp6h 4' 41''0' 8''
5Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling6h 4' 42''0' 9''
6Marco ColedanBardiani Valvole CSF Inox6h 4' 43''0' 10''
7Matteo PelucchiIAM Cycling6h 4' 43''0' 10''
8Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun6h 4' 43''0' 10''
9Shane ArchboldAN Post Chain Reaction6h 4' 43''0' 10''
10Jonathan Dibben**Great Britain6h 4' 43''0' 10''

Stage 02 - Cumbria, The Lake District Stage - Carlisle to Kendal, 186.6 km - 16/09/2013

The Tour of Britain

The Tour of Britain
 MTN Qhubeka's Gerald Ciolek took victory in The Tour of Britain's Cumbria, the Lake District Stage in Kendal to move into a 20 second lead in the race.

The German mastered horrendous weather conditions and a testing route to best Sam Bennett in the final sprint up the steep gradients of Beast Banks in the South Lakeland town, taking victory in Stage Two.
"It was a hard day, rain all day so tough conditions. There were some hard climbs today and then the hilly finish," said Ciolek, who turns 27 on Thursday.
"The guys did a lead out from the bottom and I got in a good position. I had a problem in the last right turn, I slipped a little bit and had a little gap, but in the end it was possible for me to close it.


1Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka5h 1' 1''
2Sam BennettAN Post Chain Reaction5h 1' 1''
3Thomas LövkvistIAM Cycling5h 1' 7''0' 6''
4Simon Yates**Great Britain5h 1' 7''0' 6''
5Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step5h 1' 7''0' 6''
6Jack BauerGarmin Sharp5h 1' 10''0' 9''
7Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling5h 1' 10''0' 9''
8Marco ColedanBardiani Valvole CSF Inox5h 1' 10''0' 9''
9Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka5h 1' 10''0' 9''
10Julien VermoteOmega Pharma Quick-Step5h 1' 10''0' 9''
11Sacha ModoloBardiani Valvole CSF Inox5h 1' 10''0' 9''
12Daniel MartinGarmin Sharp5h 1' 13''0' 12''
13Scott ThwaitesTeam NetApp Endura5h 1' 13''0' 12''
14Francesco Manuel BongiornoBardiani Valvole CSF Inox5h 1' 13''0' 12''
15Christophe LaborieSojasun5h 1' 13''0' 12''
16Jose Joaquin Rojas GilMovistar5h 1' 18''0' 17''
17Jacob Rathe**Garmin Sharp5h 1' 18''0' 17''
18Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling5h 1' 18''0' 17''
19Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling5h 1' 18''0' 17''
20Erick RowsellTeam NetApp Endura5h 1' 18''0' 17''


1Bardiani Valvole CSF Inox15h 3' 33''
2IAM Cycling15h 3' 35''0' 2''
3Omega Pharma Quick-Step15h 3' 35''0' 2''
4AN Post Chain Reaction15h 3' 37''0' 4''
5Garmin Sharp15h 3' 41''0' 8''
6Team NetApp Endura15h 3' 49''0' 16''


1Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka11h 5' 30''
2Simon Yates**Great Britain11h 5' 50''0' 20''
3Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step11h 5' 50''0' 20''
4Marco ColedanBardiani Valvole CSF Inox11h 5' 53''0' 23''
5Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka11h 5' 53''0' 23''
6Julien VermoteOmega Pharma Quick-Step11h 5' 53''0' 23''
7Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling11h 5' 53''0' 23''
8Sacha ModoloBardiani Valvole CSF Inox11h 5' 53''0' 23''
9Scott ThwaitesTeam NetApp Endura11h 5' 56''0' 26''
10Francesco Manuel BongiornoBardiani Valvole CSF Inox11h 5' 56''0' 26''

Stage 03 - Knowsley Individual Time Trial, 16km - 17/09/2013

The Tour of Britain

The Tour of Britain

The Tour of Britain
Sir Bradley Wiggins swept to victory in Knowsley, heading a Sky Pro Cycling 1-2 in The Tour of Britain's individual time trial on Stage Three, moving him into the race's overall lead.
Wiggins beat teammate Ian Stannard by 36 seconds, recording a time of 19:54 over the 10-mile course starting and finishing in Knowsley Safari Park, with Garmin Sharp's Jack Bauer third. British National Time Trial Champion Alex Dowsett finished fifth, 56 seconds behind Wiggins.
The 2012 Tour de France winner now has a 37 second lead over Stannard, with IAM Cycling's Martin Elmiger a further 10 seconds back.
"I've made no secret that I really want to do well in this race," said Sir Bradley Wiggins. "I had to win today, whatever. The conditions weren't ideal for me, but I thought I'd rather end up in hospital today than be beaten, so it was 100% commitment.


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling19' 54''
2Ian StannardSky Procycling20' 30''0' 36''
3Jack BauerGarmin Sharp20' 36''0' 42''
4Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling20' 48''0' 54''
5Alex DowsettMovistar20' 50''0' 56''
6David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling21' 10''1' 16''
7Alex WetterhallTeam NetApp Endura21' 14''1' 20''
8Stefano PirazziBardiani Valvole CSF Inox21' 16''1' 22''
9Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka21' 19''1' 25''
10Mark CavendishOmega Pharma Quick-Step21' 20''1' 26''
11Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step21' 22''1' 28''
12Marcin BialoblockiTeam UK Youth21' 23''1' 29''
13Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun21' 24''1' 30''
14Jose Joaquin Rojas GilMovistar21' 26''1' 32''
15Marco ColedanBardiani Valvole CSF Inox21' 27''1' 33''
16Owain Doull**Great Britain21' 27''1' 33''
17Simon Yates**Great Britain21' 27''1' 33''
18Julien VermoteOmega Pharma Quick-Step21' 27''1' 33''
19Erick RowsellTeam NetApp Endura21' 28''1' 34''
20Nairo Quintana RojasMovistar21' 29''1' 35''


1Sky Procycling1h 1' 34''
2Movistar1h 3' 45''2' 11''
3IAM Cycling1h 3' 56''2' 22''
4Omega Pharma Quick-Step1h 4' 9''2' 35''
5Garmin Sharp1h 4' 9''2' 35''
6Bardiani Valvole CSF Inox1h 4' 23''2' 49''


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling11h 25' 54''
2Ian StannardSky Procycling11h 26' 31''0' 37''
3Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling11h 26' 41''0' 47''
4Jack BauerGarmin Sharp11h 26' 49''0' 55''
5Alex DowsettMovistar11h 26' 51''0' 57''
6David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling11h 27' 11''1' 17''
7Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step11h 27' 12''1' 18''
8Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka11h 27' 12''1' 18''
9Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka11h 27' 15''1' 21''
10Alex WetterhallTeam NetApp Endura11h 27' 15''1' 21''

Stage 04 - Stoke-on-Trent to Llanberis, 188.4km - 18/09/2013

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1Mark CavendishOmega Pharma Quick-Step4h 45' 42''
2Elia VivianiCannondale4h 45' 42''
3Steele Von HoffGarmin Sharp4h 45' 42''
4Matteo PelucchiIAM Cycling4h 45' 42''
5Jose Joaquin Rojas GilMovistar4h 45' 42''
6Owain Doull**Great Britain4h 45' 42''
7Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun4h 45' 42''
8Scott ThwaitesTeam NetApp Endura4h 45' 42''
9Chris OpieTeam UK Youth4h 45' 42''
10Sam BennettAN Post Chain Reaction4h 45' 42''
11Marcin BialoblockiTeam UK Youth4h 45' 42''
12Ian WilkinsonTeam UK Youth4h 45' 42''
13Alex DowsettMovistar4h 45' 42''
14Alessandro BazzanaUnitedHealthcare4h 45' 42''
15Nicolas VereeckenAN Post Chain Reaction4h 45' 42''
16Alexandre BlainTeam Raleigh4h 45' 42''
17Mathew CronshawTeam IG Sigma Sport4h 45' 42''
18Jack BauerGarmin Sharp4h 45' 42''
19James WilliamsonNode 4 Giordana Racing4h 45' 42''
20Ian StannardSky Procycling4h 45' 42''


1Team UK Youth14h 17' 6''
2Movistar14h 17' 6''
3AN Post Chain Reaction14h 17' 6''
4Team NetApp Endura14h 17' 6''
5Team IG Sigma Sport14h 17' 6''
6Omega Pharma Quick-Step14h 17' 6''


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling16h 11' 36''
2Ian StannardSky Procycling16h 12' 13''0' 37''
3Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling16h 12' 23''0' 47''
4Jack BauerGarmin Sharp16h 12' 31''0' 55''
5Alex DowsettMovistar16h 12' 33''0' 57''
6David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling16h 12' 53''1' 17''
7Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step16h 12' 54''1' 18''
8Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka16h 12' 54''1' 18''
9Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka16h 12' 57''1' 21''
10Alex WetterhallTeam NetApp Endura16h 12' 57''1' 21''

Stage 05 - Machynlleth to Caerphilly, 177.1km - 19/09/2013


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AN Post Chain Reaction's Sam Bennett took the biggest win of this career in Caerphilly, heading Michal Golas and Martin Elmiger for the stage win.
Having achieved several top ten finishes in The Tour of Britain in the past, Bennett came a close second to Gerald Ciolek in Kendal on Monday, before going one better on Thursday in Wales.
Speaking at the post-stage press conference, Bennett spoke of his delight at taking the victory...
"I didn't expect to get second the other day so that was a great result for myself and to get first place today is unbelievable, I can't believe it.
"It is confidence building, I was on his wheel and then it was getting a bit tight and I looked back and it was being really controlled behind so I thought I was better off not going to deep this time around and dropped back so I could go at my own tempo. I got over it that time and then next time around just hung in.


1Sam BennettAN Post Chain Reaction4h 35' 29''
2Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step4h 35' 29''
3Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling4h 35' 29''
4David Le LaySojasun4h 35' 29''
5Jack BauerGarmin Sharp4h 35' 29''
6Simon Yates**Great Britain4h 35' 29''
7Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling4h 35' 29''
8Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling4h 35' 29''
9Ian StannardSky Procycling4h 35' 29''
10Nairo Quintana RojasMovistar4h 35' 29''
11Francesco Manuel BongiornoBardiani Valvole CSF Inox4h 35' 29''
12Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka4h 35' 29''
13Marcel WyssIAM Cycling4h 35' 29''
14Daniel MartinGarmin Sharp4h 35' 29''
15David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling4h 35' 29''
16Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun4h 35' 53''0' 24''
17Cesare BenedettiTeam NetApp Endura4h 35' 53''0' 24''
18Liam HolohanMadison Genesis4h 35' 53''0' 24''
19Adam Yates**Great Britain4h 35' 53''0' 24''
20Steven LampierNode 4 Giordana Racing4h 35' 53''0' 24''


1IAM Cycling13h 46' 27''
2Sky Procycling13h 46' 27''
3Sojasun13h 47' 52''1' 25''
4Omega Pharma Quick-Step13h 48' 43''2' 16''
5Team NetApp Endura13h 48' 53''2' 26''
6Team UK Youth13h 49' 48''3' 21''


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling20h 47' 5''
2Ian StannardSky Procycling20h 47' 42''0' 37''
3Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling20h 47' 48''0' 43''
4Jack BauerGarmin Sharp20h 48' 0''0' 55''
5Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step20h 48' 17''1' 12''
6David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling20h 48' 22''1' 17''
7Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka20h 48' 23''1' 18''
8Simon Yates**Great Britain20h 48' 28''1' 23''
9Daniel MartinGarmin Sharp20h 48' 43''1' 38''
10Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling20h 48' 49''1' 44''

Stage 06 - Sidmouth to Haytor, Dartmoor, 137km - 20/09/2013

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Young Great Britain rider Simon Yates made his mark on the Tour of Britain's first mountain top finish - taking the win on a sunny afternoon on Haytor
Yates came out of an elite group in the last kilometre to finally eclipse Sky Pro Cycling's David Lopez with Martin Elmiger of IAM taking third
Race leader Bradley Wiggins crossed only 7 seconds behind the winner to maintain his place in the IG Gold jersey]


1Simon Yates**Great Britain3h 23' 44''
2Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling3h 23' 46''0' 2''
3David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling3h 23' 46''0' 2''
4Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka3h 23' 49''0' 5''
5Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling3h 23' 49''0' 5''
6Nairo Quintana RojasMovistar3h 23' 51''0' 7''
7Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling3h 23' 51''0' 7''
8Francesco Manuel BongiornoBardiani Valvole CSF Inox3h 23' 56''0' 12''
9Marcel WyssIAM Cycling3h 23' 56''0' 12''
10Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun3h 24' 15''0' 31''
11Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step3h 24' 15''0' 31''
12Steven LampierNode 4 Giordana Racing3h 24' 15''0' 31''
13Richard HandleyRapha Condor JLT3h 24' 15''0' 31''
14Adam Yates**Great Britain3h 24' 15''0' 31''
15Jack BauerGarmin Sharp3h 24' 15''0' 31''
16Anthony DelaplaceSojasun3h 24' 15''0' 31''
17Christopher JonesUnitedHealthcare3h 24' 21''0' 37''
18Cesare BenedettiTeam NetApp Endura3h 24' 23''0' 39''
19Daniel MartinGarmin Sharp3h 24' 45''1' 1''
20Ian StannardSky Procycling3h 24' 48''1' 4''



1IAM Cycling10h 11' 31''
2Sky Procycling10h 12' 25''0' 54''
3Sojasun10h 13' 18''1' 47''
4Great Britain10h 13' 43''2' 12''
5UnitedHealthcare10h 15' 49''4' 18''
6Node 4 Giordana Racing10h 18' 45''7' 14''


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling24h 10' 56''
2Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling24h 11' 28''0' 32''
3Simon Yates**Great Britain24h 12' 2''1' 6''
4David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling24h 12' 4''1' 8''
5Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka24h 12' 12''1' 16''
6Jack BauerGarmin Sharp24h 12' 15''1' 19''
7Ian StannardSky Procycling24h 12' 30''1' 34''
8Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step24h 12' 32''1' 36''
9Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling24h 12' 38''1' 42''
10Nairo Quintana RojasMovistar24h 12' 52''1' 56''

Stage 07 - Epsom to Guildford, 155km - 21/09/2013

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The Tour of Britain returns to Guildford after an epic final stage in 2012, which saw the Manx Missile, Mark Cavendish, sprint across the line on Guildford's historic High Street. Guildford is the vibrant county town of Surrey. A mix of heritage, beautiful scenery and a lively arts culture makes our borough a great place to visit. There are plenty of places to stay, eat and drink in town and the nearby villages. Visit Guildford Castle and its beautiful gardens or take a boat ride on the River Wey. Or enjoy a night of comedy, music or dance at G Live or The Electric Theatre.


1Mark CavendishOmega Pharma Quick-Step3h 46' 57''
2Elia VivianiCannondale3h 46' 57''
3Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka3h 46' 57''
4Blaz JarcTeam NetApp Endura3h 46' 57''
5Jacob Rathe**Garmin Sharp3h 46' 57''
6Matteo PelucchiIAM Cycling3h 46' 57''
7Chris OpieTeam UK Youth3h 46' 57''
8Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling3h 46' 57''
9Alessandro BazzanaUnitedHealthcare3h 46' 57''
10Sam BennettAN Post Chain Reaction3h 46' 57''
11Marcin BialoblockiTeam UK Youth3h 46' 57''
12Enrique SanzMovistar3h 46' 57''
13Jimmy EngoulventSojasun3h 47' 1''0' 4''
14Owain Doull**Great Britain3h 47' 3''0' 6''
15Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling3h 47' 3''0' 6''
16Marcel WyssIAM Cycling3h 47' 3''0' 6''
17Stefano PirazziBardiani Valvole CSF Inox3h 47' 3''0' 6''
18Ian StannardSky Procycling3h 47' 3''0' 6''
19Michael NortheyNode 4 Giordana Racing3h 47' 3''0' 6''
20Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling3h 47' 3''0' 6''


1IAM Cycling11h 20' 57''
2Team NetApp Endura11h 21' 3''0' 6''
3Movistar11h 21' 3''0' 6''
4Sojasun11h 21' 7''0' 10''
5Sky Procycling11h 21' 9''0' 12''
6Bardiani Valvole CSF Inox11h 21' 9''0' 12''
7Great Britain11h 21' 9''0' 12''


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling27h 57' 59''
2Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling27h 58' 25''0' 26''
3Simon YatesGreat Britain27h 59' 5''1' 6''
4David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling27h 59' 7''1' 8''
5Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka27h 59' 15''1' 16''
6Jack BauerGarmin Sharp27h 59' 18''1' 19''
7Ian StannardSky Procycling27h 59' 33''1' 34''
8Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step27h 59' 35''1' 36''
9Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling27h 59' 41''1' 42''
10Nairo Quintana RojasMovistar27h 59' 55''1' 56''

Stage 8 - The London Stage, presented by TfL, 88km - 22/09/2013

Tenth anniversary Tour of Britain concludes with success for Wiggins

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The tenth edition of Britain's biggest professional cycle race has concluded with a double success for British riders, as Mark Cavendish took the final stage in London with Sir Bradley Wiggins winning the race overall and the IG Gold Jersey.
Cavendish held off fellow stage winners Sam Bennett and Elia Viviani on Whitehall for his third stage victory of the week long race, winning the final stage of The Tour of Britain for the third successive year.
Sky Pro Cycling's Wiggins maintained his overnight 26 second advantage over Switzerland's Martin Elmiger, with Simon Yates finishing third and claiming the title of Best Under-23 Rider.
"The feeling at the moment is more relief than anything else to be honest" said Wiggins afterwards. "It's a funny one, you want to win it and when you cross the line you feel relief more for your teammates that you've fulfilled the job.
"It is pressure for the whole week. I said I wanted to win it and put my hand up and then to take the jersey on day three and to defend it throughout."

Triple success for Mark Cavendish

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Mark Cavendish secured his third stage win of the 2013 Tour of Britain in London on Sunday as Sir Bradley Wiggins sealed overall success in The Tour. The Omega Pharma Quickstep sprinter took charge on Whitehall to sprint away from AN Post Chain Reaction's Sam Bennett and Elia Viviani of Cannondale in a pulsating bunch finish in front of packed crowds. Sir Bradley Wiggins finished in the group to secure overall victory and take the IG Gold Jersey, which he pulled on for the first time on Tuesday's Individual Time Trial. Angel Madrazo added the Yodel Direct Sprints Jersey to the SKODA King of the Mountains Jersey he secured on Friday, while Switzerland's Martin Elmiger took the Chain Reaction Cycles Points Jersey, as well as second overall behind Wiggins. Third on the podium was Simon Yates, winner of the Haytor summit finish, who was also rewarded with the Bradley Wiggins Foundation Best Young Rider Trophy.
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Stage Results

1Mark CavendishOmega Pharma Quick-Step1h 47' 23''
2Sam BennettAN Post Chain Reaction1h 47' 23''
3Elia VivianiCannondale1h 47' 23''
4Matteo PelucchiIAM Cycling1h 47' 23''
5Chris OpieTeam UK Youth1h 47' 23''
6Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun1h 47' 23''
7Sacha ModoloBardiani Valvole CSF Inox1h 47' 23''
8Alessandro PetacchiOmega Pharma Quick-Step1h 47' 23''
9Enrique SanzMovistar1h 47' 23''
10Blaz JarcTeam NetApp Endura1h 47' 23''
11Marcin BialoblockiTeam UK Youth1h 47' 23''
12Alessandro BazzanaUnitedHealthcare1h 47' 23''
13Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling1h 47' 23''
14Michael NortheyNode 4 Giordana Racing1h 47' 23''
15Owain Doull**Great Britain1h 47' 23''
16Jacob Rathe**Garmin Sharp1h 47' 23''
17Dean DowningMadison Genesis1h 47' 23''
18Ian StannardSky Procycling1h 47' 23''
19Alexandre BlainTeam Raleigh1h 47' 23''
20Jack BauerGarmin Sharp1h 47' 23''


1IAM Cycling5h 22' 9''
2Team NetApp Endura5h 22' 9''
3Sky Procycling5h 22' 9''
4Madison Genesis5h 22' 9''
5Great Britain5h 22' 9''
6Node 4 Giordana Racing5h 22' 9''
7Omega Pharma Quick-Step5h 22' 19''0' 10''
8Team UK Youth5h 22' 19''0' 10''
9Cannondale5h 22' 19''0' 10''
10Bardiani Valvole CSF Inox5h 22' 19''0' 10''
11Team Raleigh5h 22' 19''0' 10''
12Sojasun5h 22' 19''0' 10''
13Garmin Sharp5h 22' 19''0' 10''
14AN Post Chain Reaction5h 22' 19''0' 10''
15Rapha Condor JLT5h 22' 19''0' 10''
16UnitedHealthcare5h 22' 29''0' 20''
17Team IG Sigma Sport5h 22' 39''0' 30''
18MTN Qhubeka5h 24' 10''2' 1''
19Movistar5h 28' 36''6' 27''


1Sir Bradley WigginsSky Procycling29h 45' 22''
2Martin ElmigerIAM Cycling29h 45' 48''0' 26''
3Simon Yates**Great Britain29h 46' 25''1' 3''
4David Lopez GarciaSky Procycling29h 46' 30''1' 8''
5Jack BauerGarmin Sharp29h 46' 35''1' 13''
6Sergio PardillaMTN Qhubeka29h 46' 38''1' 16''
7Ian StannardSky Procycling29h 46' 56''1' 34''
8Sebastien ReichenbachIAM Cycling29h 47' 4''1' 42''
9Michal GolasOmega Pharma Quick-Step29h 47' 8''1' 46''
10Marcel WyssIAM Cycling29h 47' 19''1' 57''
11Evaldas SiskeviciusSojasun29h 47' 41''2' 19''
12Francesco Manuel BongiornoBardiani Valvole CSF Inox29h 47' 51''2' 29''
13Daniel MartinGarmin Sharp29h 48' 17''2' 55''
14Nairo Quintana RojasMovistar29h 48' 21''2' 59''
15Cesare BenedettiTeam NetApp Endura29h 48' 29''3' 7''
16Richard HandleyRapha Condor JLT29h 48' 31''3' 9''
17Steven LampierNode 4 Giordana Racing29h 48' 52''3' 30''
18Marcin BialoblockiTeam UK Youth29h 48' 56''3' 34''
19David Le LaySojasun29h 49' 6''3' 44''
20Alex WetterhallTeam NetApp Endura29h 49' 37''4' 15''
21Liam HolohanMadison Genesis29h 49' 50''4' 28''
22Christopher JonesUnitedHealthcare29h 51' 9''5' 47''
23Heinrich HausslerIAM Cycling29h 51' 12''5' 50''
24Julien VermoteOmega Pharma Quick-Step29h 51' 30''6' 8''
25Cristiano SalernoCannondale29h 52' 51''7' 29''
26Alessandro BazzanaUnitedHealthcare29h 53' 5''7' 43''
27Mark McNallyAN Post Chain Reaction29h 53' 23''8' 1''
28Scott ThwaitesTeam NetApp Endura29h 53' 37''8' 15''
29Wouter SybrandyTeam IG Sigma Sport29h 53' 56''8' 34''
30Shem RodgerNode 4 Giordana Racing29h 56' 3''10' 41''
31Martin VelitsOmega Pharma Quick-Step29h 56' 13''10' 51''
32Alistair Slater**Great Britain29h 56' 18''10' 56''
33Robert PartridgeTeam UK Youth29h 56' 49''11' 27''
34Mark CavendishOmega Pharma Quick-Step29h 57' 9''11' 47''
35Gerald CiolekMTN Qhubeka29h 57' 29''12' 7''
36Marc De MaarUnitedHealthcare29h 57' 59''12' 37''
37Michael NortheyNode 4 Giordana Racing29h 59' 5''13' 43''
38Yanto BarkerTeam UK Youth29h 59' 8''13' 46''
39Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare29h 59' 32''14' 10''
40Evan OliphantTeam Raleigh29h 59' 41''14' 19''
41Thomas Moses**Team Raleigh29h 59' 56''14' 34''
42Sacha ModoloBardiani Valvole CSF Inox30h 0' 17''14' 55''
43Sam BennettAN Post Chain Reaction30h 1' 0''15' 38''
44Stefano PirazziBardiani Valvole CSF Inox30h 1' 39''16' 17''
45Will Stephenson**Rapha Condor JLT30h 3' 3''17' 41''
46Erick RowsellTeam NetApp Endura30h 3' 19''17' 57''
47Kristian HouseRapha Condor JLT30h 3' 26''18' 4''
48Jacob Rathe**Garmin Sharp30h 4' 1''18' 39''
49Thomas ScullyTeam Raleigh30h 4' 28''19' 6''
50Lachlan NorrisTeam Raleigh30h 4' 37''19' 15''