Aaron Gate Continues to Dominate New Zealand Cycle Classic

Burgos BH continues to receive good news from the other side of the planet. Aaron Gate, the new purple signing who two days ago achieved victory in the first stage of the New Zealand Cycle Classic, won again on the third day, ending in the climb to Admiral Hill. In this queen stage, the most decisive for the general classification, the New Zealander was the strongest and was able to celebrate a new victory, which Aaron Gate allows him: “I didn’t expect the stage to develop like this, but the boys have again doing an incredible job controlling the race, especially George and Kiaan, who went from being sprinters to gregarious today and neutralized the escapees before Admiral Hill. There were a lot of attacks on the climb and it was good for me to have the wind in my face. I had I have to wait for my opportunity, be patient and look for the right moment.

The race will continue this Saturday with the fourth and penultimate stage, starting in Masterton and finishing in Carterton. There will be 124 kilometers, concentrated mostly in a final circuit that will be completed four laps, all of which include a small mountain pass. It will be a new opportunity for sprinters like George Jackson, who in the second stage finished second behind a teammate. To maintain the yellow leader’s jersey and the green jersey of regularity.

In another hot day starting in Masterton, the other runner from Burgos BH who is competing with his national team was also the protagonist. George Jackson worked all day to control a breakaway of six riders and maintain his teammate’s chances of victory. Once they reached Admiral Hill, the attacks began and the platoon was reduced to just a dozen units. Gate responded to all the movements of his rivals and, in the final stretch, made a powerful sprint to take the victory.

2024-01-13 01:31:12
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