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New Zealand Cycle Classic

  (Redirected from Tour of Wellington)

The New Zealand Cycle Classic (previously known as the Tour of Wellington) is a road cycling race held in and around the Wairarapa near Wellington, New Zealand. The race is a men's competition over five stages and part of the UCI Oceania Tour.

New Zealand Cycle Classic
RegionMasterton Region, New Zealand
English nameNew Zealand Cycle Classic
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Oceania Tour
TypeNew Zealand's Premier Stage race
OrganiserJorge Sandoval
Race directorJorge Sandoval
Web Edit this at Wikidata
First edition1988 (1988)
Editions32 (as of 2019)
First winner Darren Rush (NZL)
Most wins Brian Fowler (NZL) (4 wins)
Most recent Aaron Gate (NZL)

The next edition of the NZ Cycle Classic will be in the Wairarapa, 15-19 January 2020.


Multiple victoriesEdit

Wins Name Country Years
4 Brian Fowler   NZL 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
2 Ric Reid   NZL 1994, 1996
Hayden Roulston   NZL 2006, 2007


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