New Zealand Cycle Classic
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.
|Region||Masterton Region, New Zealand|
|English name||New Zealand Cycle Classic|
|Competition||UCI Oceania Tour|
|Type||New Zealand's Premier Stage race|
|Race director||Jorge Sandoval|
|Editions||32 (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.
|4||Brian Fowler||NZL||1989, 1990, 1991, 1992|
|2||Ric Reid||NZL||1994, 1996|
|Hayden Roulston||NZL||2006, 2007|