2016 UCI cycling calendar | 2016 Ronde van Midden-Nederland

  • Ronde van Midden-Nederland 2016 Ronde van Midden-Nederland


    Took place from Saturday 27 August 2016 till Sunday 28 August 2016.


    In the UCI calendar ...

    Europe Tour

    Result / Final classification

    1/ Chris Opie (One Pro Cycling) - 4h55'51"
    2/ Karol Domagalski (One Pro Cycling) - +0'07"
    3/ Peter Williams (One Pro Cycling) - +0'10"
    4/ Joey van Rhee (Cyclingteam Jo Piels)
    5/ Dion Smith (One Pro Cycling)

    More information ...

    Go to the official website for the 2016 Ronde van Midden-Nederland


    Stages/Race route and results (when available)

    Saturday 27 August 2016 1/ Doorn > Leersum (TTT) 26 km 1/ One Pro Cycling - 28'53"
    2/ Cyclingteam Jo Piels - +0'26"
    3/ Leopard Pro Cycling - +0'31"
    4/ Team Kuota-Lotto - +0'32"
    5/ Wallonie Bruxelles-Group Protect - +0'37"
    Sunday 28 August 2016 2/ Utrecht > Utrecht 200 km 1/ Chris Opie (One Pro Cycling) - 4h27'08"
    2/ Kevin Ista (Wallonie Bruxelles-Group Protect)
    3/ Jérémy Lecroqu (Klein Constantia)
    4/ Frantisek Sisr (Klein Constantia)
    5/ Maarten van Trijp (Metec TKH Continental Cycling Team powered by Mantel)
    total distance 226 km

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