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    Tour de Singkarak



    The BNI-Maybank Tour de Singkarak is an annual professional road bicycle racing stage race held in West Sumatra, Indonesia, and named after the Lake Singkarak. First staged in 2009, Tour de Singkarak is classified by the International Cycling Union (UCI) as a 2.2 category race as part of the UCI Asia Tour. It covers more than 900 kilometres — from/to Padang passing around lake Singkarak and runs through inland West Sumatran cities — and lasted for a week and held annually around May or June. The total prize money is IDR 1,000,000,000 (US$120,000). Sponsored by BNI-Maybank.

    Tour de Singkarak 2013[at]•[at]West Sumatera, 2 - 9 June 2013



    TEMPO.CO, Sijungjung – A total of 108 bikers from 24 countries compete in the fourth stage of the Tour de Singkarak from Sijunjung to Punjung Dharmasraya Island.

    The stage stretches for 189.5 kilometers, with Johan Coenen, Kristian Juel, Cheng Wei Lee, and Salvador leading the race.

    In this stage, cyclist from 21 teams will compete for one point at the steep hillclimb located at the 69th kilometer at Lansek River and one sprint points each at the the 104th and 147th kilometer.

    ANDRI EL FARUQI

    Fourth Stage of Tour de Singkarak Starts Today | Sport | Tempo.Co :: Indonesian News Portal

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    Philippines Wins Sixth Stage of Tour de Singkarak



    Painan, West Sumatra. Ronnel Hualda, riding for the Philippines’ 7-Eleven team, clinched the sixth stage of the Tour de Singkarak on Saturday.

    Riding from Pariaman to Painan, Hualda completed the 144.5-kilometer route in 3 hours 30 minutes 7 seconds. He was followed by Mohd Zamri Saleh, who was riding for Malaysia’s Terengganu, in second, and Iran’s Hossein Nateghi, who was representing Tabriz Petrochemical.

    Saleh received the green jersey for being the fastest sprinter.

    “It is my favorite stage because of the flat route,” Saleh said.

    Tabriz’s Amir Kolahdozhagh retained his polka-dot jersey for best climber of the day.

    Teammate Ghader Mizbani Iranagh managed to retain his yellow jersey after posting the fastest individual general classification time of 22:40:47.

    “It’s the toughest stage because it’s flat. Everyone wanted to win. My riders did a good job. Today was hot, but we could make it to the finish line. I hope tomorrow that we can make it again,” Iranagh said.

    With two riders on the podium, Tabriz still led the competition in team general classification.

    Indonesia National Team rider Aiman Cahyadi remained the best performing local cyclist and secured his red and white jerseys.

    Philippines Wins Sixth Stage of Tour de Singkarak - The Jakarta Globe

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