OTR - Tour of Oceania
OTR's Tour of Oceania
Welcome to the inaugural running of OTR e-racing’s Tour of Oceania! A five stage competition raced over a one week day period on some of the most amazing and iconic roads this area of the world has to offer.
You are competing against those around you for the stage win each day as well as for your overall position in the points, climbers and general classification competitions. Keep an eye on the OTR Events Facebook group and RGTDB for results. Embrace your passion and cut your teeth on this mini-tour as you compete against your club mates or friends or maybe against a new friend from half way around the world.
Aimed at giving you a taste of virtual stage racing before you take on one of our bigger tours, this will be a great stepping stone from day racing up to something requiring more strategy as you aim your efforts towards your strengths and those stages and jerseys that suit you.
Race dates and structure The tour will begin on Wednesday, 2nd February 2022. We will race for next five days, with the final stage concluding proceedings on Sunday 6th. To allow participation for as many competitors as possible, each stage will have four time slots, 00:00hrs, 06:00hrs, 12:00hrs and 18:30hrs, GMT. Unless there is a catastrophic failure affecting an entire time slot, there will be no re-runs allowed, as processing these prevents accurate and timely release of stage results and competition standings. However, should your tour end due to a technical issue, the Magic Road codes are available to you via RGTDB.com to allow you to complete all the stages, should you wish.
Disciplinary and Verification We expect the highest standards of honesty and good manners from those taking part in this event to ensure maximum enjoyment for all. Dishonesty in the form of weight doping, willful maladjustment of equipment or use of e-bikes, for example, will not be tolerated. Abusive behavior will likewise not be tolerated.
In line with RGT rules, we reserve the right to ask for weight and power validation of any rider taking part in the event. Validation would include video weigh-ins and real world evidence of rides carried out to a similar power level to that seen “in game”. The organisers reserve the right to DQ you and your team from the event, should you not follow these rules, or provide validation within a reasonable time frame when asked.
Any rider averaging over 5w/kg for a stage will have verification requested. To save hassle, you can request to join the RGT Ride Fair Facebook group now and enter your weight verification as per the instructions. Any verification during the tour would then be dealt with very quickly. We also expect riders in the top ten positions on GC and the sprint and climbing competitions to ride with a HRM, riding without with increase the chances of a verification request.
If you have concerns over another rider’s performance, DO NOT throw accusations in game or on social media. As per our above statement, we and RGT will investigate any performances that are suspicious, including those brought to our attention. Please use the correct channels for any complaints.
In the spirit of #ridefair we ask that all riders please also consider making your Strava profile public and please, please wear a HRM.
|#||GC||Stage 1, Time Trial - Lake Bennett||Stage 2 - Darwin||Stage 3 - Upolu Island||Stage 4 - Upolu Island||Stage 5 - Remarkable Climb|
|1||Kevin Cervelo [ṀṚ] (c)||4:04:04.1||29:24.4||56:31.1||1:11:42.5||38:53.8||47:32.0|
|2||Mattias Lundqvist [rgtswe]||4:05:27.8||29:36.1||55:15.8||1:11:51.2||38:53.4||49:51.1|
|3||. Keith otr (e)||4:13:11.9||30:59.3||55:39.7||1:14:29.1||41:02.5||51:01.1|
|6||Rocket Roy nield (c)||4:21:18.6||31:19.8||58:17.2||1:16:36.0||41:02.5||54:02.9|
|8||Nigel Igel smith sdw||4:49:43.1||32:10.3||1:01:46.7||1:28:02.5||45:04.6||1:02:38.8|
|9||Bjoern Wentz [ṀṚ]||4:57:40.2||32:12.6||1:01:37.6||1:27:44.4||40:00.0||1:16:05.3|
|10||Rich Wagstaff (m) team otr||4:58:34.5||31:07.5||1:01:34.8||1:32:34.0||40:47.4||1:12:30.6|
|11||Patrik Andersson [rgtswe]||5:04:27.9||35:21.6||1:04:32.6||1:29:52.0||43:35.7||1:11:05.9|
|12||Matt Shillabeer [ṀṚ]||5:16:40.1||33:43.7||1:04:29.1||1:31:46.3||40:48.7||1:25:52.2|
|14||Tony Symons (e)||3:28:25.4||29:42.3||55:41.9||1:23:00.3||40:00.7|
|21||Canopus J one||2:35:08.8||1:10:44.2||39:33.5||44:51.0|
|22||Paul Newton (a)||2:55:29.4||1:17:51.1||39:06.5||58:31.7|
|23||J. Eff (a)||3:33:12.9||42:51.6||1:19:09.2||1:31:12.0|
|25||Marco Verhoogt (b)||1:13:03.5||33:02.6||40:00.9|
|28||Jeppe Snæver (tbs)||1:33:50.0||40:00.8||53:49.2|
|32||Daniel Schoch ṀṚ||1:45:44.1||29:57.5||1:15:46.6|
|34||Daniel Badke (m)||1:46:55.0||1:03:29.1||43:25.9|
|37||Niels bo Sondergard (e)||30:43.0||30:43.0|
|38||Peter Austin otr||30:57.7||30:57.7|
|40||Clive Byham otr||31:28.6||31:28.6|
|44||David Baggy sdw||32:10.7||32:10.7|
|52||.. Michael ..||33:50.9||33:50.9|
|56||Wendy Wonderwheels :)||35:55.4||35:55.4|
|63||Nick Jackson (c)||38:24.5||38:24.5|
|65||Anders Østergaard (tbs)||38:53.7||38:53.7|
|67||Dusan Mihel c||39:35.1||39:35.1|
|73||Henrik Stolare [rgtswe]||40:00.8||40:00.8|
|74||José manuel Ceca||40:19.2||40:19.2|
|76||Mike Wareham [ṀṚ]||40:48.5||40:48.5|
|78||Ted Russo 60 otr||41:56.6||41:56.6|
|82||Kristof Novi (o)||44:34.7||44:34.7|
|84||Judith Newton (w)||45:27.5||45:27.5|
|95||Jonty Williamson d||48:39.8||48:39.8|
|101||Grzesiek Handbike mh3||57:37.0||57:37.0|
|104||Salvo Caruso (team a.d.r.)||58:33.2||58:33.2|
|107||Stephen Bellio otr||1:01:22.9||1:01:22.9|
|109||Kate Parrish (w)||1:02:44.1||1:02:44.1|
|112||O. SÁnchez crespo||1:05:53.8||1:05:53.8|
|113||Craig Guy (c)||1:05:55.0||1:05:55.0|
|114||Martin Weedon (d)||1:05:56.5||1:05:56.5|
|121||Uros Vercic (b)||1:15:45.7||1:15:45.7|
|126||Scott Kerry ṀṚ||1:24:48.9||1:24:48.9|
|127||Sk8r Gabe otr (c)||1:25:14.9||1:25:14.9|
|129||Filipe Matos (ẠeṢṚṬ)||1:26:04.9||1:26:04.9|
|134||Pession Ange (alpine-cycling.com)||1:34:47.2||1:34:47.2|
|135||Snel Nellepe (e)||1:36:09.8||1:36:09.8|
|138||Didier Herrera cac66 m||1:46:06.9||1:46:06.9|
|139||H h Chan||2:10:27.0||2:10:27.0|