On the 57th and last day of the 8th Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, the Istanbul-Istanbul stage was canceled due to weather conditions, while New Zealander Patrick Bevin completed the event as the leader of the general classification.
On the 57th and last day of the 8th Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey (Tour of Turkey), the Istanbul-Istanbul stage was canceled due to weather conditions.
Patrick Bevin from New Zealand from Israel-Premier Tech finished the organization as the leader of the general classification and became the champion.
On the 8th day of the organization organized by the Turkish Cycling Federation under the auspices of the Presidency, the race was started in front of the Atatürk Cultural Center in Taksim. After the accidents due to the slippery road in Kuzguncuk on the Anatolian side, the team coordinators demanded that the race be declared invalid. With the cancellation of the Istanbul-Istanbul stage, New Zealander Patrick Bevin, who completed the Gallipoli-Tekirdag stage in the first place yesterday and took the lead in the general classification, finished the organization in the first place.
Australian Jay Vine from Alpecin-Fenix team came second, while Argentine Eduardo Sepulveda from Italy's Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli team came in third.