For the stage 2 of the Herald Sun Tour, Luke Rowe had explained just before the sign on to CyclingNews that for them to take it up to Orica-Scott, they would need to race as aggressive as ever.

At the end of the race, he went on to duly deliver.

Rowe initiated the day’s 10 man breakaway, before heading out thus sending the stragglers packing late on to solo, to allow him grab what happens to be his first win ever since the Tour of Britain in 2012.

The Team Sky classics cyclist who was also awarded the prize for combativity admitted that it’s been a long time coming.

“It has been a long time coming. We sat down at the end of last year and said it was about time I won something. There are bigger bike races out there to win, but a win’s a win and I’ll take any win I can get.” Continue reading

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