Madison Genesis



Madison Genesis

Eighth for Tobyn Horton and a day in the break for Matt Holmes sealed a memorable Ride London Classic for Madison Genesis. Holmes’ ride also made him the joint winner for the king of the mountains title in World Tour company. At one stage Holmes’ group held a maximum of four minutes, however, the peloton worked to limit the advantage of the lead group of six, halving their gap

As the race approached the first of three times up Ranmore common, Holmes’ group was reduced to four men as the pace took its toll. Behind meanwhile, Team Sky was defining the race with a flurry of attacks. The result thinned the peloton to just 25 riders – including Tom Stewart - while Geraint Thomas and Ian Stannard moved off the front. By the final ascent of Ranmore Common Thomas, Stannard and Patrick Bevin joined Holmes and his original three companions – Jelle Wallays (Lotto Soudal), Jonatan Lastra (Caja Rural) and 2015 winner Jempy Drucker (BMC) to make a formidable lead group

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