Ramses Bekkenk second place in Atherton.
The fourth stage of the Crocodile Trophy started in Atherton which was also the finishing town for the third stage. A challenging stage with more than 2200 altimeters in a 72 kilometres long stage which brought Bekkenk a 2th place.
“Again an amazing stage with a nice and technical track. So it was not only suffering but also a lot of enjoyment and in the end that’s what makes this sport so great. In the first climb I had to let go the later winner Cory Wallace from Canada. I choose my own pace afterwards and so Wallace back after the finish. Today he was outstanding.”, stated Bekkenk.
Photo: Kenneth Lorentsen