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09 September 2019

Logan Currie turns it up a notch with a win in Belgium on the countdown to the World Road Champs

Logan Currie will be representing New Zealand in the Under-19 individual time trial and the 150km road race in Yorkshire on September 23 and 27 respectively.

Logan is currently a Year 13 student at Christchurch Boys’ High School, and is currently in Belgium, cycling for a professional continental team for eight weeks.

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Junior Mens individual Time Trial - https://worlds.yorkshire.com/the-races/men-junior-individual-time-trial/

Junior Mens Road Race -  https://worlds.yorkshire.com/the-races/men-junior-road-race/ - The first 37km of this rolling parcours sees the peloton head into the Dales where the first key climb of the day is awaiting them at Kidstones. This early ramp should provide an ideal opportunity for a breakaway to move clear, but the peloton will have ample time to plug that gap on the relatively flat section which follows before Burnsall. The historic landmarks of Barden Tower and Bolton Abbey will then be passed before the second main climb of the day comes between Beamsley and Blubberhouses. This drag onto the exposed moorland could catch some riders unaware before they sweep into Harrogate and take on three laps of the circuit before one final sprint for victory along Parliament Street.