Simon Gerrans (GreenEdge) as one of Australia’s best cyclists over the last decade has been rewarded for his exploits, winning Sunday’s Australian Road National Championship from Matthew Lloyd (Lampre-ISD) and Richie Porte (Sky).

“This is one of my proudest moments in cycling,” Gerrans said having completed the 163.2 kilometre race in a time of 4:07:38.
For Gerrans, who won the national under 23 title in 2002 and was the bronze medallist in the 2011 edition of the championships, today’s result was just reward given the 31-year-old also has the honour of being the only Australian to have won a stage in all of the Grand Tours.

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