Brenton Jones takes two stage wins at Singkarak - http://www.cyclingnews.com/
BRENTON JONES WINS LAST STAGE, AMIR ZARGARI RETAINS YELLOW JERSEY INDONESIAN RIDER BEST ASEAN RIDER,Padang, June 15, 2014. Amir Zargari retains his yellow jersey in the international cycling race Tour de Singkarak 2014 which ended in Padang, Sunday (6/15/2014) with 28:31:48. The Pishgaman Yazd (PKY) rider has also won the TdS 2011. He won without ever winning any of the 9 stages in which he was only Top 10 several times. Runner up position is his team mate Rahim Emami with 28:33:25, while third position is another PKY’s rider, Ramin Mehrbaniazar with 28:36:40.
- South Solok, June 14, 2014. Soufiane Haddi for the first time wins stage eight Tour de Singkarak 2014 after becoming the first to touch the finish line with 4:25:08. The Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling Team (SKD) is followed by Amir Zargari, Iranian rider of Pishgaman Yazd (PKY) at the same time. The third and fourth positions are held by riders from the same team Ramin Mehrbaniazar with 4:25:10 and Rahim Emami with 4:25:13.
- Dharmasraya, June 13, 2014. Stage seven Tour De Singkarak 2014 has a new winner after Brenton Jones, Australian rider from Avanti Racing Team (ART) became the fastest rider. With 4:00:02, Jones wins stage seven which covers the distance of 167.5 kilometers from Sijunjung to Dharmasraya. Simultaneously reaching the finish line with Jones, second position is Iranian rider, Mehdi Sohrabi of Tabriz Petrochemical team (TPT), Mark Julius Borders of Team 7 Eleven Roadbike (T7E) from the Philippines in third position. Fourth position is held by another Philippine rider of LBC MVP Sports Cycling Team (LBC), Mark Bonzo. They all reached the finish line at the same time.
- Solok City, June 12, 2014. Kohei Uchima wins stage six of Tour de Singkarak 2014 from Padang Panjang to Solok City, Thursday (6/12/2014) with 2:37:48. The rider from Japan Cycling Federation (JCF) finished first followed by Souflane Haddi of Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling Team (SKD) with 2:38:27. Indonesian rider, Dadi Suryadi of Pegasus Continental Cycling Team (PCT) is in third position with 2:38:29. Fourth position is held by Australian Brenton Jones of Avanti Racing Team (ART) in 2:39:16.