Boyacá cyclist Rafael Pineda (Colombia Pacto Por El Deporte-GW Shimano) became champion in the 44th edition of the Tour of Cundinamarca after maintaining the lead in the fourth and final stage, a 96-kilometre day played this Saturday through the streets of Soacha .

Pineda, who took the lead after winning the Alto de Romeral, overcame the last day without complications to finish on the top of the podium in the Cundinamarque round.

The places of honor in the race were completed by Rodrigo Contreras (Colombia Pacto Por El Deporte-GW Shimano) and Jhonatan Chaves (Villapinzón Terra de Ciclistas).

The last stage victory was achieved in Soacha by Jonathan Guatibonza (GW Shimano-Sidermc), beating Nelson Soto (Colombia Pacto Por El Deporte-GW Shimano) and Sebastián Albarracín (G. Comercial FZ-Distripuma) in the sprint.

Source: Revista Mundo Ciclístico