UCI Asia Tour 2012

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The UCI Asia Tour is the Asian road cycling calendar introduced by the World Cycling Association Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) for the 2005 season below the UCI ProTour (since 2011: UCI WorldTour ) and is part of the UCI Continental Circuits . The seventh season begins on October 1, 2011 and ends on September 30, 2012.

The one-day races and stage races of the UCI Asia Tour are divided into three categories (HC, 1 and 2). In each race, points are awarded for a rating. The Professional Continental Teams and the Continental Teams take part in this evaluation . ProTeams can also take part in the individual races, but the positions achieved by ProTeam drivers are not taken into account for the ranking.

The UCI announced on January 26, 2012 that the three Asian Continental Teams Tabriz Petrochemical Team , Terengganu Cycling Team and Azad University had the right to start all races in the first and second UCI categories due to their placement in a fictional ranking at the start of the season .

Total status

(Final result: September 30, 2012)

space driver team Points
1. Hossein Alīzādeh IranIran TPT 223
2. Stefan Schumacher GermanyGermany CWO 221.33
3. Andrea Guardini ItalyItaly FAR 216
4th Wong Kam Po Hong KongHong Kong 210
5. Taiji Nishitani JapanJapan AIS 207
6th Luka Mezgec SloveniaSlovenia SAK 186
7th José Serpa ColombiaColombia AND 180
8th. Mohd Harrif Saleh MalaysiaMalaysia TSG 145
9. Maximiliano Richeze ArgentinaArgentina PPO 129
10. Cameron Litter AustraliaAustralia CSS 121.33
11. Rhys Pollock AustraliaAustralia DPC 120
12. Justin Jules FranceFrance VRU 119
13. Martin Pedersen DenmarkDenmark CWO 117.33
14th Mohammed Adiq Husainie Othman * MalaysiaMalaysia CSS 114
15th Fortunato Baliani ItalyItaly PPO 113
16. Alexander Serebryakov RussiaRussia TT1 110
17th Hossein Askari IranIran TPT 109
18th Jake Keough United StatesUnited States UHC 106
19th Mohd Zamri Saleh MalaysiaMalaysia TSG 103
20th Murodjon Xolmurodov UzbekistanUzbekistan SLY 99
164. Peter Erdin * SwitzerlandSwitzerland ARH 16
259. Christian Poos LuxembourgLuxembourg CCD 6th
space team Points
1. Terengganu Cycling Team MalaysiaMalaysia 539
2. Tabriz Petrochemical Team IranIran 440
3. Christina Watches-Onfone DenmarkDenmark 432.98
4th Team Nippo JapanJapan 417
5. Champion system China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China 414.99
6th Aisan Racing Team JapanJapan 346
7th Androni Giocattoli Venezuela ItalyItaly 290
8th. Team Type 1-Sanofi United StatesUnited States 288
9. Genesys Wealth Advisers AustraliaAustralia 267
10. Farnese Vini-Selle Italia United KingdomUnited Kingdom 258
11. Azad University Cross Team IranIran 249
12. Drapac Cycling AustraliaAustralia 242
13. China 361 ° Cycling Team China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China 214
14th Rabobank Continental Team NetherlandsNetherlands 200.02
15th Sava SloveniaSlovenia 186
16. Andalucía SpainSpain 177
17th Continental Team Astana KazakhstanKazakhstan 174.01
18th Argos-Shimano team NetherlandsNetherlands 158
19th RusVelo RussiaRussia 158
20th Nutrixxion Abus GermanyGermany 154
44. ARBÖ Gebrüder Weiss-Oberndorfer AustriaAustria 39
54. Atlas Personal Jakroo SwitzerlandSwitzerland 16
61. Differdange-Magic-SportFood.de LuxembourgLuxembourg 6th
space nation Points
1. KazakhstanKazakhstan Kazakhstan 856.84
2. JapanJapan Japan 841
3. MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia 592
4th IranIran Iran 557
5. Hong KongHong Kong Hong Kong 449
6th Korea SouthSouth Korea South Korea 289
7th UzbekistanUzbekistan Uzbekistan 245
8th. IndonesiaIndonesia Indonesia 207
9. PhilippinesPhilippines Philippines 183
10. KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan 170
11. SingaporeSingapore Singapore 131
12. Chinese TaipeiChinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 81
13. VietnamVietnam Vietnam 73
14th China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China People's Republic of China 66.66
15th ThailandThailand Thailand 8th
16. MongoliaMongolia Mongolia 6th
17th United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 6th
18th SyriaSyria Syria 5
18th IraqIraq Iraq 5
space Nation ( U23 ) Points
1. KazakhstanKazakhstan Kazakhstan 613.34
2. MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia 183
3. JapanJapan Japan 116
4th IndonesiaIndonesia Indonesia 92
5. IranIran Iran 73
6th Hong KongHong Kong Hong Kong 73
7th VietnamVietnam Vietnam 53
8th. Korea SouthSouth Korea South Korea 46
9. PhilippinesPhilippines Philippines 43
10. SingaporeSingapore Singapore 35
11. Chinese TaipeiChinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 15th
12. IraqIraq Iraq 5

* U23 drivers

Regarding the rules of the individual ranking lists:

Racing calendar

October 2011

date run Cat. Result winner team
2nd - 12th IndonesiaIndonesia Tour d'Indonesia 2.2 Details AustraliaAustralia Eric Sheppard Plan B Racing Team
20.-28. China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Tour of Hainan 2.HC Details KazakhstanKazakhstan Valentin Iglinski Pro team Astana
23. Korea SouthSouth Korea Tour de Seoul 1.2 called off
23. JapanJapan Japan Cup 1.HC Details AustraliaAustralia Nathan Haas Genesys Wealth Advisers

November 2011

date run Cat. winner team
1-5 China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Tour of Taihu 2.2 RussiaRussia Boris Schpilewski Tabriz Petrochemical Team
12-13 JapanJapan Tour de Okinawa 2.2 JapanJapan Kazuhiro Mori Aisan Racing Team

December 2011

date run Cat. winner team
11. Hong KongHong Kong Tour of South China Sea 1.2 called off


date run Cat. winner team
22nd IndiaIndia Tour of Mumbia I. 1.2 called off
26th IndiaIndia Tour of Mumbia II 1.1 called off
29 IndiaIndia Tour of Mumbia III 1.1 called off


date run Cat. winner team
5th – 10th QatarQatar Tour of Qatar 2.HC BelgiumBelgium Tom Boonen Omega Pharma-Quick Step
14.-19. OmanOman Tour of Oman 2.HC SlovakiaSlovakia Peter Velits Omega Pharma-Quick Step
15th MalaysiaMalaysia Asian Championship - Individual Time Trial CC KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan Eugen Wacker Kyrgyzstan
15th MalaysiaMalaysia Asian Championship - Individual Time Trial (U23) CC IranIran Arvin Moazzemi Iran
17th MalaysiaMalaysia Asian Championship - Road Race (U23) CC JapanJapan Tomohiro Kinoshita Japan
18th MalaysiaMalaysia Asian Championship - Road Race CC Hong KongHong Kong Wong Kam Po Hong Kong
24.-4. MalaysiaMalaysia Tour de Langkawi 2.HC ColombiaColombia José Serpa Androni Giocattoli Venezuela


date run Cat. winner team
10-16 Chinese TaipeiChinese Taipei Tour de Taiwan 2.1 AustraliaAustralia Rhys Pollock Drapac Cycling
23–4 PakistanPakistan Tour de Pakistan 2.2 not carried out
25th IndiaIndia Tour de India III 1.1 not carried out
28. IndiaIndia Tour de India I. 1.2 not carried out


date run Cat. winner team
1. IndiaIndia Tour de India II 1.2 not carried out
1-6 ThailandThailand Tour of Thailand 2.2 AustraliaAustralia Mitchell Lovelock-Fay Australia
14.-17. PhilippinesPhilippines Le Tour de Filipinas 2.2 PhilippinesPhilippines Baler Ravina GO21
22nd MalaysiaMalaysia Melaka Governor Cup 1.2 called off
22-29 Korea SouthSouth Korea Tour de Korea 2.2 Korea SouthSouth Korea Sung Baek Park KSPO
27. – 1. MalaysiaMalaysia Tour of Borneo 2.2 New ZealandNew Zealand Michael Torckler PureBlack Racing Team


date run Cat. winner team
8-13 MalaysiaMalaysia Jelajah Malaysia 2.2 UzbekistanUzbekistan Yusup Abrekov Uzbekistan Suren team
11-16 IranIran Azerbaïjan tour 2.2 SpainSpain Javier Ramírez Andalucía
20.-27. JapanJapan Tour of Japan 2.2 ItalyItaly Fortunato Baliani Team Nippo
20th - 24th IranIran Tour de Persian Gulf 2.2 called off
31. – 3. JapanJapan Tour de Kumano 2.2 ItalyItaly Fortunato Baliani Team Nippo


date run Cat. winner team
4-10 IndonesiaIndonesia Tour de Singkarak 2.2 SpainSpain Óscar Pujol Azad University Cross Team
16. SyriaSyria Golan I 1.2 called off
16.-17. IndonesiaIndonesia Tour de Jakarta 2.2 PhilippinesPhilippines Chris Joven American vinyl LPGMA
18th SyriaSyria Golan II 1.2 called off
29.-12. China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Tour of Qinghai Lake 2.HC IranIran Hossein Alīzādeh Tabriz Petrochemical Team


date run Cat. winner team
25-29 IranIran Kerman tour 2.2 called off
29. – 1. IndonesiaIndonesia Tour of East Java 2.2 KazakhstanKazakhstan Ivan Zissaruk Astana Track Team


date run Cat. winner team
1-5 IranIran Tour of Milad du Nour 2.2 called off
7-12 China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Tour of China I 2.1 DenmarkDenmark Martin Pedersen Christina Watches-Onfone
15-17 JapanJapan Tour de Hokkaido 2.2 ArgentinaArgentina Maximiliano Richeze Team Nippo
15-23 China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Tour of China II 2.1 GermanyGermany Stefan Schumacher Christina Watches-Onfone
26.-30. BruneiBrunei Tour de Brunei 2.2 IranIran Hossein Askari Tabriz Petrochemical Team

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. UCI Press release from January 26th, 2012: UCI Continental Circuits: publication of the list of UCI Continental teams automatically invited  ( page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@ 2Template: Dead Link / www.uci.ch