There was no stopping Australia's Ben Dyball as he took out the elite men's road race at the Oceania Road Cycling Championships held at Railton on Sunday.
The New South Wales rider broke away on the fifth of six laps and continued to extend his lead until the finish line, claiming the victory by four minutes and five seconds.
Dyball said inactivity from the other riders in the main group led to his attempt to breakaway and it proved top be the right call.
"The guys with the break were starting to miss turns, so I wanted to at least split it up on the second-last lap and no one followed me and I was lucky the gap kept pulling up," Dyball said.
"I sort of just kept following the BridgeLane riders (on the first lap) and it was attack after until there was a split of about 15 riders and it went from there."
New Zealand's Jason Christie and Australia's Chris Harper rounded out the podium, both finishing at 4:05 behind Dyball.
Australian dominated the under 23 race held within the elite race, with Western Australia's Tyler Lindorff winning the title from New South Wales pair Michael Potter and Peter Livingstone.
In the morning race, New Zealand's Ella Wyllie got away in the latter stages to win the 79km under 19 women's title.
Wyllie held off fellow New Zealander Hannah Bartram and Australia's Neve Bradbury, with the pair of riders finishing a second behind the winner.
Tasmanian hopeful Catelyn Turner was a further three second back and finished fifth behind Friday's time trial winner and fourth place finisher, Australia's Francesca Sewell.
Turner said she knew she would not be able to get over the top of the other top riders in a sprint finish, but she was unable to create a buffer.
"I am pretty happy with how I went and I was pretty aggressive through the race and I felt pretty strong through the race," Turner said.
"The sprint isn't my strongest point and I didn't quite have it at the end, but that it is racing I guess.
"I did a lot of attacks and was really aggressive at times, it hurt me at the end and I didn't want to die wondering."
The elite and under 23 women and under 19 men road races were held on Saturday with New Zealand's Sharlotte Lucas and Finn Fisher-Black and Australia's Sarah Gigante tasting success.
Lucas held off Australia's Justine Barrow and New Zealand's Kirsty McCallum for the elite women's title, Gigante won the under 23 women's race from Australia's Jemma Eastwood and New Zealand's Georgia Christie and Fisher-Black sprinted home from Australia's Sebastian Barrett and New Zealand's Josh Lane.