Also after stage 2 at this year's Tour du Rwanda the lead in the GC has changed again. After yesterday's solo from Rwandan Joseph Areruya, it was the Swiss rider Simon Pellaud who soloed to victory on today's stage at Tour of Rwanda. After 180 tough kilometers with 6 categorized KOM, he coud escape in the final descent and reached the finish with a gap of 1:30 that brought him also the yellow jersey.
Kenyan rider Suleiman Kangangi from BIKE AID finished 4th and ranks also 4th now in GC. His team mate Nikodemus Holler came in as 12th with around 3:30 back and is also ranking 12th in GC now.