WESTERN Australia's Luke Durbridge and Robert Power ruled Toowoomba's roads in Sunday's finale to the Oceania cycling championships.
It was a one-two finish for the guns from the west as Durbridge won the 142km race in 3hours 31.46minutes.
Power crossed the line in the same time and won the under-23 title.
Bendigo's Robbie Hucker, racing for Drapac Pro Cycling was 19th at 3.08 minutes behind Durbridge.
Hucker's team-mate, Lachlan Norris from Barkers Creek was 22th at +5.29.
Another of Drapac's aces, Bendigo's Darren Lapthorne did not finish.
Now based in South Australia, George Tansley from Mandurang was third in the under-23s event.
Just 32 of 127 starters finished the elite and under-23 men's race on the Goombungee circuit.
Norris was third in the Friday's individual time trial at the Oceania titles.