The 29-year-old rider completed the 28km race in 58:03.
Ireland’s Eddie Dunbar was the second rider to finish, with Polish racer Michal Kwiatkowski completing the podium.
The event saw the team’s riders go head-to-head as they tackled Alpe d’Zwift, which is modelled on the real-life Alpe d’Huez.
“Today was pretty good. Yesterday was a training day – I had seven-minute efforts with three-minutes recovery or semi-recovery. It was a bit of insight as to what the climb would actually be like.
“At the moment no one is allowed to ride with anybody, so we’re lucky to have technology like this and to be able to still do something for our sponsors and fans and keep them in the loop of what we’re doing as pros.”
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