By Scott Miles of Warriors Cycling
Colorado Native Josh Tostada (Giant) won the second annual Breckenridge 100 on Saturday finishing a full thirty-five minutes ahead of National Ultra MTB Series leader Harlan Price (Independent Fabrication).
Being the first western stop on the inaugural National Ultra Series and the third stop on the Rocky Mountain Ultra Series, the field of about 100 racers was comprised of every caliber of athlete - from elite pro's to aspiring novice endurance riders; including more non-Coloradoans than expected.
Altitude (such as the high point of the course at 13,426') seemed to take it's toll on a few but surprisingly the riders from outside of the state did very well; in fact the top finishers in almost every category were non Coloradoans.
See the entire race report, results and photos for the Breckenridge 100 here.