Page and Elliot win at Gloucester opener

Huge turn out at first GP Gloucester

Jonathan Page (Planet Bike) treated his New England fans to a solo victory, while giving his competitors a lesson in mud racing at the Gran Prix of Gloucester’s round one. Jamey Driscoll (Cyclocrossworld.com) gritted his teeth to hang on to a distant second place ahead of a battle for third that was eventually won by Chris Jones (Champion System).

"This is what I was looking for today and the conditions made it that way, one step and a time and this is just the beginning," said Page who enjoyed an over-sized glass of beer courtesy of sponsored Great Brewers. "I’m in good form and I’d like to keep it that way. My whole family plus a van load of friends came down to watch and it’s good to have them here."

Page welcomed the victory after rolling a total of three tires in the previous weekend’s Planet Bike Cup held in Madison, Wisconsin. What could have been two potential wins ended in two hard-fought third place finishes. According to Page, no-one was to blame for the unfortunate mechanicals.

"I glued a lot of tires this week," laughed Page, in reference to his mechanical-free ride today. "I know I have good form and I’m just glad that everything came together and I’m just happy to be in front of New England and my family, it’s a lot of fun."

The Gran Prix of Gloucester weekend holds a place on both the North American Cyclo-Cross Trophy (NACT) series and the Verge New England series. Page currently leads the NACT series which began at Star Crossed and Rad Racing two weeks ago. Dan Timmerman (Richard Sachs/RGM Watches) leads the second series after his wins in season openers held in Vermont the previous weekend.

Mud and cyclo-cross 101

The rain started in the early morning and poured persistently upon on the elite men as they lined in preparation for the mud, guts and glory of New England cyclo-cross’s famed Gran Prix of Gloucester. There aren’t too many cyclo-cross riders who can handle thick, sloppy mud as well as the 2007 World Championship silver medallist Jonathan Page.

"I had to laugh this morning when I woke up to a real down pour," Page said. "It just made for a real fun race. You can’t not have fun when you’re a grown man riding around in the mud. I get paid to do it and it’s a hell of a job!"

Born and raised in Tilton, New Hampshire, the New Englander is no stranger to the cruel autumn conditions that make ‘cross racing in this region so comparable to Belgian conditions.

Page wasted no time separating himself from his opponents, padding nearly 30 seconds by the end of the second lap. Tim Johnson (Cyclocrossworld.com) followed closely for a short period, but the effort proved to be too demanding for his first race back after separating his shoulder two weeks ago.

Page displayed his technical talent, negotiating slick turns, taking advantage of minute patches of grass and powering his way through the mud. Asked if he was surprised to look over his shoulder and see no company Page simply said, "That’s the way I like it. I’ll just say it’s nice to be alone."

Driscoll worked his way forward after a slower start and found himself on the heels of Page, riding in second place four laps into the race. Driscoll, 22, joined forces with cyclocrossworld.com last year and is one of America’s rising talents. He displayed his strength this year with a podium finish in the season opener, Rad Racing, followed by winning Cross Vegas.

"Vegas was a pure surprise for me just because of all the riders that were there and it was cool to pull that off because it is such a cool yet different race from everything else," Driscoll said. "Here, it’s a pretty good test of how you’re riding fitness-wise because as much as it is skills in the mud, there is a lot of strength involved too. I was happy to pull off a second."

The battle for the scraps

First and second place was sewn up long before the closing laps and the real racing came from behind between Jones, Johnson and Andy Jacques-Maynes (Bissell). The third and last step the podium was prestigious given the quality of the field, the plentiful series’ points and the large cash prizes on offer.

Jacques-Maynes caught and passed Johnson on the fourth lap. Johnson, a former US National Champion, yo-yoed on and off Jacques-Maynes' pace. Jones bridged across to the pair with four laps to go. His catch seemed to come out of no where, but according to Jones, he chose a more conservative start to avoid crashing and made up ground little by little.

"Normally I go really hard in the mud and the rain and I get out there and I crash," Jones said. "This time I decided to take it easy on the first lap, keep it upright and see how that went. It worked. I kept picking guys off and guys were bobbling or making silly mistakes. I didn’t crash at all today, the first time in the mud."

Jones and Jacques-Maynes both put in several strong attacks in the final two laps, as they tried to rid themselves of one another. Meanwhile Johnson hung on in the train’s third position. Jacques-Maynes was the first to fall off the pace. Jones put in one more attack with half a lap to go, enough to solo in for third place.

"Last time I did this was in 2007 and it felt like a grass crit," Jones said. "Today it was definitely a course that you had to take one step at a time. The running and all the pedaling took its toll on me. Jonathan, I didn’t even know he was in the race anymore he was so far ahead of us. I heard his name a couple of times but I never saw him. Maybe tomorrow I’ll take a faster start."

Round two of the Gran Prix of Gloucester will continue tomorrow under predicted sunny skies.

Women's Elite Report

Natasha Elliott (Garneau Club Chaussure Ogilvy) kicked off the opening round of the Gran Prix of Gloucester in winning fashion. It was a victory that indicates she is well on her way to success at the upcoming Canadian National Championships, to be held in Argyll Park in Edmonton, Alberta on October 10.

"I was a little bit nervous and I hope everything will go well next weekend," said Elliott. "The off camber sections, the mud and some of the tricky sections I was riding better. I knew that if I was still with them on the last lap I could attack on the off camber and it worked out well."

Mountain bike professional Amanda Carey (Kenda/Trainwitheric) led the field for the majority of the race but slipped into second place on the last lap ahead of former Canadian National Champion Lyne Bessette (October Factory Racing).

"I thought I’d give it a try," said Amanda, who hails from the high desert of Victor, Idaho. "I’m a mountain biker and I tend to focus on endurance type stuff. All my friends are getting into ‘cross and I was getting jealous because they looked like they were having a lot of fun. I like to ride for 100 miles so I figured suffering in small packages I could probably pull off too."

Elliott is leading the Verge New England Cyclo-cross series after her two victories and a second place. She chose to focus on the one series to limit travel time and optimize funding. The Gran Prix of Gloucester is also a key to the North American Cyclo-Cross Trophy (NACT) series, which Sue Butler (Monavie-Cannondale) currently leads.

"That was one of my goals this year was to not run around the US and do all different series'," Elliott said. "I want to just focus on one. I chose the Verge series because a lot of the races are close to home and it's good competition."

And then there were three...

The morning rain softened the grassy terrain but by the time the elite women race started there was no grass to be seen. The Stage Fort Park, host of the Gran Prix of Gloucester, was one giant mud slide by mid-afternoon. Some 40 women took their places at the starting gates on the tarmac and it was Elliott who scored the hole-shot onto the mud.

A leading group of six riders separated themselves on the first lap. They included Elliott, Bessette, Carey, along with Laura van Gilder (C3 Athletes Serving Athletes), Maureen Bruno Roy (MM Racing/Seven Cycles), Sue Butler (Monavie-Cannondale), Kristin Gavin (Human Zoom) and Amy Dombroski (Richard Sachs).

Elliott set a strong pace from the start that no one could follow. She continued through the slick twists and turns of the opening lap with impeccable skill and an advantage of nearly 10 seconds. Shortly into the second lap, power-house combo Bessette and Carey bridged across to the escapee for a three-way battle to the end.

Carey, a cyclo-cross newcomer, used her ample mountain biking experience to plough her way through the muddy conditions at top speed. She gained valuable time on Bessette and Elliott who were forced to take turns closing the margin.

"I went for the whole mountain biker strategy, the gun goes off and you pin it," said Carey. "There is no strategy; you just go until you’re empty. I never ride mud because I’m from out west where it’s high and dry. You have to trust your bike. I learn something new every corner."

Bessette fell off pace several times but she remained persistent and used her years of experience and patience to bring back both riders. She is a retired professional road cyclist who turned to cyclo-cross as her next endeavour. Her accomplishments extend to three national titles to placing inside the top ten on the International Cyclist Union World-Cup circuit.

Through cyclo-cross is now just a past-time, the ever athletic French-Canadian is pursuing new challenges. "I’m competing in the Toronto marathon next week," said Bessette, who has won the Gran Prix of Gloucester on six occasions. "And I’m preparing to compete in the Hawaii IronMan next year."

The trio took turns taking the lead over the course of the remaining lap but in the end it was Elliott who manoeuvred her way off the front one last time and held a several second advantage across the finish line.

"I knew if I was on the front I could ride away from them," Elliott said. "So I tried to make sure I could get on them, I got around them, got out front and it worked out well. I’m definitely looking to win again tomorrow."
 

Elite Men
1Jonathan Page (Planet Bike)0:55:44 
2Jamey Driscoll (Bikereg.Com / Cannondale)0:01:47 
3Christopher Jones0:02:16 
4Timothy Johnson (Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.Com)0:02:27 
5Andy Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:02:54 
6Joachim Parbo (Ccv Leopard Cycles)0:03:35 
7Jesse Anthony (Jamis Bicycles)0:03:53 
8Luke Keough (Clnoonan/Kam/Coast To Coast)0:04:00 
9Tim Van Nuffel (Rendementhypo Cycling Team)0:04:05 
10Jeremy Powers (Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.Com)0:05:20 
11Jerome Townsend (Bikereg.Com / Joe's Garage / If)0:05:23 
12Davide Frattini (Team Fuji)0:05:27 
13Osmond Bakker (Emd Serono-Specialized)0:05:57 
14William Dugan (Team Type 1)0:06:00 
15Derrick St John (Garneau Club Chaussure Ogilvy)0:06:13 
16Dave Hackworthy (Plan C)0:06:24 
17Adam Myerson (Team Mountain Khakis)  
18Dylan mcnicholas (Ccb Racing)0:07:01 
19Ethan Gilmour0:07:13 
20Dan Timmerman (Bikereg.Com/Cannondale)0:07:48 
21Justin Lindine (Bikereg.Com / Joe's Garage / If)0:08:04 
22Joshua Dillon (Richard Sachs - Rgm Watches - Radix)0:08:23 
23Gavin Mannion (Hot Tubes Junior Development Team)0:08:43 
24Christian Favata (Favata's Tablerock Tours And Bikes)0:08:50 
25Andrew Wulfkuhle (C3-Athletes Serving Athletes)0:09:09 
26Mike Garrigan (La Biccletta)0:09:25 
27Hugo Rus Martinez (Sanse-Spiuh)0:09:45 
28Justin Spinelli (Svelte Cycles)0:09:54 
29Nathaniel Ward (Bikereg.Com / Joe's Garage / If)0:10:18 
30Patrick Bradley (Rutgers University Cycling Team)0:10:49 
31Andrew Crooks (Nyc Velo)0:11:02 
32Aroussen Laflamme (Garneau-Clubchaussures-Ogylviereneault)0:11:41 
1 lapRichard Visinski (Echappe Equipment Elite Team)  
1 lapEmmanuel Goguen (Bikereg.Com / Joe's Garage / If)  
1 lapJohn Burns (Bikeman.Com)  
1 lapCorey Lowe (Stage 1 / Cannondale)  
1 lapPhilip Wong (Seaside Cycle)  
1 lapWayne Bray (Syracuse Bicycle / Spokepost.Com)  
1 lapColin Reuter (International Bicycle Mtb Team)  
1 lapMichael Loranty (Spooky/Wells Fargo)  
1 lapPeter Bradshaw (Embrocation Cycling Journal)  
1 lapMathew Ankney (Mercy Cycling Team)  
1 lapKevin Wolfson (Bikereg.Com / Joe's Garage / If)  
1 lapJohn Hanson (If/Lionette's)  
1 lapPeter Hurst (Rapha Racing)  
1 lapThierry Laliberte (Probikepool / Kuota)  
1 lapWilliam Elliston (Van Dessel Factory Team)  
1 lapJoshua Bartlett (Land Rover-Orbea)  
1 lapTed Willard (Team Bearclaw)  
1 lapRyan Kelly (Noreast Cycling)  
1 lapBill Marshall Jr (Mercy Elite Cycling)  
1 lapJ Gabriel Lloyd (Echappe Equipment Elite Team)  
1 lapMatthew Green (Spooky Bikes)  
1 lapMatthew Spohn (Dynaflo Racing)  
1 lapMichael Norton (Ysg Racing: Team Metra/Wendy's P/B Cycle 54)  
1 lapDaniel Zotter (Team Rog)  
DSQTrenton Ashburn (Wheelworks)  
Elite Women
1Natasha Elliott (Garneau Club Chaussure Ogilvy)0:34:58 
2Amanda Carey (Kenda/Trainwitheric.com)0:00:05 
3Lyne Bessette (October Factory Racing)0:00:12 
4Maureen Bruno Roy (MM Racing p/b Seven Cycles)0:00:17 
5Susan Butler (Monavie-Cannondale.com)0:00:25 
6Laura Van Gilder (C3 Athletes Serving Athletes)0:01:08 
7Andrea Smith (Minuteman Road Club)0:01:15 
8Nicole Thiemann (Human Zoom Pabst Blue Ribbon)0:01:33 
9Amy Dombroski (Richard Sachs/RGM Watches/Radix)0:01:55 
10Rebecca Wellons (Team Plan C)0:02:09 
11Anna Milkowski (BikeReg.com / Joe's Garage / IF)0:02:12 
12Kristin Gavin (Human Zoom/Pabst Blue Ribbon)0:02:18 
13Sara Bresnick-Zocchi (Pedalpowercoaching.com/Landry's Bicycles)0:02:51 
14Gesa Bruechman (Stevens Racing Team)0:02:54 
15Karen Potter (Zanconato)0:02:59 
16Crystal Anthony (Minuteman Road Club)0:03:19 
17Cris Rothfuss (Seven Cycles)0:03:20 
18Anna Barensfeld (Minuteman Road Club)0:03:25 
19Sally Annis (Hub Racing)0:03:49 
20Linnea Koons (October Factory Racing)0:04:11 
21Perri Mertens (Embrocation Cycling Journal / Mad Alchemy)0:04:30 
22Lauri Webber (Secret Henry's Team)0:04:48 
23Ann D'Ambruoso (Minuteman Road Club)0:04:56 
24Arielle Filliberti0:05:19 
25Katrina (Trina) Baumsteiger (Team Rambuski Law)0:05:26 
26Anna McLoon (Altarum Women's Cycling Team)0:05:29 
27Emma Bast (Cycle-Smart / NCC)0:05:42 
28Rebecca Blatt (US Army/ Central Wheel)0:05:46 
29Kate Harris (October Factory Racing)0:06:13 
30Sarah Krzysiak (Syracuse Bicycle/Spokepost.com)0:07:00 
31Melissa Ross (Landry's Bicycles)0:07:30 
32Christina Tamilio (Minuteman Road Club)0:07:50 
33Callie Gordon (Cyclocrossworld.com)0:08:34 
34Kristine Church (Human Zoom/ Pabst Blue Ribbon)0:09:07 
35Natalie Dumont (Gearworks / Spinarts)0:09:32 
Category 3 Men
1Brian Wilichoski0:42:36 
2Kevin Sweeney (International Bicycle Center)0:00:32 
3Guenter Hofer0:00:53 
4Cary Fridrich (Cambridge Bicycle)0:01:10 
5Collin Huston (Cl Noonan/Coast To Coast/Kam)0:01:13 
6Gregory Whitney0:01:42 
7Greg Burbidge (Claremont Cycle Depot)0:02:07 
8Colin Murphy (Spooky/Ncc/Kenda Cycling Team)0:02:10 
9Christopher Laflamme (Southern Maine Cycling Club)0:02:15 
10Peter Ozolins (Chriscookies/Swancycles)0:02:15 
11Josh Austin (Noreast Cycling)0:02:40 
12Scott Rosenthal (Hup United)0:03:05 
13sebastien dumont (Cape Cod Cyclist)0:03:10 
14Richard Brooks0:03:13 
15michael wissell0:03:13 
16Matthew Buckley (Cl Noonan/Coast To Coast/Kam)0:03:14 
17Daniel Larino (Bwt Marble & Granite/Pete's Bike & Fitn)0:03:14 
18Matthew Simpson (Team Pedro's)0:03:17 
19Glen Gollrad (Colavita Racing)0:03:19 
20Ryan O'Hara (Cambridge Bicycle)0:03:20 
21Colin Rowan (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:03:20 
22Eric Goodson (Boston Road Club)0:03:22 
23Gregory Vigneaux0:03:22 
24Synjen Marrocco0:03:41 
25Bill Kenney (Bikebarnracing.Com)0:03:48 
26Christopher Raymond (Colavita Racing Inc.)0:03:57 
27Chris Haeni (Minuteman Road Club)0:04:03 
28Evan Huff (Northampton Cycling Club)0:04:17 
29R. Michael McKittrick (Cambridge Bicycle)  
30Corey Masson (Minuteman Road Club)0:04:20 
31Kristopher Dobie (Embrocation Cycling Journal)0:04:32 
32Timothy Young (Noreast Cycling)0:04:34 
33Thomas Needham (Hup United)0:04:35 
34Douglas Kennedy0:04:38 
35Daniel Ouellette0:04:56 
36Kenneth Ambach0:05:00 
37Jason Moriarty0:05:09 
38Sam Dodge (Stage 1 / Fusionthink)0:05:09 
39Eric Silva (Quadcycles)0:05:13 
40Christopher Bailey (Team Pedro's)0:05:15 
41Scott Glowa (Cambridge Bicycle)0:05:16 
42Jackson Weber0:05:19 
43Cory Johannessen (Threshold Cycling)0:05:19 
44Alex Ebright (Dcmtb)0:05:27 
45Nicholas Mashburn (Cambridge Bicycle)0:05:31 
46Kansas Waugh (Jonathan Adler Racing)0:05:37 
47Doug Aspinwall (Joe's Garage)0:05:40 
48Jeremy Jo (Quadcycles)0:05:58 
49David Hildebrand (Capital Velo Club / Vernon Cycle)0:05:59 
50Keith Reynolds (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:06:13 
51Joseph Tramontano (Connecticut Coast Cycling)0:06:14 
52Garett Burke0:06:21 
53Paul Novotasky Jr. (Delta Surveying Services)0:06:21 
54Robert Mayer (Cambridge Bicycle)0:06:29 
55Carey Murphy (Comprehensive Racing/Salem Cycle)0:06:37 
56Sean Sullivan (Essex County Velo (Ecv))0:06:41 
57Michael Sabatini (Team Pedro's)0:06:49 
58Jeffrey Bramhall (Hup United)0:06:55 
59Kevin Kerwood (Joe's Garage)0:07:05 
60Morgan Hiller (Cl Noonan/Coast To Coast/Kam)0:07:06 
61Kyle Smith (Cambridge Bicycle)0:07:06 
62Michael Bennett (Minuteman Road Club)0:07:09 
63Christian Eager (Quadcycles)0:07:13 
64Christopher White (B.O.B. Cycling)0:07:14 
65Oscar Jimenez (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:07:18 
66Todd Jakubek (Colavita Racing)0:07:21 
67Zachary Wills (International Bicycle Centers)0:07:24 
68Brian Hayes0:07:27 
69Chuck Nguyen (Cyclonauts Racers Inc.)0:07:27 
70Matthew Spence (Onion River Sports)0:07:29 
71Scott Frison (New Haven Bicycling Club/Devils Gear Bike Shop)0:07:30 
72Peter Baiamonte (Brooklyn Velo Force)0:07:33 
73Bryan McGill (Madcity Velo Club)0:07:40 
74Ronald Steers0:07:44 
75Gregory Brown (New Hampshire Cycling Club)0:07:46 
76David Chiu (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:08:04 
77Joshua Wright0:08:08 
78Jacob Sisson (Wildthyme/Hampton Velo Presented By If)0:08:24 
79Matthew Spaits (Cambridge Bicycle)0:08:25 
80Jeffrey Ziegler0:08:26 
81Steven Hopengarten (Green Line Velo)0:08:32 
82George Hanna (Flying Penguins)0:08:49 
83Robert Biese (Team Vortex)0:09:45 
84Jason White (Trt Bikes / Segway Of The Hudson Valley)0:09:51 
85David Stallings (Back Bay Cycling Club)0:10:02 
86Eric Wemhoff0:10:17 
87David Patnaude (Minuteman Road Club)0:10:27 
88David Devine (Watchung Wheelmen)0:10:27 
89Jason Parkin (Blue Ribbon-Translations.Com)0:10:32 
90Eben Weiss (Gs Gotham/Toga Bikes)0:10:35 
91Justin Ziemba (Hup United)0:10:46 
92Michael Cook (Minuteman Road Club)0:10:59 
93John Abrahamsen (Flying Penguins)0:11:06 
94Peter Miller0:11:12 
95Steven Colangeli (Onion River Sports)  
96Patrick Snoop  
97Vincent Galatro (Flying Penguins)  
98Christophe Jammet (Fgx Racing)  
99Leyton Murray (Wonder Wheel)  
100Gregg Griffo (Team Rog)  
101Steven Robbins (Joe's Garage)  
102Eric Schillinger (Cbrc)  
103Ian Sutton (Quadcycles)  
104Louis Montgrain  
105Mark Robson (Cycle-Smart)  
106Richard Bravo (Rapha Racing)  
Juniors 15-18
1Evan McNeely (EMD Serono / Specialized)0:40:29 
2Jeffrey Bahnson (Thule / Van Dessel)0:00:27 
3Karl Hoppner (EMD Serono Specialized)0:01:50 
4Kiernan Orange (Ride with Rendall)0:02:10 
5Paul Lynch (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast/KAM)0:02:20 
6Jesse Keough (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:03:05 
7Nate Morse (CL Noonan/Coast to Coast/KAM)0:03:46 
8Ryan Packard0:04:10 
9Gunnar Bergey0:04:36 
10Curtis White (Capital Bicycle Racing Club)0:05:27 
11Joshua Lehmann (NorEast Cycling)0:05:42 
12Benjamin Salibra (Century Road Club Association)0:06:00 
13Forrest Conrad (Secret Henry's Team)0:07:17 
14Zachary Bender (Cycle-Smart Inc.)0:09:11 
15Jack MacClarence (Farm Team Cycling)0:11:47 
16Kyle Miller (Henry's Bikes)0:12:43 
17Kellan Humphries (BIKEMAN.COM)0:12:48 
18Ian Moore (BIKEMAN.COM)0:13:12 
19Andrew Davies (Papa Wheelies)0:15:28 
1 lapTom Goguen (Minuteman Road Club)  
1 lapSean Suprenant (CCB Racing)  
1 lapTomas Jurgensen (QuadCycles)  
Cat 1-3 Masters 35+
1Jonathan Bold (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:49:42 
2Kevin Hines (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:00:43 
3Mark McCormack (Team FUJI/Clif Bar)0:01:21 
4Robert Hult (Fitchburg Cycling Club)0:01:33 
5Roger Aspholm (Westwood Velo)0:01:42 
6Pascal BussiFres (Warrior Racing)0:02:02 
7John Foley0:02:09 
8Steve Proulx (Stevens Racing)0:02:18 
9Erik Gutbier (Clinton Cycling Club)0:02:26 
10Michael Rowell (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:02:31 
11Jonathan Bruno (IF/Lionette's Cycling Team)0:02:35 
12Kurt Perham0:02:47 
13Curtis Boivin (Providence Velo Presented by Refunds Now)0:02:54 
14Jeff Molongoski (Joe's Garage)0:03:10 
15Peter Sullivan0:03:42 
16Sean Groom (Squadra Coppi)0:03:43 
17Ryan LaRocque (Team Bike Alley)0:03:51 
18Jonathan Bernhard (CCB Racing)0:03:51 
19Keith Gauvin0:03:59 
20Alan Starrett (Bikeman.com)0:04:04 
21Marc Boudreau (Ride with Rendall)0:04:15 
22Matthew Myette0:04:24 
23William Shattuck (bikebarnracing.com)0:04:35 
24Damien Colfer0:04:36 
25Ryan Rumsey0:04:42 
26Aaron Millett (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:05:02 
27Todd Burns0:05:08 
28Marc Vettori (Charm City Cycling LLC)0:05:24 
29Matthew Howard (Empire Cycling)0:05:50 
30Stephan Marcoux (Bikeman.com)0:05:54 
31Sheldon Miller0:06:01 
32Joseph Piccillo (Evolution Racing)0:06:03 
33Ciaran Mangan (CCB Racing)0:06:04 
34Matthew Domnarski0:06:12 
35Kelly Cline (Club Wissahickon)0:06:21 
36Charles Robidoux0:06:22 
37Chris Samuel (Pro Pedals Bike Shop)0:06:44 
38Donald Snoop Jr (Verge Sport / Test Pilot)0:06:53 
39Matthew Theodore (Cape Cod Cyclist)0:07:04 
40Scott Brooks (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:07:12 
41Michael Zocchi (Landrys)0:07:16 
42Martin Valiquette (EnCoeur-SkiVelo)0:07:16 
43Steven Roszko (BikeReg.com Cycling Club)0:07:17 
44Maxwell Kullaway (Hup United)0:07:20 
45Jeffrey Ferraro (Greater Hartford Cycling Club)0:07:32 
46Greg Ferguson (Pa. Elite Velo)0:07:32 
47Doug Karet0:07:44 
48Jeffrey Gelt (Greater Hartford Cycling Club)0:07:46 
49Charles Erndl (DeathRow Velo)0:07:46 
50Ian Modestow (Joe's Garage)0:07:49 
51Robert Kramer (Ridley Factory Team)0:07:51 
52Chad Culbertson (Guys Racing Club)0:08:02 
53Daniel Coady (We Love Bicycles)0:08:07 
54Gary David (Minuteman Road Club)0:08:34 
55Wade Summers (Horst-Benidorm-PRC Cycling Team)0:08:40 
56Gary Aspnes (Horst-Benidorm-PRC Cycling Team)0:08:48 
57Brant Hornberger (BikeReg.com Cycling Club)0:08:55 
58Erik Olson (Team Bike Alley)0:09:02 
59Kyle Wolfe (Clinton Cycling Club)0:09:07 
60Gerald Chabot (Providence Velo Presented by Refunds Now)0:09:10 
61Christopher Facas (Westwood Cycle/Trade Manage Capital)0:09:22 
62Michael Magur (Verge Sport / Test Pilot)0:09:33 
63Kevin Buckley (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:10:23 
64Drew Davis (Minuteman Road Club)0:10:34 
65Steven Lehmann (NorEast Cycling)0:11:17 
66Geoffrey Williams (Providence Velo Club)0:11:33 
67Paul Boudreau (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:11:33 
68Alexis Arapoff0:11:39 
69Paul DeBartolo (GS Gotham/Toga Bikes)0:12:34 
70Michael Cole (Minuteman Road Club)0:13:52 
1 lapByron Holt  
1 lapDon Catlin  
1 lapGerald Harris  
1 lapRobert Bauer (Minuteman Road Club)  
1 lapJamie Ryan-White  
Masters 45+
1Troy Kimball (Westwood Cycle/Trade Manage Capital)0:40:50 
2Samuel Morse (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:00:03 
3John Mosher (Team Wheelworks)0:00:18 
4Mark Gunsalus (T.E.A.M. Fuji)0:00:37 
5Robert Orange (Ride with Rendall)0:01:27 
6Edwin Rambuski (Team Rambuski Law)0:02:01 
7Donald Seib0:02:28 
8Christopher Long (GS Gotham/Toga Bikes)0:02:39 
9Mark Suprenant (Team Type 1)0:02:53 
10Robert Downs (Planet Bike)0:03:08 
11Robert Bisson (Gear Works/Spin Arts Cyclery)0:03:25 
12Timothy Groesbeck (CCB)0:03:29 
13Steve Arsenault (Monadnock Cycling Club)0:03:30 
14Keith Button (NorEast Cycling)0:03:41 
15Anders Larson (Bikeman.com)0:03:44 
16Paul Nyberg (Horst-Benidorm-PRC Cycling Team)0:03:49 
17Eric Carlson0:03:56 
18Andrew Durham (CCB Racing)0:04:08 
19Eric Marro (B.O.B. Cycling)0:04:08 
20Kevin Callahan (Mass Bay Road Club)0:04:14 
21Wayne Cunningham (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:04:15 
22Mitchell Medeiros0:04:17 
23Jonathan Tarbox (Delta Surveying Services)0:04:26 
24Brian McInnis (JRA Cycles)0:04:49 
25Paul Lynch (Mass Bay Road Club)0:04:49 
26Jeffrey Corish0:04:56 
27David Foley (B.O.B. Cycling)0:04:59 
28William Stevens (Gear Works/Spin Arts Cyclery)0:05:21 
29Charles Bourdages (NorEast Cycling)0:05:36 
30Timothy Shea (B.O.B. Cycling)0:05:37 
31Michael Christy (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:05:49 
32Christopher Burke (Providence Velo Presented by Refunds Now)0:06:01 
33John Adamik (Essex County Velo)0:06:02 
34John Baker (Paradise Racing)0:06:13 
35George Gagnon (Nault's Cyclery / Naults.com)0:06:16 
36Skip Johnson (ecv)0:06:24 
37Dennis Flanagan (mtbmind.com)0:06:30 
38Larry Kaufman (Pure Energy Racing)0:06:33 
39William Doonan (Millwork One)0:06:36 
40Robert Naser0:06:58 
41Charles McDaniel (Secret Henry's Team)0:07:07 
42David Leedberg (Gear Works/Spin Arts Cyclery)0:07:19 
43Stuart Thorne (US National Team)0:07:34 
44Joel Page (Onion River Sports)0:07:36 
45Theo Kindermans0:08:09 
46Daniel Russell (Mass Bay Road Club)0:08:21 
47Peter Crowley (NCC/BikeReg.com)0:08:44 
48George Benington (OA/CycleMania)0:09:20 
49Doug Nagel (Evolution Racing)0:09:24 
50J Casey Lindstrom (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:09:42 
51Joseph Lellman (Northampton Cycling Club)0:09:45 
52Michael Jinks (BikeWorks Racing)0:10:19 
53Joseph Rapuano (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:10:54 
54Jay Mongillo (Clinton Cycling Club)0:11:13 
55Jorge Hernandez (Minuteman Road Club)0:11:24 
56Robert Vaughan (Colavita Racing)0:12:35 
57Dusan Strika (Kissena Cycling Club)0:12:52 
58Scott Roy (MBRC/Bicycle Link)0:13:01 
59Daniel O'Neill (New Hampshire Cycling Club)0:13:19 
1 lapLouis D'Amelio (Pure Energy Racing)  
1 lapGary Snyder (Evolution Racing)  
1 lapWilliam Bray (saucon valley bikes)  
1 lapRoger Parker  
1 lapRichard Hislop (QuadCycles)  
Masters 55+
1Edward Hamel (Joe's Garage)0:45:18 
2David Rath (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:00:40 
3William Sawyer (Mid State Cycling Club)0:01:23 
4Phillip Bannister (Putney/West Hill)0:02:25 
5David Goodwin (NCC/BikeReg.com)0:02:29 
6Richard Sachs (Richard Sachs - RGM Watches - Radix)0:02:41 
7Barry Doubleday (MBRC/Bicycle Link)0:02:56 
8Gary Passler0:03:44 
9David Beals (CBRC)0:04:15 
10Douglas Adams (Cape Cod Cyclist)0:04:36 
11Steve Abbott (Cyclonauts Racers Inc.)0:04:56 
12Garabed Minasian (B.O.B. Cycling)0:05:21 
13Claude Breau (Rio Tinto - Martin Swiss)0:05:43 
14Terry Cowman (Cyclocrossworld)0:07:04 
15Thomas Cormier (Team NH)  
16Jack Chapman (Nault's Cyclery / Naults.com)  
17Timothy Leonard (MVBC)  
18David Holmander (Team NH)  
19Lawrence Purtill (Cox Communications Cycling Team)  
20Daniel Tieger (Cyclocrossworld)  
21Bob Ludecke (Laurel Bicycle Club)  
22James Innes (Guys Racing Club)  
23Ronald Menner (Northeast Bicycle Club (NEBC))  
24James Owers (New Hampshire Cycling Club)  
25Robert Tutwiler (NorEast Cycling)  
26James Themig (Mystic Velo Club)  
27Joseph Hepp (Nault's Cyclery / Naults.com)  
28Bruce Kapsten (Cyclocrossworld)  
1 lapHerbert Bates (Nault's Cyclery / Naults.com)  
1 lapDonald Snoop  
1 lapThomas Ryder (Cape Cod Cyclist/Bike Zone)  
Juniors 10-14
1Peter Goguen (Minuteman Road Club)0:32:16 
2Austin Vincent0:01:52 
3Cooper Willsey (GMBC/Catamount)0:05:34 
4Emma White (CBRC)0:07:21 
5Teresa Groton (Soldier Ride)0:07:32 
6Nicolas Catlin0:08:08 
7Victoria Gates (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:11:56 
8Joshua Anderson0:16:11 
1 lapChristopher Symonds (Minuteman Road Club)  
1 lapkevin goguen (Minuteman Road Club)  
1 lapGreg Gunsalus (bikebarnracing.com)  
1 lapZoe Brodsky (MBRC/Bicycle Link)  
1 lapKevin Stacey (Cycle Loft Velo)  
Cat 3/4 Women
1Karin Holmes (Sunapee/S & W Racing Team)0:34:43 
2Emily Curry (Team Bike Alley)0:00:29 
3Allison Snooks (Minuteman Road Club)0:00:41 
4Clara Kelly (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:00:47 
5Alex Jospe (International Bicycle/Global)0:01:17 
6Natalia Gardiol (Cambridge Bicycle)0:01:34 
7Kirsten Begg0:01:47 
8Erin Brennan (Peak Performance Multisport)0:02:15 
9Jess Kates Galatro (Flying Penguins)0:02:19 
10Kathy Sarvary (Gear Works/Spin Arts Cyclery)0:02:21 
11Olivia Harkness0:02:32 
12Natalia McKittrick (Cambridge Bicycle)0:02:50 
13Julie Lefebvre (International Bicycle/Global)0:03:00 
14Christine Fort (QuadCycles)0:03:23 
15Nancy Labbe-Giguere0:03:29 
16Cathy Rowell (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:03:35 
17Kathleen Wulfkuhle (Charm City Cycling LLC)0:03:36 
18Elizabeth Lukowski (Capital Bicycle Racing Club)0:03:47 
19Frances Morrison0:03:55 
20Sally McInnis (JRA Cycles)0:04:11 
21Michele Harrison (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:04:17 
22Sharon Anderson (Team Beer)0:04:18 
23Kathrin Schumacher (Guy's Racing)0:04:21 
24laura kozlowski (Velo Bella)0:04:27 
25Hope Strode (Cambridge Bicycle)0:04:55 
26Kaitlyn Lawrence (Team Vortex)0:05:09 
27Kelly Welker (MAC5Bikes/McAllister Sign)0:05:30 
28Giulia Righi (Team International Bicycle Centers)0:05:33 
29Lauren Kling0:05:35 
30Ali Flis (Pabst Blue Ribbon)0:05:35 
31Rachel Clattenburg0:05:40 
32Heidi Wakeman (Team Harborside Cycle)0:06:01 
33Theresa Carilli (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:06:13 
34Joanne Breau (Martin Swiss)0:06:13 
35Rebecca Lowe0:06:25 
36Lori Kohls0:06:41 
37Lauren Tracy (Colby College)0:07:47 
38Joy Stark (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:07:51 
39Jen Audia0:08:15 
40Jean Cunningham (Northeast Bicycle Club (NEBC))0:08:32 
41Ivy Luhrs (Velo Bella)0:08:39 
42Leah Pappas-Barnes (Cambridge Bicycle)0:09:08 
43Greta Zygmont0:09:14 
44Carrie Hansen (Specialied Designs for Women / Bicycle H)0:09:16 
45Dana Prey0:09:43 
46Lodrina Cherne (Minuteman Road Club)0:09:45 
47Kerry Combs (Hup United)0:10:13 
48Jill Meyer (Cambridge Bicycle)0:10:35 
49Loraine Warner (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:10:47 
50Elizabeth Pell (no affiliation)0:11:30 
51Josee Lamirande (Ride With Rendall)  
52Josie Morway  
53Dorothy Fennell (Cambridge Bicycle/ Igelehart frames)  
54Julie Lockhart (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)  
55Marylou McPhee (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)  
56Robin Amer (xXx Racing)  
1 lapLinda Shelburne (Cape Cod Cycling Club LLC)  
1 lapCollyn Smitherman (Seaside Cycle)  
1 lapJennifer Malinchak (Team ROG)  
Cat 4 Masters 35+
1Matt Mitchell0:40:38 
2Sean Wright (The Cyclery)0:00:42 
3Geoff McIntosh (Team NH)0:01:10 
4John McGrath (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:01:30 
5John Smith (Minuteman Road Club)0:01:32 
6Brian Quigley0:01:34 
7Walter Conley (CCB Racing)0:01:40 
8Jody Adamonis (Northeast Bicycle Club (NEBC))0:01:47 
9Dan Sirois (Joe's Garage)0:01:52 
10Vince Caceres (The Cyclery)0:02:00 
11David Carmona0:02:05 
12Christopher Owen0:02:14 
13Matthew Williams0:02:31 
14David King (CCB)0:02:37 
15Thomas Hurley (Colavita Racing Inc.)0:02:49 
16Keith Kastelic0:03:01 
17Lars Jacobsen0:03:06 
18Todd Savage (Minuteman Road Club)0:03:14 
19Michael Whitfield (Hup United)0:03:40 
20Greg Zysk (Team Pedro's)0:03:45 
21Robert Threeton (NorEast Cycling)0:03:55 
22Matthew Balch (Genesee Valley Cycling Club)0:04:07 
23David Halligan (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:04:08 
24Barry Groton (Soldier Ride)0:04:09 
25Francis Boudreau (New Hampshire Cycling Club)0:04:13 
26Mark Januskiewicz (Sunapee/S & W Racing Team)0:04:17 
27Scott Sweeney (Minuteman Road Club)0:04:23 
28Scott Wilson (Comprehensive Racing/Salem Cycle)0:04:28 
29James Paterson0:04:32 
30John Plump (Minuteman Road Club)0:04:37 
31Todd Clark (Seaside Cycle)0:04:37 
32Kenneth Hamel (Cyclonauts Racers Inc.)0:04:38 
33Joseph Mundi (Watchung Wheelmen)0:04:44 
34Keith Limberg (NorEast Cycling)0:04:50 
35David Powell (Cyclonauts Racers)0:05:08 
36Paul DeBitetto (Minuteman Road Club)0:05:16 
37Charles Wescott (QuadCycles)0:05:17 
38Tim Metzger (NorEast Cycling)0:05:35 
39Arthur Baril (Minuteman Road Club)0:05:46 
40Al Curtis (Bethel Cycle Sport Club)0:05:48 
41Marc Tatar (Swansea Velo Club)0:05:59 
42Michael Weston0:06:02 
43David Mazur (CCB Racing)0:06:03 
44Steve Bauermeister (NorEast Cycling)0:06:05 
45Thomas Goodman0:06:11 
46Daniel Donovan (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:06:18 
47Gregory Wright (Corner Cycle Cycling Club)0:06:27 
48Jake Bridge0:06:32 
49Bill Maidment0:06:39 
50Carey Jackson Yonce0:06:43 
51Stuart Boyd (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:06:47 
52Roger Cadman0:06:53 
53Stefan Wawersik (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:07:01 
54David Michaud0:07:07 
55Bill OMara0:07:19 
56John Witmer (GMBC/Catamount)0:07:30 
57Todd Prekaski (Minuteman Road Club)0:07:31 
58James Gomez (QuadCycles)0:07:49 
59Victor Cillis (Cape Cod Cyclist)0:07:55 
60Jeff Lippincott (Minuteman Road Club)0:07:56 
61George Thompson0:07:58 
62steven fessenden0:08:18 
63Evan Patten (NorEast Cycling)0:08:19 
64Matthew Garceau (Comprehensive Racing)0:08:23 
65Kurt Maw (Comprehensive Racing/Salem Cycle)0:08:30 
66John Sumner0:09:01 
67Jan Gatowski (Flying Rhino Cycling Club)0:09:18 
68Thomas Evers (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:09:27 
69Robert Hendry (Northampton Cycling Club)0:09:33 
70Keith Hartstein0:09:33 
71Ian Rusk (Minuteman Road Club)0:09:44 
72Zach Johnson (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:09:47 
73Theodore Essenfeld0:09:50 
74Steven Curran (Mass Bay Road Club)0:10:02 
75Daniel Marcy0:10:09 
76Lester Bethel (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:10:11 
77Curt Comber (Threshold Cycling)0:10:37 
78Ed Rocha (Scottees westport bicycle)0:10:38 
79Gregory Prodanas (Essex County Velo (ECV))0:10:45 
80Shawn McCarthy0:10:51 
81Paul Lussier (Cyclonauts Racers)0:11:01 
82John Torrey (Cyclonaut Racers)0:11:04 
83Anthony Szczesiul (Northeast Bicycle Club (NEBC))0:11:07 
84Marc D'Amour (Maine Cycling Club)0:11:09 
85Joseph Parent0:13:52 
86Lee Strout (Maine Cycling Club)0:14:27 
1 lapColin Kernan (Missing Link Bicycle Club)  
1 lapMatthew McCabe (riptide tri)  
1 lapAngus Russell (HUP United)  
Cat 4 Men
1Nate Campbell (Seaside Cycle)0:37:14 
2Matthew Miller (OrganicAthlete)0:01:29 
3Justin Albin0:01:39 
4Leo Desforges (Threshold Cycling)0:01:49 
5Jeffrey Elie (BikeReg.com Cycling Club)0:01:51 
6Sven Lohse (Team Wheelworks)0:02:12 
7Matt Fowler (NorEast Cycling)0:02:23 
8Jonathan Malone0:02:24 
9Seth Davis (Cambridge Bicycle)0:02:29 
10Robert Hale (Hup United)0:02:35 
11Jake Colvin (North Haven Bike)0:02:51 
12Benjamin Frank0:03:04 
13Rick Tobin (union velo)0:03:27 
14George Lowe0:03:33 
15Brian Vickery (QuadCycles)0:03:39 
16Ben Kraft0:04:21 
17Michael Brier (Providence Velo Club)  
18Ian Schon (Boston University)0:04:28 
19Mark Bernard0:04:31 
20Shane Buker (Threshold Cycling)0:04:31 
21Ian McFarland (Mystic Velo Club)0:05:21 
22Christopher Wynnyk0:05:22 
23Nicholas Maggiore0:05:30 
24Andy Legan (bikebarnracing.com)0:05:31 
25Tristan Ostronic (Central Wheel)0:05:40 
26Matt D'Alessio (Threshold Cycling)0:05:48 
27Josh merchant0:05:49 
28Daniel Kumatz (Geekhouse Bikes)0:05:50 
29Harrison Seiler0:05:54 
30Christopher Payton (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:05:56 
31Eric Rundstrom (Rutgers University-New Brunswick/Piscataway)0:06:04 
32Andrew Muro (ATA Cycle)0:06:05 
33Benjamin Pagano (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:06:06 
34Ryan Brazell0:06:07 
35Todd Keebaugh (International Bicycle/Global)0:06:09 
36Gavin Klami (CBRC)0:06:23 
37Thom Flanagan (QuadCycles)0:06:24 
38Jan Wolfe0:06:33 
39Clint Lunsford (IF Racing)0:06:36 
40Jonathan Shea (ExpanDrive Cycling)0:06:36 
41Matthew Casserly (Green Line Velo)0:06:39 
42Robert Morgan0:06:42 
43Taylor Valentine (Bacon Lap Racing/Devils Gear Bike Shop)0:06:51 
44Louis Perry (seaside cycles)0:06:51 
45Chris Chapron0:06:55 
46Nathan Orie0:06:57 
47Uri Halevi (Team International Bicycle Centers)0:07:08 
48David Deitch (Minuteman Road Club)0:07:09 
49Jason DeVarennes (Northeast Bicycle Club (NEBC))0:07:22 
50Theodore Paul (HUP United)0:07:24 
51Eric Whewell (Comprehensive Racing/Salem Cycle)0:07:26 
52Eric Jarvi (MaxPowerCycling.com)0:07:31 
53Jesse Smith0:07:33 
54Christopher Gajeski0:07:39 
55Andrew Giessel0:07:42 
56James Forester (Team TATI)0:07:55 
57Ken Carpenter (Threshold Cycling)0:07:56 
58Paul McMahon0:07:56 
59Aaron Bitters0:08:04 
60michael golay (Gorham Bike & Ski)0:08:09 
61Joseph Aubin0:08:20 
62Kevin Murphy (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental)0:08:50 
63Eric Carlson (Westwood Cycle/Trade Manage Capital)0:09:01 
64Thomas Estrada0:09:06 
65Josh Garlich0:09:08 
66pete shelby0:09:25 
67Thomas Lesch0:09:28 
68Roy Bryant (Gorham Bike & Ski)0:09:54 
69Jason Nutini0:10:00 
70Ben McCoy (Boston Road Club)0:10:03 
71Mathew Sweda (Boston Road Club)0:10:13 
72David Gordon0:10:21 
73Brian Rutledge (Team Wheelworks)0:10:23 
74Gregory Gibbons0:10:30 
75Christopher Plummer0:10:36 
76Owen Wood (Team ROG)0:12:06 
1 lapStanford Smith  
1 lapAndy Huff (Team Wheelworks)  
1 lapHarding Bush  
1 lapGregory Sheets (Team Vortex)  
1 lapChristopher Bouchard (Cyclonauts Racers Inc.)  
1 lapJonathan Nelson  
1 lapRyan Malinchak (Team ROG)  

 

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