Wicks and Pennington win Lumberjack 100

Roubal tops singlespeed division

According to Race Director, Rick Plite, it was perfect weather for a race. "The temperature was about 50 degrees at the start and mid-70s for the highs and overcast most of the day. The course was quite sandy and dry and there were also a lot of leaves and sticks still on the trail due to a late start to the biking season in the Manistee area this year. Manistee had some of the highest snowfall totals for the state this year and a cold April kept the snowpack in the woods way longer than normal."

The Founders Lumberjack 100 sold out with a packed field of solid competition in every division vying for the re-known hatchet award.

Women

Alice Pennington (Kona) took top spot in the women's division, crushing the field in 7:51:15. Michigan native Danielle Musto (Salsa/Twin Six) held on for second place in 8:26:11, just 10 minutes ahead of Miki Kedo (Gvc/ Cycles De Oro), who placed third in 8:59:38.

According to Musto, "This was my first race of the season after racing all winter, and I was excited to race on awesome trails and see what sort of fitness I was in. Initially I was planning on racing my singlespeed but opted for gears after hurting my ankle two weeks prior. I passed a few women within the first couple of miles but after that, I never saw Alice Pennington or Miki Kedo. If anything, my battles were mostly with myself and the Manistee National Forest that day."

"On the second lap, I hit my pedal on a tree stump and slammed into a tree. It was one of those crashes that took a few minutes to get up off of the ground. Unfortunately my derailleur also got bent in the process so I had shifting issues for the rest of the race. Even with the crash and mechanicals, I had a great day racing and feel like I got rid of all the 'first race of the season' cobwebs. Now my goal is to recover in time to race the Chequemegon 100 next weekend."

Kedo said, "My friends introduced me to the race in 2009 as a challenge just to finish the race. We were in veterinary school then and used the race as something to focus on and work towards as we were usually stuck indoors studying. When I came in on the first lap, some lady in the woods yelled something about 'good job girl, you're third'."

Ohio Mountain Bike Series Champion, Shannon Tenwalde (Paradise Garage Racing) improved her eighth place standing last year, moving up to fourth place and finishing sub-nine this year at 8:59:38. Tenwalde is now in third place overall with three other top 10 finishes at Cohutta, Syllamo's Revenge, and Mohican.

Men

Barry Wicks (Kona), 31, managed to singlespeed his way into a close race that ended in a three-way sprint finish with Wicks finishing 6:42:25.

"Last year, Lumberjack was the first 100-miler I had done. Now I have done three, so it must be pretty all-right. Actually, I loved it. The trails are super fun and the event is super well organized and awesome. Having such a low key yet professional vibe is totally refreshing. The Lumberjack 100 keeps it real. And that is nice."

"Mike [Simonson] rode a very good race and was looking strong all day. I knew he would be the guy to mark in the last bit of singletrack, so I just stuck on his wheel and snuck around him at the finish."

Simonson (616 Fabrications) finished just a split second later, following his first ever NUE Series win just two weeks ago at the Mohican 100. "I always look forward to representing my home state on the national mountain bike stage, and it's awesome we have so many great races right here in Michigan. This race always gets off to a quick start and this year was no exception. I made sure to stay right near the front because the bottleneck into the singletrack can get a little sketchy."

A group of five quickly formed off the front during the first lap. It was Wicks, Drew Edsall, Christian Tanguy, Kevin Carter, and Simonson. The trail was pretty dry, and there were a ton of sticks popping up everywhere as they made their way through the Udell Hills trail system.

"As we neared the finish line, I was leading it out with Wicks in second and Tanguy sitting third wheel. My plan was to keep the tempo high and just go for it out of the last turn into the finishing straight," said Simonson. "Tanguy at third wheel would be too far back, and Wicks on the singlespeed wouldn't have the gear to get around me. It was the perfect plan. We hit the turn and I stood up and went for it. I came around the bend and I could see the finish line, I dug deep and drove the bike forward but Wicks wound that gear of his up and got me on the line by half a wheel."

2011 NUE Champion Christian Tanguy (Team CF) held on to the third spot. In 2011, many will remember that it was Tanguy who edged out three-time NUE Champion, Jeff Schalk (Trek) by 10 minutes to get his first win at Lumberjack before going on to win the series title.

Edsall (Kenda/Felt) finished fourth just a minute later at 6:43:21. "The highlight of my day was marking off one of my goals for the race: to ride the 'hike a bike' section again."

Kevin Carter (Gripped Racing P/b Dogfish Head Alehouse) finished fifth in sub-seven hours at 6:56:27

Singlespeed

Three time defending NUE Series champion Gerry Pflug (Salsa/pro Bikes) decided to sit this one out following four straight NUE Series wins this year that have put him squarely in the driver's seat heading into mid-season.

In 2012, 28-year-old Hal Batdorf claimed his first NUE Series singlespeed victory at Lumberjack in 7:11:16, breaking the course record set by the four-time NUE Series Champion, Gerry Pflug, in 2011. This year, 32-year-old Jan Roubal (Velorution) would not only claim victory, but also set a new course record in the process at 7:06:22

Just four minutes back, 41-year-old Dwayne Goscinski (Dogfish/cyclewerx/dch/noah's Foundation) placed second in 7:11:57, "The start and the first lap was brutal! Mike Montalbano and Jan Roubal seemed to be constantly attacking each other and all of us. Trevor Rockwell was right in there on the fun as well as a few others. Peat Henry was hanging on to the back of us and I was doing my best to capture all of it with the bar cam. Trevor and I finished up the first lap, only down from the overall leaders by three minutes, with Jan and a few geared guys only about 10 seconds up. With about 18 miles to go, Trevor hit a root, went down really hard, and taco'd his wheel!"

"Not far from the end, (men's open) Greg Kuhn dropped me going into the last climb. With the 38x18 I was running, I wasn't going up the steep pitches very fast. It was awesome to get the alone time to really feel closer to my son which seems to happen when I push as hard as I do at these races."

Minutes later, Ernesto Marenchin (Pivot Cycles) placed third in 7:22:53 followed by Daniel Rapp (Toasted Head Racing) at 7:27:11 andGavin Clark (Racing Greyhounds) rounding out fifth at 7:35:11.

NUE Masters 50+

Fifty-one year old Ron Sanborn (Einstein Racing) got his first NUE Series win of the season and his second at the Lumberjack 100 finishing 7:32:13. Last year, Sanborn set the course record of 7:18:04, more than 40 minutes ahead of his nearest competitor!

"As much as I was looking forward to this race, I had some concerns as well. I was going to be racing against Robert Herriman, a former Masters Champion of the NUE Series (2010). We had not competed against one another yet and I had been hearing some talk of people wanting see a head to head match-up between us. Luckily, I found him early and held his wheel until I was able to get by during the first climbing portion of the race."

"From there, I was able to bridge up to the first chase group, and settled in for a fast lap with of some open men and top singlespeeders. After lap one, I payed the price a bit for my initial pace and had to ride solo for most of the rest of the race fighting off the building fatigue. I only gave up a couple of spots during the last two laps to some SS and Open men, so I knew I had my second Lumberjack masters title in hand."

52-year-old Robert Herriman (Trek/wsc/acfstores.Com) came in just six minutes later to finish second at 7:38:45. Four minutes later, the eldest finisher in the Masters, 63-year-old Jack Kline (McLain Race Team) captured the third rung of the podium finishing 7:42:09.

The next stop for the NUE Series at one of three new venues this season will be held on Saturday, June 29 in the badlands of Sturgis, South Dakota at the Tatanka 100.

Full Results

Men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Barry Wicks (Kona)6:42:25 
2Michael Simonson (616 Fabrications)0:00:00 
3Christian Tanguy (Team CF)0:00:01 
4Drew Edsall (Kenda / Felt)0:00:56 
5Kevin Carter (Gripped Racing P/b Dogfish Head Alehouse)0:14:02 
6Greg Kuhn (RBS Mtb Team)0:26:21 
7Garth Prosser (Specialized Factory Racing/ Ashford Surgical/ Pura Vida Adv)0:32:08 
8Rick Mezo (Rbikes.Com)0:35:54 
9Jay Click (Cycletherapy Specialized Racing)0:37:52 
10Dan Kotwicki (Rbs Cycling Team)0:43:13 
11Stefano Frascaroli (Racing Greyhounds)0:43:39 
12Kelly Sugg (Rbs Cycling Team)0:46:49 
13Jonathan Card (Team Card)0:59:15 
14Mitch Moen (R-Bikes.Com)0:59:53 
15Dominic Bosco1:01:13 
16Ed Serrat (Cycletherapy Racing Team)1:02:30 
17Joberon Brewchampski (Caffeine Soul Productions)1:03:21 
18Frederick Hatfield (Racing Greyhounds)1:03:54 
19CJ Brish (Cycletherapyspecialized)1:05:58 
20Tony Gwin (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)1:09:28 
21Raymond Willard (Empire Brewing-Syracuse Bicycle)1:09:41 
22Brad Rogers (Y-Not Cycling)1:12:05 
23Greg Giles (Racing Greyhounds)1:12:17 
24Curtis Prohaska (Team Fraser)1:14:09 
25Grant Matthews (Cycle Symphony, Carborocket)1:14:48 
26Chris Goddard (Fraser Bicycle)1:15:17 
27Michael Seaman (Specialized)1:15:18 
28Jon Dub-Nine (Twin Six)1:15:19 
29Tom Stritzinger1:16:52 
30Marc Brunette (McLain Race Team)1:17:13 
31David Messing (Team Fraser)1:20:52 
32Brent Krmpotich1:21:54 
33Brad Majors (Johnny Sprockets)1:24:48 
34Thomas Novitsky (Racing Greyhounds)1:32:11 
35Jeremiah Johnson (Speedway Wheelman)1:32:41 
36Chris Kreple (Leadout/west Michigan Bike)1:33:25 
37Jeff Holland (The Bonebell)1:35:39 
38Greg Witt (Rbs Mtb Team)1:38:28 
39Jon Heft (Trails Edge Cyclery)1:39:29 
40Ed Bagley (Rhythm Racing)1:40:08 
41Brian McCabe (Motor Club)1:40:38 
42Shaun Welch (Paint Creek Bicycles)1:45:33 
43Robert Crooks1:47:16 
44Kelly Jedynak (R-Bikes.Com)1:47:20 
45Alex Schultz1:50:11 
46Butch Welke (Treadhead Cycling)1:50:18 
47Jim Dewent (West Michigan Coast Riders)1:50:24 
48Charles Ganske1:50:40 
49Jon Zoutendam (McLain Race Team)1:51:36 
50Matt Whalen (Whalemo Racing)1:52:40 
51Tim Raymond (Freewheeler Racing)1:52:41 
52Karl Emmerich (Racing Greyhounds)1:53:05 
53Rob Mitzel (Team Rjr / Hometown)1:54:38 
54Nick Demek (Trail's Edge)1:55:32 
55Tony Hersberger (Cyclefit Sports Club)1:57:09 
56Nathan Kearns (Tree Fort Bikes)1:57:48 
57Daniel Sterling (Racing Greyhounds)1:57:53 
58Chris Knight (Team Apex Multisport & Racerracer Pedal Sports)1:59:15 
59Shawn Crowley (Founders Racing)1:59:16 
60Jason Sparks (Racing Greyhounds)1:59:17 
61Cooper Fowler (Bcd Racing)2:02:19 
62Brian Parker (The Bonebell)2:02:42 
63Arthur Haan (Drt Racing)2:02:48 
64Samuel Ruff (Team Nebo Rigde)2:03:49 
65Todd Anthes (Team Priority Health)2:03:50 
66Mike Wolford (Bloomington Cycle And Fitness)2:03:58 
67William Shaver (Freewheeler Racing)2:03:59 
68Jim Leikert (Trails-Edge.Com)2:09:35 
69Brian Klomp (Dte Energy Racing)2:11:16 
70Neil Long (Racing Greyhounds)2:14:35 
71Adam Naish (Rbs Mtb Team)2:14:38 
72Brent Wegscheid (Johnny Sprockets)2:16:22 
73Matt Vander Sys (West Coast Riders)2:16:45 
74Jared Medler (Morgans Garage)2:16:56 
75Casey Abston2:17:06 
76Joe Stoner (Cannondale Midwest Racing)2:18:12 
77Michael Sadler2:18:43 
78Dean Murphey (City Bike Shop)2:20:41 
79David Kempeinen2:26:56 
80Chris Maltby (Terry's Cycle Of Alma, Michigan)2:27:06 
81Chuck Kovick (Aberdeen Bike)2:27:18 
82Todd McNeilly (Racing Greyhounds)2:30:34 
83Justin Ham2:31:15 
84Mike Sealey (Rbikes.Com Racing)2:34:32 
85Arthur Whitney (Racing Greyhounds)2:34:34 
86Tom Stoner (Cannondale Midwest Racing)2:34:50 
87Steven Hecht (Toasted Head Racing)2:35:43 
88Gregory McDaniel (Team Mcdaniel)2:36:07 
89Ben Merritt (Leadout Racing)2:36:39 
90Grant Hammons (J'S Bikes/ihop)2:37:07 
91Michael Henry (Pr Multisport)2:37:16 
92Dan Marshall (Eager Beaver 100)2:38:41 
93Paul Johnston (Aberdeen Bike)2:40:17 
94Ryan Flesher (Terry's Cycle Of Alma Mi)2:41:24 
95Chad Schut (McLain Cycle Racing/quiring Cycles/sram)2:41:56 
96Tim Fargo (Wolverine Sports Club)2:42:49 
97David Moore (Cycletherapy Specialized Racing)2:42:54 
98Mark McClanahan (Asc)2:43:06 
99Brian Gillies (Aberdeen Bike & Outdoors)2:43:24 
100Peter Henry2:43:57 
101Douglas Schmidt (J'S Bikes /ihop)2:44:19 
102Charlie McKeiver (Team Apex Multisport)2:45:01 
103Mike Coffman (Aberdeen Bike)2:45:09 
104Kevin Leitner2:46:19 
105Adam Swann (D2 Racing)2:51:15 
106Harrison Webb (Speed Merchants Bike Shop)2:52:05 
107Joshua Plowman (McLain Race Team)2:52:06 
108Shawn Beeton (Brbc)2:54:09 
109Mark Wiederkehr2:54:19 
110Matt Rouse2:56:37 
111Mike Riffe (Team Fraser)2:56:45 
112Mark Farmer (Team Six One Four)2:57:16 
113Kevin Van Veelen2:58:28 
114Aaron Rieder (Racing Greyhounds)2:59:20 
115Mark Boden (02/cadieux Bc)3:03:08 
116Robert Ballantyne (Chicago Fire Department)3:05:33 
117Krystian Pac (Rbikes.Com / Polska Miodu)3:07:45 
118Trenton Thompson (Kailey's Krew - Pedal Of Hope)3:08:29 
119Jeff Eckert (Bike Stop Cycling)3:08:59 
120Rodney Reed3:09:25 
121Shawn McNamara (McLain Race Team)3:11:08 
122Todd Thurmes (Freewheel Bike)3:11:28 
123Craig Anible (Team Apex Multisport)3:13:32 
124Harvey Elliott (University Of Michigan)3:15:14 
125Randy Pierce (Racing Greyhounds)3:18:44 
126Richard Allesee (Father Time)3:20:50 
127Steve Bassett (Team Hot Dog)3:22:32 
128Brian Czarnecki (Crash Test Dummies)3:23:13 
129Mike Neeley (Crash Test Dummies)  
130Michael Moscato (Wnymba)3:24:59 
131Christopher Barkow (Cheese Sammich)3:25:13 
132Drew Hartman (Perfpro Studio)3:25:51 
133John Tenwalde (Paradise Garage Racing)3:26:03 
134Josh Boyd (Fcn, Inc)3:26:25 
135Chris Daniels (Bloomington Cycle & Fitness)3:26:40 
136James Taylor3:38:35 
137Robert Lucia (Main Street Bicycles)3:41:05 
138David Hintz (Aux)3:41:36 
139Shane Hindenach (Team Apex)3:43:34 
140Scott Bosley3:48:18 
141Nathan McFarren3:48:36 
142Eric Cook (Team Active Wsi Racing)3:49:41 
143Gavin Shipley3:50:11 
144David Lynch3:54:12 
145Kurt Brendley (Team Tree Farm)4:02:05 
146Andrew Erickson (Beat The Train)4:02:33 
147Jamie Rytlewski (Revolution Racing P/b Midland Brewing Company)4:06:06 
148Kirk Graham (Bissell/abg)4:07:54 
149Andy McDonald (D2 Racing)4:08:30 
150David Daprato4:08:32 
151Nathan Kade4:10:02 
152Brandon Worden (McLain Race Tea,)4:12:28 
153Scott Hubbard4:15:19 
154Steve Vigneau (Big Ring Coffee)4:20:46 
155Dan Clasen (Team Moosen)4:22:52 
156Thomas Varvaro (Team Moosen)  
157Jason Kuhn4:23:25 
158Robert Bennett (Racing Greyhounds)4:26:07 
159Thomas Wideman (Macatawa Cycling Club)4:27:20 
160David Tippy (Team Rjr)4:28:47 
161Mike Lewis (Tree Fort Bikes)4:32:48 
162Charles Elder (Team Active Wsi Racing)4:37:06 
163Michael Remsburg (Team Fraser)4:38:13 
164Matthew Janiszewski4:41:06 
165Jeff Morris4:52:25 
166Terry Price (Dte Energy Racing)4:53:25 
167Danny Ackert5:12:40 
168Derek Dykstra (Shut Up & Ride Club)5:15:34 
169Robert Stoner (Cannondale Midwest Racing)5:18:21 
170Brian Smith (Racing Greyhounds)5:38:07 
171Darren Tillbrooke (Leadout/west Michigan Bike)5:38:11 
172Bob South (Motion Cycling)5:40:16 
173Brad Ellison6:11:04 
174Nicholas Ellison  
DNFBrian Schultz (Velosports Racing)  
DNFPascal Tremblay  
DNFMichael Clark (Lakeside Motorsports)  
DNFMichael Adams (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFChad Smith (J'S Bikes / Ihop)  
DNFMichael Schneider (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFKevin Soules (Team Apex Multisport)  
DNFTak Kakiuchi (Trails Edge)  
DNFBadger Beall (Tri-City Cyclists)  
DNFEric Schmidt  
DNFBen Doohan  
DNFRyan Trierweiler  
DNFDave Dewitt (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFKevin South  
DNFStephen Clark (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)  
DNFScott Irwin (Velorution)  
DNFJoshua Neider (McG Trails Edge)  
DNFSteve Sams (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)  
DNFTim Yuska (Iron Cycles)  
DNFSteve Haakenson  
DNFDavid Hofmann  
DNFJurrien Davison (Shine)  
DNFLou Sabino  
DNFZack Jordan (Blacksheep)  
DNFJack Miner (Wsi Team Active Racing)  
DNFBrian Roginski (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFThomas Klaver  
DNFMarco Pagni (Trail's Edge)  
DNFCamden Bowman  
DNFChad Aiello (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFJohn Muenzenmeyer (616 Fabrication)  
DNFEric Schlorff  
DNFFilip Filipovic  
DNFJoseph Pepples (Performance Bike)  
DNFGary Lunsford (Cannondale Midwest Racing)  
DNFScott McBain  
DNFPierre Neron  
DNFJeremy Coleman (Red Bike)  
DNFJ. R. Johnson (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFJeff Smith (Trails Edge)  
DNFHenry Loria (Lactic Acid)  
DNFJackson Payer (Maltedbarley.Org)  
DNFSteve Peters  
DNFJeff Wymer  
Women
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Alice Pennington (Kona)7:51:15 
2Danielle Musto (Salsa/twin Six/)0:34:56 
3Miki Kedo (Gvc/ Cycles De Oro)0:55:08 
4Shannon Tenwalde (Paradise Garage Racing)1:08:23 
5Mindy Fernando1:13:41 
6Laurel Peak1:18:59 
7Jennifer Wolfe (Hollyloft/alfies)1:19:03 
8Christie Simon (Wild Bettys)1:20:07 
9Marilyn Kamp1:37:10 
10Cindy Copley (Toasted Head Racing)1:46:49 
11Shannon Ancel1:54:23 
12Sarah Temby (Rbs)1:58:49 
13Bonnie Karas (Bk Training Systems)2:15:07 
14Summer Olmstead (Freewheeler Racing)2:30:41 
15Amanda Hatfield (Racing Greyhounds)2:30:46 
16Jeni Roosen (Bishops)2:41:17 
17Carrie South (No Boundaries/human Powered Adventures)4:31:25 
18Kaat Tahy (Shut Up & Ride Club)5:06:23 
DNFJulie Whalen (Shine)  
DNFCourtney Roberts  
DNFMeliane Rogers (R-Bikes.Com)  
DNFTracey Worden (McLain Racing)  
DNFDawn Cluchey  
DNFKris Verschoor  
Singlespeed men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jan Roubal (Velorution)7:06:22 
2Dwayne Goscinski (Team Noah Foundation)0:05:35 
3Ernesto Marenchin (Pivot Cycles)0:16:31 
4Daniel Rapp (Toasted Head Racing)0:20:49 
5Gavin Clark (Racing Greyhounds)0:28:49 
6Jimmie Colflesh (Mom And Pop Racing)0:28:58 
7Peat Henry (Team Noah Foundation)0:37:46 
8Joseph Seidl (Klm/cold Stone)0:39:14 
9Trevor Smela (No Boundaries/ Twin Six)0:39:58 
10Todd Ace (Racing Greyhounds)0:40:46 
11Brad Lako (Klm/cold Stone)0:46:05 
12Bryant Cook (Cycle Solutions / Atomic Bikes)  
13Jody Jernigan (Bellman Oil Co.)0:51:23 
14Scott Green (Toasted Head Racing)1:00:06 
15Collin Snyder (Michigan Youth Cycling)1:09:55 
16John Lionberger (Pony Shop Cyclocross)1:10:00 
17Mark Bowers1:17:39 
18Scott Peipert (Team Seagal)1:25:26 
19Dave Demaegd (Spin Zone Racing)1:26:22 
20Neil Nicholson (North Central College Cycling)1:38:14 
21Charles Snyder (Trail's Edge)1:42:18 
22Brian Bratney (Racing Greyhounds)1:44:21 
23Todd Blumerick (Mom & Pop Racing/ Sweet Bikes)1:44:29 
24Patrick Barrett (Algoma Bicycle Company)1:46:42 
25Chris Torrance (Racing Greyhounds)1:48:06 
26Ian Dunlop (Algoma Bicycle Company)1:52:41 
27Erik Garland (Trails Edge Cyclery)2:01:19 
28Steve Demidovich (Algoma Bicycle Company)2:02:21 
29Tom Crimp (Aux Racing)2:35:00 
30Mike Kozlowski2:39:49 
31Chris Brower (Freewheeler Racing)2:51:43 
32Brian Vallie3:28:48 
33Michael Chambers4:30:21 
DNFTrevor Rockwell (Team Noah Foundation/decorah Bicycles/twin Six)  
DNFRichard Trent (Dickhouse)  
DNFRobert Higgins (Johnny Sprockets)  
DNFSteve Tafelsky (Team Apex Multisport)  
DNFRyan Snyder  
DNFBruce Anderson (Racing Greyhounds)  
DNFMike Montalbano (Eleven Madison Park/bicycle Tech)  
DNFKevin Laroe  
Masters men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ron Sanborn (Einstein Racing)7:32:13 
2Robert Herriman (Trek/wsc/acfstores.Com)0:06:32 
3Jack Kline (McLain Race Team)0:09:56 
4Dennis R Schueler Jr (Rbikes.Com/fleettruckparts.Com/lanajewelry.Com)0:28:47 
5Jeff Doerr (Mc Clain Cycle & Fitness)0:31:13 
6Mark Olin (Rbs Cycling Team)0:35:25 
7David Jolin (Stark Velo)0:36:15 
8Roger Sutton (First Place Racing / Brick City Bicycles)0:45:09 
9Charles Buki (Team Cf)0:45:44 
10Charles Nicholson (Fraser Bike Shop)0:54:45 
11Craig Morris (Racing Greyhounds)1:03:08 
12Gerry Naski (Wolverine Sports Club)1:04:59 
13Jeffrey Scofield (Rapid Wheelmen)1:10:32 
14Craig North (Aavc)1:24:57 
15Arcadio Ramirez (Tree Forte Bicycles)1:25:29 
16Denis Hall (Hometown Cycling, Brighton, Michigan)1:27:42 
17William Botens (Rbs Cycling)1:36:31 
18Scott Main (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)1:38:53 
19Mark Boese1:40:01 
20Robert Larson (Team Befit)1:54:21 
21David Tietz1:55:45 
22Dennis Murphy (Founders Racing)2:01:41 
23Al Lake (Cad Team O2)2:03:05 
24Steve Toorongian (Ingram Micro /tom's Pro Bike)2:09:06 
25Dan Mock (Wheels On Fire)2:11:07 
26John Kowalczyk (Rapid Wheelmen)2:11:08 
27Brian Orwat (Wnymba)2:13:09 
28Jim Core (Hardcore Racing)2:15:44 
29Lloyd Lind (Rbs Cycling Team)2:23:54 
30Tim Morgan (Morgans Garage)2:25:27 
31Carl Foltz (Bk Training Systems)2:34:09 
32Jeff Warner (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)2:35:07 
33Greg Hintz (Aux)2:35:19 
34Mark Jones (Orrville Cycling Club)2:37:23 
35Michael Boruszok (Klm Coldstone)2:43:18 
36Jim Sarks (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)2:44:41 
37Jeff Smith (Relationship Not Religion)2:49:28 
38Eric Vogt (Rbs Cycling)2:51:15 
39Mike Clark (Jdrf)2:56:12 
40Dennis Howell3:00:51 
41Doug Smith (Maumee Valley Wheelman)3:01:06 
42Michael Iannonem (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)3:02:39 
43Tom Uber4:48:19 
44George Fulkerson (Aux)4:51:12 
DNFDave Komives (Maumee Valley Wheelmen)  
DNFRobert Karalis  
DNFRick Mace  
DNFStan Brish  
DNFPaul Pasanen (Klm Bike And Fitness)  
DNFJay Jones (Cycletherapy/specialized Racing)  
DNFKristopher Ouvry (Cannondale Midwest Racing)  
DNFRobert Gaddis (616 Fabrication)  
DNFJerry Behl (Rapid Wheelmen)  
DNFAndre Riopel (Velorution)  
DNFDave Verschoor  

 

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