Howes shows how it's done

Alex Howes (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin) further proved his pedigree with a win atop the Snow Bird Ski Resort, the biggest win of his young career. The double national title holder attacked his breakaway companions near the base of the final climb and outpaced Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell) and overall race leader, Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing), who overcame a five-minute deficit to capture third place.

"This is a huge win, the biggest in my career," said Howes. "It's hard to believe. I can't tell you the last time that I cried but I was close. I hope it's a sign of better things to come. It's an incredibly talented field and coming into today I didn't think I had a shot."

Swindlehurst, a Salt Lake City native had eyed the Snow Bird stage win for a long time coming. He thanked his teammates for enormous support during the lengthy kilometres that prior to the finale. "I was really dreaming of winning today and to come so close was really disappointing to be honest," said Swindlehurst. "Hey, you can't win them all."

Mancebo's monstrous effort was vital in preserving his overall lead. The Spaniard heads into tomorrow's fifth and final stage with 46 seconds' advantage over Darren Lill (Team Type 1) and 1'29" on Jeff Louder (BMC) with Howes now jumping into fourth place, having started the stage in 14th. "The only intention we had today was to keep the yellow jersey," said Mancebo.

"My teammates did well today and worked a lot. [Glen] Chadwick came back from the break to help me for one or two kilometres on the climb. There is still one more stage. I've never been afraid to lose this jersey. I've won a lot of races and raced for a lot of teams."

A break of eight riders entered Little Cottonwood Canyon's long road up to the finish line after nearly 140km off the front and what seemed like an eternity. The front runners included Howes and Swindlehurst along with Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell), Glen Chadwick (Rock racing), Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies), Andy Guptill (Colavita-Sutter Home), Ian McGregor (Team Type 1) and Ben King (Fly V. Australia).

A lead in excess of five minutes allowed room for tactics, although it didn't amount to much when considering the climbing specialists on the hunt behind. Jacques-Maynes was the first to make a solo move that gave Swindlehurst room to recover further back. Howes was the next to go, in a 'faux attack' to gauge who would chase. To his surprise, he got the gap and rode away with it.

"I was frustrated with the way everyone was working because I knew if we kept going at that speed we were going to get caught," said Howes. "I put in a teaser attack; this guy's was handing out hot dogs, I took a bite of one and jumped and kept going. I think they thought I was joking around. Once I got a gap I kept going."

Swindlehurst tried desperately to stay within reach of the young talent; he couldn't reel him in before the top however, as Bowman and Chadwick settled into a rhythm not far behind. "Burke is an incredible rider and I have more respect for that guy than just about anyone else in the peloton," said Howes. "Honestly, I felt kind of bad beating him today because this is his hometown race but, I'm not going to give away any presents."

Brent Bookwalter (BMC) and Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) took their turns leading out their respective GC riders Louder and Mancebo. Dave Zabriskie (DZ Nuts) took a short-lived flyer that resulted in Mancebo's counter attacks. Chadwick received instructions to sit up and wait for his leading teammate, Mancebo, who was quickly gaining time on the other overall contenders.

"I attacked about five kilometres at the bottom of the climb," said Mancebo. "Lill was very strong and I needed to watch him. It was a difficult climb and I didn't know it before but it turned out good for me. I went as hard as I could to make time for the yellow jersey."

Utah's queen stage turns it on

Five-time Olympic gold medallist-turned-professional cyclist, Eric Heiden sent the field off on what was billed as the Tour of Utah's 'queen' stage - 155km that featured two decisive intermediate climbs and one leg-shattering finale.

The field completed three neutral circuits around Park City and set off on course riding up and over HWY 40, a wide open climb up to the Jordanelle Reservoir. Rock Racing reeled in a number of short lived breakaways until the right combination just seemed to ride away with ease.

The break included three Bissell teammates: Swindlehurst, Jacques-Maynes and Jeremy Vennell, the New Zealand time trial champion. The three established the time gap while riders Howes, Bowman, Guptill, King and McGregor awaited their turn to pull. Rock Racing's Chadwick had a free-ticket to sit on, absolved of work duties because his teammates and race leader, Mancebo was back in the field.

Jacques-Maynes was placed highest overall, sitting just over three minutes behind Mancebo. He and Vennell's selfless work ethic drove the breakaway away demonstrated that Bissell's plan was to support Swindlehurst in a desperately-wanted stage win.

"Those guys absolutely slaughtered themselves for me," said Swindlehurst. "I feel terrible that I couldn't come through for them today. It was great that we had a plan and it worked out to have three of us in the break. I've never seen anyone ride like the way those guys rode for me today."

The breakaway started the first climb up the Alpine Loop with an astonishing nine-minute lead. BMC punched it into the bottom of the climb, bringing the gap down fast. They caught a group of three riders who had been chasing for some time - Ryan and Kevin Noiles and Nic Hamilton - relatively quickly and continued a fast-paced tempo over the top.

"We knew that it was going to be a big call for all those guys to make it to the finish," said Mike Sayers, BMC directeur sportif, who did not have a rider in the front move. "Credit to all those guys because they rode really fantastic to make it. We were going to put pressure on the climb and we had those guys where we wanted them. As we got off the climb the group split. There was some misdirection that went against us but at the end of the day we got to the climb with our two best guys."

Being alert was, in part, the name of the game today as riders occasionally found themselves close to civilian traffic or uncertain of course directions. Most notably a crash amongst the front of the peloton caused a split of seven heavy-hitting GC contenders to roll off the front on the technical descent off of the Alpine Loop.

Anthony Colby (Colavita-Sutter Home) and Jonathan Baker (KFAN) retired from the race due to the crash while Chris Baldwin (OUCH p/b Maxxis) and Oscar Sevilla also fell but were able to get back in the race.

The seven riders included Mancebo, Louder, Bookwalter, Lill, Zabriskie, Floyd Landis and Pat McCarty (OUCH p/b Maxxis) who continued to gain time on the field in pursuit of the race leaders. They missed a poorly-marked right hand turn and continued straight through an intersection. Salt Lake City native, Jeff Louder redirected the group back on course where they rejoined the regrouped peloton.

"I got there right as they had gone off course," said Sayers. "They got to a race intersection and there was no course marshal, no one to tell them where to go," said Sayers. "That was what we wanted and I think we could have made something of that. But that's racing and sometimes the breaks go your way and sometimes they don't."

After some discussion, race officials jury concluded that the deviation was a 'mere race incident' and that no compensation or time adjustments would be made. They added that it was the riders' responsibility to know the course and the distance that they travelled off course was similar to that taken by the other riders and did not constitute an advantage.

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1Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)4:07:12
2Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:00:37
3Francisco Mancebo Perez (Rock Racing)0:01:23
4Darren Lill (Team Type1)0:01:39
5Glen Chadwick (Rock Racing)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Philip Zajicek (Fly V Australia)0:01:47
7Jeff Louder (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:02:10
8Peter Stetina (Garmin/Felt)0:02:18
9Patrick McCarty (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:02:49
10Matthew Busche (Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 10 - Cell 2
12Brent Bookwalter (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:03:13
13Scott Tietzel (KFAN Composite Team)Row 12 - Cell 2
14Bradley White (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:03:27
15Matthew Cooke (RideClean P/B
16Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing)0:04:20
17Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)0:04:24
18Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)0:04:34
19Max Jenkins (KFAN Composite Team)0:04:53
20Rob Britton (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:05:25
21Floyd Landis (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:05:52
22Tyler Wren (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)0:06:37
23Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:07:23
24Peter Horn (Team Rio Grande)0:07:51
25Nathaniel English (ZteaM)0:08:45
26Timothy Johnson (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:08:54
27David Zabriskie (Garmin Slipstream)0:09:12
28Ian McKissick (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:10:58
29Alexander Hagman (Ciclismo Racing)0:11:32
30John Hunt (California Giant Berry Farms)0:12:56
31Aaron Olsen (KFAN Composite Team)0:13:44
32Chris Jones (Team Type1)0:14:20
33Ian Macgregor (Team Type1)Row 32 - Cell 2
34Peter Salon (Garmin/Felt)0:14:29
35Zach Watson (Team
36Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:16:21
37Jose Erique Gutierrez Cataluna (Rock Racing)0:16:35
38Chad Beyer (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:16:53
39Bill Demong (Cole Sport)0:18:15
40Nate Page (RideClean P/B 39 - Cell 2
41Justin Laue (ZteaM)0:18:43
42Chris Winn (Team Rio Grande)0:18:52
43Christopher Phipps (ZteaM)Row 42 - Cell 2
44Zack Simons (Cole Sport)Row 43 - Cell 2
45Christopher Hong (Team 44 - Cell 2
46Bjorn Selander (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)Row 45 - Cell 2
47Chris Barton (BMC Pro Cycling Team)Row 46 - Cell 2
48Paul Esposti (Ciclismo Racing)Row 47 - Cell 2
49Taylor Shelden (Garmin/Felt)Row 48 - Cell 2
50Jonathan Garcia (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:19:02
51Colt Trant (KFAN Composite Team)0:19:08
52David Clinger (Cole Sport)0:19:17
53Chase Pinkham (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:19:31
54Jesse Sergent (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:19:40
55John Eisinger (Ciclismo Racing)0:19:52
56Alex Candelario (Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:20:03
57Nic Hamilton (Trek Red Truck Cycling)Row 56 - Cell 2
58Daniel Vaillancourt (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)Row 57 - Cell 2
59Ryohei Komori (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)Row 58 - Cell 2
60Will Dugan (Team Type1)0:20:09
61Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 60 - Cell 2
62Ian Gray (Ciclismo Racing)Row 61 - Cell 2
63David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 62 - Cell 2
64Reid Mumford (Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 63 - Cell 2
65Steve Bovay (BMC Pro Cycling Team)Row 64 - Cell 2
66Andrew Talansky (KFAN Composite Team)0:20:40
67Christopher Baldwin (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:20:43
68David Glick (RideClean P/B
69Evan Hyde (Cole Sport)0:21:32
70Jesse Moore (California Giant Berry Farms)0:21:38
71Morgan Schmitt (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:21:47
72Erik Slack (Team 71 - Cell 2
73Ben King (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:22:53
74Bernie Sulzberger (Fly V Australia)0:23:32
75Jeremy Vennell (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 74 - Cell 2
76John Murphy (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)Row 75 - Cell 2
77Paul Mach (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:24:23
78James Mattis (California Giant Berry Farms)0:24:51
79Benjamin Day (Fly V Australia)Row 78 - Cell 2
80Roman Van Uden (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:25:31
81Stefano Barberi (ZteaM)0:26:08
82Justin England (California Giant Berry Farms)Row 81 - Cell 2
83Alessandro Bazzanna (Fly V Australia)Row 82 - Cell 2
84Victor Hugo Pena (Rock Racing)0:26:27
85Evan Elken (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:27:14
86Scott Stewart (Team Waste Management)0:27:20
87Todd Hageman (Cole Sport)Row 86 - Cell 2
88Jared Barrilleaux (California Giant Berry Farms)Row 87 - Cell 2
89Brandon Lynch (Team
90Jim Camut (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)Row 89 - Cell 2
91Kiel Reijnen (Team Rio Grande)0:28:20
92Josh Bartlett (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:29:06
93Allen Krughoff (Team Rio Grande)0:29:09
94Troy Heithecker (Team Rio Grande)0:30:36
95David Harward (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:33:11
96David Talbott (Team Waste Management)Row 95 - Cell 2
97Jesse Gordon (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:33:50
98Alex Rock (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)Row 97 - Cell 2
99Paul Thomas (RideClean P/B
100Ryan Baumann (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)Row 99 - Cell 2
101Kevin Noiles (Trek Red Truck Cycling)Row 100 - Cell 2
102Will Routley (Trek Red Truck Cycling)Row 101 - Cell 2
103Roman Kilun (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)Row 102 - Cell 2
104Cameron Evans (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)Row 103 - Cell 2
105Michael Telega (California Giant Berry Farms)0:34:30
106Adam Thuss (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:34:46
107Eric Pardyjak (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:35:05
108Eric Jeppsen (Cole Sport)0:35:17
109Norman Bryner (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:35:19
110Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant Berry Farms)0:35:38
111Vincent Owens (ZteaM)0:35:46
112James Wingert (ZteaM)0:36:03
HDSergio Hernandez (Rock Racing)0:37:11
HDJulian Kyer (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:37:57
HDJamie Sparling (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:37:58
HDBrad Bingham (Team Rio Grande)0:40:02
HDIvan Dominguez (Rock Racing)0:41:02
HDMichael Booth (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:48:24
DNFWalker Savidge (Garmin/Felt)Row 118 - Cell 2
DNFKirk Carlsen (Garmin/Felt)Row 119 - Cell 2
DNFMoises Aldape (Team Type1)Row 120 - Cell 2
DNFDaniel Holt (Team Type1)Row 121 - Cell 2
DNFOmer Kem (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 122 - Cell 2
DNFSam Bewley (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)Row 123 - Cell 2
DNFAndrew Bajadali (Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 124 - Cell 2
DNFAnthony Colby (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)Row 125 - Cell 2
DNFGuido Palma (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)Row 126 - Cell 2
DNFAaron Tuckerman (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)Row 127 - Cell 2
DNFBenjamin Kneller (Ciclismo Racing)Row 128 - Cell 2
DNFNick Frey (Ciclismo Racing)Row 129 - Cell 2
DNFCarter Jones (Team Waste Management)Row 130 - Cell 2
DNFJared Gilyard (RideClean P/B 131 - Cell 2
DNFDave Vukets (Trek Red Truck Cycling)Row 132 - Cell 2
DNFChris Stuart (Team 133 - Cell 2
DNFKai Applequist (Team 134 - Cell 2
DNFDaniel Ramsey (ZteaM)Row 135 - Cell 2
DNFJonathan Baker (KFAN Composite Team)Row 136 - Cell 2
DNSRaymond Kreder (Garmin/Felt)Row 137 - Cell 2
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Sprint 1
1Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)5pts
2Ian Macgregor (Team Type1)3Row 1 - Cell 3
3Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)1Row 2 - Cell 3
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Sprint 2
1Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)5pts
2Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)3Row 1 - Cell 3
3Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)1Row 2 - Cell 3
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1Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)15pts
2Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)12Row 1 - Cell 3
3Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)10Row 2 - Cell 3
4Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)8Row 3 - Cell 3
5Ian Macgregor (Team Type1)6Row 4 - Cell 3
6Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)4Row 5 - Cell 3
7Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)2Row 6 - Cell 3
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1Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)5pts
2Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)4Row 1 - Cell 3
3Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)3Row 2 - Cell 3
4Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)2Row 3 - Cell 3
5Glen Chadwick (Rock Racing)1Row 4 - Cell 3
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1Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)15pts
2Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)12Row 1 - Cell 3
3Francisco Mancebo Perez (Rock Racing)10Row 2 - Cell 3
4Darren Lill (Team Type1)8Row 3 - Cell 3
5Glen Chadwick (Rock Racing)6Row 4 - Cell 3
6Philip Zajicek (Fly V Australia)4Row 5 - Cell 3
7Jeff Louder (BMC Pro Cycling Team)2Row 6 - Cell 3
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Young rider
1Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)4:07:12
2Peter Stetina (Garmin/Felt)0:02:18
3Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)0:04:34
4Max Jenkins (KFAN Composite Team)0:04:53
5Peter Salon (Garmin/Felt)0:14:29
6Zack Simons (Cole Sport)0:18:52
7Christopher Hong (Team 6 - Cell 2
8Bjorn Selander (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)Row 7 - Cell 2
9Chris Barton (BMC Pro Cycling Team)Row 8 - Cell 2
10Taylor Shelden (Garmin/Felt)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Chase Pinkham (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:19:31
12Jesse Sergent (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:19:40
13Ryohei Komori (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:20:03
14Will Dugan (Team Type1)0:20:09
15David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 14 - Cell 2
16Andrew Talansky (KFAN Composite Team)0:20:40
17Erik Slack (Team
18Ben King (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:22:53
19Roman Van Uden (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:25:31
20Scott Stewart (Team Waste Management)0:27:20
21David Talbott (Team Waste Management)0:33:11
22Ryan Baumann (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:34:18
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1Rock Racing12:28:58
2OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis0:04:46
3BMC Pro Cycling Team0:08:59
5KFAN Composite Team0:14:28
6Bissell Pro Cycling0:16:59
7Kelly Benefit Strategies0:18:19
8Fly V Australia0:22:31
9Team Type 10:22:57
10Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home0:23:42
11RideClean P/B Patentit.com0:35:48
13Ciclismo Racing0:42:54
14Team Rio Grande0:47:41
15Team Bobs-Bicycles.com0:47:51
16Cole Sport0:49:02
17U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG0:51:13
18California Giant Berry Farms0:52:03
19Trek Red Truck Cycling0:52:24
20Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF1:13:15
21Canyon Bicycles All Stars1:19:10
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General classification after stage 4
1Francisco Mancebo Perez (Rock Racing)10:58:01
2Darren Lill (Team Type1)0:00:46
3Jeff Louder (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:01:29
4Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)0:01:54
5Philip Zajicek (Fly V Australia)0:02:03
6Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:02:18
7Matthew Busche (Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:02:36
8Patrick McCarty (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:03:05
9Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing)0:04:14
10Brent Bookwalter (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:04:18
11Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:05:38
12Matthew Cooke (RideClean P/B
13Glen Chadwick (Rock Racing)0:08:29
14Peter Stetina (Garmin/Felt)0:08:47
15Max Jenkins (KFAN Composite Team)0:09:02
16Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:09:03
17Tyler Wren (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)0:09:25
18Scott Tietzel (KFAN Composite Team)0:10:20
19Bradley White (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:10:32
20David Zabriskie (Garmin Slipstream)0:10:45
21Peter Horn (Team Rio Grande)0:10:57
22Rob Britton (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:12:27
23Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)0:14:26
24Floyd Landis (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:14:31
25Alexander Hagman (Ciclismo Racing)0:14:32
26Aaron Olsen (KFAN Composite Team)0:17:14
27Christopher Baldwin (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:20:22
28Bjorn Selander (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:21:14
29Chad Beyer (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:21:55
30John Hunt (California Giant Berry Farms)0:22:07
31Zach Watson (Team
32Steve Bovay (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:25:12
33Nathaniel English (ZteaM)0:25:18
34Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)0:26:50
35Ian McKissick (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:26:53
36Chris Jones (Team Type1)0:26:54
37Daniel Vaillancourt (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)0:28:35
38Nate Page (RideClean P/B
39Ian Gray (Ciclismo Racing)0:29:25
40Jesse Moore (California Giant Berry Farms)0:29:26
41John Eisinger (Ciclismo Racing)0:30:03
42Peter Salon (Garmin/Felt)0:30:23
43David Clinger (Cole Sport)0:30:53
44Ian Macgregor (Team Type1)0:31:48
45Reid Mumford (Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:31:56
46Chase Pinkham (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:32:08
47Timothy Johnson (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:32:20
48Justin England (California Giant Berry Farms)0:34:00
49Jim Camut (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:34:13
50Bill Demong (Cole Sport)0:34:29
51Jonathan Garcia (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:34:31
52Nic Hamilton (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:34:45
53Erik Slack (Team
54Justin Laue (ZteaM)0:38:20
55Victor Hugo Pena (Rock Racing)0:39:05
56David Glick (RideClean P/B
57Benjamin Day (Fly V Australia)0:40:42
58Colt Trant (KFAN Composite Team)0:41:13
59Ryohei Komori (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:41:21
60Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:41:33
61David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:41:34
62Christopher Hong (Team
63Christopher Phipps (ZteaM)0:42:49
64Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:42:51
65James Mattis (California Giant Berry Farms)0:42:58
66Jose Erique Gutierrez Cataluna (Rock Racing)0:43:14
67Jesse Sergent (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:45:40
68Paul Esposti (Ciclismo Racing)0:45:59
69Chris Winn (Team Rio Grande)0:46:30
70Alex Candelario (Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:46:53
71Andrew Talansky (KFAN Composite Team)0:47:32
72Bernie Sulzberger (Fly V Australia)0:47:49
73Will Dugan (Team Type1)0:48:23
74Ben King (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)0:49:35
75Scott Stewart (Team Waste Management)0:50:21
76Chris Barton (BMC Pro Cycling Team)0:51:00
77Brandon Lynch (Team
78Taylor Shelden (Garmin/Felt)0:51:41
79Evan Hyde (Cole Sport)0:51:58
80Jeremy Vennell (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:52:10
81Roman Van Uden (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:52:56
82Zack Simons (Cole Sport)0:53:01
83Paul Mach (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:53:41
84David Talbott (Team Waste Management)0:56:48
85Norman Bryner (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:57:10
86Stefano Barberi (ZteaM)0:57:13
87Jared Barrilleaux (California Giant Berry Farms)0:57:49
88Roman Kilun (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:57:52
89Will Routley (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:57:56
90Evan Elken (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)0:58:08
91Cameron Evans (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:58:42
92Todd Hageman (Cole Sport)0:58:45
93John Murphy (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)0:59:04
94Kiel Reijnen (Team Rio Grande)0:59:18
95Kevin Noiles (Trek Red Truck Cycling)0:59:21
96David Harward (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)0:59:39
97Morgan Schmitt (Bissell Pro Cycling)1:00:33
98Allen Krughoff (Team Rio Grande)1:02:35
99Josh Bartlett (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)1:03:15
100Jesse Gordon (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)1:04:14
101Ryan Baumann (U23 Trek-LIVESTRONG)1:04:17
102Paul Thomas (RideClean P/B
103Troy Heithecker (Team Rio Grande)1:06:59
104Vincent Owens (ZteaM)1:08:46
105James Wingert (ZteaM)1:09:12
106Alessandro Bazzanna (Fly V Australia)1:09:13
107Eric Jeppsen (Cole Sport)1:11:07
108Eric Pardyjak (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)1:11:36
109Alex Rock (Canyon Bicycles All Stars)1:14:27
110Michael Telega (California Giant Berry Farms)1:14:42
111Adam Thuss (Trek Red Truck Cycling)1:15:13
112Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant Berry Farms)1:31:52
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Sprint classification
1Francisco Mancebo Perez (Rock Racing)10pts
2Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)10Row 1 - Cell 3
3Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing)8Row 2 - Cell 3
4David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit Strategies)6Row 3 - Cell 3
5Bradley White (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)5Row 4 - Cell 3
6Victor Hugo Pena (Rock Racing)4Row 5 - Cell 3
7Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)3Row 6 - Cell 3
8Ian Macgregor (Team Type1)3Row 7 - Cell 3
9Will Dugan (Team Type1)3Row 8 - Cell 3
10David Clinger (Cole Sport)2Row 9 - Cell 3
11Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)1Row 10 - Cell 3
12John Murphy (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)1Row 11 - Cell 3
13Benjamin Day (Fly V Australia)1Row 12 - Cell 3
14Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)1Row 13 - Cell 3
15Roman Van Uden (Land Rover-Orbea b/f the LAF)1Row 14 - Cell 3
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Mountains classification
1Alex Howes (Garmin/Felt)39pts
2Francisco Mancebo Perez (Rock Racing)26Row 1 - Cell 3
3Darren Lill (Team Type1)23Row 2 - Cell 3
4Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)22Row 3 - Cell 3
5Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)16Row 4 - Cell 3
6Jeff Louder (BMC Pro Cycling Team)12Row 5 - Cell 3
7Bradley White (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)12Row 6 - Cell 3
8Andrew Guptill (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)11Row 7 - Cell 3
9Benjamin King (Fly V Australia)10Row 8 - Cell 3
10Aaron Olsen (KFAN Composite Team)10Row 9 - Cell 3
11Patrick McCarty (OUCH Pro Cycling p/b Maxxis)8Row 10 - Cell 3
12Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing)8Row 11 - Cell 3
13Nathaniel English (ZteaM)8Row 12 - Cell 3
14Glen Chadwick (Rock Racing)7Row 13 - Cell 3
15Matthew Busche (Kelly Benefit Strategies)6Row 14 - Cell 3
16Ian Macgregor (Team Type1)