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Sneddon and Kindree tie in sprint finish in BC Bike day 2

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Splitting up the starts into 10 waves of racers helps keep the bottlenecks on the course down.

Splitting up the starts into 10 waves of racers helps keep the bottlenecks on the course down. (Image credit: BC Bike)
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Two riders on singletrack

Two riders on singletrack (Image credit: BC Bike)
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The bearded Dane, Erik Skovgaard, Sonke Wegman of Germany and Brett Tippie, having a little pre-race hair sandwich.

The bearded Dane, Erik Skovgaard, Sonke Wegman of Germany and Brett Tippie, having a little pre-race hair sandwich. (Image credit: BC Bike)
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More cheers and apparently trombones are making their way to the trails this year with the addition of a cheer zone at several stages. Brett Tippie will be leading the charge to keep on trail spirits up.

More cheers and apparently trombones are making their way to the trails this year with the addition of a cheer zone at several stages. Brett Tippie will be leading the charge to keep on trail spirits up. (Image credit: BC Bike)
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Canada Day is well represented at the BCBR. Ryder's Eyewear passed out sunglasses with the colors of multiple nations to make it one big celebration.

Canada Day is well represented at the BCBR. Ryder's Eyewear passed out sunglasses with the colors of multiple nations to make it one big celebration. (Image credit: BC Bike)
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Juergen Watts and race founder Dean Payne are on course all week as bike patrol and trail ambassadors.

Juergen Watts and race founder Dean Payne are on course all week as bike patrol and trail ambassadors. (Image credit: BC Bike)
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Wade Simmons passing out hugs to the women's duo leaders Nicole Kuttriff and Susanne Rathgeb

Wade Simmons passing out hugs to the women's duo leaders Nicole Kuttriff and Susanne Rathgeb (Image credit: BC Bike)
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Kris Snedden of Kona is maintaining a slim margin as race leader.

Kris Snedden of Kona is maintaining a slim margin as race leader. (Image credit: BC Bike)

The BC Bike Race takes Canada Day seriously and showed the world what Canadians have to be proud about. A trail network that seems boundless. Day 2 of the BC Bike Race rolled into the town of Campbell River with its merry travelers after an early departure from the quite streets of Cumberland. Originally renowned for its Salmon fishing, the trails of the now famous Snowden Demonstration Forest surrounding the town saw a different type of angling as riders got hooked on a new trail experience. Less climbing and more speed had riders pumping and flowing their way back to base camp at Willow Point Park. For day 2, the sun continued to shine on the race but the old growth forest kept racers cool beneath its verdant canopies. With trails like Lost Frog, Mudhoney Pass and Boxed Lunch, it seems British Columbia's most vibrant industry is the production of trails worth traveling the world to ride.

There are no separate courses for elite riders or for the weekend adventurers. Some finish and look at their times while others say they don't care, but, curiosity usually gets the best of them and they sneak a peek "Just to know". To see an almost five-hour gap between the first rider and the last is proof that it's doable for many levels.

Despite the percentage of people who claim they are not racing, there is still a serious cut-throat battle happening at the front. For the second year in a row, a stage finished in a three-man sprint between the current race leader and those vying to take control. Essentially tying, Kris Snedden (Kona) and Neil Kindree (Specialized/ Corsa Cycles) sprinted across the line for the same time after a drag-strip show of power over a wheel sucking stretch of grass. Spencer Paxson (Kona) held the wheels of the two riders till almost the end but finished a second behind the dueling duo. Matt Hadley riding for Xprezo pulled in seven seconds behind and the red-bearded Dane, Erik Skovgaard (Racing29ers), held tight all day and even lead through sections of the trail Mudhoney, only to fade 45 seconds in the end.

The men's race really shifted to team tactics when race leader Snedden burped a tire. His teammates Cory Wallace and Paxson were in the group with Skovgaard, Hadley, and last year's champion Kindree. When it was apparent Snedden was catching back up, Wallace waited for Snedden and proved his brass by working to bring him back towards the lead group for 15 or 20 minutes to the start of the first enduro stage. Snedden gapped wallace and made his way back to his main adversaries. Paxson, Wallace and Snedden played a classic "Zone Defense" according to the American Paxson. "Cory Drilled it probably harder than I would have gone by myself." Kindree is continuing to be a marked man.

Wendy Simms brought Kona their third podium of the day with a Kim Hurst (Mud Cycles) and Trish Grajczyk (Deadgoat Racing) trailing in five and 11 minutes back respectively. Simms switched back to her dual suspension for the rest of the week after thinking her lack of training would be boosted by a hardtail on day one. It's the women's race that represents the most countries in the top five with riders from New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway and Canada showing how international the BC Bike Race has become.

Tomorrow, the race visits Powell River for the the fourth time in BCBR history. Situated on the banks of the Georgia Straight, this stage has become one of the riders' favorites. Last year, racers were greeted with bagpipes and the town ringing cowbells as they departed the BC Ferries and walked to camp. Andreas Hestler, BCBR's Media captain sees Powell River as another jewel in the week for the riders. "The community is really into it, the trails are amazing, and it's an incredible base camp sitting right on the beach. It's the triangle of power." It'll be a full body workout despite the deceptively small amount of climbing on the course profile. No matter how the day goes for racers they'll have an opportunity to rest their legs and minds while watching the sun set from their tents.

Stage results not available.  GC results are below.


Solo men general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kris Sneddon (Canada) Kona4:42:04
2Neal Kindree (Canada) Specialized/Corsa Cycles0:00:56
3Spencer Paxson (United States) Kona Factory Team0:02:44
4Matt Hadley (Canada) Xprezo0:02:53
5Cory Wallace (Canada) Kona0:05:49
6Erik Skovgaard Knudsen (Denmark) Racing29Ers0:05:53
7Ian Longville (Australia) Team Ian0:31:43
8Sönke Wegner (Germany) World Of Mtb0:33:31
9Vuille Jonas (Switzerland) Jonas Racing Team0:36:34
10Michael Robinson (Canada) Peak2Peak Racing0:37:20
11Guido Thaler (Austria) Craft Rocky Mountain0:39:04
12Paris Basson (Australia) Rocky Mountain/Magellan Gps0:39:19
13Anibal Sã¡Nchez (Mexico) Yakima Santacruz0:39:52
14Carter Hovey (Canada) Mbc/Orbea/Smp0:41:32
15Christopher Kelly (United States) Evergreen Cycling0:45:08
16Eric Goodwin (Canada) Republic Bicycles0:46:54
17Dave Vunic (Canada) Team Dave0:47:47
18Aaron Wilson (United States) Team Crutch0:50:01
19Kevin Noiles (Canada) Sunday Best Racing0:50:29
20Hugo Bardou (Canada) Xprezo-Borsao0:54:42
21Jeff Blair (Canada) Ryders Eyewear / Louis Garneau / Continental Tires0:56:34
22Alexandre Frappier (Canada) Opus Ogc1:00:15
23Robb Parsons (United States) Outfitters / Wells Fargo1:05:45
24Dominik Hug (Switzerland) Www.Bikeschule-Olten.Ch1:07:22
25Simon Lamond (Canada) Team Simon1:09:27
26Andreas Hestler (Canada) Rocky Mountain Bikes1:15:47
27Colin Izzard (United States) Carmichael Training1:18:15
28Nathan Spencer (Australia) On The Go Racing1:20:13
29Joe Schwartz (Canada) Kona Bikes1:27:44
30Eric Goss (Canada) East Infection 21:28:14
31Erik Bakke (Canada) Deadgoat Racing1:29:58
32Jeff Jacobson (United States) Team Jeff1:32:58
33Sam Whittingham (Canada) Naked Bicycles1:34:43
34Mark Liedtke (Germany) Harambee/Pedaliero1:36:49
35Justin Matthews (Australia) Team Justin1:43:20
36Brendan Kealey (United States) Iowa City Cycling Club1:46:26
37Gustavo Astolphi (Brazil) Pedal Urbano - Green Machine1:47:51
38David Durette (Canada) Team David1:51:25
39Juan Carlos Vazquez (Mexico) Tribu1:53:05
40Alejandro Carriedo (Mexico) Guadalupanos1:55:26
41Gerardo Lopez Orendain (Mexico) Tarahumara1:56:32
42Daniel Humm (United States) Bike Tech1:56:51
43Marty Blades (Canada) Team Marty2:01:02
44Roland Benesocky (Canada) Sorca2:01:33
45Andrew Janke (Australia) Team Andrew2:02:35
46Oscar Dorantes (Mexico) Tribu2:02:37
47Martin Gisler (Switzerland) Bikefrog.Ch2:13:13
48Stefan Kendel (Canada) Bruce's Cycle Works2:17:31
49Jason Swackhamer (Australia) Team Jason2:21:11
50Jason Bryce (Australia) Team Jason2:22:06
51Joshua Fonner (United States) Roam Life2:23:02
52Joel Tate (Australia) Freo De Janeiro
53Piers Buck (Hong Kong) Team Piers2:31:18
54Hector Dorantes Oâ´Loughlin (Mexico) Tribu2:35:17
55Grant Williams (South Africa) Epic Sports Cycle Shop2:35:36
56Paul Martin (Canada) Team Paul2:40:16
57Walker Jackson (United States) Bicycle Tech/ Eleven Madison Park2:48:13
58Adam Walker (New Zealand) Team Adam2:51:01
59Aaron Ufferman (United States) Team Aaron2:53:56
60Samir Salas (Mexico) Trink22:55:53
61Carl Chandler (Canada) 32 Whatever2:56:06
62Clinton Halsey (South Africa) Wtf2:57:25
63Guillaume Seyer-Forget (Canada) Gearheads2:58:18
64Bevin Reith (Canada) Lapdogs Cycling Club2:58:21
65Jean-Francois Cantin (Canada) Team Jean-Francois2:59:55
66Daniel Kibble (Australia) Crank D Cycles3:02:12
67Scott Mccallum (Canada) Team Scott3:03:33
68Stefan Wright (Australia) Team Stefan3:07:32
69Juan Pablo De Aguinaga A (Mexico) Trink23:09:22
70Martin Koran (United States) Sbrc3:10:11
71Helmi Müller (South Africa) Bpc Bullet3:11:55
72Brendan Grundlingh (South Africa) Team Brendan3:13:12
73Karl Guillotte (Canada) Team Karl3:15:51
74Christopher Poulin (Canada) Team Christopher3:18:44
75Trevor Greene (Canada) Team Trevor3:25:04
76Trevor Anderson (Canada) Bicisport3:26:32
77Thomas Walton (United States) Progressive Trail Design3:30:23
78Matt Bilbey (Canada) Ea Sports3:30:31
79Lawrence Lee (Hong Kong) Cyclone Cycling Club3:31:33
80Francisco Zermeno (Mexico) Francisco Zermeno3:31:39
81Cory Krock (Canada) Bicisport3:33:22
82Patrick Burr (Canada) Just Me3:35:16
83Matt Oreilly (United States) Trailspring3:40:05
84Daryl Ternowski (Canada) Team Daryl3:46:06
85Chris Wan (Hong Kong) Team Chris3:46:15
86Graeme Street (United States) Cyclo-Core3:46:40
87David Cole (Canada) Team Dave3:47:02
88Rodrigo Galvez (Mexico) Venados Cb Gdl3:47:26
89Guillermo De La Vega (Mexico) Team Guillermo3:49:49
90Carlos Garcia (Mexico) Team Carlos3:51:44
91Nathan Woodruff (United States) Trailspring3:52:18
92Johannes Mcdonald (Canada) Team Johannes3:56:07
93Colin Maynard (Canada) Team Colin3:58:34
94Felix De Leon Ramirez (Mexico) Halcones4:08:01
95Augusto Alvarez (Mexico) Lobos Del Desierto4:10:39
96Benito Canales (Mexico) Halcones4:15:30
97Luis Alarcon Yturbide (Mexico) Team Luis4:19:35
98Chad Vowles (Australia) Team Chad4:20:56
99Rohan Vowles (Australia) Team Rohan4:23:14
100Jose Jaime (Mexico) Team Jose4:24:42
101Chris Durand (Canada) Team Chris4:27:58
102Phil Mowatt (Canada) Ccn4:29:15
103Robin Simpson (Australia) Team Robin4:29:17
104Ben Otto (United States) Team Ben4:30:25
105Archibaldo Dorantes Vazquez A (Mexico) Tiburones4:31:44
106Dirk Funken (Netherlands) Team Dirk4:32:23
107Bernardo Martinez-Negrete (Mexico) Team Bernardo4:43:08
108Eduardo Gras (United States) Guadalupano4:47:02
109Eoin Nield (Australia) Pmb Club4:47:16
110Rodrigo Morales Ramirez (Mexico) Trink24:47:37
111Tom Cockerton (Australia) Team Tom4:48:24
112Werner Hattingh (South Africa) Team Werner4:58:53
113Jesus Vigil (Mexico) Halcones5:03:52
114Eduardo Morales (Mexico) Diamond Adventure5:04:53
115Jorge Parra (Mexico) Tiburones5:10:30
116Marco Monsivais (Mexico) Titanes Cycling Team5:16:45
117Reto Schuetz (Switzerland) The Long And The Short5:19:46
118Santiago Mariscal (Mexico) Team Santiago5:20:45
119Scott Sissons (Canada) Team Scott5:24:44
120Charles Rowbotham (United Kingdom) Team Charles5:24:54
121Rotsen Villabon (Venezuela) Team Rotsen5:32:03
122Ken Leahy (Canada) Okanagan Spring5:32:09
123Shaun Leahy (Canada) Team Shaun
124Jean-Pierre Viljoen (Canada) Team Jean-Pierre5:32:11
125Chris Flood (Ireland) Team Floody5:33:59
126Manuel Romo (Mexico) Team Manuel5:38:43
127Josue Rodriguez (Mexico) Halcones5:39:08
128Manuel Hernandez (Mexico) Team Manuel5:44:42
129Juan Gonzalez (Mexico) Diamond Adventure5:49:16
130Axel Palme (Mexico) Venados Cv Gdl5:50:27
131Steven Benats (Belgium) Delhaize5:51:41
132Marcel Borges (United States) Ccs5:52:48
133Luis Peralta (Mexico) Trink25:53:13
134Rodolfo Lopez Orendain (Mexico) Tarahumara5:53:31
135Jorge Gutierrez (Mexico) Venados Cb Gdl5:53:42
136Dan Jones (Canada) Team Dan5:54:04
137Eduardo Pieck (Mexico) Venados Cb Gdl5:56:13
138Marco Cavicchioli (United States) Cometi5:57:48
139Juan Carlos Gonzalez (Mexico) Tuiburones6:04:16
140Gerardo Padilla Garza (Mexico) Halcones De Saltillo6:04:36
141Grant Noble (South Africa) Visualedge6:05:42
142Jesus Michel (Mexico) Fr Team6:09:13
143Hiu Nam Toby Chow (Hong Kong) Toby Chow6:12:23
144Maximo Borges (United States) Ccs6:13:39
145Alejandro Maldonado (Mexico) Trink26:15:08
146Ernesto Ortiz (Mexico) Fr Team6:50:19
147Joaquin Lopez Orendain (Mexico) Tarahumara6:53:49
148Guillermo Martínez (Venezuela) Team Guillermo6:59:27
149Carlos Fernandez (United States) Team Carlos7:04:38
150Juan Ignacio Garcia Narro (Mexico) Halcones7:17:14
151Fabian Lopez Narro (Mexico) Halcones
152Jose Humberto Davila (Mexico) Halcones De Saltillo7:22:45
153Hernan Grosbard (United States) Team G7:29:08
154Javier Soto (Mexico) Trink28:12:36

Solo women general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Wendy Simms (Canada) Kona5:47:54
2Kim Hurst (New Zealand) Mud Cycles0:07:14
3Trish Grajczyk (Canada) Deadgoat Racing0:18:22
4Kari Bråtveit (Norway) Tvk0:36:17
5Annika Bergman (Switzerland) Craft Rocky Mountain Team0:42:33
6Sarah Olner (Canada) Team Sarah1:10:48
7Ana Paula Guerrero (Mexico) Tribu1:16:55
8Sarah Seads (Canada) Elm1:20:17
9Jaclyn Schapel (Australia) Liv/Giant Australia1:29:36
10Ashlie Angel (United States) Team Ashlie1:31:54
11Adrienne Miller (Canada) Team Adrienne1:37:41
12Kelly Geisheimer (Canada) Team Kelly1:38:54
13Angela Sucich (United States) Sturdy Bitch Racing1:43:29
14Sierra Van Der Meer (Canada) Team Sierra1:53:33
15Tara Geach (Canada) Team Tara2:16:18
16Kristie Fogarty (New Zealand) Coffee Culture2:26:24
17Katie Jackson (United States) Sturdy Bitch Racing2:26:55
18Charmaine Lightfoot (Canada) Bc Ferries3:04:21
19Adrienne Bee Lane (United States) Sturdy Bitch Racing4:18:30
20Christine Perigen (United States) Roam Life4:35:00
21Anthea William (Australia) Team Anthea4:56:57
22Elizabeth Frame (United States) Team Elizabeth6:21:53
23Tracy Kendrick (United States) Team Tracy9:51:56

Solo master men general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Matt Shandro (Canada) Team Matt5:37:01
2Peter Knoop (United States) Motor Mile Racing0:00:05
3Dave Crewe (Canada) Ei3 Inc.0:13:00
4Robin Bråtveit (Norway) Tvk0:15:36
5Stuart Horak (Canada) Team Stuart0:16:23
6Erik Keniston (United States) Single Track0:18:54
7Roger Foco (United States) Bicycle Tech Racing0:21:39
8Chann Mcrae (United States) 787 Racing0:26:23
9John Warnock (United Kingdom) Las Vegas Institute Of Sport0:29:17
10Ian Smith (Canada) Miva0:30:34
11Peter Clayton (Australia) Cyclery Northside Specailized0:37:52
12Chris Mckillican (Canada) Chrismckillican.Com0:40:57
13Huib De Roo (Canada) Team Huib0:42:42
14Davin Carlson (Canada) Alberni Valley Riders0:44:20
15David Harris (Australia) Regional Financial Solutions0:54:43
16Nicholas Martin (United States) Atlas Cycling Team0:54:56
17Aj Power (New Zealand) Ems Power Cookies1:00:42
18Stephen Ball (Canada) Team Stephen1:02:01
19John Munger (United States) Loppet Nordic Racing1:03:44
20Richard Humphries (Canada) Maple Ridge Cycle1:04:20
21John Sagebiel (United States) Team John1:07:58
22Vanni Balboni (Italy) Green Devils Team1:08:05
23Marc Kazimirski (Canada) Kazlaw1:08:43
24Trevor Warne (Canada) Team Trevor1:09:55
25Brian Lahiffe (Canada) Team Brian1:10:01
26Charles Gauvin (Canada) Deadgoat1:13:59
27Bryan Baker (Canada) Team Baker1:15:48
28Alex Primucci (Mexico) Tribu1:20:39
29William Johnson (United States) Www.Tarrasheart.Com / Fresh Bikes1:23:23
30Carlos Villa (Mexico) Tribu1:24:55
31Jeff Chan (Hong Kong) Team Jeff1:27:07
32Arama Jillings (Canada) Team Arama1:27:35
33Derick Berry (Canada) Fernie Central Reservations1:30:12
34Thomas Sulentic (United States) Mercy Specialized1:34:26
35George Herriott (United States) Team George
36Rene Damy (Mexico) Trink21:35:39
37Bill Dossett (United States) No Better1:38:40
38Luke Angel (United States) Team Luke1:43:53
39Richard Usher-Jones (Canada) Team Richard1:45:18
40Warren Borlase (New Zealand) Team Warren1:47:40
41Craig Raynes (India) Bums On The Saddle1:50:09
42Jorge Alarcon (Mexico) Tiburones1:52:40
43Demetrio Sodi (Mexico) Triburones1:53:00
44Wayne Bernknopf (Canada) Skiis And Bikes1:57:38
45Eric Unrau (Canada) Team Eric2:03:04
46Oscar Velazco (Mexico) Diamond Adventure2:07:12
47Gonzalo Reyes (United States) Concretti2:18:55
48Scott Bratt (Canada) Team Scott2:20:15
49Luis Miguel Urteaga (Mexico) Diamond Adventure2:21:14
50Jeremy Black (Canada) Team Jeremy2:22:26
51Alvaro Chavez (Mexico) Trink22:24:49
52Luis Carcoba (Mexico) Tribu2:25:06
53Felipe Basich (Mexico) Tribu2:30:19
54Paul Young (United States) Team Paul2:32:24
55Pedro Gonzalez (Mexico) Trink22:41:58
56Jeff Smyth (Canada) Team Jeff2:45:03
57Joe Little (Canada) Marlboro Racing Team2:57:42
58Andres Garza (Mexico) Halcones3:00:04
59Luis Siller (Mexico) Halcones De Saltillo3:00:06
60Rodrigo Gomez (Mexico) Bofin 13:05:15
61Dan Hubbard (United States) Middle Age Bros3:17:44
62Mike Mccabe (Canada) Ea Sports3:19:08
63Jamie Mitchell (Canada) Team Jamie3:21:02
64Rafael Gonzalez (Mexico) Diamond Adventure3:42:01
65Jorge Chapa (Mexico) Team Jorge3:42:54
66Dominic Pliszka (United Kingdom) Team Dominic3:43:14
67Wai Ming Haston Liu (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Non Stop3:45:02
68Colm Flood (Canada) Team Colm3:45:11
69Andy Crane (United Kingdom) Team Andy3:45:37
70Jerry Raduy (Canada) Team Jerry3:49:23
71Chris Redden (Canada) Pedal Magazine3:53:45
72Bryan Mathisen (United States) Team Bryan3:54:45
73Vernon Felton (United States) Team Sloth3:57:55
74Jose Luis Del Bosque (Mexico) Halcones Saltillo4:04:48
75Shaun Ledgerwood (United Kingdom) Team Shaun4:11:34
76Mark Richards (United Kingdom) Team Mark4:11:36
77John Kafrouni (United States) Rebound4:12:37
78Eddie Wong (Hong Kong) Team Eddie4:16:55
79Richard Proctor (South Africa) Sd64:19:45
80Marco A Breceda (Mexico) La Primavera4:25:44
81Thomas Howard (Canada) Bc Beer Demons4:33:40
82Graham Girdwood (South Africa) Will I Am4:34:03
83Michael Mchugh (Canada) Taws Cycle And Sports4:37:15
84Chad Hooper (Canada) Team Chad4:47:30
85Todd Hedquist (Canada) Team Todd4:47:32
86Juan Luis Martinez Flores (Mexico) Chiapas Mexico4:53:56
87Tim Peper (Canada) Mark Owen4:55:27
88Mark Owen (Canada) Team Mark4:55:28
89Bill Ogier (New Zealand) Team Bill4:55:59
90Eugene Sepke (Canada) Fvmba/Kazlaw Award4:56:43
91Marcio Lima (Brazil) Goiabada Power4:56:55
92Diego Valenzuela (Mexico) Bofin 15:00:25
93Jose Robles (Mexico) Trink25:05:23
94Lorne Kraft (Canada) Auto Kraft5:05:56
95Cassio Roberto Schunck (Brazil) Team Cassio Roberto5:07:11
96Ruben Ibarra (Mexico) Tribu5:08:06
97Eddie Keturakis (United States) Team Eddie5:10:19
98Cesar Herrera (Mexico) Choco's Bike Club5:11:59
99David Ariano (Canada) Team David5:13:13
100Kevin Young (Australia) Team Kevin5:19:45
101Martin Diaz (United States) Ferrominio5:35:21
102Erik Holmlund (Canada) Xea5:36:09
103Mike Morten (Canada) Team Mike5:44:59
104Jorge Miranda (Mexico) Trink26:02:39
105James Bentley (Canada) Team James6:14:23
106Gavin Rigby (United Kingdom) Team Gavin8:14:19
107Manuel Espinosa (Mexico) Chiapas Mexico9:01:33
108Mike Vantil (Canada) Elite Health
109Justin Gullickson (Canada) Ei3 Inc.
110Roberto Martinez (Mexico) Grupo Red Frio

Solo veteran men general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ted Russo (Canada) Openroad Auto Group5:34:53
2Jeff Odom (United States) Team Crutch0:35:38
3Ian Cartwright (United Kingdom) Liteoption1:06:49
4Van Council (United States) Michael Racers1:22:33
5Ron Faithfull (United States) Pro Wheel Builders Las Vegas1:35:57
6John Skrypnyk (Canada) Team John1:37:47
7Eduardo Llach (United States) Menlo Bike Club1:57:16
8James Szarko (Canada) Team James2:11:52
9David Burke (United States) Team David2:12:26
10Mario Quiroz (Mexico) Diamond Adventure2:15:04
11Greg Irwin (Canada) Team Greg2:24:16
12Rick Vezzoli (Chile) Team Rick2:31:44
13Bob Faulkner (Canada) Gypsy Van2:36:19
14Richard Dustan (Canada) Gypsy Wagon Racing
15Jorge R Schiller Azcona (Mexico) Team Jorge R2:50:54
16Jez Scarratt (United Kingdom) One Legged & Ok3:24:08
17Octavio Urrea (Mexico) Diamond Adventure3:25:28
18Luis Espinoza (Mexico) Team Luis3:54:49
19Jean-Charles Ouellet (Canada) Ind3:59:43
20Eric Fourmentin (Belgium) Team Eric4:31:25
21Mark Rowbotham (United Kingdom) Team Mark4:44:06
22Ivan Tarriba (Mexico) Team Ivan4:53:12
23Ian Hogg (United Kingdom) Ian Hogg5:01:19
24Miguel Angel Zamora (Mexico) Team Miguel Angel5:15:45
25Juan Miguel Gandoulf (Mexico) Diamond Adventur5:25:21
26Stuart Loewen (Canada) Ripper Dads6:19:10
27Alan Bond (United Kingdom) Team Alan8:25:01
28Rodolfo Lopez Stoupignan (Mexico) Tarahumara0:54:33

Solo master women general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Carey Mark (Canada) Steed Cycles6:16:01
2Tamara Goeppel (Canada) Yukon Travel0:09:49
3Jen Mcrae (United States) 787 Racing0:49:22
4Susan Prater (New Zealand) Team Susan3:53:41
5Kathy Malvern (United States) Fischer Plumbing Racing4:03:00
6Lai Han Dennex Lui (Hong Kong) Team Lai Han Dennex4:09:58
7Diana Munger (United States) Loppet Nordic Racing4:25:20
8Susan Clementson (United States) Sturdy Bitch Racing4:49:15
9Wendy Lorena Chan Landeros (Mexico) Sinaloa Bikes4:49:49
10Teresa Edgar (Canada) Team Teresa5:57:20

Duo men general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Christoph Listmann (Germany) & Michael Anthes (Germany) Bike Magazin5:28:33
2Kevin Calhoun (Canada) & Greg Day (Canada) Rocky Mountain Factory0:10:45
3Nick Gould (United States) & Miles Venzara (United States) Ska/Zia/Trek0:31:06
4Paul Newnham (United Kingdom) & Oliver Young (United Kingdom) Clif Bar - Uk0:50:10
5Felipe Guelfi (Uruguay) & Alexis Cuello (Uruguay) Uruguay1:00:02
6Christoph Zimmermann (Germany) & Tobias Zaehringer (Germany) Craft - Rocky Mountain 11:00:49
7Craig Furlong (Canada) & Bas Van Lankvelt (Canada) Dutch Rudders1:04:56
8Ricardo Carriedo (Mexico) & Carlos Carriedo (Mexico) Guadalupanos1:06:37
9Simon Raubenheimer (South Africa) & Gavin Wood (South Africa) Pure Planet1:08:26
10Tim Dougherty (United States) & Rich Dillen (United States) Team Dicky1:15:21
11Barry Harris (Canada) & Andre Cordes (South Africa) Epic Sports Sa1:19:02
12Graham Friesen (Canada) & Kevin Wolting (Canada) Los Burros Locos1:25:05
13Carlos Zavarce (Canada) & Wade Simmons (Canada) Wayne And Carlucci1:25:24
14Mateus Merlo Zandona (Brazil) & Juliano Arce Nunes (Brazil) 3Z / Tche Bikers1:28:45
15Oliver Munnik (South Africa) & Simon Munnik (United States) White Knuckle Pinners1:41:34
16Trent Theriault (United States) & Bryan Rails (United States) Dirty Hippy1:45:26
17Angus Kilpatrick (Canada) & Dave Collins (Canada) Hungover1:47:24
18Pascal Knuchel (Switzerland) & Julien Knuchel (Switzerland) Obsolete1:57:56
19Jeff Simard (Canada) & Kevin Robinson (Canada) Les Chantales2:19:07
20Santiago Hernandez (Mexico) & Bernardo Gomez Talancon (Mexico) Lobos Del Desierto2:25:12
21Matthew Perry (Canada) & Steve Connor (Canada) Rolling With My Homey2:37:01
22Danny Morin (Canada) & William Morin (Canada) Genetik Rechapage20002:45:55
23Mathieu Tremblay (Canada) & Jeremy Silcox (Canada) Beans & Winners2:47:16
24Christopher Salomone (United States) & Nicholas Mohn (United States) Toyota Forklifts Of Atlanta2:52:58
25Colin Christie (Canada) & Trevor Mitzel (Canada) Tfh3:28:38
26Russell Smith (United Kingdom) & Daniel Wood (United Kingdom) Tangfastics3:36:34
27Emile Bruneau (United States) & Robert Blunt (United States) Dirty Ruckers3:58:52
28Bryan Harrison (United States) & Gideon Spitzer-Williams (United States) Etbw4:02:05
29Paul Such (Switzerland) & Loic Rousselot (Switzerland) Scrt4:03:18
30Michael Bebbington (United Kingdom) & Mark Spicer (United Kingdom) Nucleus Uk4:20:48
31Nathan Dovick (Canada) & Jeremy Sproule (Canada) Ground Disturbance4:33:50
32David Currie (Australia) & Ryan Emberley (Canada) Winners And Beans 24:50:55
33Liam Alexander (Canada) & David Swift (Canada) Leafs5:04:43
34Kirill Chizhov (Russian Federation) & Konstantin Stelmakh (Russian Federation) Feriders5:11:47
35Simon Barrow (United Kingdom) & Peter Sharpe (United Kingdom) People Like Us6:12:04
36Jiri Pavlinec (Czech Republic) & Jiri Rach (Czech Republic) Veskom Czech7:08:36
37Brian Goldman (United States) & Jordan Foss (United States) Stmpwr1:29:39

Duo women general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Nicole Kuttruff (Germany) & Susanne Rathgeb (Germany) Craft - Rocky Mountain 27:41:27
2Claire Garcia-Webb (Australia) & Rhonda Gardner (New Zealand) Rcbc0:05:25
3Susan Rawley (United States) & Lajuan Kelley (United States) Absolute Exhale1:15:15
4Lauren Ziedonis (United States) & Valerie Vanderpool (United States) Team Nothin But Class2:36:34

Duo mixed general classification after stage 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Anke Dannowski (Germany) & Felix Breske (Germany) Kivel:O)7:30:19
2Olivier Blain (Canada) & Sophie Poirier (Canada) Ours Prudent0:47:50
3Paul Jones (New Zealand) & Vicky Robertson (New Zealand) Chocolate Slice Nz0:57:56
4Michelle Dignon (Canada) & John Dignon (Canada) Digdog Life1:06:17
5Karen Rodgers (Canada) & Brad Rodgers (Canada) Bk Team1:08:20
6Thomas Gujer (United States) & Julie Gujer (United States) Way Off Course1:24:43
7Alta Kuys (South Africa) & Christian Kuys (South Africa) Mister & Missus Kuys1:50:44
8Daniel Ferraz (Brazil) & Anisse Chami (Brazil) O'ney2:20:34
9Sue Cox (Australia) & Kirk Pushie (Australia) Team Pivot2:38:41
10Jean-Sebastien Bilodeau (Canada) & Karine Vigneault (Canada) Panoramic Team3:41:08
11Miki Hayase (Japan) & Kiyoshi Nakazawa (Japan) Nakazawa Gym3:47:43
12Gary Fenton (United States) & Beth Weimer (United States) Midwest Off Road Cyclists3:52:23

Duo veteran men 80+
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Andy Rigel (United States) & Jeff Beltramini (United States) Mafia Racing Nw5:36:29
2Martin Roos (Canada) & Doug Richards (Canada) R&R0:24:20
3Joe Murray (United States) & Robert Woerne (United States) Team Joe Bob0:25:15
4Mike Brewster (Canada) & Brendan Mccracken (Canada) Mitocanada0:42:05
5Damon Williams (Canada) & Jay Menning (Canada) Horny Goats0:42:56
6Niels Ammendrup (Denmark) & Dan Holm (Denmark) E Foqus0:50:24
7Rolf Helfenstein (Switzerland) & Stefan Helfenstein (Switzerland) Twin-Turbo0:54:21
8Ernesto Rivas (Mexico) & Mario Mendoza (Mexico) Guadalupanos11:01:13
9Thomas Camp (United States) & Piotr Bednarski (United States) Loppet Nordic Racing1:04:16
10Arlin Pachet (Canada) & Richard Yoshimura (Canada) Payo Racing1:13:53
11Stephen Gagnon (Canada) & Jamie Grimes (Canada) Team Synergy1:16:50
12Hilton Guy (South Africa) & Stan Goetsch (South Africa) Team Biogen1:50:45
13Lieven Bauwens (Belgium) & Jan De Smet (Belgium) E-Crane1:52:00
14Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre (Norway) & George Visser (Canada) Vikings1:52:44
15Cobus Grobbelaar (Canada) & Werner Gerntholtz (Canada) Carmichael Training Systems/Secret Cycles1:56:47
16Patrick Mcmahon (United States) & Todd Branham (United States) Team North Carolina1:58:18
17Mauricio Martinez (Mexico) & Jose Manuel Munoz (Mexico) Los Guadalupanos2:08:38
18Jamin Davies (Canada) & Aaron Davies (Australia) Cuddles2:19:37
19Randy Monds (Canada) & Stacey St. Louis (Canada) Beer Me2:34:32
20John Kaminsky (Canada) & Fred Svicenec (Canada) Lonestars2:35:13
21Jim Rasmussen (United States) & Brian Valverde (United States) Shimano Pearl Izumi2:44:48
22Mauricio Miranda (Mexico) & Alejandro Ibarra (Mexico) Guadalupanos - Repartidores2:47:44
23Dag Sharman (Canada) & Kyle Stevens (Canada) Team Crotalus2:50:40
24Rodrigo Pico (Chile) & Jose Gerstle (Chile) Gary Team Sportvillage 13:14:52
25Michael Kennedy (Canada) & Mark Wrightson (Canada) Mix Masters3:16:44
26William Deich (United States) & Aaron Deich (United States) The Flying Deichmen3:56:41
27Gabriel Del Valle (Mexico) & Carlos Ponce (United States) Guadalupanos Ponce Y Gabo3:59:08
28William Magboo (United States) & Chris Dock (United States) Dock-Magboo4:01:05
29Jacques Daigle (Canada) & Jim Hall (Canada) 99 And 3/44:05:31
30Guy Stuart Mcgregor (Australia) & Garth Bruce Mcgregor (Australia) Aussie & The Goose4:34:48
31Leif Nelson (Brazil) & James Nunnery (United States) Weekend Crashers5:00:42
32Barry Murphy (South Africa) & Scott Biddinger (United States) The Outlaws5:06:13
33Fernando Delorenzo (Chile) & Jorge Goldsmith (Chile) Gary Team Sportvillage 26:23:58
34Lorne Bridgman (Canada) & Greg Canuel (Canada) Parkdale Cycling & Social Club6:25:32
35Lai Thutt Foo (Singapore) & Yew Weng Lee (Singapore) 2Ccb8:53:56

Duo veteran men 100+
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Den Satake (United States) & Chris Urban (United States) Tam Bikes6:26:23
2John Vipiana (United States) & Doug Ott (United States) Happy 50Th0:02:56
3Dwayne Brown (Canada) & Eric Trouillot (Canada) Cento Uno0:12:29
4Darrell Jones (Canada) & Tom Ebbern (Canada) Liveoutthere.Com0:14:02
5Steve Beck (United States) & John Ramsden (Canada) Riding With Andy - Steed Cycles0:55:05
6Martin Roy (Canada) & Francois Calletta (Canada) Penthatlon Des Neiges De Quã©Bec1:35:05
7Matthew Cheung (Hong Kong) & Vincent Yim (Hong Kong) Hk1011:51:06
8Graeme Fitch (Canada) & Greg Mcdougall (Canada) Harbour Air1:56:59
9Bruce Pain (Australia) & Ken Mann (Australia) Regional Financial Solutions3:48:23
13Ruby Tuesday Arnold Vanderhelm (Canada) Brett Merrington (Canada)25:30:14
14Team Van Go Johnny Yeaman (Canada) Derek Macneil (Canada)25:59:17
15The Unit Terry Dixon (Canada) Jamie Broughton (Canada)26:51:23
16Barking Spiders Kelly Wilson (Canada) Marshall Cram (Canada)27:21:59
17Gypsy Wagon Racing John Dearie (Canada) Richard Dustan (Canada)28:21:56
18Iamthemotor Jason Limongelli (Canada) Charles Davis (Canada)29:07:09
19Singletrack Minds Brad Ross (United States) Bruce Ross (Canada)29:09:43
20Rhyfighters Markus Graf (Germany) Reinhold Zahn (Germany)31:58:07
21No Fear No Talent Warren Tutton (Canada) John Tymo (United States)37:22:50
NORE-Crane Jan De Smet (Belgium) Lieven Bauwens (Belgium)21:03:10
NORPaYoshi Richard Yoshimura (Canada) Arlin Pachet (Canada)
NORMTBr Marcos Guimaraes (Brazil) Paulo Ricardo Souss (Brazil)19:51:52
21No Fear No Talent Warren Tutton (Canada) John Tymo (United States)37:22:50
NORE-Crane Jan De Smet (Belgium) Lieven Bauwens (Belgium)21:03:10
NORPaYoshi Richard Yoshimura (Canada) Arlin Pachet (Canada)
NORMTBr Marcos Guimaraes (Brazil) Paulo Ricardo Souss (Brazil)19:51:52

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