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Aldape does a solo job on Mt Bachelor

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The women's podium (l-r) Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) first with Amber Rais (TIBCO) second and Allison Powers (Team Type 1) third.

The women's podium (l-r) Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) first with Amber Rais (TIBCO) second and Allison Powers (Team Type 1) third. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The men's field heads out in the morning.

The men's field heads out in the morning. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Right after the start Tom Zirbel (Bissell), teammate Birk Swindlehurst and Jonathan Garcia (BMC) get up the road.

Right after the start Tom Zirbel (Bissell), teammate Birk Swindlehurst and Jonathan Garcia (BMC) get up the road. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Jonathan Garcia (BMC) leads the break of three.

Jonathan Garcia (BMC) leads the break of three. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing) stayed near the front today to protect the yellow jersey.

Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing) stayed near the front today to protect the yellow jersey. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Chris Baldwin (OUCH) spends another day in the climber's jersey.

Chris Baldwin (OUCH) spends another day in the climber's jersey. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Tom Zirbel (Bissell) looks back to check the progress of the break.

Tom Zirbel (Bissell) looks back to check the progress of the break. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Part of the field heads toward the looming Mount Bachelor.

Part of the field heads toward the looming Mount Bachelor. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Jesse Sergent (Trek/Livestrong) leads the break that stayed out for most of the day.

Jesse Sergent (Trek/Livestrong) leads the break that stayed out for most of the day. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Davide Frattini (Colavita) and Tim Johnson (OUCH) figured into today's break.

Davide Frattini (Colavita) and Tim Johnson (OUCH) figured into today's break. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The break trudges along on its way to Bachelor.

The break trudges along on its way to Bachelor. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Davide Frattini (Colavita) looking happy to be in the break.

Davide Frattini (Colavita) looking happy to be in the break. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) was in the break for another attempt at a stage win.

Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) was in the break for another attempt at a stage win. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Rock Racing had everyone stacked on the front today to keep things under control.

Rock Racing had everyone stacked on the front today to keep things under control. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Victor Hugo Pena (Rock Racing) was his usual hard working self all day.

Victor Hugo Pena (Rock Racing) was his usual hard working self all day. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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A considerable gap opens up as the field disappears in the distance.

A considerable gap opens up as the field disappears in the distance. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Davide Frattini (Colavita) back on the front and working hard.

Davide Frattini (Colavita) back on the front and working hard. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Rock Racing setting tempo at the front.

Rock Racing setting tempo at the front. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The break gets even more time on the field.

The break gets even more time on the field. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Riders pass by a fire damaged area along the route.

Riders pass by a fire damaged area along the route. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Riding along the lakes on the way to Mount Bachelor.

Riding along the lakes on the way to Mount Bachelor. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The men's field passes by one of the alpine lakes along the way.

The men's field passes by one of the alpine lakes along the way. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) comes to the front as the finish gets a little closer.

Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) comes to the front as the finish gets a little closer. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Mike Creed (Team Type 1) keeps the pressure on at the front of the break.

Mike Creed (Team Type 1) keeps the pressure on at the front of the break. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The peloton gets to the base of the climb.

The peloton gets to the base of the climb. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Breakaway riders begin to get caught on the climb.

Breakaway riders begin to get caught on the climb. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) safe at the front.

Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) safe at the front. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Glen Chadwick leads the Rock Racing train.

Glen Chadwick leads the Rock Racing train. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Moises Adalpe (Team Type 1) takes off on his own.

Moises Adalpe (Team Type 1) takes off on his own. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Moises Adalpe (Team Type 1) solos in for the win.

Moises Adalpe (Team Type 1) solos in for the win. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Cath Cheatley (Colavita) having another good climbing day.

Cath Cheatley (Colavita) having another good climbing day. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Jessica Phillips (Lip Smackers) at the front even after her time trial win yesterday.

Jessica Phillips (Lip Smackers) at the front even after her time trial win yesterday. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Kayakers take a break to watch the women's peloton pass by.

Kayakers take a break to watch the women's peloton pass by. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Allison Powers (Team Type 1) sitting in the bunch and waiting for an attack.

Allison Powers (Team Type 1) sitting in the bunch and waiting for an attack. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Julie Beveridge (TIBCO) had another stellar ride to hold on to the white jersey.

Julie Beveridge (TIBCO) had another stellar ride to hold on to the white jersey. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Mountains surrounded the women on today's stage.

Mountains surrounded the women on today's stage. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) launches her vicious attack.

Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) launches her vicious attack. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) going hard solo on the way in.

Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) going hard solo on the way in. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) takes her third stage win in Cascade.

Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) takes her third stage win in Cascade. (Image credit: Jon Devich)

Moises Aldape (Team Type 1) loves Mt Bachelor. So much so that he won the BMC Cascade Cycling Classic's stage four road race for the second year running. The Mexican climber separated himself from his breakaway companions on the ascent up to the Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort and arrived at the top alone ahead of a bunch sprint won by Phil Zajicek (Fly V Australia), Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing) and overall race leader Oscar Sevilla.

"Winning here last year meant that I knew the roads up the last climb and that was perfect" said Aldape who dedicated the win to his wife Gabriela and son Gabriel. "I was watching as the attacks were going and went with them. I came across to my teammate Michael Creed on the climb. I attacked knowing that if I came back he would go next. It's only important for someone from my team to win the stage."

Sevilla maintained his overall lead ahead of runner up Jeff Louder (BMC) and teammate Mancebo as the race heads into the stage five downtown criterium. "My team worked very well today considering there were so many attacks going on," Sevilla said. "The start was very difficult and very aggressive. But we stayed relaxed and did not worry. I have a strong team."

After spending more than 90 kilometres off the front together, seven riders from an early breakaway began to splinter at the base of the 16km climb up to the top of Mt Bachelor Ski Resort. They included Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell), Tim Johnson (OUCH p/b Maxxis), Davide Frattini (Colavita-Sutter Home), Jackson Stewart (BMC), Kirk Carlsen (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin), Michael Creed (Team Type 1) and Jesse Sergent (Livestrong).

After an all-day chase from the leading team Rock Racing, the gap to the breakaway continued up the climb to gain more than a minute's advantage. BMC sent off a string of attacks to put pressure on race leader Sevilla. As a result, five riders lead by Tony Cruz (BMC) bridged across to remnants of the original break. BMC dominated the chase having Steve Bovay and Chris Barton also in the chase along with David Vitoria (Rock Racing) and defending stage winner Aldape.

BMC set the pace for the next several kilometres pulling away from Rock Racing. Aldape made his winning move with six kilometres to go, displayed his climbing pedigree by opening an immediate 20 second gap. He continued to muscle his way toward the five kilometre to go sign where his advantage exploded to more than 35 seconds on chasers Bovay and Vitoria.

Overall contender Rory Sutherland (OUCH p/b Maxxis) attempted to bridge to the pair of chasers but in the end it was Peter Stetina (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin) who successfully made his way across, increasing the chase to three riders. The climb began to flatten out with in the final two kilometres allowing the peloton to pick up momentum, reeling in the three chasers and setting up for a bunch sprint for second place.

"It's great to get on the podium here,"said Zajicek who admitted he thought he won the stage not knowing Aldape was off the front. "I don't have teammates here so I was able to sit back and play my chances and wait. I had to get my elbows out a little bit but with a sprint amongst climbers it wasn't too bad. I knew the finish was so fast that it would be tough for a group to stay away. Hats off to the original break because Rock Racing was going full gas so they must have been going extremely hard too."

Taking on the 'queen' stage

Some 155 riders lined up to start stage four of the Cascade Cycling Classic, a 132km road race that started at the base of a 24km KOM. Aldape initiated the first move of the day with Jamie Sparling (Trek-Red Truck). The pair were soon joined by Nathaniel English (Z Team) and Brad Gehrig (ColeSport) and gained some additional horsepower when time trial specialist Tom Zirbel (Bissell) and Jonathan Garcia (BMC) joined the mix.

Rock Racing banned together in an effort to bring back the early move, serving to set up the second break of the day with Zirbel and his teammate Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell) along with Brent Bookwalter (BMC). Unfortunately all early moves were doomed with the onset of the first KOM hot spot at the top of the climb. Stetina picked up full points and Baldwin and Sevilla tied up the lead of the polk-a-dot jersey competition. The jersey was presented to Sevilla who proceeded to accumulate additional KOM points for placing fourth in the stage.

The action continued down the lengthy descent into the 'Sun River Cut Off' resulting in the day's most decisive split. It was a well-represented group of eight riders containing Jacques-Maynes, Johnson, Frattini, Sergent, Creed, Stewart and Carlsen. Stage one winner, Jacques-Maynes posed the biggest threat sitting in fifth place in the overall, 1:59 behind Sevilla.

"We had to put the pressure on and this isn't really my kind of terrain so I had to do what I could," Jacques-Maynes said. "The break was on an absolute terror. Hats off to Creed because he was riding like a maniac. We were rallying as hard as we could and I knew there wasn't anyone who could chase us. Me making that move really put pressure on Rock Racing."

Each rider in the break took their turn on the front trying to gain as much time as possible on the field before the base of the final climb. They gained a maximum of three minutes but the advantage began to drop fast as they neared the finale kilometres. Jacques-Maynes regained the event's green best sprinters jersey after picking up full points in the hot spot sprint located at the base of the final climb.

"I would not have been in yellow so at least we are on the podium and can compete for another jersey," Jacques-Maynes continued. "I went for the sprint and knew that Carlsen was going to try to beat me for it. Wearing the points jersey is unique for me. I'm not looking forward to the criterium tomorrow because I broke my collarbone here last year. I've had a big mental block about doing this downtown criterium for the whole year.

Rock Racing's quick pace reduced the time margin to a more manageable 1:10 as the approached the start of the lengthy finishing climb. "I was never too worried about the break because everyone on my team has a lot of experience," Sevilla said. "We were paying attention and watching the time they had. My team did a great job on the last climb."

The racing continues with a flat and fast 90 minute criterium held in downtown Bend. The technical criterium will offer a chance for the climbers to rest and the sprinters to sprint over the short city block circuit.

Stevens makes it three for Webcor-Builders

Evelyn Stevens (Webcor-Builders) continued her impressive string of results at the Cascade Cycling Classic, soloing into her third stage win atop Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort. Runner up Amber Rais (TIBCO) outpaced Alison Powers (Team Type 1) in a two-up sprint for second.

"That was so awesome and my teammates totally rocked today," said Stevens. "They just kept me safe and five of them would sit up front and rotate when anything got up the road. I didn't have to do any effort until we got to the base of the climb. I had to deliver after the work they did for me today."

Stevens continues to lead the overall classification ahead of Rais and Powers heading into the stage five criterium held in downtown Bend tomorrow afternoon. "It was a serious bike race out there, non-stop action all day." said Rais pleased with her mid-season form. "Webcor rode amazing today too. We [TIBCO] made the race really hard for them and they responded every time."

TIBCO attacks and Webcor reacts

A field of 90 women lined up for the Cascade Cycling Classic's 'queen' stage, a 114km of climbing, climbing and more climbing! Lauren Tamayo (TIBCO) sprinted off the start line and was followed by Kristin McGrath (Value Act Capital) along with several other unidentified riders. Her effort kicked off a series of TIBCO attacks that forced Webcor-Builders to respond by organizing a team chase.

"There are so many great competitors out there and I had the team that could just bring it all back," Stevens said. "I tried to work and they would just look at me and say ‘get back in there'."

The second moved of the day was initiated by Joanne Kiesanowski (TIBCO) after the feed zone that resulted in a large 14-rider break gain time on the peloton. Kristin Sanders (Value Act Capital) followed the move and remained off the front for an additional 20km. Sanders breakaway continued to re-shuffle with new faces as they approached the base of the final climb.

Second in the time trial, Alison Starnes jumped across to the break away forcing Webcor-Builders to chase a little harder. A select group of seven riders emerged after the next round of attacks all of which Stevens was prepared to respond to. "The whole plan was to wait for TIBCO to attack and then counter," Stevens said. "Jessica Phillips attacked, Amber Rais attacked and then I went. I was a little worried that I went early but I just had to hold on. But it didn't feel nearly as hard as the stage two climb."

A chase group of seven riders trailed Stevens up the duration of the climb. The seven riders included Rais and Powers along with the event's best young rider Julie Beveridge (TIBCO), Cath Cheatley (Colavita-Sutter Home), Jessica Phillips (Lip Smackers), Chrissy Ruiter (Value Act Capital) and Kathryn Donovan (Kahala LaGrange). Powers, Rais, Ruiter and Beveridge continued to attack each other over the final kilometres of the climb, trying to move up in the overall.

Another round of attacks resulted in Rais and Powers separating themselves from the rest of the chase group, headed into a two-up sprint for second place behind Stevens. "My best bet was to try to get some time bonuses at the finish toward the overall," Power said. "But, it was an awesome day, with only three teammates we had to be smart, save our legs and take good advice from our directeur."

Results

Pro men
1Moises Aldape (USA) Team Type 13:17:44
2Phil Zajicek (USA) Fly V Australia p/b Successful0:00:13
3Francisco Mancebo Perez (USA) Rock Racing
4Oscar Sevilla Rivera (USA) Rock Racing
5Alex Howes (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
6Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team
7Rory Sutherland (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
8Matt Wilson (USA) Team Type 1
9Caleb Fairly (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
10Davide Frattini (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
11Darren Lill (USA) Team Type 1
12Jeff Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team
13Steve Bovay (USA) BMC Racing Team
14Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Team
15Kirk Carlsen (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
16Taylor Shelden (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
17James Camut (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
18Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team
19Chris Jones (USA) Team Type 1
20Peter Salon (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
21Burke Swindlehurst (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
22Peter Stetina (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
23Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
24Valeriy Kobzarenko (USA) Team Type 1
25Corey J Collier (USA) Team Rio Grande
26Ian Mckissick (USA) BMC Racing Team
27Chris Baldwin (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
28Cameron Evans (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
29Victor Hugo Pena (USA) Rock Racing
30Rob Britton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
31Tom Zirbel (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
32Jeremy Vennell (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
33Erik Slack (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:01:07
34Mike Olheiser (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar
35Jonathan Page (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson
36Bjorn Selander (USA) Livestrong
37James Mattis (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
38Jesse Moore (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
39Matt Cooke (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com
40Aaron Olson (USA) Oakley/Sidi
41Mike Creed (USA) Team Type 1
42Nathaniel E English (USA)
43Jeff Hartman (USA)0:01:23
44Tony Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team
45Kris Lunning (USA) Above Category Racing
46Nick Clayville (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
47Julian Kyer (USA) Livestrong
48Sam Bewley (USA) Livestrong
49Nic Hamilton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
50Luis Romero Amaran (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
51Jesse Sergent (USA) Livestrong
52Chris Hong (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
53Paul Mach (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
54Bradley White (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
55Tim Johnson (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
56Carson Miller (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
57Stefano Barberi (USA) ZteaM0:01:41
58Ian Macgregor (USA) Team Type 10:01:46
59Mike Sidic (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:01:50
60Brad Gehrig (USA) ColeSport
61Emerson Oronte (USA) IF / Lionette's
62Evan Hyde (USA) NashvilleCyclist.com
63Kevin Rowe (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
64Stefan Rothe (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar
65Ben Knoeller (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
66Trevor Connor (USA) Chris Cookies/Swan Cycles
67Corey Farrell (USA) Swamis-FPPI Dev Elite
68Ben D'Hulst (USA) ColeSport
69Michael Mathis (USA) Empire Hotel Group PB Northwav
70Scott Stewart (USA) Team Waste Management
71Glen Gladwick (USA) Rock Racing
72Nathan Wilson (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV0:02:09
73Michael Northey (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
74Charlie Bryer (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:02:16
75Tyler Trace (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
76Westley Gough (USA)
77Andrew Dahlheim (USA) Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team
78Garrett Mcleod (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona
79Ian Tuttle (USA) Above Category Racing
80Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
81Robbie King (USA) IF / Lionette's
82Spencer Smitheman (Can) Now-MS Society
83Adam Switters (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
84Justin England (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
85Andrew Talansky (USA) Amore-Vita/Velo Vie p/b Lifeti
86Marcel Aarden (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona
87Adrian Hegyvary (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
88Josh Dillon (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale
89Todd Hageman (USA) ColeSport
90James Lanham (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar
91Lang Reynolds (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
92Brad Bingham (USA) Team Rio Grande
93Morgan Schmitt (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
94Benjamin King (USA) Livestrong
95Joshua Bartlett (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
96Dave Vukets (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
97David Glick (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com
98Vinny Owens (USA) HDR p/b MRBerkeley.com
99Cameron Hoffman (USA) ColeSport
100Anibal Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
101Patrick Mccarty (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:02:37
102Colt Trant (USA)0:02:43
103Larry Warbasse (USA) Team Waste Management0:02:49
104Kevin Wolfson (USA) IF / Lionette's0:03:02
105Kevin Noiles (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:03:31
106Allen Krughoff (USA) Team Rio Grande0:03:49
107Ryan Baumann (USA) Livestrong
108Bryan Mcvey (USA) Vision Quest0:04:17
109Kai Applequist (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:04:22
110Raymond Kreder (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:05:15
111Lucas Sebastian Haedo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:05:42
112Alejandro Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
113Eric Pardyjak (USA) ColeSport
114Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 1
115Andrew Pinfold (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
116Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling
117Danny Summerhill (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
118Corey Carlson (USA) Team Rio Grande
119Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
120Aaron Tuckerman (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
121Phil Elsasser (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
122Steve Reaney (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
123Osvaldo Olmos (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
124Roman Vanuden (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
125Eric Schildge (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale
126Nathan Macdonald (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
127Kirk Obee (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
128Omer Kem (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
129Guy East (USA) Livestrong
130Chris Barton (USA) BMC Racing Team
131Russ Langley (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson
132Sean Mazich (USA) Team Waste Management
133Ivan Dominguez (USA) Rock Racing0:06:00
134Nicholas Snaderson (USA) Rock Racing
135Chris Stuart (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
136Evan Elken (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:06:59
137Alister Ratcliff (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale0:07:30
138David Vitoria Cano (USA) Rock Racing0:07:35
139Chris Turner (USA) Above Category Racing0:26:24
140Michael Margraf (USA) Safeway/Bicycles Plus
141Sean Passage (USA)0:27:04
142Todd Yezefski (USA) IF / Lionette's0:27:42
143Kennett P Peterson (USA) Team Oregon0:27:45
DNFJohn Hunt (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
DNFTaylor Phinney (USA) Livestrong
DNFJamie Sparling (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
DNFSam Johnson (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
DNFWilliam Dugan (USA) IF / Lionette's
DNFPaul Thomas (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com
DNFStevie Cullinan (USA) Team Waste Management
DNFDavid Talbott (USA) Team Waste Management
DNFRyan Mckean (USA) Bend Bike N Sport
DNFJosh Liberles (USA) Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles
DNFChris Stastny (USA)

Pro women
1Evelyn Stevens (USA) Webcor Builders3:05:56
2Amber Rais (USA) Team TIBCO0:00:12
3Alison Powers (USA) Team Type 1
4Julie Beveridge (USA) Team TIBCO0:00:20
5Cath Cheatley (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
6Jessica Phillips (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:00:26
7Chrissy Ruiter (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
8Kathryn Donovan (USA) Kahala LaGrange
9Katharine Carroll (USA) Team TIBCO0:00:55
10Robin Farina (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
11Kristen Lasasso (USA) Team Lip Smacker
12Joanne Kiesanowski (USA) Team TIBCO
13Erinne Willock (USA) Webcor Builders
14Rebecca Much (USA) Webcor Builders
15Teri Sheasby (USA) Bend Bike N' Sport
16Amanda Miller (USA) Team Lip Smacker
17Marisa Asplund (USA) DFT p/b Treads
18Alison Shanks (USA) Bike NZ0:01:31
19Kristin Mcgrath (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
20Rachel Neylan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad
21Kori Seehafer (USA) Team Type 1
22Rachel Warner (USA) Team Group Health
23Alisha Welsh (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
24Toni Bradshaw (USA) Team Lip Smacker
25Meredith Miller (USA) Team TIBCO
26Marilyn Mcdonald (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:01:48
27Ruth Clemence (USA) Touchstone Climbing
28Ally Stacher (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
29Alison Starnes (USA) Team TIBCO
30Gillian Moody (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
31Alice Pennington (USA) VELOFORMA0:01:54
32Melanie Meyers (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:02:19
33Stacy Marple (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:02:55
34Erika Graves (USA) Kahala LaGrange
35Heather Pryor (USA) Touchstone Climbing
36Olivia Dillon (USA) Touchstone Climbing
37Carmen Mcnellis (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
38Heather Kay (USA)
39Kristin Sanders (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
40Erica Zaveta (USA) Team Group Health
41Melinda Weiner (USA) Kahala LaGrange
42Brei Gudsell (USA) VELOFORMA
43Kathryn Bertine (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus
44Amity Elliott (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:03:26
45Tracey Jacobs (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus
46Lise Olivier (USA) Tulsa Toug Racing0:03:50
47Christina Smith (USA) VELOFORMA0:04:06
48Jane Robertson (USA) Metromint Cycling0:04:14
49Ambre Levy (USA) DFT p/b Treads
50Robin Secrist (USA) VELOFORMA
51Ashley Anderson (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad
52Heather Logan (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
53Tina Pic (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
54Sharon Allpress (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
55Annie Malouin (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
56Coryn Rivera (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad
57Rushlee Buchanan (USA) Bike NZ0:04:23
58Patricia Bailey (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
59Morgan Kapp (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:04:30
60Emma Rickards (USA) Team TIBCO0:06:28
61Lauren Tamayo (USA) Team TIBCO
62Kirsty Broun (USA) Team Lip Smacker
63Hilary Billington (USA) Team Lip Smacker
64Amanda Seigle (USA) Metromint Cycling
65Lauren Hall (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
66Anne Samplonius (USA) Team Lip Smacker
67Kristina Seley (USA) Touchstone Climbing
68Tiffany Pezzulo (USA) DFT p/b Treads
69Amy Dombroski (USA) Webcor Builders
70Anna Milkowski (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:07:21
71Katheryn Mattis (USA) Webcor Builders
72Jacquelyn Crowell (USA) Team Type 1
73Gabriela Ferrat (USA) VELOFORMA0:07:46
74Martina Patella (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
75Gina Grain (USA) Webcor Builders
76Kendall Ryan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:08:22
77Linsey Bradshaw-Sandoval (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:08:26
78Cara Gillis (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:08:46
79Lindsay Myers (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:09:34
80Jadine Riley (USA) Team Group Health0:10:05
81Arielle Filiberti (USA) Team Group Health0:10:09
82Rachel Heal (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
83Kelly Benjamin (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
84Melissa Sanborn (USA) Vanderkitten Racing
85Cara Bussell (USA) Team Group Health
86Leah Guloien (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:11:08
87Holly Borowski (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:11:37
HDYukie Nakamura (USA) Metromint Cycling0:39:59

General classification - pro men
1Oscar Sevilla Rivera (USA) Rock Racing9:08:51
2Jeff Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team0:00:40
3Francisco Mancebo Perez (USA) Rock Racing0:01:00
4Ian Mckissick (USA) BMC Racing Team0:01:18
5Rory Sutherland (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:01:20
6Chris Baldwin (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:01:40
7Victor Hugo Pena (USA) Rock Racing0:01:54
8Darren Lill (USA) Team Type 10:02:09
9Jeremy Vennell (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:02:18
10Matt Wilson (USA) Team Type 10:02:29
11Steve Bovay (USA) BMC Racing Team0:03:23
12Chris Jones (USA) Team Type 10:03:25
13Cameron Evans (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:03:56
14Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:04:02
15Davide Frattini (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:05:27
16Tony Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team0:05:29
17Peter Stetina (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:05:55
18Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team0:06:25
19Caleb Fairly (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:07:33
20Moises Aldape (USA) Team Type 10:07:38
21Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:07:42
22Kirk Carlsen (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:08:16
23Peter Salon (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:08:40
24Mike Olheiser (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar0:08:51
25Bjorn Selander (USA) Livestrong0:08:59
26Matt Cooke (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com0:09:00
27Corey J Collier (USA) Team Rio Grande0:09:04
28Mike Creed (USA) Team Type 10:09:44
29Anibal Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:09:49
30James Mattis (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:09:54
31James Camut (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:10:01
32Kevin Rowe (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:10:10
33Glen Gladwick (USA) Rock Racing0:10:18
34Erik Slack (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:10:44
35Valeriy Kobzarenko (USA) Team Type 10:10:46
36Jesse Moore (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:11:01
37Scott Stewart (USA) Team Waste Management0:11:09
38Patrick Mccarty (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:11:22
39Jeff Hartman (USA)0:11:46
40Rob Britton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:11:49
41Taylor Shelden (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:11:50
42Nick Clayville (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:11:52
43Julian Kyer (USA) Livestrong0:12:00
44Luis Romero Amaran (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:12:02
45Adrian Hegyvary (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:12:33
46Nic Hamilton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:12:38
47Trevor Connor (USA) Chris Cookies/Swan Cycles0:12:49
48Tim Johnson (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:12:53
49Andrew Talansky (USA) Amore-Vita/Velo Vie p/b Lifeti0:13:04
50Tom Zirbel (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:13:05
51Marcel Aarden (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:13:10
52Ben Knoeller (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:13:11
53Chris Hong (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:13:21
54Alex Howes (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:13:27
55Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team0:13:43
56Paul Mach (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:13:46
57Robbie King (USA) IF / Lionette's0:13:58
58Phil Zajicek (USA) Fly V Australia p/b Successful0:14:13
59Aaron Olson (USA) Oakley/Sidi0:14:17
60Michael Mathis (USA) Empire Hotel Group PB Northwav0:14:23
61Mike Sidic (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:14:24
62Stefano Barberi (USA) ZteaM0:14:25
63Guy East (USA) Livestrong0:15:06
64Colt Trant (USA)0:15:07
65Jesse Sergent (USA) Livestrong0:15:34
66Benjamin King (USA) Livestrong0:15:47
67Lang Reynolds (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:15:55
68Larry Warbasse (USA) Team Waste Management0:16:04
69Cameron Hoffman (USA) ColeSport0:16:10
70Sam Bewley (USA) Livestrong0:16:14
71Vinny Owens (USA) HDR p/b MRBerkeley.com0:16:17
72Westley Gough (USA)0:16:20
73David Vitoria Cano (USA) Rock Racing0:16:28
74Corey Farrell (USA) Swamis-FPPI Dev Elite0:16:35
75Emerson Oronte (USA) IF / Lionette's0:16:58
76Lucas Sebastian Haedo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:17:05
77Ian Macgregor (USA) Team Type 10:17:14
78Spencer Smitheman (Can) Now-MS Society0:17:21
79Bernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling0:17:26
80James Lanham (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar0:17:33
81Jonathan Page (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson0:17:35
82Ivan Dominguez (USA) Rock Racing0:17:45
83Kevin Wolfson (USA) IF / Lionette's
84David Glick (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com0:17:46
85Adam Switters (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:17:48
86Todd Hageman (USA) ColeSport0:17:55
87Ryan Baumann (USA) Livestrong0:18:06
88Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:18:12
89Danny Summerhill (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:18:13
90Ben D'Hulst (USA) ColeSport0:18:22
91Bryan Mcvey (USA) Vision Quest0:18:34
92Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 10:18:55
93Evan Hyde (USA) NashvilleCyclist.com0:19:10
94Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Team0:19:19
95Kevin Noiles (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:19:21
96Kai Applequist (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:19:31
97Charlie Bryer (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:19:34
98Kris Lunning (USA) Above Category Racing0:19:40
99Nicholas Snaderson (USA) Rock Racing0:19:44
100Stefan Rothe (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar0:19:49
101Burke Swindlehurst (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:19:55
102Allen Krughoff (USA) Team Rio Grande0:20:08
103Ian Tuttle (USA) Above Category Racing0:20:22
104Brad Gehrig (USA) ColeSport0:21:04
105Eric Pardyjak (USA) ColeSport
106Andrew Dahlheim (USA) Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team0:21:39
107Bradley White (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:21:46
108Chris Barton (USA) BMC Racing Team0:22:12
109Alejandro Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:22:14
110Justin England (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:22:30
111Raymond Kreder (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:22:45
112Nathaniel E English (USA)0:22:46
113Josh Dillon (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale0:22:53
114Michael Northey (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:23:21
115Tyler Trace (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:23:25
116Alister Ratcliff (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale0:23:46
117Nathan Wilson (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV0:23:47
118Morgan Schmitt (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:24:00
119Garrett Mcleod (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:24:13
120Joshua Bartlett (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:24:18
121Osvaldo Olmos (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:24:20
122Carson Miller (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:25:27
123Roman Vanuden (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:25:50
124Omer Kem (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:25:56
125Andrew Pinfold (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:26:27
126Russ Langley (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson0:27:04
127Phil Elsasser (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:27:22
128Eric Schildge (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale0:27:28
129Aaron Tuckerman (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:27:38
130Corey Carlson (USA) Team Rio Grande0:27:57
131Nathan Macdonald (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:28:04
132Evan Elken (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:28:25
133Sean Mazich (USA) Team Waste Management0:29:00
134Brad Bingham (USA) Team Rio Grande0:32:34
135Dave Vukets (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:34:06
136Steve Reaney (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:34:56
137Chris Stuart (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:35:29
138Kirk Obee (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:37:10
139Chris Turner (USA) Above Category Racing0:39:58
140Sean Passage (USA)0:41:54
141Michael Margraf (USA) Safeway/Bicycles Plus0:42:01
142Kennett P Peterson (USA) Team Oregon0:42:06
143Todd Yezefski (USA) IF / Lionette's0:48:48

General classification - pro women
1Evelyn Stevens (USA) Webcor Builders10:29:34
2Amber Rais (USA) Team TIBCO0:01:18
3Alison Powers (USA) Team Type 10:01:39
4Julie Beveridge (USA) Team TIBCO0:01:40
5Cath Cheatley (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:02:07
6Katharine Carroll (USA) Team TIBCO0:02:11
7Chrissy Ruiter (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:02:26
8Jessica Phillips (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:02:40
9Alison Starnes (USA) Team TIBCO0:03:23
10Meredith Miller (USA) Team TIBCO0:03:41
11Robin Farina (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
12Joanne Kiesanowski (USA) Team TIBCO0:03:59
13Marisa Asplund (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:04:21
14Kristin Mcgrath (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:04:23
15Kristen Lasasso (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:04:31
16Kori Seehafer (USA) Team Type 10:04:55
17Rachel Neylan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:05:05
18Alison Shanks (USA) Bike NZ0:05:12
19Kathryn Donovan (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:05:26
20Alisha Welsh (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:05:47
21Ruth Clemence (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:05:50
22Stacy Marple (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:05:54
23Teri Sheasby (USA) Bend Bike N' Sport0:06:14
24Rebecca Much (USA) Webcor Builders0:07:15
25Toni Bradshaw (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:07:31
26Kristin Sanders (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:08:03
27Marilyn Mcdonald (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:08:16
28Ally Stacher (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:08:20
29Erinne Willock (USA) Webcor Builders0:08:49
30Gillian Moody (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:08:50
31Alice Pennington (USA) VELOFORMA0:10:06
32Erika Graves (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:11:08
33Carmen Mcnellis (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:11:11
34Heather Pryor (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:11:30
35Heather Kay (USA)0:12:34
36Sharon Allpress (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:12:52
37Lise Olivier (USA) Tulsa Toug Racing0:13:00
38Robin Secrist (USA) VELOFORMA0:13:21
39Olivia Dillon (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:13:22
40Erica Zaveta (USA) Team Group Health0:13:36
41Kathryn Bertine (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:13:54
42Tina Pic (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:14:12
43Anne Samplonius (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:14:32
44Rachel Warner (USA) Team Group Health0:14:56
45Ashley Anderson (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:15:02
46Rushlee Buchanan (USA) Bike NZ0:15:17
47Katheryn Mattis (USA) Webcor Builders0:15:23
48Amanda Miller (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:15:28
49Melinda Weiner (USA) Kahala LaGrange
50Lauren Tamayo (USA) Team TIBCO0:15:38
51Anna Milkowski (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:15:47
52Morgan Kapp (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:15:50
53Jane Robertson (USA) Metromint Cycling0:16:15
54Amy Dombroski (USA) Webcor Builders0:16:23
55Christina Smith (USA) VELOFORMA0:16:27
56Annie Malouin (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:16:29
57Coryn Rivera (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:17:12
58Gina Grain (USA) Webcor Builders0:17:15
59Brei Gudsell (USA) VELOFORMA0:17:55
60Melanie Meyers (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:18:24
61Tracey Jacobs (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:18:42
62Emma Rickards (USA) Team TIBCO0:19:06
63Tiffany Pezzulo (USA) DFT p/b Treads
64Patricia Bailey (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:19:09
65Amity Elliott (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:20:09
66Gabriela Ferrat (USA) VELOFORMA0:20:33
67Heather Logan (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:21:27
68Ambre Levy (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:21:28
69Martina Patella (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:22:07
70Lindsay Myers (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:22:27
71Melissa Sanborn (USA) Vanderkitten Racing0:23:20
72Jadine Riley (USA) Team Group Health0:24:01
73Linsey Bradshaw-Sandoval (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:24:58
74Hilary Billington (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:25:02
75Kristina Seley (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:25:23
76Kirsty Broun (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:25:30
77Amanda Seigle (USA) Metromint Cycling0:26:20
78Arielle Filiberti (USA) Team Group Health0:26:22
79Lauren Hall (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:26:26
80Kelly Benjamin (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:26:33
81Rachel Heal (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:27:39
82Cara Gillis (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:28:43
83Jacquelyn Crowell (USA) Team Type 10:29:21
84Leah Guloien (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:29:23
85Kendall Ryan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:29:41
86Cara Bussell (USA) Team Group Health0:34:14
87Holly Borowski (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:39:48

 

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Kirsten Frattini is an honours graduate of Kinesiology and Health Science from York University in Toronto, Canada. She has been involved in cycling from the community and grassroots level to professional cycling's WorldTour. She has worked in both print and digital publishing, and started with Cyclingnews as a North American Correspondent in 2006. Moving into a Production Editor's role in 2014, she produces and publishes international race coverage for all men's and women's races including Spring Classics, Grand Tours, World Championships and Olympic Games, and writes and edits news and features. As the Women's Editor at Cyclingnews, Kirsten also coordinates and oversees the global coverage of races, news, features and podcasts about women's professional cycling.

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