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Colby climbs to stage as Sevilla wraps up overall

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

The women's overall podium with Evelyn Stevens (Webcor) first, Amber Rais (TIBCO) second and Allison Powers (Team Type 1) third. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The racing started today under hot and sunny skies.

The racing started today under hot and sunny skies. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Heading out on today's loop.

Heading out on today's loop. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Things got strung out as the attacks started to fly.

Things got strung out as the attacks started to fly. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Davide Frattini (Colavita) tried again today to make a break happen.

Davide Frattini (Colavita) tried again today to make a break happen. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Rock Racing stayed on the front all day to protect the yellow jersey.

Rock Racing stayed on the front all day to protect the yellow jersey. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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A break finally goes that puts some time on the field.

A break finally goes that puts some time on the field. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Tom Zirbel (Bissell) in pursuit of the break.

Tom Zirbel (Bissell) in pursuit of the break. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The break gets down to business and opens up a serious gap.

The break gets down to business and opens up a serious gap. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing) worked hard all week for the team.

Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing) worked hard all week for the team. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Chris Baldwin (OUCH) fighting to stay up front and hold onto the climber's jersey.

Chris Baldwin (OUCH) fighting to stay up front and hold onto the climber's jersey. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Rock Racing on the front to keep the break in check.

Rock Racing on the front to keep the break in check. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Patrick McCarty (OUCH) looking strong in the break.

Patrick McCarty (OUCH) looking strong in the break. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) finishing off a strong week of racing.

Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) finishing off a strong week of racing. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Moises Aldape (Team Type 1) was looking for his second stage win of the race today.

Moises Aldape (Team Type 1) was looking for his second stage win of the race today. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Patrick McCarty (OUCH) leads on the climb to the feed zone.

Patrick McCarty (OUCH) leads on the climb to the feed zone. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Jesse Moore (Giant/Berry Farms) was the lone amateur team rider to make it into the break today.

Jesse Moore (Giant/Berry Farms) was the lone amateur team rider to make it into the break today. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The group makes its way up one of today's longer climbs.

The group makes its way up one of today's longer climbs. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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The break continues to work well together.

The break continues to work well together. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Rock Racing still sitting on the front going into the final kilometres.

Rock Racing still sitting on the front going into the final kilometres. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Taylor Sheldon (Felt-Garmin) attacks just before the final KOM line.

Taylor Sheldon (Felt-Garmin) attacks just before the final KOM line. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Anthony Colby (Colavita) launches his race winning attack on the descent.

Anthony Colby (Colavita) launches his race winning attack on the descent. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Patrick McCarty (OUCH) gets down towards the finish as quickly as he can.

Patrick McCarty (OUCH) gets down towards the finish as quickly as he can. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Anthony Colby (Colavita) crosses the line with no one else in sight.

Anthony Colby (Colavita) crosses the line with no one else in sight. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Today's top three were Anthony Colby (Colavita) first, Taylor Sheldon (Felt-Garmin) second and teammate Alex Howes third.

Today's top three were Anthony Colby (Colavita) first, Taylor Sheldon (Felt-Garmin) second and teammate Alex Howes third. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Peter Stetina (Felt-Garmin) took over the mountain jersey after the final stage.

Peter Stetina (Felt-Garmin) took over the mountain jersey after the final stage. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing), the winner of this year's Cascade Classic.

Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing), the winner of this year's Cascade Classic. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Allison Powers (Team Type 1) in the mountains jersey, climbing in the bunch.

Allison Powers (Team Type 1) in the mountains jersey, climbing in the bunch. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Jessica Phillips (Lip Smackers) heading into the fast finish.

Jessica Phillips (Lip Smackers) heading into the fast finish. (Image credit: Jon Devich)
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Tina Pic (Colavita) makes her way in after a hard day of climbing.

Tina Pic (Colavita) makes her way in after a hard day of climbing. (Image credit: Jon Devich)

Talented climber, Anthony Colby (Colavita-Sutter Home) jump ahead of a mid-race breakaway on the final ascent and mustered enough strength to hold off the chase to claim victory in the final stage of the Cascade Cycling Classic. Colby soloed in a head of an impressive set of U23 teammates - Taylor "Tito" Sheldon and Alex Howes (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin.

"I've had many seconds and thirds but no big NRC wins," said Colby. "I'm so psyched that I'm speechless actually. I expected to ride a little better at the beginning of the week but caught a little bug and just started feeling good today. I was trying really hard to get in the right move and I'm happy it worked out."

Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) captured the overall title but not before helping his teammate Francisco Mancebo move into second place ahead of Jeff Louder (BMC) in third place. "I am very happy to win here in Cascade," said Sevilla, who hopes for another strong performance at the Tour of Utah next month. "I could not have done this without the help from all my teammates. This is an important win for our team Rock Racing, especially because it is a great race in America. It's also important for me - I'm very pleased to win this jersey."

A nine-man winning move split from the field shortly after the circuit's decisive climb on the third lap. The riders included Colby, Sheldon and Howes, Jackson Stewart (BMC), Moises Aldape (Team TYpe 1), Pat McCarty (OUCH p/b Maxxis), Omer Kem (Bissell), Jesse Moore (California Giant Berry Farms) and Ben King (Livestrong). The break worked well together and gained a maximum of three minutes ahead of the field on the penultimate lap. McCarty put in several strong attacks over the climb but the group eventually settled into a group rhythm for the last lap.

Aldape, who won stage four a top Mt Bachelor, was sitting close to Stetina and Chris Baldwin (OUCH p/b Maxxis) in the KOM points. The Mexican climber pushed the pace over the steepest portion of the climb on the last lap in pursuit of additional points. Stetina's teammate Sheldon jumped ahead to successfully take full points away from Aldape. The struggle over the crest set up Colby for his winning attack.

"I was just going with the flow over that climb and staying with the moves," Colby said. "When I countered I got a small gap and I looked back and saw them all looking at each other. I didn't even think, I just started working hard. I wasn't really thinking about the win at that point. I was thinking of getting some extra time so if they caught me second would have been OK.

Back in the bunch, Rory Sutherland attacked the break over the same steep ascent and was closely followed by Sevilla and Mancebo. Sevilla, who had a healthy lead in the overall classification, reverted to a domestique role to help his teammate Mancebo bypass Louder for second place in the overall. The trio flew into the finish line just seconds after the remnants of the original break.

"I saw that we had a gap and at that point I wanted to help Mancebo get second," Sevilla said. "I was very happy to help him do that because he is my teammate but also my close friend for many years. He worked so hard for me this week and I wanted to work for him in the end. All the teams were very strong today including BMC who were attacking a lot. My team worked very hard, they have a lot of experience and this victory is for the whole team."

An intense finale

The five laps of a 24km circuit kicked off with several well-represented breakaways initiated by BMC, Bissell, Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin and Team Type 1. However, everything was brought back together on the second lap courtesy of Rock Racing's fast-paced tempo and the onset of the first intermediate hot spot for sprint points.

Raymond Kreder (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin) was the event's best sprinter ahead of Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell). The pair battled for the jersey all week but the stage's mid-race decisive breakaway claimed all additional points to be had. "Alex lead me out for that first sprint and I was able to take a couple of points," said Kreder. "That ended up being enough because a break went up the road and took all the other points. Our team was very good this week with three jersey's and two podiums today - It's a great team."

Several gaps opened throughout the peloton as a result of climbers pushing a tactical game over the steeper parts of the lengthy 'feed zone' climb. Former KOM leader Chris Baldwin (OUCH p/b Maxxis) and the event's best young rider, Peter Stetina (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin) dueled for the points, with a full quota for Stetina sealing his lead in the event's best climber competition.

Shortly after the climb, a the winning break separated itself from the field and successfully made it to the finish ahead of the bunch. "I was trying to keep the guys motivated in the group," said Colby. "When you looked around we may not have been the strongest group out there but that is exactly why they let us go. We were working well enough but some guys weren't pulling through for various reasons. Everyone else just kind of stuck with it. We were never really going at a blistering pace but we were riding smart - we were all tired after a long week of racing."

Stevens captures second stage race victory

Value Act Capital ends the stage race in winning style

Kristin McGrath (Value Act Capital) capped off a tough week of racing with a solo victory in the Cascade Cycling Classic finale. The talented all-rounder held off a chase group by a mere bike length to take the win ahead of Joanne Kiesanowski (TIBCO) and Catherine Cheatley (Colavita-Sutter Home).

"It's nice to have a stage win here," said McGrath. "We've been fighting all week and we've had some bad luck so it's nice to finally get one."

Evelyn Stevens (Webcor-Builders) captured her second consecutive National Racing Calendar (NRC) stage race title at the Cascade Cycling Classic, after winning the Fitchburg Longsjo Classic just one week prior. Stevens, who won three of the six stages, gained time ahead of power-house Amber Rais (TIBCO) who placed second and Alison Powers (Team Type 1) who placed third.

"There were only six of us but it felt like there were 25 Webcor riders out there," said Stevens. "I think we all gave it everything we had to keep me in the jersey and it was super hard. I couldn't have won this race without them, there's no way. Each and every one of those riders gave everything they got. It's awesome... really cool to have won two stage races."

Powers claimed the overall title in the Women's Prestige Cycling Series, a four-round series that ended at the Cascade Cycling Classic. The US national time trial champion kicked off the series in the lead at the Redlands Bicycle Classic and maintained her top spot through the Joe Martin Stage Race and the Nature Valley Grand Prix.

"It's important to keep the jersey because when you've been leading it all season you don't want to lose it in the last race," said Powers. "I was really wanting to keep this jersey. Defending this jersey was number one in my mind this week and once I did that I wanted to try to move up in the GC of this race. Every race that was apart of the series is totally different. The best overall GC rider will win it because you have to be good at everyone. I'm lucky enough that that was me. I also had a team that really helped me with super good equipment."

Tina Pic (Colavita-Sutter Home) captured the event's overall best sprinter's green jersey after a hard-faught battle for points against Australian Kristy Broun (Lip Smackers). Julie Beveridge (TIBCO) won the event's best young rider's white jersey and Stevens capped off a successful week with the event's best climber's polka-dot jersey.

A blazing hot finale

The scorching sun beat down on the women's peloton as they lined up to start the sixth and final stage. After a long week of mountainous racing, completing three laps of a 24km challenging circuit seemed a daunting task. Several attempts to break away forced the speeds of the peloton to quicken over the first lap however, on the second lap a significant move split from the field.

TIBCO continued to push the pace on the final stage, the squad won the event's best overall team competition along with placing Rais in second place in the overall. "We all tried all week to cause separations in the field," said Kiesanowski. "We weren't happy with settling for second or third in the GC so we really wanted to put everything out there and go for the overall. We kept trying to be aggressive to put pressure on Webcor."

A well-represented six women breakaway included Meredith Miller (TIBCO), who was the highest place on GC more than three minutes behind Stevens, Kathryn Mattis (Webcor-Builders), Carmen McNellis (Colavita-Sutter Home). The trio were later joined by Toni Bradshaw (Lip Smackers), Amy Elliot (Wines of Washington) and Robin Farina (Value Act Capital).

"Toni and Meredith and I were working really well together," said Farina. "People were attacking out of a group that had bridged across to us on the last lap through the feed zone, which kept the pace really high."

The break's advantage of nearly 2:30 on the peloton was quickly reduced as the overall contenders set off several attacks on the last half of the circuit. A large group split off the front of the field and bridged across to the break. Cheatley pushed the pace trying to establish a second move but it all came back together on the steep QOM climb. Webcor-Builder set a strong tempo over the climb to keep the field together and avoid further attacks. McGrath saw her winning opportunity with one kilometre to go.

"Once the break was caught we were going for the stage win so we kept attacking," said McGrath. "Other teams were attacking too. I took advantage of a lull in the group and time trialed to the finish. The break was awesome because it allowed us to sit in and rest. It was nice because we knew Robin could win out of that break and if not, there was three of us waiting to go. Once the break was caught we went to plan-B and it worked out."

Results

Pro men
1Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita Sutter Home3:11:31
2Taylor Shelden (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:00:04
3Alex Howes (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:00:16
4Moises Aldape (USA) Team Type 1
5Benjamin King (USA) Livestrong0:00:23
6Jesse Moore (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
7Patrick Mccarty (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:00:38
8Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team
9Rory Sutherland (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:00:41
10Francisco Mancebo Perez (USA) Rock Racing
11Oscar Sevilla Rivera (USA) Rock Racing
12Bjorn Selander (USA) Livestrong0:01:01
13Mike Olheiser (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar
14Jeff Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team
15Chris Baldwin (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
16Matt Wilson (USA) Team Type 1
17Corey J Collier (USA) Team Rio Grande
18Steve Bovay (USA) BMC Racing Team
19Jeremy Vennell (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
20Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Team0:01:07
21Phil Zajicek (USA) Fly V Australia p/b Successful0:01:12
22Robbie King (USA) IF / Lionette's
23Scott Stewart (USA) Team Waste Management
24Valeriy Kobzarenko (USA) Team Type 1
25Davide Frattini (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
26Julian Kyer (USA) Livestrong
27Tim Johnson (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
28Caleb Fairly (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
29Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team
30Danny Summerhill (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
31Adrian Hegyvary (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
32Sam Bewley (USA) Livestrong
33Kirk Carlsen (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
34Erik Slack (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
35Jesse Sergent (USA) Livestrong
36Peter Stetina (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
37Cameron Evans (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
38Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
39Alejandro Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
40Anibal Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
41Tom Zirbel (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
42Burke Swindlehurst (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
43Jonathan Page (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson0:01:24
44Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 1
45Nick Clayville (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
46Chris Jones (USA) Team Type 1
47Jeff Hartman (USA)
48Westley Gough (USA)
49Michael Northey (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:01:30
50Victor Hugo Pena (USA) Rock Racing
51Mike Sidic (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:01:48
52Evan Hyde (USA) NashvilleCyclist.com
53David Glick (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com
54Chris Hong (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
55Marcel Aarden (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona
56Stefano Barberi (USA) ZteaM
57Morgan Schmitt (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
58Tony Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team0:01:53
59Ben D'Hulst (USA) ColeSport
60Nic Hamilton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:01:58
61Andrew Dahlheim (USA) Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team
62Steve Reaney (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:02:15
63Ian Tuttle (USA) Above Category Racing
64Lang Reynolds (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:02:21
65Ryan Baumann (USA) Livestrong
66Guy East (USA) Livestrong
67Luis Romero Amaran (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
68Lucas Sebastian Haedo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home
69Emerson Oronte (USA) IF / Lionette's0:03:32
70Paul Mach (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:04:59
71Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
72James Mattis (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
73Bradley White (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
74Peter Salon (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
75Rob Britton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:06:00
76Mike Creed (USA) Team Type 1
77Ian Macgregor (USA) Team Type 1
78Glen Gladwick (USA) Rock Racing
79Raymond Kreder (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
80Andrew Talansky (USA) Amore-Vita/Velo Vie p/b Lifeti0:10:16
81Omer Kem (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:10:40
82Eric Schildge (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale0:12:17
83Nathaniel E English (USA)
84Chris Barton (USA) BMC Racing Team
85Larry Warbasse (USA) Team Waste Management
86Brad Bingham (USA) Team Rio Grande
87Sean Passage (USA)0:12:42
88Kennett P Peterson (USA) Team Oregon
89Eric Pardyjak (USA) ColeSport
90Nathan Macdonald (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:13:24
91Ian Mckissick (USA) BMC Racing Team0:22:35
92Spencer Smitheman (Can) Now-MS Society0:23:56
93Corey Farrell (USA) Swamis-FPPI Dev Elite
94Sean Mazich (USA) Team Waste Management
95Roman Vanuden (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
96Phil Elsasser (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team
97Nathan Wilson (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV
DNFDarren Lill (USA) Team Type 1
DNFAndrew Pinfold (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team
DNFKirk Obee (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team
DNFOsvaldo Olmos (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
DNFAdam Switters (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
DNFJustin England (USA) California Giant Berry Farms
DNFJoshua Bartlett (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
DNFJames Camut (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
DNFEvan Elken (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
DNFCarson Miller (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
DNFAaron Tuckerman (USA) Land Rover-Orbea
DNFIvan Dominguez (USA) Rock Racing
DNFNicholas Snaderson (USA) Rock Racing
DNFDavid Vitoria Cano (USA) Rock Racing
DNFKevin Noiles (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
DNFTyler Trace (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
DNFDave Vukets (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes
DNFBrad Gehrig (USA) ColeSport
DNFTodd Hageman (USA) ColeSport
DNFCameron Hoffman (USA) ColeSport
DNFJosh Dillon (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale
DNFAlister Ratcliff (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale
DNFKai Applequist (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
DNFBen Knoeller (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
DNFKevin Rowe (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
DNFChris Stuart (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com
DNFKevin Wolfson (USA) IF / Lionette's
DNFTodd Yezefski (USA) IF / Lionette's
DNFMatt Cooke (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com
DNFCharlie Bryer (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona
DNFGarrett Mcleod (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona
DNFCorey Carlson (USA) Team Rio Grande
DNFAllen Krughoff (USA) Team Rio Grande
DNFJames Lanham (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar
DNFStefan Rothe (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar
DNFKris Lunning (USA) Above Category Racing
DNFChris Turner (USA) Above Category Racing
DNFRuss Langley (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson
DNFTrevor Connor (USA) Chris Cookies/Swan Cycles
DNFMichael Mathis (USA) Empire Hotel Group PB Northwav
DNFVinny Owens (USA) HDR p/b MRBerkeley.com
DNFBernard Van Ulden (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling
DNFMichael Margraf (USA) Safeway/Bicycles Plus
DNFBryan Mcvey (USA) Vision Quest
DNFColt Trant (USA)

Pro women
1Kristin Mcgrath (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team2:10:05
2Joanne Kiesanowski (USA) Team TIBCO
3Cath Cheatley (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
4Anne Samplonius (USA) Team Lip Smacker
5Alison Powers (USA) Team Type 1
6Evelyn Stevens (USA) Webcor Builders
7Amber Rais (USA) Team TIBCO
8Robin Farina (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
9Julie Beveridge (USA) Team TIBCO
10Kori Seehafer (USA) Team Type 1
11Chrissy Ruiter (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
12Kristin Sanders (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
13Carmen Mcnellis (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
14Jessica Phillips (USA) Team Lip Smacker
15Erinne Willock (USA) Webcor Builders
16Rachel Neylan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad
17Teri Sheasby (USA) Bend Bike N' Sport0:00:15
18Rebecca Much (USA) Webcor Builders0:00:27
19Katharine Carroll (USA) Team TIBCO
20Kristen Lasasso (USA) Team Lip Smacker
21Heather Kay (USA)0:00:35
22Kathryn Donovan (USA) Kahala LaGrange
23Erika Graves (USA) Kahala LaGrange
24Alison Starnes (USA) Team TIBCO
25Stacy Marple (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
26Alisha Welsh (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:00:48
27Katheryn Mattis (USA) Webcor Builders0:00:53
28Patricia Bailey (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:01:03
29Amanda Miller (USA) Team Lip Smacker
30Rachel Warner (USA) Team Group Health0:01:06
31Toni Bradshaw (USA) Team Lip Smacker
32Ruth Clemence (USA) Touchstone Climbing
33Lise Olivier (USA) Tulsa Toug Racing0:01:14
34Tina Pic (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
35Erica Zaveta (USA) Team Group Health
36Gillian Moody (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
37Meredith Miller (USA) Team TIBCO
38Gina Grain (USA) Webcor Builders
39Alice Pennington (USA) VELOFORMA
40Melinda Weiner (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:01:23
41Amity Elliott (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:01:52
42Marilyn Mcdonald (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:02:12
43Olivia Dillon (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:02:16
44Lauren Tamayo (USA) Team TIBCO
45Brei Gudsell (USA) VELOFORMA
46Ashley Anderson (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:02:21
47Robin Secrist (USA) VELOFORMA0:02:57
48Annie Malouin (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
49Lindsay Myers (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:03:01
50Kathryn Bertine (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:03:35
51Gabriela Ferrat (USA) VELOFORMA
52Christina Smith (USA) VELOFORMA
53Emma Rickards (USA) Team TIBCO0:04:10
54Kelly Benjamin (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
55Melissa Sanborn (USA) Vanderkitten Racing
56Alison Shanks (USA) Bike NZ
57Cara Bussell (USA) Team Group Health
58Marisa Asplund (USA) DFT p/b Treads
59Jane Robertson (USA) Metromint Cycling0:04:18
60Arielle Filiberti (USA) Team Group Health0:04:43
61Amy Dombroski (USA) Webcor Builders0:05:29
62Tracey Jacobs (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:07:49
63Anna Milkowski (USA) DFT p/b Treads
64Heather Pryor (USA) Touchstone Climbing
65Rushlee Buchanan (USA) Bike NZ0:08:40
66Jadine Riley (USA) Team Group Health0:09:29
67Lauren Hall (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:10:12
68Cara Gillis (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:13:59
69Kendall Ryan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad
70Ambre Levy (USA) DFT p/b Treads
71Tiffany Pezzulo (USA) DFT p/b Treads
72Kristina Seley (USA) Touchstone Climbing
73Melanie Meyers (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus
74Morgan Kapp (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:15:25
75Coryn Rivera (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:20:33
76Amanda Seigle (USA) Metromint Cycling0:24:19
77Linsey Bradshaw-Sandoval (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:29:02
78Martina Patella (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:32:55
DNFSharon Allpress (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team
DNFHolly Borowski (USA) Touchstone Climbing
DNFRachel Heal (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki
DNFJacquelyn Crowell (USA) Team Type 1
DNFLeah Guloien (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
DNFAlly Stacher (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com
DNFKirsty Broun (USA) Team Lip Smacker
DNFHilary Billington (USA) Team Lip Smacker

Final general classification - pro men
1Oscar Sevilla Rivera (USA) Rock Racing13:50:31
2Francisco Mancebo Perez (USA) Rock Racing0:01:00
3Jeff Louder (USA) BMC Racing Team
4Rory Sutherland (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:01:20
5Chris Baldwin (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:02:00
6Jeremy Vennell (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:02:38
7Victor Hugo Pena (USA) Rock Racing0:02:43
8Matt Wilson (USA) Team Type 10:02:49
9Steve Bovay (USA) BMC Racing Team0:03:43
10Chris Jones (USA) Team Type 10:04:08
11Cameron Evans (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:04:27
12Ben Jacques-Maynes (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:04:33
13Davide Frattini (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:05:58
14Peter Stetina (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:06:26
15Tony Cruz (USA) BMC Racing Team0:06:41
16Anthony Colby (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:06:51
17Brent Bookwalter (USA) BMC Racing Team0:06:56
18Moises Aldape (USA) Team Type 10:07:13
19Caleb Fairly (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:08:04
20Kirk Carlsen (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:08:47
21Mike Olheiser (USA) Warp9bike.com/Tristar0:09:11
22Bjorn Selander (USA) Livestrong0:09:19
23Corey J Collier (USA) Team Rio Grande0:09:24
24Anibal Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:10:20
25Jesse Moore (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:10:43
26Taylor Shelden (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:11:07
27Erik Slack (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:11:15
28Valeriy Kobzarenko (USA) Team Type 10:11:17
29Scott Stewart (USA) Team Waste Management0:11:40
30Jeff Hartman (USA)0:12:29
31Julian Kyer (USA) Livestrong0:12:31
32Nick Clayville (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:12:35
33Alex Howes (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:12:58
34Peter Salon (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
35Adrian Hegyvary (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:13:04
36Patrick Mccarty (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:13:18
37Tim Johnson (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:13:24
38Tom Zirbel (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:13:36
39Jackson Stewart (USA) BMC Racing Team0:13:40
40Luis Romero Amaran (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:13:42
41Nic Hamilton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:13:55
42Robbie King (USA) IF / Lionette's0:14:29
43Phil Zajicek (USA) Fly V Australia p/b Successful0:14:44
44James Mattis (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:14:55
45Mike Creed (USA) Team Type 10:15:03
46Benjamin King (USA) Livestrong0:15:29
47Glen Gladwick (USA) Rock Racing0:15:37
48Jesse Sergent (USA) Livestrong0:16:05
49Mike Sidic (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:16:13
50Chris Hong (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com0:16:27
51Marcel Aarden (Can) Team H&R Block - Kona0:16:31
52Sam Bewley (USA) Livestrong0:16:45
53Guy East (USA) Livestrong0:16:46
54Westley Gough (USA)0:17:03
55Rob Britton (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:17:08
56Jonathan Page (USA) Battley Harley-Davidson0:18:18
57Stefano Barberi (USA) ZteaM0:18:23
58Lang Reynolds (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:18:31
59Danny Summerhill (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:18:44
60Lucas Sebastian Haedo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:18:45
61Shawn Milne (USA) Team Type 10:19:38
62Ryan Baumann (USA) Livestrong0:19:46
63Paul Mach (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:20:10
64Burke Swindlehurst (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:20:26
65David Glick (USA) Rideclean p/b Patentit.com0:21:20
66Jonathan Garcia (USA) BMC Racing Team0:21:51
67Ben D'Hulst (USA) ColeSport0:22:01
68Evan Hyde (USA) NashvilleCyclist.com0:22:23
69Emerson Oronte (USA) IF / Lionette's0:22:31
70Ian Macgregor (USA) Team Type 10:22:33
71Alejandro Borrajo (USA) Colavita Sutter Home0:22:39
72Andrew Talansky (USA) Amore-Vita/Velo Vie p/b Lifeti
73Andrew Dahlheim (USA) Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team0:22:56
74Ian Mckissick (USA) BMC Racing Team0:23:12
75Floyd Landis (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:23:13
76Michael Northey (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:24:10
77Ian Tuttle (USA) Above Category Racing0:24:32
78Morgan Schmitt (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:25:07
79Bradley White (USA) OUCH Pro Cycling Team0:26:04
80Raymond Kreder (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin0:28:04
81Larry Warbasse (USA) Team Waste Management0:30:07
82Chris Barton (USA) BMC Racing Team0:33:48
83Eric Pardyjak (USA) ColeSport0:35:32
84Omer Kem (USA) BISSELL Pro Cycling Team0:35:55
85Nathaniel E English (USA)0:37:17
86Steve Reaney (USA) California Giant Berry Farms0:37:19
87Eric Schildge (USA) BikeReg.com/Cannondale0:39:04
88Spencer Smitheman (Can) Now-MS Society0:40:36
89Corey Farrell (USA) Swamis-FPPI Dev Elite0:42:17
90Nathan Macdonald (Can) Trek Red Truck pb Mosaic Homes0:43:14
91Brad Bingham (USA) Team Rio Grande0:46:16
92Nathan Wilson (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV0:47:45
93Roman Vanuden (USA) Land Rover-Orbea0:49:05
94Phil Elsasser (USA) Hagens-Berman Elite Cycling Team0:53:04
95Sean Mazich (USA) Team Waste Management0:54:21
96Kennett P Peterson (USA) Team Oregon0:56:43
97Sean Passage (USA)0:57:59

Final general classification - pro women
1Evelyn Stevens (USA) Webcor Builders13:28:36
2Amber Rais (USA) Team TIBCO0:01:18
3Alison Powers (USA) Team Type 10:01:36
4Julie Beveridge (USA) Team TIBCO0:01:37
5Cath Cheatley (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:02:00
6Chrissy Ruiter (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:02:26
7Katharine Carroll (USA) Team TIBCO0:02:38
8Jessica Phillips (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:02:40
9Robin Farina (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:03:41
10Joanne Kiesanowski (USA) Team TIBCO0:03:50
11Alison Starnes (USA) Team TIBCO0:03:58
12Kristin Mcgrath (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:04:13
13Marisa Asplund (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:04:21
14Kori Seehafer (USA) Team Type 10:04:52
15Meredith Miller (USA) Team TIBCO0:04:55
16Kristen Lasasso (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:04:58
17Rachel Neylan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:05:05
18Kathryn Donovan (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:06:01
19Stacy Marple (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:06:29
20Teri Sheasby (USA) Bend Bike N' Sport
21Ruth Clemence (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:06:56
22Rebecca Much (USA) Webcor Builders0:07:42
23Kristin Sanders (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:08:03
24Toni Bradshaw (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:08:37
25Erinne Willock (USA) Webcor Builders0:08:49
26Alison Shanks (USA) Bike NZ0:09:22
27Alisha Welsh (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:10:01
28Gillian Moody (Can) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:10:04
29Marilyn Mcdonald (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:10:28
30Carmen Mcnellis (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:11:11
31Alice Pennington (USA) VELOFORMA0:11:20
32Erika Graves (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:11:40
33Heather Kay (USA)0:13:09
34Anne Samplonius (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:14:32
35Erica Zaveta (USA) Team Group Health0:14:50
36Tina Pic (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:15:17
37Olivia Dillon (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:15:35
38Katheryn Mattis (USA) Webcor Builders0:16:16
39Robin Secrist (USA) VELOFORMA0:16:18
40Amanda Miller (USA) Team Lip Smacker0:16:31
41Melinda Weiner (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:16:51
42Ashley Anderson (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:17:52
43Lauren Tamayo (USA) Team TIBCO0:17:54
44Gina Grain (USA) Webcor Builders0:18:26
45Lise Olivier (USA) Tulsa Toug Racing0:18:37
46Rachel Warner (USA) Team Group Health0:19:02
47Christina Smith (USA) VELOFORMA0:19:59
48Brei Gudsell (USA) VELOFORMA0:20:11
49Patricia Bailey (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:20:12
50Jane Robertson (USA) Metromint Cycling0:20:33
51Heather Pryor (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:21:04
52Kathryn Bertine (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:21:16
53Amy Dombroski (USA) Webcor Builders0:21:52
54Amity Elliott (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:22:01
55Annie Malouin (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:23:13
56Emma Rickards (USA) Team TIBCO0:23:16
57Anna Milkowski (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:23:36
58Rushlee Buchanan (USA) Bike NZ0:23:57
59Lindsay Myers (USA) Wines of Washington/bikesale.com0:25:28
60Tracey Jacobs (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:26:31
61Melissa Sanborn (USA) Vanderkitten Racing0:27:30
62Gabriela Ferrat (USA) VELOFORMA0:28:58
63Kelly Benjamin (USA) Colavita Sutter Home p/b Cooki0:30:40
64Arielle Filiberti (USA) Team Group Health0:31:05
65Morgan Kapp (USA) Kahala LaGrange0:31:15
66Melanie Meyers (USA) Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus0:32:23
67Tiffany Pezzulo (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:33:05
68Jadine Riley (USA) Team Group Health0:35:24
69Ambre Levy (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:35:27
70Lauren Hall (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:36:38
71Coryn Rivera (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:37:32
72Cara Bussell (USA) Team Group Health0:42:11
73Kristina Seley (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:42:48
74Kendall Ryan (USA) PROMAN Hit Squad0:43:40
75Cara Gillis (USA) Touchstone Climbing0:46:08
76Amanda Seigle (USA) Metromint Cycling0:50:39
77Martina Patella (USA) ValueAct Capital Cycling Team0:55:02
78Linsey Bradshaw-Sandoval (USA) DFT p/b Treads0:57:47

 

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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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