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Summerhill steps up at Ellison Cross day 2

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Danny Summerhill (K-Edge/ Felt) taking the win at Ellison Park

Danny Summerhill (K-Edge/ Felt) taking the win at Ellison Park
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Stephen Hyde (JAM Fund) got off to a great start

Stephen Hyde (JAM Fund) got off to a great start
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Ben Sonntag (Cliff Bar) is no stranger to off-road fast descents

Ben Sonntag (Cliff Bar) is no stranger to off-road fast descents
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Cameron Dodge (Pure Energy) leading Zach McDonald up the stairs

Cameron Dodge (Pure Energy) leading Zach McDonald up the stairs
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 Troy Wells (Cliff Bar) rode the steps on nearly every lap

Troy Wells (Cliff Bar) rode the steps on nearly every lap
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Cameron Dodge (Pure Energy) hopping the barriers while in second place

Cameron Dodge (Pure Energy) hopping the barriers while in second place
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Stephen Hyde (JAM Fund) raced like he badly wanted the win

Stephen Hyde (JAM Fund) raced like he badly wanted the win
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Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) put in an amazing last lap

Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) put in an amazing last lap
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Danny Summerhill (K-Edge/ Felt) dismounting at a steep descent

Danny Summerhill (K-Edge/ Felt) dismounting at a steep descent
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Zach McDonald (KCCX) has been competitive in every race over the past few weeks

Zach McDonald (KCCX) has been competitive in every race over the past few weeks
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Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) descending Alp d’Huez

Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) descending Alp d’Huez
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Danny Summerhill (K-Edge/ Felt) near the front on lap two

Danny Summerhill (K-Edge/ Felt) near the front on lap two
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Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) was in mix until Danny Summerhill took off

Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) was in mix until Danny Summerhill took off
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The steep run-up was rideable by the top men

The steep run-up was rideable by the top men
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Dan Timmerman (House Industries) leading down a dusty descent

Dan Timmerman (House Industries) leading down a dusty descent
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Ben Berden (Raleigh Clement) racing in fifth position

Ben Berden (Raleigh Clement) racing in fifth position
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Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) running the barriers in fourth

Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale) running the barriers in fourth
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Cameron Dodge (Pure Energy) had a brilliant weekend

Cameron Dodge (Pure Energy) had a brilliant weekend
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 Jeremy Durrin (Neon Velo) took the hole-shot on the uphill start

Jeremy Durrin (Neon Velo) took the hole-shot on the uphill start
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Jamey Driscoll (Raleigh Clement) did not look as sharp as he did on Saturday

Jamey Driscoll (Raleigh Clement) did not look as sharp as he did on Saturday
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Danny Summerhill (K-Edge-Felt) won the second round at the Ellison Park Cyclo-cross Festival held in Rochester, New York on Sunday.

He crossed the line with five seconds to spare, taking the win ahead of Cameron Dodge in second and Lukas Winterberg (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) in third.

Jeremy Powers, US cyclo-cross champion, won the first round but did not attend the second day, and not having the powerful rider in the mix left the race win open for the taking.

A lead group formed early in the elite men’s race but it was soon reduced to only four riders that included Summerhill, Dodge, Winterberg and Stephen Hyde (JAM Fund).

Summerhill and Dodge cleared the group and raced for the win against each other during the closing laps. Some 30 seconds back, Winterberg and Hyde battled for third with the Cannondale rider taking the last spot on the podium.

Full Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Daniel Summerhill (USA)1:01:38
2Cameron Dodge (USA)0:00:05
3Lukas Winterberg (Swi)0:00:28
4Stephen Hyde (USA)0:00:45
5Ben Berden (Bel)0:01:17
6Zach Mcdonald (USA)0:01:41
7James Driscoll (USA)0:01:58
8Anthony Clark (USA)0:02:12
9Mike Garrigan (Can)0:02:53
10Cody Kaiser (USA)0:03:01
11Christian Favata (USA)0:03:16
12Benjamin Sonntag (Ger)0:03:21
13Robert Marion (USA)0:03:41
14Evan Mcneely (Can)
15Hugo Robinson (GBr)0:03:54
16Justin Lindine (USA)0:04:01
17Alexander Revell (NZl)0:04:11
18Derrick St John (Can)0:05:30
19Matt Timmerman (USA)0:06:17
20Kevin Noiles (Can)0:09:33
21Lewis Gaffney (USA)
22Aaron Oakes (USA)
23Ian Schon (USA)
24Mark Shannon (Irl)
25Ryan Comeau (USA)
26Ryan Comeau

 

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