Peter Stetina, Flavia Oliveira Parks win Grasshopper Series final, Ukiah-Mendo Gravel Epic

Peter Stetina (Canyon) claimed victory at the Ukiah-Mendo Gravel Epic – the fourth and final pro men's race in the Grasshopper Adventure Series – and also the overall, while Flavia Oliveira Parks (Specialized) won the pro women's race and the women's overall series standings.

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Top 5 of Ukiah-Mendo Gravel Epic - pro women
1Flavia Oliveira Parks4:28:49
2Jennifer Tav+1:11
3Leah van der Linden+25:56
4Saralita Flamm+37:31
5Lauren Brandon+48:20
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Top 5 of Ukiah-Mendo Gravel Epic - elite men
1Peter Stetina3:59:48
2Torbin Ortenblad+7:19
3Nick Spano+16:06
4Harry Elworthy+16:07
5Cassius Anderson+24:09
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Elite women
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Flavia Oliveira Parks 178
2Jennifer Tave 158
3Leslie Ethridge 158
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Elite men
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Peter Stetina 170
2Ben Frederick 143
3Cassius Andreson 133

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