Bevin cool under fire, holds onto overall

On a long stage packed full of aggressive racing, Bissell's Patrick Bevin held onto the Merco Cycling Classic's yellow jersey to take home yet another overall victory for his team here.

Exergy's Logan Loader finally pulled off the sprint victory on the final stage after falling just short on the previous two attempts. Loader topped Optum Pro Cycling's Ken Hanson and the surprisingly quick Tyler Brandt (Mike's Bikes).

"It feels really good, not only for me but for the team. They worked so hard for me in the past two days," Loader told Cyclingnews.

"The whole race people were attacking non-stop. I've done this race four times and this was the most aggressive I've ever seen it. With 1km to go every team was putting someone up the road. We had Serghei Tvetcov up the road with 3km to go with Zirbel, and it looked really good. It really made Bissell chase.

"Coming in, everyone's lead-out trains were depleted and I was able to surf. Freddie dropped me off at the front with 500m to go and we got swarmed, but I was able to find the Optum train coming up and I hopped on that and rode it in."

With all but two teams lacking stage wins, and Optum and Exergy in particular out for the podium's top step, even Bissell's best attempts to reel in the usual day long breakaway weren't enough to control the attacks. In the final kilometers Bevin was forced to cover a number of attacks on his own before finally surrendering to simply finishing on the same time as his nearest competitors and taking home the yellow jersey.

Bevin was more than happy with the work from his team, however, and equally relieved to be able to close the deal after four days of intense racing. "They started with more than a lap to go with guys throwing bombs," he said, and his sense that the other teams were trying to burn out his was corroborated by the Optum and Exergy riders.

Yet the 21-year-old Kiwi was well composed as were his teammates, and while he was forced to cover a few attacks in the finale, he credits his team with keeping his legs rested for the critical moments.

"We knew that after you've ridden for that much time, you have to be on your game. Especially me, I had that plum ride, and when it comes down to the last half lap, it's time to earn my keep and do my part. I had to answer a fair bit in that last half lap to keep sticking it together. There was no need to do much else.

"The guys had been out there for a long time, and you could see it coming. It was time to start answering, especially the late attacks from the guys 20-30 seconds down who can slip away. I had to don the gloves there and get in amongst it, but it was no trouble because I had an easy day being looked after so well."

After successfully answering all the hard attacks, Bevin knew there would be no chance to go for third stage win. "You kind of forgo the stage win just to protect the overall, so at the end of the day it was definitely worth it."

In the final classification, Loader overtook Optum's Tom Zirbel to take second overall through the time bonus on the stage. Zirbel himself had a mishap-laden race, frought with near-crashes and mechanicals, but in the end nearly pulled off a coup when he slipped away with Tvetcov with 3km to go.

"We weren't going to be content with second place. We wanted to see what we could do, but Bissell rode great," Zirbel said. "They definitely earned the win today."

From the start of the 120 mile stage through blooming almond orchards humming with bees in the warm sunny morning, the Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies team was keen to put pressure on Bissell.

They put two men into the day's breakaway after an attack-laden first lap. Scott Zwizanski and Mike Friedman, both strong men against the clock, made up half of the four-man move. They were joined by Austin Carroll (Simple Green) and Exergy's Conor Mullervy, and gained several minutes before being slowly reeled in on the final lap.

Zwizanski explained that they were trying to use up Bissell's train but that his escape group was a bit too small to threaten them. "We wanted to really make Bissell work for the GC, and to isolate Bevin. It worked to some extent - he had to cover a lot of moves at the end. But we needed a few more guys in our break. After being out there for 100 miles, we ran out of gas pretty quickly."

The team was able to take the lead to try and deliver Ken Hanson for the sprint, but despite dropping him off at the right spot, he was overtaken by Loader at the line.

"The plan was to be as aggressive as possible to try and take the overall, and we put all of our eggs into that basket," Hanson said. "I even put in a few moves, so I wasn't exactly the freshest at the end, but kudos to Logan, he had a great turn of speed - he jumped with 200m to go and did a good sprint."

Armstrong holds onto yellow

The women's race wrapped up with no change to the overall lead, with Exergy-Twenty12's Kristin Armstrong also resisting repeated attempts to overtake her in the points-based omnium.

Ina Teutenberg took her second consecutive stage win, once again topping the best young rider, Joelle Numainville (Optum), in the sprint, while Armstrong stuck fast to the only rider who could overtake her - Numainville, and claimed third on the stage to secure her overall win.

After winning the opening stage's time trial by almost a minute, Armstrong admitted the points-based format, where points were evenly weighted down to 15th, made it more difficult for her to win. Separated by just one point from Numainville, she could only give up one place to the Canadian who would still lose in a tie-breaker as long as she did not win the final stage.

"The original plan was to just stay on Joelle's wheel, but she's a real sprinter, and she's okay with the bumping and the swarming - that's not exactly my strength," Armstrong said.

"So I decided just to ride the front in the final kilometer, and let her come from behind." It ended up being a drag race, with Teutenberg hitting the front early and going on to win, and Armstrong able to slot in on Numainville's win to take third.

"There was a bit of pressure on me because the team did so much work," she said.

The women's finale consisted of three laps of the same 24-mile mostly flat circuit which, lacking any strong winds, was less selective than normal. That isn't to say there was a lack of aggression, because the first lap was full of the same sort of rapid-fire attacks which were seen in the criterium.

Specialized-lululemon attacked repeatedly, interested primarily in a stage win, while Optum played its card in the form of Janel Holcolmb, who slipped into a last-lap move with Lauren Tamayo (Exergy) and Ally Stacher (Specialized-lululemon).

With Holcolmb only six points down on Armstrong it was a iffy proposition for Exergy, but Stacher and Holcolmb were content to drive the move to go for the stage win.

However, their chances were ruined when a group of four more riders made it across, meaning Armstrong would have to win the bunch sprint to hold onto her lead if Holcolmb won the stage.

Exergy chased the move down, and only a single attempt by VC La Grange's Julie Cutts looked able to break the stalemate. The mother of eight from Las Vegas, race age 44, who has had top placings at the Valley of the Sun stage race, attacked with 8 miles to go and put 45 seconds into the peloton before Specialized-lululemon brought it back with 5km to go.

"I know I had nothing to lose, and they had no idea who I am, so it was worth it," Cutts said of her hail-mary effort. "I was dreaming a big dream thinking I would win, but oh well - it was fun."

In the end, Teutenberg showed she is still the fastest woman on two wheels by nabbing another stage win, but was disappointed that one of her teammates who will have to work for the big names during the rest of the season didn't have a chance to shine in this early season warm-up. "It's so hard, we tried to make a difference, but Exergy does such a good job in keeping the pace up.

"We have big goals this year, and it's best to just ride aggressively. We were happy to have Ally in the break, because these are the races where everyone should have a chance to get a win. There are so many races in the rest of the year where it's so limited as to who can win. These races, you're happy to have some of your teammates who work for you all year long take their chances.

"For sure when it came back together at the end they worked to lead me out, because we don't want to give up the win, but we were happy with any of us in the break."

Unlike Armstrong, who preferred the previous time-based stage race, Teutenberg said she enjoyed the points-based omnium, which kept the top riders close until the end.

"The omnium makes it a better race, otherwise you would have had a minute in the time trial, but with the points it was pretty close. It makes for better racing, and it's a good way to have more girls come out. There were good fields today and yesterday, and there were constant attacks, it was fun."

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Full results
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Logan Loader (Team Exergy)4:15:27
2Ken Hanson (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 1 - Cell 2
3Tyler Brandt (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 2 - Cell 2
4Diego Yepez (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 3 - Cell 2
5Bryan Larsen (Stage 17 Racing)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Lee Muse (CashCall Mortgage)Row 5 - Cell 2
7Patrick Bevin (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 6 - Cell 2
8Christiaan Kriek (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)Row 7 - Cell 2
9Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 8 - Cell 2
10Marcus Smith (Team Specialized Racing Juniors)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Serghei Tvetcov (Team Exergy)Row 10 - Cell 2
12Anthony Canevari (CashCall Mortgage)Row 11 - Cell 2
13Chris Stastny (California Giant/Specialized)Row 12 - Cell 2
14Alex Candelario (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 13 - Cell 2
15James Wingert (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 14 - Cell 2
16Chad Haga (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 15 - Cell 2
17Justin Williams (CashCall Mortgage)Row 16 - Cell 2
18Ben Bertiger (Stage 17 Racing)Row 17 - Cell 2
19Jonathan Teeter (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 18 - Cell 2
20Jos Le Roux (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)Row 19 - Cell 2
21Cory Greenberg (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 20 - Cell 2
22Eric Riggs (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 21 - Cell 2
23Collin Saaman (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)Row 22 - Cell 2
24Adam De Vos (Cycling BC)Row 23 - Cell 2
25Christopher Dudley (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 24 - Cell 2
26Christopher Wingfield (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 25 - Cell 2
27John Piasta (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 26 - Cell 2
28Tom Zirbel (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 27 - Cell 2
29Robin Eckmann (California Giant/Specialized)Row 28 - Cell 2
30Austin Carroll (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)Row 29 - Cell 2
31Michael Jasinski (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)Row 30 - Cell 2
32Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 31 - Cell 2
33Justin Rossi (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 32 - Cell 2
34Stefano Barberi (CashCall Mortgage)Row 33 - Cell 2
35Ben Barthe (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 34 - Cell 2
36Jesse Anthony (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 35 - Cell 2
37Brandon Trafton (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 36 - Cell 2
38Nic Hamilton (Jelly Belly p/b Kenda Pro Cycling)Row 37 - Cell 2
39Menso De Jong (Jelly Belly p/b Kenda Pro Cycling)Row 38 - Cell 2
40Andrew Bosco (Socalcycling.com)Row 39 - Cell 2
41Philip Mooney (Jamis-Sutter Home)Row 40 - Cell 2
42Shawn Daurelio (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 41 - Cell 2
43Geoffrey Curran (Team Surf City Cyclery)Row 42 - Cell 2
44Jon Hornbeck (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 43 - Cell 2
45Nate Freed (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 44 - Cell 2
46Blake Anton (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 45 - Cell 2
47Andres Faustino Alzate (Team Exergy)Row 46 - Cell 2
48Lucas Binder (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)Row 47 - Cell 2
49Jeff Perrin (Webcor/Alto Velo)Row 48 - Cell 2
50Stephen MullRow 49 - Cell 2
51Michael Creed (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 50 - Cell 2
52Daniel Katz (Stage 17 Racing)Row 51 - Cell 2
53Fred Rodriguez (Team Exergy)Row 52 - Cell 2
54Aaron Gallardo (Helen's)Row 53 - Cell 2
55Mike Friedman (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 54 - Cell 2
56Jacob Schwingboth (Cycling BC)Row 55 - Cell 2
57Spencer Collom (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 56 - Cell 2
58Taylor Bertrand-Barrett (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)Row 57 - Cell 2
59Cory Bruno (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)Row 58 - Cell 2
60Colin Gibson (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 59 - Cell 2
61Nate Wilson (California Giant/Specialized)Row 60 - Cell 2
62Scot Ferguson (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 61 - Cell 2
63Jason King (Fremont Bank Cycling Team)Row 62 - Cell 2
64Matthew Shackley (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 63 - Cell 2
65Joe Dickerson (McGuire Cycling Team)Row 64 - Cell 2
66Stuart Press (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 65 - Cell 2
67Evan Huffman (California Giant/Specialized)Row 66 - Cell 2
68James Mattis (California Giant/Specialized)Row 67 - Cell 2
69Michael Jacques (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 68 - Cell 2
70Jeffrey Pettis (Citrus Valley Velo)Row 69 - Cell 2
71Andrew Dahlheim (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 70 - Cell 2
72Mike Tettleton (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 71 - Cell 2
73Andrew Goessling (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 72 - Cell 2
74Nathanael Christensen (Michael David Winery Cycling Team)Row 73 - Cell 2
75Art Rand (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 74 - Cell 2
76Danny Heeley (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 75 - Cell 2
77Michael Weicht (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 76 - Cell 2
78James Riggs (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 77 - Cell 2
79Miles Lamon (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 78 - Cell 2
80Benny Breck (Helen's)Row 79 - Cell 2
81Morgan Ryan (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 80 - Cell 2
82Chris Baldwin (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 81 - Cell 2
83Shane Buysse (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)Row 82 - Cell 2
84Kevin Mullervy (Team Exergy)Row 83 - Cell 2
85Scott Zwizanski (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 84 - Cell 2
86Chase Pinkham (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:00:14
87James Laberge (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 86 - Cell 2
88Tom Soladay (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:25
89Eric Young (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:00:38
90Sterling Magnell (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)0:03:47
91David Benkoski (Webcor/Alto Velo)0:04:07
92Conor Mullervy (Team Exergy)Row 91 - Cell 2
93Carter Jones (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:04:46
94Eamon Lucas (California Giant/Specialized)0:05:01
95Shawn Rosenthal (Team Mike's Bikes)0:07:19
96Torrey Phillipp (California Giant/Specialized)0:07:29
97Max Jenkins (Competitive Cyclist Racing Team)0:08:10
98Kris Lunning (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 97 - Cell 2
99Martin Acosta (McGuire Cycling Team)Row 98 - Cell 2
100Ben Chaddock (Team Exergy)Row 99 - Cell 2
101Jeff Linder (Webcor/Alto Velo)0:09:35
102Michael Painter (Chico Corsa Cycling Club)0:13:35
103Kirk Carlsen (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)Row 102 - Cell 2
104Connor McCutcheon (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)0:16:00
105Devan Dunn (CashCall Mortgage)Row 104 - Cell 2
106David Santos (CashCall Mortgage)Row 105 - Cell 2
107Brian McCulloch (CashCall Mortgage)Row 106 - Cell 2
108Roberto Rodriguez (Velo Club LaGrange)0:20:19
HDOrion Berryman (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)1:19:34
DNFMatthew Abdalah (Webcor/Alto Velo)Row 109 - Cell 2
DNFChris Barton (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 110 - Cell 2
DNFJacob Berkman (Dolce Vita Cycling)Row 111 - Cell 2
DNFJoshua Carling (Michael David Winery Cycling Team)Row 112 - Cell 2
DNFPatrick Caro (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 113 - Cell 2
DNFAdam Carr (EKOÏ.com - Gaspesien)Row 114 - Cell 2
DNFDillon Clapp (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 115 - Cell 2
DNFBilly Crane (Webcor/Alto Velo)Row 116 - Cell 2
DNFDaniel Farinha (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 117 - Cell 2
DNFDavid Forkner (Foundation)Row 118 - Cell 2
DNFQuinn Keogh (Team Exergy)Row 119 - Cell 2
DNFAlexander Kusztyk (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 120 - Cell 2
DNFStephen Leece (California Giant/Specialized)Row 121 - Cell 2
DNFCraig Logan (Cycling BC)Row 122 - Cell 2
DNFEric Losak (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 123 - Cell 2
DNFPaul Morris (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 124 - Cell 2
DNFJesse Reams (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 125 - Cell 2
DNFDavid Robertson (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 126 - Cell 2
DNFAlexander Vaughan-Ruiz (Stage 17 Racing)Row 127 - Cell 2
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Sprint 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Lucas Binder (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)5pts
2Lee Muse (CashCall Mortgage)4Row 1 - Cell 3
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Sprint 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Austin Carroll (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)5pts
2Mike Friedman (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)4Row 1 - Cell 3
3Conor Mullervy (Team Exergy)3Row 2 - Cell 3
4Scott Zwizanski (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)2Row 3 - Cell 3
5Stefano Barberi (CashCall Mortgage)1Row 4 - Cell 3
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Sprint 3
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Austin Carroll (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)5pts
2Conor Mullervy (Team Exergy)4Row 1 - Cell 3
3Scott Zwizanski (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)3Row 2 - Cell 3
4Mike Friedman (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)2Row 3 - Cell 3
5Chris Baldwin (Bissell Pro Cycling)1Row 4 - Cell 3
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Sprint 4
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Scott Zwizanski (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)5pts
2Austin Carroll (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)4Row 1 - Cell 3
3Mike Friedman (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)3Row 2 - Cell 3
4Conor Mullervy (Team Exergy)2Row 3 - Cell 3
5Stefano Barberi (CashCall Mortgage)1Row 4 - Cell 3
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Stage - Finish
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Logan Loader (Team Exergy)25pts
2Ken Hanson (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)20Row 1 - Cell 3
3Tyler Brandt (Team Mike's Bikes)16Row 2 - Cell 3
4Diego Yepez (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)14Row 3 - Cell 3
5Bryan Larsen (Stage 17 Racing)12Row 4 - Cell 3
6Lee Muse (CashCall Mortgage)10Row 5 - Cell 3
7Patrick Bevin (Bissell Pro Cycling)9Row 6 - Cell 3
8Christiaan Kriek (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)8Row 7 - Cell 3
9Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling)7Row 8 - Cell 3
10Marcus Smith (Team Specialized Racing Juniors)6Row 9 - Cell 3
11Serghei Tvetcov (Team Exergy)5Row 10 - Cell 3
12Anthony Canevari (CashCall Mortgage)4Row 11 - Cell 3
13Chris Stastny (California Giant/Specialized)3Row 12 - Cell 3
14Alex Candelario (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)2Row 13 - Cell 3
15James Wingert (Team Mike's Bikes)1Row 14 - Cell 3
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Young riders
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Logan Loader (Team Exergy)4:15:27
2Tyler Brandt (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 1 - Cell 2
3Diego Yepez (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 2 - Cell 2
4Bryan Larsen (Stage 17 Racing)Row 3 - Cell 2
5Patrick Bevin (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Christiaan Kriek (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)Row 5 - Cell 2
7Marcus Smith (Team Specialized Racing Juniors)Row 6 - Cell 2
8Serghei Tvetcov (Team Exergy)Row 7 - Cell 2
9Chris Stastny (California Giant/Specialized)Row 8 - Cell 2
10Chad Haga (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Justin Williams (CashCall Mortgage)Row 10 - Cell 2
12Ben Bertiger (Stage 17 Racing)Row 11 - Cell 2
13Cory Greenberg (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 12 - Cell 2
14Collin Saaman (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)Row 13 - Cell 2
15Adam De Vos (Cycling BC)Row 14 - Cell 2
16Christopher Dudley (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 15 - Cell 2
17John Piasta (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 16 - Cell 2
18Robin Eckmann (California Giant/Specialized)Row 17 - Cell 2
19Ben Barthe (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 18 - Cell 2
20Brandon Trafton (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)Row 19 - Cell 2
21Menso De Jong (Jelly Belly p/b Kenda Pro Cycling)Row 20 - Cell 2
22Andrew Bosco (Socalcycling.com)Row 21 - Cell 2
23Geoffrey Curran (Team Surf City Cyclery)Row 22 - Cell 2
24Jon Hornbeck (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 23 - Cell 2
25Blake Anton (Team Clif Bar Cycling)Row 24 - Cell 2
26Andres Faustino Alzate (Team Exergy)Row 25 - Cell 2
27Lucas Binder (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)Row 26 - Cell 2
28Jeff Perrin (Webcor/Alto Velo)Row 27 - Cell 2
29Daniel Katz (Stage 17 Racing)Row 28 - Cell 2
30Jacob Schwingboth (Cycling BC)Row 29 - Cell 2
31Cory Bruno (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)Row 30 - Cell 2
32Nate Wilson (California Giant/Specialized)Row 31 - Cell 2
33Matthew Shackley (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 32 - Cell 2
34Evan Huffman (California Giant/Specialized)Row 33 - Cell 2
35Jeffrey Pettis (Citrus Valley Velo)Row 34 - Cell 2
36Andrew Dahlheim (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 35 - Cell 2
37Andrew Goessling (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 36 - Cell 2
38Nathanael Christensen (Michael David Winery Cycling Team)Row 37 - Cell 2
39Danny Heeley (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 38 - Cell 2
40Michael Weicht (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 39 - Cell 2
41James Riggs (Velo Club LaGrange)Row 40 - Cell 2
42Morgan Ryan (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)Row 41 - Cell 2
43Kevin Mullervy (Team Exergy)Row 42 - Cell 2
44Chase Pinkham (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:00:14
45James Laberge (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 44 - Cell 2
46Eric Young (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:00:38
47David Benkoski (Webcor/Alto Velo)0:04:07
48Conor Mullervy (Team Exergy)Row 47 - Cell 2
49Carter Jones (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:04:46
50Eamon Lucas (California Giant/Specialized)0:05:01
51Torrey Phillipp (California Giant/Specialized)0:07:29
52Martin Acosta (McGuire Cycling Team)0:08:10
53Connor McCutcheon (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)0:16:00
54Devan Dunn (CashCall Mortgage)Row 53 - Cell 2
55Roberto Rodriguez (Velo Club LaGrange)0:20:19
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General classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Patrick Bevin (Bissell Pro Cycling)9:18:47
2Logan Loader (Team Exergy)0:00:13
3Tom Zirbel (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:22
4Serghei Tvetcov (Team Exergy)0:00:23
5Evan Huffman (California Giant/Specialized)0:00:37
6Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)Row 5 - Cell 2
7Scott Zwizanski (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:47
8Michael Creed (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:49
9Chad Haga (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:57
10Jesse Anthony (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:58
11Mike Friedman (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:01:04
12Jonathan Teeter (Marc Pro - Strava)0:01:11
13Fred Rodriguez (Team Exergy)0:01:12
14Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:01:13
15Christiaan Kriek (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)0:01:29
16Justin Rossi (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 15 - Cell 2
17Michael Weicht (Velo Club LaGrange)0:01:37
18Ken Hanson (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:01:43
19Chris Baldwin (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:01:46
20Philip Mooney (Jamis-Sutter Home)0:01:48
21Alex Candelario (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:01:53
22Stefano Barberi (CashCall Mortgage)0:01:58
23Eric Young (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:02:04
24Nate Wilson (California Giant/Specialized)0:02:05
25Tyler Brandt (Team Mike's Bikes)0:02:06
26Menso De Jong (Jelly Belly p/b Kenda Pro Cycling)0:02:08
27Shane Buysse (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)0:02:15
28Lee Muse (CashCall Mortgage)0:02:25
29James Wingert (Team Mike's Bikes)0:02:26
30Chris Stastny (California Giant/Specialized)0:02:34
31Brandon Trafton (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)0:02:49
32Taylor Bertrand-Barrett (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)0:02:52
33Colin Gibson (Hagens Berman Cycling)Row 32 - Cell 2
34Geoffrey Curran (Team Surf City Cyclery)Row 33 - Cell 2
35Chase Pinkham (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:02:55
36Joe Dickerson (McGuire Cycling Team)0:02:57
37Andrew Goessling (Team Mike's Bikes)0:02:59
38Danny Heeley (Hagens Berman Cycling)0:03:00
39Ben Bertiger (Stage 17 Racing)0:03:04
40James Mattis (California Giant/Specialized)0:03:07
41Cory Greenberg (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)0:03:17
42Jos Le Roux (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)0:03:30
43Diego Yepez (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)0:03:50
44Robin Eckmann (California Giant/Specialized)0:03:52
45Marcus Smith (Team Specialized Racing Juniors)0:03:59
46Nic Hamilton (Jelly Belly p/b Kenda Pro Cycling)0:04:01
47James Laberge (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 46 - Cell 2
48Daniel Katz (Stage 17 Racing)0:04:10
49Cory Bruno (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)0:04:14
50Jon Hornbeck (Hagens Berman Cycling)0:04:21
51Spencer Collom (Marc Pro - Strava)0:04:26
52Kevin Mullervy (Team Exergy)0:04:28
53Jeffrey Pettis (Citrus Valley Velo)0:04:30
54Lucas Binder (Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team)0:04:32
55Michael Jasinski (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)Row 54 - Cell 2
56Andrew Dahlheim (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:04:37
57John Piasta (Team Mike's Bikes)0:04:39
58Stephen Mull0:04:51
59Eric Riggs (Team Mike's Bikes)0:04:58
60Tom Soladay (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 59 - Cell 2
61Scot Ferguson (Team Clif Bar Cycling)0:05:06
62Morgan Ryan (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)0:05:15
63Eamon Lucas (California Giant/Specialized)0:06:05
64Adam De Vos (Cycling BC)0:06:08
65James Riggs (Velo Club LaGrange)0:06:20
66Art Rand (Marc Pro - Strava)0:06:21
67Carter Jones (Bissell Pro Cycling)0:07:19
68Andres Faustino Alzate (Team Exergy)0:08:41
69Jason King (Fremont Bank Cycling Team)0:08:51
70Kris Lunning (Marc Pro - Strava)0:10:10
71Torrey Phillipp (California Giant/Specialized)0:10:25
72Benny Breck (Helen's)0:10:33
73Aaron Gallardo (Helen's)0:11:03
74Max Jenkins (Competitive Cyclist Racing Team)0:11:13
75Shawn Rosenthal (Team Mike's Bikes)Row 74 - Cell 2
76Collin Saaman (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)0:11:26
77Bryan Larsen (Stage 17 Racing)0:11:36
78Nathanael Christensen (Michael David Winery Cycling Team)0:11:38
79Ben Chaddock (Team Exergy)0:12:05
80Andrew Bosco (Socalcycling.com)0:12:37
81Anthony Canevari (CashCall Mortgage)0:13:02
82Christopher Wingfield (Hagens Berman Cycling)0:13:04
83Mike Tettleton (F.C.C. powered by Pure Gear)0:13:09
84Nate Freed (Marc Pro - Strava)Row 83 - Cell 2
85Conor Mullervy (Team Exergy)0:14:27
86Christopher Dudley (Team Clif Bar Cycling)0:15:01
87Kirk Carlsen (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)0:16:11
88Jeff Perrin (Webcor/Alto Velo)0:16:24
89David Santos (CashCall Mortgage)0:17:18
90Devan Dunn (CashCall Mortgage)0:17:26
91Martin Acosta (McGuire Cycling Team)0:18:32
92Connor McCutcheon (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)0:18:39
93Jacob Schwingboth (Cycling BC)0:19:53
94Shawn Daurelio (Velo Club LaGrange)0:20:01
95Austin Carroll (Simple Green Bike Religion Elite Team)0:20:45
96Ben Barthe (Get Crackin' MS Socitety)0:21:40
97Justin Williams (CashCall Mortgage)0:24:21
98Brian McCulloch (CashCall Mortgage)0:24:59
99Miles Lamon (Team Clif Bar Cycling)0:25:17
100Matthew Shackley (Velo Club LaGrange)0:26:19
101David Benkoski (Webcor/Alto Velo)0:27:34
102Sterling Magnell (Wonderful Pistachios Professional Cycling Team)0:27:52
103Jeff Linder (Webcor/Alto Velo)0:31:17
104Stuart Press (Velo Club LaGrange)0:38:12
105Michael Painter (Chico Corsa Cycling Club)0:39:03
106Michael Jacques (Team Clif Bar Cycling)0:42:09
107Blake Anton (Team Clif Bar Cycling)0:44:19
108Roberto Rodriguez (Velo Club LaGrange)0:56:24
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Points classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult