Bishop and Barclay win Hampshire 100

Jeremiah Bishop (Sho-Air/Cannondale) and Vicki Barclay (Stan's NoTubes) won the Hampshire 100 this weekend in New Hampshire.


Following up on her recent win at the Wilderness 101, Barclay led the way, earning her second NUE win this season on Sunday finishing in 9:17:20.

"Things were going really well until about 25 miles in, when I went to shift and my rear cassette and was stuck in the hardest gear. I stopped a few times to try and fix it, but it turned out the cable had snapped," said Barclay.

"I stopped at the aid station at mile 48, and the volunteers tried to help there too. The gearing slipped a little again, but I was able to power up most of the climbs. In the end it was actually a challenge which I enjoyed, maybe more with hindsight!"

Elizabeth Allen (Danielson Adventure Sports) stayed within 12 minutes of Barclay through 62 miles, holding on for second place in 9:48:58 and improving on her fourth place finish last year. Just ten minutes separated the three other podium finishers Linda Shin (Crankskins/Blacksmith Cycles) 10:38:54.

Anne Pike (Brands Super Awesome Racing Team) finished fourth in 10:48:24. "My second 100-mile mountain bike race was at the New Hampshire 100, and I can happily say it was a really fun day out in the saddle. The course was a nice mix of some good fast flat sections broken up with plenty of fun trails with fun descents and challenging short sharp climbs to keep it interesting." Robyn Duke (Lapdogs Cycling Club) took the final podium spot at fifth in 10:58:13.

Leading the NUE Series with six wins, so far, this season, two-time (2008 & 2012) NUE defending women's champion, Cheryl Sornson (Team CF) still holds the series top spot with three races remaining. However, the battle for second and third place overall is far from over.

Brenda Simril (Motor Mile Racing) currently holds second place in the point standings following two second place finishes this year, plus her first NUE win at Pierre's Hole 100. However, with two wins plus a second place finish at the Wildcat, Barclay may decide to challenge Simril for the number two spot.


NUE defending champion, Jeremiah Bishop, (Sho-Air/Cannondale) redeemed his loss last year to the 2011 NUE Series Champion and current NUE Series leader, Christian Tanguy (Team CF).  Bishop finished in 7:14:40.

Displaying the #1 plate following his impressive win over Bishop last year, Tanguy stayed within minutes of the leader through 62 miles this year to finish second in 7:32:00.

"The first 40 miles was just a blur. I had fun and was still feeling energized although Jeremiah did an excellent job of making me work harder. Each time I would bobble on some tricky sections, I did a mini sprint to latch back to his wheel. However, by mile 55 or so, I paid the price for all those additional efforts. I was barely past the halfway point and I was hurting," said Tanguy, who leads the NUE series with two wins and two second place finishes this year.

Fifteen minutes later, Dereck Treadwell (Dr. Naylor's Racing) finished third at 7:47:27. Five minutes behind Treadwell, Rob Spreng (Team CF) rolled into fourth in 7:52:13 "A big group rolled together until we got to the first steep climb then things started breaking apart from there. Once we got to the power line, it really broke apart, and this is where I lost touch with the lead group. The New Hampshire singletrack is awesome and even the double track is technical enough to keep things interesting."

Singlespeed men

Last year, Ron Harding (Trestle Bridge Racing) took it to the defending NUE Champion to capture his first NUE Series win at Hampshire. This year, the four- time defending NUE Singlespeed Champion, Gerry Pflug (Team CF) returned to crush the singlespeed field, the only singlespeeder to go sub-eight at 7:59:53, good enough for seventh place overall.

"I managed to get in the lead group and stick with them for about the first 20 miles. I didn't see any other singlespeed riders in the group, so I was able to gain valuable time. My main goal was to beat the 8 hour time mark, so I kept my pace high and was able to achieve my goal," said Pflug.

Daniel Rapp (Toasted Head Racing) finished second in 8:39:07. Nine minutes later, Paul Simoes ( finished third in 8:48:05. Charlie Beal (Createx-Benidor)  finished 9:06:26 to capture fourth place. Fourteen minutes later, Craig Fleetwood (Blacksmith Cycles) from Bolton, ON too fifth in 9:20:53.

With six wins so far this season, Pflug leads the NUE series and controls his own destiny. His closest rival, AJ Linnell (Fitzgerald's Bicycles/Misfit Psycles), who would need a win at both the Park City P2P and Fool's Gold to take the title, may be the only racer standing between Pflug and his fifth straight NUE Series title!

Masters men

Following a big win at Mohican this year and hammering away in the TransAlp, 51-year-old Alec Petro (Corner Cycle Bay Hill Capital Management) took it to the field on Sunday a forty one minute margin of victory, 8:08:39.

"It was a pretty big field overall for 100 milers compared to last year. This is my seventh out of seven Hampshire 100s. I think the Hampshire 100 is one of the harder 100 milers out there and certainly harder than Leadville, minus the altitude, which I competed in the last couple years."

53-year-old Tyler Munroe (ccb/Volkswagen) finished second in 8:49:48, one of just two masters to go sub-nine. 50-year-old Jukka Jokela (Medilaser-Specialized MTB Team) crossed 11 minutes later to finish third in 9:00:37. Referring to the younger Jokela, Munroe said, "I was climbing real well today and Jukka was right behind. We left the youngster every climb, but he would catch on the descents."

Nine minutes later, Terry Blanchet (No American Velo/Blue Sky Bicycles) took fourth at 9:09:33. Blanchet is currently holding down fourth place in the NUE Standings in the masters division. Fifth place went to 55-year-old Brad Young ( in 9:14:45.

Full Results

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jeremiah Bishop (Sho-Air/Cannondale)7:14:40
2Christian Tanguy (Team CF)0:17:20
3Dereck Treadwell (Dr. Naylor's Racing)0:32:47
4Rob Spreng (Team CF)0:37:33
5Will Letendre (Mason Racing)0:38:40
6Mike Barton (Mason Racing / Strava)0:40:09
7Gregory Jancaitis (Riverside Racing)0:51:33
8Jesse Kelly (Team CF)1:12:19
9Chris Gagnon (Mtbmind/Crosscycle Fitness)1:15:10
10Jeffrey Stevens (Trestle Bridge Racing)1:24:38
11Adrian Husemoller1:26:38
12Dan Kotwicki (Rbs Cycling Team)1:28:29
13Matthew Merkel (Dcmtb)1:29:06
14Jeff Mandell (Finkraft Cycling Team)1:36:32
15Andrew Bennett (Team Psycho)1:48:54
16Jonathan Anderson (Essex County Velo)2:06:09
17Scott Smith (Family Bike)2:07:32
18Jeremiah Macrae-Hawkins (Kittensrgr8)2:11:44
19Nat Rockett2:11:46
20Christopher Parrish2:12:09
21Arthur Leray2:13:43
22David Pike (Brands Super Awesome Racing Te)2:22:11
23Chris Michaloski (Halter's Cycles)2:24:18
24Lorenzo Serra (Pawling Cycle & Sport)2:24:54
25Zack Vogel (North American Velo (Nav))2:33:16
26Joseph Bulger2:43:41
27Ian Carleton2:50:48
28Luis Rivera (Brands Super Awesome Racing)2:52:30
29Don Dauphinais (Danielson Adventure Sports)2:52:43
30Mike Shields (Greenfield Trails Association)2:53:07
31Raymond Willard (Empire Brewing-Syracuse Bicycl)2:55:39
32Jerry Jackson (Adventures For The Cure)2:56:04
33Greg Rittler (Adventures For The Cure)3:01:43
34James Wholey (Aaa Cesspool Of Li)3:01:55
35Thomas Hanrahan (Silent Sports)3:03:42
36Peri Garite (Team Pc)3:05:56
37Jeff Carlson (Cadre Racing)3:06:12
38Douglas Wilson3:21:19
39Dan Giroux (The Bswc)Row 38 - Cell 2
40Grant Matthews (Toasted Head Racing)3:23:48
41Brett Mckay (Unattached)3:24:01
42Gary Hoehne (Team Deathrow Velo)3:24:11
43Shannon Surdam (Greenfield Trails Association)3:24:53
44Kaleb Guinn (Greenfield Trails Association)Row 43 - Cell 2
45Bryan Wright (No Mt Woodworks/Black Dog Bike)3:30:17
46Ernie Lozeau (Mtbmind.Com)3:37:07
47Ezra Mullen (Dg Cycle Sports)3:40:35
48David Moore (Cycletherapy Specialized Racin)3:55:43
49Jeremy Larsen (Rose Bike)4:01:13
50Randy Shoogs Larrison (Cadre Racing)4:31:53
51Michael Brunken (Brands Cycle)4:43:44
52Jeffrey Robert (Team Bicycle Alley)4:49:48
53Brian Mcinnis (Jra Cycles)5:04:59
54Richard Rizza5:07:38
55Benjamin Schott (Coos Cycling Club)5:19:26
56Phil Villegas (Axiom Advisors)5:22:23
57John Sheehan (Livingston-Hughes Surveryors)5:45:09
58Todd Downer6:02:08
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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Vicki Barclay (Stan's Notubes Women's Elite Team)9:17:20
2Elizabeth Allen (Danielson Adventure Sports)0:31:38
3Linda Shin (Crankskins/Blacksmith Cycles)1:21:34
4Anne Pike (Brands Super Awesome Racing Team)1:31:04
5Robyn Duke (Lapdogs Cycling Club)1:40:53
6Lenka Branichova (Lapdogs Cycling Club)1:47:13
7Jocelyn Linscott (Toasted Head Racing)2:15:43
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Singlespeed men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Gerry Pflug (Team CF)7:59:53
2Daniel Rapp (Toasted Head Racing)0:39:14
3Paul Simoes (Bikeman.Com)0:48:12
4Charlie Beal (Createx-Benidorm)1:06:33
5Craig Fleetwood (Blacksmith Cycle)1:21:00
6Scott Green (Toasted Head Racing)1:44:08
7Chris Bryce (Dark Horse Flyers)2:18:29
8Doug Trojan (Bike Loft East)3:33:58
9Joseph Delaney (No Mt Woodworks/Black Dog Bike)3:48:27
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Masters men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Alec Petro8:08:39
2Tyler Munroe (Ccb/Volkswagen)0:41:09
3Jukka Jokela (Medilaser-Specialized Mtb Team)0:51:58
4Terry Blanchet (No American Velo / Blue Sky Bi)1:00:54
5Brad Young (Nycross.Com/Vomax)1:06:06
6Odd-Aage Bersvendsen (Top Notch Inn)1:07:57
7John Mosher (Wheelworks Racing)1:13:59
8Derek Griggs (Recycled Sports)1:35:56
9Phillip Kenealy (Unh)1:44:08
10David Wrona (2 Tired Cycling)2:20:08
11Jon Mullen (Dg Cycle Sports)2:50:16
12Tony Papandrea (Team Mt. Airy)3:32:43
13Bill Salmon (Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center)3:53:20
14Dave Hughes4:10:58


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