Remnants of Tropical Storm Lee brought soaking rains into a region that was already water-logged from hurricane Irene, however, not before the National Ultra Endurance (NUE) Series finale wrapped up its fifth epic season in the George Washington National Forest of Virginia.
The Shenandoah Mountain (SM) 100, a highly anticipated 100-mile showdown that would ultimately decide who would be the NUE men's open and masters' division champions included shake-ups in every division followed by unrivaled post-race race festivities that carried on well into the evening but, for one NUE Series Contender from Michigan, it would be a day that threatened to change his life forever.
Women's open: Sornson crushes the competition
On Sunday, Cheryl Sornson (Team CF) pulled out all the stops, winning the biggest race of the NUE Series just after Amanda Carey (Kenda/Felt) celebrated her second straight NUE Series victory and the win at the Park City Point to Point on Saturday. Another 36-deep, talented women's field made the journey to Virginia on Sunday for a final opportunity to improve their series standing.
2008 NUE Women's Champion, Sornson has never failed to take the podium at every race she finished this year, including wins at the Mohican 100 and the Fool's Gold 100.
"The race was awesome and epic as the SM 100 always is," said Sornson. "This year, lots of the trails were improved and more enjoyable than ever to climb and bomb down. On the flip side, some areas were wet and freshly graded which made things a bit slow, especially the Hanky Mountain climb."
"Going into the race, I was very positive and determined to enjoy my ride," said Sornson. "I started out very conservative and planned to pick up the pace as I warmed up. Vicky (Barlcaly), Karen (Potter) and I were together until the road section leading to climb two. I believe they were on the train leading to the singletrack, but a few riders back. I was relieved to go into the climb first, and that is when I got a gap and never saw them again. Not knowing what the gap was, I did need to keep the gas on for the whole race. Fortunately, I felt good and, although it was very hot, I managed to hydrate and fuel well without distress. The aid station volunteers at this race were beyond amazing. Every rider is treated like gold and the hand offs and assistance given is first class."
According to race director Chris Scott, Vicki Barclay (Freeze Thaw/Stans NoTubes) was able to put her back pain aside for the first two mountains, challenging Sornson for the victory before yielding to sharp pain that would shoot from her backside without any rhyme or reason eventually cause her to pull out of the event.
In the end, Sornson would claim her third victory of the year, the only woman to finish in sub-nine hour race at 8:49:43, and in the process, second place overall in the NUE Series.
As Sornson rode away from the pack, another battle was brewing for the final podium position. Brenda Simril (Motor Mile) and Karen Potter (MTBRacenews.com), rivals last season as well, went down on the death climb. Simril led out of Braley Pond, aid station four, but was overtaken by Potter who held onto the second spot until the finish in 9:01:43. However, Simril managed to stay close enough to finish third. As a result, Simril earns the third NUE Series podium spot as well.
With Barclay dropping out, Andrea Wilson, who finished eighth on the day, moved into fifth place overall in the NUE Standings. As an added bonus for being the only woman to complete the series on a singlespeed, Wilson received her own bottle of champagne, celebrating by shaking it up and spraying over any and all men who dared to stand nearby. She encouraged women to give singlespeed a try next season.
Men's open: Tanguy fights for the race win and takes first overall series title
For three-time defending NUE Series Champion Jeff Schalk, this race would very well be his final ride as the marquee "Trek Racing" professional endurance specialist. He will being his third career when he returns to the world of engineering next week.
No other racer has claimed three straight NUE Series wins yet, for Schalk, the consummate professional, one more win would elevate the bar even higher for those that would follow and it would allow him to go out on top as the undisputed reigning endurance champion. He had in front of him what was arguably the most difficult title defense of his pro racing career.
For Christian Tanguy (Team CF), the SM100 represented one final opportunity to obtain his first NUE Series victory, since he will likely be absent for many years to come, and could be potentially "retired" from the NUE Series, with a move overseas to pursue his career as an engineer in China.
Schalk and Tanguy both entered the race tied with four points, each having at least four wins in this "best four of 11" series. With all ties broken here, both racers realized that the entire series was on the line, each as highly motivated as the other to make this final 100-mile journey the greatest of their racing careers.
According to Race Director Chris Scott, "Chris "Chas" Michaels (American Classic/Kenda/Tomac) led it out on his home course like a champ up Narrow Back Mountain with his teammate Robert Marion (American Classic/Kenda/Tomac) in tow. "Chas" let Schalk, Tanguy, and Michael Simonson (RBS Trek MTB Team) pull through and lead into the singletrack at the tower while the sun rose over Virginia's Shenandoah Valley below.
The lead group of more than 10 men hit Tillman Road at mach speed. Schalk and Tanguy displayed their determination as they pounded it, trading pulls at the front and into Lynn Trail that was just freshened up last weekend by the Bridgewater College cross country team, while everyone just tried to hang on.
Schalk and Tanguy escaped on the super steep Lynn trail ascent and took a left at the top of the mountain on Wolf Ridge Trail. The trail had been eagerly awaiting this event since October 2010, when Trail Dynamics had rerouted the bottom half of the trail onto a sustainable alignment, removing it from a super steep fall line route that is considered a legacy trail or an old logging road or fire line ridgetop access road.
The reroute is the result of five years of collaboration between the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition, The United States Forest Service with leadership planning assistance from the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA). The trail was completed as a small part of the SVBC North River Trail Restoration Grant funded by the Department of Transportation FHWA Recreational Trail Program.
Sam Koerber (Trek 29er Crew) was easily able to bridge up the Wolf Ridge Trail as it flowed down to Tillman Road. Kevin Carter (Gripped Films) caught on just as the leading trio was about to escape for good on Tillman Road.
Following down Wolf Ridge trail was "THE" chase group consisting of Brandon Drauglis (Team CF), Greg Kuhn and Mike Simonson (RBS Trek MTB Team), Chris Beck (Team CF), Jens Nielsen (Sport System), and Jonathan Schotttler (Michelob Ultra/ Big Shark) with Matthew Baily (Trek 29er Crew) and Chris Michaels following just 30 seconds back.
The lead group of four stayed together until the steeps on the death climb when the Schalk/Tanguy dual commenced. Schalk was feeling strong and increased the tempo, disposing first of Kevin Clark with Koerber soon to fall off. Tanguy sat on patiently for Schalk's acceleration and then responded with his own attack. Schalk was unable to respond and fell off what became the winning pace.
According to Schalk (Trek), "It was a very appropriate final race to the NUE season, with the year-long fight between Christian and me being settled without much outside interference or mishap. Both he and I appeared to feel good and be in top form, and neither of us had a mechanical or a flat."
"We also marked each other all day long, trading pulls at the front of the race. Only Sam Koerber and Kevin Carter were able to stay with us past mile 25, and they both let us go once we got to the base of the big climb around mile 70. I think both Christian and I knew that the race would be settled there. Although he is a better climber than me, I thought I had the race in the bag at that point because I noticed that he was completely out of water as we began to climb. It was a relatively humid, hot day, and I knew that the 2000-foot ascent would last at least 30 or 45 minutes. So when he began to attack at the base, I allowed him some leash just to keep my own effort under control. Once he'd gain 10 or 20 seconds on me, I'd bridge back up, and continue to bide my time as I waited for him to blow up in the heat. But after several rounds of rubber-banding behind him, I began to realize that I was the one beginning to blow up and he didn't seem affected by his lack of water. He was gone for good near the top of the mountain, and I mentally went into retirement for the final 15 miles."
"I ultimately feel that he was simply the better climber this season," said Schalk. "I couldn't match him for the final showdown since SM100 has too many big mountains. We ended the season with five wins apiece, and we both really pushed ourselves and suffered greatly to beat each other at each of the events. So it really turned out to be a close and interesting match-up. He is a phenomenal athlete, and I have a ton of respect for what he accomplished this year."
"I had a much bigger range of emotional highs and lows this year than any of the past three seasons when I was able to win the series," said Schalk. "I started the year a bit off and had trouble focusing on the task at hand since I knew that it was going to be my last season. I was also trying to focus on transitioning my life away from racing so when Christian was up three wins to one on me, early in the season, I really thought that I was out of it."
"I was hard on myself and feeling quite low about the situation," said Schalk. "However, I was able to turn it around while having my back against the wall. I began to race well in July, taking the Breck 100, and was on a big emotional high for being the first person to dethrone Josh Tostado at that race. I then went on to win a hard fought battle against Christian at the Wilderness 101, and continued riding really well with a win at Pierre's Hole."
Schalk continued, "In the end, I'm really just thankful to have found my niche in 100-mile racing and I'm very thankful for the organization of the NUE series; the NUE provided a platform off of which to base my career and Trek was super supportive of my efforts. I ended up winning 18 NUE races of the 32 that I entered in the last few years, and I'm really grateful to have been so fortunate to find such success in this category of racing."
Taking the third spot on the podium was Sam Koerber (Trek 29er Crew) in 7:18:06. Fourth place went to Kevin Carter (Gripped Racing) in 7:23:12, fifth to Brandon Draugelis (Team CF) in 7:37:38 and sixth to Greg Kuhn (RBS Trek MTB Team) in 7:43:29.
In a major unfortunate turn of events, Michael Simonson (RBS Trek MTB Team) of Michigan, in a bid to displace Josh Tostado from the number three spot on the NUE Series podium, suffered a life threatening crash on the steep Chestnut Ridge Trail descent, near aid station six, about 84 miles into the race.
Simonson, who has little memory of exactly what happened, claimed that he washed out at high speed, going over the bars before colliding with a tree. Sven Baumann, who was not far behind Simonson, was on the scene first and immediately stopped to offer assistance. What he found was shocking as Simonson was covered in blood, mainly resulting from a large gash on his neck caused by a stick or something that lodged in the strap of his helmet, slicing into his neck. Doctors later discovered that the deep cut was just one centimeter from his severing his jugular vein. Simonson also suffered a cut to his forearm, nearly severing tendons that could have resulted in extensive surgery.
However, despite the remote location of the collision, Race Director Chris Scott and Aid Station Captain Christopher Hoy, were prepared with emergency procedures and an evacuation plan in place. Amateur Radio operators were also on hand to communicate with emergency personnel who airlifted Simonson to UVA Hospital in Charlottesville, about an hour from the crash site.
Fortunately, a team of specialists were able to stitch both wounds, however, the worst news for Simonson and his wife Michelle was yet to come. Michelle had volunteered to help out at aid station two which was also aid six. Upon hearing the news, and as her husband was being airlifted, she drove to Charlottesville only to learn that Michael had also suffered four fractured vertebrae in his neck.
It was a long two days and nights before doctors were able to assure her that the spinal injury would not require immediate surgery. Simonson's fitness was noted by doctors as a benefit and his vitals remained strong. Doctors believed that the vertebrate, though cracked, would fuse and heal on their own over time although more x-rays and visits with doctors in Michigan will be required to ensure that they are healing properly.
NUE Series Director Ryan O'Dell said "At the hospital, I visited Michael after he was moved from trauma to his own room. He was not allowed out of bed or even allowed to elevate more than 20 degrees to eat or drink. But, in a testament to his strength of will, rather than focusing on his injuries, Mike, the now leading contender for the 2012 NUE Series along with Josh Tostado (Bach Builders), was already looking forward, talking about his plans to get back on the trainer as soon as possible so he could begin recovery and preparations for the 2012 NUE race season."
NUE defending champion, Robert Herriman (Trek 29er Crew/WSC/Acfstores.com) opted out of the NUE awards presentation to be at the side of his training partner. Later, upon hearing the good news that Mike was allowed out of bed and would soon be released to make the 10-hour drive back to Michigan, Herriman said, "Yeah, It's pretty hard to stop the SiMONSTER!"
According to Race Director, Chris Scott, Mike Montalbano (Dark Horse Cycles) pushed a big gear early on and distanced himself from the NUE Series leader and eventual winner Gerry Pflug (Salsa NoTubes/Pro Bikes).
Wonder Boy Dylan Johnson (Oasis Bike Works) flatted early, nearly crushing his dreams of challenging the big guns in his home state event. Johnson was able to stay relaxed and make little gains all day long advancing through the field into the death climb where he finally laid it down and reeled in all but NUE Series Champ Gerry Pflug, a super impressive ride for the young rider who showed signs of greatness this season at the Cohutta 100.
At Cohutta, Johnson was in early lead group, before crashing and dropping out for a trip to the ER to treat a concussion. Then, at Mohican, he missed a turn while in top 20 overall, then, at Wilderness, he made the lead break and fell off hard. Johnson finished second in8:24:34.
Matt Ferrari (Freeze Thaw/Hubcap Cycles) went out on the offensive after being heckled by race promoter Chris Scott about lacking the fierceness to lay into the race early and ride away for a win. Ferrari ended up on the defensive after taking a nasty spill.
Jason Pruitt (29er Crew/LAS/Hudson Bay Company) traveled from Lafayette, Indiana, hoping to move up in the NUE Series and displace Ferrari from their second place tie. Ferrari was able to keep pushing hard covered in gauze from wrist to triceps with blood seeping down his leg yet finishing a very strong fourth 8:43:24, just behind Montalbano who settled into third place 8:31:17.
According to race winner Pflug who finished sub-eight hours at 7:58:24, "By the time I lined-up on the starting line, I knew my bike and body was ready for the 100 miles ahead, even with the little sleep I had. I also knew it was going to be a fast start. They always are, but the SM100 has about two completely flat miles of pavement before the climbing starts."
Spinning along at 22+ mph on a singlespeed is never that much fun. But, fortunately, the first two miles were not too fast this year and I didn't have to work very hard to stay up front. The pace began to pick up on the first climb, but I was able to hang with the lead group until the top of the climb. The only other singlspeed racer with me at this point was fast Mike Montabano."
"Mike and I rode together until towards the top of Wolf Ridge," said Pflug. "He got away from me on the hike-a-bike section before the ridgetop. I knew it was a long race, though, so I was okay with getting into my own more comfortable pace. During this time, I noticed that my saddle bag had somehow come undone. It was moving around and making noise. I briefly looked back at it and tried to tighten it up while continuing to ride, but as I did, I also unknowingly entered into a rock garden on the trail. I quickly fell off my bike and on to my right side, hitting my hip and knee pretty good. There was a sharp pain at each location, but no blood, so I quickly hopped on my bike and started riding again. After the crash, my riding didn't seem as effortless and I was feeling discomfort on the lateral side of my knee. I also noticed that my saddle bag was still screwed-up and was making all kind of noise bouncing around on the back of my seat, since I failed to fix it after my crash."
"It wasn't long after my crash that another fast singlespeed racer, Matt Ferrari, caught me on the descent off Wolf Ridge," said Pflug. "I had a slight gap on Matt by the time we made it to the fire road after the descent, so I stopped to tighten my saddle bag. As I tightened the bag, I noticed that the zipper on my bag was also about halfway opened at this time and that only my spare inner tube remained in the pack.
"'Great,' I thought," said Pflug. "Now I have no tools, no CO2 cartridges, a sore hip/knee to deal with for the remainder of the race and Mike was nowhere in sight on the long straight gravel road ahead. Suddenly, I felt like my shot at winning the race was slipping away. Matt then rode by, so I quickly got on my bike to continue riding with him. We were all alone on this mostly flat and fast section of the course. On sections of race courses like this, I hate being on a single speed bike. I feel helpless just spinning away and not really going anywhere fast. At times like these, I can’t stop thinking about how nice it would be to have the ability to shift into a big chain ring."
"Matt and I talked about Mike choosing a bigger gear for the race than we had and we both knew he was putting valuable minutes on us during this time, but Matt didn't seem too eager in wanting to chase down Mike as we rode together. I knew that if we had any hope in catching Mike, it was going to be my responsibility to do all the work, so I went to the front and started pulling. Fortunately, a couple of miles before aid station #2, Matt and I got caught by some geared racers and I was finally given some help with my chase."
"After a very quick stop at the checkpoint, I was able to escape from the rest of the group with two geared riders. Angry Andy and fast master's racer, Doug Andrews, were the two others that got away with me. It's always nice to ride with guys willing to work like these two. The three of us worked well together and we quickly got a nice gap on the other riders leaving the checkpoint later than us."
"After a few fast flat miles, one of the major climbs on the course started. By this time, my body and mind started recovering from my little crash and I decided it was time to race again. I started catching a bunch of riders on the climb. It seemed like every time I caught someone on the climb they would tell me that Mike was just ahead. I continued climbing hard and soon caught Mike somewhere before the top of the climb, probably around mile 40 or so. I got away from Mike a lot easier than I expected on the climb, probably because he was using a gear bigger than mine, but I knew that more than half of the race was ahead of us and that anything could happen, yet. So, I stayed on the gas and continued riding as hard as I could with my one gear. I was climbing great it seemed, but my rigid fork was definitely taking a toll on me during the long technical descents. To make matters worse, I noticed on the long descent to checkpoint #3 that my front brake was losing power. I was suddenly able to pull my front lever all the way to the grip, which only gave me any real stopping power in the rear brake. I added this problem to my list of things that had gone wrong today, but knew that there was nothing I could do about it except learn to live without the use of a front brake for the next three to four hours."
"Luckily, the rest of the day seemed to go pretty well and I didn't have any other issues out on the course. I would look over my shoulder on the long climbs to see if any other singlespeed racers were chasing me, but I saw none. I ended-up racing with small groups of geared guys for the rest of the race and using my finish time goal as my motivation to keep my speed high. I wanted to beat the eight hour mark and to also set a new singlespeed course record."
"My time was just a little short in 2010 with a 8:02 finishing time. The course seemed a little slower this year, however, because of the soil being a little more damp and because of the really hot and humid weather conditions. But even with the slower course, I was still somehow able to beat my time from last year by finishing with a time of 7:58. I'm not sure if it was due to having better fitness or using an easier gear than I did a year earlier. I'll take the better time either way because it was a perfect way to end an almost perfect season. Winning the Shenandoah Mountain 100 gave me nine NUE race wins for the season out of the 10 NUE races that I did. Winning this race was also a nice way to put a cherry on top of my third straight NUE Series singlespeed title in as many years." A Three-Peat. It's been an exciting and pfun year of racing for me and I am already looking forward to attempting a fourth straight NUE Series singlespeed win next year." More from Pflug's blog.
According to race director, Chris Scott, Roger Masse (Trek 29er Crew) and Mike Ramponi (Independent Fabrication) were being hyped as the riders with a chance of riding away with a Master victory on the very challenging Shenandoah Mountain 100 course with which they are very familiar.
However, Masse was not able to cover the pace laid down by NUE Series leader Doug Andrews (GeoLadders.com) nor defending NUE Masters Champion Rob Herriman.
With four wins, Andrews, nicknamed the Hulk for smashing the field by hours, instead of minutes, knew that he needed to prevent the defending champion from getting his fourth win. For the defending champion, Herriman, only a "W" would allow him to defend his title but that meant he needed the ride of his life to get past Andrews, Ramponi and Masse among the top contenders in a strong singlespeed field.
"Ramponi, sporting his mohawk that made him look like what his son called 'an exotic bird' gave it his all hoping to ride fast all day long," according to Scott. However, Ramponi fell short of his expectations and suffered in the heat finishing far back but with a smile on his face.
Masse, never having had a good ride on this course close to his home in Maryland, felt pretty happy with his third place finish pumping his first fiercely at the finish as he rolled in at 8:49:16. Last minute entrant Bob Koerber, father of pro racers Sam and Willow, put in a solid ride taking fourth in 9:28:38 with past champion Bill Nagel (Guys Bicycle Racing Club) rounding out the podium in fifth at 9:41:19.
Robert Herriman, whose motto is "The best way to predict the future is to create it!" finished second at 8:36:54. "The SM100 is right at the top of the list on the NUE calendar when it comes to that sketchy, rocky, east coast style singletrack trail which is kinda like my kryptonite. But, on the plus side, the SM100 also has tons of Herriman-friendly fireroad climbs, so I was still hopeful to be competitive. The race started out great and I made it over the first big climb of the day with no issues."
"Starting out on the second big climb of the day (mile 12) it was the top three masters in the NUE series (Doug Andrews, Roger Masse, and myself) riding wheel to wheel on the trail. I was the first to drop off as I struggled to keep the bike on the trail in the steep rocky singletrack. I would catch back up to Roger with a flat tire at about mile 20."
On the next road I saw a little black bear run across the road about a hundred feet in front of me. That was pretty cool. From there on Roger and I swapped spots several more times as he flatted again and would catch back up in the technical trail. The race seemed to pass by very quickly for me and was mostly uneventful from there until I happened across my good buddy Mike Simonson who'd had a wicked crash.
"Mike was with medical aid crew and was waiting for a four-wheeler to get him out of the woods. He gave me a message to relay to Michelle that he was just scraped and banged up. It was a scary moment for sure and put things into a different perspective."
"I finished up the race and then discovered Mike had been air-lifted out. Yikes! Michelle and I packed things up and drove the 60 miles to join Mike in the ER. I missed being able to chat with friends after the race but obviously there are some things that are more important."
In the end, it was Andrews who put 30 minutes on the field to finish in 8:06:48. According to Andrews, "I flew from California with a bike box and small bag of gear, food and clothes. Everything was good although tricky getting the bike box under 50lbs. I stopped at Shenandoah Bicycle Shop in Harrisburg to pick up Big Air canisters that I reserved with Kyle since compressed air is not allowed on flights. Kyle was super helpful and clued me in that there was no lodging close to the start and camping was the way to go."
"I got lost on the way to the campground when my iPhone ran out of juice. So I watched for cars with bikes and made it the last 15 miles to the campground. Went to build my bike and realized my tubeless back tire had a slow leak. I fussed with it all day, no go so I decided to let it sit overnight."
"I had no tent or sleeping bag for the campground, so I threw the padding from my bike box in the back of my rental SUV in hopes of getting a good night sleep, that worked well. I woke up refreshed and a little greasy from chain lube on one of those bike pads. Got things together, but my tire was not holding air. 15 minutes before the start, I finally had to pop a tube in. I then realized my rotor was rubbing. I fussed with it for a long time but could not resolve the rubbing."
"Time started really slipping away, seven minutes to start, and frantically I decided to loosen the caliper as a last resort, bad idea, it became worse. Now I was in a panic with five minutes to start and still could not fix it. I started running with my bike towards the start line hoping to find a bike stand, then realized everyone was lined up already, oh crap, major panic."
"I knew Robert Herriman was there, last year's Masters Champion, and the only person I had to beat to win the series. Also Roger Masse would be battling me hard for the days win (although not the series). All three of us are closely matched. I lined up at the front of the line, to the right of Garth Prosser (Cannondale), but out of the way of the pack.
For me the entire series had boiled down to what happened in the next 60 seconds. There I was at the start line and my bike was un-ride-able. If I got caught behind the entire field it would be impossible to catch Robert and Roger. I had ridden hundreds of miles at NUE races this season, traveled thousands of miles between NUE races, conquered numerous issues and problems along the way, and there I stood with an unrideable bike and 60 seconds to the start of the final, tie-breaker race. "
"I pulled out my Lenz tool from my jersey pocket, pushed down on the handlebar, pulled the brake, and firmly tightened both bolts on the caliber. Only 30 seconds to start, picked up by my front wheel, gave it a spin. Aahhh, no rubbing! I almost couldn't believe it, what a relief! Slipped my tool in my jersey, five seconds, and bang we were off, ...still didn't even have my gloves on. I managed to work those on amongst the mayhem of the first few turns out of the campground."
"If there's one thing the NUE series teaches you it's 'never give up!' 15 minutes in, I was around 15th, and could not shift to my big ring. Fussed with the barrel adjuster, but had to get off and retention the cable with my Lenz tool. Both Robert and Roger passed me. After I fixed my shifting issue, I caught some good pulls from a few riders and was able to catch them after about 45 minutes."
"We rode together for maybe half hour then I got a bit of a gap on them. I didn't see them again, although they weren't far behind. I know Roger ultimately suffered two flats. I leap frogged up a few groups here and there and then caught up to Gerry Pflug on the flats and rode in a group with him for many miles. Gerry eventually dropped me one of the long climbs in the last 25 miles."
"My smartest tactic of the day was 'not' drinking some of my drop bag pre-mix bottles and instead grabbing fresh 'water' bottles at three stations that I had not planned on. It was very hot and staying hydrated was critical."
NUE Series podium finishers five deep shared a $10,000 cash purse and Velocity Certificates. Division winners will receive comped entry into all NUE Series races in 2012 and all NUE Series finishers chose prizes courtesy of Kenda Tire, Ryders Eyewear and Yakima Racks.
For an inside look at the trails of Shenandoah, check out Scott Wootten's Pre-Race Six Pack Video on Dowell's Draft.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Christian Tanguy (Team CF)||6:55:59|
|2||Jeff Schalk (Trek)||0:16:07|
|3||Sam Koerber (Trek 29er Crew)||0:22:07|
|4||Kevin Carter (Gripped Racing)||0:27:13|
|5||Brandon Draugelis (Team CF)||0:41:39|
|6||Greg Kuhn (RBS Trek MTB Team)||0:47:30|
|7||Jonathan Schottler (Michelob Ultra/ Big Shark)||0:49:57|
|8||Zack Morrey (VaporGenie.com/Maxxis/Rogue's Racing)||0:51:53|
|9||Jens Nielsen (Sport Systems)||0:54:35|
|10||Ernesto Marenchin (Pivot Cycles)||0:58:30|
|11||Sven Baumann (Bonanza Radmobil)||0:58:36|
|12||Garth Prosser (Cannondale Factory/Ashford Medical)||1:01:41|
|13||Michael Tabasko (DCMTB)||1:05:58|
|14||Chris Michaels (American Classic/Kenda/Tomac)||1:06:09|
|15||Rob Spreng (Dirty Harry's)||1:07:12|
|16||Lee Hauber (Trek 29er Crew)||1:08:23|
|17||Ian Spivack (DCMTB)||1:08:43|
|18||Matthew Bailey (Subaru Trek/Gary Fisher)||1:11:15|
|19||Ryan Fawley (Trek 29er Crew)||1:14:12|
|20||Andy Gorski (Pro Bikes)||1:14:14|
|21||Pat Miller (Race Pace Bicycles/TREK)||1:17:16|
|22||Thomas Burke (Lathrup Industries/Giant Bicycles)||1:20:23|
|23||Dan Atkins (Trek 29er Crew)||1:20:41|
|24||Jeff Dickey (SCOTT RC / TEXmarket-USA MTB TEAM)||1:22:52|
|25||Morgan Olsson (GVC / Cycles de Oro)||1:24:03|
|26||Kyle Lawrence (Trek 29er Crew)||1:27:16|
|27||Ryan Mckinney (Clean Currents p/b Don Beyer Volvo)||1:31:25|
|28||Jed Prentice (Bike Doctor Racing Team)||1:38:56|
|29||Calvin Cheung (College Park Bicycles)||1:40:06|
|30||Peter Schildt (Keswick Cycles)||1:41:21|
|31||Ben Shaklee (Ellicottville Bike Shop)||1:44:21|
|32||James Mayuric (Team CF)||1:46:17|
|33||Brad Cobb (Motor Mile Racing)||1:46:34|
|34||Travis Mullen (Shamrock Cycles)||1:46:58|
|35||Dan Kotwicki (Trek 29er Crew)||1:47:12|
|36||Theo Procopos (Keswick Cycle)||1:47:27|
|37||Joe Fish (Design Physics/ Stijl Cycles)||1:50:52|
|38||Bradley Schmalzer (Team Bikeman.com/Stan's Notubes/XXCMag)||1:56:20|
|39||Paul Stone (My Wallet)||1:58:08|
|40||Dr. Evil (Gettysburg Cupcake Factory)||1:59:09|
|41||Jason Manger (Adventures for the Cure)||2:02:03|
|42||David Reid (Design Physics Stijl Cycles Racing)||2:03:36|
|43||Wake Fulp (East Coasters)||2:04:40|
|44||Bruce Stauffer (Trek Bicycle Store - Charlotte, NC)||2:05:53|
|45||Jason Laxton (Specialized)||2:06:09|
|46||Dennis Baldwin (Ellicottville Bike Shop)||2:08:01|
|47||Chris Strout (WBR-Siren Bicycles)||2:10:11|
|48||Colby Waller (Gripped Racing)||2:11:07|
|49||Scott Smith (TN Valley Bicycles)||2:11:49|
|50||Daniel Rapp (FastForwardRacing/ MyFam)||2:11:51|
|51||David Olsen (Rock Creek Bike Club)||2:12:09|
|52||Lee Simril (Motor Mile Racing)||2:12:41|
|53||Jeff Plassman (Design Physics | Stijl Cycles)||2:14:25|
|54||Eric Schofield (Richmond Velo Sport)||2:14:46|
|55||Michel LeBlanc (Rocky Mountain Bike Factory Team)||2:17:33|
|56||Douglas Pelko (Applied Security)||2:18:42|
|57||Patrick Norton (Team Homebrew)||2:18:58|
|58||John Creedon (Team Sucker Punch)||2:20:26|
|59||Tom Brockman (Bicycle Sport, Louisville, KY)||2:20:40|
|60||Petr Minar (NCVC/Caleva)||2:21:12|
|61||Jeffrey Hellner (jrvs/american pride auto)||2:23:16|
|62||Madison Matthews (The Bicycle Shop/ MBR)||2:25:15|
|63||Ryan Heerschap (Cycle Craft/Bulldogs)||2:27:35|
|64||Alex Kurland (Blue Ridge Bud)||2:29:38|
|65||Dennis Lessard (Aberdeen Bike)||2:29:40|
|66||Jesse Tubb (My Wife)||2:30:31|
|67||Patrick Wallace (Ellicottville Bike Shop)||2:31:25|
|68||Patrick Nagler (SEAVs Racing/Haymarket Bikes)||2:32:51|
|69||Rich Kidd (TVB, Tomato Head)||2:33:49|
|70||Collin Vento (Shenandoah Bicycle Co.)||2:35:23|
|71||Lee Carmichael (Calfkiller Cycling)||2:39:38|
|72||Jacob Colvin (Pedal Power CT)||2:39:51|
|73||Chris Adeletti (Cyclonaut Racers)||2:40:37|
|74||James Pittman (Carolina Fatz/Carroll Composites)||2:45:25|
|75||Aaron Mooney (Tryon Bike)||2:46:08|
|76||Jon Broyles (Team Honky)||2:46:36|
|77||Michael Phillips (nope)||2:46:52|
|78||Chris Hardee (Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV)||2:48:34|
|79||Joel Steffanini (TNB Race / Tomato Head)||2:52:36|
|80||Michael Cooney (EngNet)||2:52:39|
|82||Frank Yeager (Blue Ridge Cyclery Racing)||2:57:49|
|83||Daniel Snyder (n/a)||2:58:27|
|84||Ronny Angell (Odyssey Adventure Racing)||2:59:08|
|85||James Burris (Black Dog Bike)||2:59:24|
|86||Sam Lindblom (Paige & the kids)||3:02:09|
|87||Paul Lara (Jen and Olive)||3:02:49|
|88||Josh Doorly (Haymarket Bicycles/ SEAVS)||3:03:52|
|89||Stefan Schwarzkopf (NCVC/UnitedHealthcare)||3:03:57|
|90||Mark Drogalis (Team CF)||3:04:46|
|91||Mike Buchness (The Bike Lane)||3:05:08|
|92||Bruce Meyer (BMC Builders)||3:06:03|
|93||Ben Brown (Moonstomper)||3:09:06|
|94||Robbie Bruce (Blackwater Bike Shop)||3:09:19|
|95||Rod Nicholle (Independent)||3:11:01|
|96||Brad Stinson (Knox Velo)||3:11:04|
|97||Jose Mendez (Trek/Cycleworks)||3:11:33|
|98||Philip Wright (Team Wayoh!)||3:12:24|
|99||John Petrylak (Spinning Lizard Bikes)||3:12:56|
|100||James Thielemann (Bleizig-Dog)||3:13:26|
|101||Brian Shernce (cycle craft / bulldog)||3:13:52|
|102||Justin Mace (Motor Mile Racing)||3:14:02|
|103||Stephan Borkoski (Race Pace Bicycles/TREK)||3:15:35|
|104||Rob Campbell (Bike Line)||3:15:48|
|105||Allen Gracey (self)||3:16:19|
|106||Jon Rittling (no)||3:17:13|
|107||Pedro Salsanongrata (MY Wife)||3:19:40|
|108||Jon Ciambotti (Blue Ridge Cyclery)||3:21:17|
|109||Benoit Corriveau (Club Cycliste Charlevoix)||3:21:59|
|110||Henry McCullough (POA Cycling Team)||3:22:15|
|111||Todd Niemeier (Sponsor?)||3:22:17|
|112||Steve Walsh (Deadgoat/Schmoe racing.)||3:22:25|
|113||Mark Jackson (Just Riding Along)||3:23:00|
|114||Jeff Hackett (Fooftown)||3:27:38|
|115||Wilson Hale (The College of William and Mary)||3:33:14|
|117||Adam DeWitt (Bonzai Sports)||3:34:41|
|118||Dan Sluzas (Specialized)||3:36:30|
|119||Jeff Carlson (Cadre Racing)||3:37:38|
|121||Chad Rathbone (Broad Street Hooligans)||3:40:21|
|122||Connor Bell (Gripped Racing)||3:40:59|
|123||Brian Boring (Luv Cycles - Joes Bike Shop)||3:42:20|
|124||Charles Buki (Gripped Racing)||3:43:23|
|125||Dylan Selinger (Crank Arm Rickshaw)||3:45:31|
|127||Terry Duquette (Bikes Unlimited)||3:45:55|
|128||Jason Mattis (BicycleSPACE DC)||3:46:49|
|129||Doug Milliken (Bike Doctor of Fredrick)||3:49:10|
|130||Scott Fitzner (Team DirtShack)||3:49:32|
|131||Jamie Webster (The A List)||3:49:49|
|132||Andy Bacon (OdySS Meney Adventure Racing/Spokes etc.)||3:50:11|
|133||Kevin Baird (Team Kevin)||3:51:31|
|134||Thomas Hash (Bikewalk Virginia, East Coasters)||3:51:43|
|135||David Wrona (Family Bike of MaSS Menachusetts)||3:52:32|
|136||Aaron Hoag (Specialized/Dumonde Tech)||3:53:31|
|137||Andrew Mills (The Underwhelmers)||3:56:24|
|139||Joshua Neider (Trails Edge)||3:57:02|
|140||John Van Alsburg (Team rJr / Hometown)||3:58:19|
|141||Garick Tischler (Ellicottville Bike Shop)||3:59:40|
|142||Steve Tetreault (Bikes Unlimited)||3:59:56|
|143||Paul Deeble (SVBC)||4:00:58|
|144||Thori Wolfe (Route 1 Velo/Arrow Bicycles)||4:01:30|
|145||Lee Salway (N/A)||4:03:15|
|146||Christopher Salway (N/A)||4:03:17|
|148||Chris Reynolds (Michael David Winery)||4:06:14|
|149||Ryan Burbey (William & Mary Cycling Club)||4:06:47|
|150||Jason Stephens (Team ed)||4:09:35|
|151||Jonathan Marshall (Cool Breeze & Trek Store Charlotte)||4:09:44|
|152||Kent Baake (DCMTB / Continuam Solar)||4:12:16|
|154||Andrew Christman (Team ME/Niner/Stans/etc)||4:14:00|
|155||Adam Croft (Trek Mountain Co-op)||4:15:50|
|156||Paul Rassam (Paul's Boutique)||4:16:52|
|157||Luke Reich (what?)||4:17:38|
|158||Eric Magrum (Foof B)||4:17:43|
|159||Davy Hazlegrove (Blackwater Bike Shop)||4:20:14|
|160||Benjamin Teller (NCVC/united healthcare)||4:20:20|
|161||Clair Walizer Jr (Bike Beat)||4:20:23|
|163||John Furtak (Caffeinated Cyclist Racing)||4:21:55|
|164||Mike Schultz (dirty Harrys/Highland Training)||4:23:09|
|166||Matthew McDonald (Veloworks-Spokes)||4:23:24|
|167||Chris Neubert (ABRC - PAS)||4:23:26|
|169||Stephen Howard (Team Moonstomper)||4:24:13|
|170||Michael Klasmeier (DCMTB)||4:24:29|
|171||Adam Truog (Left 4 Dead)||4:24:49|
|172||Jeffrey Rodelas (Team L4D)||4:24:51|
|173||Joel Wilson (DCMTB - Family Bikes)||4:25:58|
|174||Frank Dubec (Team Vevlo Eel)||4:26:41|
|176||Andrew Moore (William and Mary Cycling Team)||4:29:09|
|178||David George (Screechy Beast Racing)||4:31:18|
|179||Steve Noiret (Cycle-Smart)||4:32:08|
|180||Scott Burkholder (Baltimore Love Project LLC)||4:32:10|
|181||Matt Donahue (DCMTB)||4:33:13|
|182||Kevin Horvath (Fat Frogs Racing/Greenbriar Pawn)||4:33:15|
|183||Steven Nutt (adventure for the cure)||4:33:56|
|184||Jake Sinn (My Thin Wallet)||4:34:00|
|185||Jamie Earl (DCMTB)||4:34:25|
|186||William Braum (CAMBA)||4:35:00|
|187||Andrew Haughton (Team Iusedtobefaster)||4:35:24|
|188||John Claman (The Bike Lane)||4:39:28|
|191||Michael Manning (no)||4:41:14|
|192||Gordon Merklein (SORBA/Clean Machine)||4:41:24|
|193||Jim Stranix (Bike Line)||4:42:17|
|194||Javaun Moradi (Blackwater Bike Shop)||4:42:21|
|195||Dan Wolf (Race Pace Bicycles)||4:43:10|
|196||Charlie Bezilla (Team Fells Point)||4:45:17|
|197||Ben Cramer (Race Pace OT)||4:45:19|
|198||David Sanders (Team Saddleblock)||4:45:36|
|199||Jamey Davidson (God)||4:46:08|
|200||Dan McDermott (Bike Line)||4:46:15|
|202||Jonathan Peck (Grey Drive)||4:50:34|
|203||Lee Cumberland (AFC)||4:50:49|
|204||Andy Riess (Self)||4:51:03|
|206||Chris Newell (Sublime Athletics/PA Cupcakes)||4:51:59|
|207||Justin Riddle (Arsenal)||4:52:15|
|208||Jason Berry (Gripped Racing)||4:52:58|
|209||Jason Leonard (South Charlotte Spine & WellneSS Men)||4:53:59|
|210||Brian Wurster (Applied Security)||4:55:30|
|211||Steve Simmons (Gripped Racing)||4:56:50|
|213||Eric Trebour (Good Beer)||4:58:57|
|214||Andrew Soles (Paul's Botique)||4:59:02|
|215||Brian Lancaster (United Healthcare)||4:59:34|
|216||James Kelly (Poor People)||4:59:59|
|217||Glen Potter (n/a)||5:00:19|
|218||Thomas Hanrahan (Silent Sports)||5:00:30|
|219||Chris Bryce (Velo Sport/Sho Air)||5:00:32|
|220||Chris James (Bike Line)||5:00:38|
|221||John Worozbyt (Foof B)||5:04:34|
|222||Nick Pejeau (Columbus, IN Bicycle Station)||5:04:51|
|223||Pieter Mul (NCVC/UnitedHealthcare)||5:04:54|
|224||Mark Drajem (DCMTB)||5:06:20|
|225||Ken Heil (Flannel)||5:08:05|
|226||Jonathan Hunt (Oaxaca)||5:08:56|
|227||Sherman Knight (blllhk)||5:09:07|
|228||Andrew Martin (Skeleton Crew)||5:09:28|
|229||Stephen Lindsey (NCVC/United Healthcare)||5:10:05|
|230||Bryan Wright (Black Dog Bikes)||5:11:29|
|231||Angus Mackenzie (www.Race-Keeper.com)||5:13:18|
|233||John Lynch (Team Ed / The Bike Zoo)||5:14:25|
|234||Sean Graves (Blue Ridge Cyclery)||5:16:01|
|235||Paul Sullivan (Team Moonstomper)||5:16:14|
|237||Tom Newton (Cally Mom & Libby)||5:18:56|
|238||Paul Leeger (Design Physics Racing/ Stijl Cycles)||5:19:16|
|239||Bertrand Blunt (Griffin Cycle)||5:20:37|
|240||Paul Panetta (My Wife and Kids...and Beer)||5:21:04|
|242||Doug Trojan (Trojan Endurance Racing)||5:22:43|
|243||Bo Miller (Ellicottville Bike Shop)||5:24:11|
|244||Russ Adams (The Bike Lane)||5:24:59|
|245||Michael Ryba (CAMBA)||5:25:22|
|247||Paul Souchar (NCVC/United Healthcare)||5:28:45|
|248||Gregory Morrison (Myself)||5:30:10|
|249||George Flam (DCMTB)||5:30:26|
|250||Matt McCluskey (Henry's Secret Team)||5:31:23|
|251||Shawn Tevendale (Blue Ridge Cyclery)||5:31:53|
|252||Jeff Gould (Alberto's)||5:32:48|
|253||Richard Wiegert (SWMG)||5:33:57|
|254||Bruce Wickham (Blue Ridge Boys)||5:34:07|
|257||Joseph Surina (Hug and Tug Racing)||5:36:42|
|258||Andrew Shallcross (Smash Inc.)||5:37:15|
|259||Jacob Hageman (Roll'n Dirty)||5:39:11|
|261||Chris Bayne (_)||5:43:00|
|262||Christopher King (Route 1 Velo / Arrow Bicycle)||5:45:04|
|263||Chris Koppang (IPA)||5:47:31|
|264||David Williams (Rackspace Hosting)||5:47:58|
|265||Allen Campbell (Blackwater Bikeshop)||5:48:12|
|266||Kurt Rosenberger (Shenandoah Bicycle Co.)||5:48:20|
|267||Tim Smith (Scenic City Velo)||5:48:23|
|268||Mike Bender (Potomac Velo Club)||5:48:43|
|270||Ricardo Tenorio (Galleria Dental Aesthetics)||5:51:15|
|271||Kurt Rosenberger (Shenandoah Bicycle Co.)||5:52:53|
|272||Michael Burton (Hug-N-Tug Racing)||5:56:27|
|273||Reid Kiser (Team Fexy/Spokes)||5:59:06|
|274||Ted McDaniel (Secert Henrys Team)||5:59:38|
|275||Julian Malcolm (Planet FitneSS Men - VA)||6:01:23|
|276||Jay Pelletier (Gimmy a push!)||6:03:54|
|277||Marcus Coe (I Ride for Mao)||6:04:41|
|280||Ryan Jones (owie pants)||6:08:40|
|281||William McQuate (Hug and Tug Racing)||6:11:51|
|282||Bion Kim (Team Roll'n Dirty)||6:15:09|
|283||Brian Dawson (Dawson family)||6:15:14|
|284||Gibson Barbee (moonstomper)||6:15:53|
|285||Erik Arnold (Plum Grove Cycle)||6:18:17|
|286||Kevin Sine (Pure Energy Racing-ProAir/HFA)||6:19:31|
|288||Ryan Kleman ($$$$$)||6:20:48|
|289||Frank Hodel (Cool Breeze Cyclery/Trek Store)||6:22:59|
|290||David Kirkpatrick (Secret Ninja)||6:28:58|
|291||Raphael Silvestro (Innovation TechWorks)||6:33:07|
|292||Joshua Elliott (bub)||6:33:33|
|293||Jim Kutz (Me)||6:35:45|
|294||Brad Prescott (Datsun/Pro-Flex)||6:35:49|
|297||Robert Niemeyer (Skeleton Crew)||6:36:36|
|298||Lukas Eklund (TeamHalfwayThere.com/ Spokes Etc.)||6:44:16|
|299||Seth Wood (Solo)||6:45:58|
|300||Scott McConnell (2 Tired Cycling )||6:47:51|
|301||Andrew Blum (Nope!)||6:53:42|
|302||Carl Roach (RoachInMotion)||6:53:56|
|304||Steve Butler (Wife and 4 kids)||7:19:09|
|305||Jason Gull (WNR)||7:21:15|
|307||Jody Mazur (Cadre Racing)||7:39:10|
|310||Adolfo Carrion (The Bike Lane (W. Springfield))||8:00:40|
|311||Bradlee Herauf (-)||8:11:22|
|312||Nathan Burrell (Hug-N-Tug Racing)||8:20:20|
|313||Nathan Cherry (Pedal Faster)||8:24:04|
|314||Ray Bowles (Team XS)||8:28:42|
|315||Kyle Johnston (Team XS)|
|316||Craig Riddle (Team Moonstomper)||9:01:33|
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Cheryl Sornson (Team CF)||8:49:43|
|2||Karen Potter (MTBRacenews.com)||0:11:32|
|3||Brenda Simril (Motor Mile Racing)||0:19:00|
|4||Jane Pearson (YORKTOWN CYCLES RAWREVOLUTION)||1:06:13|
|5||Libbey Sheldon (4 Boys Racing)||1:22:48|
|6||Laura Hamm (VT)||1:27:47|
|7||Jennifer Wolfson (Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition)||1:30:49|
|8||Andrea Wilson (Outdoors, Inc.)||1:54:46|
|9||Pam Frentzel-Beyme (Gripped Racing)||1:56:53|
|10||Emily McDonald (Veloworks-Spokes, Etc.)||2:06:15|
|11||Laureen Coffelt (Velosoul/ The Natural Way)||2:06:34|
|12||Kaysee Armstrong (Team Ed)||2:16:29|
|13||Christina Buerkle (Dynamic Physical Therapy Cycling)||2:41:56|
|14||Mary Dean Coleman (American Deatetics ASS Menociation)||3:06:12|
|15||Paula Smith (Rostello)||3:14:35|
|16||Francine Rapp (LUNA Chix)||3:18:42|
|17||Pemberton Heath (Blue Ridge Cyclery)||3:38:11|
|18||Kelly Ayer (CAMBA/Eddys Bike Shop)||3:41:23|
|19||Beth Fulton (The Bike Lane)||3:42:19|
|20||Jessica Kelleher (Gripped Racing)||3:53:52|
|21||Jennifer Whedbee (Blue Ridge Cyclery)||3:57:45|
|22||Jocelyn Linscott (Dark Horse Cycles)||3:57:58|
|23||Hollie Ernest (TN Valley Bicycles)||4:03:44|
|24||Stephanie Surch (Bucks County Bike Company)||4:04:41|
|25||Emily Anthony (The College of William and Mary)||4:08:19|
|26||Kristin Eddy/ Chris Caul (Huckleberry Inn)||4:33:46|
|27||Michelle Faucher (Halfwaythere.com/Spokes)||4:53:01|
|28||Kate Hoof (Team Hazel)||5:00:01|
|29||Gretchen Shallcross (Smash Inc.)||5:44:22|
|30||Stephanie Stago (Tinker the Dog)||6:15:52|
|31||Amy Coleman (Rostello)||6:26:41|
|33||Diane Reynolds (Team ed)||6:37:46|
|34||Siobhan McNulty (No sponsor)||6:48:58|
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Gerry Pflug (Salsa/Notubes/Pro Bikes)||7:58:24|
|2||Dylan Johnson (Oasis Bike Works)||0:26:10|
|3||Mike Montalbano (Dark Horse Cycles)||0:32:53|
|4||Matt Ferrari (Freeze Thaw Cycles/ Hub Cap Cycles)||0:45:00|
|5||Hal Batdorf (D and Q Racing / Lone Wolf Cycling)||0:48:32|
|6||Jason Pruitt (29er Crew/ LAS/ Hodson Bay Company)||0:54:20|
|7||Kelly Klett (Trips for Kids Triangle)||0:56:04|
|8||Sean Leader (Team ED Racing)||0:59:34|
|9||Ben Barnard (Revolution Cycles NC)||1:00:16|
|10||Rich Dillen (Team Dicky)||1:04:13|
|11||Collin Snyder (MCG Trails-edge.com)||1:07:25|
|12||Batbayar Batchuluun (Batrider)||1:08:52|
|13||Brandon O'Neal (Bikeman.com)||1:13:34|
|14||Mark Tressler (Hoosac Hype (Believe it))||1:13:36|
|15||Rob Lochner (Iron City Bikes)||1:23:38|
|16||Watts Dixon (Revolution Cycles NC)||1:27:46|
|17||Shane Schreihart (Bikeman.com)||1:27:48|
|18||Rich Kidd (TVB, Tomato Head)||1:31:24|
|19||Michael Tressler (Hoosac Hype (Believe it))||1:35:38|
|20||Chris Merriam (4 Boys Racing)||1:36:21|
|22||Brian Deloughy (Bikeman.com)||1:45:09|
|23||Greg Bell (Revolution Cycles, NC)||1:45:59|
|25||Robin Oscar (Motor Mile Racing)||1:53:41|
|26||Aaron Shelmire (Pro Bikes / XXC Mag)||2:04:13|
|27||Eric Sauer (GVC/Cyles de Oro)||2:07:25|
|28||Donald Powers (Pro Bikes / Twin6)||2:12:05|
|29||Matthew White (Haymarket Bicycles/ SEAVS)||2:12:42|
|30||Jason Willis (Blackwater Bike Shop)||2:13:07|
|31||Peter Kotses (Athens Bicycle)||2:15:51|
|32||Chris Holland (Team Me)||2:19:49|
|33||Buck (Independent Fabrication)||2:21:08|
|34||Chad Miller (Race Pace Bicycles/TREK)||2:21:58|
|36||Brad Clarke (D & q Racing)||2:26:24|
|37||Scott Rath (Vegan ExpreSS Men)||2:30:55|
|38||Nikolas Obriecht (Race Pace Bicycles Coop)||2:31:52|
|39||Jonathan Wheaton (DCMTB)||2:33:32|
|40||Neil Reitzel (Revolution Cycles)||2:46:48|
|41||Andy Neal (Paleo Lengua)||2:48:53|
|42||Jeremy Pugh (Phat Nancy Sublime Brewing Family)||2:53:51|
|43||Craig Foster (Phat Nancy Sublime Brewing Family)||2:54:18|
|44||Josh Hepler (KIR)||2:57:20|
|45||Albert Greene (DCMTB)||3:02:42|
|46||Brandon Davis (Racing 4 Kids Foundation/Window Gang)||3:03:55|
|47||Clay Chiles (Life Cycles)||3:05:35|
|48||Dave Bisers (Tensegrity PT)||3:14:42|
|49||James Rhew (SOFa Racing)||3:25:53|
|50||Bill Rider (Carytown Bike Co.)||3:27:26|
|51||John Powers (Bull City Cycling)||3:31:12|
|52||Shane Cusick (Bike Walk VA / Stijl Cycles)||3:31:45|
|53||Larry Camp (Michaux Green)||3:47:29|
|54||Brian Gillies (runjohnrun.net)||3:48:34|
|55||Kris Piemonte (Luv Cycles)||4:09:41|
|56||Billy Raynor (Racing 4 Kids Foundation/ Window Gang)||4:12:59|
|57||Zachary Slaybaugh (Bones Brews & Gears)||4:33:56|
|58||George Hollerbach (Newtown Bike)||4:35:57|
|59||Matt Briskie (Gyros Race Team Flying Monkeys)||4:45:46|
|60||Jay Lundi (N/A)||5:29:21|
|61||Daniel Leggett (WNR)||5:29:50|
|62||James Haskins (TFKT-Trips for Kids)||5:32:27|
|63||Nathan Shearer (lone wolf)||5:44:06|
|64||Alec Thurman (CRACKPIPE)||5:47:07|
|65||Mike Lesondak (Team Dorks On Wheels)||7:00:48|
|66||Steve Bourque (Log PoSS Mene)||7:00:49|
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Doug Andrews (GeoLadders.com)||8:06:48|
|2||Rob Herriman (TREK 29ER CREW/WSC/ACFSTORES.COM)||0:30:06|
|3||Roger Masse (Trek 29er Crew)||0:42:28|
|5||Bill Nagel (Guy's Bicycles Racing Club)||1:34:31|
|6||Paul VanKooten (Motor Mile)||1:38:18|
|7||Jim Frith (Cycles de oro GVC)||1:49:20|
|8||John Williams (Bike Line)||2:04:04|
|9||Denis Chazelle (Z-Adventures)||2:05:41|
|10||Jim Matthews (The Bicycle Shop/ MBR)||2:30:25|
|11||Scott Davis (Scottie D)||2:30:42|
|12||John Wyrick (Team Brad/Biowheels)||2:53:10|
|13||Jody Bailey (Hefler Performance Coaching)||2:58:50|
|14||Bruce Jones (Independent Farbrication)||3:04:28|
|15||Francois Amyot (Club Mont Sainte-Anne)||3:11:24|
|16||James Deschaine (Family Bike)||3:29:24|
|17||Jim Wilson (Team CF)||3:31:30|
|18||Gerry McCuaig (Deadgoat Racing)||3:52:03|
|19||Dennis Murphy (Founder's Alger Racing)||4:07:14|
|21||Jon Sundquist (WNYMBA)||4:13:11|
|22||Paul Foster (Team Hitarock)||4:18:34|
|23||Steve Toorongian (Pearl St. Grill & Brewery)||4:20:37|
|24||Daniel Mahlmann (Genon Energy LLC)||4:29:02|
|25||Michael Foster (Me Myself & I)||4:43:44|
|26||David Witt (Rusticman Racing)||4:47:59|
|27||Dennis Scanlon (Guy's Bicycles Racing Club)||4:48:22|
|29||Gary Frank (Pedal Dam it)||5:28:25|
|30||Stephen Miller (OCRiders.com)||5:53:27|
|33||Brown Sharp (DCMTB)||6:49:49|
|34||Robert Travers (Hampton)||7:31:51|
|35||Eddy Clark (Powered by Freedom)||7:36:02|
|36||Jeffrey Henke (Riverside Medical Group)||7:40:16|
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