Travis McCabe and Lizzie Willaims win Stillwater Criteriums

The legendary Stillwater Criterium lived up to its reputation as one of the hardest races in the United States on Sunday. Attacks flew as the racers went up Chilkoot Hill, which features a 24-degree grade to the finish line. Put under pressure in the final laps, Canadian Ryan Anderson prevailed to win the overall at the North Star Grand Prix, the fourth title in a row for his Optum team. Anderson finished strong by taking third on the sixth and final stage and claimed his first USA Cycling National Racing Calendar overall stage victory.

“I was glad I was able to be good to finish because the guys rode so well. From day one, the first criterium, we took responsibility for the race and the guys rode pretty much all week.” Anderson said. “For our team it's a really important race because most of our partners are from the area. I've had a bit of a bumpy year, I've had some success but I've also had some downs this year so to get this win is really motivating for me going forwards with the rest of the year.”

Luis Amaran (Jamis-Hagens Berman) finished second overall, 16 seconds down while Anderson's teammate Jesse Anthony was third, a further four seconds down.

Travis McCabe of Team SmartStop put in a blistering attack with three laps to go to take the stage win with the field breathing down his neck.

“I just went for it, I looked back on the second lap and I had15 to 20 seconds gap and I knew that Optum was content in letting someone like me go and they were just really watching Amaran. So I just put my head down, raced aggressive and stayed away. I couldn't hear anything, the crowd was loud, everyone was just roaring, it was so awesome.” McCabe said. “I looked back halfway up the climb and they're charging, I look up at the board and see zero laps and so at that point, I just sprinted with whatever I had left out of pure fear and kept it to the line. It's really exciting, it's a great win for the team, we've had an awesome year.”

The chasing riders caught McCabe at the line. Belgian Gerry Druyts of Team3M was second on the stage.

Both Anderson and McCabe loved the cheering fans that lined the climb. “It was so loud in the beginning, it was hard to keep calm and not get too excited because there was so much cheering, it was so motivating.” Anderson commented.

“It's such an awesome race,” noted McCabe. “Being able to have everyone there and cheering for you, it really gives this vibe of excitement and really puts you on another level for racing so it's fantastic.

As the sun came out after a rainy morning, the riders lined up at the bottom of Chilkoot Hill for 28 laps of pain. The front of the race shuffled and re-shuffled under constant attacking. Seventh overall and 43 seconds down in the general classification, Ben Jacques-Maynes (Jamis-Hagens Berman) escaped early to put pressure on Anderson. Also off the front were Tom Devriendt (Team 3M), Ben Frederick (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite), Coulton Hartrich (SeaSucker/Guttenplan Coaching), Gabriel Baca (Elbowz Racing) and Michael Olheiser (Incycle-Predator Components).

Behind the Optum Team lined up at the front of the stretched out field, controlling the pace and keeping the gap to less than 30 seconds. With six laps to go, Ian Crane (Jamis-Hagens Berman) counter-attacked when his teammate was reeled back. Sensing the pressure, riders swarmed the front of the field and Optum lost control for less than two laps.

“I got a little concerned about six laps to go. That’s when Ian Crane hit out and that put us under a little pressure, and Jesse jumped on him right away but he went on the climb to put the guys that were riding earlier under pressure. Thankfully, the three guys that were riding early in the day did a fantastic job.” explained Anderson. “Once Tom came back, then at three to go I felt that we were in a good position, between six and three were a little bit stressful.”

McCabe followed the team plan and launched himself up the climb with three laps to go. “The whole team was disappointed with the way it played out on the second day so we were just out for stage wins and to race aggressively. I was always at the front, riding the waves, staying in the wind and keying off of Jamis mostly and with four laps to go or three, Amaran attacked and pretty much blew the field up, there was five of us that stayed with him. Right after the hill, on the next little climb, everyone sat up and there was a lull and I knew that everyone was hurting so I figured just to go and not look back. I attacked up and over that, and spent the downhill recovering, going hard on the climbs.”

Amaran put in one more attack the final time up the climb but could not drop Anderson.

Anderson added, “The pressure was just on over the top, Tom was really good here and Jesse, we all stayed together and then Tom pretty much rode the last lap and I slotted in. At first I was sitting behind Amaran but then I decided to get back with the guys and they brought me safely through here [last turn before climb]. Amaran went from the bottom but I was good enough to hang on.”

The Optum team won the overall team classification with three riders in the top five of the general classification.

Eric Marcotte (Team SmartStop) retained the green Xcel Energy Sprinter jersey and Fabio Calabria (Horizon Organic/Einstein Bros) took the Sports Beans King of the Hills. Finishing only six seconds down on the stage put Orlando Garibay (Incycle-Predator Components) in the white TRIA Orthopedic Center Best Young Rider jersey and Hartrich in the green North Star Top Amateur jersey. Devriendt was awarded the red Penn Cycle Most Aggressive Rider jersey.

Small seals her overall win of the North Star Grand Prix as Williams wins Stillwater Criterium from a solo break

Lizzie Williams (Vanderkitten) made her bold solo move with six laps to go out of the 14-lap circuit and held her lead to win the Stillwater Criterium. 

Behind her was the battle for the general classification. Leah Kirchmann (Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies) and Alison Powers (UnitedHealthcare) were both 14 seconds behind Carmen Small (Specialized-lululemon) coming into the stage. Powers attacked in the final lap, nearly closing down the gap to Williams, and finished second on the stage but it was not enough to put her in the overall lead. Small finished two seconds behind Powers for third on the stage, and Kirchmann finished a 12 seconds behind Small for fourth on the stage.

Attacks from UnitedHealthcare, Team Optum, and Team TIBCO came from the start, with the lap pace quickening as the attacks and counter attacks increased. 

UnitedHealthcare was determined to make the other teams chase. Lauren Tamayo, Rushlee Buchanan, and Sharon Laws saw solo breakaways. Buchanon’s breakaway lasted two laps before being brought back, while Laws was away for one lap on her own before being joined by Tayler Wiles (Specialized-lululemon) when Wiles attacked up Chilkoot Hill, with its average 18% grade, to claim Queen of the Mountains points ahead of Laws. 

It was this duo that Williams bridged up to before launching her solo attack. “In my head, I wanted to go at four laps to go,” said Williams. “That break went away and I bridged across, it was just a split second that they eased up, and I just kept going. I got a gap so it was just like a tempo ride, a time trial. The crowd just helped me along so much each time I went up the hill.”

While Williams was up the road, a small group of five containing Laws, Ally Stacher (Specialized-lululemon), Jade Wilcoxson (Team Optum), Jo Kiesanowski (Team TIBCO),  and Flavia Oliveira (FCS|Zngine p/b Mr. Restore) were on the chase. 

With three laps to go Williams had opened up a gap of over 40 seconds.

“I honestly didn’t know that Lizzie was up the road,” laughed Powers. “I stuck to our team’s plan, and I heard someone say ‘42 seconds’. What? Someone’s up the road?”

That’s when a chase ensued that quickly brought down the time gap as both Specialized-lululemon and Team Optum strung out what was left of the fewer than 20 riders left on course. 

With just under two laps to go Kirchmann made her move for the general classification. She and teammate Denise Ramsden headed up Chilkoot Hill with a slight advantage over the group containing Small and Powers. The duo were caught by the top of the hill. 

Powers launched her attack after the top of Chilkoot Hill.

“With just under one to go, I could see Tayler was fading a bit, and so that’s when I attacked,” said Powers. “Unfortunately, Carmen was just a little too strong. I couldn’t get away from her on the last lap, so kudos to her and her team. My entire team gave everything they had, every single person. We tried, we didn’t quite get it, but it was a good team effort.

”We wanted to either win or go down trying.“

”They did a really good job of attacking me in the last two laps,“ said Small.  ”I wanted to die a thousand deaths, just hold on for dear life. I’m really lucky the girls are so great because I couldn’t have won this race without them. Especially going against UnitedHealthcare and Optum, they both have really strong girls. The girls rode out of their minds today.“

Kelly Catlin (Kakookies Collegiate All-Stars) was the day’s top placed amateur and the only amateur who finished the race without receiving a pro-rated time, extending her lead in the amateur jersey to over 17 minutes. 

The Collegiate All Stars program is designed to give riders a well rounded experience of what it’s like to be on a professional team, from providing technical and physical support in the form of mechanics and a masseuse, to skills development and encouragement. 

”Stillwater was a lot of fun,“ said Catlin, who has a double major in bio-mechanical engineering and Chinese with a minor in music at the University of Minnesota. ”It was a really good experience to measure up against the pros. I feel a little more confident now. I feel like if I wanted to go pro I could possibly do it. I’ll try to manage with collegiate cycling for the first few years and see how that goes it goes from there.“

The North Star Grand Prix features the Carla Swart jersey, a jersey of recognition given to the rider who sacrifices the most for her team as voted on by other members of the peloton. This year’s jersey recipient was Joy McCulloch (KHS-Maxxis p/b JAKROO). According to several riders, Joy ”did not care about her time and was worried about the rider on the ground after the crash we were involved in on Friday night. She raced well and fought strong. She represents this sport at it’s highest level.“

Coryn Rivera (UnitedHealthcare) had her Xcel Energy Sprint Competition Jersey on lock, coming into stage 6 with enough points to keep her lead even if she didn’t gain any more sprint points.

Wiles secured her Jelly Belly Queen of the Mountains by collecting an additional eight points on the stage.

The Penn Cycle’s Most Aggressive Rider jersey was given to Williams for her impressive solo ride. 

 

Full Results

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Men stage 6 results
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Travis McCabe (SmartStop)1:20:30
2Gerry Druyts (Team3M)Row 1 - Cell 2
3Ryan Anderson (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 2 - Cell 2
4Tom Devriendt (Team3M)Row 3 - Cell 2
5Chris Winn (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Steve Fisher (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)Row 5 - Cell 2
7Luis Amaran (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)Row 6 - Cell 2
8Ben Frederick (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)Row 7 - Cell 2
9Ian Crane (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)Row 8 - Cell 2
10Jesse Anthony (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Erik Slack (Canyon Bicycles- Shimano)Row 10 - Cell 2
12Tom Zirbel (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:06
13Heath Blackgrove (Boneshaker D1 Racing)Row 12 - Cell 2
14Stefano Barberi (California Giant/Specialized)Row 13 - Cell 2
15Coulton Hartrich (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)Row 14 - Cell 2
16Andrew Dahlheim (Athlete Octane Cycling)Row 15 - Cell 2
17Fabio Calabria (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)Row 16 - Cell 2
18Orlando Garibay (Incycle-Predator Components)Row 17 - Cell 2
19Jeremy Powers (ELBOWZ Racing)0:00:16
20Michael Olheiser (Incycle-Predator Components)0:00:51
21Carson Lange (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:00:53
22Ben Jacques-Maynes (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)Row 21 - Cell 2
23Morgan Schmitt (Canyon Bicycles- Shimano)0:00:58
24Juan Jose Haedo (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)0:01:06
25Stefan Rothe (ELBOWZ Racing)0:01:26
26Tobin Ortenblad (California Giant/Specialized)Row 25 - Cell 2
27Tristan Uhl (ELBOWZ Racing)Row 26 - Cell 2
28Nicholas Torraca (Boneshaker D1 Racing)Row 27 - Cell 2
29Peter Olejniczak (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)Row 28 - Cell 2
30David Santos (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)Row 29 - Cell 2
31Mac Cassin (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)Row 30 - Cell 2
32Jonathan Toftoy (Twin Six/Revolution Cycles)Row 31 - Cell 2
33Ben Fogle (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)Row 32 - Cell 2
34Johnathan Freter (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)0:01:35
35Michael Vingerling (Team3M)0:01:38
36Derek Schanze (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)0:01:49
37Luis Lemus Davila (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)Row 36 - Cell 2
38Josh Johnson (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:01:52
39Scott Zwizanski (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:01:56
40Michael Sheehan (Boneshaker D1 Racing)Row 39 - Cell 2
41Zack Allison (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)0:02:03
42Peter Disera (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:02:13
43Adam Myerson (SmartStop)0:02:23
44Josh Johnson (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:03:48
45Fabrizio Von Nacher (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:04:05
46Flavio Alejandro (SmartStop)Row 45 - Cell 2
47Travis Livermon (SmartStop)0:08:31
48Ben Wolfe (California Giant/Specialized)0:08:50
49Griffin Easter (Airgas Cycling)0:09:17
50Zack Noonan (Airgas Cycling)Row 49 - Cell 2
51Chris Stastny (Canyon Bicycles- Shimano)0:09:31
52Eric Marcotte (SmartStop)0:09:44
53Emerson Oronte (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)Row 52 - Cell 2
54Timothy Stevens (Team3M)Row 53 - Cell 2
55Jacob Arnold (Incycle-Predator Components)Row 54 - Cell 2
56Alex Candelario (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:10:13
57Patrick Kos (Airgas Cycling)0:10:46
58Anton Varabei (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:12:06
59Nick Coil (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)Row 58 - Cell 2
60Brian McCulloch (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)Row 59 - Cell 2
61Steven Davis (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)Row 60 - Cell 2
62Stephan Hirsch (Bissell-ABG-Giant)Row 61 - Cell 2
63Tony Olson (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)Row 62 - Cell 2
64Tyler Brandt (BMW Development Team)Row 63 - Cell 2
65Stef VanZummeren (Team3M)Row 64 - Cell 2
66Gabriel Baca (ELBOWZ Racing)Row 65 - Cell 2
67Christophe Sleurs (Team3M)Row 66 - Cell 2
68Andrew Buntz (Credite Velo - Trek)0:12:54
69Kevin Gottlieb (Airgas Cycling)0:14:50
70Tim Savre (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:16:12
71Brad Neagos (Bissell-ABG-Giant)Row 70 - Cell 2
72Gregory Ratzell (Airgas Cycling)Row 71 - Cell 2
73Aaron Beebe (Bissell-ABG-Giant)Row 72 - Cell 2
74Levon Kalemkiarian (Twin Six/Revolution Cycles)Row 73 - Cell 2
75Chris Yotter (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)Row 74 - Cell 2
76Tyler Coplea (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)Row 75 - Cell 2
77Shawn D'Aurelio (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)Row 76 - Cell 2
78Kit Recca (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)Row 77 - Cell 2
79Mac Brennan (Bissell-ABG-Giant)Row 78 - Cell 2
80Kevin Massicotte (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)Row 79 - Cell 2
81Corentin Cherhal (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 80 - Cell 2
82Andel Dickey (California Giant/Specialized)Row 81 - Cell 2
83Matt Zimmer (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:17:44
84Gerd deKeijzer (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 83 - Cell 2
85Simon Strobel (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 84 - Cell 2
86Brandon Etzl (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)Row 85 - Cell 2
87David Guttenplan (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)Row 86 - Cell 2
88Brian Ellison (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)Row 87 - Cell 2
89Devin Clark (Athlete Octane Cycling)0:19:36
90Dennis Ramirez (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)Row 89 - Cell 2
91Kennett Peterson (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)Row 90 - Cell 2
92Eric Losak (BMW Development Team)0:21:58
93Garrick Valverde (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)Row 92 - Cell 2
94Pierre Louis Verot (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 93 - Cell 2
95Benny Swedberg (California Giant/Specialized)Row 94 - Cell 2
96Mat Stephens (Boneshaker D1 Racing)Row 95 - Cell 2
97Connor McCutcheon (Airgas Cycling)Row 96 - Cell 2
98Tristin Bentzler (Twin Six/Revolution Cycles)0:24:59
99Brett Kielick (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)Row 98 - Cell 2
100Rene Corella (BMW Development Team)Row 99 - Cell 2
101Brant Speed (ELBOWZ Racing)Row 100 - Cell 2
102Stephen Welsh (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)Row 101 - Cell 2
103James Glasspool (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 102 - Cell 2
104Daniel Katz (BMW Development Team)Row 103 - Cell 2
105Colton Barrett (Athlete Octane Cycling)Row 104 - Cell 2
106Nathaniel Beams (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)Row 105 - Cell 2
107Emile Abraham (Incycle-Predator Components)0:29:00
108Matt Schaupp (BMW Development Team)Row 107 - Cell 2
109Caleb Fuchs (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)Row 108 - Cell 2
DNFWilliam Routley (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 109 - Cell 2
DNFRuben Companioni (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)Row 110 - Cell 2
DNFSean Mazich (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)Row 111 - Cell 2
DNFFreddie Rodriguez (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)Row 112 - Cell 2
DNFChad Hartley (Athlete Octane Cycling)Row 113 - Cell 2
DNFSergio Escutia (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)Row 114 - Cell 2
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Sprints - Sprint 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Coulton Hartrich (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)5pts
2Sean Mazich (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)3Row 1 - Cell 3
3Griffin Easter (Airgas Cycling)1Row 2 - Cell 3
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Sprint 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Ben Frederick (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)5pts
2Ben Jacques-Maynes (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)3Row 1 - Cell 3
3Scott Zwizanski (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)1Row 2 - Cell 3
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Sprint 3
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Tom Devriendt (Team3M)5pts
2Tristan Uhl (ELBOWZ Racing)3Row 1 - Cell 3
3Ben Jacques-Maynes (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)1Row 2 - Cell 3
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Young rider stage
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Orlando Garibay (Incycle-Predator Components)1:20:36
2Carson Lange (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:00:47
3Tobin Ortenblad (California Giant/Specialized)0:01:20
4Nicholas Torraca (Boneshaker D1 Racing)Row 3 - Cell 2
5Peter Olejniczak (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Johnathan Freter (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)0:01:29
7Luis Lemus Davila (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)0:01:43
8Josh Johnson (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:01:46
9Michael Sheehan (Boneshaker D1 Racing)0:01:50
10Peter Disera (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:02:07
11Josh Johnson (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:03:42
12Fabrizio Von Nacher (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:03:59
13Ben Wolfe (California Giant/Specialized)0:08:44
14Zack Noonan (Airgas Cycling)0:09:11
15Jacob Arnold (Incycle-Predator Components)0:09:38
16Tim Savre (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:16:06
17Gregory Ratzell (Airgas Cycling)Row 16 - Cell 2
18Tyler Coplea (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)Row 17 - Cell 2
19Corentin Cherhal (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 18 - Cell 2
20Andel Dickey (California Giant/Specialized)Row 19 - Cell 2
21Matt Zimmer (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:17:38
22Gerd deKeijzer (Team Novo Nordisk Development)Row 21 - Cell 2
23Brandon Etzl (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)Row 22 - Cell 2
24Dennis Ramirez (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:19:30
25Benny Swedberg (California Giant/Specialized)0:21:52
26Stephen Welsh (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)0:24:53
27Nathaniel Beams (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)Row 26 - Cell 2
28Matt Schaupp (BMW Development Team)0:28:54
29Caleb Fuchs (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)Row 28 - Cell 2
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Teams
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies4:01:36
2Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home0:00:47
3Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros0:01:26
4Team3M0:01:32
5ELBOWZ Racing0:03:02
6Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis0:03:18
7Boneshaker D1 Racing0:03:22
8SmartStop0:06:22
9California Giant/Specialized0:10:16
10Canyon Bicycles- Shimano0:10:23
11Incycle-Predator Components0:10:35
12KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO0:17:31
13Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek0:18:51
14SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching0:19:33
15Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite0:26:19
16Airgas Cycling0:29:14
17Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance0:29:38
18Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team0:30:25
19Bissell-ABG-Giant0:32:00
20Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores0:36:01
21Twin Six/Revolution Cycles0:42:31
22Athlete Octane Cycling0:44:35
23Team Novo Nordisk Development0:51:34
24BMW Development Team0:58:57
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Points classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Eric Marcotte (SmartStop)39pts
2Tom Devriendt (Team3M)29Row 1 - Cell 3
3Ian Crane (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)22Row 2 - Cell 3
4David Guttenplan (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)20Row 3 - Cell 3
5Ryan Anderson (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)16Row 4 - Cell 3
6Tobin Ortenblad (California Giant/Specialized)14Row 5 - Cell 3
7Timothy Stevens (Team3M)12Row 6 - Cell 3
8Luis Amaran (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)10Row 7 - Cell 3
9Fabio Calabria (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)9Row 8 - Cell 3
10Stefano Barberi (California Giant/Specialized)9Row 9 - Cell 3
11Heath Blackgrove (Boneshaker D1 Racing)8Row 10 - Cell 3
12Griffin Easter (Airgas Cycling)8Row 11 - Cell 3
13Travis McCabe (SmartStop)7Row 12 - Cell 3
14Juan Jose Haedo (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)7Row 13 - Cell 3
15David Santos (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)7Row 14 - Cell 3
16Ben Frederick (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)5Row 15 - Cell 3
17Coulton Hartrich (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)5Row 16 - Cell 3
18Ben Jacques-Maynes (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)4Row 17 - Cell 3
19Jesse Anthony (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)3Row 18 - Cell 3
20Andrew Dahlheim (Athlete Octane Cycling)3Row 19 - Cell 3
21Gabriel Baca (ELBOWZ Racing)3Row 20 - Cell 3
22Tristan Uhl (ELBOWZ Racing)3Row 21 - Cell 3
23Gerry Druyts (Team3M)2Row 22 - Cell 3
24Tom Zirbel (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)1Row 23 - Cell 3
25Scott Zwizanski (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)1Row 24 - Cell 3
26Michael Sheehan (Boneshaker D1 Racing)1Row 25 - Cell 3
27Adam Myerson (SmartStop)1Row 26 - Cell 3
28Brant Speed1Row 27 - Cell 3
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Final classification men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ryan Anderson (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)11:26:09
2Luis Amaran (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)0:00:16
3Jesse Anthony (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:20
4Heath Blackgrove (Boneshaker D1 Racing)0:00:23
5Tom Zirbel (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:00:27
6Ian Crane (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)0:00:34
7Stefano Barberi (California Giant/Specialized)0:01:05
8Gerry Druyts (Team3M)0:01:31
9Ben Jacques-Maynes (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)0:01:36
10Juan Jose Haedo (Jamis Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home)0:02:02
11Travis McCabe (SmartStop)0:04:31
12Fabio Calabria (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)0:04:41
13Coulton Hartrich (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)0:04:48
14Erik Slack (Canyon Bicycles- Shimano)0:04:57
15Ben Frederick (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)0:05:00
16Orlando Garibay (Incycle-Predator Components)0:05:13
17Michael Olheiser (Incycle-Predator Components)0:05:28
18Tom Devriendt (Team3M)0:05:34
19David Santos (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:05:36
20Michael Vingerling (Team3M)0:06:29
21Zack Allison (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)0:06:54
22Scott Zwizanski (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:07:21
23Steve Fisher (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)0:07:25
24Jeremy Powers (ELBOWZ Racing)0:07:49
25Johnathan Freter (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)0:09:03
26Fabrizio Von Nacher (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:09:32
27Peter Olejniczak (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:09:55
28Luis Lemus Davila (Jelly Belly P/B Maxxis)0:10:08
29Adam Myerson (SmartStop)0:10:25
30Alex Candelario (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:11:14
31Andrew Dahlheim (Athlete Octane Cycling)0:11:21
32Chris Winn (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)0:11:40
33Morgan Schmitt (Canyon Bicycles- Shimano)0:12:34
34Tobin Ortenblad (California Giant/Specialized)0:12:37
35Jonathan Toftoy (Twin Six/Revolution Cycles)0:12:57
36Carson Lange (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:13:32
37Ben Wolfe (California Giant/Specialized)0:13:49
38Zack Noonan (Airgas Cycling)0:14:17
39Peter Disera (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:14:55
40Tristan Uhl (ELBOWZ Racing)0:15:24
41Derek Schanze (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)0:15:29
42Nicholas Torraca (Boneshaker D1 Racing)0:15:30
43Mac Cassin (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)0:16:25
44Stefan Rothe (ELBOWZ Racing)0:17:02
45Christophe Sleurs (Team3M)0:17:05
46Stef VanZummeren (Team3M)Row 45 - Cell 2
47Emerson Oronte (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)0:17:12
48Flavio Alejandro (SmartStop)0:17:37
49Patrick Kos (Airgas Cycling)0:17:49
50Timothy Stevens (Team3M)0:19:28
51Eric Marcotte (SmartStop)0:19:30
52Travis Livermon (SmartStop)0:20:02
53Josh Johnson (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:21:25
54Mac Brennan (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:22:27
55Jacob Arnold (Incycle-Predator Components)0:23:32
56Tyler Brandt (BMW Development Team)0:24:31
57Kennett Peterson (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)0:24:38
58Brian McCulloch (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:24:40
59Gregory Ratzell (Airgas Cycling)0:25:53
60Stephan Hirsch (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:25:59
61Griffin Easter (Airgas Cycling)0:26:20
62Ben Fogle (Kelly Benefit Strategies Elite)0:26:41
63Andrew Buntz (Credite Velo - Trek)0:27:00
64Michael Sheehan (Boneshaker D1 Racing)0:27:15
65Tyler Coplea (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:28:24
66Gabriel Baca (ELBOWZ Racing)0:28:34
67Kevin Gottlieb (Airgas Cycling)0:28:51
68Anton Varabei (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:28:52
69Kevin Massicotte (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:29:05
70Steven Davis (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:29:48
71Chris Yotter (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:29:58
72Mat Stephens (Boneshaker D1 Racing)0:30:02
73Brad Neagos (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:30:09
74Corentin Cherhal (Team Novo Nordisk Development)0:30:23
75Tony Olson (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:32:29
76David Guttenplan (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)0:33:55
77Kit Recca (Horizon Organic / Einstein Bros)0:34:10
78Shawn D'Aurelio (KHS-Maxxis-JAKROO)0:34:15
79Brandon Etzl (Jet Fuel Coffee-Norco Bicycles cycling team)0:35:32
80Pierre Louis Verot (Team Novo Nordisk Development)0:35:37
81Levon Kalemkiarian (Twin Six/Revolution Cycles)0:35:57
82Matt Zimmer (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:36:19
83Chris Stastny (Canyon Bicycles- Shimano)0:37:03
84James Glasspool (Team Novo Nordisk Development)0:37:51
85Nathaniel Beams (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)0:40:24
86Nick Coil (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)0:40:29
87Andel Dickey (California Giant/Specialized)0:40:58
88Brant Speed (ELBOWZ Racing)0:41:56
89Benny Swedberg (California Giant/Specialized)0:42:02
90Aaron Beebe (Bissell-ABG-Giant)0:42:21
91Daniel Katz (BMW Development Team)0:42:34
92Josh Johnson (Gateway Harley Davidson / Trek)0:42:53
93Rene Corella (BMW Development Team)0:43:34
94Simon Strobel (Team Novo Nordisk Development)0:44:14
95Devin Clark (Athlete Octane Cycling)0:46:24
96Emile Abraham (Incycle-Predator Components)0:49:10
97Tristin Bentzler (Twin Six/Revolution Cycles)0:52:31
98Garrick Valverde (Think Finance p/b Trek Bike Stores)0:54:21
99Brian Ellison (Mitsubishi Laser Grand Performance)0:55:01
100Stephen Welsh (SeaSucker / Guttenplan Coaching)0:55:55
101Connor McCutcheon (Airgas Cycling)0:58:24