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Hyde wins Cycle-Smart International day 1

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Hyde wins, Craig second, and Timmerman third. Hyde was generous enough to share the podium cookie, baked by JAM Fund racer and Elite podium finisher Ellen Noble

Hyde wins, Craig second, and Timmerman third. Hyde was generous enough to share the podium cookie, baked by JAM Fund racer and Elite podium finisher Ellen Noble
(Image credit: Todd Prekaski)
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Hyde was one of the few racers to ride the pro only section cleanly every time

Hyde was one of the few racers to ride the pro only section cleanly every time
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Myerson, smooth through challenging, slick turns

Myerson, smooth through challenging, slick turns
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Hyde with a calm and collected ride today, finishing more than thirty seconds ahead of second place

Hyde with a calm and collected ride today, finishing more than thirty seconds ahead of second place
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Hyde swapped bikes frequently in an effort to cope with the muddy conditions

Hyde swapped bikes frequently in an effort to cope with the muddy conditions
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JAM Fund rider Scott Smith moved into the lead in the U23 Elite Men's competition today

JAM Fund rider Scott Smith moved into the lead in the U23 Elite Men's competition today
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Durrin had a great ride today, taking seventh place

Durrin had a great ride today, taking seventh place
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A muddy Wells and Myerson duke it out in the chase group

A muddy Wells and Myerson duke it out in the chase group
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Wells in the red, maintaining his fourth place position out on course.

Wells in the red, maintaining his fourth place position out on course.
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Timmerman flies through the barriers, attempting to reel back Hyde

Timmerman flies through the barriers, attempting to reel back Hyde
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Hyde rode solo from the whistle today, keeping top speeds while still riding a smooth race

Hyde rode solo from the whistle today, keeping top speeds while still riding a smooth race
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Adam Craig handling the tricky course conditions

Adam Craig handling the tricky course conditions
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Elite Men take to the course

Elite Men take to the course
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Todd Wells checks on his tubeless setup with the crew at the Stan's NoTubes tent

Todd Wells checks on his tubeless setup with the crew at the Stan's NoTubes tent
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Hyde wins, Craig second, and Timmerman third.

Hyde wins, Craig second, and Timmerman third.
(Image credit: Todd Prekaski)

Stephen Hyde (Jam Fund/NCC) soloed to victory on the opening day of the Cycle-Smart International, putting in an impressive start to finish attack to take the victory by 43 seconds on Adam Craig (Giant) and Dan Timmerman (House Industries/Simple Human/RIchard Sachs.

Hyde held off the chase by Timmerman, Craig, Jake Wells (Stan's NoTubes Elite CX), race founder Adam Myerson (Cycle-Smart), Jeremy Durrin (Team Neon Velo), and Jerome Townsend (Joe's Garage p/b BikeReg.com) in the early laps. And while Timmerman and Craig escaped the larger chase group to battle for podium spots, Hyde continued to increase his lead.

Craig used his handling skills to leave Timmerman behind, as Wells hovered a few seconds back. Craig cruised across the line in second, and Timmerman rounded out the podium. Wells rode through for fourth as the remaining chasers hit the finishing stretch all together. Townsend got Myerson right at the line in the sprint for fifth.

With the points earned in his podium finish, Timmerman claims the Verge New England Cyclocross Series Elite Men's lead, while Scott Smith (JAM Fund/NCC) took the U23 Elite Men's lead.

Full Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Stephen Hyde (USA) JAM Fund / NCC0:59:54
2Adam Craig (USA) Giant Factory Off-Road Team0:00:43
3Dan Timmerman (USA) HOUSE INDUSTRIES/SIMPLEHUMAN/RICHAR0:00:52
4Jake Wells (USA) Stan's NoTubes Elite CX0:01:15
5Jerome Townsend (USA) Joe's Garage CX p/b BikeReg.com0:01:20
6Adam Myerson (USA) Cycle-Smart
7Jeremy Durrin (USA) Neon Velo Cycling Team0:01:25
8Dylan Mcnicholas (USA) POLARTEC0:01:27
9Christian Favata (USA) TRT BICYCLES0:01:32
10Anthony Clark (USA) JAM Fund / NCC0:01:55
11Hugo Robinson (GBr) Neon Velo0:02:29
12Daniel Chabanov (USA) HOUSE INDUSTRIES/SIMPLEHUMAN/RICHAR0:03:17
13Scott Smith (USA) Jam Fund / NCC0:03:24
14Joachim Parbo (Den) Challenge Tires0:03:34
15Josh Dillon (USA) Joe's Garage CX p/b BikeReg.com0:03:36
16Derrick St john (Can) TRP Factory Racing0:03:39
17Michael Garrigan (Can) Van Dessel/ Challenge/ POC0:03:49
18Kevin Noiles (Can) Voler/Steven's Creek B.M.W./HRS/Roc0:03:52
19Jack Kisseberth (USA) Tufts University0:04:29
20Nicholas Keough (USA) Keough Cyclocross0:04:42
21Michael Wissell (USA) Cuppow/Geekhouse/B2C20:04:48
22Erik Box (Can) Independent0:04:54
23Adam St. germain (USA) ENGVT - Specialized0:05:22
24Cody Lacosta (USA) High Gear cyclery/ Trek0:05:43
25Manny Goguen (USA) RACE CF | racecf.org @racecf0:05:54
26Kacey Campbell (USA) Hammer Nutrition0:05:57
27Cory Small (USA) UVM Cycling0:06:19
28Tim Ratta (USA) Expo wheelmen0:06:23
29Derek Hardinge (Can) Darkhorse Flyers0:06:26
30Colin Reuter (USA) crossresults.com0:06:29
31Jean-philippe Thibault-roberge (Can) Trek Cyclocross Collective0:06:38
32Alec Hoover (USA) Table Rock Tours0:07:00
33Thomas Sampson (USA) adigga racing0:07:21
34Cary Fridrich (USA) JRA CYCLES
35Joseph Clemenzi (USA) team POC+Ritte0:07:32
36Sean Pantellere (USA) STAMPEDE!0:07:36
37Jules Goguely (USA) Rhode Island School of Design0:08:11
38Ian Schon (USA) Cuppow/Geekhouse/B2C20:08:26
39Matthew Sousa (USA) Cuppow/Geekhouse/B2C20:08:44
40Adam Sullivan (USA) Grinta Cycling Team-3Laps
41Jesse Quagliaroli (USA) Expowheelmen-3Laps
42William Johnson (USA) Deluxe/No.22/Cadence-3Laps
43Charlie Schubert (USA) CUPPOW/Geekhouse/B2C2-3Laps
44Devin Wagner (USA) NYCROSS p/b Craft-3Laps
45David Devine (USA) unattached-3Laps
46Preston Buehrer (USA) B2C2 p/b Boloco-3Laps
47Joseph Near (USA) Massachusetts Institute of Technolo-3Laps
48Wil Etherington (Can) VERGE SPORT / UNOVELO-4Laps
49AJ Moran (USA) GREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar-4Laps
50Andrew Louiza (USA) Thump Cycling p/b Turin-4Laps
51John Eckert (USA) STAMPEDE-4Laps
52Ford Murphy (USA) B2C2 p/b Boloco-4Laps
53Aaron Oakes (USA) NYCROSS p/b Craft-5Laps
DNFTyler Berliner Joe's Garage p/b BikeReg.com
DNFJesse Keough Keough Cyclocross
DNFJohn Burns Burns Racing
DNFMark D'avino Toasted Head Racing/Cadence Cycling
DNFChristopher Merola Laughing Dog

 

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