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June 14/09 10:08 am - Nature Valley GP: Men's Stage 5 report and results


Posted by Editoress on 06/14/09
 

Amateurs Make Mankato Their Day in Nature Valley Grand Prix, Almost Upsetting Leaders

Report by James Lockwood

OUCH-Maxxis knew the fourth stage of the Nature Valley Grand Prix well, having won the course the previous two years in its former incarnation as Health Net.

Bissell Pro Cyling knew this course well, too, having lost the leader’s jersey last year on the course’s mile-long climb during the four laps of the finishing circuit.

So, each knew what to expect from the 92-mile Mankato Road Race. But what transpired surprised most people, turning the showdown between powerhouse North American teams into the amateur hour – or 3 hours and 30 minutes, as the case may be.

Winning one of the biggest races of his career was Wheel & Sprocket’s Andrew Crater, who, at 31, continues to race on an amateur team despite having a professional background. He, along with Chad Gerlach of Amore & Vita presented by Life Time Fitness-Velo Vie and Mike Nothey of Land Rover-Orbea benefitting the Lance Armstrong Foundation outlasted a breakaway of 14 riders to take the top three places in the stage.

It was a move that was initiated 14 miles into the race, and few thought it would go to the end.

“I didn’t know [if we could last],” Nothey said. “I thought we would get caught in the finishing circuit.”

Instead of being caught, the trio finished 17 seconds ahead of a charging pack that included all of the overall contenders, including the current leader, Bissell Pro Cycling’s Tom Zirbel, and his teammate Peter Latham; OUCH-Maxxis’ Rory Sutherland; Sebastian Haedo of Colavita-Sutter Home presented by Cooking Light; and a host of other riders from Jelly Belly Pro Cycling and Team Type 1.

Zirbel said losing only 17 seconds was good.

“We lucked out,” Zirbel said. “I didn’t think [the break] was going to come back.”

The break that everyone ended up talking about included – at its peak – 14 riders who had built a gap of eight minutes nearly halfway through the race. Zirbell said there seemed little motivation for anyone to initiate a chase, with all five major teams represented, including Jelly Belly’s Jeremy Powers, OUCH-Maxxis’ Tim Johnson, Bissell’s Cody O’Reilly and Kirk O’Bee, Colavita-Sutter Home’s Davide Frattini, and Team Type 1’s Aldo Ino Ilesic.

Not until Fort Collins, Colo., amateur team Ciclismo Racing decided they needed to take charge about 40-miles from the finishing circuit did the gap start to fall. Zirbel tipped his hat to Ciclismo’s work as well as CRCA/Empire Cycling Team presented by Northwave.

“It could have been so much worse,” the Bissell rider said. “The amateur teams went to the front and really brought that break back. We would not have had a chance to catch the break if they hadn’t worked.”

“Today, we really showed we could go up there and tide up front,” said Ciclismo’s Nick Frey, who entered the day leading the points for both the APC Best Young Rider Jersey and the Nature Valley Best Amateur Rider Jersey but lost both on the climb in Mankato.

“We were going really slow about mile 25,” he said. “We assessed who was in the break, and every major team was represented. I thought Colavita might move up for Haedo, but they weren’t willing to sit on the front.

“So, we decided to put two to three guys up front. Then we said, ‘Let’s everyone go to the front.’ We sat up there for 45 miles.”

The assumption was that the guys in the break would not have the energy to finish strong on the two-mile circuit.

“We knew the break was going to be fried going into the finishing circuit,” he said.

As it turned out, they weren’t fried enough.

It wasn’t the group of 14 who were in the break that entered the circuit, though. Instead, it was a more selective group of eight, and of them, it was only O’Bee and Ilesic who remained of the big teams. The group also included Nicholas Clayfield of HagensBermanCycling, Ben Raby of TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores, and Ty Stanfield of Kenda Pro Cycling presented by Spinergy.

It was Stanfield’s move at the fourh sprint line at mile 64 that created the split and drew out Gerlach, then O’Reilly, Nothey and Crater.

“I was just trying to get something going,” Kenda’s Stanfield said. “The break was going slow. I was hoping to get a little help, and Chad bridged up. Chad was like, ‘Attack the group. Attack the group.’”

It had not been the first move Stanfield had initiated. He and Clayfield had originally missed the move that formed the winning break. Together with local amateur Chris Doig of Flanders/Minnesota Bicycle Racing Club, the three worked over 12 miles to catch the leading 11.

While he ended up being caught by the chase in the finishing circuits, he finished 17 and earned the Freewheel Bike Most Aggressive Jersey, a target of the team’s coming into the stage.

That jersey could have easily gone to Gerlach. While working with Stanfield to push the pace after the sprint line, Gerlach attacked again at the 78-mile mark with Team Type 1’s Ilesic as they moved for the King of the Hill points. By mile 80 – 2.5 miles from the circuit – Gerlach had dropped Ilesic and moved 30 seconds ahead of the field.

“Today, I felt really good,” he said explaining his solo move. “Those guys just all started to look really slow when it got hilly. Once we were coming into town, it was really cool.”

However, he had never seen the hill in the circuit.

“The hill just hurt,” he said. “I really lost it the third time up the climb.”

It was the second time up that the chasing seven – with Gerlach just up the road – started to split. Nothey made his move, riding away from his fading breakway companions, and Crater dug deep to stay on his wheel.

“I couldn’t attack,” Crater said. “That guy was just going. It was all I could do to stay with him.”

“We were going really slow, or at least I thought,” Nothey said, explaining his move.

Nothey said he thought Gerlach had gone out too early – 10 miles from the finish – to be able to stay away. That spurred him on to catch the Amore & Vite/Life Time Fitness rider.

Once the three hooked up, Crater said it took both patience and pain to win the race.

“I knew I could beat [Nothey] in the sprint if I could stay with him,” Crater said.

“I didn’t want to slow way down and they have to jump,” Gerlach said of his tactics in the final lap. “I know that means I gave a lead-out to Crater.”

“I figured if I could jump in the second to the last turn, I could beat them,” the Wheel & Sprocket rider said.

Even then, the win almost slipped away from him, literally. Coming out of the last corner onto the finishing straight, Crater’s back wheel skipped out from underneath him, giving the rider a momentary scare.

“I figure, you are either going to crash, or you are going to win,” he said. “Today, I won.”

And, for another day, Bissell’s Zirbel took home the leader’s jersey.

“We decided to take a risk and say, ‘We believe in Kirk,’” he said. “All I had to do was follow Rory.

“It worked out in our favor. I didn’t have to work all day until the finishing circuit.”

“It was the plan that we didn’t want to ride tempo,” Bissell road director Eric Wohlberg said. “We wanted to just be in a position where we didn’t have to ride.”

While the team didn’t, Cody and Kirk did, and Wolhberg said that made the difference for the team.

“Cody and Kirk did a fantastic job today. They saved the day for us.”

Going into the final, sixth stage of the Nature Valley Grand Prix – the Stillwater Criterium featuring the infamous 18-percent-grade Chillkoot Hill – Zirbel maintains his seven-second lead over Sutherland and a 10-second lead over Haedo, while a scrum of 22 riders representing eight teams all are within a minute of the lead.

Stage 5 (June 13th): Mankato Road Race, 147.73km
1 Andrew Crater (Wheel & Sprocket) 3:34:47
2 Chad Gerlach (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness)
3 Mike Northey (Land Rover-Orbea) both s.t.
4 Philipp Mamos (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 0:10
5 Anthony Colby (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) s.t.
6 Richard England (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 0:16
7 Cody O'Reilly (Bissell Pro Cycling)
8 Volodymyr Starchyk (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness)
9 Rory Sutherland (OUCH Presented By Maxxis)
10 Ben Raby (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores)
11 Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light)
12 Bernard Van Ulden (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
13 Nicholas Clayville (HagensBermanCycling)
14 Tyler Wren (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light)
15 Mike Creed (Team Type 1)
16 Matthew Busche (IS Corp Cycling Team)
17 Tyler Stanfield (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy)
18 Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling) all s.t.
19 Kiel Reijnen (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 0:19
20 Stevie Cullinan (Team Waste Management)
21 Scott Stewart (Team Waste Management)
22 Will Routley (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
23 Jonathan Patrick Mc Carty (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) all s.t.
24 Jim Camut (Land Rover-Orbea) 0:22
25 Karl Menzies (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 0:27
26 Peter Latham (Bissell Pro Cycling)
27 Luis Romero Amaran (Cub) Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light)
28 Aldo Ino Ilesic (Team Type 1)
29 Joey Rosskopf (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com)
30 Thomas Soladay (Team Mountain Khakis)
31 Floyd Landis (OUCH Presented By Maxxis)
32 Jeremy Vennell (Bissell Pro Cycling)
33 Chris Winn (Nature Valley Cycling Team)
34 Josh Dillon (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) all s.t.
35 Alister Ratcliff (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 0:33
36 Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling) 0:36
37 John Murphy (OUCH Presented By Maxxis)
38 Timothy Johnson (OUCH Presented By Maxxis)
39 Chris Hall (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores)
40 Nicholas Coil (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores)
41 Ryan Parnes (Nature Valley Cycling Team)
42 Oscar Clark (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com)
43 Adam Bergman (Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team)
44 Robert Sweeting (Land Rover-Orbea)
45 John Eisinger (Ciclismo Racing)
46 Alejandro Alberto Borrajo (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) all s.t.
47 Alexander Hagman (Ciclismo Racing) 0:56
48 Nick Frey (Ciclismo Racing)
49 Aaron Barry Tuckerman (Land Rover-Orbea)
50 Keck Baker (Nature Valley Cycling Team)
51 Steve Tilford (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores)
52 Nick Reistad (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
53 Andy Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)
54 Ian Gray (Ciclismo Racing)
55 Jeremy Powers (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
56 Benjamin King (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) all s.t.
57 Bryan Mcvey (Richardson Bike Mart) 1:40
58 Chad Hartley (Team GEARGRINDER)
59 Rob White (Team GEARGRINDER)
60 Clayton Barrows (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave)
61 Kyle Wamsley (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light)
62 Jens Brabbit (GrandStay Hotels)
63 Micah Moran (GrandStay Hotels)
64 Lang Reynolds (HagensBermanCycling)
65 Andrew Talansky (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness)
66 Daniel Holt (Team Type 1)
67 Justin Lindine (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) all s.t.
68 Andrew Pinfold (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 2:03
69 Kevin Soller (Team Waste Management)
70 Anibal Andres Borrajo (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) both s.t.
71 Ken Hanson (Team Type 1) 2:28
72 Davide Frattini (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 2:49
73 Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling) 6:09
74 Matt Winstead (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) all s.t.
75 Zachariah Davies (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com) 8:24
76 Adam Froemming (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club)
77 Steve Scholzen (IS Corp Cycling Team)
78 Carson Miller (Land Rover-Orbea)
79 Patrick Caro (Nature Valley Cycling Team)
80 Pat Lemieux (Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team)
81 Robb Bush (Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team)
82 Thom Coupe (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) all s.t.
83 Eric Schildge (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 8:46
84 Scottie Weiss (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 9:00
85 Ian Stanford (GrandStay Hotels)
86 Michael Woell (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club)
87 David Guttenplan (Team Mountain Khakis) all s.t.
88 Adam Farabaugh (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 9:19
89 Gregg Brandt (Bianchi / Grand Performance)
90 Brian Koeneman (Wheel & Sprocket)
91 Christopher Daifuku (HagensBermanCycling) all s.t.
92 Kip Spaude (IS Corp Cycling Team) 9:34
93 Jason Short (Richardson Bike Mart)
94 James Stemper (Team GEARGRINDER) both s.t.
95 Ryan White (Team GEARGRINDER) 9:59
96 Bennet Van Der Genugte (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy)
97 Kirk O'Bee (Bissell Pro Cycling) both s.t.
98 Bryce Mead (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 12:22
99 Anthony Olson (Bianchi / Grand Performance)
100 Alex Wieseler (IS Corp Cycling Team)
101 William Stolte (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores)
102 Zack Stein (IS Corp Cycling Team)
103 Josh Bartlett (Land Rover-Orbea)
104 Charles Bradley Huff (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
105 Thomas Brown (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com)
106 Roman Kilun (OUCH Presented By Maxxis)
107 Yuri Metlushenko (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness)
108 Jonathan Clarke (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
109 Charles Coyle (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com)
110 Joe Eldridge (Team Type 1)
111 Cody Stevenson (Team Waste Management)
112 Sean Mazich (Team Waste Management)
113 Nick Keough (BikeReg.com / Cannondale)
114 Paul Esposti (Ciclismo Racing)
115 Mike Mathis (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave)
116 Sam Johnson (HagensBermanCycling)
117 James Stangeland (Nature Valley Cycling Team)
118 Matthew Johnson (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) all s.t.
119 David Zimmermann (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club) 13:13
120 Remi McManus (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy)
121 Evan Elken (Land Rover-Orbea)
122 Phil Mann (Ciclismo Racing) all s.t.
123 Andrew Minier (GrandStay Hotels) 14:08
124 Kennett Peterson (Wheel & Sprocket)
125 Spencer Beamer (Team Mountain Khakis)
126 Kyle Jacobson (IS Corp Cycling Team) all s.t.
127 Jonathan Parrish (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 14:17
128 Jake Hollenbach (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) 14:28
129 Aaron Johnson (HagensBermanCycling)
130 Dan Ajer (Wheel & Sprocket) 14:45
131 Benjamin Kneller (Ciclismo Racing)
132 Daniel Zmolik (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) both s.t.
133 Brad Cole (Ciclismo Racing) 27:39
134 Colt Trant (Richardson Bike Mart) 27:46
135 Chris Doig (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club) 29:03
136 Dave Hackworthy (Bianchi / Grand Performance) 29:51
DNF Jaime Gandara (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy)
 
GC
1 Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling) 8:18:06
2 Rory Sutherland (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) at 0:07
3 Lucas Sebastian Haedo (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 0:10
4 Mike Creed (Team Type 1) 0:22
5 Peter Latham (Bissell Pro Cycling) 0:23
6 Bernard Van Ulden (Jelly Belly Cycling Team)
7 Will Routley (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) both s.t.
8 Tyler Wren (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 0:26
9 Karl Menzies (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 0:31
10 Matthew Busche (IS Corp Cycling Team) 0:35
11 John Murphy (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 0:36
12 Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling) 0:40
13 Anthony Colby (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 0:42
14 Jeremy Vennell (Bissell Pro Cycling) 0:43
15 Luis Romero Amaran (Cub) Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) s.t.
16 Stevie Cullinan (Team Waste Management) 0:47
17 Alejandro Alberto Borrajo (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 0:48
18 Timothy Johnson (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 0:51
19 Mike Northey (Land Rover-Orbea) 0:58
20 Floyd Landis (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) s.t.
21 Josh Dillon (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 0:59
22 Jonathan Patrick Mc Carty (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 1:00
23 Robert Sweeting (Land Rover-Orbea) 1:05
24 Andy Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling) 1:06
25 Scott Stewart (Team Waste Management) 1:09
26 Philipp Mamos (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 1:11
27 Nick Frey (Ciclismo Racing) 1:13
28 Adam Bergman (Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team) 1:16
29 Thomas Soladay (Team Mountain Khakis) s.t.
30 Nicholas Clayville (HagensBermanCycling) 1:17
31 Kiel Reijnen (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 1:18
32 Joey Rosskopf (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com) s.t.
33 Volodymyr Starchyk (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 1:24
34 Nick Reistad (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 1:30
35 Richard England (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 1:31
36 Jeremy Powers (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) s.t.
37 Jim Camut (Land Rover-Orbea) 1:32
38 Aldo Ino Ilesic (Team Type 1) 1:33
39 Chris Winn (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 1:34
40 John Eisinger (Ciclismo Racing) 1:36
41 Keck Baker (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 1:41
42 Ryan Parnes (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 1:44
43 Chris Hall (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores) 1:53
44 Cody O'Reilly (Bissell Pro Cycling) 1:56
45 Clayton Barrows (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) 2:07
46 Andrew Crater (Wheel & Sprocket) 2:08
47 Oscar Clark (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com) 2:12
48 Nicholas Coil (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores) 2:19
49 Ian Gray (Ciclismo Racing) s.t.
50 Kevin Soller (Team Waste Management) 2:24
51 Andrew Pinfold (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 2:25
52 Steve Tilford (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores) 2:28
53 Alexander Hagman (Ciclismo Racing) s.t.
54 Ben Raby (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores) 2:29
55 Anibal Andres Borrajo (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 2:53
56 Rob White (Team GEARGRINDER) 3:03
57 Tyler Stanfield (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 3:08
58 Daniel Holt (Team Type 1) 3:10
59 Chad Hartley (Team GEARGRINDER) 3:17
60 Kyle Wamsley (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 3:21
61 Andrew Talansky (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 3:25
62 Justin Lindine (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) s.t.
63 Ken Hanson (Team Type 1) 3:28
64 Benjamin King (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) s.t.
65 Davide Frattini (Colavita / Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) 3:53
66 Lang Reynolds (HagensBermanCycling) 4:25
67 Micah Moran (GrandStay Hotels) 4:27
68 Chad Gerlach (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 4:42
69 Aaron Barry Tuckerman (Land Rover-Orbea) 4:49
70 Alister Ratcliff (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 5:31
71 Bryan Mcvey (Richardson Bike Mart) 5:46
72 Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling) 6:41
73 Matt Winstead (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 6:49
74 Jens Brabbit (GrandStay Hotels) 7:14
75 Pat Lemieux (Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team) 9:37
76 Steve Scholzen (IS Corp Cycling Team) 9:43
77 Ian Stanford (GrandStay Hotels) 9:50
78 Eric Schildge (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 9:53
79 Zachariah Davies (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com) 10:08
80 Scottie Weiss (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 10:27
81 Adam Froemming (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club) 10:28
82 Robb Bush (Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team) 10:34
83 Kirk O'Bee (Bissell Pro Cycling) 10:36
84 Michael Woell (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club) 10:42
85 David Guttenplan (Team Mountain Khakis) 10:52
86 James Stemper (Team GEARGRINDER) 10:55
87 Adam Farabaugh (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 12:10
88 Jason Short (Richardson Bike Mart) 12:17
89 Bennet Van Der Genugte (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 12:28
90 Charles Bradley Huff (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 12:40
91 Roman Kilun (OUCH Presented By Maxxis) 12:48
92 Carson Miller (Land Rover-Orbea) 12:57
93 Patrick Caro (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 13:00
94 Ryan White (Team GEARGRINDER) 13:07
95 Brian Koeneman (Wheel & Sprocket) 13:22
96 Jonathan Clarke (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 13:41
97 Yuri Metlushenko (Amore & Vita - Lifetime Fitness) 13:44
98 Charles Coyle (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com) 14:05
99 Kip Spaude (IS Corp Cycling Team) 14:15
100 James Stangeland (Nature Valley Cycling Team) 14:16
101 Matthew Johnson (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) 14:24
102 Bryce Mead (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) 14:31
103 Phil Mann (Ciclismo Racing) 14:32
104 Paul Esposti (Ciclismo Racing) 14:42
105 Cody Stevenson (Team Waste Management) 14:43
106 Sean Mazich (Team Waste Management) 14:50
107 Joe Eldridge (Team Type 1) 15:02
108 Evan Elken (Land Rover-Orbea) 15:09
109 Alex Wieseler (IS Corp Cycling Team) 15:16
110 Thomas Brown (Jittery Joe's U25 pb Kudzu.com) 15:34
111 Thom Coupe (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 15:46
112 Jake Hollenbach (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) 16:14
113 Zack Stein (IS Corp Cycling Team) s.t.
114 Daniel Zmolik (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) 16:23
115 Gregg Brandt (Bianchi / Grand Performance) 16:28
116 Nick Keough (BikeReg.com / Cannondale) 16:48
117 Kyle Jacobson (IS Corp Cycling Team) 17:07
118 Kennett Peterson (Wheel & Sprocket) 17:17
119 Andrew Minier (GrandStay Hotels) 18:18
120 Christopher Daifuku (HagensBermanCycling) 18:32
121 Benjamin Kneller (Ciclismo Racing) 19:41
122 Sam Johnson (HagensBermanCycling) 19:57
123 David Zimmermann (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club) 20:02
124 Mike Mathis (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM p/b Northwave) 20:46
125 Josh Bartlett (Land Rover-Orbea) 21:14
126 William Stolte (TradeWind Energy/The Trek Stores) 21:19
127 Anthony Olson (Bianchi / Grand Performance) 21:52
128 Dan Ajer (Wheel & Sprocket) 22:04
129 Jonathan Parrish (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 23:03
130 Spencer Beamer (Team Mountain Khakis) 24:12
131 Remi McManus (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy) 24:23
132 Aaron Johnson (HagensBermanCycling) 25:01
133 Colt Trant (Richardson Bike Mart) 33:04
134 Brad Cole (Ciclismo Racing) 36:33
135 Chris Doig (Flanders/Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club) 38:25
136 Dave Hackworthy (Bianchi / Grand Performance) 39:34

 


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