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June 4/10 9:08 am - Mt Hood Classic: Stage 2 results, Hamilton wins


Posted by Editoress on 06/4/10
 

This really wasn’t how Marc de Maar of the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis wanted to take over the leadership of the Mt. Hood Cycling Classic. Second place overall perhaps – as it appeared he had done after earning a four-second time bonus for 3rd place on the race’s second road stage – but not the lead.

But when his teammate and race leader Morgan Schmitt was handed a 20-second penalty for what was deemed excessive drafting of a neutral support car following a wheel change for a flat tire, de Maar was elevated to race leader.

Schmitt was one of a number of riders who experienced flats on the course around Mt. Adams in Washington state, and as a result, the wheel change he got was delayed, and the cassette was mismatched to his SRAM drivetrain.

Unfortunately, UnitedHealthcare Presented by Maxxis Directeur Sportif Gord Fraser and Team Mechanic Eric Sperling were changing their own flat tire on the team car, and weren’t able to perform the wheel change for Schmitt.

According to Fraser, what he had heard from the Team’s riders is that the peloton had sat up to wait for the yellow jersey to return to the fold – a commonly applied unwritten rule in the peloton when the race leader experiences a mechanical or sometimes a crash.

However, race officials determined that if Schmitt hadn’t drafted, he wouldn’t have been able to re-integrate, and thus, issued the penalty to the race leader.

“I think under the circumstances, the race officials needed to show a little bit of discretion in handing out the penalty,” Fraser said. “What Morgan did wasn’t unusual. Mostly, I feel bad for him. He took the race lead with the win in Stage 1. This was a big moment for him. And to lose the lead in this manner is just a shame.”

The stage otherwise went mostly according to plan. A break of four riders got off the front mid-way through the first of two laps of a 53-mile loop that included two climbs totaling over 3,500 feet per lap. The four riders out front eventually built up a lead of around 3:00 on the peloton.

“The break rode quite well,” said Directeur Sportif Gord Fraser. “We put Max Jenkins and Eric Barlevav on the front to ride tempo to keep the break under control. It was a good introduction for Eric on riding to protect the leader’s jersey.”

The UnitedHealthcare Presented by Maxxis-led chase steadily brought the gap down, with the Bissell squad and riders from Cal Giant chipping in some of the pace-making.

On the final climb, de Maar went to the front and rode a hard tempo that shattered the peloton and left groups of riders strewn about the roads behind the front group of about 25 riders. The effort also served to bring the gap to the four leaders down significantly.

On the final 10-mile downhill run to the line, “we knew it would be a bit touch and go whether we’d catch the break,” Fraser said. “Those guys were quite strong.”

In fact, the chasing pack caught all but one of the riders from the break, with Nic Hamilton (Trek-Red Truck) putting in a late attack that was enough to hold on by a couple bike lengths. De Maar took second in the bunch sprint to earn 3rd place on the stage, and the time bonus that appeared to move him up to 2nd overall, just ahead of Paul Mach (Bissell), the race’s first leader.

“The guys rode really well today defending Morgan’s jersey and I think he deserved to keep it,” Fraser added. “Now, we just have to see how things go with the time trial today.”

Instead of going into the time trial with three of the top five riders in the overall classification – with an eight-second cushion for the leader – UnitedHealthcare Presented by Maxxis goes in with de Maar essentially tied on time with Mach, Chris Baldwin 4th overall at 0:07, and Schmitt now 0:12 back of his teammate in 9th place.

UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis press release

 

 

Stage profile

Profile of the stage (one way)

 

Stage 2 (june 3rd) : Hood River Inn Mt Adams Road Race, 170.6 km
1 Nic Hamilton (Can) Trek Red Truck 4:20:19
2 Sam Johnson (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
3 Marc Demaar (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis
4 Sid Taberlay (Aus) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
5 Cyrus Kangarloo (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team
6 Adam Switters (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team
7 Michael Creed (USA) Team Type 1
8 Chris Winn (USA) Team Rio Grande
9 Mike Olheiser (USA) Moontoast.com/Tristar
10 Marsh Cooper (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies
11 Michael Mathis (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com
12 Marcel Aarden (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team
13 Morgan Schmitt (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis
14 Ian Gray (USA) Team Rio Grande
15 Jonathan Patrick McCarty (USA) Matrix/Richardson Bike Mart
16 Rob Britton (Can) Bissell Pro Cycling
17 Lang Reynolds (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
18 Taylor Kneuven (USA) Hutch's
19 Mitchell Peterson (USA) Cole Sport
20 Jesse Miller-Smith (USA) Cyclepaths Wild Cherries
21 Evan Huffman (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team
22 Alister Ratcliff (USA) Bikereg.com/Cannondale
23 Paul Mach (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
24 David Talbott (USA) Moontoast.com/Tristar
25 Chris Baldwin (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis
26 Jesse Moore (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
27 Nathaniel English (USA) Echelon Gran Fondo/Z-Team all s.t.
28 Andrew Goessling (USA) ALA Cycling p/b Lombardi Sports 2:11
29 Ryan Parnes (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team s.t.
30 Quinn Keogh (USA) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 2:12
31 Ian Holt (USA) Team Rio Grande
32 Brian Williams (USA) Northern Rockies Orthopaedic
33 Kai Applequist (USA) Team Exergy
34 Scott Gray (USA) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles
35 Chris Aten (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com
36 Eric Fischer (USA) Team Clif Bar
37 Garrett McLeod (Can) Team H&R Block
38 Sebastian Salas (Can) Team H&R Block
39 Jonathan Garcia (USA) Team Rio Grande
40 Christopher Hong (USA) Team Exergy
41 Christopher Parrish (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
42 Chris Stastny (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
43 Trevor Connor (Can) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles
44 James Mattis (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
45 Adam Wisseman (USA) Tessier Bike
46 Jason Thompson (Can) Garneau Evolution
47 Andrew Boone (USA) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles
48 Matt Bell (Can) Trek Red Truck
49 David Williams (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling
50 Carl Decker (USA) Giant all s.t.
51 Justin Kerr (NZl) Team H&R Block 3:51
52 John Bennett (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
53 David Glick (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com
54 Bradley Gehrig (USA) Barbacoa - Mi Duole
55 Jared Gilyard (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com
56 Alexander Blease (USA) Chico Corsa Cycling Club
57 Chris Swan (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
58 Orion Berryman (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
59 Coulton Hartrich (USA) Santo-MegaCycle
60 Dustin Andrews (Can) Team H&R Block all s.t.
61 Tyler Riedesel (USA) Canyon Bicycles-Draper 5:39
62 Daniel Bechtold (USA) Team Bobs-Bicycles.com
63 Brian Hitchcock (USA) Garage Racing
64 Mike Northey (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG
65 Ariel Herrmann (USA) Metromint Cycling
66 Elijah Romer (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
67 Todd Hageman (USA) Cole Sport
68 Taylor Gunman (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG
69 Joshua Liberles (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
70 Dan MacDonald (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team
71 Ryan Iddings (USA) Lenovo/HB
72 Bill Demong (USA) Cole Sport
73 Peter Vraniak (USA)
74 Travis McCabe (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com
75 Seth Patla (USA) River City Bicycles
76 Conor Mullervy (USA) Team Exergy
77 Dylan Jones (USA) Team WM/Hammer Nutrition
78 Brad Bingham (USA) Team Rio Grande
79 Sean Passage (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
80 Philip Mooney (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team
81 Kennett Peterson (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
82 Allen Krughoff (USA) Team Rio Grande
83 Vincent Owens (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team
84 Jamie Sparling (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team all s.t.
85 James Williamson (NZl) Bike Religion 8:04
86 Gabe Varela (USA) Vertical Earth
87 Tyler Dibble (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team
88 Julian Martinez (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
89 Alan Adams (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
90 Max Jenkins (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis
91 Christopher McGarity (Can) Garneau Evolution
92 Phil Elsasser (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling all s.t.
93 Wm. Colter Young (Can) ERTC 12:34
94 Adam Thuss (Can) Trek Red Truck 13:01
95 Dan Skinner (Can) Trek Red Truck
96 Craig Debellefeuille (Can) Cyclemeisters both s.t.
97 Ryan Trebon (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com 17:08
98 Kevin Rowe (USA) Team Exergy 17:18
99 Brandon Dyer (USA) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles
100 Remi McManus (USA) Team Exergy
101 Ben Chaddock (Can) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG
102 Austin Allison (USA) Dogfish Racing
103 Shawn Ongers (USA) Lenovo/HB
104 Josh Bartlett (USA) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG
105 Brandon Lynch (USA) Team Exergy all s.t.
106 Marshall Opel (USA) Waste Management/Hammer Nutrition 20:28
107 Michael Jasinski (USA) Chico Corsa Cycling Club 20:38
108 Aaron Schooler (Can) Team H&R Block 25:22
109 Eric Barlevav (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis s.t.
110 Spencer Paxson (USA) Team S&M Young Guns 34:16
111 Patrick Marzullo (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing s.t.
112 Tyler Stearns (USA) Castelli USA 36:12
113 Zane Westerbeek (Can) Cyclemeisters 38:12
114 Will Niemann-Ross (USA) Life Cycle Bike Shop
115 Brendan Treacy (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
116 Kevin Mullervy (USA) Team Exergy
117 Adam Edgerton (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
118 Chris McNiel (Can) Team H&R Block all s.t.
119 Roman van Uden (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 40:19
120 Colby Elliot (USA) Bike Religion s.t.
121 Mac Garvin (Can) Cyclemeisters 42:42
122 Dustin Eskelson (USA) Barbacoa - Mi Duole 42:49
123 Shannon Morgan (USA) Bikereg.com/Cannondale
124 Jordan Humble (USA) Krystal Elite
125 Nate Freed (USA) Team Clif Bar
126 Shane Buysse (USA) all s.t.
127 Benjamin D'Hulst (USA) Barbacoa - Mi Duole 42:56
128 John Sindell (USA) Garage Racing 54:17
129 Ryan Brown (USA) Chinook Cycling Club, Tri-Cities
130 Tyler Brandt (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized 54:58
131 Nic Andrichuck (Can) Cyclemeisters 1:08:22
DNF Roman Kilun (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis
DNF Brandon Trafton (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized
DNS Nathan MacDonald (Can) Trek Red Truck
DNF Tyler Trace (Can) Trek Red Truck
DNF Cory Domingues (USA) Hutch's
DNF Austin Arguello (USA) Team Exergy
DNF Evan Hyde (USA) Bahati Foundation Pro Cycling Team
DNF Alan Schmitz (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling
DNF Jason Allen (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG
DNF Matthew O'Hagan (Can) Garneau Evolution
DNS Gardie Jackson (USA) Cole Sport
DNF Mike Sohm (USA) Canyon Bicycles-Draper
DNS Chris Turner (USA) Los Gatos
DNF Marcel Delisser (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing
DNF Joe Baum (USA)
DNF Frank Marrs (USA) Davis Bike Club
DNF Ben Rathkamp (USA) Fanatik Bike Co.
DSQ Luke Pennington (USA)
 
GC
1 Marc Demaar (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis 5:59:08
2 Paul Mach (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at s.t.
3 Sam Johnson (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling 0:03
4 Chris Baldwin (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis 0:07
5 Michael Creed (USA) Team Type 1 0:08
6 Nathaniel English (USA) Echelon Gran Fondo/Z-Team 0:09
7 Nic Hamilton (Can) Trek Red Truck 0:10
8 Rob Britton (Can) Bissell Pro Cycling 0:11
9 Morgan Schmitt (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis 0:12
10 Mike Olheiser (USA) Moontoast.com/Tristar 0:13
11 Jonathan Patrick McCarty (USA) Matrix/Richardson Bike Mart 0:14
12 Jesse Moore (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized 0:18
13 Adam Switters (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team
14 Evan Huffman (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team both s.t.
15 Taylor Kneuven (USA) Hutch's 0:20
16 Michael Mathis (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com s.t.
17 Cyrus Kangarloo (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team 0:21
18 Alister Ratcliff (USA) Bikereg.com/Cannondale 0:23
19 Marcel Aarden (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team 0:29
20 Jesse Miller-Smith (USA) Cyclepaths Wild Cherries s.t.
21 Ian Gray (USA) Team Rio Grande 0:32
22 Marsh Cooper (Can) Kelly Benefit Strategies 0:35
23 David Talbott (USA) Moontoast.com/Tristar 0:40
24 Chris Winn (USA) Team Rio Grande s.t.
25 Lang Reynolds (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling 0:54
26 Sid Taberlay (Aus) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized 1:05
27 Ryan Parnes (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team 2:16
28 Carl Decker (USA) Giant 2:34
29 Kai Applequist (USA) Team Exergy 2:35
30 Andrew Goessling (USA) ALA Cycling p/b Lombardi Sports s.t.
31 Chris Stastny (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized 2:36
32 Jonathan Garcia (USA) Team Rio Grande s.t.
33 Quinn Keogh (USA) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 2:37
34 Andrew Boone (USA) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles 2:40
35 James Mattis (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized s.t.
36 Garrett McLeod (Can) Team H&R Block 2:41
37 Jason Thompson (Can) Garneau Evolution 2:42
38 Adam Wisseman (USA) Tessier Bike 2:46
39 Ian Holt (USA) Team Rio Grande 2:48
40 David Williams (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling 2:50
41 Sebastian Salas (Can) Team H&R Block 2:53
42 Eric Fischer (USA) Team Clif Bar s.t.
43 Scott Gray (USA) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles 2:55
44 Trevor Connor (Can) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles 2:56
45 Christopher Parrish (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling s.t.
46 Christopher Hong (USA) Team Exergy 3:02
47 Matt Bell (Can) Trek Red Truck 3:38
48 David Glick (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com 4:14
49 Justin Kerr (NZl) Team H&R Block 4:15
50 Bradley Gehrig (USA) Barbacoa - Mi Duole 4:16
51 Jared Gilyard (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com 4:27
52 John Bennett (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized s.t.
53 Orion Berryman (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing 4:30
54 Dustin Andrews (Can) Team H&R Block 4:35
55 Alexander Blease (USA) Chico Corsa Cycling Club 4:43
56 Chris Swan (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing 5:22
57 Coulton Hartrich (USA) Santo-MegaCycle 5:40
58 Mitchell Peterson (USA) Cole Sport 5:52
59 Mike Northey (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 5:53
60 Taylor Gunman (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 5:57
61 Brian Hitchcock (USA) Garage Racing 6:02
62 Joshua Liberles (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing 6:03
63 Sean Passage (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling 6:06
64 Kennett Peterson (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling 6:07
65 Vincent Owens (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team 6:09
66 Brad Bingham (USA) Team Rio Grande s.t.
67 Philip Mooney (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team 6:14
68 Jamie Sparling (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team 6:16
69 Dan MacDonald (Can) Total Restoration Cycling Team 6:21
70 Dylan Jones (USA) Team WM/Hammer Nutrition 6:22
71 Elijah Romer (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing s.t.
72 Allen Krughoff (USA) Team Rio Grande 6:24
73 Ariel Herrmann (USA) Metromint Cycling 6:29
74 Travis McCabe (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com s.t.
75 Todd Hageman (USA) Cole Sport 6:36
76 Bill Demong (USA) Cole Sport 6:49
77 Ryan Iddings (USA) Lenovo/HB 7:05
78 Seth Patla (USA) River City Bicycles 7:48
79 Tyler Dibble (USA) Yahoo! Cycling Team 8:23
80 Gabe Varela (USA) Vertical Earth 8:26
81 Max Jenkins (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis 8:27
82 James Williamson (NZl) Bike Religion 8:30
83 Phil Elsasser (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling 8:31
84 Christopher McGarity (Can) Garneau Evolution 8:47
85 Chris Aten (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com 10:01
86 Daniel Bechtold (USA) Team Bobs-Bicycles.com 11:17
87 Conor Mullervy (USA) Team Exergy 11:29
88 Peter Vraniak (USA) 11:40
89 Tyler Riedesel (USA) Canyon Bicycles-Draper 12:20
90 Wm. Colter Young (Can) ERTC 13:48
91 Julian Martinez (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized 13:57
92 Adam Thuss (Can) Trek Red Truck 14:02
93 Brian Williams (USA) Northern Rockies Orthopaedic 15:42
94 Alan Adams (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling 15:52
95 Ben Chaddock (Can) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 17:33
96 Kevin Rowe (USA) Team Exergy 17:36
97 Brandon Lynch (USA) Team Exergy 17:44
98 Josh Bartlett (USA) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG s.t.
99 Brandon Dyer (USA) Cyclesoles/Sagebrush Cycles 17:54
100 Ryan Trebon (USA) RideClean p/b PatentIt.com 17:57
101 Austin Allison (USA) Dogfish Racing 18:01
102 Dan Skinner (Can) Trek Red Truck 20:44
103 Craig Debellefeuille (Can) Cyclemeisters 21:15
104 Remi Mcmanus (USA) Team Exergy 22:58
105 Shawn Ongers (USA) Lenovo/HB 25:32
106 Eric Barlevav (USA) UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis 25:42
107 Aaron Schooler (Can) Team H&R Block 26:05
108 Marshall Opel (USA) Waste Management/Hammer Nutrition 26:18
109 Michael Jasinski (USA) Chico Corsa Cycling Club 29:25
110 Spencer Paxson (USA) Team S&M Young Guns 34:46
111 Patrick Marzullo (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing 35:44
112 Chris McNiel (Can) Team H&R Block 38:31
113 Brendan Treacy (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing 38:57
114 Roman Van Uden (NZl) Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting LIVESTRONG 40:45
115 Tyler Stearns (USA) Castelli USA 43:08
116 Shannon Morgan (USA) Bikereg.com/Cannondale 43:33
117 Nate Freed (USA) Team Clif Bar 43:36
118 Adam Edgerton (USA) Team Oregon p/b Laurelwood Brewing 44:06
119 Kevin Mullervy (USA) Team Exergy 46:48
120 Colby Elliot (USA) Bike Religion 46:58
121 Jordan Humble (USA) Krystal Elite 47:31
122 Zane Westerbeek (Can) Cyclemeisters 48:09
123 Will Niemann-Ross (USA) Life Cycle Bike Shop 48:30
124 Benjamin D'Hulst (USA) Barbacoa - Mi Duole 48:38
125 Dustin Eskelson (USA) Barbacoa - Mi Duole 51:07
126 Mac Garvin (Can) Cyclemeisters 51:36
127 Shane Buysse (USA) 52:29
128 Tyler Brandt (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized 1:00:58
129 Ryan Brown (USA) Chinook Cycling Club, Tri-Cities 1:04:03
130 John Sindell (USA) Garage Racing 1:04:29
131 Nic Andrichuck (Can) Cyclemeisters 1:17:28

 


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