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June 15/13 0:00 am - Banff Fest Stage 2A and 2B


Posted by Editoress on 06/15/13
 

Saturday was a 2 stage day with a 21 km ITT in the morning and a downtown Banff crit in the evening.

 

Stage 2A: ITT

The riders awoke on Saturday morning knowing all too well that the 21km Individual Time Trial was going to be anything but a scenic ride around Lake Minnewanka. For the GC hopefuls and stage hunters, this stage was going to be all business, and everything they had in them was going to be left behind on the course.

First up to challenge the course were the Cat 3 through 5 Men. Dressed in skin suits, aero helmets and riding TT-specific gear on their bikes, they headed out of town in 30-second intervals with the wind at their backs, and a mix of sun and cloud above their heads.

After fighting that same wind on the final stretch up Banff Ave. to the finish, the fastest times were established. Our Cat 5 Men's winner was Micah Medinski (ERTC) in a time of 31:18; the Cat 4 Men's winner was Kurt Hauser (Team Saskatchewan) in 30:29; and the day's Cat 3 Men's winner was Dalton Fayad (Regina Cycling Club) with a fast time of 28:20.

The Open Women's category had the potential for total domination in the Time Trial by the group of women racing for Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes - all are strong racing against the clock. Kristine Brynjolfson, having won this race in convincing fashion last year, was looking for another great ride which could potentially put her on the podium again, or even in the GC leader's jersey.

Yet today was something special for a young rider out of Edmonton, Kinley Gibson, riding for her Juventus club. Gibson had the ride of her cycling career, crushing the field with a time of 31:18 - a full 40 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Brynjolfson. "It was a nice day to race. The temperature was good and the wind was not too inhibiting. I felt good on the bike, and caught four riders in front of me," explained Gibson as she tried to catch her breath post-race.

When asked about her improvement in Time Trials, Gibson added "I spent many hours on the Computrainer last winter working on my TT fitness. The hard work paid off today."

Not only did Gibson win the stage, she also moved up in the overall standings to become the new race leader. "This is the first time Kinley has been a GC leader. She is hoping to get selected to represent Canada at the Junior Road World Championships and hopefully this will help her get there," commented her mom Linda.

With the team of Trek Red Truck filling in second through fifth in the overall standings, it's going to be a David and Goliath battle until the end. Trek Red Truck has a strong team of five riders, while Gibson is riding solo without teammates. "We are working well as a team right now," said Brynjolfson, "We have many different people who can win these races, and we will need a strong team effort to win the GC."

A similar situation was unfolding in the Cat 1/2 Men's race. Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes has the strongest team, many of whom are also strong in the Time Trial. Team rider Bailey McKnight, who is sitting 2nd overall explained, "Both Jesse Reams and Craig Ritchey are strong in the Time Trial. Even I have improved. It's like magic. This year I have learned how to ride a TT bike."

On paper, the rider to beat was Kris Dahl (Team H & R Block). Dahl won this event in convincing fashion in 2012 and was planning to do the same this year. This was not only for the stage win or for the GC, but for the Tour of Alberta team selection prize as well. Those chasing him were well aware of Dahl's strengths.

Colter Young, a Fort St. John native riding for the Saskatchewan Business College Cycling Project p/b Red Goat sports, and sitting second behind Dahl commented, "My goals for 2013 are to do well in the Summer Games, and more importantly, to beat Kris for the UCI spot." Michael van den Ham (Russ Hayes Accent Inns p/b Paciic Cycling Centre) also had plans of his own. Sitting in third place for the UCI race prize, van den Ham stated "It is Kris's spot to lose. I am on a borrowed TT bike with a borrowed disc wheel. If I can be within 30 to 60 seconds of Kris, I will at least have a chance with two stages to go."

Post-race the results tent featured a crowd of anxious riders, waiting for their TT times to see where they sit going into tonight's Criterium. After a short delay, the final placings were posted with most of the contenders present. Chris McNeil (Soulsportif), who has quietly been going about his business, took the stage in an impressive time of 26:57.99. The pair from Trek Red Truck, Craig Ritchey and Bailey McKnight, finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Once the numbers were crunched by the top-notch timing services of Zone 4, the new GC leader was McKnight. When asked about his great Time Trial, McKnight jokingly said it helped starting behind Dahl who finished 7th, "I felt like I had a great ride today. It sure helped having a quick bunny ahead of me to catch."

With only a few hours to rest and recuperate, the riders will be center stage once again in the heart of downtown Banff for the Criterium. If the weather continues in its pleasant fashion, a great evening of racing is in store for the huge crowds of spectators expected to be on hand for Stage 3.

Results below

 

Stage 2B:  Criterium

In bike racing, the Criterium is the feature event. It is the opportunity to showcase the pure beauty and speed of the sport of cycling to the masses, and to highlight the venue and its residents who have proudly shared their home to the sport and the athletes. Banff is a gracious host, and should be very proud of the way they have welcomed cycling each year to the Banff National Park Bike Fest.

The evening activities kicked off with the Balkan Restaurant Little Crit that saw the race course packed with young riders, riding down Banff Ave. to the cheers of the crowd. Following the kid's crit, the charity costume ride took to the streets, always a welcome event as a prelude to the fast-paced racing to come.

Following the opening acts came the main events and first up was the Cat 5 Men's Crit. This race was highlighted by an early solo attack by Dougal Owen (Bicisport) who held off the charging pack until 10 laps to go. With the pack all together it came down to a close sprint with Lawrence Zalasky (Speed Theory) taking the win.

Then the Cat 4 Men took to the start line featuring one of the sports up-and-coming stars. Colin Croston (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) impressed the crowd with an early attack, and then with the support of his team, powered to an easy victory like he did in the Lake Louise road race. Expect to see this talented rider racing with the Cat 1/2 Men in 2014.

The Cat 3 Men were the last race before the Open Women. Strong work off the front by both the Juventus and Cyclemeisters p/b Bow Cycle teams helped to animate the race, but at the finish it was Scott Lundy (Serious Cycling) who took the victory.

The Open Women's category took an unexpected turn earlier on Saturday on Stage 2 when Kinley Gibson (Juventus) took the leader's jersey away from Jenny Lehman (Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes) with a crushing time trial result around Lake Minnewanka. Speaking with Gibson as she put on her leader's jersey before the Criterium, she commented, "It feels great to be the leader of my first stage race. I know the Trek girls will be bringing it to me, and I plan to go with any breaks they create."

With four riders in second to fifth position in the GC, the Trek Red Truck team was fired up and not going to just sit in and let things unfold. Team manager Dave Vuket commented, "We are not going to leave anything to chance. We are going to go for it tonight."

And go for it they did. The team of five riders delivered a blitzkrieg of attacks throughout the race. The pack soon split to contain 10 lead riders. Even with this smaller group, Trek kept the pressure on, with work from everyone on their team. Yet even through this domination, the strong and savvy Gibson matched their every move and even took the preem sprint for $100.

In the final push to the line, Trek's domination paid off with Allison Beveridge taking the win, followed by teammates Lehman and Sarah Coney. "We tried to make it hard and put Kinley in pain," said Beveridge. "After the awards we are going to bed so we can get up in the morning and do it all over again."

Gibson's efforts kept her in the leader's jersey with a posse of Trek Red Truck riders just under a minute behind including Beveridge, Kristine Brynjolfson, Megan Rathwell and Lehmann, so look for more fireworks at Sunday's finale.

The Men's Cat 1/2 race was up next, and this also had the makings of something special, just like the women's race. Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes had the first and second spot on the GC with Bailey McKnight and Craig Ritchey leading, while Russ Hayes and H&R Block were also in the mix, and had more than just the stage win on their mind.

Both teams not only had stage wins and GC hopes, but they also had two riders vying for the entry into the Tour of Alberta with a US Continental team. "With [Jordan] Cheyne up on the GC, we have a podium chance, and with [Michael] van den Ham we have a shot at the Tour of Alberta spot. I feel it will get blown apart tomorrow. We have a strong team and will do what it takes," explained Emile De Rosney (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Sport).

Under clear skies with only a slight wind, the Cat 1/2 men set off on their 50-lap assault on the streets of Banff. Under the shadows of the surrounding mountains, this 100-strong field was set to unleash hell on bikes for the entertainment of the spectator-packed course.

Vukets had a similar plan for his Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes men as he did for his women. "We are all in for Bailey to win the GC. Not only has he been riding well, he has stepped up as a team leader. We are holding nothing back tonight."

And hold back they did not. Trek Red Truck was the dominant team and took charge early with every rider on their team taking turns to attack the already strung-out peloton. But to everyone's credit, the other teams also came to play, and the race was a show of some great talent, skill and pure will power. Aaron Schooler and Justin Kerr (H&R Block) did the lion's share of attacking and chasing down breaks, while Emile De Rosney, Sid Martindale and others on the Russ Hays team did the same, leaving nothing to chance and establishing their rightful place as dominant players.

With one lap to go, H&R Block took to the front and laid down a text book lead-out for Kris Dahl to easily take the win, with Mark Enter (Speed Theory) taking second. Not only did Dahl take the win, but he also put more valuable time into his quest to secure the Tour of Alberta spot. "My team gave me a phenomenal lead-out on the last lap. Schooler did a great last pull and I almost didn't have to do anything to win. It was an awesome team effort," said an excited Dahl post-race.

A somber GC leader McKnight expressed his views of the race, "Our result tonight is pretty average. We lost two guys early in the crash, and even though they got back in, they were pretty banged up. They were an important part of our plan. Besides that, keeping the GC is good."

Tomorrow's final Stage 4 Tunnel Mountain road race promises to be a repeat of this evening's action-packed battle with the power teams going for broke to capture the coveted GC leader's jerseys.



Results from stage 2A:  ITT

Women, 21 km Time Gap
1 Kinley Gibson (Juventus) 0:31:18.406
2 Kristine Brynjolfson (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:31:58.990 40.584
3 Allison Beveridge (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:32:13.179 54.773
4 Megan Rathwell (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:32:22.502 1:04.960
5 Jenny Lehmann (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:32:47.578 1:29.171
6 Trina Van Dyck (Cranked) 0:33:16.909 1:58.503
7 Nik Vogler (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:33:21.800 2:03.394
8 Kirsti Lay (Bicisport) 0:33:35.244 2:16.837
9 Meghan Grant (Escape Velocity) 0:33:37.997 2:19.591
10 Christina Smith (Team Feminin Languedoc Rousillon Sud De France) 0:33:49.825 2:31.419
11 Sarah Coney (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:34:06.933 2:48.526
12 Brittany Webster (Team Mito Canada) 0:34:11.204 2:52.798
13 Liah Harvie (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:34:26.170 3:07.764
14 Erin Taylor (Independent) 0:34:29.593 3:11.187
15 Kristin Baker (Pedalhead Road Works) 0:34:36.772 3:18.366
16 Lindsay Aspen (Team Saskatchewan) 0:35:00.283 3:41.877
17 Hilary Wille (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:35:07.341 3:48.935
18 Sara Poidevin (Cafe Racers) 0:35:12.398 3:53.991
19 Marg Fedyna (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:35:17.302 3:58.895
20 Kendra Fergusson (TCR Sport Lab) 0:35:27.148 4:08.741
21 Melanie Tait (Bicisport) 0:35:41.514 4:23.108
22 Margie Smith (Independent) 0:35:44.979 4:26.572
23 Sheila Summers (TCR Sport Lab) 0:35:52.675 4:34.269
24 Holly Ackert (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:35:57.043 4:38.637
25 Juliette Wheler (Team Saskatchewan) 0:36:34.638 5:16.232
26 Erin Redl (Steed Cycles) 0:36:35.181 5:16.774
27 Aleksandra Macklem (Lamprey Systems) 0:37:06.285 5:47.879
28 Terra Manca (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:37:15.640 5:57.233
29 Marina Aspen (Team Saskatchewan) 0:37:28.180 6:09.774
30 Erin Ruttan (Independent) 0:37:29.822 6:11.415
31 Evangeline Fletcher (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:39:35.335 8:16.928
32 Kaylynn Purdy (Bicisport) 0:39:58.433 8:40.270
DNF Sharisse Kyle (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
DNF Suzanne Hamilton (Bicisport)
DNF Kerry Spearing (Edmonton Road & Track Club)
DNF Tori Spence (Independent)
 
1/2 Men, 21 km
Time Gap
1 Chris McNeil (Soulsportif) 0:26:57.995
2 Craig Richey (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:26:58.090 0.950
3 Bailey McKnight (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:26:58.697 0.702
4 Jordan Cheyne (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:27:13.406 15.410
5 Evan Bayer (Team Niklas) 0:27:13.690 15.695
6 Marc Enter (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:27:26.128 28.132
7 Kristofer Dahl (Team H & R Block) 0:27:29.547 31.551
8 Michael Van Den Ham (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:27:41.946 43.951
9 Zach Heskett (Independent) 0:27:49.780 51.784
10 Adam de Vos (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:27:50.112 52.116
11 Ian Auld (Soulsportif) 0:27:56.155 58.159
12 Robin Clegg (Team H & R Block) 0:27:56.786 58.790
13 Emile De Rosnay (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:27:57.902 59.906
14 Sean Crooks (Soulsportif) 0:27:58.747 1:00.752
15 Geoff MacDonald (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:28:09.674 1:11.679
16 Warren Muir (Soulsportif) 0:28:14.722 1:16.727
17 Aaron Schooler (Team H & R Block) 0:28:15.106 1:17.111
18 Cuylar Conly (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:28:16.932 1:18.936
19 Brian Countryman (Velocity Cycling Club) 0:28:19.838 1:21.843
20 Trev Williams (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:28:19.919 1:21.924
21 Brad Clifford (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:28:26.953 1:28.957
22 Justin Kerr (Team H & R Block) 0:28:32.806 1:34.811
23 Jared Green (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:28:34.829 1:36.834
24 Dan Wood (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:28:35.487 1:37.492
25 Connor Wilson (Rideokanagan.com) 0:28:38.038 1:40.430
26 Josh Krabbe (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:28:42.794 1:44.799
27 Eric Jensen (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:28:43.704 1:45.709
28 David Strasser (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:28:46.662 1:48.667
29 Mackenzie Garvin (Cyclemeisters/BowCycle) 0:28:47.624 1:49.629
30 Dustin Andrews (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:28:50.964 1:52.968
31 Stephen Mundy (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:28:53.863 1:55.867
32 Scott Manktelow (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:28:55.441 1:57.445
33 Nicholas Jendzjowsky (Pedalhead Road Works) 0:28:56.069 1:58.730
34 Tavish Taylor (Kryki Sports / Audi) 0:28:57.673 1:59.677
35 Fraser Mills-Connery (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:28:59.426 2:01.430
36 Ben Wortelboer (Team H & R Block) 0:29:06.921 2:08.925
37 Ty Andrews (Cyclemeisters/BowCycle) 0:29:08.130 2:10.134
38 Jesse Reams (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:29:10.725 2:12.729
39 Cid Martinez-Arroyo (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:29:17.430 2:19.435
40 Patrick Paquette (Independent) 0:29:23.893 2:25.897
41 Mark Bouthillette (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:29:27.726 2:29.730
42 Luke Koolman (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:29:27.914 2:29.919
43 Colter Young (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:29:29.498 2:31.502
44 James Kendal (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:29:39.307 2:41.312
45 Henri De Boever (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:29:41.697 2:43.701
46 Jeff Perron (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:29:43.612 2:45.616
47 Frank Woolstencroft (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:29:43.816 2:45.820
48 Tyson Smith (Independent) 0:29:44.251 2:46.256
49 Jevon Almond (Team Niklas) 0:29:46.674 2:48.679
50 Darren Anderson (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:29:59.389 3:01.394
51 Douglas van den Ham (Nine2FivePro.com) 0:30:01.027 3:03.320
52 Jonathan Wood (Garneau Evolution) 0:30:03.948 3:05.953
53 Shawn Bunnin (Deadgoat Racing) 0:30:06.510 3:08.514
54 Chris Taylor (Soulsportif) 0:30:13.203 3:15.207
55 Clayton Meisner (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:30:13.791 3:15.795
56 Andrew Cullingham (Synergy Racing) 0:30:17.393 3:19.397
57 Dennis Bland (Calgary Crankmasters) 0:30:32.846 3:34.850
58 Kevin Rokosh (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:30:38.982 3:40.986
59 Thomas Yip (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:30:40.482 3:42.486
60 Raph Lalumiere (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) 0:30:45.254 3:47.258
61 Jason Proche (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:30:48.417 3:50.421
62 Peter Lawrence (Soulsportif) 0:31:13.852 4:15.856
63 Charles Bougie (Calgary Crankmasters) 0:31:39.414 4:41.418
64 Dan MacDonald (Rideokanagan.com) 0:31:45.016 4:47.210
65 Dave Holmes (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:32:07.136 5:09.141
66 Rob Reid (Soul Ski & Bike) 0:32:07.475 5:09.480
67 Kevin Boje (Team Niklas) 0:32:18.809 5:20.814
68 Markel Cherenkoff (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:32:47.600 5:49.605
69 Harley Borlee (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training) 0:32:55.320 5:57.324
70 Shaun Adamson (Velocity Cycling Club) 0:32:55.842 5:57.846
71 Drew Rapoch (Team Mito Canada) 0:33:07.235 6:09.240
72 Anthony Killick (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club) 0:33:11.117 6:13.122
73 Scott Peever (Edmonton Road & Track Club) 0:33:26.330 6:28.334
74 Paul Berry (Soulsportif) 0:34:04.234 7:06.238
75 Blair Chapman (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:34:15.590 7:17.595
76 Brett Person (Team Niklas) 0:34:30.884 7:32.889
77 Geoff Power (Team SPAN) 0:35:14.022 8:16.260
78 Kevin Bernstein (Independent) 0:35:27.702 8:29.706
79 Scott Laliberte (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:37:10.226 10:12.230
80 Mark McConnell (Synergy Racing) 0:37:30.725 10:32.730
81 Stephen Flanagan (Rideokanagan.com) 0:42:10.399 15:12.403

 

Results from stage 2B, Criterium

Women
1 Allison Beveridge (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:28:57
2 Jenny Lehmann (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
3 Sarah Coney (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
4 Kirsti Lay (Bicisport)
5 Erin Redl (Steed Cycles)
6 Kinley Gibson (Juventus)
7 Nik Vogler (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) all s.t.
8 Megan Rathwell (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:03
9 Meghan Grant (Escape Velocity) 0:04
10 Kristine Brynjolfson (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) s.t.
11 Trina Van Dyck (Cranked) 0:43
12 Aleksandra Macklem (Lamprey Systems) 0:45
13 Lindsay Aspen (Team Saskatchewan)
14 Kristin Baker (Pedalhead Road Works)
15 Liah Harvie (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
16 Holly Ackert (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
17 Marg Fedyna (Edmonton Road & Track Club)
18 Margie Smith (Independent)
19 Sara Poidevin (Cafe Racers) all s.t.
20 Melanie Tait (Bicisport) 0:50
21 Hilary Wille (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre) lapped
22 Kendra Fergusson (TCR Sport Lab) lapped
23 Christina Smith (Team Feminin Languedoc Rousillon Sud De France) lapped
24 Marina Aspen (Team Saskatchewan) lapped
25 Juliette Wheler (Team Saskatchewan) lapped
26 Kaylynn Purdy (Bicisport) lapped
27 Erin Ruttan (Independent) lapped
28 Evangeline Fletcher (Edmonton Road & Track Club) lapped
 
1/2 Men
1 Kristofer Dahl (Team H & R Block) 0:45:25
2 Marc Enter (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training)
3 Aaron Schooler (Team H & R Block)
4 Cid Martinez-Arroyo (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre)
5 Dustin Andrews (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
6 Bailey McKnight (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
7 Craig Richey (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
8 Shawn Bunnin (Deadgoat Racing)
9 Dan Wood (Edmonton Road & Track Club)
10 Douglas van den Ham (Nine2FivePro.com)
11 Luke Koolman (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre)
12 Raph Lalumiere (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre)
13 Michael van ven Ham (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre)
14 Dan MacDonald (Rideokanagan.com)
15 Mackenzie Garvin (Cyclemeisters/BowCycle)
16 Adam de Vos (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
17 Brad Clifford (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
18 Chris Mcneil (Soulsportif)
19 Emile De Rosnay (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre)
20 Kevin Bernstein (Independant)
21 Ian Auld (Soulsportif)
22 Robin Clegg (Team H & R Block)
23 Josh Krabbe (Edmonton Road & Track Club)
24 Darren Anderson (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
25 Colter Young (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports)
26 Anthony Killick (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
27 Mark McConnell (Synergy Racing)
28 Drew Rapoch
29 Henri De Boever (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes)
30 Justin Kerr (Team H & R Block)
31 Warren Muir (Soulsportif)
32 Trev Williams (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training)
33 Fraser Mills-Connery (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
34 Jordan Cheyne (Russ Hays Accent Inns p/b Pacific Cycling Centre)
35 Ben Wortelboer (Team H & R Block)
36 Scott Laliberte (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports)
37 Tavish Taylor (Kryki Sports / Audi)
38 Kevin Rokosh (Edmonton Road & Track Club)
39 Geoff MacDonald (Edmonton Road & Track Club)
40 Stephen Flanagan (Rideokanagan.com)
41 Cuylar Conly (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports)
42 Zach Heskett (Independent)
43 Connor Wilson (Rideokanagan.com)
44 Eric Jensen (Rundle Mountain Cycling Club)
45 Jared Green (Speed Theory Cycling p/b The Doctrine Training)
46 Chris McGarity (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports)
47 Jonathan Wood (Garneau Evolution) all s.t.
48 Mark Bouthillette (Saskatoon Business College p/b Red Goat Sports) 0:21
49 Jesse Reams (Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes) 0:23

 


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