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July 12/16 19:55 pm - BC Bike Race: Day 6


Posted by Editoress on 07/12/16
 

Day 6 Presented by Shimano
Squamish
53km / 33 miles
1,944m / 6378ft
Average Time: 4:57hr

 

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For the 10th year the BC Bike Race has come to Squamish and sent an international field of riders on an adventure into the woods in search of trails made famous by the world of mountain bikers. There is a reason Squamish is a bucket list destination for riders the world-over and it has something to do with an unparalleled variety of trails accessible from town. Today’s stage, presented by Shimano, took riders through a checklist of trail styles. From raw, to steep, to machined built jump trails, the variety left no one disappointed.

Today was the day a local would defeat an international field represented by 36 countries. This is where a hometown strong-man can rest where others struggle to adjust to the terrain that holds secrets around each corner and rewards precise wheel placement. Despite the perceived difficulty of the stage Squamish is always voted the favorite day of the event by the riders. It is the most rewarding, because nothing easy was ever worth working for.

 

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There is a reason that Shimano has been a multi year sponsor of the event and has always chosen Squamish as it’s day to stand out. They have a long tradition of product testing at the BCBR, doing product releases, and bringing in their engineers from Japan to be immersed in a global bike culture that is one humming festival of component abuse. There may be no better testing ground in the world. Seven days of every imaginable terrain and rider style, pushing products and bodies to the limit, that is the BC Bike Race in a nutshell.

This year Shimano took the opportunity to do a debut of two new products. Today they released new high end MTB shoes with soles designed by Michelin. They also had top riders on the new Di2 XT electronic drivetrain since the beginning of the week in it’s debut in a competitive environment. The top four riders were all fitted with the newest components at the beginning of the race for some of the best real world testing available.

“Having the brand aligned with an event like this is important. We want to immerse ourselves in MTB culture and this is the heart of it. This is the pinnacle of this type of race. There is probably no better testament of the product than this race.” ~David Blondel, Shimano Marketing Manager

Open Men
“The goal was two steps forward on the descent and one step back on the climbs.”   Quinn Moberg (Rocky Mountain) Winner of Day 6

Three key components that every mountain bike racer needs are fitness, trail skills, and strategy. If you have strategy you can use your strengths and weaknesses to your full advantage for success where pure numbers may not be on your side. Today’s race winner Quinn Moberg, may only be 22 but his strategic skills are sharper than many twice his age. Moberg, who is a local from Squamish, executed his plan without hesitation by entering the opening section of singletrack three corners ahead and proceeded to flow every piece of trail while his opponents’ small mistakes began to stack up a time deficit.

“I wanted to attack before the first descent. I didn’t want anyone around when I was descending because I didn’t want anyone to see how I was being efficient.” Moberg

Spencer Paxson and Cory Wallace (Kona Bikes) had a feeling that Moberg would be attacking from the gun and countered with their own strategy to protect the leaders jersey for Kona. A strong start fell apart at the bottom of Pseudo-Tsuga when Wallace flatted and he told Paxson to continue on when Stephen Ettinger (Ride Biker Alliance/ Focus) and Manuel Weissenbacher (Craft Rocky Mountain) bridged back up as the Kona boys fiddled with a flat tire.

Moberg held his lead and put almost 5 minutes into the rest of the pack while Paxson held off Weissenbacher who got his best finish of the race with a third on the day. Wallace managed to get back into the game and finished at the line one second behind the Austrian.

“I’m gutted for Wally. It was a group of 6 at the beginning of the 7 day’s, then it was a group of 3 and now it's down to two teammates. These races come down to memorable duke-fests with your buddies. It’s as good as it gets.” ~ Paxson

Tomorrow expect to see some friendly competition as the Kona teammates attack each other, while Paxson’s roommate Ettinger brings the Olympic ready legs to the start line. The French Marathon National Champion Frederic Gombert (CycleTyres) has stated his desire to win a stage and will be gunning hard to make that dream come true. It has been a good race all week and the last day in Whistler is on a similar trajectory.

Open Women
Kelli Emmett (Juliana SRAM) stacked her lead heavily again today with a 14 minute gap on second place Sammi Runnels (Ride Biker Alliance). Kaysee Armstrong (LIV Giant) was another 10 minutes in third. Runnels took a small crash in the final kilometers while Armstrong began to feel the efforts of the week and had a classic bonk half way through the day.

 

Faces in the Races

Every year the Kazimirski Law Corporation and the BC Bike Race give away one entry for the race to a BC resident who has been voted by their peers as exceptional contributors to their cycling communities. It’s an opportunity to recognize those who operate with passion to make their community better through things such as trails, programming and advocacy.

This year’s winner is Jessie McGarrigle from Nanaimo BC, a long time member of the Nanaimo Mountain Bike Club. She was elected by her community for her work as a trail advocate, a leader of group rides, and a promoter of more women on mountain bikes.

“I was not prepared. I did not at any point think I was going to win it. I knew the names of the other people who were nominated and I felt for sure they were going to win it. When sister-in law called and told me I won, I said won what?” ~ McGarrigle

It was obvious upon meeting her that she has a boundless energy that is often found in motivated community members who dedicate much of their time to their tribe. Despite after six days of racing a race she only learned 4 months ago that she would be doing, her enthusiasm for the experience she unexpectedly found herself in was punctuated by laughter and an appreciation for the entire experience.

“Huge thank you to all the volunteers and organizers. It’s a massive honor to be nominated for something like this and then to actually get it is shocking, so to be able to come out and ride some of the best singletrack is rad.” ~ McGarrigle

When asked what her secret race motivation is she thought and named two things. One was the jar of dill pickles she has waiting for her at the end of the day and the other are the people around her. “When I start to get really tired I start to ask people that are passing me where they're from and it’s been absolutely fascinating learning there's people from all over the world who are here. On day one in Cumberland I was riding with a lady and she had never ridden in the rain before.”

As an experienced volunteer she talked about her appreciation for the people who make the BC Bike Race happen and has made a personal commitment to volunteering at next year's race.

Report by Harlan Price

Photos: Margus Riga, Todd Weselake, Erik Peterson, Dave Silver, Norma Ibarra

 

 

Results

Solo Women
1 Kelli Emmett (USA) Juliana/SRAM/Lululemon 3:24:14
2 Sammi Runnels (USA) Ride biker alliance 3:38:05
3 Kaysee Armstrong (United States) Kona Super Grassroots 3:48:44
4 Nadege Vetterli (Switzerland) THE BIKE BARN Penticton 3:56:08
5 Yvonne Waltert (Switzerland) Vasbyt 3:58:34
6 Carley Gabbott (Canada) 4:24:05
7 Liz Brown (Canada) 4:24:31
8 Amy Smith (USA) 4:24:57
9 Brady Greening 4:29:15
10 Paula Keohan (ireland) 4:29:49
11 Erin Reis (USA) 4:30:58
12 Debbie Wright (Canada) 4:33:47
13 Liz Pane (USA) Juliana Bicycles 5:06:08
14 Jessie McGarrigle (Canada) 5:15:21
15 Danielle Bernadet (Canada) 5:20:17
16 Claire Lewis (Canada) 5:20:57
17 Erin Hartnett (Canada) 5:35:12
18 Nicole Formosa (United States) Bike Magazine 5:45:14
19 Katrina Langenderfer (usa) 5:54:34
20 Angela Abbey (Canada) 5:55:52
21 Amy Rambacher (USA) The Path Race Team 6:18:55
22 Dimity Gannon (Australia) 6:20:14
23 Meghan Archer (Australia) Meghan Archer 6:21:17
 
Solo Men
1 Quinn Moberg (Canada) Rocky Mountain Factory Team 2:43:38
2 Spencer Paxson (USA) Kona Endurance Team 2:48:30
3 Manuel Weissenbacher (Austria) CRAFT - ROCKY MOUNTAIN FACTORY 2:49:20
4 Cory Wallace (Canada) KONA Factory Racing 2:49:21
5 Fredzric Gombert (France) Cycletyres.com 2:49:33
6 Stephen Ettinger (USA) RideBiker Alliance 2:50:35
7 Ssnke Wegner (Germany) world of mtb 2:55:43
8 Greg Day (Canada) Rocky Mountain Factory Team 2:58:11
9 Tristan Uhl (USA) Biketuhl 2:58:48
10 Andreas Hartmann (Germany) CRAFT - ROCKY MOUNTAIN FACTORY 3:01:26
11 Andreas Hestler (Canada) Rocky Mountain Bikes 3:02:58
12 Karl Blattmann (Canada) 3:05:01
13 Chris Benson (Canada) 3:05:25
14 Samuel Kummrow (Switzerland) THE BIKE BARN Penticton 3:05:59
15 Ricardo Creel (Mexico) CZ Racing 3:07:00
16 Blake Ramsden (Canada) Steed Cycles / Raceface / WORC 3:09:16
17 Dylan Wolsky (Australia) Nomads 3:09:36
18 Cameron Chambers (USA) Tour de Heart / Boston Scienti 3:15:59
19 Sam Whittingham (Canada) Naked Bicycles 3:16:57
20 Jason Martin (Canada) 3:17:58
21 Pat Pero (Lac-Beauport) LB-Cycle / Genetik 3:19:52
22 Brent Wood (USA) Team Swollen Balls 3:22:15
23 Justin Pane 3:22:32
24 Roland Mueller (Seitzerland) Skypixx 3:23:08
25 Paul Hanson (USA) Nicollet Bike Shop PodiumWear 3:23:35
26 Rob Janousek (Canada) 3:24:12
27 David Howard (united states) 3:24:25
28 Antoine Pelletier (Canada) 3:27:26
29 Carsten Ivany (Canada) Team Giant Vancouver/Pedal Mag 3:27:30
30 Roberto Espinosa (MEXICO) Zagreb Sol MTB 3:30:47
31 Mario Rojas (colombia) Russi 3:30:48
32 Lasse Jung Nielsen (Denmark) MTBK-Silkeborg 3:33:42
33 Alexander Kramer 3:33:55
34 Manuel Ballesteros (MEXICO) 3:35:45
35 Matt Grossnickle (Canada) Cycle Therapy 3:37:14
36 James Batty (USA) Stages Cycling 3:37:14
37 Anthony Smith (Canada) Bike Magazine 3:38:14
38 Blake Wiebe (canada) L-Char 3:40:33
39 Michael Goodman (Canada) Glotman Simpson Cycling 3:43:55
40 Alexis Hernandez (Peru) H-BROTHERS 3:45:02
41 Rodrigo Gonzalez Balsa (Mexico) DISC 3:45:27
42 David Grant (USA) 3:49:38
43 Nicholas Adsero (USA) Recycled cycles racing 3:49:39
44 Pedro Neto (Brazil) 3:50:06
45 Rommell Mendoza (Canada) Rommell Mendoza 3:50:16
46 Chin Mun Leong (Singapore) 3:51:02
47 Luke Wood (USA) 3:51:06
48 Eric Dulong (Canada) Mathieu Performance 3:51:38
49 Kevin Shiflett (United States) 3:51:54
50 Peter Gierlich (Germany) 3:52:43
51 Ka Fai Fung (HONG KONG) 3:54:13
52 Johann Koenig (USA) Thaddeus 3:54:34
53 Andrew Jauquet (USA) Avout Racing 3:54:35
54 Diego Bricelo (Peru) MTB Fino 3:55:59
55 Gzrard Joliat (Switzerland) #vccjoliatcycles 3:56:27
56 Hui Huang Chua (Singapore) 3:56:31
57 Tom Schofield (England) Olive & Daisy - www.oliveandda 3:57:50
58 Ryan Daines (Australia) 3:58:57
59 Steve Dysievick (Canada) 3:59:05
60 Patrick Burr (canada) j.f.d.i 3:59:07
61 Julien Donzz (Switzerland) #vccjoliatcycles 4:00:59
62 Rowan Thornton (A) l 4:01:34
63 Javier Herrera (mexico) lobos del desierto 4:02:05
64 Eric Stull 4:03:02
65 Omar Ricardo Montoya (COLOMBIA) BIKE TECH 4:03:13
66 Adrian Doolittle (Canada / US) Knackered Tires 4:03:38
67 Ricardo Fernandini (@richardfp88) 4:04:11
68 Steve Langenderfer (United States o) 4:05:06
69 Reinout De Mey (Belgium) Swooth MTB Shop 4:06:14
70 Simon Coulter (Canada) 4:06:45
71 Luis Plasencia Rivas (Mexico) Tribu 4:08:48
72 Rasmus Kronbor Jakobsen (Denmark) MTBK-Silkeborg 4:10:59
73 Victor Renzo Rodriguez (Peru) 4:13:36
74 Mark Brooks (UK) 4:13:54
75 Matthew Wimmer (USA) Avout Racing 4:14:54
76 Luis Herbruger (Guatemala) Osobank 4:14:59
77 Pieter Erwee (South Africa) 4:15:26
78 Yuzo Kawai (Japan) 4:15:55
79 Simon Whitehead (United Kingdom) 4:16:57
80 Kevin Tan (Dubai) Dubai Crankworx 4:22:03
81 Dirk Vobbe (germany) Rose Bikes 4:24:03
82 Bertrand Durand (New Caledonia) 4:24:17
83 Alejandro Diaz (Mexico) Buenos Diaz 4:25:03
84 Michael Wolf (Canada) 4:25:47
85 Piotr Wiktorczyk (USA) Verdigris-Village CX Team 4:26:14
86 Danie Van Tonder (South Africa) 4:28:04
87 Ben Morgan (UK) 4:28:52
88 Marcelo Silva (Brazil) Pelot‹o da Perdidas 4:29:03
89 Carlos Salazar (Colombia) Asisa 4:31:23
90 Chris Durand 4:31:41
91 Allan Campbell (Canada) 4:32:13
92 John Luttmann (Guatemala) 4:32:14
93 Rob Wood 4:33:20
94 Chris Casson (USA) 4:34:14
95 Gabriel Pinto (Costa Rica) Team Pura Vida 4:36:04
96 Jeremy Davis (USA) Team Davis 4:37:51
97 Rene Robert (USA) 4:38:40
98 Pablo Gonzalez Delmar (Mexico) es correcto 4:39:16
99 Ryan Koenig (Canada) 4:39:44
100 Brandon Wagar (Canada) 4:42:49
101 Erik-Jan Muts (The Netherlands) 4:46:14
102 Jeroen Verstraaten 4:46:14
103 Jonathon Eaton (Ireland) 4:47:55
104 Kevin Nesbitt (Canada) Team Falls-a-lot 4:48:05
105 Weston Luzadder (USA) SRAM | RockShox 4:51:32
106 John Figliolini (United States) Acidotic Racing 4:51:56
107 Jeremy Stepper (Canada) 4:52:38
108 Nick Wood (United Kingdom) 4:53:27
109 Wes Williams (USA) 4:55:24
110 Yan Paquin (Canada) Phat Basturds 4:56:30
111 Alberto E Sanchez Aguirre (Mexico) KON3 4:57:41
112 Hugo Oliveras (Mexico) Lobos del Desierto 5:00:23
113 Gregory Tokarsky (USA) 5:04:26
114 Steven Righton (Australia) Team Steve 5:06:24
115 Rodrigo Bonilla Escanes (Mexico) es correcto 5:07:41
116 Jeff Young (USA) Team Harbour Air 5:10:45
117 Peter Reid (Canada) Mischief Bikes 5:10:55
118 Franco De Giov Pardo (mexico) es correcto 5:12:14
119 Rodrigo Braun (mexico) 5:12:34
120 Chris Davies (Canada) 5:15:30
121 Sacha Hunkeler (Switzerland) but cycling 5:15:33
122 Bernhard Glessing (Austria) sportograf.com 5:16:42
123 Tom Janas (Germany) SPORTOGRAF.COM 5:16:43
124 Etienne Lessard (Lac-Beauport) LB-Cycle 5:16:55
125 Nicholas Rauch (Australia) 5:20:14
126 Lars Grunwald (germany) 5:21:11
127 Daniel Hernandez (PERU) H-BROTHERS 5:24:26
128 Erik Rodriguez (eastshoredrive) 5:29:30
129 Aidan Jones (Canada) 5:34:22
130 Roberto Fernandez (MEXICO) ES CORRECTO 5:40:41
131 Brian Stokes 5:43:09
132 James Bobbett (USA) 5:43:36
133 Mike Rydell (USA) 5:45:17
134 Steve Langenderfer 5:54:34
135 Jappe Buijs 5:55:01
136 Mads Hoffmann (Denmark) MTBK-Silkeborg 6:02:02
137 Dennys Passeto (Brazil / USA) 6:04:06
138 Rami El Rayess (USA) Slouch Racing 6:09:29
139 Brent Stallo (United States) The Lost Kittens 6:15:59
140 Guy Streeter (Australia) 6:16:02
141 Scott Hopke (USA) 6:16:25
142 David Bulmer (England) 6:17:39
143 Fernando Escanes Tamez 6:20:00
144 Greg Hopke (USA) 6:20:33
145 Jiahan Huang (singapore) 6:22:18
146 Luis Rivera (USA) NYCMTB 6:22:18
147 Michael Bellamy (Australia) Lil Ninja 6:27:09
148 Darryl Marlatt 6:29:21
149 Jeremiah Stieben 6:29:47
150 David Rodriguez (Puerto Rico) Atletas Part-Time 6:16:08
 
Solo Masters Men
1 Eric Tourville (Canada) Hype Ski Velo 2:59:49
2 Dwayne Kress (Canada) 3:01:23
3 Colm McGarvey (Ireland) EPIC MTB 3:03:49
4 Udo Bolts (Germany) Factory Team Craft Rocky Mount 3:05:49
5 Morten Solvang (Norway) 3:05:55
6 Chris Christie (Canada) @christieimages 3:05:55
7 Christian Gauvin 3:09:05
8 Sebastian Kellermayr (Austria) 3:10:54
9 Carsten Bresser (Germany) factory craft-Rocky Mountain 3:11:23
10 Jay Menning (Canada) 3:11:28
11 Dave Crewe (Canada) Ei3 Audio Visual 3:14:32
12 Christopher Kelly (UK) Nourish Balance Thrive 3:15:53
13 Jorn Almberg (Norway) 3:16:07
14 Skule Smorgrav (Norway) 3:17:34
15 Rune Hoias (Norway) 3:18:23
16 Ivan Cabalas (spain) 1 Km + 3:21:06
17 Daniel Ingerdal (SWEDEN) NYCMTB/NYC VELO 3:21:32
18 John Westdal (Canada) 3:24:06
19 Jorn Ove Hansen (Norway) 3:25:08
20 Mike Brain (England) Matlock CC 3:25:56
21 Nathan Vanderkuip (Canada) Pivotal Health 3:28:55
22 Thomas Kleven (Norway) 3:28:58
23 John Clews (Australia) 3:29:46
24 Stein Vegar Larsen (Norway) Team Norway 3:31:49
25 Finn-Vegard Nordhagen (Norway) 3:31:53
26 Jon-Henrik Handley (Norway) Team Norway 3:33:28
27 Paul Rapinz (USA) 50X15 Cycling 3:33:55
28 Alistair Abdai (Canada) ABC Engineering 3:39:55
29 Pierre Burrin (Switzerland) Ovronnaz 3:39:57
30 Trevor Wallace (Canada) 3:41:19
31 Craig Furlong (Canada) 3:41:27
32 Alex Knowles (USA) 3:41:45
33 Brad Pauly (USA) 3:41:48
34 Steven Williams (USA) Recycled Cycles Racing 3:44:25
35 Charles Russell (Canada) Independent 3:45:10
36 Rafael Navarro Grau 3:45:30
37 Trent Basarsky (USA) 3:46:21
38 Pablo Maldonado (Peru) 3:47:43
39 Dominique Van Der Bruggen (Belgium) VDB Alu-Team 3:48:32
40 Kerry Oxenham (New Zealand) 3:48:51
41 John Foley (USA) CycleLoft 3:50:45
42 Renzo Munoz (Peru) 3:51:53
43 Philip McNamara (Ireland) Team Mac 3:52:38
44 Colin Brumelle (Canada) 3:59:04
45 John Lam (Canada) FYidoctors 4:00:16
46 Sacha Petancic (Usa) 4:01:03
47 Mike Dixon (USA) 50x15 4:02:38
48 Emilio Llosa (Peru) KTT 4:04:12
49 Scott Pearse (cana) 4:05:24
50 Filip Wojcikowski (Poland / US) Bountiful Bicycle Racing p/b M 4:05:33
51 Tom Harant (US) 4:06:14
52 James Lee (USA) 4:08:27
53 Craig Crowter (Canada) Woodcock Cycleworks 4:09:01
54 Jan Lebenhagen (Canada) FYi Doctors 4:10:01
55 Dany Morin (Canada) "Rechapage 2000 4:11:02
56 Mark Saxon (Australia) 4:11:17
57 Andres Orams (Peru) 4:12:26
58 Rob Doyle (Canada) 4:13:02
59 Xaver Dubler (Switzerland) 4:13:02
60 Steve Kulla (Canada) 4:13:29
61 Harold Gomard (USA) Quadzilla 4:14:08
62 Juan Carlos Noriega (Peru) 4:15:54
63 Shane Snyder (USA) 4:16:14
64 Jun Sunseri (USA) 4:20:36
65 Jason Lycklama (Canada) 4:21:55
66 Jeffrey Smyth (Canada) BikeSmyth 4:21:59
67 Morton Dennis (Canada) Fix healthcare & OBB 4:22:33
68 David Cole (Canada) 4:22:36
69 David McCrimmon (USA) Cycle Loft 4:26:38
70 Vincent Lord (Canada) 4:28:04
71 Ruedi Wyrsch (Switzerland) 4:28:06
72 Robert Redmon (USA) Espresso Racing 4:28:43
73 Nick Cofod (United States) 4:29:09
74 Scott Wright (Canada) 4:31:04
75 Paul Wyminga (Canada) redbike 4:31:14
76 Carlos Perez Urriago (Colombia) Bike tech 4:33:45
77 Adam Diciacca (Canada) 4:35:48
78 Matthew Lennox-King (Canada) 4:38:34
79 Mike Hughes (Canada) 4:38:43
80 Jerome Delpuch (usa) 4:39:06
81 Cheehan Tee (Singapore) 4:39:53
82 Aric Hartley (Canada) Cyclemeisters/Bow Cycle 4:41:27
83 Jan Gulbrandsen (Norway) TFE 2016 4:41:34
84 Nathan Knezacek (Canada) 4:46:06
85 Eric Rorapaugh (USA) SMP 4:46:36
86 Joshua Simpson (USA) Recycled Cycles Racing 4:47:20
87 Andy Pellowe (New Zealand) 4:49:05
88 James Jackson (England) 4:49:21
89 Michel Mocellini (Switzerland) Skypixx 4:51:53
90 Alex Shore (USA) Acidotic Racing 4:52:00
91 John McMahon (USA) 4:52:17
92 Ugo Pallavicini (Brazil) UGOSEMH 4:52:38
93 Jiri Skopalek (Canada) 4:56:21
94 Andrew Moyler (Australia) 4:56:29
95 Robert Ern (USA) Brick City Bicycles 4:58:17
96 Dan Greatley (United Kingdom) 4:59:10
97 Galen Pewtherer (USA) Dirt Sandwich 4:59:34
98 Luis Alarcon Yturbide (Mexico) Lobos del Desierto 5:00:00
99 Erick Navarrete (Mexico) 5:00:13
100 Rob Bell (Canada) Phat Basturds 5:00:32
101 Alexandre Isoppo (Brazil) 5:01:15
102 David Holz (Brazil) 5:01:53
103 Cory Tomlinson (Canada) 5:04:50
104 Jason Wade (United States o) 5:08:41
105 Mike Kunz (USA) 5:11:00
106 Kenn Dubeau (Canada) Short Punchy Climb 5:11:01
107 Klyf Baldock (United Kingdom) 5:11:24
108 David Piriou (New caledonia) New caledonia 5:11:24
110 Jaret Blowers (Canada) 5:11:29
111 Damon Steele (USA) 5:13:24
112 Matt McCartney (Canada) 5:19:06
113 Sergio Jamaica (M?xico) 5:20:46
114 Adam Vital (United State's) 5:24:13
115 David Wright (South Africa) 5:24:17
116 Jan Joubert (United Kingdom) 5:24:18
117 Allen Madore (Canada) 5:25:12
118 Luis Vargas (Peru) 5:26:03
119 Marc Garoutte (USA) EPIC RACING 5:26:22
120 Chi Wei Yap (Singapore) 5:29:29
121 Andres Cabrerizo (Peru) 5:33:30
122 Radek Burkat (Canada) 5:35:01
123 Jose Diaz (PUERTO RICO) 5:35:16
124 Greg Larson (USA) Redline Studios 5:40:41
125 Cornelius Schoonees 5:42:27
126 Maarten Van Dantzich (Netherlands) Team 678 5:52:03
127 Charles Wates (United Kingdom) 5:53:08
128 Bryan Rooney (US) 5:53:42
129 E n r i q u e N o d a r s e 5:55:05
130 Holger Laas (Germany) Laas Racing Team 5:56:02
131 Dan Schick (Canada) 6:01:37
132 Mark Seel (Canada) WoodCock Cycle Works 6:05:05
133 Jose Frisancho (Peru) Motion 6:08:49
134 Luiz Forjaz (Brazil) 6:11:33
135 Thomas Rambacher (USA) The Path Bike Shop 6:13:55
136 Diranne Lee-Renwick (Australia) 6:18:07
137 Robert Fontecchio (USA) 6:20:14
138 Tony Petrarca (canada) 6:22:19
139 Carlos Pittaluga (Venezuela) 6:25:14
140 Mike Simmons 6:30:44
141 Jared Hartman (usa) 6:33:08
 
Solo Masters Women
1 Nicole Goebel (U.S.A.) Team Mac 4:06:22
2 Christine Soucy (Canada) Hype Ski V?lo 4:08:26
3 Lauren Costantini (USA) 4:24:30
4 Shelagh Coutts (Canada) 4:38:42
5 Jenni Gaertner (USA) Vertical Earth 4:42:07
6 Sandra Garnier (saint martin) ASM 4:45:12
7 Anne Spalding (United States) Knackered Tyres 4:53:57
8 Linda Harris (US) Velo Girls 5:07:09
9 Joanne Lennon (Canada) 5:14:34
10 Lisa Allan (Canada) 5:14:35
11 Cheryl Smyth (Canada) 5:19:42
12 Colleen Keyland (Canada) 5:35:01
13 Shea Colpitts (Canada) FYidoctors 5:37:30
14 Catherine Patchell (canada) 5:55:55
15 Jennifer Holmes (Canada) 5:58:18
16 Kara Neil (Canada) None 6:23:53
 
Solo Veterans Men
1 Ted Russo (canada) openroad autogroup 3:14:34
2 Lorenzo Milesi (Svizzera) Balmelli Sport Lugano 3:29:14
3 Anders Stromsvaag (Norway) Team Norway 3:36:28
4 Eduardo Soares (Brazil) TREK 3:40:37
5 Greg Heyes (Canada) Ryders 3:46:36
6 Francesco Gandola (Switzerland) 3:49:57
7 Ian Cartwright (United Kingdom) LiteOption/Torq 3:51:11
8 Richard Humphries 3:51:16
9 Christian Cleve-Hansen (Norway) 3:54:53
10 Ronan Garnier (saint martin fr) ASM sxm mountain bikers 4:00:09
11 Phorest Bateson (UK) Knackered Tyres 4:03:11
12 Tim Dunn (canada) B.O.M.B 4:04:32
13 Dag Willems (South Africa) 4:06:59
14 Robert Kehoe (Ireland) Fixx Rouleurs 4:09:05
15 Graeme Fitch (Canada) Harbour Air 4:09:32
16 Tony Painter (canada) 4:10:53
17 Thomas Rinehart (United States) Nicollet Bike Shop 4:11:44
18 Glenn Neilson (Canada) 4:12:09
19 Claude Richard (Canada) 4:15:39
20 Robert Estes (United States) 4:21:44
21 Chris Conroy yeticonroy 4:28:00
22 Rick Odegaard (canada) 4:28:05
23 Jean-Marc Lepage (France) Bahala na 4:28:10
24 Ernesto Jochamowitz (Peru) Specialized Peru 4:28:14
25 Pierre Barron (Peru) KTT 4:37:19
26 Darren Dueck (Canada) 4:40:18
27 Robert Desourdy (Canada) St-Hubert BBQ 4:40:53
28 Bob Faulkner (Canada) 4:40:59
29 Richard Dustan (Canada) Gypsy Wagon Racing 4:40:59
30 Rich Stelling (New Zealand) 4:42:44
31 Eric Floe (Canada) RBC Wealth Management 4:44:00
32 Ron Faithfull (USA) Faithfull 4:54:09
33 Helio Masuyama (Brazil) TcheBikeRS 4:54:21
34 Juerg Guggisberg (Switzerland) Guggitours 4:58:00
35 Cameron Brown (Australia) Team Safety 5:00:03
36 Scott McCallum (Canada) 5:00:46
37 Juan Jose Cauvi (Peru) 5:10:28
38 John Easton (United States) 5:13:05
39 Gianfranco Ferrari (Peru) KTT 5:13:05
40 Cesar Rivero (Peru) 5:14:20
41 Henry Silva Moncada (COLOMBIA) BIKE TECH 5:15:38
42 Eric Anderson (USA) Eric's Wicked Seasoning 5:16:00
43 Conrad Vetsch (Canada) FYidoctors 5:17:34
44 Ian Hobson (canada) 5:17:37
45 Carlo Salsi (Peru) 5:19:54
46 Jeff Jones (Canada) 5:21:10
47 Peter Felber (Switzerland) Matriarch 5:24:17
48 Paul Chuljian (United States) Eric's Wicked Seasoning 5:28:27
49 Shigetoshi Kaiya (japan) akebi 5:31:06
50 Simon Harbour (UK) 5:35:51
51 David Melnik (USA) Melnik Ventures 5:43:53
52 Terrell Richards (United States) Marty's Cycle 5:46:39
53 Dennis Hills (CANADA) Tri and Run Sports 5:47:27
54 Richard Abercrombie (United States) Trampled By Turtles 5:57:21
55 Kerry Ward (USA) 6:01:31
56 Martin Rojas (USA) 6:01:35
57 Federico Meier (peru) 6:03:21
58 Hans Kuper (Canada) 6:04:13
59 Steve Truitt (USA) 6:16:24
60 Barry Lester (Canada) Fyidoctors 6:22:41
61 Marc Lucero (United States) 6:23:11
62 Joe Campbell (UK) Dorking Cocks 6:27:06
63 David Piotrowski (USA) 6:31:21
64 Ken Coopland (Canada) 6:32:11
 
Solo Veterans Women
1 Juliet Plumb (Australia) 4:00:02
2 Mandy Hancock (New Zealand) Kiwivelo 4:21:40
3 Rebecca Kauffman (USA) 5:04:34
4 Caroline Lamont 5:24:40
5 Jan Downing (Canada) 6:19:48
6 Heidi Dohse (USA) Tour de Heart / Boston Scienti 6:32:40
 
Teams of 2 (Open Men)
1 Martin Roy/Dominic Jean (Can) Team SportOlympe 3:31:55
2 Matthew Koleba/Shawn Barden (Can) Rolling Blunder 3:48:35
3 Ian Cadman/Sam Snelling (Aus) Team Safety 3:54:09
4 Martin Bussiere/Samuel Bouchard (Can) LB Cycle 2 4:14:55
5 Murray Smith/Martin Alberts (Can) Clothesline 4:22:17
6 Helge Nordennhof/Karsten Nordenhof (Denmark /Canada) Team Nordenhof 2 4:27:31
7 Neil Robertson/Ben Rix (Can) Revolution Cycle 4:37:03
8 Frederik Steyn/Peter John Vertue (Can) Duo South 4:37:15
9 Kirk Aoyagi/Thomas A Martinez (USA) OWLUC 4:47:09
10 Erik Smuts/Mark Bowman (RSA) Africans 4:51:20
11 Michael Davies/Michael Beaupre (Can) Mike and Mike 5:00:45
12 Paul Littlefield/Trevor Barrington (USA) CycleWerx 5:04:45
13 Drew Phillips/Jason Campbell (USA) philips campbell 5:04:52
14 Jeroen Verstraaten/Jappe Buijs (Ned) Sjakies 5:55:03
15 Daan De Waard/Gareth Morrison (Aus/RSA) MiX Telematics 6:05:06
16 Mark Beaudry/Matt Rotroff (USA) Team WPBP 6:28:24
 
Teams of 2 (Open Women)
1 Bobbi Handford/Lisa Floe (Canada) "Sistahs ""R""" 4:05:35
2 Kirsten Jensen/Leah Kiviat (USA) Queens of Dirt / Jack's Bicycl 4:14:11
3 Kelly Mapleston/Linda Corrigan (Australia) We got this 5:20:59
4 Joanna Reardon/Diana Daghofer (Canada) Jo Mamma 5:38:20
 
Teams of 2 (Open Mixed)
1 Justin Rinehart/Jenna Rinehart ((USA)) Nicollet Bike 3:38:11
2 Norbert Geisler/Natascha Binder ((Germany)) r2-bike.com MTB Racing 3:51:33
3 Martine Stenbro/Jorgen Ertnes ((Norway)) Team Ibis Norway 3:52:56
4 Tobias Woggon/Julia Hofmann ((Germany)) EVOC 4:03:45
5 Shawna Palanuk/Joel Palanuk ((USA)) Blazin Saddles 4:04:36
6 Derek Yates/Helen Yates ((Australia)) Superfriends 4:37:54
7 Christi Pienaar/Fritz Pienaar ((South Africa)) Advenduance 4:43:54
8 Patricia Winchell/Brad Winchell ((Canada)) Three Kids at Home 4:46:58
9 Nicola Mitchell/Peter Mitchell ((New zealand)) The Mitchells 4:50:08
10 Fernando Villar Ferra/Irene Montaner Rosell ((Spain)) Triasport 5:05:07
11 Douglas Robbins/Suzy Robbins ((USA)) Qball and Chain 5:05:53
12 Dan O'Day/Jennifer O'Day ((Canada)) Team BroKen Bikes 5:06:53
13 Maria Robles/Juan Gonzalez ((MEXICO)) SWIPE 5:28:58
14 John Griffiths/Shauna Griffiths ((USA)) G-Team 5:37:14
15 Liz Ormsby/Mark Sweatman ((United Kingdom)) Spin Sisters/The Hub 5:55:06
16 Michelle Suplick/Jay Prudente ((USA)) Trestle Bridge Duo 5:59:30
17 Anne Langmaid/Timothy Langmaid ((England/Wales)) Sinister Dexter 6:03:14
18 Roman Reich/Daniela Germann ((Switzerland)) 50's 6:11:16
19 Charles Koehler/Ring Stonechild ((Canada)) Charing 6:13:43
20 Shelly James/Ed Wise ((USA)) 2AKDBLNickels 6:25:39
 
Teams of 2 (Veteran 80+)
1 Brian Lopes/Joe Lawwill ((usa)) Lawwill/Lopes 3:25:47
2 Alvaro Castro/Daniel Roura ((Peru)) Specialized Peru 3:29:49
3 Dan McDougall/James Rogers ((Canada)) Jet Boys 3:36:13
4 Netzer Quan/Rodolfo Carrillo (Guatemala) Elretodelquetzal.com 3:40:55
5 Braden Kappius/Russell Kappius ((USA)) Clif Bar / Kappius Components 3:45:08
6 Lev Stryker/Kyle Schmid ((USA)) BendOverans 3:49:30
7 Jean-Yves Hudon/Shayne Arsenault ((Canada)) Trail rippers 3:51:05
8 Werner Gerntholtz/Jacobus Grobbelaar ((Canada)) Pneumolorax 3:56:41
9 Cameron Stewart/Stuart MacGregor ((Australia)) Bike Benders 4:00:46
10 Andy Dilkes/Andy Smallman ((England)) S&D Race Team 4:03:42
11 Ernst Schmidt/Peter Repetti ((USA)) Knackered 4:06:12
12 James Durand/Jeremy Latham ((Canada)) Swicked Cycles 4:17:45
13 Dan Giberson/Ryan Krauss ((Canada)) Natural High 4:23:15
14 Peter McIntyre/Randy McInnis ((NZL/Can)) RMB/Ride9 4:28:03
15 Russell Brewer/Colin Koszman ((Canada)) Red Listed 4:28:15
16 Giovanni Acunto/Dario Monticone ((Italy)) Cinghialotti 4:30:50
17 Ricardo Gimon/Jose Luis Revenga ((Venezuela)) Supercaleta 1 4:35:38
18 Rob Laird/Jon Mawer ((Canada)) Unicorn Ranch Racing 4:46:48
19 Barry Padgett/Franco Audia ((USA)) Killer Bees 5:09:53
20 James Nesler/Ben Nesler ((USA)) Boyz in the Wood 5:29:25
21 Kin Pong Ho/Dave Chan ((Hong Kong) kin + kin 5:39:27
22 Keon Bernier/Jeff Musson ((canada)) Tri and Run 5:46:44
23 Rory Dickson/Alastair Nimmons ((Sco/Irl)) CELTIC MAMILS 5:49:59
 
Teams of 2 (Veteran 100+)
1 Jeannot Desaulniers/Dean Etienne (Canada) Twins 3:49:37
2 Pius Pest/Ulrich Sattelberger (Germany) Best Agers 4:12:42
3 Eduardo Llach/Dan Swanson (El Salvador) Krome Velo 4:24:02
4 David Price/Joel Johnston (Canada) Fire & Vice 4:25:59
5 Barry Warnes/John Wild (Australia) Kiwi and Kangaroo 5:21:43
6 John Grubbs/Robert Wassmer (USA) Kinetic Cycles 6:36:01

 

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