Hangover October 1, 2012

monday monday…

Hello internet readers and fellow cycling enthusiasts! Today we are going to play a game, and that game is called "Where are those results?".

I have heard Augusto Sanchez won the Pro/1/2 race at the Tour de Fort Lee but I think the full results are stuck in traffic trying to get over the GWB (or scrambling to come up with the $50,000,000 for the toll). I have also been informed that at the Tour de FBF there was a combining of fields and that someone out of the large field won, possibly from a break. Once more info becomes available, I am sure someone will quickly post down in the comments section with claims of being ‘first’ (pro tip: this website tells everyone they were it’s ‘first’, and then you realize it totally lied after it gives you the clap).

Kudos to everyone. You should all get medals, a la ‘try’athletes.


Kylian Sealant

Would just like to emphasize the respectfulness of Eugene’s attack. It was devestatingly polite.

Benjamin Brifter


– Number 1 Amateur Team at the USA Crit Series
– Number 2 overall team
– Number 3 Rider in Series Euris Vidal
– Number 4 or 5 Rider in Series Rafael Merin
– in last night race Rafael 3rd place and Euris 6th……


SPOKEn Lancelot

Maybe Vail was not the best location for a major downtown crit. Ski town in the summer, usually not very packed with residents.


Photo Courtesy of Dieter Drake

Tour of Vail Criterium Results


1. Luke Keough (Team Mountain Khakis / SmartStop)
2. Ken Hanson (Optum Pro
Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)
3. Rafael Meran (CRCA Foundation)
4. Mike Friedman (Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)
5. Kevin Mullervy (Team Exergy)
6. Euris Vidal (CRCA / Foundation)
7. Isaac Howe (Kenda / 5 Hour Energy)
8. Oscar Clark (UnitedHealthcare of Georgia p/b the 706 Project)
9. Jesse Goodrich (Juwi Solar Cycling)
10. Colby Pearce (Horizon Organic / Panache Development)

USA CRITS Championship Series Final Standings


1. Luke Keough, Team Mountain Khakis/SmartStop, 2283 pts
2. Oscar Clark, UnitedHealthcare of Georgia p/b The 706 Project, 2122 pts
3. Euris R. Vidal, CRCA/Foundation, 1893 pts
4. Rafael Meran, CRCA/Foundation, 1773 pts

5. Colin Jaskiewicz, Champion System p/b Stan’s NoTubes/CRCA, 1770 pts
6. Emile Abraham, Rossetti Devo Cycling Team, 1753 pts
7. Gavriel Epstein, Champion System p/b Stan’s NoTubes/CRCA, 1739 pts

8. Jean-Michel Lechance, Rossetti Devo Cycling Team, 1448 pts
9. Isaac Howe, Kenda/5-Hour Evergy Pro Cycling p/b Geargrinder, 1248 pts
10. Ryan Mele, Stan’s NoTubes/AXA Equitable, 1058

Men’s Team

1. Team Mountain
Khakis/SmartStop, 6787 pts
2. CRCA/Foundation,
6561 pts
3. Champion
System p/b Stan’s NoTubes/CRCA,

a$$hole pa-troll

sinep, when you win a W.C. and 3 TdFs, the last 2 with lead shotgun pellets surrounding your heart muscle, which still cause you chronic health problems, and you’re 51 years old, why don’t you come back and post a photo of your own chiseled physique.

Theo Cogset

Such a physique! Too bad you couldn’t win any TdFs.

I guess sandbagging triathlons is okay too.

By the way, LeMond won TWO WCs.

Maxence O-Ring

Rafael was not deported over that incident, deported individuals can’t come back to USA under no circunstaces. He was bringing sexual stimulator pills to make some money,ask M. I. There is a campaign against this guy with no reason. He was tested last year t Presbyterian Race and was negative, the kid works hard, very hard and for no reason people in this forum go back to the 2009 incident. He was not deported or arrested neither fingerpprinted. the negatve campaign has a team deny him a contract.Mengoni People should focus on getting a real team and real races nxt year, half of the riders wont deal with them, stop the BS.

Warre Kevlar

Yeah and a park is going to hand over free land to develop future pro cyclists trained by a group that wouldn’t even fire a coach who was serving a doping suspension.

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