It was an action packed weekend of racing, so I shall waste no time in providing the access to the results you desire.
At Harlem Jake Keogh of the UnitedHealthcare Professional Cycling Team won the pro race ahead of Emile Abraham of the Rossetti Devo Cycling Team and brother Luke Keogh of Team Mountain Khakis/SmartStop, prompting me to mention that the brothers hail from Sandwich, MA, and as true Sandwichers they surrounded Mr. Abraham on the podium.
Laura Van Gilder of Mellow Mushroom won the women's 1/2/3 race. Chase Goldstein of Arc Racing won the cat 2/3 race. Gerard Yeates won the masters 35+ race. Anthony Taylor of Dave Jordan Coaching won the masters 45+ race. Michael Anderson of siggi's/NYVelocity won the cat 4 race. Results are here. Photos are here and here, with more photos certainly to come.
At the Lucarelli & Castaldi Cup on Saturday, Scott Savory of GS Mengoni won the pro/1/2/3 race. Austen Galea of GBSC/Carl Hart won the cat 4 race, and Sebaj Adele of Major Taylor won the cat 5 race. Results are here.
At the CRCA power points race on Saturday, Adam Alexander of Foundation won the A race. Stefan Singer of siggi's/NYVelocity won the B race. Owen Caprell of Sids Bikes won the C race. Results are here. Photos are here.
Homepage photo courtesy Victor Chan.
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