It was a weekend full of all sorts of achievements, so I need to stop playing around with am introduction, and get to the winning (™ Charlie Sheen and every tiresome friend you know).
At the Tour of the Dragons in Bennington, VT, Tim Mitchell of CCB Racing won the overall in the men's pro/1/2 GC.
Marti Shea of Destination Cycling won the women's pro/1/2 GC.
Curtis White of the Hot Tubes Junior Development Cycling Team won the cat 3 overall with David Anthony of BH/Comedy Central second.
Stephanie Wetzelof Paradise Racing won the women's 3/4 GC, Erica Adelberg of Radical Media was second.
In the men's cat 4 GC, Michael Kirby of TargetTraining / Fastar won with JD Gauthier of Bicyle Planet Racing third,
David Gazsi of TeamIFG by Cyclelogik/Endurosport won the masters 40+ GC.
Carl Reglar of Verge Sport / Test Pilot won the masters 50+ race. John Hood of Team Headstrong won the masters 60+ race.
Brendan Rhim of the Killington Mountain School Cycling Team won the juniors 15-15 race.
Brian Trainor of the West Point Triathlon team won the men's cat 5 (under 35) race, with Jake Goodman of CycleLife/GF Capital third. Sean Gilooly of Team Elevate Cycles won the men's cat 5 (35+) race, and Rejean Rochette
won the men's cat 5 45+ race.
At the Robert Ollivierra Memorial Race on Saturday, Gilberth Gomez Valverde of Somerville Bicycle Shop won the men's cat 1/2 race. Andrea Urist of Houlihan Lokey won the women's race. Jose Rosario of the Genesee Valley Cycling Club won the cat 3/4 race. Thomas Cipolla of Bicycle Planet Racing won the masters 45+ race. Samuel Torres won the cat 5 race. Results are here. Photos are here.
At the Race for the wine at FBF on Sunday, it was a Mengoni 1-2-3, with Brian Breach winning ahead of Eugene Boronow and Augusto Sanchez in the pro/1/2/3 race. Lance Sniadowski won the masters race. Ian Lieberman of the CRCA won the cat 4 race. Peter Rup of Mineola Bikes won the cat 5 race. Results are here.
Finally at the Tour of Colt's Neck, Jose Del Rosario of Echelon/Montecci won the cat 3 race. Kimberly Geist of Team Alliance Environmental won the women's cat 1/2/3 race. Jason Walters of Undici/Guardian Coaching Cycling Team won the masters 35-39. Scott Steward of Liberty Cycle won the masters 45-49 race. Steve Gerard of the Atlantic Bicycle Club won the masters 55+ race. Meghan Schloat of the Asphalt Green Cycling Team won the women's cat 4 race. Noah Granigan of Team Somerset won the juniors 15-18 race. Erick Goncalves of the Caffeinated Cyclist Racing p/b Dental Associates at Pitman (which must fit very easily on a jersey front) won the cat 5 race. Results are here.
The weekend happened. As did some bike racing. I will recap what I can find with a very quick search.
It’s another weekend of racing in the area, and, of course, more chances for you to show the world your prowess at bikes.
Many of you did a very difficult race in Central Park this weekend, and I am here to type about it.