If I were to describe my enthusiasm about typing about bike in the terms of ebbing and flowing, I would describe this current patch as an "ebb"—definitely an ebb. Mostly I just want to post pictures of dogs, if I am to be honest. But we must reward the obsessiveness of a small subculture of athletes, so here we go.
At the 2012 New York Cycling Series / Big Apple Bicycle Classic Sponsored By Team Axis And Axis Theater Company in Prospect Park, Adam Alexander of Foundation won the cat 1/2/3 race. Caryl Gale of Wonder Wheels (I think) won the women's race. Jan Micko of Bicycle Planet Racing won the masters 40+ race. Austin Galea of GBSC/Bialostok Chiropractic CT won the cat 4/5 race. Results are here. Photos are here.
At the FBF Time Trial & TTT presented by Lucarelli & Castaldi at Floyd Bennett Field, Michael Boardman of BH/Comedy Central won the men's pro/1/2/3 ITT. Raquel Miller of Houlihan Lokey won the women's cat 1/2 ITT. Tim Ward of Hastings Velo won the men's cannibal. Ellen Reichel of Babylon Bike won the women's cannibal. Matt Seaton of Rapha Racing won the masters 40+ ITT. David Carr of Setanta won the masters 50+ ITT. Brittlee Bowman of Innervation won the women's cat 3/4 ITT. Christopher Deluco of Team Danbury Audi won the men's cat 4 ITT. Knowl Johnson of the CRCA won the men's cat 5 ITT. Results are here. Photos are here.
Special thanks to Victor Chan for the photos of the doggie for the homepage.
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