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- I was wondering what everyone's favorite Bubba race was this year? I loved the flat Simpson course, the hills at Queeny, & racing in the snow today. I wanted to thank everyone at Big Shark for putting on the Bubba series and the state race! Maddie
- Vlaamse Druivencross Overijse: Nys Wins for Fourth Consecutive Year, Compton Victorious at “The Mother of All Crosses”
- i have a bontrager rear single speed specific wheel for sale. had 2 wheels, one with a bad hub and good rim the other with a bad rim and good hub, so i combined the two good parts into this. the rim is a bontrager mustang rim which is what came stock on a 2012 superfly AL elite, and the hub is a single speed bontrager hub from a trek rig. the decals started to peel, so i took them off. good solid rim and hub, the bearings are smooth, and i overhauled the freehub body while i was building it. looking to get $75. has a skewer and rim strip.
- Full Sram Force Group including carbon crank. In mint condition. Used less than 10 rides. 20 speed version.
- Just got home from St. Louis and wanted to thank Mike and all his crew for a great course and venue for the state championship race. I'd seen pictures and heard stories about St. Vincent and the "Stairway to Doom". The course had a little of everything and didn't favor one type of a rider over the other. Mother nature may have thrown a curve to riders that are not use to riding snow but the course tracked in well and after seeing all the discussion about which type of bike this course might favor, I have to say it was a "great cross bike course" and leave it at that.
Always great to see the St. Louis crowd and compare notes. Good crowd in the masters 50+. I owe Rick Bass a big apology for crashing into him in the sandpit on the warm up. Just glad no injuries and broken bike parts.
Got to meet "thistlegirl" and tell her how impressed I have been with her results posting. From course lay out and construction, registration, officiating, posting, and then course clean up, it can't be done without great volunteers. Thanks to all of you that do what you do to allow me to ride my bike.
If you looking for more cross close to the holidays and will be on the west side of the state, you might want to check out the KCA schedule for info on the 3 races that will close out 2013.
The masters classes always have good fields at these holiday races and for those of you wanting to keep sharp for Nationals, here you go.
Good luck on the rest of your cross season.
- 1. Shawn Milne, Keough Cyclocross, 1:04:07
- 2. Michael Garrigan, Van Dessel-Shimano, 1:04:12
- 3. Robert Marion, American Classic, 1:04:13
- 4. Justin Lindine, Redline-NBX, 1:04:24
- 5. Curtis White, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:05:24
- 6. Jerome Townsend, Bikereg.com-Joe’s Garage, 1:06:04
- 7. Adam Myerson, Team Smartstop-Mountain Khakis, 1:06:04
- 8. Christian Favata, TRT Bicycles-Stans No Tubes, 1:06:06
- 9. Sam O’Keefe, Middlebury College, 1:06:10
- 10. Luke Keough, Champion System-Keough Cyclocross, 1:06:22
- 11. Derrick St John, Stevens Racing-The Cyclery, 1:07:03
- 12. Jake Wells, Stan’s Notubes Elite CX, 1:07:10
- 13. Raphael Gagne, Rocky Mountain Factory, 1:07:31
- 14. Manny Goguen, Race CF, 1:07:38
- 15. Brendan Rhim, KMS-Start House, 1:07:46
- 16. Jean-Philippe Thibeault-Roberge, Trek Cyclocross Collective, 1:07:49
- 17. Josh Dillon, Bikereg.com-Joe’s Garage, 1:08:27
- 18. Craig Richey, Vomax-Sponsorconnected.com, 1:08:50
- 19. Adam St. Germain, Engvt-Specialized, 1:10:33
- 20. Max Judelson, Giant Cycling World Boston, 1:10:53
- 21. Evan Murphy, NYC Velo-The Cannibal, 1:11:00
- 22. Sheldon Miller, Bikeman.com, 1:11:00
- 23. Colin Reuter, Crossresults.com, 1:11:02
- 24. Kurt Belhumeur, BCD Racing-Bern Unlimited, 1:11:29
- 25. Andrew Loaiza, RMRC, 1:11:46
- 26. Sean Pantellere, Stampede!-Budd Bike Works, 1:11:59
- 27. Jesse Quagliaroli, Expowheelmen, 1:12:36
- 28. Evan Huff, Crossresults.com, 1:13:48
- 29. Michael Wissell, Cuppow-Geekhouse, -1 lap
- 30. Aaron Oakes, Nycross-Vomax, -1 lap
- 31. Daniel Chabanov, House Industries-Richard Sachs, -1 lap
- 32. Dan Timmerman, House Industries-Richard Sach, -1 lap
- 33. Evan Cooper, Hudson Furniture Cyclocross, -2 laps
- 34. Andrew Lysaght, Cuppow-Geekhouse, -2 laps
- 35. Matthew Means, C3-Twenty20 Cycling Co., -2 laps
- 36. Jules Goguely, Rhode Island School Of Design, -2 laps
- 37. John Hanson, NBX-Narragansett Beer/apex, -2 laps
- 38. Matthew Sousa, Cuppow-Geekhouse, -2 laps
- 39. Alec Hoover, Favata’s TRT-Stan’s Notubes, -2 laps
- 40. Jarrod Forrest, Rebec And Kroes Cycles, -2 laps
- 41. Nathan Brown, -2 laps
- 42. Charlie Schubert, GPM Sport, -2 laps
- 43. Cary Fridrich, Mad Alchemy/ Verge Rider Cooperativ, -2 laps
- 44. Devin Wagner, Nycross.com, -2 laps
- 45. Ian Schon, Cuppow-Geekhouse, -3 laps
- 46. Joseph Near, Massachusetts Institute Of Technolo, -4 laps
- 47. Ford Murphy, -5 laps
- DNF Anthony Clark, Jam Fund-NCC
- DNF Jesse Keough, Crca/foundation
- DNF Ryan Fawley
- DNF Nicholas Keough, Keough Cyclocross
Arley Kemmerer (C3-Twenty20) and Shawn Milne (Keough Cyclocross) won round two of the NBX Gran Prix of Cyclocross on Sunday in Warwick, Rhode Island.
The weekend’s races served as rounds 11 and 12 of the Verge New England Cyclocross Series and rounds seven and eight of the Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series.
In women’s racing, Kemmerer took the victory over round-one winner Emma White (Cyclocrossworld.com). Laura Van Gilder (Van Dessel-Mellow Mushroom) rounded out the podium in third.
Milne took the men’s race ahead of Mike Garrigan (Van Dessel-Shimano) with Robert Marion (American Classic) third.
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