Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Crosstoberfest cyclists make tracks at Old Cutters

Fine weather for cyclocross heats


Crosstoberfest cyclists carry their bikes over obstacles during Saturday’s racing at Hailey’s Old Cutters Park. Photo by Willy Cook

     Hailey’s Old Cutters Park was the setting, and magnificent Indian Summer weather the background for the 10th annual Idaho Crosstoberfest cyclocross races Friday and Saturday, Oct. 18-19 in Hailey.

     The two-day cycling event based out of Powerhouse Pub and Bike Studio included a craft beer festival and cycling results provided by webscorer.com.

     Powerhouse’s Billy Olson, a former pro road bike racer, said about the grass-roots bike competition, “Beautiful day of bikes and beer with friends.”

     The main events occurred Saturday and here are results:

     Men Cat. 1/2/3 and 35-plus: 1—Thomas Bender 1.00:01 (1st 1/2). 2—Steve Price 1.00:06 (1st 35-plus). 3—Cameron Lloyd 1.00:10. 4—Thomas Cooke 1.00:22. 5—John Reuter 1.01:25. 6—Justin Healy 1.01:47. 7—Tate Litchfield 1.01:48 (1st Cat. 3). 8—Adam Schwind 1.02:49. 9—Darren Lightfield 1.03:08. 10—Zeb Stoebel-Haft 1.03:28.

     11—Tony Church 1.04:00. 12—Adam Green 1.04:38. 13—Joe Fieder 1.04:58. 14—Greg Bearce 1.05:14.

     Other cyclists were Brian Rees, Nikos Sawyer, Jason Potter, Matt McNeal, Mark Lovlien, Andrew Gendler, Sean Stephens, Cory Smith, Justin Harvey, Greg Miranda, Pat Schott and Herberth Corrales.

     Women Cat. 1/2/3/4: 1—Jenna Greaser 39:16. 2—Mallory Burda 44:00. 3—Brett Stevenson 44:49.

     Other cyclists were Brenda Moczygemba, Kirsten DeHart, Amy Ambrosier, Michelle Purcell, Audrey Coon, Desiree Hepworth, Deanna Halford, Jessica Bender, Bethany Hendrickson, Erin O’Neil and Jana Delong.

     Men’s Cat. 4 and 45-plus: 1—Bruce Deppe 38:38 (1st Cat. 4). 2—Dave Harrison 38:39 (1st 45-plus). 3—Kyle Rafford 39:27. 4—Chris Gardner 39:42. 5—Eric Carlson 39:55. 6—Joel Brazil 39:58. 7—Ryan Clayton 40:01. 8—Dan Daigh 40:20. 9—Eric Rector 40:23. 10—Tristan Jones 40:46.

     11—Joel Zellers 40:52. 12—Scott Grill 40:57. 13—Tim Akers 41:11. 14—Chard Berndt 41:38. 15—Scott Scholes 42:24. 16—Dan Wendt 43:02. 17—Josh Ringelsetter 43:04. 18—Troy Delong 43:12. 19—John Koudelka 43:18. 20—Ryon Lockhart 43:42. 21—William O’Neil 44:07. 22—Mike Purcell 44:12. 23—Hank Dart 44:14. 24—Kyle Westmoreland 44:19.

     Other cyclists were Jeff Lyons, Mike Herliger, Trevor Hendrickson, Scott Montgomery, Michael Olenick, Doug Piper, Herberth Corrales, John Perenchio, Michael Barker and Jeremiah Higley.

     Results of Friday’s time trials that attracted 35 cyclists:

     Men Cat. 1/2/3: 1—Cameron Lloyd 4:38.7. 2—Steve Price 4:41.4. 3—Darren Lightfield 4:53.1. 4—Mark Lovlien 4:56.7.

     Overall: 1—Thomas Bender 4:33.2 (1st Cat. 1/2/3) 2—John Reuter 4:35.4. 3—Bruce Deppe 4:39.1 (1st Masters 45-plus). 4—Zeb Stroebel-Haft 4:41.3. 5—Jena Greaser 4:47.9 (1st Women Cat. 1/2/3). 6—Troy Delong 4:48.0. 7—Chris Gardner 4:52.0 (1st Masters 45-plus). 8—Tony Church 4:52.4. 9—Nikos Sawyer 4:55.5 and Jason Potter 4:55.5.

     11—Tristan Jones 4:56.2. 12—Sean Stephens 4:58.7. 13—Joel Zellers 5:04.1. 14—Justin Healy 5:06.5. 15—Scott Grill 5:06.8. 16—Michael Olenick 5:15.0. 17—Dan Wendt 5:18.9 (1st Cat. 4 men). 18—Greg Miranda 5:19.1. 19—Dan Daigh 5:19.3.

     20—Herberth Corrales 5:21.2. 21—Trevor Hendrickson 5:31.5. 22—William O’Neil 5:32.2. 23—Hank Dart 5:34.5. 24—Kyle Westmoreland 5:43.2. 25—Mike Purcell 5:45.6. 26—Jana Delong 7:54.6 (1st Women Cat. 4). 27—Avery Anderson 8:26.7 (1st Junior Men 12-18). 28—Ryan Clayton 10:44.9. 29—Michelle Purcell 20:02.6.

     Men 4: 1—Greg Bearce 4:51.7. 2—Brian Rees 5:18.6.




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