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American Express Financial Advisors Cyclo-Cross (Verge Series Final)
Merrimack, NH, December 8, 2002
Gully wraps series, Groesbeck wins final round
By John Verhuel
Five inches of snow in Southern NH couldn't stop the hot racing at the American Express Financial Advisors Cyclo-Cross, the Final Round of the 2002 Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series. Calling the Verge Series a priority for him, New Paltz, NY native Marc Gullickson flew to New England for the final time this year from his Boulder, CO home to put his stamp on the overall series title. In fact, the Mongoose/Hyundai rider won all five of the Verge Series races he started, with Johannes Huseby becoming the only elite male other than Gully to win a Verge Series race this season.
The elite men's race started with Jonathan Page (Richard Sachs) winning the start and immediately pulling clear of the field, along with U23 rivals Josh Anthony (Cyclocrossworld.com) and Jeremy Powers (Balance Bar/Devo). Behind them, Gullickson was mired in a large second group for the first few corners, until a spill on a hard-packed snow corner took him further back - outside of the top 10. As Gullickson spent the next two laps battling back to the lead group, Page demonstrated why he is considered a contender for the US National Championship next week in California, by driving himself and his two companions farther in front of the rest of the field.
Gullickson was not to be deterred however, and by lap three he had used the selective climbs of the American Express Financial Advisors course to make his way back past several groups, and up to the lead group - now being led by Josh Anthony. Less than a minute after making contact, Gullickson attacked on the flatter fields of the course, and while Page and Powers could not respond, Anthony doggedly clung to the leader for the next half-lap. It was on the steep paved climb nearing the finish of the lap though, where Gullickson finally accelerated away from Anthony for good. The Mongoose/Hyundai rider was on his own for the remainder of the race, just as he likes it. "I felt really good today. As soon as I got back up to the leaders I just went."
For the rest of the day, Gullickson's only competition was the difficult course conditions, conditions which claimed pre-race favorites Page and Shaun Snodden (Je James). Page retired after a hard crash in the "shredder" section of the course, a difficult downhill off-camber sweeping turn which was thick mud for the elite mens race. Page later revealed he started a bit under the weather, and was on a course of antibiotics.
Behind Gullickson, tight battles for the remaining spots went into the final lap. Following Page's retirement mid-race, Anthony was left on his own in second for much of the race. He was caught with two laps to go however by the 2001 Verge Series Champion, Saturn Professional Mark McCormack. The two rode together for a lap, until a vicious counterattack from McCormack through the finish line at one to go immediately dropped the Cyclocrossworld.com rider. McCormack rolled in for second, while Anthony hung on for third just in front of a tight battle between NH rider Justin Lillie (Trek/VW) and Johannes Huseby (Independent Fabrication). One of the early leaders, Jeremy Powers finished seventh overall, and was the second U23 rider on the day behind Anthony.
McCormack finished second in the overall Verge Series, while round 5 winner Johs Huseby finished third.
The women's race started fast, with US 40+ Champion Jodi Groesbeck (Putney/West Hill) taking an early lead along with Gearworks/SRP rider Marianne Stover. As Stover's teammates Anna Milkowski and Shauna Gillies-Smith struggled to stay close, Stover rode at the front with Groesbeck thinking of the win. Indeed, Stover had in fact beaten Groesbeck the day before in Durham, NH.
By midway through the race, Gillies-Smith overcame her poor start and was back up with Groesbeck in the lead. Just in time too, as Stover fell off the pace as her teammate arrived, and eventually fell to fourth. So the battle on the fanal two laps was between rivals Groesbeck and Gillies-Smith, the two riders also battling for the second and third spots in the 2002 Verge Series standings as well. On the final lap, a fall by Gillies-Smith heading into the shredder gave Groesbeck all the advantage she needed to cruise in for her first Verge Series win of the season. She joins Carmen D'Aluisio and Series Champion Mary McConneloug as the only women to win a Verge Series race in 2002.
Normally a fast starter, Kathryn Roszko (NCC/BikeReg.com) overcame a poor first lap to charge up through the field for a fine third place - her best result in a Verge Series race to date. Roszko's ability to ride the muddy uphills right after the shredder proved to be the advantage she needed to overcome strong challenges from fourth placed Anna Milkowski, and fifth placed Stover.
With her second place on the day Shauna Gillies-Smith held onto second in the overall series, ahead of Groesbeck, and behind overall winner Mary McConneloug (Seven).
U.S. junior national champion Jesse Anthony (Saturn Development) took another solo victory in the junior race, over GMBC's Jamey Driscoll and CCB's Konrad LeBas once again. Kevin Wolfson (NEBC/CycleLoft) picked up fourth, with Chales Marzot (Corner Cycle) in fifth.
Anthony won the Verge Series convincingly, like Gullickson he won all five races he started. He was followed by the steady LeBas, with Driscoll in third.
Sam Morse repeated his Round One victory in the 35+ race, vaulting himself to the overall Verge Series win in a tiebreaker over Round Four winner Mike Bernard. Round Five winner Tim Haitz finished third overall. Paul Curley finished fourth in the combined 35/45+ race, which was enough for him to take the overall 45+ title with nearly twice the points of second placed David Schacte. Dave Genest moved up into third.
Series leader Matt Hersey also repeated his Round One win in Men's B, taking the series title as a result. Along with Curley, Hersey wore the Verge Series Leader's jersey from start to finish in 2002. Curtis Boivin and Noah Taylor finished second and third.
Kenneth Hamel won the C Men's Race, Ryan Barlow took the Cub Juniors race, and host-club rider Lori Whynot (NEBC) won the C Women's race.
With over $25,000 in prize money, six internationally sanctioned rounds in five states, and all events world-class, the Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series was once again the premier cyclo-cross racing series in the U.S. Verge, the title Sponsor of the New England Cyclo-Cross Series produces custom jerseys, shorts, knickers, tights, armwarmers and other cycling-related accessories. Look for the Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series jersey on the backs of the Series Leaders, and look for the Verge truck at the races.
Race sponsors included American Express Financial Advisors - Physical fitness, financial fitness; Cycle Loft - Your first source; Breakstone, White-Lief & Gluck, PC - Don't get taken for a ride; Dominos Pizza; and Allegra Print and Imaging. Supporters were Pedros Racing Service, and Northeast Shires.
Other series supporters included Cycle-Smart coaching, promotions & management; Time Sport USA, designer and manufacturer of cycling pedals, shoes and forks; The Ride Magazine, exhaustively covering East Coast Bike Culture; Honey Stinger, convenient honey-based energy foods; Maxxis International, committed to delivering high performance tires to the world; and BikeReg.com, the premier on-line registration company for cycling events.
Elite Men 1 Marc Gullickson (Mongoose/Hyundai) 58.28 2 Mark McCormack (Saturn) 0.46 3 Josh Anthony (Cyclocrossworld.com) 1.26 4 Justin Lillie (Trek / VW) 1.31 5 Johannes Huseby (Independent Fabrication/CCB/VW) 1.47 6 Curt Davis (Wheelworks / Cannondale) 2.07 7 Jeremy Powers (Team Devo) 2.43 8 Chris Peck (Wheelworks / Cannondale) 3.02 9 Adam Hodges (NCC/BikeReg.com) 3.15 10 Brian Astell (CCB/ Volkswagon) 3.17 11 Jon Bruno (Quad Cycles) 3.46 12 Rob Hult (O'Neils) 4.15 13 Alec Donahue (NCC / BikeReg.com) 5.01 14 Mathew Svatek (Wheelworks / Cannondale) 5.15 15 Nathan Rice (Catamount Cycling Club) 5.25 16 Jeff Craddock (CCB/ Volkswagon) 5.38 17 J.D. Bilodeau (NCC / BikeReg.com) 5.39 18 Jeff Leake (NCC / BikeReg.com) 6.58 19 Amos Brumble (CCB/ Volkswagon) 7.14 20 Mukunda Feldman (NCC / BikeReg.com) 8.23 Elite Women 1 Jodi Groesbeck (Putney/West Hill) 38.36 2 Shauna Gillies-Smith (Gearworks/SRP) 0.30 3 Kathryn Roszko (NCC / BikeReg.com) 0.48 4 Anna Milkowski (Gearworks/SRP) 0.54 5 Marianne Stover (Gearworks/SRP) 1.07 6 Susan MacLean (Gearworks/SRP) 1.28 7 Becky Sox (Dansko) 1.48 8 Alicia Genest (Richard Sachs/UMass) 1.55 9 Kathy Sarvary (Midstate Cycling Club) 2.03 10 Sara Cushman (Gearworks/SRP) 2.56 11 Katrina Davis (Richard Sachs) 3.36 12 maryann martinez (NEBC Cycleloft) 3.58 13 Litka Kerry (NHCC) 6.08 14 Stephanie White (NHJCA) 8.54 One lap behind 15 lap Kristen Osborne 16 lap Jane Hayes Juniors 1 Jesse Anthony (Saturn Development) 40.26 2 Jamey Driscoll (GMBC Invensys) 1.09 3 Konrad LeBas (CCB International) 2.39 4 Kevin Wolfson (NEBC / CycleLoft) 5.20 5 Charles Marzot (Corner Cycle Cycling Club) 5.55 One lap behind 6 Peter Stetson (Portland Velo) 7 Tom Sylvia (NHJCA) 8 Ethan Tieger (Essex County Velo) 9 Daryl Wilson (NHJCA) 10 Tucker Olander (Peerless/HNECC) Masters 35/45+ 1 Sam Morse (Mass Bay Road Club) 42.15 2 Michael Bernard (Arc-en-Ciel) 0.16 3 tim haitz (Team Dupont) 0.42 4 Paul Curley (Gearworks/SRP) 1.03 5 mark stotz (NCC / BikeReg.com) 1.28 6 Jonny Bold (CCCC/Corner Cycle) 2.01 7 paul lynch (missing link bicycle club) 2.02 8 Joel Brown (Cox Communications Cycling Team) 2.32 9 James Walsh (Cox Communications) 2.35 10 Brian Sweeney (Gearworks) 2.46 11 David Rath (Team GMBC/Invensys) 3.05 12 Christopher Smith (Rage/Harpoon/Int.bike) 3.41 13 gene petrella (Bean's/Lite Bites/CCCF) 3.58 14 eric marro (Team BOB/Skofield Builders) 4.10 15 david schachte (Providence Velo Club) 4.23 16 Chris Milkman (Putney/West Hill Shop) 4.33 17 John Grenier (Rainbow Bike/Maine Cycling Club) 4.45 18 William Sawyer (Gearworks) 4.46 19 Paul Nyberg (Eastern Bloc Cycling Club/ Benidorm Bikes) 4.50 20 Jeff Gauthier (GMBC/Invensys) 5.30 21 Wayne Cunningham (NEBC) 5.32 22 David Genest (Richard Sachs) 5.55 23 Hunt Barrons (SACHS) 6.02 24 Tom Stevens (Gearworks/SRP) 25 Paul Weiss (Portland Velo Club) 6.08 One lap behind 26 Theo Kindermans (CycloCrossWorld.com) 27 Derek Griggs (Recycled Sports) 28 Timothy Shea (BOB) 29 William Keith Jr (Bethel Cycle-Cannondale) 30 Michael Oster (Swamp Yankee Road Club) 31 Timothy Bailey (Bicycle Linnk) 32 Steven Heath (Masters Velo Club) 33 Richard Costa (N/A) 34 Mathew Brown (Cox Communications) 35 Wayne Barlow (Coyote Hill) 36 Randy George (Wheelworks) 37 Peter Wilson (Cyclonauts) 38 Jim Quinn (bicycle link) 39 Stephen Cruickshank (Boston Road Club/ATA Cycles) 40 Kenneth Hamel (AFD/OSVC) 41 Richard Sachs (Richard Sach/CYBC) 42 Garabed Minasian 43 Jim Titone 44 Anthony Laproto (HNECC) 45 Bill Hurley (BRC/ATA Cycles) 46 Vincent Donohue (Worcester Cycling Club) 47 John Clark B Men 1 Matt Hersey (liquid motion) 42.10 2 Noah Taylor 0.32 3 Conor Coffey (CCB / VW) 0.36 4 Christopher White (BOB) 0.53 5 Brant Hornberger (NCC / BikeReg.com) 0.54 6 Curtis Boivin (Providence Velo Club) 1.04 7 maxwell kullaway (BRC/Seven Cycles) 1.14 8 Aaron Malloy (Plymouth State College) 1.40 9 Brendon Sullivan (Boston Cross) 1.46 10 John Burns 2.11 11 Alan Starrett (Bikeman/Bath Cycle) 2.25 12 Tom Hopper (REI/Team Novara) 2.28 13 Ryan Rumsey (Team Liquid Motion) 2.30 14 Michael Cole (Landrys-Litespeed) 2.53 15 Daniel Abbe (Team Mountain City) 3.04 16 Brian Rutter (RB's Bait Shop) 3.12 17 Zac Daab (Seven Cycles) 3.21 18 Jonathan Lawrence 3.28 19 David Connery (Boston Bicycle Club) 3.39 20 Tom Giordano (NEBC/Cycle Loft) 3.41 21 David Keefe (Boston Bicycle Club) 3.42 22 Peter Rubijono (Boston Bicycle Club) 3.44 23 Orion Berryman (Team/Redhook) 3.55 24 Ethan Parsons (NCC / BikeReg.com) 3.59 25 Chris Harnish (People Cycle-Green Team) 4.03 26 bernard georges (seven cycles) 4.14 27 Wade Summers (WebEvent.com / HVVC) 4.28 28 Jeffrey Capobianco 4.34 29 Richard Brown 4.37 30 Eric Jensen (K2/Pedros) 4.52 31 keith button 4.57 32 Larry Bettencourt (CCB / VW) 4.59 33 David Fredrickson (unattached) 5.01 34 Euclides Amado (Cox Communications) 5.03 35 Brad Shuford (NCC / BikeReg.com) 5.10 36 Matt Montross (Verge Test Pilot) 5.14 37 Brian Dahlmann (B2C/Community) 5.28 38 Andrew Parsons (BRC/Vintage) 5.44 39 Rory Mason (Stage 1) 6.01 40 Richard Battaglia (Southern Maine CC) 6.08 41 Joe Rodriguez (Bike Alley) 6.47 42 Darrin Beek 6.50 43 Mike Salvatore (unattached) 6.55 44 Mark Wysocki (Pedro's) 7.01 45 John Wright (Boston Road Club) 7.03 46 Mark Robson (Team Bicycle Alley) 8.00 47 John Frey (NCC / BikeReg.com) 8.01 48 Mathew Crews 8.11 One lap behind 49 Mike Hoover (Bikeman) 50 David Schachte (Providence Velo) 51 Nathan Mealey (NCC / BikeReg.com) 52 David Harrison (BRC/ATA cycles) 53 Joseph Libee C Men 1 Kenneth Hamel (AFD/OSVC) 24.38 2 george benington (portland Velo) 0.02 3 Wayne Maceyka (Boston Road Club) 4 Bill Doonan (NBW) 0.25 5 Francis Blake-Dillon (REI / TEAM NOVARA) 0.34 6 John Reilly (Boston Road Club) 0.35 7 Peter Rondinone (NHCC) 0.39 8 Don Marsh (Blues City Riders) 0.44 9 Jason Arcelay (NEBC) 0.52 10 Brian Gillmore 1.10 11 Matt Evans 1.18 12 Brian Dicki (Team Hawiian) 1.25 13 Bob Connors (Bike Zone Inc) 1.30 14 Paul Brais (Team Hawiian) 1.32 15 Ryan Belanger (Alternative Bike) 1.33 16 Rich Norford (Alternative Bike) 1.37 17 Sean Lebas (Laurel Cycle Club) 1.40 18 Corey Richards 1.42 19 Shawn Corbett (Portland Velo Club) 1.59 20 Chip Kent (Bike Alley) 2.06 21 Gary Cundiff (Cape Cod Pedros) 2.12 22 Randolf Ruffin 2.25 23 Alan Douglass 2.32 24 Jeff Bousfield (Thread City Cyclers) 2.50 25 Josh Austin 3.12 26 Mark Powers 3.41 27 Herbert Bates 4.16 28 James Stumpf (Alternative Bike) 4.28 29 Carl Ring (NHCC/ Team NH) 4.50 C Women 1 Lori Whynot (NEBC) 28.10 2 Donna LaCajje (BCA) 0.09 3 Amy Burrer (Bike Alley) 1.56 4 samantha slattery 4.15 5 Jean Cunningham (NEBC) 5.10 Cub Juniors 1 Ryan Barlow (Coyote Hill) 26.39 2 Edmund Ruffin 3.29 One lap behind 3 Harrison Ruffin Jr
Final series standings
Elite Men 1 Marc Gullickson (Mongoose/Hyundai) 2 Mark McCormack (Saturn) 3 Johannes Huseby (Independent Fabrication) 4 Josh Anthony (Cyclocrossworld.com) 5 Adam Craig (Giant) 6 Mike Broderick (Seven Cycles) 7 Justin Lille (Trek/VW/Goodales) 8 Todd Wells (Mongoose/Hyundai) 9 Matthew Svatek (Cannondale/Wheelworks) 10 Shaun Snodden (J.E. James) 11 Rob Hult (O'Neil's) 12 Jonathon Page (Richard Sachs) 12 Jeremy Powers (Devo) 14 Adam Hodges (Myerson NCC/Bikereg.com) 15 Peter Wedge (Kona) 16 Tyler Johnson (Richard Sachs) 17 Jackson Stewart (Clif Bar) 18 Chris Peck (Cannondale/Wheelworks) 19 Alec Donahue (Northampton Cycling Club/BikeReg.com) 20 Jon Hamblen (Cannondale/Wheelworks) 21 Jonny Sundt (K2 Bike) 22 Andy Jacques-Maynes (Clif Bar) 23 Brian Astell (CCB) 24 Tim Johnson (Saturn) 25 Jonathan Bruno (Quad Cycles) 26 Kirt Fitzpatrick (Trek/VW/Goodales) 27 David Wyandt (Clif Bar) 27 Curt Davis (Wheelworks / Cannondale) 29 J.D. Bilodeau (Northampton Cycling Club/BikeReg.com) 30 Jerimiah Bishop (Trek/VW) 31 Alan Obye (Devo) 31 Justin Robinson (Bullion Stil/Santa Cruz Spokesman) 33 Eugene Ruiter (Trek/VW) 34 Doug Swanson (Trek/VW) 34 Todd Bowden (CVC - Pig Iron) 34 Micah Thompson (Excel Sports) 37 Jeff Leake (Northampton Cycling Club/BikeReg.com) 37 Nathan Rice (Catamount) 39 Jesse Anthony (Saturn Development) 40 Christophe Chesaux (Espoir de Laval) 41 Amos Brumble (CCB / Volkswagon) 42 Jeff Craddock (CCB/ Volkswagon) 43 Troy Michaud (Eurotek) 44 Michael Mueller (Cannondale/Wheelworks) 44 Matthew Kraus (Independent Fabrication/CCB/VW) 46 Mukunda Feldman (NCC / BikeReg.com) 47 David Werling (NECSA/Mike Fraysee's Sports Resort) 47 Troy Wells (Balance Bar/Devo) 49 Michael Yozell (Guy's Bicycle Club) 50 John Hanson (NECSA/Mike Fraysee Sports) 51 Donny Mills (Wheelworks/Cannondale Exeter NH) 51 Dan Coady (Northampton Cycling Club/BikeReg.com) 51 Steve Roszko (NCC / BikeReg.com) 54 Jacob Stechmann (Flanders) Elite Women 1 Mary McConneloug (Seven Cycles) 2 Shauna Gillies-Smith (Gearworks/SRP) 3 Jodi Groesbeck (Putney/Westhill) 4 Anna Milkowski (Gearworks/SRP) 5 Carmen D'Alusio (Clif Bar) 6 Kathryn Roszko (Northampton Cycling Club/BikeReg.com) 7 Alicia Genest (Richard Sachs) 8 Marianne Stover (Gearworks/SRP) 9 Sara Cushman (Gearworks/SRP North) 10 Gina Hall (Clif Bar) 11 Susan MacLean (Gearworks/SRP) 12 Katrina Davis (Richard Sachs) 13 Kathy Savary (Gearworks/SRP) 14 Cori Page (Richard Sachs) 15 Sheila Vibert (Redhook) 16 Lyne Bessette (Cyclocrossworld.com Lac) 17 Mary Ann (Martinez Northeast Bicycle Club/CycleLoft) 18 Rebecca Sox (Dansko/Wheelworks/Independent Fabrications) 19 Christine Vardaros (SallySpicer.com) 20 Darcy Cornell (Bike Alley N.) 21 Kerry Litka (New Hampshire Cycling Club) 21 Stephanie White (NH Junior Cycling Academy) 23 Sarah Uhl (Dansko/Wheelworks/Independent Fabrications) 24 Catherine Dudley (unattached New) 24 Celeste Drumm (Mean Wheels Bike Shop) 26 Stephanie Roussos (7-Up) 27 Katherine Farago (NEBC/Cycleloft) 27 Kristen Osborn Juniors 1 Jesse Anthony (Saturn Development) 2 Konrad Lebas (CCB International) 3 Jamey Driscoll (GMBC/Invensys) 4 Kevin Wolfson (NEBC / CycleLoft) 5 Joey Thompson (Balance Bar/Devo) 6 David Fleishhauser (Rad Racing NW) 7 Adam Snyder (Balance Bar/Devo) 8 Troy Wells (Kingston Cyclery Ulster) 8 Charles Marzot (Corner Cycle Cycling Club) 10 Josh Benson (MVBC) 11 Morgan Macleod (Portland Velo Club) 12 Peter Stetson (Portland Velo Club) 13 Tucker Olander (Peerless/HNECC) 14 Tom Gosselin (Maine Cycling Club) 15 Ethan Tieger (Essex County Velo) 16 Tom Sylvia (NHJCA) 17 Morgan MacLeod (Portland Velo Club) 17 Colin Coates (Coyote Hill) 19 Geoffrey Johnson (Portland Velo Club) 19 Stanley McCarthur (Spinskis) 19 Perry Paolini (Balance Bar/Devo) 19 Charley Stetson (Portland Velo) 19 Daryl Wilson (NHJCA) 24 Art Rand (CCB International) 35+ Men 1 Sam Morse (Mass Bay Road Club) 2 Mike Bernard (Arc en Ciel) 3 Tim Haitz (Team Dupont/RITCHEY) 4 Scott Wade (Gearworks/SRP) 5 John Verheul (Ideal Tile/Brielle Cyclery) 6 Paul Curley (Gearworks/SRP) 7 Mark Stotz (NCC/BikeReg.com) 8 John McKone (Green Mountain Bicycle Club/Invensys) 9 Paul Lynch (Missing Link Bicycle Club) 10 Bob Bisson (Gearworks/SRP) 11 Jim Brown (Rad Racing NW) 12 Mike Ward (Berkshire Cycling Association/Tosk) 12 Mike Umbrell (Minuteman Road Club) 14 Paul Boudreau (Essex County Velo) 15 Joel Brown (Cox Communications Cycling Team) 16 Eric Marro (Team BOB/Skofield Builders) 17 Peter Brennan (Trek/VW/Goodale's) 18 James Walsh (Cox Communications Cycling Team) 19 Brian Sweeney (Gearworks/SRP) 19 Christopher Long (Independent Fabrications/Gotham) 19 Gary Keblish (CRCA/SBCG) 19 Jonny Bold (CCCC/Corner Cycle) 23 Tim Groesbeck (CCB) 24 David Rath (Green Mountain Bicycle Club/Invensys) 25 Jan Wiejak (Verge/Test Pilot New) 25 Dan Massucco (Minuteman Road Club) 27 Christopher Smith (Rage/Harpoon/Int.bike) 28 gene petrella (Bean's/Lite Bites/CCCF North) 29 Michael Shore (BOB) 30 Kevin Callahan (Bicycle Link) 30 Doug Aspinwall (NCC / BikeReg.com) 32 David Schacte (Providence Velo Club) 32 Mark Luebbers (Stiner Sports) 32 Robert Kramer (Mass Bay Road Club) 45+ Men 1 Paul Curley (Gearworks/SRP Taunton MA) 2 David Schacte (Providence Velo Club) 3 David Genest (Richard Sachs) 4 Tim Groesbeck (CCB/Volkswagen) 4 David Rath (Green Mountain Bicycle Club/Invensys) 6 William Sawyer (Gearworks/SRP) 7 Richard Costa (Bontrager) 8 Malcolm Toynbee (BOB) 8 Roger Goulart (Bike Works New) 10 Thomas Downey (Mass Bay Road Club) 11 Hunt Barrows (Sachs / CYBC) 12 John (Jansen Berkshire Cycling Association/Tosk) 13 Phillip Bannister (Putney/West Hill) 13 Barrows Hunt (Richard Sachs) 13 William Kieth (Stage One Cycling) 16 Richard Sachs (Richard Sachs) 17 Bruce Thompson (Minuteman Road Club) 18 Barry Doubleday (Mass Bay Road Club) 18 Timothy Bailey (Missing Link Bicycle Club) 20 Steven Heath (Masters Velo Club) 21 Gary Dalton (Cox Communications) 22 Bradford Knipes (Competitive Edge) 22 David Martel (Richard Sachs) B Men 1 Matt Hersey (Team Liquid Motion) 2 Curtis Boivin (Providence Velo Club) 3 Noah Taylor (unattached) 4 Conor Coffey (CCB/Volkswagen) 5 Christopher White (BOB) 6 Matt Kraus (Independent Fabrication) 7 Brant Hornberger (Northampton Cycling Club/BikeReg.com) 8 Brendan Sullivan (Boston Cross) 9 Ron Colavolpe (Portland Velo Club) 9 Matt White (Capital Velo Club/Pig Iron) 11 Byron Holt (Boston Cross) 12 Jonathan Lawrence (unattached) 13 Matt DeMeis (unattached) 14 Ross Brody (University of Maine) 15 Aron (Molloy Plymouth State College) 16 John Burns 17 Tom Hopper (REI/Team Novara) 17 Alan Starrett (Bikeman/Bath Cycle) 19 Robert Campos (So Ho Capital) 20 John Meerse (Buffalo Bicycling Club) 20 Zach Soucy (Redhook/Seacoast VW) 20 maxwell kullaway (BRC/Seven Cycles) 23 Samuel Wheeler-Martenis (CCB /Volkswagen) 23 Jamie Belchak (TRUE Wheels/Killington) 25 Josh Garland (unattached) 25 David McCutcheon (Verge/Test Pilot) 25 Kurt Schmidt 25 Brendan Marshall (Team Beacon) 29 Eric Ragot (Kissena Cycling Club) 30 Josh Begin (Independent Fabrication) 30 Matt Wilson (The Bicycle Link) 30 Jonny Bold (CCCC/Corner Cycle Marstons) 33 Dan Davenport (Richard Sachs) 33 Mark Robson (Team Bicycle Alley) 35 Peter Martel (NCC/BikeReg.com) 35 Gary Keblish (CRCA/SBCG) 35 David Keefe (Boston Bicycle Club) 35 Michael Cole (Landrys-Litespeed) 35 Ryan Rumsey (Team Liquid Motion) 40 Juston Manville (C.S. Ardagna) 41 Sean Sullivan (Essex County Velo) 41 Wade Summers (HVVC/WebEvent.com) 41 Kurt Scheerer (Verge/Test Pilot) 41 Chris Harnish (People Cycle-Green Team) 41 Daniel Abbe (Team Mountain City)