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Tour of Somerville - NE

Somerville, USA, May 30, 2005

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Van Gilder and Wamsley get the job done in Somerville

By Kristy Scrymgeour

A delighted Laura Van Gilder (Quark)
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Adding to a rich history on the streets of Somerville, Laura Van Gilder (Quark) and Kyle Wamsley (Snow Valley) took out their respective events in the race that has drawn crowds of spectators since 1940. Tour of Somerville is the longest continual bike race in America. Since its inception in 1940, the only three years the race hasn't been held were the years of 1943 to 1946 due to World War II. The bike of Furman Kugler, who won the race in its first two years, is cased in class along one of the end straights of the course. It was his father, Fred, who started the bike race that was to become a legend to the residents of Somerville.

The crowds were out yet again today enjoying the Memorial Day race, and so was the sun. This year the course has changed slightly with the finishing straight and the back straight swapping places. The course is known for its long wide-open straights which make it hard for breaks to stick and today, according to the riders, there seemed to be a headwind going both directions.

The women started off the pro events with 130 girls lining up for the 20-mile race. The field was strung out immediately, helped by the fact that, after one lap a bell rang announcing the first prime of the day. Amy Moore from Victory Brewing won the prime after which Rebecca Much attacked and kept the field strung out. Every two laps for the first half of the race offered a prime sprint, making attacks hard to succeed.

Midway through the race Ina Teutenberg (T-Mobile) won the big prime of the day, taking $500 for her team and causing a slight split in the field. It was then that Kristen LaSasso (Team Lipton) attacked to get the most convincing gap of the day. A lap later she was joined by Lisa Jellet (CTS/Cranford Bike Club) and the pair worked well together for another lap. When they were caught LaSasso's Lipton teammate Liza Rachetto countered the move, but the Victory Brewing girls were right onto it and with just over three laps remaining in the race it was all back together.

Taking the final prime of the day was Rebecca Larsen (Colavita Olive Oil) and then the Victory Brewing team hit the front to start he lead out for the finish. Up in the mix was the T-Mobile team and a couple of Quark riders, with Van Gilder safely tucked in on the wheel of her teammate Sarah Uhl.

Leading the final corner with Teutenberg on her wheel was Lara Kroepsh, but then Shannon Hutchison (Aaron's Corporate Furnishings) attacked down the side. Teutenberg hopped on her wheel with Van Gilder in tow. With 150 meters to go Van Gilder came around and nobody could match her speed as she took the win, making it her third win in as many days. Teutenberg took second and Hutchison held on for third.

Van Gilder was again excited with her win, emphasising how nice it is to win in front of a home crowd and the people who have supported her throughout her 14-year cycling career. "There are people her that I started racing with 14 years ago," she told Cyclingnews after the race.

Today's bunch sprint win, again proved Van Gilder's diversity as a rider. "It feels good to win each day in a different way," she said, "especially after a tough race in Richmond on Thursday." It also gives her more confidence for Philly next week and for the rest of the year. "My ultimate goal is to make the Worlds team," she explained. "I'm hoping that I can perform well enough that the US National Team feels I have met the criteria. Quark have provided me with the opportunity this year to do that."

The men's race also saw a huge field for their 50-mile race, which has been won in the past by the likes of Steve Bauer, Davis Phinny and many times in recent years by Jonas Carney. 230 guys lined up for the race that was to offer over $2500 in sprint primes.

Kyle Wamsley (Snow Valley)
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The first half of the race saw the bunch strung out for prime after prime, with small splits in the field eventuating after each prime - but the long fast straights forced everything back together each time. It was with 14 laps to go that a successful break finally came off. In the break were Wamsley, Stefan Steinweg (Texas Roadhouse), Shawn Milne (Navigators), Mike Dietrich and Phil Wong (Fiordifrutta), Evan Elken (Jittery Joe's Kalahari) and Eneas Freyre (Targetraining). The break of seven gained time quickly and a chase group of six riders formed behind containing Marty Nothstein (Navigators), Jason Allen (McGuire), Dave McCook (Jelly Belly), Guillaume Nelessen (Northwestern Mortgage), Erick Saunders (McGuire) and Tyler Wren (Colavita Sutter Home).

Behind the peloton a few chase attempts started, but nothing eventuated, and with four laps remaining the gap was hovering at 24 seconds. The first chase group wasn't organised with the two sprinters McCook and Nothstein watching each other, so with that in mind Allen attacked and managed to bridge solo to the leaders. With three laps to go Freyre attacked the break to take the $500 prime and as he was caught Wamsley countered and put his head down and didn't look back till the finish. Chasing him solo was Allen who had only just made it across to the break. The two rode solo for a lap and a half holding off the chasers behind. Wamsley took a spectacular win and Allen just held on to take second place with German rider holding the title of Olympic and World Champion on the track, Stefan Steinweg took the sprint out of the rest of the break for third place.

Wamsley was ecstatic at the end, amazed at what he had just pulled off. A big win for himself and the Snow Valley team. " Today seemed like my day," he said. "I got a few primes early and I just felt really good." After not succeeding to finish any of the previous three days races on the East Coast, today was certainly Wamsley's day. He stated that not only was it his first win; it was also his first placing in an NRC race.

"I knew I had the best sprint in the break because I was taking primes fairly easy earlier in the day," he added after, "but I didn't want to leave it to a sprint because I didn't really didn't know how the other guys would perform."

"It was really Freyre who helped me out," he explained. "After he came back from winning the prime he gave me the nod and I attacked. I buried myself that last lap. It was hard but as long as you can hold it off, it's worth it."

Allen, who has only been in the US racing for three weeks, hails from the South Island of New Zealand, put in a brilliant performance, bridging to the break and then attacking a couple of laps later. "Our plan was to work for Rahsaan Bahati as it didn't look like anything would stay away," he said. "When I was in the chase group Marty and Dave were watching each other. Erick told me to go across. My legs were a bit roasted, but I made it."

Steinweg was also happy with his third place. "This is the first race that I've actually been able to go in front," he said, "and it was a fast race, so I'm happy."


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Men Pro/Cat 1
1 Kyle Wamsley (Snow Valley)
2 Jason Allen (McGuire/Langdale)
3 Stefan Steinweg (Texas Roadhouse Cycling)
4 Shawn Milne (Navigators Insurance)
5 Mike Dietrich (Fiordifrutta)
6 Evan Elken (Jittery Joe's-Kalahari)
7 Eneas Freyre (Targetraining)
8 Phil Wong (Fiordifrutta)
9 Guillaume Nelessen (Northwestern Morgage)
10 Erick Saunders (McGuire/Langdale)
11 Dave Mccook (Jelly Belly)
12 Marty Nothstein (Navigators Insurance)
13 Tyler Wren (Colavita Olive Oil - Sutter Home)
14 Bobby Lea (Northwestern Morgage)
15 Sebastian Alexandre (Colavita/Sutter Home)
16 Jeff Hopkins (Jittery Joe's-Kalahari)
17 Alex Candelario (Jelly Belly)
18 Alejandro Acton (Target Training)
19 Siro Camponogara (Navigators Insurance)
20 Gustavo Artacho (Colavita Olive Oil - Sutter Home)
20 Marco Aledia (Texas Roadhouse Cycling)
21 Jason Snow (Team Snow Valley)
22 Adam Hodges Myerson (Team Nerac.Com)
23 David Tonks
24 Mike Friedman (Northwestern Morgage)
25 Anthony Taylor (Fastar)
26 Lisban Quintero (G.S. Mengoni Usa)
27 Curtis Tolson (Texas Roadhouse Cycling)
28 Dave Martin (Northeastern Hardware)
29 Robbie King (Louis Garneau)
30 Roselvert Marte (G.S. Mengoni)
30 Peter Fitzpatrick (NA)
32 Heredia Melito
33 Rahasiti Bahati
34 Jesse Lawler (Jittery Joe's-Kalahari)
35 Gene Wolf
36 Neal Stansbury (Tri State Velo)
37 Ryan Oelkers (Team Snow Valley pb Seal-On)
38 Kevin Attkisson (Texas Roadhouse Cycling)
39 Scott Bodin (Fastar)
40 Zach Browne (Ncvc)
41 Mike Beers (Snow Valley P/B Seal-On)
42 Jonathan Card (Cane Creek/Saturn Of Toledo)
43 William Short (Eam Land Rover)
44 Michael Cody (Fiordifruitta Elite Cycling Team)
45 Bill Elliston (Targetraining)
46 Rafal Urzedowski (Watchung Wheelman)
47 Craig Dodson (Team Cobblestone/Nature's Path)
48 Ryan O'connor (1K2Go/S&W Sports)
49 Alberto Blanco (ACT)
50 Boyd Johnson (Meredith Group-Gpoa)
51 Craig Snydal (Transrapid-Usa.Com)
52 Randy Smargiassi (G.S. Gotham/Toga)
53 Reed Tanger (Transrapid-USA.Com)
54 Louis Schimmel (Northeastern Hardware)
55 Josh Gewirtz (Fiordifrutta)
56 Horace Durrowell
57 Igor Misicki (High Gear)
58 Christian Young (Ideal Tile/Brielle Cyclery)
59 David Osborne (Artemis)
60 Siu Jun Chiu
61 Jeremy Powers (Jelly Belly)
62 Edwin Bull (Van Dessel Factory Team)
63 Andrew Knight (Louis Garneau Racing)
64 Thomas Luke (KCBC Racing)
65 Brad Viera (Snow Valley P/B Seal-On)
66 Lawrence Perera (Fiordifrutta)
67 Steve May (World Cup Ski And Cycle Cyling Team)
68 John Durso (Ofoto)
69 Jason Schneider (G.S. Mengoni Usa)
70 Devon Vigus
71 Dan Timmerman (Fiordifrutta)
72 Jonny Sundt (Jittery Joe's-Kalahari)
73 Jake Stephens (Team Cobblestone/Nature's Path)
74 Cameron Holland (Snow Valley P/B Seal-On)
75 Mariano Friedick (Jelly Belly)
76 Vassili Davidenko (Navigators Insurance)
77 Don Autore (Orlando Velo)
78 Jon Hamblen (Fiordifrutta)
79 Peter Penzell (Team Snow Valley)
80 Todd Herriott (Colavita Olive Oil - Sutter Home)
81 Trey Reinhardt (Eam Land Rover)
82 Christopher Schmidt (Ncvc)
83 Jon Wirsing (Snow Valley P/B Seal-On)
84 Roman Kilum
85 David Werling (Team Nerac.Com)
DNF Mark Light (Team Land Rover)
DNF Colin Beardsley
DNF John Semmelhack (Transrapid-Usa.Com)
DNF Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Endeavour Cycling Team)
DNF Curtis Gunn (Team Seasilver)
DNF Patrick Dunnway
DNF Karl Menzies (Advantage Endeavor)
DNF Christian Lademann (Texas Roadhouse Cycling)
DNF Jan Bratkowski (Texas Roadhouse Cycling)
DNF Karl Woitas (Eam Land Rover)
DNF Mike Miller (Team Land Rover)
DNF Frank Pipp (Advantage Endeavour Cycling Team)
DNF Kenneth Bellau (Natchez Bicycle Club)
DNF David Sommerville (Ideal Tile Brielle Cyclery - Ysg Racing)
DNF Dean Rittenhouse (Eam Land Rover)
DNF Richard England (Advantage Endeavour Cycling Team)
DNF Patrick Betz
DNF Anthony Colby (Targetraining)
DNF Craig Wilcox (Jittery Joe's-Kalahari)
DNF Edward Beamon (Navigators Insurance)
DNF Oleg Grichkine (Navigators Insurance)
DNF Peter O'mara (Ideal Tile)
DNF Luis Acquino (Gs Gotham/Toga)
DNF Josh Kerckoff (Northwestern Morgage)
DNF Jame Carney (Northwestern Morgage)
DNF Samuel Acevado (Gs Gotham/Toga)
DNF Roger Farrell (Team Nerac.Com)
DNF Oscar Pineda (Team Nerac.Com)
DNF John Hanson (Team Nerac.Com)
DNF Cody Powell (Team Nerac.Com)
DNF J Mann (Mann Design)
DNF Brian Alfermann
DNF Alejandro Acton (Targetraining)
DNF Josh Taylor (Snow Valley pb Seal-On)
DNF Bruce Krip (Midweek Cc)
DNF Christopher Atkins (La Bicicletta - J Lindeberg)
DNF Tim Unkert (Targetraining)
DNF Rod Myers (World Cup Ski And Cycle Cycling Team)
DNF Ward Solar (Team Cobblestone/Nature's Path)
DNF Mateo Sasso (Na)
DNF Jean Desrosiers (Targetraining)
DNF Glen Hinshaw
DNF Alvaro Tardaguila (Targetraining)
DNF Rick Ball (Watchung Wheelman)
DNF Brian Keating (Team Ispo/Lotusan)
DNF Joe Papp (Act)
DNF Eugene Boronow (G.S. Mengoni)
DNF Ian Ayers (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)
Women Open
1 Laura Van Gilder (Quark Cycling Team)
2 Ina Teutenburg (T Mobile)
3 Shannon Hutchison (Aaron's Corporate Furnishings)
4 Brenda Lyons (Team Victory Brewing)
5 Sarah Uhl (Quark Cycling Team)
6 Nicole Freedman (Ford Basis)
7 Christina Underwood (Team Fuji)
8 Zoe Owers (Century Road Club Association)
9 Sheba Farrin (Hub Racing)
10 Catherine Powers
11 Allie Warfel (Team Diet Cheerwine)
12 Mackenzie Dickey (Team Bicycle Alley)
13 Iona Wynter (Quark Cycling Team)
14 Liza Rachetto (Team Lipton)
15 Rebecca Larson (Colavita/Cooking Light)
16 Sarah Bamberger (Touchstone Climbing)
17 Graciela Martinez (Orbea Argentina)
18 Elizabeth Begosh (Velo Bella)
19 Sarah Caravella (T.E.A.M Fuji)
20 Veronica Martinez (Orbea Argentina)
21 Tricia Carnila (Verdurci/Breakaway Racing)
22 Gina Grain (Victory Brewing)
23 Kathleen Billington (Diet Cheerwine)
24 Nanci Modica -Perera (Radical Media)
25 Jill Mclaughlin
26 Shawn Heidgen
27 Kristen Lasasso (Team Lipton)
28 Becky Conzelman (Northwestern Mortgage)
29 Brooke O'connor (Hub Racing)
30 Lisa Jellett (Cts/Cranford Bike Club)
31 Rebecca Much (T-Mobile)
32 Anna Milkowski (Team Lipton)
33 Heather Labance (Quark Cycling Team)
34 Alison Fischer (East Coast Velo)
35 Mara Miller (Somerset Wheelmen)
36 Lauren Franges (Victory Brewing/Amoroso's)
37 Emma Nelson (Crca/Bicycle Workshop)
38 Christine Vardaros (Velo Bella)
39 Elizabeth Renaud (Crca/Comedy Central-New Canaan Cyclery)
40 Christina Peick (Colavita/Cooking Light)
41 Caroline Hacker (Velo Bella)
42 Lara Kroepsch (T-Mobile)
43 Lenore Imhof (Colavita-Bolla Racing)
44 Laura Bowles (Diet Cheerwine)
45 Beth Leasure (Team Spirit)
46 Brooke Ourada (T Mobile)
47 Ashley Kimmet (Colavita/Cooking Light)
48 Sami Fournier (Velo Bella)
49 Tara Walhart (Verducci Racing)
50 Rosy Mccall (Team Fuji)
51 Michele Bote (Hub Racing)
52 Katherine Lambden (Century Road Club Association)
53 Amy Moore (Victory Brewing)
54 Rebecca Wellons (Gearworks/Spin Arts)
55 Rebecca Koh (Crca/Radical Media)
56 Kimberly Geist (East Coast Velo)
57 Kerry Traynor (Handlebars)
58 Megan Esmonde (Colavita/Cooking Light)
DNF Jamie Pettinato (Radical Media - Crca)
DNF Candice Blickem (Quark Cycling Team)
DNF Kristy Scheffenacker (Unattached)
DNF Rebeca Jones (Diet Cheerwine)
DNF Allerton Johnson (Cuevas Development)
DNF Mary Costelloe (East Coast Velo)
DNF Ann Marie Shrader (Cuevas Junior Development)
DNF Erica Leister
DNF Nicole Bossie (Defeet)
DNF Colleen Hayduk (T.E.A.M. Fuji)
DNF Diana Sosnowski (East Coast Velo)
DNF Lauren Gaffney (Ford-Basis)
DNF Liz Seward (Crca/Bicycle Workshop)
DNF Brooke Wilson (Somerset Wheelmen)
DNF Colleen Gulick (Bikeline/Lwa)
DNF Martha Wilson (Gear Works/Spin Arts)
DNF Lise Dupuis (Champion System Racing)
DNF Nonnie Howard (Verducci / Breakaway Racing)
DNF Catherine Satzke (Bikery/Shebell)
DNF Kami Tremblay (Gearworks/Spin Arts Cycling Team)
DNF Jacqueline Paull (Alliance Environmental)
DNF Elizabeth Morse (Team Fuji)
DNF Angela Johnson (Comedy Central/New Canaan Cyclery)
DNF May Britt Hartwell (Diet Cheerwine)
DNF Mary Hall (Tamarack)
DNF Michelle Suplick (Tristate Velo)
DNF Tammy Ebersole (Evolution Racing)
DNF Erin Garvin (Fuji)
DNF Lisa Vible (Velo Bella)
DNF Nancy Jadatz
DNF Nina Santiago (Liberty Cycle)
DNF Sara Legrand (Diet Cheerwine)
DNF Chrissy Saraceni (Verducci Racing)
DNF Amanda Lawrence (Verducci Racing/Break Away Bikes)
DNF Katherine Sherwin (Victory Brewing)
DNF Erica Allar (Team Fuji)
DNF Ellen Moses (Crca/Comdey Central)
DNF Hannah Long (Crca/Sanchez Metro)
DNF Jennifer Strasser (Cuevas Development)
DNF Rowan Mestecky (Champion System Racing)
DNF Elizabeth Tyrell (Somerset Wheelman)
DNF Heidi Woolever (Annapolis Bicycle Racing Team)
DNF Cory Bemis (Hub Racing)
DNF Leeanne Manderson (Hub Racing)
DNF Nikki Raspa (Hub Racing)
DNF Melissa Petty (Team Fuji)
DNF Sandra Kolb
DNF Sinead Miller (Upmc Cycling Performance)
DNF Vanessa Castro (Ysg Racing/ Brielle Cyclery/ Wendy's)
DNF Stephanie Bleecher (Somerset Wheelmen)
Men Cat 2
1 Johannes Huseby (Fiordifrutta)
2 Kevin Molloy (Crca/Axis)
3 Jon Clifton Moore (Na)
4 Daniel Stewart (Cjct Northeastern Hardware)
5 Elliot Gaunt (Watchung Wheelmen)
6 Glenn Schneider (Colavita Racing)
7 Mathew Moon (Dk Cycling)
8 Joseph Moody (Louis Garneau Racing)
9 Mark Nielson (Tri State Velo)
10 Gray Skinner (Sonic/ Gran Fondo)
11 Jura De Almeida (Velocity/Cce)
12 Brad Sheehan (1K2Go/S&W Sports Cycling Team)
13 Karl Rahn (Crca/Axis)
14 Matt White (Fiordifrutta)
15 Jared Gaudet (Ideal Tile)
16 Jason Walters (Ideal Tile/Brielle Cyclery)
17 Thomas Dolan (C C Evesham)
18 Brian Cooblall (Ws United)
19 David Walker (Liberty Cycle)
20 Mariusz Brinken (Crca/Remax)
21 Ramon Benitez (Artemis)
22 Tom Gosselin (Portland Velo Club/Cyclemania)
23 Dan Coleman (Colavita Racing)
24 Michael Chauner (Bucknell University)
25 Andrew Shaw (Ncvc)
26 Jon Hansen (Richmond Ciclismo)
27 Kurt Gustafsson (Crca-Axis)
28 Ernesto Cuevas
29 Jonathan Swain (Crca / Sakonnet Technologies)
30 Paul Mica (National Capital Velo Club)
31 Christopher Pile (Crca/Remax)
32 Scott Jackson (Watchung Wheelmen / High Gear Cyclery)
33 Jason Meidhof (National Capital Velo Club)
34 Steve Bednash (Atlantic Velo/Nert)
35 Philip Martindale (Gran Fondo - Sonic)
36 Brian Doroshuk (Northeastern Hardware/Cjct)
37 Alexander Meyer (Northeastern Hardware)
38 Colin Sandberg (Meredith Group/Gpoa)
40 David Ebeling (Westwood Cycle Masters Team)
41 Edward Bennett (Next /Crca)
41 Jeremy Mucha (Karl Struss/Sdbc)
42 Robert Way (Northeastern Hardware/Cjct)
43 Jared Strowbridge (Northeastern Hardware)
44 Jonathan Bravman (Ysg Racing)
45 Robert Lattanzi (Century Road Club Association)
46 Mike Nickman
47 John Grenier (Maine Cycling Club)
48 Jason Urbanczyk (Colavita Racing Inc)
49 Thomas Mains (C C Evesham)
50 Kirk Carlsen (Heart Of New England Cycling)
51 Ted Inoue (K2/Atlantic Racing)
52 Jermanie Burrows
53 Chris Chong Tenn (High Gear)
54 Joe Whitman (Technocycle Brc)
55 Charles Mccarthy (1 K 2 Go Sports)
56 Aaron France (National Capital Velo Club)
57 Jason Stevenson (Ncvc)
58 Darius Goral (Skylands Cycling)
59 Martin Lechowicz (Cuevas)
60 Mike Novemsky (Colavita Racing)
61 Nick Johnson (Richmond Ciclismo)
62 Stephen Badger (Crca/Sakonnet Technology)
63 Damon Parke (Dk Cycling)
64 Jim Costello (Preferred Care)
65 Matthew Helming (Louis Garneau Racing)
66 Lee Sossen (Crca/Sakonnet Technology)
DNF Dan Underwood (Transrapid-Usa.Com)
DNF Alejandro Guzman (Crca/Foundation)
DNF John Tomlinson (Deno's Wonder Wheel)
DNF Paul Ward (Snow Valley)
DNF Paul Pearson (Tru-Brew)
DNF Glenn Murray (Tri State Velo)
DNF Inson Wood (Foundation)
DNF Juan Pablo Castro (Ysg Racing/Ideal Tile)
DNF Nate Kokinda (Velo Europa Cycle Sport)
DNF Somraj Seepersaud (Ws United)
DNF James Joseph (Cafetaras Cycling Club)
DNF Paul Burrowell
DNF John Paproski (K2/Shirks)
DNF David Whitney (Somerset Wheelmen)
DNF Paul Ziminski (Velocity)
DNF Brad Davis (Team Revolution)
DNF Jerry Kapko (Deno's Wonder Wheel)
DNF Mark Johnson (Rockville Harley-Davidson)
DNF Geoff Bickford (Crca/Axis)
DNF Adam Carr
DNF Haig Marino (Deno's Wonder Wheel/ Slope Sports)
DNF Darin Benson (Na)
DNF Kevin Browne (Colavita Racing)
DNF Jer Walker (Cane Creek)
DNF Greg Loprete (Colavita Racing)
DNF Charles Erndl (Na)
DNF Tucker Brown (Tristate Velo)
DNF Stephan Dioslaki (Team Metra)
DNF Franklin Burgos
DNF Nick Cossa (Evolution/Team Dls)
DNF Rich Hollenbeck (Capital Velo Club)
DNF Rob Quincy (Liberty Cycle)
DNF Thomas Godfrey (Ncvc/Edge Technologies)
DNF Nils Dennis (Transrapid-Usa.Com)
DNF Gavriel Epstein (Crca/Next)
DNF Dan Bonora (World Cup Ski & Cycle Cycling Team)
DNF Aaron Molloy (1K2Go.Com/S&W Sports)
DNF James Maino (K2/Shirks)
DNF Dan Wilson (Team Land Rover/Alliance Environmental)
DNF Jason Urbanczyk (Colavita Racing)
Men Cat 3
1 Sebastian Potok (Watchung Wheelmen)
2 David Bonser (Gotham Cyclists)
3 Glenroy Griffith (Unattached)
4 Kirk Catnott (Team Squiggle)
5 John Donnelly (Olympus Bikes)
6 Aubrey Gordon (Team Squiggle)
7 Bill Gros (Squadra Coppi)
8 Richard Gonzalez (Team Bikery/Shebell Shebell)
9 Neal Stoeckel (Colavita Racing)
10 Wayne Lumkong (Jersey Rock & Road)
11 Marcos Gratereaux (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
12 Kenneth Herrick (Champion System Racing)
13 Brian Wolf (Bethel Cycle)
14 Eric Schlauch (Somerset Wheelmen)
15 Shawn Fenty (Squadra Coppi/Im Saab)
16 John Morales (Cafeteros Cycling Club)
17 Gregory Hutchinson (Portland Velo Club)
18 Alec Riendeau (Highland Park Hermes)
19 Mark Krajci (Gotham Cyclists)
20 Darco Lalevic (Quaker City Wheelmen / Bike Addicts)
21 Juan Pimentel (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
22 Peter Hardy (Somerset Wheelmen)
23 Hammean Walker (Unione Sportiva Italia)
24 John Manailovich (Americas Cycling Team)
25 John Morgan (Bethel Cycle)
26 Clifton Cargill (Team Tam)
27 Alex Quintero
28 Robert L Brown Jr (Global Locate/Sony)
29 Clinton Dorwart
30 Jonathan Baxendale (Mnf/Fastar)
31 Reynaldo Soto (Competitive Ciclyng Group)
32 Jose Collado (Global Locate)
33 Alex Binder (Brielle Cyclery / Wendy's)
34 Cristian Mambelli (Colavita-Bolla)
36 Richard Foley (Bethel Cycle Sport)
36 Daniel Fresolone (Liberty Cycle)
37 Anthony Maisto (Deno's Wonder Wheel)
38 Patrick Kennedy (Liberty Cycle)
39 Patrick Gellineau (Team Squiggle)
40 Pablo Arias (3D Racing Team)
41 Richard Miller (Qcw)
42 Vincent Cintron (Mclagan/Fastar)
43 Darren Lange (3D Racing Team)
44 Kenneth Harris (Kenneth Harris)
45 Daniel Byrne (Crca/Meryl Lynch-Hincapie Sports)
46 Jose Santiago (Competitive Cycling Group)
47 Russell Young (Deno's Wonder Wheel Cycling)
48 Diego Rodriguez (Crandford Bike Team/Cts)
49 Ryan Pomajevich (Boston Velo/Pepsi)
50 John Lennox
51 Frank Zgoda (Crca/Strictly Bicycles)
52 Bill Borghard (Ysg Racing/Brielle Cyclery/Wendy's)
53 John Mattio
54 Joshua Friedman (Champion System Racing)
55 Stephen Sambrano (Biklye Flyers)
56 Jesus Perera (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
57 Brian Gristick (Americas Cycling Team)
58 Jeffrey Hansen (Bethel Sport Club)
59 John James (Toshiba / Big Wheel)
60 Michael Aravich (Ysg Racing/Brielle Cyclery/Wendy's)
61 Douglas Dicks (Na)
62 Ralph Galan Lugo Camino (Competitive Ciclyng Group)
63 Timothy Doherty (Watchung Wheelmen\High Gear)
64 Michael Prokopec (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
65 Fabian Autedo (Colavita Racing)
66 Richard Bauch (Colavita Racing)
67 Thomas Ragland (Squadra Coppi/Im Saab)
68 Wilfredo Barreto (Competitive Cycling Group)
69 John Olsen (Crca/Bennetts)
70 Oscar Osorio (Cafeteros Cycling Club)
71 Rick Spear (Targetraining)
72 Roberto Colon (Competitive Ciclyng Group)
73 Rich Abrahamian (Ysg/Brielle Cyclery/Wendy's)
74 Mike Bucuk (Watchung Wheelmen)
75 Gil A Garcia Davila (Competitive Ciclyng Group)
76 Eric Fredericks (Main Line Cycling)
77 Doug Hover (Brielle Cyclery / Wendy's)
78 Jim Kaeli (Liberty Cycle)
79 Craig Callan (Highland Park Hermes)
80 Ken Drake (Somerset Wheelmen)
81 Zui Hanafusa (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
82 Michael Shapanka (Liberty)
83 Robert Webster (Watchung Wheelmen)
84 Mete Basakinci (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
85 Paul Carbonara
86 Christian Hunold (Quaker City Wheelmen/Bike Addicts)
DNF Larry Towner (Liberty Cycle)
DNF Will Federico (Somerset Wheelmen)
DNF David French (Cts/Cranford Bike Team)
DNF Bernard Del Rosario (Squadra Coppi)
DNF Don Saroff (Squadra Coppi)
DNF Juan Aracena (Westwoodvelo)
DNF Cecil Bernard
DNF Scott Farmer (Cyclefunattic)
DNF Bobby Phillips (Team Snow Valley)
DNF Ken Barreto (Liberty Cycles)
DNF Mark Fontanilla (Liberty Cycle)
DNF Anthony Jay Van Dunk (Team Squiggle)
DNF Rod Murray (Team Somerset Wheelmen)
DNF Eric Perkins (Westwood Velo)
DNF Italo Bastianelli (North Jersey Bicycle Club)
DNF Richard Orner (Keswick Racing)
DNF Matt Swiatek (Cycle Funattic)
DNF Morgan Stebbins (Bethel Cycle Sports Club)
DNF Matt Wilson (Nav/Pedros)
DNF Steve Gray (Bethel Cycle)
DNF Ray Ignosh (Gotham Cyclists)
DNF Dario Ayala (Competitive Cycling Group)
DNF Greg Shutske (Somerset Wheelmen)
DNF Luis Mora (Competitive Ciclyng Group)
DNF Edgardo Torrres (Mclagan National Financial/Fastar)
DNF Maximino Veiga (Mcglagan Financial Group/Fastar)
DNF Milo Bastianelli (Skylands Cycling)
DNF Istvan Benyei (Fastar)
DNF Fernando Ferreira (Mclagan/Fastar)
DNF Matthew Diefenbach (Tri State Velo)
DNF Steve Edgar (Gotham)
DNF Allen Pritchard (Squadra Coppi - Im Saab)
DNF Arthur Mitchell (Squadra Coppi)
DNF Rich Uliana (Gotham Cyclists)
DNF Alvaro Betancur (Cafeteros Cycling Club)
DNF Ian Sandberg (Keswick Racing)
DNF Diego Atehortua (Cafeteros Cyclin Club)
DNF Jeffrey Karam (Portland Velo Club)
DNF Harvey Richman (Brielle Cyclery/Wendy's)
DNF Jonathan Chambers (Gotham Cyclists)
DNF Ian Stanley (Team Squiggle)
DNF Peter Aldridge (Bike America, Fl)
DNF Carl Nelson (Unattached)
DNF Matthew Warner (Drive Sports Racing)
DNF Akira Sato (Carpe Diem Racing)
DNF Daniel Hoover (Quaker City Wheelmen)
Men Junior 15-18
1 Shane Kline (T.E.A.M Fuji)
2 Austin Byrd (Act)
3 Colton Valentine (Drive Sports Racing)
4 Christopher Ruhl
5 Julian Fernandes (Colavita-Bolla Racing)
6 Euri Madera (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
7 Ryan Elliott (Monticello Velo Club)
8 Peter Salon (Cuevas Development)
9 John (Jackie) Simes (Unattached)
10 Barry Miller (Act)
11 Kyle Foley (Cuevas/Mike Fraysse Sports)
12 Alex Kinzey (Vortex Cycling Club)
13 Carter Jones (Colavita)
14 Evan Daney (Unattached)
15 Ryan Bodge (Colavita Racing)
16 Curtis Winsor (Annapolis Bicycle Racing Team)
17 Stephen Chiselko (Liberty Cycle)
18 Pablo Lopez
19 Nicholas Reinert (Vortex Cycling Club)
20 Lewis Almonte (Crca/Miyashoji.Com)
21 Kirk Carlsen (America's Cycling Team)
22 Pascual Caputi (Cafeteros Cycling Club)
23 Filip Capala (Unattached)
24 Richard Schenck (Salamander Racing)
25 Andrew Rech (Cuevas)
26 Andrew Salute (Vortex Cycling Club)
27 Chris Worden (Watchung Wheelmen)
28 Mike Wickman (American Cycling Team)
29 Nathaniel Buyon (Ysg Racing)
DNF Kevin Strawn (Colavita Racing)
DNF Eric Schildge (3D Racing Team)
DNF Colin Woodhouse (Colavita Racing Inc.)
DNF Tim Doud (America's Cycling Team)
DNF Rodney Santiago
DNF Amaury Arias (Century Road Club Association)
DNF Colin Lepore (East Coast Velo)
DNF Gregory Kass (Colavita Racing)
DNF Christopher Thornton (Cuevas Development)
DNF Gregory Battista (Atalantic Bicycle Club)
DNF Daniel Adams
DNF Brett Jacoby (Unattached)
DNF Steven Toledo (Colavita)
DNF Joshua Soboti (3D Racing)
DNF Jesse Moore (Annapolis Bicycle Racing Team)
DNF Javiar Cuevas
DNF Trevor Dericks (Skylands Cycling)
DNF Brian Kleiber (Team Colavita)
DNF David Devine (Na)
DNF Andrew Harris (East Coast Velo)
DNF Colin Jaskiewicz (Colavita)
DNF Alexander Fuchs (Colavita)
DNF Gordon Parola (Cuevas Development)
DNF Taylor Brown (Tri State Velo)
DNF Aron Finkelstein
DNF Oren Shatken (Colavita)                                              

Past winners


2004 Victor Rapinski (Navigators)
2003 Jonas Carney (USA)
2002 Jonas Carney (USA)
2001 Eric Wohlberg (Can)
2000 Jonas Carney (USA)
1999 Eric Wohlberg (Can)
1998 Jonas Carney (USA)
1997 Brett Aitken (Aus)
1996 Julian Dean (NZl)
1995 Jason Snow (USA)
1994 Jame Carney (USA)
1993 Gary Anderson (NZl)
1992 Jonas Carney (USA)


2004 Melissa Sanborn (USA)
2003 Sarah Uhl (USA)