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USA Cycling Elite, U23 & Junior National Championships - NE
California, USA, August 6-10, 2008
Day 5 - August 10: Elite/U23, 17-18 men road races, 166/111 km
Mattis nabs elite men's road race title
Carlsen crowned U23 champion
By USA Cycling
When Kirk Carlsen (VMG-Felt), Peter Stetina (Garmin-Chipotle), and Tom Peterson (Garmin-Chipotle) came to the line in that order at the end of the men's U23 road race on the final day of the USA Cycling Junior, U23, and Elite Road National Championships, it was not the result of an exciting sprint. Rather, all three were side-by-side, having carefully lined up just prior to the finish so that Carlsen would roll over first. The three are team-mates with VMG/Felt as the development arm for the Garmin/Chipotle squad and wanted to be sure that the 21 year-old Carlsen took the top step of the podium after being on a solo break for nearly 40 miles of the six-lap, 115-mile course.
The field of 127 began attacking and counter-attacking early in the first lap and breakaway groups of varying sizes formed, disintegrated, and then reformed while the main field was whittled down repeatedly. The argyle-clad men of Garmin/Chipotle and VMG/Felt were consistently in the mix, and took turns being in important moves.
During the fourth lap, Carlsen was in a large chase group that caught a five-man break that included teammates Peterson, Stetina, and Caleb Fairly (Amarillo, Texas./Garmin-Chipotle). Because his teammates had been working out front, when the break was reeled in, Carlsen said, "It was my turn to go." It was mile 80, and he took off on a flyer, riding by himself and gaining a gap as large as 1:15 on an assortment of chase groups. In the sixth lap at mile 105, the closest chase consisted of two riders: Peterson and Stetina. At this point, Fairly had been out on his own for roughly 25 miles.
"I just put my head down and kept going," he said. "I didn't know they were coming." Peterson and Stetina caught their team-mate at mile 112, just a few miles before the finish. "I was dying, so I was so happy when I looked back and it was two team-mates there," Fairly said.
As the three men made the turn into the final climb to the finish, Fairly said that they talked about how to handle crossing the line. "Yeah, we talked about it, and I guess it was my turn and the guys agreed," he said.
Garmin/Chipotle team director, Jonathan Vaughters, was not only happy about the top-three podium sweep, but was impressed with the team's tactics and strength. "They executed the plan that Chann [McRae] gave them this morning. And outside of that, I think they had the strongest seven guys in the race. So that's what made the difference," he said.
California Giant Berry goes 1-2
In the elite men's race, another large field this time consisting of 131 men also made six circuits of the same course and also engaged in a string of attacks, counter-attacks, and chases. This time there was a sprint finish, and it was James Mattis (California Giant Berry Farms) who soloed across the line eight seconds ahead of breakaway companions Andy Jacques-Maynes (California Giant Berry Farms) and Thurlow Rogers (Amgen Giant Masters).
During the fifth lap, at roughly 85 miles into the race, Mattis, Jacques-Maynes, and Rogers were all part of a large break that held a slim 12-second lead over the nearest chase group. Mattis and Rogers attacked the break, quickly gaining a gap, and Jacques-Maynes jumped across. Mattis said that when Andy joined them, he was ready to dig in. "We just kind of got out there for about a minute, and after that, just kind of stuck it," he said.
Both Mattis and Jacques-Maynes expressed great respect for 48 year-old 1984 Olympian Rogers. "We were pretty smooth together because, you know, Rogers's been doing this forever," Mattis said. "He's so crafty you can't give him an inch because he'll figure out how to win." Jacques-Maynes concurred. "I knew he was going to be really strong. He's really cagey, so he knew when to go and when to hold back, so he rode the race really smart," he said.
As the three neared the turn to the final climb to the finish, Mattis attacked. "Thurlow chased me down," he said. "Then Andy went. Thurlow got him at the bottom, the corner of the final climb, and that's where I went. And that was that." Mattis stayed away, gaining eight seconds by the finish, while Jacques-Maynes outsprinted Rogers for the silver.
Junior men road race
The junior 17-18 men did 3.5 laps around the same course in their event for 69 miles, and it was Evan Huffman (Adobe-HDR p/b Lombardi Sports) who earned the national champion's jersey, crossing the line five seconds ahead of Taylor Kuphaldt (Davis Bike Club), and Marshall Opel (Hammer Nutrition-Montana Junior Cycling).
In the largest field of the day at 138 riders, a break of seven was established early in the first lap, and stayed intact with a maximum one minute to the main group until the third lap. At mile 42, Nick Bax (Hot Tubes Development) made a solo break and stayed out on his own for roughly 10 miles before six riders gradually bridged, forming a lead group of seven that included Huffman, Kuphaldt, and Opel. At mile 62, Bax attacked the break.
"We were working really well, trying to bring him back," Huffman said. "We caught him and then Taylor attacked. We all sat up and let him go. Nick attacked again, I just countered back, and everyone sat up. I came across to Taylor."
As they turned the final corner into the climb to the finish, Huffman was roughly 100 meters behind Kuphaldt. "I just went as hard as I could and flew past Taylor," he said.
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Elite men 1 James Mattis (California Giant Berry Farms) 4.28.39 2 Andy J. Maynes (California Giant Berry Farms) 0.08 3 Thurlow Rogers (Amgen Giant Masters) 0.09 4 Chad Cagle (Mercy Cycling Elite Team p/b Z) 0.21 5 Steven Reaney (California Giant Berry Farms) 6 Paul Mach (Davis Bike Club) 7 Jesse Moore (California Giant Berry Farms) 0.23 8 Chris Walker (Time Factory Team) 0.24 9 Louie Amelburu (PaulTracy.com) 0.25 10 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse) 0.33 11 Mike Olheiser (Memphis motor werks/Carve) 0.38 12 Rudolph Napolitano (Rock Racing) 4.37 13 Vincent Owens (Sierra Pacific Racing) 4.38 14 Ian Holt (US Armed Forces) 5.12 15 Josh Horowitz (Liquid Fitness) 5.17 16 Ken Hanson (California Giant Berry Farms) 5.59 17 Aram Dellalian (Team Bearclaw) 6.00 18 Ryan Parnes (Metromint Cycling) 6.01 19 Michael Easter (Time Factory Team) 20 Adam Livingston (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) 21 Devon Vigus (California Giant Berry Farms) 22 Patrick Caro (Schroeder Iron/Incycle) 6.02 23 Josh Liberles (Colavita NM p/b JNF Enterprise) 6.03 24 Dan Harm (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team) 25 Steven Mlujeak (Herbalife/BikeAmerica) 6.04 26 John"Rolf" Eisinger (Team Legacy Energy) 27 Kevin Klein (Rock Racing) 28 Robert Campbell (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) 29 Lang Reynolds (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team) 30 Ken Young (US Armed Forces) 6.05 31 Chris Demarchi (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) 32 Joshua Bartlett (Team Rubicon-ORBEA) 6.06 33 Joshua Webster (Southern California Velo) 34 John Tzinberg (Liquid Cycling Elite Team) 35 Robert Mcconville (AeroCat/ Latino Cycling) 36 Sean Barrie (Battley Harley-Davidson) 6.07 37 Christopher Daggs (Swami's-FPPI Devt Elite) 38 Sean Coleman (US Armed Forces) 6.08 39 Jonathan Eropkin (VOS Racing) 40 Mark Fennell (Platinum Performance) 6.09 41 Aaron Quesnell (Acqua al 2/SDBC) 42 Cameron Brenneman (Sho-Air/Rock'n'Road) 43 Norman Zellers (Great Basin Imaging Cycling Te) 6.10 44 Mark Shimahara (Team Clif Bar) 45 Nick Clayville (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team) 6.11 46 Michael Lanham (Marx and Bensdorf Tristar) 47 Luke Servedio (Team Krystal -SCV) 48 Thomas Githens (Kahala La Grange) 6.12 49 John Hunt (California Giant Berry Farms) 6.14 50 Greg Christian (Turin/Barker+Nestor) 51 Timothy Farnham (Team Norcal Bike Sport) 6.15 52 Turner Johnson (PennStateHersheyCancer) 53 Matthew Seagrave (Kahala-LaGrange) 6.18 54 Mitchell Trux (Metromint Cycling) 6.19 55 Tim Carolan (Landis/Trek) 6.27 56 Drew Miller (Landis/Trek) 6.28 57 Michael Telega (California Giant Berry Farms) 6.37 58 Keith Miller (California Giant Berry Farms) 59 Peter Andersen (CA Pools Racing) 6.43 60 Steven Scholzen (Nova sport, IS Corp.) 7.00 61 Bryan Mcvey (Vision Quest) 7.22 62 Anthony Aker (Kahala-LaGrange) 63 Martin Adamczyk (Lot/Polish Airlines) 64 Nicholas B. Sorenson (Liquid Cycling Elite Team) 65 Brandon Gritters (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) 66 Haldane Morris (Team Rock) 67 George Ganoung (US Armed Forces) 68 Jonathan Chodroff (Empire/CRCA) 69 Ian Tuttle (Above Category Racing) 70 Barry Lee (TxTough/Team Hotel San Jose) 71 Zach Garrett (US Armed Forces) 72 Craig Luekens (TARGETRAINING) 73 Kirk Gilligan (Sho-Air/Sonance) 74 Bill Jacobus (US Armed Forces) 75 Emiliano Jordan (Colavita NM p/b JNF Enterprise) 76 Brian Lemke (Landis/Trek) 77 Scott Romero (Crazy Cat) 78 Skyler Bishop (Swami's-FPPI Devt Elite) 79 Marc Yap (Swami's-FPPI Devt Elite) DNF Karl Bordine (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) DNF James G. Wilkinson (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) DNF Gilbert Correa (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) DNF Nathaniel Deibler (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable Oil) DNF Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant Berry Farms) DNF Eugene Boronow (GS Mengoni) DNF Sam Johnson (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team) DNF Adrian Hegyvary (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team) DNF Christopher Kuhl (Hershey Cancer Institute-GPOA-) DNF Eric Bean (ISCorp) DNF Aron Gadhia (Kahala-LaGrange) DNF Adrian Gerrits (Kahala-LaGrange) DNF Mike Garrett (Kahala-LaGrange) DNF Nicholaus Schreiber (Landis/Trek) DNF Jeff Kopp (Lindner Capital) DNF Travis Hagner (Locos Pub and Grill) DNF Charles Mccarthy (MetLife p/b unlose.it) DNF Thom Coupe (MetLife p/b Unlose.it) DNF Jason Short (Midwestern State University Cy) DNF David Glick (OrganicAthlete's Team Vegan) DNF Michael Anderson (PaulTracy.com) DNF Brian Cook (Platinum Performance Cycling T) DNF Daniel Chavez (Preferred Alliance) DNF Travis Wilkerson (ShoAir/Sonance) DNF Frank Sarate (SoCalcycling.com) DNF Lee Rosenthal (TARGETRAINING) DNF Calvin Allan (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) DNF Justin Rose (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) DNF Kevin Rowe (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) DNF Matt Weyen (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) DNF Phil Mann (Team Legacy Energy) DNF Jarred Berger (Team Legacy Energy) DNF Brad Cole (Team Legacy Energy) DNF Ian Gray (Team Legacy Energy Ciclismo) DNF Ron Jensen (Team Waste Management) DNF Jon Parrish (Team Waste Management) DNF Zak Grabowski (THF Racing) DNF Erik Wochna DNF Mark Vandermolen DNF David Clinger (Van Dessel/Bike Warrior) DNF Wayne D. Stetina (Amgen/Giant Masters) DNF Chris Mcdonald (Acqua al 2/SDBC) DNF Randall Coxworth (Acqua al 2/SDBC) DNF Patrick Briggs (California Giant Berry Farms) DNF Charles Hutcheson (Battley Harley Davidson) DNF Andy Bestwick (Allegiant Air/Pain Team) DNF Paul Thomas (Southwest Cycling Club Racing) DNF Frederick Stamm (Metromint Cycling) DNS Mark Santurbane (California Giant Berry Farms) DNS Dirk Copeland (California Giant Berry Farms) DNS Alberto Blanco (CRCA/FOUNDATION) DNS Will Riffelmacher (Fiordifrutta) DNS Matthew Busche (Nova Cycle Sport Foundation) DNS Jorge Castillo (Acqua al 2/SDBC) Under 23 men 1 Kirk Carlsen (VMG/Felt) 4.34.05 2 Peter Stetina (Garmin/Chipotle) 0.01 3 Thomas Peterson (Garmin/Chipotle) 4 Phillip Gaimon (Fiordifrutta) 2.28 5 Ryan Baumann (CRCA/Sakonnet) 2.41 6 Kiel Reijnen (Team Waste Management) 2.42 7 Caleb Fairly (Garmin/Chipotle) 2.45 8 Scott Jackson (Watchung Wheelmen / High Gear) 9 Benjamin King (Kelly Benefit Strategies/Medif) 2.46 10 Carter Jones (Colavita Racing) 2.51 11 Taylor Shelden (Team Rio Grande) 2.53 12 Nick Frey (TIME Pro Cycling) 3.11 13 Tyler Dibble (California Giant Berry Farms/) 5.04 14 Corey Ray (Metro Volkswagen/FCS Cycling) 15 Alexander Boyd (Team Waste Management) 16 Adam Switters (Rock Racing) 17 Christopher Butler (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 18 Max Jenkins (California Giant Berry Farms/) 19 Shawn Rosenthal (ZteaM) 20 Alister Ratcliff (Fiordifrutta) 21 Christopher Hong (Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV) 22 Tristan Uhl (TxTough/Team Hotel San Jose) 23 Charles Marzot (Fiordifrutta) 24 Ross Berger (Unattached) 25 Spencer Beamer (DLP Racing) 26 Jacob Keough (Kelly Benefit Strategies/Medif) 27 Joshua Lipka (Fiordifrutta) 28 Tyler Jewell (TxTough/Team Hotel San Jose) 29 James Driscoll (FiordiFrutta) 30 Eric Bennett (Successful Living p/b Parkpre) 31 Andrew Dahlheim (Metro VW/FCS Cycling) 32 Daniel Holloway (VMG/FELT) 33 Sean Mazich (Team Waste Management) 34 Andrew Goessling (Village Peddler) 35 Jacob MacArthur (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team) 36 Noah Singer (Kahala-LaGrange) 37 Steven Gordon (Haymarket Bicycles) 38 Thacker Reeves (Matrix/RBM) 39 Julian Martinez (Metromint Cycling on Marin Bik) 40 Zachary Williams (Village Peddler) 41 Andrew Salcedo (Acqua al 2/SDBC) 42 Benjamin Bradshaw (Kahala-LaGrange) 43 Andrew Baker (TIME Pro Cycling) 44 Chris Keane (Preferred Alliance) 45 Christopher Parrish (Hagen Berman LLP Cycling Team) 46 Cody O'Reilly (Successful Living p/b Parkepre) 47 Lucas Binder (Cal Cycling) 48 Grant Van Horn (Team Waste Management) 49 Joey Rosskopf (Kudzu.com U-23) 50 Erik Slack (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) 51 Eric Losak (VRC-MS Society) 52 Josh Yeaton (Kaladi-Subway) 53 Jonathan Tower (Performance Driven) 54 Oscar Clark (Kudzu.com U-23) 55 Gregg Brandt (Bianchi/Grand Performance) 56 William Snodgrass (Metro Volkswagen/FCS Cycling) 57 Gregory Battista (Team Metra/Wendy's/Victor Home) 58 Albert Gonzalez (Unattached) 59 Scott Dolmat-Connell (Met Life p/b unlose.it) 60 Braden Bingham (Team Rio Grande) 61 John (Jackie) Simes IV (TIME Pro Cycling) 62 Evan Bowman (Team Waste Management) 63 Carson Miller (Team Rubicon-ORBEA) 64 David Hutton (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 65 Robert Carr (Swami's-FPPI Devt Elite) 66 Kolt Bates (Mercy Cycling Elite Team) 67 Mike Sohm (Specialized/Porcupine) 68 Stefan Swecker (TriStar Cycling/Marx &Bensdorf) 69 Phillip Snodgrass (Metro Volkswagen) 70 Peter Carey (Metro Volkswagen) 71 Cory Greenberg (NOW- MS Society) 72 Matthew Howe (DLP Racing) 73 James Esser (SC Velo) 74 Gabe Varela (Vertical Earth) 75 Allen Morris (One Call Now) DNS Eric Fischer (Kovarus ABTA) DNS Max Haines-Stiles (Metromint Cycling on Marin Bik) DNS Micah Herman (VOS Racing) DNS Adam Lang (Mesa Cycles) DNS Sean Melcher (CJCT/Northeastern Hardware) DNS Gustavo-Adolfo Mendez (Unattached) DNS Dylan O'Sullivan (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNS Mitchell Peterson (Mona Vie/Cannondale) DNS Eric Riggs (NorCal Elite Cycling) DNS Alexander Welch (Mercy Cycling Elite Team p/b Z) DNS Jorge Rodriguez Castillo (Acqua Al 2 / San Diego Bicycle) DNF Eric Barlevav (Time Pro Cycling) DNF Jafer Beizer (Kudzu.com U-23) DNF Thomas Brown (Kudzu.com U-23) DNF Travis Burandt (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNF Ian Burnett (Fort Lewis College) DNF Austin Carroll (Rock Racing) DNF John Crow (North Carolina State Universit) DNF Stevie Cullinan (Team Waste Management) DNF Brock Curry (Rock Racing) DNF Winston David (TOSHIBA-Santo) DNF Jesse Dekrey (Kahala-LaGrange) DNF Guy East (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNF Dustin Eskelson (Canyon Bicycles Elite Team) DNF Christopher Hall (HRRC/ Trek Stores) DNF Cheyne Hoag (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNF Alex Jarman (Swamis-FPPI DET) DNF Nicholas Keough (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNF Alex Kerman (One Call Now) DNF Julian Kyer (ProPeloton Racing) DNF Nicholas Martinez (University of California-Santa) DNF Noah Metzler (RGF Solutions/Panther Expedite) DNF John Meyers (ABD/GearGrinder) DNF Michael Midlarsky (Bike America) DNF Christopher Monteleone (Team Carolina Tri-Metro Reprog) DNF Steven Pingree (Army Cycling) DNF Walker Savidge (VMG/FELT) DNF Eric Schildge (Fiordifrutta) DNF Daniel Summerhill (VMG/FELT) DNF Robert Sweeting (Toshiba-Santo) DNF Andrew Talansky (TOSHIBA-Santo) DNF David Talbott (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) DNF Jerome Townsend (Fitness Together/IF pb Lionett) DNF Justin Williams (Rock Racing) DNF Kevin Mullervy (Black Sheep) DNF Conor Mullervy (Black Sheep) DNF Phillip Elsasser (Western Washington University) DNF Alexi Martinez (Successful Living) DNF Justin Anderson (One Call Now) DNF Bradley Gehrig (Salt Lake Cycling) DNF Aaron Schneider (Team VRC/NOW-MS Society) DNF Luke Pennington (S & M Young Guns) 17 - 18 men 1 Evan Huffman (Adobe/HDR p/b Lombardi Sports) 2.40.27 2 Taylor Kuphaldt (Davis Bike Club) 0.05 3 Marshall Opel (Hammer Nutrition/Montana Junio) 0.10 4 Nick Bax (Hot Tubes Development) 5 Ryan Zupko (Swiss American Racing Team) 0.13 6 Ian Boswell (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 0.14 7 Jordan Campbell (Hagens Berman LLC) 8 Jacob Rathe (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 1.06 9 Alfredo Cruz (Team Rock) 10 Aj Meyer (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 11 Tyler Brandt (Team Swift) 12 Zack Stein (IS Corp/Nova Cycling Sports) 1.07 13 Austin Arguello (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 14 Gavin Mannion (Hot Tubes Development Team) 15 Alan Ting (Northwest Cycling/Alkek Velodr) 16 Jeremy Ferguson (Team Ride for a Reason) 17 Charlie Avis (Team Specialized Racing Junior) 18 Anthony Olson (Nature Valley) 1.08 19 Chris Stastny (Davis Bike Club) 1.09 20 Carlos Leyva (Acqua al 2/SDBC) 21 Marcel Delisser (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 22 Connor O'leary (Velosport Racing) 23 Kevin Gottlieb (Squadra Coppi) 24 Andres Cano (Team Laser-ES) 25 Lawrence Warbasse (Priority Health Cycling) 1.10 26 Matthew Miyamoto (Front Rangers Cycling Club) 27 Cody Foster (Southern Elite) 28 Garrick Valverde (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 29 Ian Moir (Team Rock) 1.11 30 Ty Magner (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 31 Kevin Young (Bicycle Place Velo Club) 32 Andre Vandenberg (Velosports Racing) 33 Dylan Jones (BYRDS/Eagles) 34 Will Mcginnis (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo) 35 Nikolai Masluk (Northeastern Hardware/CJCT) 1.12 36 Brandon Trafton (Central Valley Cycling) 37 Stephen Koelbl (G.S.C. Blagnac) 1.13 38 Michael Niemi (Cycle Science) 39 Danny Finneran (Team Rock) 40 Adrian Balsara (Tyson Racing) 1.14 41 Cory St. Clair (Pro Chain Cycling) 42 Nicholas Abal (Tieni Duro) 1.15 43 Kal Farmer (Team Power Train) 1.16 44 Graham Aldredge (GP VeloTek) 45 Weston Luzadder (Nova Cycle Sport Inc.) 46 Tucker Gerald (Cain's Racing) 1.17 47 David Lelong (ITB-Pacific Velo) 48 Cody Cox 49 Marcos Rodriguez (Laser ES) 1.18 50 Brandon Howard (Central Valley Cycling) 51 Ryan Cleveland (SC velo) 52 Steve Fisher (Rad Racing NW) 53 Alex Edwards (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 54 Sam Stone (Baraboo Sharks) 1.19 55 Daniel Heeley (South Bay Wheelmen) 56 Maxwell Durtschi (Sun Summit Cycling Club) 57 Derek Titus (Team Cucina Fresca) 1.20 58 Austin Mclenithan (FARM TEAM CYCLING) 59 Ricky Gargiulo (Colavita Racing) 60 James Carrico 61 Andrew Barker (5280 Magazine) 62 Alex Hetherington (Tyson Racing) 1.21 63 Emerson Oronte (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast po) 64 Zane Dordai (Colavita Racing) 65 John Loucks (Pro Chain Cycling) 1.22 66 Bryan Larsen (Rio Strada) 67 Alder Martz (Hot Tubes Development) 68 Joshua Soboti (Team Metra/Wendys p.b. Victor ) 1.23 69 Stephen Liguori (Team Tyson) 1.24 70 Kyle Cochran (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo) 1.25 71 Michael Stone (Fulton Flyers Devo) 72 Ian Terry (Rad Racing/Hagens Berman) 1.26 73 Patrick Torres (SC Velo) 74 Andrew Florian (Priority Health Juniors/U23) 1.27 75 Eric Emsky (Rad Racing NW / Hagens Berman ) 76 Stradford Helms 77 Matt Pence (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 1.28 78 Joseph Schmalz (HRRC Trek Stores) 1.29 79 Jacob Byrd (Benissimo) 1.31 80 Cody Wignall (FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah) 1.32 81 Matt Green (Pro Chain Cycling) 1.33 82 Henry Willis (ASV) 1.35 83 Evan Cooper (CRCA Jr.Dev.) 84 Brandon Mart (Team Ride For A Reason) 1.37 85 Brandon Lach (Pro Chain Cycling) 1.39 86 Adam Leibovitz (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 1.40 87 Nathanael Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing) 1.41 88 Morgan Ryan (Major Motion Development) 1.44 89 Erik Meier (Baraboo Sharks) 1.47 90 Adolfo Orozco (United Cycling Club) 1.49 91 Scotty Tickemyer (SC Velo) 1.52 92 Nathan Brown (Hot Tubes Junior Developement ) 93 Austin Allison (THF Racing) 94 Scott Rosenfield (Nova Cycle Sports Foundation) 2.07 95 Tyler Karnes (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 2.10 96 Colton Barrett (MNJRC) 2.33 97 Zack Geyer (Baraboo Sharks) 3.04 98 Kit Recca (Front Rangers Cycling Club) 3.13 99 Levi Baker (Tyson Racing) 100 Wes Stein (Pacific Power Blue Sky) 3.26 101 Eddie Solorzano (Preffered Alliance) 3.36 102 Graham Coy (Tri-State Velo) 4.12 103 Tyler Wall (Ski Utah Cycling Team) 4.15 104 Chase Watkins (BYRDS) 4.18 105 Greg Lowhorn (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 4.46 106 Elliott Craddock (Seigler Sports) 4.53 107 Austin Robison (Metro Volkswagen) 5.07 108 Nicholas Savadelis (Fulton Flyers Devo) 109 Chris Di Re (First Rate Mortgage) 5.16 110 Josh Courtney (Southern California Velo) 7.04 111 Wesley Finger (Oh Boy Oberto/Redline) 8.53 112 Nathan Wilson (NCVC/Inova Health System) 9.31 113 Trace Althans (October Lake Effect) 114 Morgan Miller (WV 29'ers) 115 Edan Levaton (Team Specialized Racing) 116 Sam Simmons (Major Motion Cycling Club) 117 Samuel Murdock (Pro Chain Cycling) DNF Mitch Gantz (Baraboo Sharks) DNF Colton Hlavinka (BYRDS-EAGLES) DNF Connor Sallee (CRCA JrDev/Orbea) DNF Alex Wick (Davis Bike Club) DNF Ryan Bibko (First Rate Mortgage) DNF Dylan Degan (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo Team) DNF Austin Stewart (GS Tenzing) DNF Jose Blanco (LA GRANGE) DNF Cesar Acosta (Major Motion) DNF Jan Bradford-Watts (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) DNF Alexander Quinones (Nob Hill Velo) DNF Taylor Benz (Sun Summit Cycling Club) DNF Peter Boyd (Trek Stores: Heartland) DNS Christopher Hurst (Baraboo Sharks) DNS Luke Keough (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast po) DNS Parker Thompson (Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team) DNS Steven Black (National Capital Velo Club) DNS William York (One Call Now) DNS Iggy Silva (Team Rock) DNS Ethan Weiss (Team Swift) DNS Nat Weston (Montana Junior Cycling Foundation)