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The Cycle-Smart International - C2
Northampton, USA, November 4, 2007
2006 Results Results Past winners
Anthony regains the lead
By Kirsten Robbins in Northampton, Massachusetts
Look Park hosted one of the fastest UCI cyclo-cross events of the season under clear skies and dry conditions. Race winner, Jesse Anthony (Jamis) predicted before the start that the race would be a group effort and he went on take his second solo victory at the finish along with enough points to regain the lead in the Verge New England Series. After a considerable amount of tactical effort during the race behind Anthony, Mark McCormack (Clif Bar) took a convincing second place in a two-up sprint against Chris Jones (Nerac).
"I wanted to make the lead group smaller because I knew that it was going to be a group style of race today because of the nature of the course," said Anthony, the Verge New England Series leader. "I tried to throw in a couple of attacks to split the field a bit and that helped bring us down to five riders."
A group of ten riders split from the front of the field that included Anthony, McCormack, Jones along with Troy Wells (Clif Bar), Adam Myerson (Nerac), Matt White (Fiordifrutta), Tristan Schouten (Planet Bike), Ryan Leach (GPOA-Cannondale), Mike Garrigan (Jet Power) and Jamey Driscoll (Fiordifrutta). Anthony and Wells were two of the most aggressive riders and their relentless attacks split the group into a more manageable wrestle between five notable riders.
McCormack, Wells, Jones, Myerson and Anthony flew around the circuit evenly matched in strength but when Anthony realized he was the only rider with out a team-mate he used that as a chance to force an opportunity for success. "I tried to ride smart and aggressive because I have a hard time racing by just sitting in the group all day," said Anthony. "I tried really hard to throw down a few times today but everyone was chasing me. At one point Mark told me to calm down and save something for the end so I chilled out a bit and waited for an opportune moment."
Team tactics played a partial role in the outcome of the race. Wells, McCormack and Anthony took turns at trying to escape from the small break, separating themselves by only small distances from one another before regrouping. Meanwhile Jones and Myerson used their complimentary riding styles to try to set Jones up in a smaller break and save Myerson, known for his fierce sprint, for the finish. Second place on the day, McCormack acknowledged his teammates efforts that aided in his podium finish and gave some good advice to aspiring cyclo-cross riders. "Troy spent a lot of time attacking today and at some points I was going out the back," said the former US national champion. "I know this course so well and I've won on it a couple of times so I know that as the guys get older and more mature they are able to race at the front and be more aggressive. All you can do out there is keep trying and eventually the pain will go away for a brief moment until the next guy decides to attack."
With two laps to go, when it looked like Myerson might have a shot at a bunch sprint, he crashed over a root littered sections of the circuit. Simultaneously, Wells attacked over the steep run up and caused mass destruction amongst his break away companions. "When I saw that Adam had made the front group I rode a little defensively so that if it came down to a sprint I would be able to help him out in the end," said Jones. "But once I lost him to a crash on the last lap I had to change my game plan. The leaders jersey is important to us and it is the goal of our team to win the series."
With all five riders spread apart by small gaps, Anthony found his winning opportunity to counterattack Wells through the sand pit. "I just put my head down and gauged my effort enough to see what kind of a gap I got," said Anthony. "There were places on the course where I felt better, like the run ups and in the technical parts but I ended up attacking out of the sand because the opportunity was right."
Anthony instantly gained a considerable lead and by the time he had climbed over the run up it was clear he had put Jones, the defending New England leader, into difficulty. "Chris is a really good racer and he deserves to be wearing this jersey too," said Anthony. "It will be a good battle from here on in because we are really close in points and I really want to win this jersey. It's very prestigious for me because there have been a lot of great racers to have worn it, so it has sentimental value."
Jones chased for two full laps with McCormack glued to his wheel but fell shy of five seconds to fully make contact before the line. McCormack commended Jones on the immense effort he put forward. "I think it was inevitable that the race would have blown apart at the end," said McCormack. "The hardest part of the race, for me, was following Chris around on the last lap. He was absolutely flying and if he had another half a lap he would have caught Jesse."
"I don't think I would have help out in the chase even if I had been able to get around Chris," added McCormack. "I couldn't have closed the gap to Jesse. I was giving everything I had just stay on Chris' wheel and I lost his wheel a couple of times going down the hill. I caught him on the last rise and I knew that if I could do that, than I could hold his wheel through all the corners to the finish - where my savvy ness came out of me and I had just enough energy in me to come around him. We both dug really deep but when your following you have that little bit of reserved energy left because of being able to relax a little through the corners."
Bessette back on form
Lyne Bessette (Cyclocrossworld.com) proved to be back on form after winning her second UCI race in two days. The podium was identical to the previous days race with Rebecca Wellons (Ridley Factory Team) powering her way to the finish line for second place ahead of Maureen Bruno-Roy (Independent Fabrications).
The women's race started in a sprint for the first gravel corner. The four usual suspects included Bessette, Wellons, Bruno-Roy and Natasha Elliot (Stevens). They exited the woods onto the flat valley in a tight knit lead group but Bessette gained a significant lead over her three competitors on the steep run up and continued to increase her gap over the forty-minute race.
Bessette has battled a cold that has taken two weeks to fully recover from but admitted she was happy to be feeling better after her solo victory. "I'm still not feeling one hundred percent but I think I'm getting much better," said Bessette. "When I was sick and tired I was racing and I just felt like I had no control over my bike and I couldn't push on my pedals but I was feeling much better today."
The race for second place was an exciting battle between Bruno-Roy and Wellons as each rider tried to open a gap on the other through the challenging sections of the course.
"We were constantly attacking each other so it might have looked like we were working together, but my take on it is that we were trying to see where the other would falter," said Wellons. "Maureen was really good up through the turns. I'd try attacking her up the run up and on the and on the road because I feel like that is where my strengths are, is the road power. She road really well today and it was a lot of fun. But in the end we were together and it came down to the road section."
Bruno-Roy acknowledged that she has just found her fitness after being sick for the start of the cyclo-cross season but is hoping to continue to improve before the US national championships next month. "I was feeling a little tired today after yesterday's race," said Bruno-Roy. "But ninety percent of today's course was flat and fast and not really an advantage to a rider like me - more suited to a powerful rider. I had to find little places where I could get a gap or use some momentum plus I had to give it everything I had on the flat stuff."
"It is this time of year where I feel like I get fitter and then I get nervous because I realize that there are just five more races until nationals," added Bruno-Roy. "It feels like it's going to end before it gets started. But I'd like to continue to improve and get stronger for nationals."
Lyne orbited around the technical circuit with ease that her gap would be large enough to claim another win. "I went pretty steady and a little faster through the corners today," said Bessette. "On the last lap I tried to push it even more but I still feel a little sluggish. I'm happy with this weekend. It is a really fun course and a lot of little things that are different. Unfortunately I wish we could have ridden the sand. We don't get too many chances to ride in the sand and it would have been good practice."
Coming to the finishing pavement, Wellons used her criterium smarts to land a second place. "I wanted a little bit more of a gap coming onto the pavement but she was right on my wheel," said Wellons. "I felt confident that I could stay in front of her in a sprint but we started side by side and I was able to power way from her on the road."
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Elite Men 1 Jesse Anthony (Jamis) 1.01.11 2 Mark Mccormack (Clif Bar Cyclocross) 0.05 3 Christopher Jones (Nerac Pro Cycling) 0.07 4 Troy Wells (Clif Bar Cyclocross) 0.32 5 Adam Myerson (Nerac Pro Cycling) 0.41 6 Matt Shriver (Jittery Joe's/Sonic Cyclocross) 0.45 7 Matt White (Fiordifrutta) 1.15 8 Ryan Leach (Gpoa-Cannondale) 9 Jamey Driscoll (Fiordifrutta Elite Cycling Team) 10 Davide Frattini (Team Colavita/Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Li) 1.33 11 Daniel Neyens (Hagens-Berman Cycling Team) 12 Jerome Townsend (Ridley Factory Team) 1.49 13 Justin Spinelli (Kbs/Medifast Pro Cycling Team) 14 Michael Garrigan (Jetpower/ Epic Ride) 1.55 15 Nicholas Keough (Jittery Joe's/Sonic Cyclocross) 2.00 16 Tristan Schouten (Planet Bike) 2.26 17 Alec Donahue (Joe's Garage) 2.28 18 Weston Schempf (C3-Sollay.Com) 2.37 19 Osmond Bakker (Stevens Cross) 3.09 20 Josh Dillon (Fiordifrutta) 3.21 21 Kevin Wolfson (Dartmouth Cycling) 3.36 22 Derrick St John (The Cyclery) 3.47 23 Justin Lindine (Targetraining / Fastar) 3.59 24 Ryan Fleming (Everactive.Com/Workers Comp Solutions/Legal Sea Foods) 4.30 25 Daniel Coady (We Love Bicycles) 26 Robbie King (Priority Health P/B Bissell) 27 Corey Dearborn Boilard 4.47 28 Christian Favata (Alan Factory) 5.08 29 Jamie Belchak (Nav/Classbook.Com) 30 Benjamin Popper (Twin 6 / Killjoy) 31 Adam Mcgrath (Maxxis/Litespeed) 32 Dylan O'sullivan (Housatonic Wheel Club U23) 5.21 33 Nathaniel Ward (Joe's Garage) 5.29 34 Dan Langlois (Circle A & The Hub) 35 Adam Sullivan (Nbx/Narragansett Beer Cyclocross) 5.34 36 John Burns (Bikeman.Com) 5.40 37 Peter Rubijono (Cambridge Bike/Igleheart Frames) 38 Mukunda Feldman (Kenda/Raleigh Racing) 6.46 One lap down 39 Morgan Macleod (Mechanical Services/Cyclemania) 40 Ethan Gilmour (Jittery Joe's/Sonic Cyclocross) 41 Alex Whitmore (Cambridge Bicycle / Igleheart Frames) 42 Aidan Charles (Nerac Pro Cycling) 43 Michael Norton (Verge Sport/Test Pilot) 44 Myles Romanow (Wildthyme/If) 45 James Pair (Independent Fabrications) 46 Todd Yezefski (Nerac Pro Cycling) Elite Women 1 Lyne Bessette 37.49 2 Rebecca Wellons (Ridley Factory Team) 0.34 3 Maureen Bruno Roy (If / Wheelworkss / Sram) 0.35 4 Anna Milkowski (Velo Bella-Kona) 1.24 5 Natasha Elliott (Stevens Cross) 1.37 6 Melanie Swartz (Velo Bella - Kona) 1.48 7 Sally Annis (Nebc) 2.00 8 Amy Wallace (Rgm Watches - Richard Sachs) 2.03 9 Cris Rothfuss (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 2.43 10 Perri Mertens (Cambridge Bicycle/Igleheart Frames) 2.48 11 Jennifer Stebbins (Workers Comp Solutions/Everactive) 2.52 12 Karen Potter (Zancanato/Mtb-Mind.Com) 2.54 13 Kathy Savary (Gearworks) 3.11 14 Pauline Frascone (Independent Fabrication/Kempner) 3.20 15 Melody Chase (Velo Bella - Kona) 3.23 16 Alie Kenzer (Rgm Watches - Richard Sachs) 3.39 17 Vicki Thomas (Stevens Cross) 4.02 18 Marci Titus Hall (Desalvo Custom Cycles) 4.14 19 Hannah Kirshner (Circle & The Hub) 4.18 20 Erin Duggan (Ridley Factory Team) 4.22 21 Susan Maclean (Gear Works/Spin Arts Cycling Team) 4.37 22 Brenda Bahnson (Independent Fabrication) 4.49 23 Sara Cushman (Gear Works/Spin Arts) 5.03 24 Kathleen Billington (Schick) 5.54 25 Laura Jensen (Benidorm/Eastern Bloc Cycling Club) 6.09 26 Heidi Von Teitenberg (C3-Sollay.Com) 6.55 One lap down 27 Mary Lynn Wikar (Fts/Michelin) 28 Kathryne Carr (Joe's Garage) 2/3 Men 1 Joshua Lipka (Fiordifrutta Elite Cycling Team) 42.18 2 Brendan Cornett (Mechanical Services/Cyclemania) 0.06 3 Joshua Liberles (Colavita New Mexico) 4 Ryan Kelly (Housatonic Wheel Club) 0.11 5 John Peterson (Bikebarnracing.Com) 0.25 6 Jeremy Dunn (Cambridge Bicycle Presented By Igleheart Frames) 0.31 7 Pete Smith (Cambridge Bicycle / Igleheart Frames) 0.33 8 Jonathan Awerbuch (Cycle-Smart) 0.35 9 Peter Bradshaw (Cambridge Bicycle) 0.41 10 Ryan Rumsey (Bikeman.Com) 0.45 11 Todd Rowell (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 0.54 12 Hunter Pronovost (Anthem-Cccc) 13 Christopher Bagg (Bikereg.Com) 1.13 14 Steve Roszko (Bikereg.Com) 1.24 15 Thom Parsons (Team International Bicycle Centers) 1.29 16 Colin Reuter (Crossresults.Com) 1.34 17 Colin H. Murphy (Kenda/Raleigh Racing) 18 Sean Mannion (Verge) 1.45 19 Matt Budd (Nyc Velo) 20 Joel Biederman (Cyclonauts Racers) 21 Tyson Parody (Bikereg.Com) 22 Benjamin Coleman (Bikereg.Com Cycling) 23 Kenny Ambach (Cyclonauts Racers/Zanconato Custom Cycles) 1.56 24 Joshua Bartlett (Noreast Cycling) 2.00 25 Marc Bavineau (Ecv) 2.11 26 Scott Rosenthal (Hup United/Zanconato Custom Cycles) 27 Sean Cavanaugh (Bethel Cycle) 2.18 28 Christian Eager (Quadcycles) 2.26 29 Alex Cox (Freddie Fu Cycling) 30 James Newton (International Bicycles Centers) 31 Cary Fridrich (Cambridge Bicycle/ Igleheart Frames/ Mom) 32 Jesse Perreault (Comprehensive Racing/Salem Cycles) 2.39 33 Brian Keegan (Nor'east Cycling) 2.44 34 Kurt Schmid (Salem Cycle/Felt/Rudy Project) 35 Mike Zanconato (Hup United/Zanconato Custom Cycles) 36 Kevin Sweeney 37 Cort Cramer (Minuteman Road Club) 38 Pierre Vanden Borre (Hup United) 2.52 39 Joshua Wilcox (503 Cycleworx/Lhcc) 2.57 40 Colin Rowan (Corner Cycle) 3.05 41 Patrick Goguen (Cl Noonan/Coast To Coast/Kam) 3.26 42 Robert Poole (Bikebarnracing.Com) 43 David Young 44 Charlie Rey (Carlheart Cycle Team) 3.29 45 Joshua Jamner (Hup United/Colby College Cycling) 3.34 46 Tim Cook (U Mass) 3.37 47 Ethan Parsons (Ncc/Bikereg.Com) 3.43 48 Eric Schildge (Dortmouth College) 3.45 49 Thom Coupe (Unh / Boston Scientific) 50 C Todd Lombardo (International Bicycle Centers) 3.55 51 Mark Vareschi (Rutgers University Cycling Team) 3.59 52 Guenter Hofer 53 Eric Silva (Quadcycles) 4.07 54 Scott Patrick Sullivan (Nbx/Narragansett Beer Cyclocross) 4.15 55 Oscar Jimenez (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 4.26 56 Scott Conchieri (Flatbread Ottercreek Cycling) 57 Christopher Bailey (Boston Road Club) 4.30 58 Nate Simms (Nav/Classbook.Com) 59 Glenn Cook (Blesso) 60 Mark Nicholson (Returns Nour) 61 Jeff Johnson (Bennington Cycle Club) 62 Vincent Chavarion (Tufts) 63 William Palm (Mit Cycling/Fxdd) 64 Daniel Owen (Cbrc) 5.00 65 Anthony Parent (Anthem - Cccc) 5.04 66 Tom Buttner (Verge Sport/Test Pilot) 5.38 67 Jeffrey Gilman (Mass Bay Road Club) 5.46 68 Keith Reynolds (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 5.53 69 Chris Curven (North Atlantic Velo / Classbook.Com / Giant / Pedro's) 6.00 70 Nicholas Bartow (Berkshire Bike & Board) 6.18 71 Chuck Nguyen (Bikeman.Com) 6.41 72 Todd Crisafulli (North Atlantic Velo/Classbook.Com/Pedros/Giant) 7.31 73 Matt Rossman (Cl Noonan/Coast To Coast/Kam) 8.00 One lap down 74 Russell Kelly (Sakonnet Techonogly) 75 Mark Robson (Nerac Pro Cycling) 76 Matt Montross (Classbook.Com / Giant / Pedro's) 77 Dan Seaton (Noreast Cycling/Hammer Nutrition) U19 Juniors 1 Luke Keough 35.43 2 Gavin Mannion (Hot Tubes Junior Development Team) 0.27 3 Jesse Keough (Clnoonan Coast To Coast Kam) 3.21 4 Matthew Spinks (Skylands Cycling) 3.57 5 Paul Lynch (Clnoonan/Coast-To-Coast/Kam) 5.40 One lap down 6 Rider 631 7 Spencer Pero 8 Jimmy Mucci (Berkshire Bike & Board) U15 Juniors 1 Curtis White (Cbrc/Capital Bicycle Racing Club) 14.13 2 Aaron House (Housatonic Wheel Club) 3 Tommy Goguen (Minuteman Road Club) 0.17 4 Jimmy Mucci (Berkshire Bike & Board) 0.29 5 Peter Goguen (Minuteman Road Club) 1.11 6 Nate Morse (Clnoonan/Coast To Coast/Kam) 1.14 7 Andrew Frothingham (Ccb) 1.31 8 Austin Vincent (Unattached) 1.40 9 Patrick Crowther (Joe's Garage) 2.43 10 Sean Suprenant (Ccb/Volkswagen) 3.06 11 Ian Keough 3.07 12 Joseph Toth (Cbrc/Capital Bicycle Racing Club) 3.27 13 Richard Vincent (Unattached) 3.47 14 Abigail Callahan (Mbrc) 4.08 15 Colin Vincent (Unattached) 4.53 16 Christopher Goguen (Minuteman Road Club) 6.27 17 Nicolas Catlin (Tokeneke Road Club) 7.14 18 Jena Sagendorf 13.31 3/4 Women 1 Celeste Drumm (Fts) 36.58 2 Karen Tripp (Naults.Com) 0.28 3 Susanne Delaney (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 0.32 4 Elizabeth Cash (Colavita New Mexico) 0.40 5 Elizabeth White (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 1.00 6 Rebecca Blatt (Kenda Tire) 1.07 7 Anna Mcloon (Harvard University) 8 Mary Hamilton 1.13 9 Haley Beann (Rocky Mounts) 1.27 10 Rozanne Puleo (Cambridge Bicycle/Igleheart Frames/Luna) 1.35 11 Allison Snooks (Landrys Bicycle) 2.12 12 Rachel Brown (International Bicycle Centers) 13 Nicole Chretien 2.16 14 Rebecca Zanconato (Hup United/Zanconato Custom Cycles) 2.26 15 Sherri Curcuru (Essex County Velo) 3.02 16 Stephanie Chase (International Bicycle Centers) 17 Jen Rhodes (Team International Bike Club, Boston) 3.08 18 Jess Lates (Keltic/Ccc) 19 Michele Harrison (Essex County Velo) 20 Mary Fuchs (Eastern Bloc) 21 Janet Ramos (Nebc/Cycle Loft) 22 Natalia Boltukhova (Cambridge Bicycle/Igleheart Frames) 4.14 23 Lauren Tracy (Team Vortex) 5.21 24 Melissa Smith (International Bicycle Centers) 5.34 25 Dianne Aubach 6.15 26 Kerry Combs (Hup United/Zanconato Bicycles) 6.42 27 Jan Weyant Hamel (Unattached) 7.56 One lap down 28 Kathy Martin (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 29 Linda Hood (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 30 Julie Lockhart (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental / Mcra) 31 Emily Smith (Temple University Cycling) Masters 35+ 1 Jonny Bold (Corner Cycle) 41.20 2 Pascal Bussières (Louis Garneau Custom Team) 3 Michael Yozell (Fort Factory Cyclocross Team) 0.38 4 Kevin Hines (Corner Cycle) 0.45 5 Sean Groom (Squadra Coppi/Im Saab) 6 Greg Ferguson (Fort Factory Team) 0.51 7 Mark Stotz (Corner Cycle) 8 Curtis Boivin (Providence Velo) 9 John Mosher (Corner Cycle) 10 Steve Proulx (Stevens Cross) 1.16 11 Kristopher Auer (C3-Sollay.Com) 1.26 12 Colman O'connor (Bicycle Link/Mbrc) 1.31 13 Alan Starrett (Bikeman.Com) 14 Stephan Marcoux (Garneau Custom Team) 1.36 15 Brant Hornberger (Bikereg.Com) 16 Keith Gauvin (Cyclonaut Racers) 1.50 17 Kurt Perham (Cycle-Smart/Boulder Cycle Sport) 18 Marc Boudreau (Stevens Cross) 2.10 19 Michael Bernard (Gearworks Spinarts) 2.19 20 William Shattuck (Bikebarnracing.Com) 2.26 21 John Foley (Unattached) 2.29 22 Christopher Long (Independent Fabrication/Gotham) 23 Paul Lynch (Bicyclelink/Mbrc) 2.48 24 Kevin Malloy (Cbrc) 25 Kurt Schmid (Salem Cycle/Felt/Rudy Project) 3.00 26 Tim Groesbeck (Ccb) 3.17 27 Brian Cantele (Ebcc/Benidorm Bikes) 3.33 28 Bob Bisson (Gear Works/Spin Arts) 3.36 29 Stuart Jensen (Benidorm/Eastern Bloc Cycling Club) 30 David Belknap (Bicycle Link/Mbrc) 3.40 31 Michael Patrick (Bikebarnracing.Com) 32 Matthew Domnarski (Horst-Benidorm-Property Research Corp.) 33 Christopher Burke (Bikeworks/Hallamore) 3.50 34 Mike Spangenberg (Cyclonauts Racers) 3.56 35 Paul Nyberg (Horst-Benidorm-Property Research Corp.) 4.02 36 Brian Rutter (Laughing Dog Bicycles) 4.05 37 Judd Milne (Squadra Coppi/Im Saab) 4.16 38 John Grenier (Bob Cycling-Stonyfield Farms-Goodale's Bike Shops) 39 Steve Frothingham (Ccb) 4.22 40 Gary Jasdzewski (Boston Scientific Cycling) 41 John Buser (Putney/Westhill) 4.28 42 Mark Suprenant (Ccb/Volkswagen) 43 Chris Borrello (Gear Works/Spin Arts) 4.41 44 Wayne Cunningham (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 45 Andrew Durham (Ccb/Time) 4.47 46 Carl Ring (Nhcc/Team Nh) 47 Wade Summers (Horst-Benidorm-Property Research Corp) 4.59 48 Keith Button (Noreast Cycling) 5.04 49 Tom Stevens (Gearworks/Spin Arts Cycling Team) 50 Steven Morse (Bikeman.Com) 5.10 51 Scott Wade (West Hill/Putney) 52 Dave Barr (Fitchburg Cycling Club) 5.24 53 Steven Kane (Byron Lake/East End Cycling Team) 5.35 54 Paul Weiss (Portland Velo Club) 55 Thomas Butler (Ccc/Keltic Const/Zanes Cycles) 56 David Leedberg (Gearworks / Spin Arts) 5.44 57 William Thompson (Ccc/Keltic Const/Zanes Cycles) 5.56 58 Michael D. Tucker (Berkshire Cycling Assoc./Vomax) 6.02 59 Timothy Shea (Bob/Shift-Stonyfield Farm-Ariza-Goodales) 6.27 60 Matthew Myette (Cyclonauts Racers/Zanconato Custom Cycles) 7.05 One lap down 61 David Goodwin (Ncc / Bikereg.Com) 62 James Mcdonald (Ncc (Northampton Cycling Club)) 63 Peter Crowley (Ncc/Northampton Cycle Club) 64 Bill Mark (Nbx / Naragansett Beer) 65 Chris Curven (North Atlantic Velo / Classbook.Com / Giant / Pedro's) 66 Thomas Read Jr (Horst Benidorm Prc) 4 Men 1 Todd Burns 38.49 2 Tyler Sage (Cambridge Bike/Igleheart Custom Frames) 0.18 3 Brian Lawney (Cornell University) 4 Joseph Crooks (Cyclonauts) 1.16 5 Peter Sullivan 1.46 6 Jeff Hatch (Cycle-Smart) 1.57 7 Thomas Needham (Hup United) 2.00 8 David Wilcox (Broadway Bicycle School) 2.02 9 Jonah Adley 2.05 10 Bryon Lewis 11 Deke Andrew (Portland Velo Club / Cyclemania) 2.17 12 Michael Cook (Minuteman Road Club) 2.28 13 Jordan Winkler (Cambridge Bicycle / Igleheart Frames) 2.37 14 Zachary Wills (Velo Europa- Cyfac) 2.47 15 James Leone (Cbrc) 2.55 16 Michael Bryand (Portland Velo Club/Cyclemania) 17 Jason Moriarty 2.58 18 Eric Carlson (Bikers Edge) 3.06 19 John Broussard (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 3.10 20 Steven Robbins (Ncc- Northampton Cycling Club) 3.14 21 John Wilde (Cyfac) 22 Keith Liggett (Cyclonauts) 3.21 23 Andy Glaser (Rutgers University Cycling Team) 3.22 24 Anthony Maietta (Maietta Handbuilt Bicycles) 25 Jason Rabidou 3.26 26 Nathan Schiele 3.33 27 Matt Monbouquette (Green Mountain Rehabilitation) 28 Erik Peterson (Cambridge/Igleheart) 3.37 29 Brad Jurga (Minuteman Road Club) 30 Guilherme Issao Fujiwara (Mit Cycling/Fxdd) 3.39 31 Ian Sutton (Quadcycles) 3.43 32 Katriel Statman (Bard College Cycling) 33 Ted Healy 3.47 34 Matthew Place (Boston Road Club) 35 Alex Combes 36 James Dutko (Cbrc (Capital Bicycle Racing Club)) 4.03 37 Jeff Lukach (Unh Cycling) 38 Morgan Hiller (Cl Noonan/Coast To Coast/Kam) 4.13 39 John Mcgrath (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 4.18 40 Andy Weigel (T3Scoast) 41 Jeff Fowler (Northampton Cycling Club) 4.20 42 Kevin Ballou 43 Richard Person (Minuteman Road Club) 4.34 44 Brian Croteau (Noreast Cycling) 4.47 45 Eric Martin (Quadcycles) 4.55 46 Miles Ericson (Eastern Bloc) 5.03 47 Alexander Parachini (Quadcycles) 5.08 48 Christian Rynkiewicz (Team Bicycle Alley) 5.03 49 Robert Hale (Pedal Pushers) 50 Steen Sawyer (Minuteman Road Club) 51 Brooks Ward (Bard College) 5.12 52 Glenn Ferreira (Quadcycles) 5.16 53 Richard Kassan (Rutgers University Cycling Team) 54 Seth Davis (Cambridge Bicycle/ Igleheart Frames) 5.18 55 Michael Blanchard (Fitchburg Cycling Club) 5.20 56 Bill Maidment (Quadcycles) 57 David Carmona (Livestrong 7/27) 5.30 58 Jonathan Favata (Team Overlook) 5.43 59 David Loszewski (Bob Cycling-Stonyfield Farm-Goodale's Bike Shops) 5.49 60 Eli Papa (Mit Cycling/Fxdd) 5.54 61 Ken Scott (We Love Bicycles) 6.02 62 Vinnie Galatro (Keltic Construction) 6.04 63 Gregory Harrison 64 Johnathan Shea 6.13 65 Michael Savona (Cambridge Bicycle / Igleheart Frames) 6.30 66 Eric Schillinger (Cbrc) 67 Al Curtis (Unattached) 6.52 68 Ron Schildge 7.17 69 Sean Kennedy (Incline Training) 7.28 70 Michael Brier (Refunds Now) 71 Barry Koblenz (Cbrc - Capital Bicycle Racing Club) 7.35 One lap down 72 John Torrey (Cyclonauts) 73 Mark West (Joe's Bike Garage) 74 Nick Loomis (Mit Cycling/Fxdd) 75 Brian Rutledge 76 Joseph Gilch (Rutgers University Cycling Team) 77 Thom Flanagan (Quadcycles) 78 Matthew Snow (Breaking Away Bicycles) 79 Ron Menner (Nebc/ Cycleloft /Devonshire Dental) 80 Kyle Carroll (Rutgers University Cycling Team) 81 Theodore Paul 82 Kenneth Han (Quadcycles) 83 Kevin Delany (Noho Cross) 84 Clint Lansford (Unattached) 85 Christopher Bouchard (Cyclonauts Racers) 86 William Hancox (Independent) 87 Robert Hendry (Putney West Hill) 3/4 Masters 1 Doug Aspinwall (Joe's Garage) 39.01 2 Michael Cole (Minuteman Road Club) 3 Mitchell Medeiros (Scottee's Westport Bicycle) 0.02 4 Roger Goulart (Scottee's Westport Bicycle) 0.04 5 David Fredrickson 0.09 6 Kevin Callahan (Bicycle Link/Mbrc) 0.23 7 Gary David (Minuteman Road Club) 0.41 8 Erich Gutbier (Unattached) 9 Bryan Atwood (Zephyr) 0.48 10 Christopher Cyr (Bikeman.Com) 0.57 11 Todd Burns 1.00 12 Jimmy O'mara (Bob/Shift-Stonyfield Farm-Ariza-Goodales) 1.03 13 Bill Doonan (Minuteman Road Club) 14 Chris Brown (Corner Cycle) 1.09 15 Eric Wemhoff (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 1.23 16 Geoffrey House (Housatonic Wheel Club) 1.26 17 Jerry Chabot (Thejonathanpage.Com) 1.28 18 Randy Kirk (Cyclofitness) 1.32 19 Robert Carmen (Team International Bike Club, Boston) 1.34 20 Jack Hayden (Essex County Velo) 1.36 21 David Fagnant (Unattached) 1.39 22 Christopher Evans (Northampton Cycling Club) 23 Kevin Kerwood (Joe's Garage) 1.55 24 Paul Novotasky Jr. (Pig Iron Sports) 2.04 25 Brian Medeiros (Scottee's Westport Bicycle) 2.14 26 Dan Stasz (Joe's Garage) 27 George Gagnon (Naults.Com) 2.48 28 Matt Carpenter (Team Edge) 2.52 29 Scott Roy (Bicycle Link Mbrc) 2.59 30 John Baker (Putney/Westhill) 3.03 31 Derek Griggs (Recycled Sports) 3.08 32 Michael Good (Nebc/Cycle Loft/Devonshire Dental) 3.23 33 Robert Magadini (Housatonic Wheel Club) 3.26 34 Juan De Jesus (Cyclonauts) 3.28 35 Dave Mazur (Ccb/Volkswagen) 3.30 36 Geoff Williams (Refunds Now / Providence Velo Club) 3.33 37 John Schwarz (Unattached) 3.36 38 Kenneth Hamel (Afd/Bikeman.Com) 3.45 39 Darius Greenbacher (Joe's Garage Racing Team) 3.50 40 Thomas Hurley (T3 South Coast Cycling) 4.00 41 Theo Kindermans (Cyclocrossworld.Com) 42 Andrew Bowers (Putney/Westhill) 4.04 43 Michael Olbrys (Minuteman Road Club) 4.07 44 John Witmer (Gmbc/Catamount) 45 Don Rice (Ccb/Volkswagen) 4.13 46 John Plump (Quad Cycles/Arlington Bike Club) 47 Joseph Lellman (Ncc / Bikereg.Com) 4.17 48 Ken Coleman (Housatonic Wheel Club) 49 Jorge Hernandez (Minuteman Road Club) 4.19 50 Alan Douglass (Cyclonauts Racers, Inc.) 51 Michael Lowry (Minuteman Road Club) 4.28 52 Christopher Kadlick (Minuteman Road Club) 53 Mattison Crowe (Hup United) 4.30 54 Robert Bauer (Minuteman Road Club) 4.43 55 David Powell (Cyclonauts Racers) 56 Robert Vaughan (Start House Ski/Bike,Woodstock Vermont) 4.48 57 Jay Mongillo (Keltic Construction / Zanes Cycles) 5.13 58 Eli Levine (Boston Road Club) 5.15 59 John Fice (Boston Road Club) 5.20 60 Paul Hayes (Unattached) 5.24 61 Scott Mcconnell (Northampton Cycling Club) 62 Charlie Canshzo 5.49 63 Joe Jewett 6.12 64 David Drumm (Fts Cycling Team) 6.20 65 Peter Arnold (Noreast Cycling) 66 John Dellatour (Unattached) 67 Mark Stevens (Comp Edge) 68 Arnold T. Kalmbach (Bicycle Link /Mass Bay Road Club) 6.54 69 Lawrence King (Union Velo) 7.08 70 Steve White (White's Bikes) 7.49 One lap down 71 Mike Metcalfe (Zephyr) 72 William Bonin (Cyclonauts) 73 Mike Cyr (Tcc) 74 Barton Craig (Refunds Now) Masters 55+ 1 David Rath (Gmbc/Catamount) 40.08 2 Edward Hamel (Joe's Garage) 0.45 3 Phillip Bannister (Putney/West Hill) 0.56 4 Dawes Wilson (Pedal Power) 1.36 5 Dusty Adams (Mosaicsmalti.Com) 1.48 6 Michael Mccusker (Ncc/Bikereg.Com) 1.53 7 Kent Webster (Putney West Hill) 1.57 8 Dave Beals (Cbrc) 2.06 9 Richard Sachs (Rgm Watches - Richard Sachs) 3.34 10 Richard Costa (Cyclonauts) 11 Jerry White (Essex County Velo) 3.49 12 Jim Quinn (The Bicycle Link/Mbrc) 4.34 13 Steven Abbott (Cyclonauts) 4.43 14 Joe Hepp (Southern Maine Cycling Club) 4.47 15 Terry Cowman (Essex County Velo - Mcra) 4.56 One lap down 16 James Themig (Mystic Velo Mcra) 17 Craig Walton (Housatonic) 18 Donald Snoop (Hang On Snoopy Racing) Two laps down 19 Russell Brooks (Naults Cyclery Naults.Com) 20 Vincent Donohue (Worcester Cycling Club)