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									   14                                                                            cycling                                                                FALL/WINTER 2008-2009

Hoffman, Halladay Win 26th Anniversary LoToJa Classic—Again
Course Record of 9:06: Remains Unbroken
                                                                                                                                                                                But the respite was brief. After
                                                                                                                                                                           feed zone one at Preston, the peloton
                                                                                                                                                                           crossed the Bear River and began
                                                                                                                                                                           the 18-mile ascent to Strawberry
                                                                                                                                                                           Summit (7,424 ft.). While Zamudio
                                                                                                                                                                           suffered a broken spoke during the
                                                                                                                                                                           climb and waited for a spare wheel,
                                                                                                                                                                           Hoffman and Perry stayed near the
                                                                                                                                                                                "David Francis (Red Burro
                                                                                                                                                                           Racing) felt a bit excited to rip some
                                                                                                                                                                           legs off and upped the pace," said
                                                                                                                                                                           Hoffman. "I said, 'Dave, let's push
                                                                                                                                                                           it,' and he didn't hesitate and pushed
                                                                                                                                                                           harder. And then even harder."
                                                                                                                                                                                While Perry slipped back,
                                                                                                                                                                           Hoffman, Francis, Page and Jeremy
                                                                                                                                                                           Smith (Ski Utah) held pace. As they
                                                                                                                                                                           reached the summit, they caught
Above: The Men's Pro/1/2/ field rolls by the Snake River.                       seconds from the leaders. ...I drilled   was to beat her 2007 winning time                 two riders from the four-man break-
Men's winner Cameron Hoffman (second from left) sits                            the pace, going as fast as I could       of 9:59:12 by at least 15 minutes-                away that had formed after Logan.
comfortably in the field.                                                       without any warm up, just moving         even though she fractured her pel-                Fortunately for Hoffman and Perry,
                                                                                with adrenaline."                        vis in June and missed nearly two                 Tommy Nelson was still 11 minutes
                                                                                    It took him over 10 miles before     months of training and racing.                    ahead with David Botchek (Pikes
Right: Montana's John Weyrich (left) (Five Valley Velo)                         he made contact with his group and           "I just love this race. It's such a           Peak Velo).
stopped in to take the win in the Master's 45+ category.                        joined his teammates. Despite the        great event," she said. 'To finish at                  After feed zone two at
Photos: Brett Pelletier. Find your photos at                        early, energy-draining solo, Hoffman     9:45 was my focus, but we needed                  Montpelier, the peloton regrouped
                                                                                won his second consecutive LoToJa        a larger group to get a faster time."             except for Nelson and Botcheck.
ly David Bern                          6:25 a.m. start at Sunrise Cyclery       at 9:23:38 with an impressive            In Halladay's field there were eight              Both had added another minute
                                       in Logan by nearly three minutes.        sprint over Nate Page (Contender         women, each of which were from                    to their lead despite climbing to
    With more than 200 miles to        Seeing at an empty road ahead, he        Bicycles) and David Francis (Red         different teams. Of the eight, only               Geneva Summit (6,923ft.MSL)
LoToJa's finish line beneath the       feared that his chances of winning       Burro Racing).                           two didn't finish.                                     "Bryson and I were actually
spectacular Grand Tetons, Cameron      the 26th Annual LoToJa Classic on            A feat no less spectacular was           Nearly identical to last year's               bewildered that the other teams
Hoffman found himself furiously        Sept. 6 had vanished.                    accomplished in the Women's Cat          silver anniversary event, weather                 were not organizing a chase, or even
pedaling alone.                            "I'm frantically trying to get       I, II, IB race by Jenn Halladay          conditions for the 2008 LoToJa                    riding tempo to keep the gap from
    He wasn't blitzing across Cache    ready when the gun goes off, but         (Bob's Bicycles), who won her third      Classic were ideal with clear skies               getting any bigger," said Hoffman.
Valley's flat heartland in the early   I'm not ready," he said. "I still        consecutive LoToJa with a time of        and a daytime high in the mid-70s.                "What were they thinking? Tommy
morning chill because he had           needed sunscreen, gels, number            10:03:21. Taking second place was       Except for Star Valley, and from                  is a great time trialist, and we were
jumped from the peloton on a stra-     pinned and water bottles. How could      Alison Frye (Ski Utah) at 10:12:57       Hoback Junction to Wilson, winds                  happy to keep this race from going
tegic suicide ride for a teammate.     this happen? We simply didn't arrive     and third went to Chantel Thackeray      were mostly light and favorable                   anywhere, hoping Tommy could
Instead, last year's LoToJa Cat. I,    with enough time to spare.               Olsen (Park City Iron Man) at            from the southwest. Even for the                  take the win."
II winner was trying to catch the          "After slapping everything            10:34:23.                               300-plus rider "Fun Ride" class that                   Things changed a bit when the
44-man, Cat. I, II, HI field-before    together, I sprinted to the start line       After Halladay dropped Frye          left at 6 a.m., the temperature wasn't            road began to go vertical at the
it discovered he wasn't there.         and screamed to the officials that I     while charging to the summit of Salt     uncomfortably cold.                               base of Salt River Pass (7,630 ft.)
    Hoffman (American RADD)            was there and going," he added. "I       River Pass, she rode alone for over       Which was a good thing for                       Wanting the King of the Mountain
was in a desperate, 29 mph chase       glanced at the timing clock and saw      90 miles to the finish at Jackson        Cameron Hoffman as he made con-                   prize, Francis went to the front
because he had missed his group's      that I was down two minutes and 47       Hole Mountain Resort. Her goal           tact with his group before the first              and accelerated hard. Hoffman and
                                                                                                                         feed zone at Preston. Also a good                 Perry initially stayed on Francis'
                                                                                                                         thing was the peloton's moder-                    wheel, but then decided to let him
                                                                                                                         ate pace, even though a four-man                  go for the KOM honor. After the
                                                                                                                         breakaway was up the road. In that                descent into Star Valley, the peloton
                                                                                                                         break was Tommy Nelson, one of                    regrouped but the two-man break
                                                                                                                         Hoffman's teammates.                              still had a 12-minute lead.
                                                                                                                             "Fortunately, with Tommy in                        "I thought some teams would
                                                                                                                         the breakaway, and teammates Luis                 wake up and start chasing, but noth-
                                                                                                                         (Zamudio) and Bryson (Perry) there,               ing," said Hoffman. "It soon became
                                                                                                                         I could take it easy for a while," said           obvious the pack was racing against

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            16                                                                                                               cycling                                                       FALL/WINTER 2008-2009

MOUNTAIN BIKE RACING                                                                                                                                                                                                 And while the wind was strong

Utah Teams Clean House a                                                                                                                                                                                         throughout the race, the determina-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tion and toughness of Moab moun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tain bikers proved stronger. Indeed,
                                                                                                                                                                      Alders, Ben Sonntag), led by Salt          I think that the wind was worse for
                                                                                                                                                                      Lake resident Bart Gillespie, fin-         spectators who were trying to secure
                                                                                                                                                                      ished with 21 laps, more than any          tents and lawn chairs, keep sand out
                                                                                                                                                                      other team in the race. Team KumV          of food, and shield eyes from the
                                                                                                                                                                      Scott (Blake Zumbrunnen, Kevin             relentless barrage of sand. "Once I
                                                                                                                                                                      Day, Taylor Foss, Jonny Hintze)            got out on the bike the wind seemed
                                                                                                                                                                      and a second Monavie/Cannondale            to be pushing me along," Kenny
                                                                                                                                                                      (Isaac Wilson, Shannon Boffeli,            Jones said. Bart Gillespie observed
                                                                                                                                                                      Matt Ohran, Heinnrich Deters) team         that, "there was a nice tailwind on
                                                                                                                                                                      rounded out the Men's Pro podium.          the first half of the lap, which let
                                                                                                                                                                          In the Women's Pro division the        you get a good warm up before
                                                                                                                                                                      "Utah Girls" (Lara Kendall, Julie          fighting the headwind on the way
                                                                                                                                                                      Minahan, Erika Powers, Jen Hanks)          back in."
                                                                                                                                                                      took the victory, finishing with 16             In all, over 350 teams and solo
                                                                                                                                                                      laps, 238 miles, and 21,760 feet of        riders completed a mind-boggling
                                                                                                                                                                      combined elevation gain.                   4,578 laps. Good for 68,258 miles
                                                                                                                                                                          Other notable teams from Utah          and 6,226,080 feet of total eleva-
                                                                                                                                                                      finished on the podium in the Single       tion gain. All in just 24 Hours. Race
                                                                                                                                                                      Speed division (Single, 29, and            director Laird Knight commented
                                                                                                                                                                      Rigid - 1st place, Chris Holley, K.C.      that, "2008 will be a year not long
                                                                                                                                                                      Holley, Josh Wolfe, Matt Harding),         forgotten!" And I believe he is
                                                                                                                                                                      Men's Expert (Turd Fergeson - 3rd          right. With the wind and the sand
                                                                                                                                                                      Place, Kenny Jones, Mark Johansen,         and the hotly contested races, 2008
                                                                                                                                                                      Ryan Ashbridge, Dan Nelson), and           will stand out as some of the very
                                                                                                                                                                      Women's Expert (Jan's - 1st Place,         best that 24-hour racing in Moab
                                                                                                                                                                      Paula Hudson, Bethany Elson, Pam           has to offer. Kenny Jones decided,
                                                                                                                                                                      Hanlon, Roxanne Toly. Kuhl girls            that despite the difficult conditions,
                                                                                                                                                                      on Fast Bikes - 3rd Place, Joanne           "once again, Moab did not disap-
                                                                                                                                                                      Chournos, Mary Wilcox, Michelle             point. It will always be one of my
                                                                                                                                                                      Hollingsed, Lisa White).                    favorite races of the year."
                                                                                                                                                                          In the five person Men's class,             And so, just like always, the
                                                                                                                                                                      NiteRider 2 (Jim C Rasmussen,              24 Hours of Moab was the great
                                                                                                                                                                      Keegan Swenson, Jordon Swenson,             season-ending gathering that it has
Above: Bart Gillespie (Monavie/Cannondale) helped his team win the Pro                                                       nobody came with me. I could see         Tom W Noaker, Todd Henneman)                always been. Riders from all corners
Men's category by turning on the fastest one-lap time.                                                                       their group on the first lap behind      a Utah team with riders from age            of the country and from all abilities
Right: Erika Powers (Revolution) and the Utah Girls took top spot in the                                                     me but they weren't making any            14-59 took the top spot, with 14           came together to compete, ride, and
Pro Womens' field. Photos courtesy of Moab Action Shots.                                                                     ground so I kept the pace up. I          year-old Keegan Swenson turning in          enjoy each other's company in the
Find your photo at                                                                                      figured if I could get a gap into the    the best three lap time in this team        vast deserts of Moab. There were
                                                                                                                             night I had a great chance of win-       category.                                   unexpected victories, heartbreaking
By Adorn Usonbee                                                   Chris Eatough (Trek/VW), and                              ning."                                       The race was particularly close         defeats, and an entire day's worth
                                                                   mountain bike Hall of Famer Tinker                            He led off the race with a scorch-   in the Men's Expert division. Just 10       of October Surprises. But in the end
    Every four years the talk turns                                Juarez, any racer gunning for the                         ing 1:07 lap, and he never looked        seconds separated 2nd and 3rd place         everyone went home tired, exhaust-
to "October Surprises." In politics.                               top of the podium had his work cut                        back after that He pushed the            when the dust had finally settled.          ed, and already planning for 2009.
But this year, the October Surprise                                out for him. Despite the competi-                         pace, and the limits of Juarez and       Kenny Jones (Turd Fergeson)                     Something not at all surprising.
happened far from any political                                    tive field, Tostado (Bach Builders)                       Eatough. Tinker held on for 2nd          recalled that "we were really fast
rally or stump speech. This October                                was no underdog. He and Eatough                           place, while Eatough dropped out         over our final 4 laps, but a flat tire         For more about the race, and for
the races for political office paled                               have faced off before, at the 2008                        of the race during the middle of the     was just enough for a team to sneak         complete results visit: www.gran-
in comparison to the race that took                                Solo National Championships in                            night.                                   by us. They took 2nd place by just
place in a remote desert outside of                                Wisconsin. The two battled back and                           "This is by far the biggest win of    10 seconds. That is pretty amazing
Moab, Utah.                                                        forth throughout the entire day, with                     my career. It feels great to beat the    to be that close after 24 hours of
    And the surprise was an unlikely                               Eatough finally eeking out the vic-                       best of 24-Hour racers."
32 year-old from Breckenridge,                                     tory on the last lap of the race.                             The weather is always a factor at
Colorado—Josh Tostado.                                                 But in Moab Josh Tostado had                          the 24 Hours of Moab. It could be
    With a men's solo field that                                   other plans.                                              flash floods, snow, or extreme heat.
included six-time world champion                                       "I decided to go up front and                         This year the story was the wind and
                                                                                                                             sand. Stiff, heavy winds blasted the
                                                                                                                             venue all day Friday and Saturday.
      WE CARRY THE FULL                                                                                                      By the time the race began the par-
                                                                                                                             ticipants were covered in a fine layer
       LINE OF CYCLOPS                                                                                                       of Moab sand. When the gun went
                                                                                                                             off it looked like the race would be
                                                                                                                             a bleak slog through eye-stinging
           TRAINERS!                                                                                                         wind. And it was for a few hours.
                                                                                                                             But as the night fell, the speeds of
             BE A GENEROUS TEAMMATE,                                                                                         the wind did as well. After midnight
              A GRACIOUS ADVERSARY                                                                                           the air was calm, and chilly. And the
                                                                                                                             racers continued to push the limits.
            AND AN UNEXPECTED VICTOR.                                                                                        After braving through the windy,
                                                                                                                             sandy afternoon the calm night was
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           FALL/WINTER 2008-2009

                                                                                                                                   jletrack the next morning.             the Black Pearl on a moon-less
TRAIL OF THE MONTH                                                                                                                  I was awakened, however, by           Caribbean sea, as I stumbled through
                                                                                                                               the spattering of light rain. "Rats," I    the soupy night. No camp. "Oh
The fmisJAdventures of a Guidebook Author                                                                                      muttered. I was lazy after dinner and
                                                                                                                               didn't cover my bike with a tarp,
                                                                                                                                                                          shit," I cried out ironically; that's
                                                                                                                                                                          what got me into this predicament in
                                                                                                                               so I crawled out of my cozy nylon          the first place.
                                                                                                                               cocoon and stepped into the damp,              Now a good scout would 1) stay
                                                                                                                               frigid night. Not only was it driz-        put and wait for help to arrive (it
                                                                                       in Young Frankenstein rang in my        zling but a cloud had settled on the       was near freezing and still many
                                                                                       head, "It could be worse; it could be   pass and my camp was enshrouded            hours until daylight, 2) make a fire
                                                                                       raining!" The next morning, I rolled    with murky fog. "Creepy .. . cool."        signal (it was raining for heaven's
                                                                                       out of Crested Butte amidst a chill-        As I covered my bike, I suddenly       sake), 3) call for help (you know
                                                                                       ing drizzle, and in my mirror I saw     had the urge to "relieve" myself of        the old saying about if a tree falls
                                                                                       sullen clouds obscuring the moun-       the hearty dinner I wolfed down            and there's no one to hear i t . . . ) . I
                                                                                       tains I crossed the day before. Had     earlier. So with t-p and trusty trowel     never was a Boy Scout, so I disre-
                                                                                       I not persevered, things could have     in hand and with headlamp piercing         garded the guidelines. I returned to
                                                                                       been much worse, indeed.                the mist in vain, I trounced off into      ray presumed squat spot and realign
                                                                                                                               the woods 200 feet from camp as the        my bearings, but that was futile. -
                                                                                       Old Flowers Road Loop: "Good            good book suggested. As I wobbled          "Shit, shit, shit!" I'm 200 feet from
                                                                                       Ride-Bad Trailhead."                    through the bleak night, I recalled        my camp and I might as well be
                                                                                           Fort Collins, Colorado, was         a line from the movie An American          two miles. Panic and laughter fell
                                                                                       the area of interest, and I drove       Werewolf in London, "Don't go into         upon me simultaneously. I stuck my
                                                                                       along the Poudre River in search        the Moors." No bother!                     shovel in the ground as a reference
                                                                                       of a camping spot long after dark.           Having done my duty, or is            point and walked as far as I could
                                                                                       I ducked into a cozy Forest Service     that "doodie," I made my return,           while keeping it in view. No camp.
                                                                                       campground, and while I set up, I       but camp was nowhere to be seen            Twice as far? Nothing. Frantic, I
                                                                                       noticed a faint orange glow on the      through the haze. Visibility was           scampered back to the spade.
                                                                                       distant mountain top. The resident      cut to about 20 feet and I was 10              Quickly, the chill of the night and
                                                                                       ranger informed me it was the           times that distance from my tent.          my nerves had me shaking. What
                                                                                       Masonville wildfire. Hmm, I mused,      Simple, just turn around 180 degrees       would my big brother do-the ex-
                                                                                       that's right about where I planned on   and stay on the straight and nar-
                                                                                       riding tomorrow.                        row. Slender pines appeared sud-               Continued on page 19
"It's a tough job, but someone has to do it! The author at                                 The next day, I parked at the       denly then vanished instantly like
                                                                                       bottom of Buckhorn Gulch and
the summit of Pearl Pass in Colorado.                                                  embarked on the 32-mile loop, tak-
Photo: Gregg Bromka
By G r e g g Bromka                          to spend the night at my brother's
                                             house. Beating my chest like a
                                                                                       ing no interest in the sooty plume
                                                                                       rising miles away. More than half
                                                                                       way around, I stopped to photograph       T our A
    When folks learn that I write
bicycling guidebooks, their sure-fire
response is, "Nice job." It's hard to
argue because my job description,
by and large, is to ride my bike . .
                                             silver-back ape, I started climbing to
                                             Taylor-another slow grind of attri-
                                                 Weary and with great appre-
                                             hension, I slipped away from the
                                                                                       the scenic meadows of the Sky
                                                                                       Corral Guest Ranch but stopped
                                                                                       guiltily when a cowboy rode hell-
                                                                                       bent toward me. I ditched my cam-
                                                                                       era thinking he was going to chide
                                                                                                                                 3 t. Cjeorge   SPRING                    CENTURY
. a lot. Over the past 20 years, I've        second divide into no man's land          me for taking pictures without per-                Presented by Red Rock Bicycle Co
ridden hundreds of trails in Utah and        and away from the security of a safe      mission. Instead, he shouted at me
Colorado, logged tens of thousands           retreat. Shadows had grown long,          about how the fire had turn, crested
of miles, and racked up a million            but I ignored the fact that my time       the Buckhorn Gulch ridge, and was
feet of elevation, no doubt.                 allotment was being seriously chal-       heading this way. No more note tak-
    That's not to say there were no          lenged. The little-used singletrack       ing or photos, I was in race mode.
down sides. I've had my fair share           was tedious and a half-mile-long              Minutes later, I reached a four-
                                             bike-on-shoulders portage put me on                                                           dfe t o o , 6 5 , & 3 5 m i l e o p t i o n s
of disappointing trails, wrong turns,                                                  way junction where I was to turn
cold wet rides, scorching hot rides,          13,000-foot Star Pass at sunset.         right and return to my trailhead
bumps and bruises, and countless                 The mountain tops, blasted with       parking spot a few miles down the                   dfe Fully s u p p o r t e d w i t h r e s t
mishaps, misfortunes, and close              a blinding glow from the setting          road. What I encountered was a                          s t o p s , l u n c h , & sag
calls. (I don't hear much sympathy           sun, begged for my camera, but I          road block and a mass exodus. At
                                             had no time to even point-and-shoot.      first, the fire marshal barked, "no                 dfe 8 : 0 0 a m @ t h e new
from you!) I won't go so far as to
say that I've cheated death, fortu-          Besides, the photos would have            chance," but my plead softened him                      St. G e o r g e T o w n S q u a r e
nately, but here are three misadven-         been blurry and useless because I         and he radioed ahead to the fire
tures that were potentially disastrous       trembled with the anxiety of hav-         crew to alert them of my pending
but proved ultimately humorous in            ing to ride 15 miles more with only       arrival. "You have five minutes,"
retrospect.                                  30 minutes of usable light. I could       he blared. I tucked my head and

Pearl Pass: "Third time's a
                                             have been sipping a Fat Tire Ale in
                                             my bro's hot tub right now, but, no,
                                                                                       pounded on the pedals much to the
                                                                                       bewilderment of bumper to bumper
charm."                                      I had to play super hero mountain         traffic coming at me. As I rounded
    Crested Butte, Colorado, is a            biker! "This sucks," I barked, only       the last bend, the forward-moving
special place. It was here in the            to have my words echo mockingly           fire crew gave me a "what the — ! "
late 1970s that the founders of              from the stoic peaks.                     look then just pointed to my car and
modem-day mountain biking from
both Marin County, California
                                                 I had never spent the night out
                                             on the trail and since I failed to pack
                                                                                       pointed to the way out. "Now!"
                                                                                           I hooted with relief as I safely
                                                                                                                                          Enjoy warm weatherridingin
and Crested Butte joined forces
and made the ride over Pearl Pass
                                             the necessary emergency provi-
                                             sions anyway this wasn't going to
                                             be the first, so I pointed my wheel
                                                                                       filed into the procession then quick-
                                                                                       ly sobered as I gazed fore and aft at               sunny Saint George, UT
legendary. Today, if you make the                                                      vehicles packed with last-ditch pos-
"Lunch Run" to Aspen and back in a           down the dim track and sped off at        sessions and teary-eyed occupants
day then you have serious bragging           race-pace. "Nice trail," I whispered,     whose uncertain future eclipsed my
rights, and that was my goal.                as I ducked into the forest. But the      resolved peril.

    Foul weather had scuttled my             shadows blackened, and soon I was             Later in the day, I learned that
two attempts earlier in the summer.          riding by brail. And I was cold. A        the wind shifted and blew the fire
Then, a forecasted blue-bird day             broad, dark patch appeared sud-           back onto itself and all homes, prop-
in late September compelled me to            denly beneath my front wheel, and         erty, and livestock were spared. I
veer from my itinerary in Salida and         I plunged head long into a creek.         drove in pensive silence to my next
make a beeline for C. B. I awoke             Now, I was cold and wet, but I had        trailhead.
at the crack of dawn, but couldn't
shake the frost from my tent or my
bones until midmorning when I
struck out for the monstrous 50-mile
loop over Pearl, Taylor, and Star
                                             to laugh because tears only would
                                             have made me wetter. The next half
                                             hour in the dark seemed like the
                                             entire night, as I plodded faithfully
                                             down the trail with a frozen grip
                                                                                       Kenosha Pass: "How [not] to Shit
                                                                                       in the Woods!"
                                                                                           Over the years, I've collect vol-
                                                                                       umes of trail guides, maintenance
Passes.                                      on my bars. I prayed there were no        manuals, and how-to books, the
    The climb to 12,705-foot-high           junctions, let alone hungry nocturnal      most intriguing being titled "How to
Pearl Pass was a beast, as I pedaled         creatures.                                Shit in the Woods." No he-Google
and pushed my way up the steep,                  Alas, I encountered Brush Creek       it. And I've always considered
cobbled jeep road slower than a              Road and gained comfort in know-          myself environmentally conscious
snail. But the higher I rode, the more       ing my truck was only a couple            when camping.                                                          Presented by Red Rock Bicycle Co.
majestic my surroundings grew                miles away. But adding insult to              I was heading to Central                                       March          20-22,2009
Until I was swarmed by regal peaks.          injury and with only a hundred yards      Colorado when a late-summer snow
Descending from Pearl was equally            to go I was blinded by the lights         storm hit the Rockies. Breckenridge
brutal, for there was nary a smooth          of an oncoming truck, rolled off          would have to wait, so I set up camp
patch of dirt to be had. By late after-      the road-side embankment, and got         amidst the pines near 10,000-foot-          TIMETRIAL                        CRIT                   ROADRACE
noon, I reached the junction where           tangled in a fence like a Christmas       high Kenosha Pass. I dozed off
1 was to turn right and continue the         tree ornament the cat had batted.         beneath an onyx, starry sky, opti-
loop over Taylor and Star Passes,                While I lovingly hugged my            mistic about good weather and dry                 
ocgasJOcaighLand coastintpAspeju.         . .truck, the.wqrds.of Marty Feldman
          18                                                                      cycling                                                        FALL/WINTER 2008-2009

JHK and Nash take National MTB Finals Win in
Brian Head

                                                                                                                             recapped his thoughts about the race,     one spot in the NMBS standings.
                                                                                                                             "Felt awesome about the race. This        Shortly after the race, Nash summed
                                                                                                                             is one of my favorite places to race
                                                                                                                             in the entire world. I was gunning        up her experience at Brianhead,
                                                                                                                             for the win. I won this race twice at     "Great location. Pretty exciting for
                                                                                                                             two other nationals; really wanted        racers to do one big lap, it's good
                                                                                                                             to do the three in a row. I am really
                                                                                                                                                                       adventure. I just came from the
                                                                                                                             happy." Finally, when asked what
                                                                                                                             his biggest obstacle of the day           TransRockies and this was kind of
Above: Katarina Nash was tops in the Women's XC.                                                                             was, Horgan-Kobelski remarked,            similar. It's out there in the middle
Right: Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (shown here in the Short Track) was on top of the podium                                       "Jeremiah Bishop and I battled it out     of nowhere, riding in the beautiful
in the Men's XC.                                          Photos: Jason Porter                                               in the stage race here last weekend.
                                                                                                                             Two of us were riding terrifically.       country rather than doing a bunch of
By Jason Porter                          attacks going. She had a little bit      asked how he finally pulled off the
                                         of a gap but I kinda closed it on the    win after knocking on the Short            He was really pushing the pace on         laps." Finally, when asked what her
                                         flat. I knew if I could stick with       Track door for so long, Schnell            the last downhill. We were right          biggest challenge of the race was,
    Brianhead, Utah (August 29-31,                                                                                           together and he had a slow leak in
2008)—The National Mountain Bike         her at that acceleration, I could be     replied, "I came in rested and it's                                                  Nash quickly responded, "Today, the
                                         the winner." When asked about the        at altitude. I like altitude. Kinda        his tire so that's how it goes."
Series (NMBS) Finals rolled into                                                                                                                                       altitude was a challenge. Anytime
southern Utah in August to wrap          course, Davison responded, "Really       been a couple of clicks off all sea-
                                         fast course. The downhill was key.       son but finally put it all together."      Pro Women's Cross Country                 you race at 11,000 feet your body
up an exciting year of racing amid
                                         If you were first down there and         Once again, frequent lead changes              Twenty-two pro women received         is never going to get used to it, no
stormy skies and cool temperatures.
                                         smooth, you could open up the gap.       made the rally exciting resulting in       their start about fifteen minutes after
Despite the threat of rain, lightning,                                                                                                                                 matter what you do. I live at 6,000
                                         We picked up the pace and girls          an explosive end to the Short Track        the men. With the same fair weather
and strong winds, competition was
                                         started to pop off. And the altitude,    season.                                    conditions, the women reached             feet so I have an advantage over the
fierce during the Short Track and
                                         I'm from below sea level. Being                                                     me uphill climb just outside of the       sea level riders. You can't get used
Cross Country events. Following is
                                         from Vermont, I am pretty excited."      Pro Men's Cross Country                    start and immediately battled for
a recap of the weekend's Pro Short                                                                                                                                     to that stuff." If there is one thing
                                         Altitude or not, Davison secured             After a night of hail, rain, and the   position. Fortunately for Katerina
Track and Cross Country action.                                                                                                                                        Nash has gotten used to, it's win-
                                         a fourth place overall in the point      threat of snow, the terrain dried up       Nash, she was able to stay in front
                                         standings to end a great season.         just in time for Sunday's main event,      long enough to reach the singletrack      ning. And judging by her perfor-
Pro Women's Short Track                                                                                                      and maintain her dominance. By
    Saturday's Short Track kicked-off                                             the Cross Country. Brianhead's abil-                                                 mance at the NMBS Finals, she has
                                         Pro Men's Short Track                    ity to provide a course full of climb-     staying strong on the climbs and
under sunny conditions and encir-                                                                                            technical sections, Nash secured          what it takes to keep on winning.
cled Brianhead's base area. The              Fast Short Track action continued    ing, descending, flats, and water
                                         witii twenty-eight pro men. The          bridges showed that the resort can         me win with a 2:06.33 to capture
race was fast with frequent over-                                                                                            second place overall in the NMBS
taking and a crash on the course's       weather forecast called for rain and     consistently provide the pro's with                                                     For full results, visit mtbna-
                                         possible snow. However, still sur-       a well-rounded race venue. The             standings. Georgia Gould's (Luna)
only downhill. Heather Irmiger                                                                                               time of 2:09.02 secured the number
(Subaru-Gary Fisher) crashed early       viving under clear skies and a dusty     course even provided two bail-out
                                         course, the pack took off to the same    points to protect the riders against       two position resulting in the number
on slowing the pace for a moment
which managed to spread out the          rhythm as the women's field. It          the possibility of adverse weather.
field resulting in a more tactical       was a tight group at first, but gradu-   With a field of thirty-five racers, an                                                  Serving Salt Lake
race. At the front, action continued     ally spread into multiple pockets        immediate climb, and twenty-four
                                         of riders. Ryan Trebon (Kona) led        miles to go, the race got off to a                                                     Delicious Homemade
with multiple lead changes between
three-time Olympian Katerina Nash        the field in the first lap, creating     slow, smooth start. After reports of                                                   Dessert for 26 years.
(Luna) and Lea Davison (Trek/VW)         a gap between Jeremiah Bishop            flat tires and near crashes among
which kept spectators on their feet.     (Trek/VW) and the rest of the pack.      the racers, Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski
The cat and mouse game contin-           However, it was Ross Schnell's           (Subaru/Gary Fisher) negotiated the                                                       Call456-BIRD
ued until Davison was able to lead       (Trek/VW) strength and determina-        final bridge and exited the woods for
Nash by a couple of bike lengths to      tion that would slowly eat away at       the final stretch and the win with a
finish with a time of 22:39.10 and       the efforts of Trebon, Bishop, and       time of 1:46.28. Ross Schnell con-
                                                                                  tinued his strong Finals performance
22:39.66, respectively. Following
the race, Davison commented on
                                         Colin Cares (U23 National Team)
                                         to take the win. With a time of          by locking a second place finish                THE             DODO                         Located a t t h e
                                         23:03.52, Schnell took the win with      at 1:48.09. Finally, Geoff Kabush                       RESTAURANT                               Gateway
he"r ability to stick with Nash: "I
know die game and knew it was            Cares nipping at his heels with a        (Maxxis) finished two minutes back
                                                                                                                                                                           152 S o u t h 4 0 0 West.
coming and I'm like, 'come on            time of 23:09.72 and Bishop's third      for third with a 1:48:57. Looking
legs, pull through!' I tried to stay     place position of 23:10.33. When         winded but strong, Horgan-Kobelski
second wheel so I could see the                                                                                                     Still Sm»A»J'After
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                                                                                        Guidebook —                        Legacy Parkway Trail                     Gov's Office
             quick Snot fry Cha4                        m*U
                                                                                     Continued on page 19                  Now Open                                 Candidate Survey
                                                                                 Marine who was trained in survival?                                                We surveyed candidates for gov-
                        1     love     cooing                                    Jumping jacks for the next five               The bike path that parallels the     ernor Jon Huntsman, Jr. and Bob
                                                                                 hours to fend off hypothermia? No,        Legacy Parkway is now open. It           Springmeyer on their views on
             home from a ride $ grabbing a                                       popcorn trail, like in the movies!        can be accessed at 3600 North            how to improve cycling in the
              Colo, one Prorn the Fridge.                                        Only I'll use toilet paper. I dropped     and the Legacy interchange in N.         state. Find the survey answers
                                                                                 t-p florets feverishly about every
                But, if I <Wt eat right                                                                                    Salt Lake as well as other loca-         online at
                                                                                 20 feet from my poop point in one
                                                                                                                           tions farther north. Find a map at
                Quay £ finish a couple                                           direction then another, hoping my
                                                                                                                  under road rides
                                                                                 head lamp would hold out. Alas, had
                                                                                                                           and maps. You can also try to
                                                                                                                                                                    Parley's Trail Website
                beers on an empty stomach...                                     I not tripped on a boulder, I never                                                Find more information about
                                                                                 would have noticed the jeep road          find it on the Just
            WatcA\ out! There's gonna.'be trouble!                                                                                                                  the Parley's Trail (a trail being
                                                                                 beneath my feet; presumably the           search on legacy nature preserve
                                                                                                                                                                    planned to link Salt Lake County
                                                -Jerry SeinVeld                  one I drove in on. Stumbling along        maps.
                                                                                                                                                                    and Summit County running par-
                                                                                 the potholed path, I froze when my            Salt Lake City and Davis             allel to 1-80) at www.recreation.
                                                                                 fading light caught something small       County are working on funding  
                                                                                 and shiny. Hungry eyes looking for        to connect the trail to the Jordan       Canyon.html.
                                                                                 a midnight snack? I squinted. My          River Parkway.
                                                                                 familiar Utah license plate. With a
                                                                                 sigh, I relieved myself again; this
                                                                                 time right in the middle of camp.

                                                                                    Editor's Note: Cycling Utah            Utah and Idaho Riders Shine at Masters Road
                                                                                 would like to thank Gregg for his         Nationals
                                                                                 many, many contributions to Cycling
                                                                                 Utah and to Utah's Mountain Biking            Louisville, Ky. - T h e 2008 USA Cycling Masters Road National
                                                                                 Community. His guidebooks are             Championships were held at the end of June and the beginning of July in
                                                                                 indispensable and have helped pro-        Louisville, Ky.
                                                                                 mote the sport in Utah for many               Competing over a distance of 38 kilometers on a flat to rolling course,
                                                                                 years. We wish Gregg the best!            , Richard Feldman (Ketchum, Idaho) earned a national title in the men's
                                                                                                                           35-39 category when he clocked a winning time of 50:41.0 to win by a
                                                                                 Get copies of Gregg's Utah                slim nine-second margin.
                                                                                 guidebooks: Bicycling Salt Lake               Racing on the 38-kilometer course, Karen Appleby-Krieg (Pocatello,
                                                                                 City, Mountain Biking Utah,               Idaho) rode a 58:52.2 to win the women's 30-34 title.
                                                                                 Mountain Biking Utah's Wasatch
                                                                                                                               Kris Walker (Bountiful Mazda) was second in the women's 45-49
                                                                                 Front, and Mountain Biking Park
                                                                                                                           road race. Ken Louder (FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah) was third in the
                                                                                 City & Beyond, at your favorite
                                                                                 bike shop.                                men's 60-64 criterium.

                                                                                  Quality Bike Parts to Open New Utah Facility                                     Salt Lake City
                                                                                      Quality Bike Parts (QBP), the largest U.S. wholesale distributor of
                                                                                                                                                                   Appoints Trails
Bicycle Helmet Laws Two Years Later                                               bicycle parts, accessories and bicycles will be opening a distribution           Coordinator
                                                                                  center in Utah in early 2010. The new facility will allow QBP to reduce              Salt Lake City announced
    It has now been nearly 2 years since Salt Lake City attempted to make         shipping costs, environmental impact, and shipping time. Utah was cho-           today that Dan Bergenthal has
the wearing of a bicycle helmet the law of the city. There was an unfor-          sen because of its central location in the West and close proximity to a         been appointed to the newly
tunate amount of time spent by the Mayor's Bicycle Advisory Committee             major concentration of customers.                                                created Trails Coordinator posi-
(MBAC) on this subject. At the time, there was not a lot of convincing                Shipments will reach dealers in the West in two days by ground which         tion. Bergenthal, an avid cyclist,
                                                                                  will result in a reduction of the pollution generated by air freight.            has served as an engineer in the
data that a law mandating the wearing of bicycle helmets would do much                                                                                             Transportation Division of Salt
for the reduction of death and injury to adult cyclists. The committee at             The company has a strong environmental, social, and business service
                                                                                  mission that has led them to commit to designing their new Utah facil-           Lake City Corporation since
that time recommended that a law mandating the wearing of bicycle hel-                                                                                              1998.
                                                                                  ity according to LEED standards (U.S. Green Council's Leadership in
mets for children and youth under 18 be considered.                                                                                                                    During that time, he has
                                                                                  Environmental Engineering and Design).
    So, after 2 more years, was the committee right? According to an                                                                                               worked to develop bicycle and
                                                                                      Additionally, in addition to having a full time advocacy employee,           pedestrian infrastructure within
article, "Trends in Pediatric and Adult Bicycling Deaths Befo're and After        the company and its employees donate time and resources to many local            the city including applying and
the Passage of a Bicycle Helmet Law", (PEDIATRICS; volume 12 #3                   bicycling related and non-bicycling related Minneapolis charities. They          receiving funding for over $3
September 2008) the committee was probably correct. The study conclud-            also have an in-house bicycle commuting program for their employees.             million dollars for federal grants.
ed that: "bicycle-related mortality rate in children 1-15 years of age has        Company spokesperson Jo Wright said that they expect to continue most            Bergenthal has been involved
                                                                                  or all of these initiatives when the new facility opens.                         with the planning, design and
decreased significantly, which may be attributable in part to helmet legis-
                                                                                     "As with our Minnesota facility, our goal is to lower operational and         construction of numerous bicycle
lation. A similar reduction for bicyclists 16 years of age through adulthood      environmental costs and share these benefits with our customers," said           related projects in the city
was not identified."                                                              QBP President Steve Flagg. "Our investment in a LEED-certified struc-            including, most recently, 200
    The study was done in Ontario Canada where there are laws mandat-             ture is already generating significant financial and environmental returns."     South Shared Lanes, Emigration
ing the wearing of bicycle helmets by anyone less than 18. Parents could              QBP has been meeting with officials from Salt Lake City and Ogden            Canyon Bike Lanes and Beck
be fined if a child less than 16 is not wearing a helmet in Ontario, and          City to determine where they will build their new facility.                      Street Bicycle Lanes. He also
those 16 or 17 years of age would be directly fined if not wearing a hel-                                                                                          served as the City's project man-
                                                                                                                                                                   ager for the development of the
met. The authors noted in the discussion section of the study that there
                                                                                  Salt Lake City Implements Sharrows                                               2004 SLC Bicycle and Pedestrian
was not a reduction in cycling due to the helmet law, but they use as refer-          Salt Lake City has joined a small number of communities nationwide           Master Plan and represents Salt
ences AK Macpherson who feels strongly that cycling helmet laws do not            that are piloting an experimental pavement marking system intended to            Lake City on the Mayor's Bicycle
decrease the number of bike riders, and Dorothea Robinson who thinks              help better accommodate bicyclists and vehicles on narrow roadways. The          Advisory Committee.
just the opposite. The authors also note; "It is possible that non-legislative    system is approved by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).                     His pedestrian safety activi-
factors are responsible for the reductions in children's bicycle-related              The experiment involves painting green street markings on 200 South          ties have included overseeing
                                                                                  between State and Main Street to remind motorists that bicyclists can            the city's pedestrian safety
fatality rates such as overall helmet wearing trends and community-specif-
                                                                                  lawfully ride in the center of a travel lane. The road is only 12 feet wide      program and implementation of
ic non-legislative initiatives. Helmet use increased before the legislation                                                                                        various pedestrian safety projects
                                                                                  and not large enough to add a separate bike lane; this move is intended
from 3.4% to 45%. Helmet use exceeded 65% after legislation and up                to increase safety for everyone. The shared lanes are referred to as             throughout the city.
to 85% in high-income areas 6 years after legislation." "It is likely that        'Sharrows'.                                                                          In accepting the new position,
non-legislative strategies and legislation work jointly, rather than indepen-         The City will conduct the experiment for one year and submit a report        Bergenthal commented, "I love
dently" according the study authors'. Non-legislative initiatives were not a      to the FHWA in the fall of 2009. If the results of the experiment are posi-      trails and the outdoors. I'm very
                                                                                  tive, the City intends to request the FHWA consider making the markings          excited about this opportunity
part of the proposed Salt Lake City legislation.
                                                                                  permanent. This federal approval process could take years but the mark-          to work on enhancing the city's
    The study authors conclude that this study supports "promotion of hel-                                                                                         trails system. I want SLC to be
                                                                                  ings will be left in place during that time.
met use, enforcement of the existing law, and extension of the law to adult                                                                                        known as a walkable and bikeable
                                                                                      Today's announcement complements many ongoing efforts the Becker             city - a place where people want
bicyclists". The authors fail to explain why extending the law to adults is       Administration has been advancing to make Salt Lake City more bicycle
beneficial given that their study failed to find any benefit of the existing                                                                                       to live because of the availability
                                                                                  friendly. The issue has been something Mayor Becker has been address-            of recreational trail opportunities
helmet law in those aged 16 and 17 who were subject to the law.                   ing since the beginning of his administration, but has taken on new sig-         close to home and because it's
    There has not been any further push to legislate the wearing of bicycle       nificance as the number of cyclists on the road in Salt Lake City have           easy to get around without a car."
helmets in Salt Lake City. If the subject comes up, hopefully the MBAC            dramatically increased in the face of high gas prices.                               Bergenthal will be responsible
will be able to again be asked to fulfill its role as an advisory committee.          "Making Salt Lake City more friendly to non-motorized modes of               for working on behalf of Salt
                                                                                  transportation is good for everyone. It helps keep our air cleaner, pro-         Lake City to oversee trails and
                                                                                  motes a healthier lifestyle for our residents and keeps us all safer,"           bikeways. He will also develop,
   -Lou Melini                                                                    remarked Mayor Becker.                                                           implement, and promote new
   (Lou was the chair of the MBAC in 2006 and 2007)                                   Feedback from the cycling community has been positive.                       cycling programs and initiatives.
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                                                                                                                       D.C.: There are 3 challenges con-              D.C.: I purchased it second hand
COMMUTER COLUMN                                                                                                        cerning public awareness of global             from a graduate student when I
                                                                                                                       warming. First, warming is a slow              moved here. It has roughly 30,000
Teaching Green, Living Green: An example for All of Us.                                                                process, about 1°C (or 2°F) over               commuting miles (I only live a few
                                                                                                                                                                      miles from campus). I believe I've
                                                                                                                       the last century. Second, the global
                                                                                                                       effect is small in comparison with             gotten a good value for my $75
                                                                                                                       the daily and annual swings in                 purchase in 1976. I'm on my second
                                                                              mental health. The 15-minute cycle       temperature. And third, we are all             chain, but I still have the original
                                                                              commute is perfect time to think         concerned more with issues that                steel wheels. The original Brooks
                                                                              about the business of the day or spe-    are immediate and local rather than            saddle lasted about 22 years parked
                                                                              cial ideas for a lecture. Cycling is     long term and global. I call this last         outside in the rain and sun before
                                                                              also convenient, as I park in a rack     challenge the time-space discon-               it developed serious tears in the
                                                                              20 ft. from the door of the Geology      nect. How does one focus attention             leather. I also replaced the original
                                                                              building. We have always been a          on processes that take decades to              Simplex derailleurs after about 20
                                                                              one-car family. As our children          centuries to manifest themselves and           years. Given my obvious pride in
                                                                              grew, at one time having 5 persons       are of continental or global scales.           my bike I would hope that a shop
                                                                              with driver's licenses in the house,     But many of our critical sustainabil-          employee would greet me by ask-
                                                                              lack of multiple cars required com-      ity issues are long term and global:           ing- "How can we help you keep
                                                                              promises and accommodation. Our          global warming, depletion of ocean             this treasure on the road for a few
                                                                              2nd daughter is a physician living in    fisheries, stratospheric ozone deple-          more years?" which would be a
                                                                              Vancouver, Canada with 2 children.       tion, human population growth, etc.            savvy response by those who want
                                                                              With her husband, they manage            the solution lies largely in education
                                                                              without a car. They cycle to work,                                                      my business.
                                                                                                                       and in this respect I am hopeful
                                                                              daycare, and shopping year-round,        because the current generation of
                                                                              but belong to an automobile co-op        students are very "green".                     C.U.: Do you have any closing
                                                                              when a car is necessary.                                                                remarks?
                                                                                                                       C.U.: How "green" are the students?
                                                                              C.U.: In the 32 years that you have                                                     D.C.: My family's cycling is part of
                                                                              commuted to the U, what improve-                                                        a lifestyle wish to live with a small
                                                                              ments have been done or are ongo-        D.C.: A few years ago they were
                                                                                                                                                                      ecological footprint. In my classes
                                                                              ing to improve cycling? What are         successful in a wind energy cam-
                                                                                                                                                                      on Global Environmental Issues
                                                                              some of the problems commuting to        paign, taxing each student a dollar
                                                                                                                                                                      and lectures on Global Warming, I
                                                                              theU?                                    per semester so that the U became
                                                                                                                                                                      stress that two important decisions
                                                                                                                       a major purchaser of wind energy.
                                                                                                                       More recently a group of stu-                  one has control over, and that affect
                                                                              D.C.: For me, the improvement of                                                        long- term sustainability, are (1)
                                                                              Guardsman Way (1580 east) from a         dents formed SEED (Sustainable
                                                                                                                       Environments and Ecological                    where you live, and (2) how you
                                                                              4-lane street with a narrow goathead                                                    live. Cycling to work, to shop, and
                                                                              thorn infested shoulder, to a 2-lane     Design), which acted as a catalyst
                                                                                                                       for a new Office of Sustainability             for leisure is a conscious decision.
                                                                              street with wide bicycle lanes, land-                                                   Last year we installed solar panels
                                                                              scaped buildings (eliminating the        at the U. and initiated a small food-
                                                                                                                       producing garden on campus as well             on our garage that produce 80% of
                                                                              goathead thorn source) has made my                                                      our electricity needs year round. On
                                                                              commute safer, and certainly more        as a Thursday Farmers' Market. I
                                                                                                                       have always had enthusiastic student           a planet with a human population
                                                                              pleasant.                                                                               approaching 7 billion people, each
                                                                                                                       reception when I talk about global
                                                                              For the campus at large is the                                                          of us has the responsibility to work
                                                                                                                       warming and its root causes-human
                                                                              creation of the student spon-                                                           towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
                                                                                                                       population, energy hungry societies
                                                                              sored University of Utah Bicycle
                                                                                                                       and dependence on fossil fuels.
                                                                              Collective with objectives of provid-
                                                                              ing secure bicycle storage, access to                                                   C.U.: Dr. Chapman, thank you very
                                                                              tools and equipment, and training on     C.U.: Now a question about your                much. Hopefully your words will
                                                                              riding and maintenance.                  prized, beloved, blue Peugeot that             give the bike commuters that read
                                                                              My biggest frustration is that many      you have had for 32 years. How did             this column a greater purpose in
David Chapman and his trusty Peugeot.
                                                                              routes, including the Guardsman          you acquire it? What is still origi-           what they do.
Photo: Roger Tuttle                                                                                                    nal? How many miles does it have?
                                                                              Way route from the South, dump
By Lou Melini                          at the U, we chose where to live       you onto campus into or through          What parts have been replaced from             If you have a suggestion for a
                                       based on topography and proximity      parking lots, one of the most danger-    wear and tear? Have you ever been              commuter profile, have a com-
   The final commuting col-            to the University. Other influences    ous terrains for cyclists. I'm hopeful   cynically asked by a shop employee             muter question you wish me to
umn for 2008 features Dr. David        included the neighborhood environ-     that the new Master Plan for the         if you want it "upgraded"?                     address, or other comments,
S. Chapman, professor in the           ment and schools for our children.     University will address that long-                                                      please send them to lou@
University's Department of Geology     For example, my wife Inga is able to   standing problem.                                                             
and Geophysics. Dr. Chapman has        cycle locally to shop at Emigration
been commuting to the University       Market, at Foothill Village, or the    C.U.: With the price of gas
on the same bike for 32 years, never   15th and 15th complex. I do not
having owned a parking permit. He                                             increased, has there been a notable
                                       ride year-round I give up cycling in   increase in campus bike use?
has 3 grown children, none of whom     mid-December, following an annual
have multiple-car lifestyles. Dr.      geophysical meeting and resume in
Chapman studies global warming.                                               D.C.: Yes. Yesterday, I was in a
                                       mid-March. I use UTA or simply         cluster of 6 bicycle commuters
                                       walk to work during that time.         crossing Sunnyside Ave. on the
Cycling Utah: Thirty-two years
puts you into the experienced bike                                            same green light at 8 AM. There are
                                       C.U.: So why is riding a bike to
commuter category! What is the key
to your dedication? Do you ever not
ride your bike?
                                       work important to you? I assume
                                       that your family is very "car-lite"?
                                                                              now 8-10 bikes attached to the bike
                                                                              rack outside the Geology Building
                                                                              instead of 3 or many times just my
                                                                                                                       ^ATURPAY CYCLED
                                                                              lonely blue Peugeot just a few years
                                       D.C.: I ride because it is good for    ago.
Dave Chapman: When I moved to
Utah to take an academic position
                                       the planet and for my physical and
                                                                                                                               Commuter Bibe H Q 8
                                                                              C.U.: In the daily life of an average
                                                                                                                        We have more racks and fenders than
       Support Your Local Bike                                                Utahn, what percentage does trans-
                                                                              portation choice have on the carbon
                                                                              emissions?                                       any other shop in town.
               Shop!                                                                                                     Trax and Frontrunner Riders—come
                                                                              D.C.: Transportation in general
                                                                              contributes about 1/3 of the coun-
                                                                              try's carbon emissions. Cars are a
                                                                                                                         check out the coolest folder in town! for trails,event                                         significant part of those emissions.
                                                                              Bicycles will only be a small part of
   links, photos, back issues, links, and                                     the greenhouse gas emission solu-
                                                                              tion, but are much more important
                   more!                                                      as a symbol of individual citizens
                                                                              making a difference. Bicycles send
                                                                              a critical message about the kind
                                                                              of livable communities that we can

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cycling utah                                                                                                                                                                                                         3. Patrick Ramirez; Contender Bicycles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Ryan Ashbridge; Revolution/Peak Performance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1. Melanie Gladding
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 22. Nate Allan; Team NATE 8

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Scott Stebbins                                   1. Taylor Eisenhart; FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah          23. Aaron Fox; Racer's 8

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MenB                                                2. Paden Hoover; Canyon Cycle Draper                    24. Scott Preston 7

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I.Alex Sim                                          3. Bradley Thurgood; Timpanogos Cyclery                 25. Trucker Gibson: Racer's Cycle Service 7

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Cameron Charles; RMCC/Cyclesmith                 4. Nathan Greeneisen; Uinta                             26. Adam Lisonbee 6

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Erik Harrington; RMCC/Cyclesmith                 5. Drew Palmer-leger                                    27JasonAsay6

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Bo Pitkin; Whitepine / TOSH / RCM                Junior Women
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Rich Caramadre; RMCC/Cyclesmith                                                                          2 6 , n Annual Tour des Suds, September 14,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1. Chlesea Layer; Cutthroat Racing                      2008, Park City, Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Women B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Meaghan Cunningham;                                                                      Men 1-17

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Lisa Milkavich; Porcupine Pub & Grille/Bicycle                                                           1.73. Kyle Beling 1:09:51
                                                                                                       5. Erika Powers; Revolution ' Peak Fasteners             Porcupine/Spedalized
                              Cyclo                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Nancy Alcabes; Ski Utah Cycling Team             L ^ V r ^ G j Mountain                                  2.91. RalfCarestia 1:14:28

                                                   1. Chris Pietrzak; Porcupine/Specialized Racing     Master M e n 3 5 + A                                     4. John litis; Cole Sport
                                                                                                                                                                5. Justin Wilson; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Kaitlin Barklow                                  R W 3 8 Bike                                            3.116. Ian Griffith 1:24:31
                                                   2. Ali Goulet; Ridley Factory Team
                                                   3. Mitchell Peterson; Mona Vie/Cannondale
                                                                                                       1. John Mckone; Team North Wave
                                                                                                       2. Sam Moore; Canyon Bicycles of Salt Lake               Masters 4 5 +                                        5. Kara Hanis; Ski Utah Cycling                     Uih^SA Racing                                           4.136. David Damonoske 1:29:05
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 5.171. Tommy Drain 1:59:53
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Master M e n B 3 5 +
                                                   4. Dave Harward; Porcupine/Specialized Racing       3. Art O'connor;                   1. Barry Makarewicz
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Tricky Wheeler; Dangerboy Racing                                                                         Men 18-29
UtahCyclocross                                                                                         4. Matt Ohran;                     2. Jeff Clawson; Canyon Bicycles-Draper
                                                   5. Eric Rasmussen; Porcupine/Specialized Racing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Trent Duncan; Baracoa/Mi Doule                   Sundance Single Speed Challenge,                        1.3. Nate Miller 0:45:19
Race # 1 - Saturday, Oct. 4 , 2 0 0 8 , Andy       Women A                                             5. Daren Cottle; Porcupine/Specialized Racing            3. Jeffrey Johnson; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. David Cole; Ridley Factory Team                  September 6, Sundance, Utah                             2.35. Nate Young 0:59:49
Ballard Equestrian Center, Draper, U t a h                                                             Masters 4 5 +                                            4. Jordan Swenson
                                                   1. Dayna Deuter; Ridley Factory Team                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          3.55. Andrew Hennigh 1:04:53
Men A                                                                                                                                                                                                                4. Mark Pasternak; Revolution/Peak Fasteners        Place Name Overall Time
                                                   2. Kris Walker;                    1. Dirk Cowley; FFKR/SBO p/b Tour of Utah                5. Roger Gillespie;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1 Chris Holley 1:20:35                                  4.80. Eric Williston 1:11:34
1. Mitchell Peterson; Monavie/Cannondale                                                                                                                        Masters 5 5 +                                        5. Ken Costa; Revolution
                                                   3. Tiffany Pezzulo; Park City Iron Man              2. Bob Walker; Bountiful Mazda
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MenC                                                2 Josh Wolfe 1:22:18                                    5.93. Rich Piatt 1:14:32
2. Chris Pietrzak; Porcupine/Specialized                                                               3. Peter Barguin; Cole Sport                             1. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycles
                                                   4. Jennie Wade; Ridley Factory Team                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           6.106. Brian Arthur 1:18:34
3. Reed Wycoff; Contender                                                                                                                                                                                            1. Chris Clyde                                      3 Cori Jones 1:28:35
                                                   5. Chantel Thackeray; PCIM                          4. Jeffrey Johnson; Revolution/Peak Fasteners            2. Louis Melini; Canyon Bicycles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4 Racer Gibson 1:31:35                                  7.107.Terry Beckman 1:20:55
4. Eric Rasmussen; Porcupine/Specialized                                                                                                                                                                             2. Eric Miller;
                                                   Master M e n 3 5 + A                                5. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycles                     3. Phil Pattison; Team INERTIA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         5 Matt Harding 1:31:51                                  8.110. Jake Butz 1:22:03
5. Alex Grant; Rocky Mtn Bicycles                                                                                                                                                                                    3. Kory Pitcher; Joyride Bikes/EK Ekcessories
                                                   I.John Mckone;Team Northwave                        Masters 5 5 +                                            4. Steve Holcomb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         6 Dan Nelson 1:32:13                                    9.112. Clint McAffee 1:22:09
Women A                                                                                                                                                                                                              4. Rex Shupe; Bikers Edge
                                                   2. John litis; COLE SPORT                           1. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycle                      Single Speed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7 KC Holley (Female) 1:34:49                            10.148. Michael Hludzinski 1:36:08
1. Tiffany Pezzulo; POM                                                                                                                                                                                              5. Robert Brigman; Binghams-Northshore
                                                   3. Samuel Moore; Porcupine Cycling                  2. louis Melini; Canyon bicycles                         1. Jess Dear; Joyride Bikes/EK Ekcessories
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         8 Dan Hall 1:36:34                                      Men 30-39
2. Erika Powers; Revolution-Peak Fasteners                                                                                                                                                                           Women C
                                                   4. Daren Cottle; Porcupine/Specialized Racing       3. Phil Pattison; Team INERTIA                           2. Eric Flynn; RMCC/Cyclesmith
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I.Stephanie Falls                                   9 Keith Payne 1:39:00                                   1.1. Aaron Phillips 0:43:59
3. Jenelle Kremer; Revolution-Peak Fasteners                                                           4. Steve Holcomb                                         3. Patrick Ramirez; Contender Bicycles
                                                   5. Scott Allen; Canyon Bicycles Draper                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2.5. Eric Pardyjak 0:47:12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Diane Evans; Bountiful Mazda                     lOAIexHamory 1:42:06
4. KC Holey; Racers                                Masters 4 5 +                                       Single Speed                                             4. Daniel Nelson; Racers Cycle Service
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Melanie Helm; JR Smith/lntermountain             11 Ray Vernon 1:43:48                                   3.6. Chad Wassmer 0:47:44
5. Chantel Thackeray; PCIM                                                                             I.Eric Flynn                                             5. Jacob Balls
                                                   1. Jeff Clawson; Canyon Bicycles - Draper                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4.7. Todd Hageman 0:48:37
Master M e n 3 5 + A                                                                                                                                                                                                 4. Jessica Morris; Racers Cycle Service             12 Brad Mullen 1:44:09
                                                   2. Roger Gillespie;           2. Jess Dear; RMCC/Cyclesmith                            MenB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Trishg Glenn                                     13 Kenny Jones 1:44:20                                  5.10. Payton Nishikawa 0:50:48
1. John Mckone; X-Men Team Northwave                                                                   3. Daniel Nelson; Racers Cyde Service                    I.Kurt Wolfgang
                                                   3. Jeffrey Johnson; Revolution Cydes                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6.13. Denny Kalar 0:52:38
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Junior Men                                          14J.PGendson 1:46:06
2. Samuel Moore; Canyon Bicycles Draper                                                                4. Jared Gibson; Racers Cycle Service                    2. Kelly Glenn; Contender Bicycles
                                                   4. Dirk Cowley; FFKR/SBO p/b Tour of Utah                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7.14. Tor Boscher 0:52:44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Taylor Eisenhart; FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah      15 Dustin Kilbourne 2:12:03
3. Scott Allen; Canyon Bicycles Draper                                                                 5. Jason Lloyd;                          3. Bo Pitkin; White Pine Touring
                                                   Masters 55+                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   8.22. Ethan Frank 0:55:32
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Alex Bowcut                                      16 Ben Parker 2:19:00
4. Matt Ohran;                                                                   MenB                                                     4. James Glenn; Canyon Bicycles Draper
                                                   1. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycle                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           9.29. Bryan Godlewski 0:58:34
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Paden Hoover; Canyon Cyde Draper                 17 Trucker Gibson DNF
5. Ben Nichols; Porcupine/Specialized                                                                  I.David Welsh; Kuhl/Scott                                5. Cameron Charles; RMCC/Cyclesmith
                                                   2. Bill Peterson; Revolution Peak Fastener                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    10.34. Randy Carson 0:59:35
Masters 4 5 +                                                                                                                                                                                                        4. Klin Holdaway                                    18 Patrick Hutchins DNF
                                                   3. louis Melini; Canyon bicycles                    2. Tanner Cottle; Porcupine / Specialized Racing         Women B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Men 40-49
1. Jeff Clawson; Canyon Bicycles Draper                                                                                                                                                                              5. Brad Thurgood
                                                   4. Phil Pattison; Team INERTIA                      3. Alec Sim; Joy Ride Bikes/EK Ekcessories               1. Tayler Wiles; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Junior Women                                        12 Hours of Sundance, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00                 1.2. John McKone 0:45:16
2. Jeffrey Johnson                                                                                     4. Kelly Glenn; Contender                                2. Mary Wilcox; Kuhl/Scott
                                                   5. Steve Holcomb                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2.8. Jay Burke 0:48:58
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Luct Florez                                      p.m., September 1 3 , 2 0 0 8 , Sundance
3. Roger Gillespie; Monavie/Cannondale                                                                 5. Cameron Charles; RMCC/Cyclesmith                      3. Lisa Milkavich; Porcupine Pub
                                                   Single Speed                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3.9. Andrew Parker 0:49:31
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Chelsea Layer; Cutthroat Racing                  Resort, Utah
4. Doug Smith; RMCC/Cyclesmitfi                                                                        Women B                                                  4. Kara Harris; Ski Utah Cycling
                                                   1. Bryce Young; Binghams-Northshore                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           4 . 1 1 . Carman bpinoza 0:51:16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Zoe Bradley                                      4 co-ed
5. torn Noaker; Young Riders                                                                           1. Tayler Wiles; American RADD p/b AGEL                  5. Alison Vrem; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                   2. Joel Zenger; Racers Cyde                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   5.12. Scott Patten 0:52:37
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Race #6 - Sunday, November 2,2008,                  1. Racer's Cycle Service-Tucker/Tucker/Robert/
Masters 5 5 +                                                                                          2. Meaghan Cunningham                                    Master Men B 3 5 +
                                                   3. Patrick Ramirez; Contender Bicycles                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6.16. Nick Calas 0:53:32
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Wheeler Farm, Salt Lake City, Utah                  Robert 16
1. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycle                                                                    3. Lisa Milkavich; WWCC/ Intermountain Financial         1. Chris Sherwin; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                   4. Jesse Gordon: Contender Bicycles                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           7.17. Stan Kanarowski 0:53:34
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Men A                                               4 co-ed Master
2. Bill Peterson; Revolution-Peak Fasteners                                                            4. Alison Vrem; Revolution                               2. David Cole; Ridley Factory Team
                                                   5. Jess Dear; Rocky Mountain Cycling Club                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     8.18. Bill Murray 0:53:41
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Bart Gillespie;            1. Sherman/Sherman/Mower/Mower 15
3. Louis Melini; Canyon bicycles                   MenB                                                5. Kaitlin Barklow                                       3. Michael Macci; RMCC/Cyclesmith
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4-Person Female                                         9.19. John Petren 0:54:39
4. Phillip Pattison; Team Inertia                                                                                                                                                                                    2. Ali Goulet; Ridley Factory Team
                                                   1. Tanner Cottle; Porcupine / Specialized Racing    Master Men B 3 5 +                                       4. Mark Pasternak; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1. Jans-Elson/Toly/Hanlon/Hudson 16                     10.20. Barry Woods 0:55:28
Single Speed                                                                                                                                                                                                         3. Reed Wycoff; Contender
                                                   2. Cameron Charles; RMCG'Cydesmith                  1. Matt Bradley; Revolution-Peak Fastener                5. Matt Bradley; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2. Racer's Cylce Service—Morris/Cramer/Johansen/        Men 50-59
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Eric Rasmussen; Porcupine/Specialized Racing
1. Bryce Young; Binghams-Northshore                3. Tyler Fought; RMCC/Cydesmith                     2. Chris Sherwin; Revolution-Peak Fastener               MenC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Jonny Hintze; Biker's Edge/Destination Homes     Hanis 12                                                1.4. Larry Strom 0:47:00
2. Daniel Nelson; Racers Cycle                                                                         3. Todd Taft; Ski Utah Cycling Team                      1. Tim Matthews; Dharma Wheels
                                                   4. Fraser Charles; RMCC/Cydesmith                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2.15. Bruce Lyman 0:52:52
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Women A                                             4-Person Male
3. Patrick Ramirez; Contender Bicycles                                                                 4. Peter Archambault; Porcupine Cycling                  2. Arthur Morris; Racers Cycle Service
                                                   5. Rich Caramadre; RMCOCyclesmith                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             3.24. RobbLentz 0:56:11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Erika Powers; Revolution / Peak Fasteners        1. Rocky Mtn Bicyclre - Olden/Grant/Hall/
4. Joel Zenger; Racer's Cycle Service              WomenB                                              5. Robert Hamlin; Recycled & new Bicycles                3. Sam Clark; Revolution-Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Chantel Thackeray Olsen; PCIM                    Newton 18                                               4.25. Mark SeStenrich 0:57:17
MenB                                                                                                   MenC                                                     4. Ethan Nelson; Timpanogos Cyclery
                                                   1. Natalie Day                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                5.26. Mark Sarette 0:57:40
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Jenelle Kremer; Revolution-Peak Fastners         2. Moffitt/Moffitt/Tanner/Dark 17
1. Tanner Cottle; Porcupine/Specialized                                                                1. Trevor Greenwood; Kuhl/Scott                          5. Graham Greenlee
                                                   2. Tayler Wiles; American RADD p/b AGEL                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       6.28. Bill Dark 0:58:02
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Dayna Deuter; Ridley Factory Team                3. Park City Mac-Davis/Taylor/Mazzola 17
2. Justin Wilson; Revolution-Peak Fasteners                                                            2. Michael Granger; RMCC/Cydesmith                       Women C
                                                   3. Meaghan Cunningham                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7.33. Jim Kupferschmidt 0:59:24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Jennie Wade; Ridley Factory Team                 4. Sunriders-Washburn/Washbum/Washbum/
3. Seth Bradley; Revolution-Peak Fasteners                                                             3. Joshua Parris; Happy Boy Racers                       I.Meg Plank; Kuhl/Scott
                                                   4. Alison Vrem; Revolution                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    8.40. Alan Jarrett 1:00:37
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Master Men 3 5 + A                                  Johnson 17
4. Tyler Fought; RMCC/Cydesmitb                    5. Lisa Milkavich; Porcupine Pub & Grille/Bicycle   4. Chester Vanhuss                                       2. Nancy Russel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         5. Racer's Cylce Service-Morris/Cramer/                 9.52. Pete Larsen 1:03:48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. John litis; COLE SPORT
5. Cameron Charles; RMCC/Cyclesmith                Master Men B 35+                                    5. Eric Miller                                           3. Liz Schulte; PCIM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Montague/Brown 17                                       10.64. Dennis McCormick 1:07:51
Women B                                                                                                                                                                                                              2. Samuel Moore; Canyon Bicyles Draper
                                                   1. Chris Sherwin; Revolution Peak Fastener          Women C                                                  4. Ashleigh Cramer; Racers Cycle Service                                                                                                                         Men 60-69 1154 Bill Men 60-69
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Matt Ohran;                6. A Touch Of Evil-White/Clark/Banks/Bright 14
I.Karen Dee Williams                               2. David Cole; Ridley Factory Team                  I.Margaret Douglass                                      5. Trish Glenn; Contender Bicycles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7. Lariviere/Balls/Sam/Alex 11                          2.841. Steve Men 60-69
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Jared Gibson; Racer's Cycle Service
2. Heather Gilbert; Cutthroat                      3. Michael Macd; RMCC/Cyclesmith                    2. Stephanie Falls                                       Junior Men
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4- Person Master                                        Parent towing child
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Greg Freebairn; Porcupine/Specialized Racing
3. Alison Vrem; Revolution                         4. matt Bradley; American RADD p/b agel             3. Melanie Gladding                                      I.Alex Bowcut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Masters 4 5 +                                       1. Rusty Cranks - Fisher/Moss/McCracken/                1.153. Ken Fisher 1:42:03
4. Meaghan Cunningham                              5. Tricky Wheeler; DangerBoy Radng                  4. Sonia Hult                                            2. Taylor Eisenhart; FFKR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lewis 16                                                2.155. Brian Kelly 1:43:19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Jeff Clawson; Canyon Bicycles - Draper
5. Tayler Wiles; Revolution                        MenC                                                Junior M e n                                             3. Cade Perry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Duo Co-Ed                                               3.164. Jeff Kuehn 1:50:13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Roger Gillespie;
Master M e n B 3 5 +                               1. Martin Frye; Waterfront Bicycles                 1. Alex Bowcut; Canyon Bicycles                          4. Brad Thurgood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1. Team Holly-Holly/Holly 19                            Women 1-17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Doug Smith; RMCC/Cyclesmith
1. Chris Stierwin; Revolution-Peak Fasteners       2. tim Matthews; Dharma Wheels Cyclery              2. Paden Hoover; Canyon Cycle Draper                     5. Quincy Bacus
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2. Hip Hopappotomis-Jones/Hawks 16                      1.99. Katy Green 1:16:10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Lewis Rollins; Contender
2. Richard Abbott; Revolution-Peak Fasteners                                                           3. Cade Perry                                            Junior Women
                                                   3. Jothan Parris                                                                                                                                                                                                      3.Caramadre/Fitzgerald15                                Women 18-29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Louis Melini; Canyon Bicycles
3. Jon Milner; Canyon Bicycles Draper                                                                  4. BradThorgood;Timpanagos                               1. Lucy Florez; RMCC/Cyclesmith
                                                   4. Graham Greenlee                                                                                                                                                                                                    4. Intermountain Financial—Mciimoil/Mcilmoil 15         1.102. Sarah Young 1:17:34
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Masters 5 5 +
4. Rich Caramadre; RMCC/Cyclesmith                 5. Michael Granger; RMCC/Cyclesmith                 5. Denver Perry                                          2. Sariah Stone
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Duo Female                                              2.108. Emily Beckman 1:21:05
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycle
5. David Cole; Ridley Factory Team                 Women C                                             Junior Women                                             3. Julia Perry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         I.Collins/Kendall 14                                    3.109. Andrea Ball 1:22:02
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. louis Melini; Canyon bicycles
MenC                                                                                                   1. Chelsea Layer; Cutthroat Racing                       Race #5 - Saturday, November 1,2008,
                                                   I.Liz Schulte; K I M                                                                                                                                                                                                  Duo Male                                                4.126. Kristen Gillette 1:27:09
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Single Speed
1. Nick Anderson                                   2. Elizabethanne Stevens                            2. Julia Perry                                           Rocky Mountain Raceway, West Valley, Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1.2 Fast F***ers - Wolfe/Harding 18                     5.127. Whitney Thompson 1:27:39
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Patrick Ramirez; Contender Bicycles
2. Arthur Morris; Racers Cycle                     3. Melanie Gladding                                 3. Jessi Smith                                           Men A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2.Stites/Harris18                                       6.168. Kara Cody 1:54:13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Eric Flynn; RMCC/Cyclesmith
3. Cheston Van Huss; Canyon Bicycles Draper        Junior Men                                          4. Lupine Cramer; Recycled & New Bicycles                1. Bart Gillespie;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         3. Racer's Cycle Service-Heckman/Zenger 18              Women 30-39
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. JESS Dear; RMCC Cydesmith
4. Brock Olson                                     1. Alex Bowcut; Canyon Bicycles                     5. Sariah Stone                                          2. Alex Grant; Rocky Mountain Bicycles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4. White Pine Touring-Morton/Gasievski 17               1.77. Sarah Cylvick 1:09:59
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Jesse Gordon; Contender Bicycles
5. Graham Creenlee                                 2. Klin Holdaway                                    Race #4 - Saturday, October 2 5 , 2 0 0 8 , Fort         3. Reed Wycluff                                                                                                                                                  2.78. Laynee Jones 1:11:27
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Jason Lloyd;                     5. Richard Cranium - Finlayson/Uibel 16
WomenC                                             3. Hayes Graham                                     Buenaventura, Ogden, Utah                                4. Dave Harward; Porcupine/Specialized Racing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         6. Mad Dog Cydes-Chynoweth/Billings 16                  3.79. Broom McAffee 1:11:28
1. Lisa Palmer-leger; Intermountain Financial/     4. Paden Hoover; Canyon Cycle Draper                Men A                                                    5. Connor O'leary; Velosport Racing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7. Zvirzdin/LeMonte 15                                  4.83. Kari Murray 1:12:23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Cameron Charles; RMCC/Cyclesmith
JRSmi                                              5. Tanner Allen; Canyon Bicyde Draper               1. Bart Gillespie;                 Women A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         8. Hodnett/Mullen 14                                    5.90. Libble Ginster 1:14:06
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Abe Sim; JoyRide Bikes/Ek Ekcessories
2. Elizabeth Schulte; PCIM                         Race # 3 • Saturday, October 18,2008, Weber         2. Reed Wycoff; Contender Bicycles                       1. Erika Powers; Revolution / Peak Fasteners                                                                                                                     6.97. Polly McLean 1:15:05
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. James Glenn; Canyon Bicycles Draper              9. Racer's Cycle Service-Gibson/Johansen 13
3. Melanie Gladding                                County Fairgrounds, Ogden, Utah                     3. Rob Squire; Binghams-Northshore                       2. Chantel Thackeray; PCIM                                                                                                                                       7.119.SimoneLaCasce1:25:12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Bo Pitkin; Whitepine / TOSH / RCM                10. Lizard Skins - Kirkman/Moore 13
Junior Men                                         Men A                                               4. Eric Rasmussen; Porcupine/Specialized                 3. Tayler Wiles; Revolution / Peak fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Solo Female                                             8.128. Alison Godlewski 1:27:44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Tyler Fougart; RMCC/Cyclesmith
1. Taylor Eisenhart; FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah     1. Bart Gillespie;            5. Alex Grant; Rocky Mountain Bicycles                   4. Rachel Cieslewicz;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1. Amy Williams; Its Yoga 13                            9.129. Melanie Helm 1:28:10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Women B
2. Klin Holdaway                                   2. Chris Pietrzak; Porcupine/Specialized Racing     Women A                                                  5. Jennie Wade; Ridley Factory Team
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2.JoanneChoumosl1                                       10.142. Laurie Gentempo 1:33:12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Lisa Palmer-leger; JR Smith/lntermountain
3. Hayes Graham                                                                                        1. Natalie Day                                           Master Men 3 5 + A
                                                   3. JJ Clark; Spike                                                                                                                                                                                                    3. Debbie Morten sen 8                                  Women 40-49
4. Christopher Putt                                                                                    2. Erika Powers; Revolution-Peak Fasteners               1. Matt Ohran;
                                                   4. Rob Squire; Binghams-Northshore                                                                                                                                                                                    4. Amber Hatfield 8                                     1.21. Laura Howat 0:55:32
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Lisa Milkavich; Porcupine Pub & Grille/Bicycle
5. Paden Hoover; Canyon Bicycles Draper            5. Connor O'leary; Velosport Racing                 3. Chantel Thackeray; PCIM                               2. John Mckone; Team Northwave
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         5. Mary Jean Preston 6                                  2.36. Laura Patten 1:00:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Meaghan Cunningham;
Junior Women                                       Women A                                             4. Tiffany Pezzulo; PCIM                                 3. Samuel Moore                                                                                                                                                  3.46. Miss Creant 1:02:29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. laurel Hunter; KUHL/Scott                        Solo Male
1. Chelsea Layer; Cutthroat Racing                 1. Kris Walker;                    5. Jamie Bennion; Bountiful Motors                       4. Scott Allen; Canyon Bicycles                                                                                                                                  4.60. Andrea Carden 1:06:25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Kaitlin Barklow                                  1. Brad Piling 16
2. Ashley Heaton; Ski Utah                                                                             Master M e n 3 5 + A                                     5. Daren Cottle; Porcupine/Specialized Racing                                                                                                                    5.76. Jody Woods 1:09:57
                                                   2. Tiffany Pezzulo; Park City Iron Man                                                                                                                                                                                2. Kenny Jones; Who Killed Kenny? 15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Master M e n B 3 5 +
Rate #2 - Saturday, Oct. 1 1 , 2 0 0 8 , Wasatch                                                       1. Matt Ohran;                     Masters 4 5 +
                                                   3. Rachel Cieslewicz; MonaVle/Cannondaie                                                                                                                                                                              3. Peter McMullin; Revolution 15                        6.92. Karen Carestia 1:14:30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. David Cole; Ridley Factory Team
County Fairgrounds, Heber, Utah                    4. Dayna Deuter; Ridley Factory Team                2. John Mckone; Team Northwave                           1. Barry Makarewicz                                                                                                                                              7 . % . Polly Ivers 1:14:48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2. Andre Gonzales; Canyon Draper                    4. Dan Nielson; Ladies Man 15
                                                                                                                                                      3.        2. Jeffrey Johnson; Revolution/Peak Fasteners                                                                                                                    8.131. Cynthia Murray 1:28:29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Mark Pasternak; Revolution/Peak Fasteners        5.KarlVizmegl5
                                                                                                                                                      Daren     3. Roger Gillespie;                                                                                                                        9.140. Christina Maslowski 1:31:43
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Troy Nye;                            6. Mike Barringer 14
                                                                                                                                                      Cottle;   4. Jeff Clawson; Canyon Bicycles - Draper                                                                                                                        10.158. Shelly Wedge 1:45:39
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Ron Palmer-leger; Young Rider                    7.VinceAdamsl4

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MenC                                                8. Richard Abbott 14
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         9. Dennis Potter 14                                     1.94. Cyndi Schwandt 1:14:34
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Joshua Panis; Happy Boy Racers
                                                                                                                                                                1. Lewis Rollins; Contender Bicycle
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     MWaner ^Season                                                                                                                                             2. Louis Melini; Canyon bicycles
                                                                                                                                                                3. Phil Pattison; Team INERTIA
                                                                                                                                                                Single Speed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Brian Nelson; Biker Edge/Destination Homes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4. Paul Shumate; Binghams-Northshore
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Dusty Powers; Revolution/Peak Fasteners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         11. Kurt Wolfgang 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         12. Scott Wetzel 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         13. Scott Morrison 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 3.154. Mona Cotter 1:42:26
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1.122. Melinda Berge 1:26:10
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Pro Women                      Expert Women                                        2. Clint DeMill; C.O.G./Jeff Fogt 0:04:31.37        2. Rex Hardy 11:10:54.152                        10. Michael Austin; NUGGET 10:37:23.310           1. Bobby Cannon, Peter Johnson, Connor Oleary,       09:23:45.171
I.Addie Stewart 176            1. Ana Rodriguez                                    Expert Men 40-49                                    Men Cat 5 : 3 5 +                                CIT MEN CAT 5 -AGES 3 5 + 1 2 0 0                 Andrew Putt, Tanner Putt; BUTTS, SWEAT AND           6. Joshua Carter; WRIGHT MEDICAL/PARK CITY
2. Connie Misket 116           Sport Men 19-29                                     1. Mike Holder; Park's Sportsman 0:04:20.05         I.Craig Willis 09:10:47.679                      1. Tony Anstine; LOGAN RACE CLUB 09:5637.783      GEARS 09:19:13.592                                   RIDES 0927:56.916
3. Kimber Gabryszak 109        1. Noah Welter                                      2. Christopher Boudreaux; Superco 0:04:32.10        2. Kevin Johansen 09:16:28.975                   2. Dwaine Allgier; BRUTE FORCE 0956:38.000        2. Sam Clark, Justin Jensen, Brad Pilling,           7. Ben Nichols; PORCUPINE SPECIALIZED RACING
4. Linden Kimmerer 60          2. Chris Butterfield                                3. Kirk Meyer; Park's Sportsman 0:05:02.51          3. John Butler 093138.206                        3. Michael Scheuller; RED DOG RIDERS              Jamie Pogue; DNA CYCLING/REVOLUTION B                09:2757217.
4. Jackie Baker 60             3. Louie Jones                                      Pro Men                                             4. Bret Yeargin 093139.102                       0958:44.548                                       09:25:19.667                                         8. Anthony Johnson; FFKR/SPORTSBASEONLINE.
6. AponiHancock 49             4. Josh Wolfe                                       1. Logan Binggeli; KHS Bikes 0:04:07.21             5. Philip Boyack 10:08:49.000                    4. Dean Mathias; LOGAN RACE CLUB 09:58:44.703     3. Mike Hileman, David Kelsey, James King,           COM PB TOUR OF UTAH 093150.986
Expert 19-29 Men               5. Curtis Olson                                     2. Matt Johnston; KHS Bikes 0:04:09.55              6. Geoffery Barry 10:18:05.000                   5. Kevin Johansen; PR0BAR 0958:45.639             Kenny Oconnell; RED BURRO RACING RELAY 4             9. Alfred Thresher; RED BURRO RACING
I.Chris Hadley 289             6. Paul Kilhefner                                   3. Ben Craner; Caf, Rio/Canfield Bros. 0:04:12.07   7. Paul Timmons 10:21:41.135                     6. Cory Mcneely; PARK CITY ORTHODONTICS           09:25:26.682                                         0934:40.959
2. Bradley Pastir 247          Sport Men 30-39                                     Pro Women                                           8. RhettWayman 10:49:05.924                      09:59:02.417                                      4. Jonathan James, Adam Koch, Tony Parkinson,        10. Nate Thomas; LRC - PARK CITY JEEP
3. Riley Barlow 218            I.AIexMazurkewycz                                   1. Jackie Baker; Giant/WTB/Fox Shox 0:05:07.67      Men Cat 5 : 4 5 +                                7. Michael Nielsen; RED DOG RIDERS 10:00:41.885   Steven Saxton, Scott Warner; DNA CYCLING/            09:34:47.623
4.TysonHenrie212               2. Jay Sherman                                      2. Kimber Gabryszak ;Velo Bella 0:05:16.09          1. Darrell Byerly 08:55:26.597                   8. Erik Neilson; LOGAN RACE CLUB 10:02:41.947     REVOLUTION A 09:2654.163                             LIC MEN CAT 3-4
5. Riley Tucker 179            3. Steve Smock                                      Sport Men 13-18                                     2. Eric Woolsey 10:06:10.411                     9. Bill Murray; PR0BAR 10:0655.534                5. Ben Cogdill, Wes Hortin, Cody Hunter,             1. Kent Carlsen; LOGAN RACE CLUB /WIMMERS
6. Robbie Bamgartner 178       Sport Men 40-49                                     1. Spencer Corbridge; Urban Downfall 0:04:30.28     3. Mark Gaylord 10:10:46.227                     10. Scott Griffith; AFT0N WY USA 10:07:41.679     Kevin Larsen, Clayton Stucki; TEAM COG RED           ULTIMATE 09:1422.388
7. Adam McMurray 169           I.Wayne Belles                                      2. Hayden Smith 0:04:36.93                          4. Ken Johnson 10:26:50.293                      CIT MEN CAT 5 -AGES 3 5 + 1 3 0 0                 09:39:42.812                                         2. Elliott Smith; TEAM INERTIA 09:14:22.546
8. Nathan Avery 92             2. Jose Balcazar                                    3. Cody Butler; Park's Sportsman 0:04:33.80         5. Tom Eckstein 10:38:48.251                     1. Paul Nash JACKSON WY USA 10:0132.052           6. Dale Hadley, Deb Hadley, Josh Moss, Lyn Moss,     3. Jason Smith; TEAM INERTIA 09:14:22.823
9. Travis Etquist 74           3. Corey Swenson                                    Sport Men 19-29                                     6. Gregory Skordas 10:51:59.944                  2. Jason Woodland; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION        Steve Moss; RUSTY CRANKS 09:40:33.618                4. Curtis Doman; INERTIA 09:1423.138
TO. Sean Gollub 65             4. Clint Bullock                                    1. Jake Bamgartner; Old Mill Realty 0:04:34.79      7.CariHorton 11:23:00.000                        HOMES 10:07:34.537                                7. Matt Mueller, Bryan Peterson, Daren Peterson,     5. Justin Wilson; REVOLUTION MOUNTAIN SPORTS
Expert Men 30-39               Sport Men 13-18                                     2. Clayton Corbridge 0:04:25.82                     Men Cat 5 : 5 5 +                                3. Paul Mathewson; BIKERS EDGE 10:15:41.469       Jason Peterson, Derrick Stanbridge; PREMIER          09:14:23302
I.David Clark 289              I.Galen Carter                                      3. Kade Salisbury; Salisbury Plumbing 0:04:31.07    I.Val Ludlow 09:00:21.287                        4. Michael Clark; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION         APPRAISAL 09:41:15.055                               6. Jonny Hintze; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION
2. Lee McGuffey 285            2. Daniel Rodosky                                   Sport Men 30-39                                     2. Edward Brown 10:08:14.051                     HOMES 10:16:06.497                                8. Les England, Kurt Frankenburg, Stephen            HOMES 09:1424.636
1 Clint DeMill 263             Sport Women 19+                                     I.Ian McPherson 0:04:50.59                          3. Michael Shaw 10:10:47.536                     5. Paul Bradford; RED BURRO RACING                Hester, Dwight Janerich, Brett Shaffer; LESTERS      7. Ken Webster; SPIN CYCLE RACING 09:1427.070
4. Tony Sams 202               I.Claudia Jackson                                   2. Nathan Morgan 0:04:55.64                         4. Chris Reveley 10:17:23.967                    10:27:00.740                                      MOLESTERS 09:4132.003                                8. Perry Hall; WRIGHT MEDICAL/PARK CITY RIDES
5. Scott Neison 147            2. Melanie Bullock                                  3. Ron Carrasquel 0:04:58.07                        5. John Hernandez 10:56:05.526                   6. Russ Sheridan; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION         9. Russell Cook, Boyd Erickson, Scott Leaver, Rich   09:1428.852
6.DavidMosher95                3. Kaylee Fisher                                    Sport Men 40-49                                     6. Norman Mecham 1056:06.909                     HOMES 10:3353.768                                 Patch, Brian Wolsey; RED BURRO RACING WW             9. Alexander Obbard; SPIN CYCLE RACING
7. Brent Maschmann 93          4. Michelle Good                                    1. Wayne Belles; Desha Raring 0:04:59.76            7. John Harris 10:56:59333                       7. Michael Hansen; EL DULCE 1038:42.167           09:41:39.890                                         09:1435.738
8. James Runner 85             5. Angela Earle                                     2. Kent Woodfield 0:05:02.88                        Men Cat 5 : 6 0 +                                8. Jon Youngblood; PROVIDENCE UT USA              10. Cass Butler, Herman Franks, James Hill, Slade    10. NateTimms; SPIN CYCLE RACING 09:1651.164
9. Charles Eller 70            Open Men 50+                                        Sport Women 19+                                     1. Stuart Wilson 08:18:54.111                    10:4054.141                                       Opheikens; FOHB 09:43*4.318                          LIC MEN CAT 4
                               I.Jay Migliore                                      I.Joy Sather 0:05:14.63                             Masters Men 35 Plus                              9. Harry Hayter; EL DULCE 10:42:44.453            CIT TANDEM                                           1. Justin Gibson; LOGAN RACE CLUB 0934*8.948
10. Anthony French 65
Expert Men 13-18                                                                                                                       I.Alfred Thresher 08:09:05.565                   10. Bret Campbell; ROCKS CYCLING AND FITNESS      1. Dan & Deborah Minert; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA             2. Spence Roper; LOGAN RACE CLUB 09:40:22.046
                                                                                   2008 Widow Maker Mountain Bike Hill                                                                                                                    10:48:11.427                                         3. James Crawford; BINGHAMS/NORTHSHORE
I.Nic Hadley 292               Sundance Showdown, Super-D and                                                                          2. Steven Fellows 08:09:05.664                   10:43:07.993
                                                                                   Climb, September 27,2008, Snowbird, Utah                                                                                                                                                                    09:4333.605
2. Chris Geaslin 209           Downhill, Utah DH Series, Sundance, Utah,                                                               3. Bruce Bilodeau 08:1539.008                    CIT MEN CATS-AGES 4 5 + 1 4 0 0                   2. Bustamante, Jill Petersen, Cory; PETERSEN/
                                                                                   Male by Age Groups
3. David Sneed 190             September 6-7,2008                                                                                      4. Jack Dainton 08:22:16.295                     1. Joe Kammerer; L0T0H0 PLUS 10*156.194           BUSTAMANTE 11:01:32.972                              4. Seth Bradley; AMERICAN RADD PRESENTED BY
                                                                                   Age 01 to 14
4. Casey Swenson 162           Downhill                                                                                                5. Gary Gardner 08:2639.572                      2. William Long; SLEWBALL 10:17:27.496            3. John & Jilene Mecham; RACERS CYCLE SERVICE        AGEL 09:4336.925
                                                                                   1.1. Justin Griffin 00:58:19.62
5.JackBowen150                 Beginner 12 under                                                                                       6. Brian Fife 0838:40300                         3. Mark Sykes; FARMINGTON UT USA 10:28:00.053     11:11:26.601                                         5. Joel Rackham; BINGHAMS/NORTHSHORE
                                                                                   Age 15 to 19
6.NaishUlmer145                1. Sawyer Forrest; Park's Sportsman 0:05:10.70                                                          7. Jeffrey Rasch 08:40:58339                     4. Chris Peterson; Ml DUOLE 10:28:00.194          4. Matt 8, Laura Collier; COLLIER/COLLIER            09:4336.999
                                                                                   1.9. Dave Jensen 01:07:48.42
7. Jordan Culp 139             2. Tanner Nelson; Bingham's Cyclery 0:05:58.58                                                          8. Michael Norberg 08:57:20.202                  5. James Hutton; Ml DUOLE 10:28:03.897            1136:15.683                                          6. Casey Marker; BINGHAMS/NORTHSHORE
                                                                                   2.14. Ryan Battaglia 01:11:02.01
8. Aaron Mendoza 124           3. Mackay Hare 0:05:59.54                                                                               9. Denny Kalar 09:51:57.286                      6. Steven Haga; Ml DUOLE 10:28:04.919             5. David & Barbara Kent; KENT/KENT                   09:4337.159
                                                                                   Age 20 to 29
9. MicahHintze 106             Beginner Men 13-18                                                                                      10. Mike Norberg 10:00:01.867                    7. Scott Woodard; WOODLAND HILLS UT USA           12:11:06.580                                         7. Lance Anderson; SPIN CYCLE RACING
                                                                                   1.5. Eric Ellis 01:03:10.95
10. Wes Williams 62            1. Dallin Corbridge 0:04:33.30                                                                          Masters Men 45 Plus                              103050.011                                        6. Wright Karen Smith, William; ALPINE CYCLE/        09:4338.605
                                                                                   2.17. Mike Jensen 01:12:36.92
Expert Men 40-49               2. Jared Smith 0:04:36.97                                                                               I.Chris Williams 08:35:03.039                    8. Scott Russell; CUTTHROAT RACING 10:3135566     ALPINE CYCLE 8, FITTNESS 12:52:19.644                8. John Burton; JOYRIDE BIKES/EK EKCESSORIES
                                                                                   3.20. Brian Bickwell 01:19:40.23
1. Scott Crabill 289           3. Max Herran 0:04:49.51                                                                                2. Mark Zimbelman 0835:06.919                    9. Peter Harker; N0RDAS 10:36:58.330              7. Player, Greg Wiberg, Tim; PEARL VISION/           09:4338.992
                                                                                   4.23. Kyle Wehmanen 01:26:09.84
2. Mike Holder 285             Beginner Men 19-39                                                                                      3. Steve Tueller 08:51:43.412                    10. Bob Emmett; N0RDAS 103658.454                 CONCREATE! 13:19:36.214                              9. Justin Bingham; BINGHAMS/NORTHSHORE
                                                                                   5.28. Time Larisch 01:43:09.98
3. Christopher Boudreaux 188   I.MavCalderon 0:04:39.47                                                                                4. Gary Porter 08:51:44.044                      CIT MEN CATS-AGES 4 5 + 1 5 0 0                   CIT WOMEN CAT 4 - AGES 13 TO 24                      09:44:00.407
                                                                                   Age 30 to 39
4. Kirk Meyer 187              2. Jesse Goulding 0:04:47.10                                                                            5. Jerold Hunsaker 08:51:44347                   I.William Doucette; LOGAN UT USA 0955:33.300      1. Camila Esposito; LOGAN RACE CLUB                  10. Terry Stone; SPIN CYCLE RACING 09:44:04328
                                                                                   1.6. Nate Pack 01:03:46.87
5. Craig Skinner 167           3. Garth Hare 0:04:47.85                                                                                6. Zan Treasure 08:51:45.352                     2. Duggan Hannon; BRIGHTON UT USA                 113653.849                                           LIC MEN CATS 5100
                                                                                   2.13. Mark Ney 01:10:38.34
6. Dave Barclay 89             Expert Men 13-18                                                                                        7. Todd Hams 09:14:49.625                        0959:19.254                                       2. Kaytie Scott; PARADIGM REAL ESTATE                1. Jeremy Wallentine; PORCUPINE CYCLING
                                                                                   3.21. Shaun On 01:19:50.17
7. Steve Parrish 78            1. Micah Hintze; Urban Downfall 0:04:14.99                                                              8. Todd Hitton 09:19:08.545                      3. Mark Smith ;TH0RNT0N CO USA 10*9:10.976        12:10:26.931                                         09:45*2.866
                                                                                   4.24. Dan Larisch 0133:22.46
8. Kurt Borich 43              2. Nic Hadley; 0:04:16.34                                                                   9. Anthony Quinn 09:19:09.522                    4. Paul Stempniak; WEST JORDAN UT USA             CIT WOMEN CAT 4 -AGES 2 5 +                          2. Ben Hennick; LOGAN RACE CLUB 09:4959.888
                                                                                   5.25.Sean Burnett01:35:10.70
9. Craig Van Cleve 43          3. David Sneed; ODI/Monster 0:04:25.99                                                                  10. James Furgeson 09:22:13.411                  1021:02.196                                       1. Erika Lloyd; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA                3. Ben Kofoed; LOGAN RACE CLUB 09:50:11.873
                                                                                   6.26. David Swensen 01:38:50.73
10. David Dasta 35             Expert Men 19-29                                                                                        Relay 2 Person Team                              S.Todd Flitton; KAYSVILLE UT USA 10:23:41.821     103831.835                                           4. Trevor Wood; ALPINE HOME MEDICAL
                                                                                   7.27. Lance Grondahl 01:38:58.17
Expert Women                   1. Adam McMurray; Park's Sportsman 0^)4:17.09                                                           1. Team Hobler 09:06:34.077                      6. Joe Thomas; LIVESTRONG 1024:59.965             2. Lara Sparhawk; PEARL VISION/CONCREATE!            0957:03.988
                                                                                   8.30. Samson McGowan 01:5450.37
I.Stacey Parker 50             2. Robbie Bamgartner; Old Mill Realty 0:04:19.09                                                        2. Sonia Maxfield 09:55:39.090                   7. Ken Johnson; SANDY UT USA 10:25:06.819         10:43:05.271                                         5. Brian Lifferth; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA
                                                                                   Age 40 to 49
1. Ana Rodriguez 50            3. Chris Hadley; 0:04:19.45                                                                 3. Team Caramadrid 10:24:25.313                  8. Brian Bamett; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA            3. Holley Aldred; PEARL VISION/CONCREATE!            0957*7.490
                                                                                   1.2. Tim White 01:00:05.81
Open Men 50+                   Expert Men 30-39                                                                                        Relay 3-5 Person Team                            10:25:10.730                                      10:43:05594                                          6. Craig Willis; LOGAN UT USA 095757.306
                                                                                   2.3. Jay Griffin 01:02:49.18
I.Jay Migliore 120             I.David Clark 0:04:29.75                                                                                I.Steven Cook 08:58:13.904                       9. Dale Sargent; BOLIVAR MO USA 10:31:27.650      4. Sarah Jackson; JACKSON 10:47:39.162               7. Alan Griffey; BINGHAMS/NORTHSHORE
                                                                                   3.7. Jay Lewandowski 01:0631.70
Sport Men 19-29                2. Clint DeMill; C.O.G./Jeff Fogt 0:04:31.37                                                            2. Jensen Goould et al 10:03:23.470              10. Kenneth Hughes; TEAM SHUNDAHAI                5. Kit Deslauriers; HOBACK SPORTS 10:4859.458        10:09:08.428
                                                                                   4.11. Nuno Battaglia 01:09:27.73
1. Erik Bachmann 128           Expert Men 40-49                                                                                        3. Newsonetal 10:0952.803                        1031:29.508                                       6. Suzy Thatcher; SUGAR CITY ID USA                  8. Tim Hollingsed; PORCUPINE CYCLING
                                                                                   5.12. Joao Battaglia 01:09:35.46
2. Kade Salisbury 117          1. Mike Holder; Park's Sportsman 0:04:20.05                                                                                                              CIT MEN CAT 5-AGES 55+                            11:01:29.782                                         10:1036.008
                                                                                   6.15. Vicente Planelles 01:11:17.28
3. Justin Nelson 105           2. Christopher Boudreaux; Superco 0:04:30.55                                                            LOTOJA, 206 miles from Logan, Utah to            1. Kerry Robbins; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION         7. Elaina Undberg; RIDE 4 DAD 11*8:53.183            9. Mark Albrecht; GARNER JENSEN INSURANCE
                                                                                   7.16. Matt Belman 01:11:31.39
3. Paul Boyle 105              3. Kirk Meyer; Park's Sportsman 0:04:47.43                                                              Jackson Hole, Wyoming, September 6,2008          HOMES 10:16:05.500                                8. Dina Hannah; ACE 11:10:33.326                     10:1129.138
                                                                                   8.18. Jim Harper 01:14:59.62
5.SkylerHolder81               Pro Men                                                                                                 CIT JUNIORS UTS-AGES 13 T 0 1 8                  2,Val Ludlow; 0FRT 10:2734.778                    9. Lindsay Zizumbo; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA            10. Gregory Robinson; FAST FRIDAY 10:1131.005
                                                                                   9.22. Patrick Mcknight 01:20:56.01
6. Curtis Olson 65             1. Logan Binggeli; KHS Bikes 0:04:05.85                                                                 1. Joshua Davis; DAVIS AND SON 11:26*5.043       3. Steven Cramer; CHAIN GANG PIRATES              11:11:17394                                          LIC MEN CAT 5 5200
                                                                                   Age 50 to 59
7. Jake Bamgartner 60          2. Matt Johnston; KHS Bikes 0:04:09.55                                                                  2. Mitchell Taylor; UNATTACHED 12:19:05.936      103259.330                                        10. Usa Rollins; ROLLINSROCK 11:16:09.098            1. Steve Wilson; SUGAR HOUSE CYCLING CLUB
                                                                                   1.4. Robert Westerman 01:02:52.82
8. Marty Denna 50              3. Ben Craner; Caf_ Rio/Canfield Bros. 0:04:09.92                                                       3. Keith Powell; POWELL OPHTHALMOLOGY            4. Bertram Spetzler; BNI NEURONS 1036:00.665      CIT WOMEN CAT 4-AGES 4 5 +                           09:37:56287
                                                                                   2.19. Shannon Storrud 01:18:18.57
9. Louie Jones 49              Pro Women                                                                                               1233:24.685                                      5. Edward Brown; PANETERIA LUIG11038:15.979       1. Debra Banks; TITLE NINE WOMENS CYCLING            2. Kyle Nelson; SPIDER BAIT 093756.461
                                                                                   Female by Age Groups
10. Brian Curren 46            1. Jackie Baker; Giant/WTB/Fox Shox 0:04:59.33                                                          CIT MEN CAT 5-AGES 19 TO 24                      6. Tom Uriona; Ml DUOLE - BARBAC0A                11:33:40.336                                         3. Jason Prigge; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA
                                                                                   Age 20 to 29
Sport Men 30-39                2. Kimber Gabryszak; Velo Bella 0:05:11.30                                                              1. Evan Romrell ;TET0N VELOZ 10:20:01.785        1055:47.473                                       2. Judy Allen; SLC UT USA 1136:52577                 09:3759.924
                                                                                   1.29. Cora Stjemholm 01:49:56.17
1. Ian McPhearson 169          Sport Men 13-18                                                                                         2. Nicholas Rico; RIVERTON UT USA 10:20:08.149   7. Robert Rolfs; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA            3. Janet Borg; PROVIDENCE UT USA 1137:54.871         4. Ryan Wilcock; SPIDER BAIT 09:38*0.335
                                                                                   Age 30 to 3 9
2. Robbie Maynard 106          1. Spencer Corbridge; Urban Downfall 0:04:10.33                                                         3. Matt Farr; BICYCLE CENTER 10:23:01.418        11:00:01.192                                      4. Andrea White; Ml DUOLE 11:47*8.037                5. Adam Taylor; BCC RACING 09:43:17.272
                                                                                   1.10. Heather King 01:0758.65
3. Brandon Barber 99           2. Hayden Smith 0:04:30.21                                                                              4. Craig Romrell; TETON VELOZ 10:27:14314        8. William Harvell; RICHMOND UT USA               5. Joan Benson; Ml DUOLE 12:03:41.177                6. Mark Esplin; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA 09:47:00.089
                                                                                   Age 40 to 4 9
4.MatDemck82                   3. Cody Butler; Park's Sportsman 0:04:31.07                                                             5. Jeremy Jensen; TETON VELOZ 10:30:22.086       11:0736.676                                       6. Susan Imhoff; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA               7. Benjamin Lewis; IOWA CITY IA USA
                                                                                   1.8. Laura Howat 01:06:42.39
5. Ryan Simmons 42             Sport Men 19-29                                                                                         6. Dylan Pratt; TEAM ALTA 1033:00.619            9. Scott Keller ;JSA 11:09:05.262                 12:21:21.692                                         09:47*0.151
6. Vaughn Martinez 32          1. Jake Bamgartner; Old Mill Realty 0:04:23.18                                                          7. Jason Miller; TETON VELOZ 10:4234.823         10. Alan Hammond; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA           CIT WOMEN CAT 4-OPEN CLASS                           8. Ryan Lemone; TEAM DIALOGUE 09:5354.497
7.RickWieloh30                 2. Clayton Corbridge 0:04:23.42                                                                         8. Clayton Pratt; TEAM ALTA 10:53:39.674         11:16*3377                                        1. Diana Gibson; TITLE NINE WOMENS CYCLING           9. Dave Bell; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA 09:59:44.025
7. James Bondurant 30          3. Kade Salisbury; Salisbury Plumbing 0:04:24.28                                                                                                                                                                                                                10. Farrell Spackman; HARRISVILLE UT USA
9. Aaron Lepper 26             Sport Men 30-391. Ian McPherson 0:04:36.64
                                                                                                               Road                    9. David Price; SOUTH WEBER UT USA
                                                                                                                                                                                        CIT MEN CAT 5-AGES 60+                            CLUB 10:4738.241
                                                                                                                                                                                        1. Robert Spetzler; BNI NEURONS 10:20:08.229      2. Susie Rose; ROC011:26:47523
9.BraleyJoy26                  2. Nathan Morgan 0:04:45.17                                                     Racing                  10. Andrew Rigby; TEAM ME 11:28:15.376           2. Stewart Wilson; TREMONTON UT USA               3. Kathie Colosimo; ROC011:26:47.535                 LIC MEN CAT 5 5300
Sport Men 13-18                3. Ron Carrasquel 0:04:58.07                                                                            CIT MEN CAT 5 - AGES 2 5 + 1 6 0 0               11:00*2.271                                       4. Janet Woodruff; JANET 12:28:23.682                1. Don Whipple; FRANKLIN COVEY 09:3457.405
1. Hayden Smith 158            Sport Men 4 0 4 9                                                                                       1. Theron Jeppson; TEAM JEPPS0N 09:5232.544      3. Lee Bourne; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA              5. Elisa Beres; BNI NEURONS 13:14:44226              2. Michael Broadbent; GOLDMAN SACHS
2. Cody Butler 129             I.Eric Geaslin 0:04:47.15                                                                               2. Russ Sundbedc; BOUNTIFUL UT USA               12:21:54372                                       LIC MASTERS 3 5 +                                    09:35:02.603
                                                                                   Felt Tour de Park City, 170 mile race through
3JohnLemich115                 2. Wayne Belles; Desha Racing 0:04:54.85                                                                10:02:17.017                                     4. David Mason; ALTO VEL012:33:09345              1. John Mckone; TEAM NORTHWAVE 093359.734            3. Jason Speirs; ICE 0935:03.934
                                                                                   Northern Utah's beautiful mountain valleys,
4. Taylor Sparks 71            3. Kent Woodfield 0:05:02.88                                                                            3. John Emmett; N0RDAS 10:20:21.903              CIT MEN CAT S - OPEN CLASS 1900                   2. Steven Fellows; RED BURRO RACING                  4. Norman Frye; SKI UTAH CYCLING 09:56:45.387
                                                                                   August 2,2008
5. Mitchell Rucker 69          Sport Women 19+                                                                                         4. Jess Agraz; PRONT010:20:22.094                1. Mark Weston; DL WESTON CONSTRUCTION            09:33:59.838                                         5. Joseph Schoonover; SPIN CYCLE RACING
                                                                                   Cat 1-2-3 Men
6. Alex LeBlant 59             1. Joy Sather 0:05:14.63                                                                                5. Michael Coombs; TEAM CSC UTAH 1031:03.744     10:20:25.869                                      3. Craig Kidd; ICE/ROCKY MOUNTAIN SURGERY            09:56:45.726
                                                                                   I.Jeremy Smith 08:05:33.667
7. Jake Troy 39                SO FINAL                                                                                                6. Tyler Williams; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION       2. Jared Weston; DL WESTON CONSTRUCTION           CENTER 09:34:00.179                                  6. Richie Harris; MURRAY UT USA 10*0:01216
                                                                                   2. Mark Sheffer 08:09:32.797
8. Max Dolar 27                Pro Men                                                                                                 H0MB 10:34:01.740                                1020:26.066                                       4. Trent Duncan; Ml DUOLE - BARBACOA                 7. Courtney Wood; SUNSET CYCLES 10:00:01.317
                                                                                   3. Spencer Debry 08:09:32.944
8.KieferSmith27                1. Dave Beeson; Fezzari 16:10.48                                                                        7. Seth Wallace; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION         3. Darrell Byerly; BYERLY 10:25:01.529            09:34:00361                                          8. David Shuley; BIKERS EDGE 10*0*2.746
                                                                                   4. Courtney Larsen 08:18:46.012
10. Panos Panayiotou 26        Expert Men 30-39                                                                                        HOMES 10:34:07.943                               4. J.d. Byerly; BYERLY 10:25:02.323               5. Brian fife; RED BURRO RACING 09:34:00.529         9. Ike Ayre; RED BURRO RACING 10*2:11226
                                                                                   5. Bryan Bitter 08:18:46.407
Sport Men 40-49                1. Ryan Simmons; Maxxis/Tumer/66116:22.77                                                               8. Richard Smith; BROS CYCLING 10:3635.128       5. Craig Carlson ;ALG 10:41:36.339                6. Joshua Udall; TEAM DIALOGUE 09:34:00.571          10. Eric Gardiner; LOGAN UT USA 10*825.948
                                                                                   6. Brian Randall 08:18:46.723
LTorey Jackson 180             Expert Men 4 0 4 9                                                                                      9. Anthony Stubbs; RED BURRO RACING              6. Clark Livsey; DL WESTON CONSTRUCTION           7. Jack Dainton; PARK CITY UT USA 09:34:01.727       LIC TANDEM
                                                                                   7. Perry Hall 08:21:16.767
2. Wayne Belles 150            1. Sam Moore; Canyon Bicycles 15:42.16                                                                  10:42:17.967                                     105231.017                                        8. Bruce Diehl; SUNAPEE S&W RACING                   I.TomS Jeanne Petzold; PETZOLD 09:49*1.196
                                                                                   8. John Mcdaniel 08:21:58.638
3. Clint Bullock 125           2. Mike Holder; Park's 15:53.00                                                                         10. Casey Robles; N0RDAS 10:42:23.096            7. Jake Macarthur; TEAM PANCAKE 10:59:40359       09:34:02.379                                         2. Welch, Dave Sheeran, Marty; JAMA
                                                                                   9. Uhl Albert 08:25:28.320
4. Eric Geaslin 117            3. Tim Morris 18:14.43                                                                                  CIT MEN CAT 5-AGES 2 5 + 1 7 0 0                 8. Phil Schneider; TEAM PANCAKE 1059:40.690       9. Mark Larsen; SUNSET CYCLES 0934:02.902            10:1122.185
                                                                                   10. Matt Anderson 08:25:29.783
5. Kent Woodfield 112          Pro Women                                                                                               1. Nate Pack; BRUTE FORCE 09:15:18.790           9. Michael Pantone; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION       LIC MASTERS 4S+                                      3. Gardner & Josh Brown; BIKERS EDGE
                                                                                   Women 1-2-3
6. Randy Earle 79              I.Addie Stewart 19:35.42                                                                                2. Britt Hawke; Ml DUOLE 10:01:01.439            HOMES 11:05:57.403                                1. John Weyhrich; FIVE VALLEY VELO 09:46:07.870      10:36:21.603
                                                                                   1. Heather Albert 08:51:37.712
7. Brett Scarbrough 49         2. Kimber Gabryszak; Velo Bella 21:36.78                                                                3. Garrett Burbidge; Ml DUOLE 10:01:05.232       10. Isaac Pantone; BIKERS EDGE/DESTINATION        2. Glen Adams; PORCUPINE CYCLING 09:46:07.872        4. John & Alison Lauck; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA
                                                                                   2. Inge Travis 09:00:39.116
8. Doug Cheney 39              Expert women                                                                                            4. Lance Undberg; Ml DUOLE 10:01:06.526          HOMES 11:0652.852                                 3. Mark Zimbelman; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA                   10:48:08219
                                                                                   3. Kristi Mdlmoil 10:01:53.679
9. Michael Woodruff 26         1. Ana Rodriguez; Park's 19:05.85                                                                       5. Erik Olson; Ml DUOLE 10:01:07.141             CIT MEN CAT 5 - OPEN CLASS 2000                   09:46:08.010                                         5. Andrews, Amy Wasmund, Stephen; CUTTHROAT
                                                                                   Cat 4 Men
10. Brad Seggar 25             Sport Men 19-29                                                                                         6. Cory Hawke; Ml DUOLE 10:01:07.499             1. Benjamin Jacobsen; MADSEN CYCLES               4. Gary Gardiner; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA                    RACING 10:48:11374
                                                                                   I.Justin Wilson 08:24:40.368
Sport Wo men 19+               1. Josh Wolfe 14:26.76                                                                                  7. Damian Dennison; SLC UT USA 10:01:09.639      10:17:59.964                                      09:46*8.620                                          6. Adam & Mindy Suttlemyre; GC CONNECTION
                                                                                   2. Jason Smith 08:24:40.866
UoySather120                   2. Paul Kilhefner; Bingham's 17:13.43                                                                   8. Douglas Cook; JACKSON HOLE MOUNTAIN           2. Shane Watt; APPLE CYCLING TEAM                 5. Breck Bennion; RED BURRO RACING                   12:55:11.014
                                                                                   3. Alex Obbard 08:24:43.069
2. Liana Gregory 56            Sport Men 30-39                                                                                         RESORT 10:21:21.608                              10:5636.079                                       09:46:09.171                                         LIC WOMEN CAT 1-2-3
                                                                                   4. Matt Bradley 08:24:48.179
3. Michelle Good 23            1. Jay Sherman 15:51.42                                                                                 9. Brandon Andrus; Ml DUOLE 10:26:05.683         3. James Arnold; APPLE CYCLING TEAM               6. Cris Williams; AMERICAN RADD 09:46:09.314         1. Jenn Halladay; BOBS BICYCLES CYCLING CLUB
                                                                                   5. David Cole 08:27:54.797
Super-D Points                 Sport Men 40-49                                                                                         9. Todd Uriona; Ml DUOLE 10:26:05.683            11:17:15.546                                      7. Mark Schaefer; PAULTRACY.COM 09:46:09.614         10:0321319
                                                                                   6. Rich Brand 08:30:13.000
Pro Men                        I.Doug Cheney 20:16.61                                                                                  CIT MEN CATS -AGES 2 5 + 1 8 0 0                 4. Josh Lockhart; TEAM RYG011:17:22.432           8. Ken Jones; Ml DUOLE-BARBACOA                      2. Alison Frye; SKI UTAH CYCLING 10:1257.604
                                                                                   7. Lance Anderson 08:34:59.759
1. David Beeson                2. Jose Balcazar 20:40.80                                                                               1. Jaren Gibson; LOGAN RACE CLUB 10:08:12.824    5. Matthew Syme ;TEAM RYGO 11:17:22.508           09:46:10.027                                         3. Chantel Thackeray Olsen; PCIM (PARK CITY
                                                                                   8. Rich Dressen 08:41:47391
2. Nick Van Dine               Beginner Men 19-39                                                                                      2. Jeff Ferrin; SMITHFIELD UT USA 10:26:27.440   6. John Harris; APPLE CYCLING TEAM                9. Zan Treasure; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA 09:46:10.300        IRON MAN) 10:3423.158
                                                                                   9. Jared Kirby 08:44:19.938
3. Peter Schaffer              I.MavCalderon 18:20.00                                                                                  3. Steven dinger; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA CYCLING        11:28:06.182                                      10. Lasse Bjerga; CEADR CITY UT USA                  4. Jamie Leake; INTERMOUNTAIN FINANCIAL/JR
                                                                                   10. Karsten Shumway 08:51:22.863
4. Von Williams                2. Nathaniel Dorsey; Urban Downfall 20:21.88                                                            CLUB 10:26:36.359                                7. Vernon Plott; IDAFLORUTES1128:46.120           09:46:10.688                                         SMITH COACHING 1056:13.165
                                                                                   Women Cat 4 & 35+
5. Chris Sherwin               3. James Henry 23:40.44                                                                                 4. Daniel Harris; DANIEL HARRIS 10:28:44.607     8. Darren Smith; IDAFLORUTES 11:28:46.279         LIC MASTERS 55+                                      5. Sonia Maxfield; SPECIALIZED/PORCUPINE
                                                                                   I.Ellen Guthrie 0933:54.712
6. Logan Binggeli              Beginner Men 13-18                                                                                      5. Justin Smith; BIKERS EDGE 10:32:06322         9. Nels Larsen; IDAFLORUTES 11:28:46.646          1. Patrick English; PORCUPINE CYCLING                11:38:09.735
                                                                                   2. Mary Wilcox 10:27:44.920
7. Andrew Pierce               1. Steven Paur; Dirt Monkey Racing 21:28.16                                                             6. Justin Mitchell; ROCKS CYCLING AND FITNESS    10. David Emerson; IDAFLORUTES 1128:46.715        10:08:48.300                                         6. Kimberiy Beisner; RMCC-CYCLESMITH
                                                                                   3. Elaina Undberg 10:41:11.706
8. Matt Johnston               Beginner 12 under                                                                                       10:46:27.903                                     CIT RELAY TEAM - 2 PERSON                         2. Gary Simmons; BOUNTIFUL MAZDA                     12:4020.664
                                                                                   4. Heather Fisher 10:46:44.358
9. Ben Craner                  1. Sawyer Forrest; Park's Sportsman 0:05:24.82                                                          6. Justin Mitchell; ROCKS CYCLING AND FITNESS    1. Inge Travis, Jason Travis; TEAM BACON          10:08:49.426                                         LIC WOMEN CAT 4
                                                                                   5. Paige Bell 10:59:58.244
10. Greg Gibson                2. Tanner Nelson; Bingham's Cyclery 0:05:58.61                                                          10:46:27.903                                     09:28:48.173                                      3. Bruce Beattie 10:08:49.665                        1. Tiffany Mainor; RED BURRO RACING
                                                                                   6.TammyMusgrove 11:25:50.927
Pro Women                      3. Mackay Hare 0:05:59.54                                                                               7. Gary Jenkins; LOGAN RACE CLUB 10:50:55.719    2. Jon Schofield, Leslie Schofietd; MR. & MRS.    4. Anthony Quinn; Ml DUOLE 10*8:50.454               10:3421203
                                                                                   7. Penny fife 11:25:50.970
I.Addie Stewart                Beginner Men 13-18                                                                                      8. Ben Wallace; BIKERS EDGE 10:59:16398          SCHOFIELD (BIKERS EDGE) 09:38:07.382                                                                   2. Kandice Lund; UNATTACHED 10:3422247
                                                                                   8. Dora Crowne 11:26:12.916                                                                                                                            5. Daniel Moser; Ml DUOLE 10:0853555
2. Linden Kimmerer             1. Dallin Corbridge 0:04:33.30                                                                          9. Michael Garff; HIGH ROLLERS 11:19:32.724      3. Steve Briley, Tim Briley; P.C. PUCKERS         6. Jerry Bergosh; BCC RACING 10:1455.573             3. Keri Gibson; LOGAN RACE CLUB 10:3423236
                                                                                   Cats Men
3. Connie Misket               2. Jared Smith 0:04:52.33                                                                               10. Joseph Dalessandra; SUGAR HOUSE CYCLING      09:4556.760                                       7. Bradley Rich; SALT LAKE CITY CYCLING              4. Heather Fisher; RED BURRO RACING
                                                                                   I.Douglas Wren 08:22:12.711
4. Kimber Gabryszak            3. Max Herran 0:04:52.10                                                                                CLUB 11:19:40.995                                4. Scott Major, Brett Wehrli; WASATCH ENT         1030:01.694                                          103426.172
                                                                                   2. DwaineAllgier 0835:21.166
Expert Men 19-29               Beginner Men 19-39                                                                                      CIT MEN CAT 5-AGES 3 5 + 1 1 0 0                 09:58:17.701                                      8. Norman Mecham; LOGAN RACE CLUB /                  5. Cori Richards; RED BURRO RACING 10:46:00.419
                                                                                   3. Scott Kiser 08:40:53.989
I.Tyson Henrie                 I.MavCalderon 0:04:39.47                                                                                1. Chris Brown; BROWN CHIROPRACTIC               5. Mason Jacobs, Trevin Wallin; TEAM MT           SHUNDAHA110:38:45290                                 6. Lauren Barros; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA
                                                                                   4. Ben Lewis 08:41:46.042
Expert Men 13-18               2. Jesse Goulding 0:04:59.59                                                                            09:50:32.780                                     0959:07.225                                                                                            105037.223
                                                                                   5. Mark Esplin 08:42:47.844                                                                                                                            9. Tom Dunham; KAYSVILLE UT USA 10:51:02.069
I.Jordan Culp                  3. Garth Hare 0:05:01.21                                                                                2. Frank Stephens; BROWN CHIROPRACTIC            6. Rick Labelle, Wade Williams; BBC RACING                                                             7. Heather Gilbert; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA
                                                                                   6. Adam Taylor 08:45:56.806                                                                                                                            10. Bruce Runnels; VELO-ONE (ACA CLUB #105)
2. Naish Ulmer                 Expert Men 13-18                                                                                        095037.060                                       10:08:17.470                                      10:51*5.682                                          11:17:13.874
                                                                                   7. Ryan Lamone 08:58:02.922
Expert Men 30-39               1. Micah Hintze; Urban Downfall 0:04:20.91                                                              3. Paul Bracken; CORAL DESERT 0957:14.531        7. Michael Gregg, Matt Snyder; WASATCH ROAD       LIC MEN CAT 1-2 3                                    8. Dona Crowne; SALT LAKE CITY UT USA
                                                                                   8. Michael Scheuller 09:02:21.471
I.Ryan Simmons                 2. Nic Hadley; 0:04:28.87                                                                   4. Steve Newton; DIALOGUE MARKETING              RUNNERS I110:12:06.071                                                                                 1121:14.857
                                                                                   9. Mike Nielsen 09:02:21.512                                                                                                                           1. Cameron Hoffman; AMERICAN RADD
2. Joshua Wright               3. David Sneed; ODI/Monster 0:04:25.99                                                                  10:16:40.795                                     8. Kaylene Stonestreet, Rocky Stonestreet ;       PRESENTED BY AGEL 0923:38.585                        9. Penny Fife; RED BURRO RACING 1127:43.745
                                                                                   10. Jerry Bergosh 09:0533.058
3. Tony Sams                   Expert Men 19-29                                                                                        5. Don Williams; WILLPOWER 10:17:16.758          KAYROC 10:19:06.648                                                                                    10. Paige Bell .TEAM CADUCEUS 113152.480
                                                                                   Men Cat 5:18-24                                                                                                                                        2. Nate Page; CONTENDER BICYCLES 092338.830
Expert Men 40-49               1. Adam McMurray; Park's Sportsman 0:04:22.15                                                           6. Alejandro Vargas; TEAM DIALOGUE               9. David fields, Shawn Stinson; CLIF BAR
                                                                                   1.Taylor Foss 09:53:19.193                                                                                                                             3. David Francis; RED BURRO RACING
I.Mike Holder                  2. Robbie Bamgartner; Old Mill Realty 0:04:20.77                                                        10:29:13.859                                     SNOWBIRD 1020:48.596                              0923:38.835
2. Tim Morris                  3. Chris Hadley; 0*121.40
                                                                                   2. Steven Clark 10:06:44.394
                                                                                   Men Cat 5 : 2 5 +                                   7. Jason Rich; TEAM WRECKEDEM 10:33:57.052       10. John Adalr, Shawn King; RED BURRO RACING      4. Jeremy Smith; SKI UTAH CYCLING 092338.837               Continued on
3. Craig Skinner               Expert Men 30-39
4. Sam Moore                   I.David Clark 0*1:40.05
                                                                                   I.JdByerly 09:05:26.686                             8. John Lecain; TEAM WRECKEDEM 10:33:58.190
                                                                                                                                       9. Todd Baker; PORCUPINE GRILL 10:36:59.695
                                                                                                                                                                                        RELAY 210:20:49.859
                                                                                                                                                                                        CIT RELAY TEAM-3 TO 5 PERSON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4. Jeremy Smith; SKI UTAH CYCLING 0923:38.837
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          5. Brian Schilling; FITZGERALDS BICYCLES
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ADVOCACY                                                                                                                                                                                          3. Laura Patten; Ski Utah Cycling Team
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  7. Chantel Thackeray; K I M 173
                                                                                                                                         Results - from                                                                                           8.KelseyKooreman;KIM99
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Utah Criterium Series 2008 Final Overall        9. Jenni 6aertner 96
                                                                                                                                           page 23
University of Utah Moves Towards Bicycle Friendliness                                                                                                                                             Point Totals
                                                                                                                                                                                                  A Flite
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. David Harward; Porcupine/Specialized
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Jen Ward; Intermountain Finandal/JR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Smith Coaching 84
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Women 4/5
By Jennifer Barth                          in which a striping company is going       cyclists. Professor Glen Feighery, an        The Climber's Trophy, UCA Series, a n                          Racing 358                                      1. Jamie Carter; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
                                                                                                                                   individual t i m e t r i a l u p t h e south side                                                              Premier 429
                                           to paint new designated paths for          avid cyclist, said the U is pretty bike-     of Big M o u n t a i n f r o m M M 3 t o M M 9.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Andre Gonzalez; Canyon Bicycles Draper 261
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Breanne Nalder; Ski Utah Cycling/Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Aaron Olsen; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.
     Outrageous gas prices and an          cyclists around campus. The newly          friendly. He said that unlike the stu-       September 1 3 , 2 0 0 8                                        Com 261
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 307
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. DIANE EVANS; Bountiful Mazda 179
increase in the number of bicycle          painted lines will make it easier for      dents he has the luxury of storing his       Junior M e n
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Norman Bryner; Canyon Bicyde SLC 209
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Jillian Gardner; PCIM 172
                                                                                                                                   1. Keegan Swenson; Young Riders 00:33:11
commuters have accelerated the             cyclists to travel on campus and will      bike in his office, so he is concerned       2. Jeremy Turner 00:4047
                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Nathan Amim; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Com 188
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Alison Frye; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah

 University of Utah's bicycle initia-      make bicycle-pedestrian collisions         with the availability and placement of       Category 1-2 M e n                                             6. Stan Price; Canyon Bicycles Draper 185
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 152
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Melanie Helm; Intermountain finandal/JR
                                                                                                                                   1. Norm Bryner; Canyon Bicycles 00:30:25
tives.                                     less likely to occur. Two paths will       racks for the students.                      2. Pete Kuennemann 00:30:26
                                                                                                                                                                                                  7. Rodney Smith; Contender Bicycles 156
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Smith Coaching 134
                                                                                                                                                                                                  8. Anthony Johnson; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.
     The University of Utah is one of      be striped on Campus sidewalks.                "That's one improvement I'd like         3. Jesse Gordon; Contender 00:31:14                            Com 131
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  7. Alisha Welsh 123
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8. Shanna Matheson; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
the top bicycle commuting destina-         One will run from HPER to central          to see sometime: protected racks             Category 3 Men                                                 9. Evan Hepner; Contender Bicycles 121
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 116
                                                                                                                                   1. Todd Neumarker; Porcupine 00:31:25
tions in the state, but the main roads     campus. The second will run north-         so all-weather riders don't have             2. Brandon Cross; Guthrie 00:31:55
                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Robert Lofgren; Porcupine/Specialized
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Racing 116
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Dina Mishev 115
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Dayna DEUTER 112
funneling into the University can be       south on the Engineering Mall.             wet seats and rusty chains," said            3. Ken Webster; Spin Cycle 00:33:01                            11. Billy Allen; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.         Masters 3 5 +
                                                                                                                                   Category 1 2 3 Men OVERALL
a treacherous nightmare to cyclists.           "The striping company gave             Fieghery.                                    1. Norm Bryner; Canyon Bicycles 00:30:25
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Com 100                                         1. Scott Allen; Canyon Bicycles Draper 583
                                                                                                                                                                                                  12. Michael Sohm; Porcupine/Specialized         2. Andre Gonzales; Canyon Bicydes Draper 527
Until recently the University had not      me an estimate of $3,000, which is             Fieghery is an expert on commut-         2. Pete Kuennemann 00:30:26                                    Racing 99                                       3. Mike Hanseen; Canyon Bicydes of Salt
made many new developments in              not a lot compared to other funding        ing by bike. He gave up his car years
                                                                                                                                   3. Jesse Gordon; Contender 00:31:14                            13. Kris Henthorn; Biker's Edge 92              Lake 282
                                                                                                                                   Category 4 Men
changing the state of bicycle friendli-   requests on campus," said Phillips.         ago and relies on bicycles as his main       1. Tyler Kirk; American RAAD 00:32:36
                                                                                                                                                                                                  14. Jesse Gordon; Contender Bicydes 85
                                                                                                                                                                                                  15. Eric Flynn; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.Com 84
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Bruce Bilodeau; Canyon Bicycles Draper 230
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. John McKone; X-Men/Team Northwave 191
ness in or around the school. Now              Phillips has been diligent in his      source of transportation. Fieghery           2. John Burton; Joyride Bikes 00:33:23                         16. Rich Vroom; Mi Duole 84                     6. UNKNOWN RIDER 170

there appears to be a collaborative       effort to get the U up to speed with        believes the U. is serious about sup-
                                                                                                                                   3. Shane Powell; Powell Ophthalmology
                                                                                                                                                                                                  17. Alex Rock; Contender Bicydes 83             7. Glen Adams; PorcupineApecialized

                                                                                                                                                                                                  18. Jon Gallagher; Cole Sport 76                Racing 140
urgency among administration staff         other Universities bike friendly           porting cycling.                             Category 5 Men                                                 19. Brian Boudreau; Team Dare 68                8. Jon GALLAGHER; Cole Sport Radng 112

and students to make the U among          designs. He is responsible for an               "On a broad level, it fits with the
                                                                                                                                   1. Lance Lindberg; Mi Doule/Barbacoa                           20. Cameron Hoffman; American RADD 67           9. Jeremy Smith; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
                                                                                                                                   00:33:14                                                                                                       Premier 105
the nation's best schools for bicycle     expanded double walkway that cur-           university's drive to be more envi-          2. Cristiano Pereira; Animal Liberation
                                                                                                                                                                                                  B Flite
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Christopher BEST 100
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Sam Moore; Canyon Bicydes Draper 306
commuters.                                rently runs through the campus,
                                                                                      ronmentally friendly. On a smaller
                                                                                                                                   00:35:03                                                       2. Jess Dear; Cydesmith/RMCC 240
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Masters 4 5 +
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1.Mark Schaefer 821
     Much of the effort to improve        which allowed cyclists more space                                                        3. Brian Smith; Spin Cycle 00:39:40                            3. Gary Swain; Canyon Bicycles Draper 215
                                                                                      level, riders can register their bikes,      Category 4-5 M e n OVERALL                                     4. Elliott Smith; Spin Cyde Radng 186
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Jeff Clawson; Canyon Bicycles Draper 607
bicycle friendliness on campus            for East to West travel.                                                                                                                                                                                3. Donald Armstrong 563
                                                                                      and campus police recently arrested          1. Tyler Kirk; American RAAD 00:32:36                          5. Louis Rid; Canyon Bicydes Draper 154
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. John McKone; X-Men/Team Northwave 477
is reflected in the update to the              "Right now we are testing new                                                       2. Lance Lindberg; Mi Doule/Barbacoa                           6. Rob Brasher; Spin Cycle Radng 134
                                                                                      a person suspected of stealing bicy-         00:33:14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Mark Zimbelman; Bountiful Mazda 459
University of Utah's Campus Master         ideas to see how they will function                                                                                                                    7. Jason Houchin; Cydesmith/RMCC 125
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Gary Swain; Canyon Bicydes Draper 451
                                                                                      cles," said Feighery.                        3. John Burton; Joyride Bikes 00:33:23                         8. Mike Pratt; Canyon Bicydes Draper 124
Plan. Revision of the Plan started in     and if they are successful. The next                                                     Women 1-2-3                                                    9. Tayler Hansen; Cydesmith/RMCC 115
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  7. Gary Porter; Bountiful Mazda 385

                                           step is connecting bike paths to the           The U has also provided funding                                                                                                                         8. Jerald Hunsaker; Bountiful Mazda 308
early 2007 with the collaboration of                                                                                               1. Jen Ward; JR Smith Coaching 00:35:01                        10. Andrew Love 107
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Jamie Longe; Canyon Bicydes Draper 271

                                          campus on major roadways," said             for the University Bicycle Collective        2. Alisha Welsh; Kuhl/Scott 00:35:39                           11. Kris Arnott; Ski Utah 101
University Facilities Management,                                                                                                  3. Laura Howat; Ski Utah Cycling 0038:35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Dirk Cowley; FFKR Architects/

independent firm Skidmore, Owings         Phillips.                                   (UBC). The UBC is a student                  Women 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                  12. Thomas Milligan; Canyon Bicydes
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Draper 99
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 253
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Masters 5 5 +

& Merril LLP and members of                    Developing an interactive website      directed program that addresses              1. Stephanie Skoreyko 00:38:02                                 13. Dave Sharp; Cydesmith/RMCC 95               1. James King; FFKR Architects/

the community. The updated plan           that provides students access to the        sustainability in transportation at          2. Kandice Lund 00:42:02
                                                                                                                                   3. Jo Garuccio; Canyon Bicycles 00:42:33
                                                                                                                                                                                                  14. Curtis Doman; Team Inertia 93               SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 325
                                                                                                                                                                                                  15. Jon Milner; Canyon Bicycles Draper 88       2. Gary Simmons; Bountiful Mazda 309

was presented and approved by the         best bike routes on campus and also         the U and encourages bicycling as            Masters 3 5 +                                                  16. Casey Ruff 86                               3. Ken Louder; FFKR Architects/

University's board of Trustees on         points out any dangerous areas is           the best alternative transportation.         1. Scott Allen; Canyon Bicycles 00:32:27                       17. Colby Tanner; Spin Cycle Racing 74          SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 213
                                                                                                                                   2. Piotr Strzelec; Canyon Bicycles 00:33:02                    18. Nick Ekdahl; Cydesmith/RMCC 70              4. Shannon Storrud; Porcupine Cyding 161
June 9, 2008.                             another plan Phillips is working on.        The U recently gave the UBC then-            3. Jon Gallagher; Cole Sport 00:33:33                          19. Charles Palmer; Vanguard Media 70           5. RickMontegomery94

     The Plan includes a network of       He would like to replace outdated           own building on campus where they            Masters 4 5 +                                                  20. Zack Butterfteld; Canyon Bicydes            6. Bill Cutting; Ski Utah Cycling/Utah
                                                                                                                                   1. Ed Chauner; Mi Ooule/Barbacoa 00:32:03                                                                      Premier 84
new bicycle lanes and paths with a        ribbon racks for bike storage with          can set up their shop to help fellow         2. Mark ZimNeman 00:32:11
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Draper 69
                                                                                                                                                                                                  C Flite

goal of connecting to existing city       new U shaped racks.                         students with bike maintenance and           3. Tony Chesrow; White Pine Touring 00:33:04                   1. Cody Rasmussen; Porcupine 164                8. William WEBSTER 62

bike routes and lanes. The Plan also           "I thought the U shaped racks          repair.                                      Masters 5 5 +                                                  2. Michael Profski; Canyon Bicydes Draper 148   9. Bradley Rich; Canyon Bicydes of Salt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lake 61
                                                                                                                                   1. James King; FFKR/SBO 00:37:04                               3. Clark Stokes; Canyon Bicydes Draper 139
speaks to the need for bicycle sta-       would look great on our campus,"                Jon Wilkey, president of (UBC)           2. EadXaiz 00:38:28                                            4. Richard Siabinski; Porcupine 139
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Terry Patterson 55
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Womens Masters
tions at several locations on campus      said Phillips.                              said, "There have been big positive          3. Gary Simmons; Bountiful Mazda 00:40:40                      5. Greg Deyle; Porcupine 138
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Margaret Douglass; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
                                                                                                                                   Masters OVERALL                                                6. Norman Frye; Ski Utah 133
with lockers and showers, service              Phillips said the office of sustain-   changes this year."                          1. Ed Chauner; Mi Doule/Barbacoa 00:32:03                      7. Patrick Bowcat; Canyon Bicydes Draper 128
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 283

for minor repairs, and a place to pur-    ability has played a major role in              Wilkey said the UBC is growing           2. Mark ZimWeman 0032:11                                       8. Phil Pattison; Team Inertia 109
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Ellen Guthrie; Spin Cydes Radng 229
                                                                                                                                   3. Scon Allen; Canyon Bicycles 0032:27
chase bike necessities. UTA Trax has      moving the U toward an environ-             and the administration has been very                                                                        9. Justin Healy 100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Michelle King 76
                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Stephen Fullmer 92
also been incorporated in the Plan,       mentally conscious bike friendly            attentive in addressing the needs of         Harvest M o o n Historic 2 5 t h Street                        11. TJ Eisenhart; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Erika LLOYD 33
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Nancy Alcabes; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
adding new lockers for bicycles at        campus. According to Phillips, Craig        cyclists. One obstacle Wilkey said the       Criterium, UCA Series, d o w n t o w n Ogden
                                                                                                                                   in t h e Municipal Park b e t w e e n 2 5 t h &
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Com 92
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 25
                                                                                                                                                                                                  12. John Kimball; Contender Bicydes 77
campus stations. UTA has been mov-        Forrester, Director of the office of        U has encountered in improving cam-          2 6 t h Streets, Ogden, U t a h , September                    13. Ryan LeMone; Team Dialogue 70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8. SHERI DUNLEAVY 18
ing forward with installing lockers,      sustainability has been very spirited       pus access is the fact that many of          27,2008                                                        14.Tea!Buchi70                                  9. Lisa Milkavich; Intermountain Finandal/JR
                                                                                                                                   M e t r o - 2 - M o u n t a i n C r i t e r i u m Category 3   15. Nate Timms; Spin Cyde Radng 68
although it is not clear when this will   in championing accommodations               the roads are owned by the city and          1.Ryan Westenskow; Ogden One 40:58.9                           16. Brett Wilking; Porcupine 68
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Smith Coaching 17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Kelly Dailey; Bountiful Mazda 14
happen.                                   for cyclists. His latest effort was         can't be altered without approval.           2. Samuel Moore; Porcupine Cycling 40:59.1                     17. Jared Ebom; Porcupine 65                    Cats
                                                                                                                                   3. Clint Carter; Ski Utah Cycling Team 40:59.5
     The Plan recognizes that access      presenting the new bike plan to the             Despite some limitations and             M o u n t a i n 2-metro C r i t e r i u m Master 3 5 +
                                                                                                                                                                                                  18. David Coates; Canyon Bicydes Draper 56      1. Reed Wycoff; Contender Bicycles 52
                                                                                                                                                                                                  19. Tyler Smith; FFKR/SportsBaseOnline.         2. Daniel STITES 51
to campus and within campus is less       Associated Students of the University       bureaucratic barriers the U appears to       1. Andre Gonzalez; Canyon Bicycles Draper                      Com 55                                          3. Kevin Wilde; Porcupine/Specialized

than ideal. The goal is to make com-      of Utah (ASUU). The ASUU is a               be making definite progress toward a         3833:00                                                        20. Rick Rnlayson 5S                            Racing 46
                                                                                                                                   2. Jon Gallagher; Unattached 3836:00                                                                           4. Alex Obbard; Spin Cycles Racing 43
muting to and within campus safer         very influential organization on cam-       bicycle friendly campus. Considering         3. Clyde Done; FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah                       Utah Cycling Association Final Points           5. dave benson 42
and easier, and to work towards mak-      pus that will be essential in raising       the fact that one of the largest sus-        38:42:00                                                       Standings                                       6. JEFFREY JOHNSON 39
                                                                                                                                   M o u n t a i n 2 - m e t r o C r i t e r i u m Masters                                                        7. ALLAN JOHNSON 36
ing the U bicycle friendly. While         awareness for the new bike initia-          tainability problems facing the U is         55+
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pro 1/2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8. Mark PASTERNAK 34
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Bryson Perry; American RAD.D. 672
many ideas are proposed in the Plan,      tives.                                      transportation, it is in their best inter-   1. James King; FFKR/SBO P/B Tour Of Utah                       2. Sam Krieg; Sienna Development - Goble        9. Mark Nielson 30

there is no clear timeline for imple-         Jake Green who works in facili-         est to make this a priority.                 11*1.2                                                         Knee Clinic 613                                 10. Tyler SMITH 28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Junior 1 5 - 1 6
                                                                                                                                   M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Men Cat 5            3. Ryan Barrett; Sienna Development - Goble
mentation. Progress is being made,        ties management at the U said,                  Weston Edwards, director of the          1. Rob Squire 39:00:00                                         Knee Clinic 524
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lkeaton crook 90

however, as the Office of Campus              "The current University adminis-        UBC is pleased with the U's efforts          2. Mike Pantone 39:05:00                                       4. Cameron Hoffman; American R.A.D.D. 523
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Tanner Putt; Canyon Bicycles of Salt Lake 39
Design and Construction is working        tration is very bicycle friendly. There     to help cyclists. Edwards said the
                                                                                                                                   3. John Thomas; Porcupine Cycling 39:07:00
                                                                                                                                   Metro 2 - m o u n t a i n Criterium Pro 1/2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Todd Hageman; Binghams/Northshore 435
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Clayton Oleary 36
                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Patrick Fasse; Ski Utah Cycling/Utah
to implement elements of the Plan.        is a lot of excitement to meet the          expansion and interest in the UBC            1. Mike Booth; Park City Jeep - Goble Knee                     Premier 429
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Keith Powell 33
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Mitch TAYLOR 31
    John McNary, director of campus       demands of cyclists." Green is also a       is evidence of the positive changes
                                                                                                                                   CI 58:56:00                                                    7. David Harward; Porcupine/Specialized
                                                                                                                                   2. Cameron Hoffman; American RADD                              Radng 419
design and construction said. "We         cyclist, so he is aware of how com-         the U has made. The administration           58:56:00                                                       8. Ben D'Hulst; Sienna Development - Goble
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8. Taylor Ward 23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Alison VREM 22
are working closely with the cycling      muting by bike oh campus can be             and the office of sustainability have        3. Anthony Johnson; FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of                       Knee Clinic 389
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. TJ Eisenhart; FFKR Architects/
community to examine the big issues       frustrating.                                been directly involved with increas-
                                                                                                                                   Utah 58:56:00
                                                                                                                                   M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Masters 45
                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Gardie Jackson; American R.A.D.D. 360        SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 22
                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Nate Thomas; Sienna Development - Goble
and make sure things are done well            "At first the new administration        ing student participation in the UBC         1. Mike Cooper; Velocity Cyclist/ Canyon                       Knee Clinic 284
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Junior 1 7 - 1 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Bruce Hoffman; Ogden One 132
and done right." McNary said the          did not realize it was such a process       program. The U has come to the con-
                                                                                                                                   Bicyc 10:49.5                                                  Cat 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Eijai OXFORD 115
                                                                                                                                   2. Gary Swain; Canyon Bicycles Draper 10:50.6                  1. Jared Inouye; Bikers Edge/Destination
administration is also looking at add-    to make things happen," said Green.         clusion that with more than 30,000           3. Bob Walker; Bountiful Mazda 10:54.3                         Homes 449
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. CHASE PINKHAM; Ski Utah Cycling/Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 77
ing new bike lanes coming into the            Green said there is a renewed           students, faculty and staff traveling        M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Men Cat 4            2. Gary Swain; Canyon Bicycles Draper 384
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Cody Heibing 70
                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Spencer Debry; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
campus from the Fort Douglas cor-         energy on campus for improving all                                                       1. Andrew Love; THIS SPACE FOR RENT!                                                                           5.JeddCox57
                                                                                      to the campus everyday the need for          39:03:00                                                       Premier 376
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Conor Oleary 45
ridor and 1300 East. McNary said he       areas of commuter services. He said                                                                                                                     4. Curtis Doman; Inertia 359
                                                                                      improved conditions for cyclists is a        2. Cody Rasmussen; Unattached 39:04:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Aaron RENNERT; Spin Cycles Radng 316
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  7. JULIAN TAYLOR 38

encourages students to come to him        commuter service has been working                                                        3. Shane Dunleavy; Ski Utah Cycling Team                                                                       8. Christian Lapp 32
                                                                                      dire necessity.                              39:06:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Elliott Smith; Inertia 270
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Andrew Hale 22
with any ideas they might have to         closely with facilities management to                                                                                                                   7. William Dear; RMCC/Who's Your Daddy

                                          promote alternative forms of trans-             "If we can cut down on pollution         M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o C r i t e r i u m Women
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Energy Drink 265
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Bobby Cannon; Canyon Bicydes of Salt
make the U safer for cyclists.                                                                                                     1-2-3                                                                                                          Lake 22

                                          portation.                                  and save the earth it's a really good                                                                       8. Conner Oleary; FFKR Architects/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Junior W o m e n 1 0 - 1 2
     One of the key players in the U's                                                                                             1. Chantel Thackeray; K I M 45:43:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 263

                                              "I think more people would ride         thing," said Edwards.                        2. Kirsten Kotval; PCIM 46:17:00                                                                               l.Jenna Gardner 74
bicycle friendliness transformation                                                                                                3. Laura Patten; Ski Utah Cycling Team
                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. CHASE PINKHAM; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah

is campus design architect, Archie        their bike to school if the need was            To get involved with the                 46:17:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 262
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Steven Slaughter 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Todd Taft; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah

Phillips. Phillips is working with the    emphasized," said Green.                    University Bicycle Collective go to          M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Juniors
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 262
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Junior 1 3 - 1 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Ryan Westermann 123
                                                                                                                                   1. Bruce Hoffman; American RADD 32:45.6
Campus Plan to implement changes              Another idea Green and others                                2. Chase Pinkham; Ski Utah Cycling Team
                                                                                                                                                                                                  CAT 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Travis Monroe 84
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Colby Tanner; Spin Cycles Radng 727

to roads and paths around campus to       have been focusing on is a possible             For more information or inquiries        32:45.7                                                        2. Darin Wilson; Spin Cydes Radng 673
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. TJ Eisenhart; FFKR Architects/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 56

accommodate the U's growing popu-         bike rental system. Green said facili-      about the Campus Master Plan con-            3. Tyler Wall; Ski Utah Cycling Team 32:47.7                   3. Bradley Matt 572
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Chris Harder 45
                                                                                                                                   M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Masters              4. Karsten Shumway; Spin Cydes Racing 512

lation of bicycle commuters.              ties management has also paid close         tact the Office of Facilities planning       45+/55+                                                        5. Shane Dunleavy; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Marco TESTA 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Paden Hoover 7

    Phillips, a cyclist himself, knows    attention to improving bicycle racks        at 585-6751, or e-mail John McNary           1. Mike Cooper; Velocity Cydist/ Canyon                        Premier 497
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Junior 10 - 1 2
                                                                                                                                   Bicyc 10:49.5                                                  6. Sam TODD; Porcupine Cycling 488

first hand the difficulties cyclists      on campus. "We are taking inventory         at                  2. Gary Swain; Canyon Bicydes Draper 10:50.6                   7. Joshua Hickman; Wright/PC Rides 397
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Gianni Kennard 106
encounter trying to make their way        on how many racks we have, where                The Plan is online at campusmas-         3. Bob Walker; Bountiful Mazda 10:54.3                         8. Dustin Thiel; Porcupine Cycling 386
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Michael Hocking 42
                                                                                                                                   M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Men                  9. TJ Eisenhart; FFKR Architects/
around campus. "I have been piggy-        we could put more and how we can   Sections 5, 6, and         Cat 4 , 5                                                      SportsBaseOnline.Com p/b Xango 381
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Harrison SLIGTING 30
backing on other universities, in         improve security," said Green.              7 have most of the information on            I.Rob Squire; 39:00:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Rob Brasher; Spin Cydes Radng 375
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Dallen BR0A0BENT 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Women 1/2/3
California and Oregon to implement            Bicycle friendliness is not just        bicycling improvements. For infor-           2. Andrew Love; THIS SPACE FOR RENT!
                                                                                                                                                                                                  1. Kirsten Kotval; PCIM 409
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  7. Steven Slaughter 28
                                                                                                                                   39:03:00                                                                                                       8. Chase ROPER 19
some of their ideas on our campus,"       a major concern with the student            mation on the University Bicycle             3.Cody Rasmussen; 39:04:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Laura Howat; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Matteo Jorgenson 19
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 325
said Phillips.                            body. Many professors and university        Committee, contact Jake Green at             M o u n t a i n - 2 - m e t r o Criterium Women
                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. Tiffany Pezzulo; K I M 271
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Bradley CATMULL17
                                                                                                                                   1-2-3-4                                                                                                        JuniorWomen17-18
    The most recent project Phillips      staff have expressed concerns and  or visit             1. Chantel Thackeray; PCIM 45:43:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4. Laura Patten; Ski Utah Cyding/Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I.Alison VREM 22
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Premier 256
instigated is a Bicycle Path Pilot Plan   ideas for improving conditions for                                 2. Kirsten Kotval; PCIM 46:17:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. Kris Walker Bountiful Mazda 201
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. Juel Iverson 22
          FALUWINTER 2008-2009                                                    cycling                                                                                                  25

                                                                                                                                                                       New Jersey. In the finals, Minnaar
 BMX                                                                               D O W N H I L L RACING                                                              outran the veteran Carter in both
 AST Dew Tour Sweeps into Salt                                                     48 Straight Tackles the Canyons                                                    runs to earn the tide. Hanak topped
                                                                                                                                                                      Warren in the consolation heat to
                                                                                                                                                                      earn the final podium spot.
 Lake City                                                                                                                                                                 "This year I have had great suc-
                                                                                                                                                                      cess in dual slalom competitions,
                                                                                                                                                                      having already won two of them,"
                                                                                                                                                                       said Minnaar. "I really wanted to
                                                                                                                                                                       win this one, and I pushed hard.
                                                                                                                                                                      When you add up the three World
                                                                                                                                                                      Cup wins and the overall World
                                                                                                                                                                      Cup Championship, plus three dual
                                                                                                                                                                      slalom wins, this has been a solid
                                                                                                                                                                      year for sure."
                                                                                                                                                                           Buhl's day was no less spec-
                                                                                                                                                                      tacular, featuring wins over Open
                                                                                                                                                                      Qualifiers Lisa Myklak and Tammy
                                                                                                                                                                      Donahugh, botii of Boulder, Colo.,
                                                                                                                                                                      to earn a spot in the finals. There
                                                                                                                                                                      she would face off against Jeep
                                                                                                                                                                      mountain bike racing veteran and
                                                                                                                                                                      tiiree-time World Cup winner Fionn
                                                                                                                                                                      Griffiths of Great Britain. Griffiths
                                                                                                                                                                      reached the championship heat fol-
Above: Winner Mike Aitken ( flying in the BMX Dirt Finals.                                                                                                lowing a defeat of Open Qualifier
Aitken was severely hurt recently filming a video in Pennsylvania. To                                                                                                 Allie Burch of Patterson, N.Y. and
help, visit Photo: Bo Bridges                                                                                                                            a shocking upset of U.S. National
                                                                                                                                                                      Champion Kathy Pruitt, winner
                                                                                                                                                                      of the first leg of the series. In the
                                                                                                                                                                      finals. Buhl was just too powerful,
                                                                                  Greg Minaar (left) took the win over Eric Carter. Photo: Dave litis                 winning both races against Griffiths
                                                                                                                                                                      to win her long-awaited first Jeep
                                                                                                                                                                      title. Pruitt earned third place with a
                                                                                   By Al Sommers                                Minnaar, with two World               win over Donahugh in the consola-
                                                                                                                           Cup Championships and a World              tion heat.
                                                                                       To call the 2008 mountain bike      Championship under his belt by age             "I came into Utah feeling really
                                                                                   seasons of newly anointed World         26, began the day with a win over          confident, focusing on my own
                                                                                   Cup Champion Greg Minnaar               Open Qualifier Cameron McCaul              race and making all of the jumps I
                                                                                   and reigning World Champion             of Santa Cruz, Calif. Waiting in the       needed to make," said Buhl. "The
                                                                                   and U.S. National Champion              second round was Great Britain's           weather definitely impacted every-
                                                                                   Melissa Buhl successful would be        Steve Peat, himself a three-time           one's plan, and I had to race just a
                                                                                   a tremendous understatement. On         World Cup Champion, thus dem-              bit more conservative at times than
                                                                                   September 20, 2008 the pair added       onstrating the level of competition        I normally would. But I'm Uirilled
                                                                                   yet another exclamation point to        battling for the title. Minnaar swept      to get out of here witii the win, and
                                                                                   their racing dominance by captur-       past his good friend and rival to          I couldn't be happier with how the
                                                                                   ing titles at the second leg of the     reach the semi-finals against Winter       season went. I'm very excited about
                                                                                   Jeep 48STRAIGHT Mountain Bike           Park, Colo.'s Petr Hanak, where he         the final race in San Luis Obispo,
                                                                                   Series held at The Canyons in Park      won in straight races to reach the         where I like the dirt and racecourse
                                                                                   City, Utah.                             finals. In the championship heat,          and have a chance to win the sea-
                                                                                       Despite facing one of the deep-     Minnaar faced off against World            son championship."
                                                                                   est fields in Jeep mountain bike        Champion and three-time World                  Utah riders Chris Van Dine and
                                                                                   history and intermittent rain show-     Cup titlist Eric Carter of Temecula,       Justin Binggeli finished 5th and
                                                                                   ers that impacted the surface of the    Calif., who had earned wins against        12th respectively.
                                                                                   racecourse, South Africa's Minnaar      Open Qualifiers Christopher
                                                                                   and Chandler, Ariz.'s, Buhl swept       Herndon of Etowah, N.C. and
                                                                                                                                                                         For more information, visit
                                                                                   the competition without losing a        Amiel Cavalier of Auburn, Calif.,
                                                                                   heat, a feat all but unheard of since   as well as U.S. National Champion
                                                                                   the event's inception.                  Cody Warren, who had captured the
                                                                                                                           title at the first race of the season in

                                                                                  National Racing Circuit, proved he       50/50 grinds straight, you will be           For more information on the
                                                                                  could hang with the best as he won       captivated by the sheer thrill that        Dew Tour, visit
                                                                                  over Olympic medalists Mike Day          these events exude.
                                                                                  and Donny Robinson.
                                                                                      The Free Flow Tour Park finals
                                                                                  brought a Wild Card entry to Glen
                                                                                  Slayers of Indiana. Slayers, who has
                                                                                  been riding for 8 years said, "It felt
Above: 12 year old Nikolai Rogatkin. Bet you can't do this! And yes, he           awesome!" Slayers will have his                                                            1996       to     2008
landed it. Photo: Dave litis.                                                     work cut out when he moves into                                                                  4644 S
                                                                                  the next level of competition with
                                                                                  the pros in Orlando.                                                                           Holladay Blvd
By Jennifer Barth                       capturing attention world wide. The
                                        athletes are young and fearless and            Despite its amateur designation,
     The AST Dew Tour made its way      ready to show their stuff as they fly     the Free Flow Tour is full of some
                                                                                  seriously talented competitors. In
to Salt Lake City on September 11,
2008, drawing huge crowds hungry
to get their kicks watching super-
                                        up half pipes, jumps and vertical
                                        walls. With each event pressure on
                                        the athletes mounts as they battle for
                                                                                  fact, 12-year-old Nikolai Rogatkin
                                                                                  shredded his way through his run
                                                                                                                                    Spin into
shredder daredevils perform amaz-
ing flips and tail whipping tricks.
     Salt Lake City was the fourth
                                        the renowned Dew Cup and a shot
                                        of action sport fame.
                                             Mike Aitken from Salt Lake City
                                                                                  with the same amazing tricks only
                                                                                  the pros crank out. The crowd was
                                                                                  shocked that such a cute little kid
                                                                                                                               The Future of Cycling
stop for the Dew Tour and more than     wowed his hometown by winning             could perform like a pro. Rogatkin
250 athletes from all over the world    first place with a score of 92.08 in      who lives in Massachusetts said he
competed in the four day event. The
 our consists of two national tours,
one international event and the Free
                                        BMX Dirt. Aitken made soaring
                                        over dirt jumps and leaving other
                                        riders in his dust look easy. Ryan
                                                                                  started riding when he was 5-years-
                                                                                  old. "My next door neighbors had a
                                                                                  ramp," said Rogatkin.
 Flow Tour amateur series. There are    Nyquist, the previous BMX Dirt                Even if you are not a huge fan          October 2 0 0 8
 ive major multi-sport events, BMX      points leader, slipped to fourth place,   of the edgy action sporting events,       4233 S Highland Drive
(Park and Vert), Skateboarding (Park    allowing Cameron Wright to make           attending the Dew Tour is a great            Holladay, Utah
and Vert), and freestyle motocross.     headway for the next and final com-       way to see some adrenaline pumping
Athletes in the pro series are com-     petition in Florida.                      tricks and eye-popping stunt maneu-
 jeting for a $2.5 million purse, and        In the BMX special Supercross        vers. The tour can also increase
a $1 million bonus pool. Free Flow      race, Nic Long put on a fierce            your action sport terminology, for          801.277.2626
Tour participants are competing for
 i wild card entry to turn pro.
                                        show. Long powered through the
                                        gnarly turns, jumps and horrendous
                                                                                  example alley-oop barspin, super-
                                                                                  man seatgrab, x-up, and fastplant
                                                                                                                              888.277.spin            srm
     Since its debut in 2005 The AST    crashes to finish on top. Long, who       flair. Don't worry if you can't keep
                                                                                  all of the barspins, tailwhips and
 Dew Tour has soared in popularity      still races as an amateur in the U.S.
          26                                                                     cycling                                                           FALL/WINTER 2008-2009

Diary of a Northeastern Bike Tour                                                road that would take me south.
                                                                                     This road meandered through
                                                                                 small town after small town, and
                                                                                 I found myself repeatedly mutter-
                                                                                 ing "Oh my God" under my breath
                                                                                 as I took in the Vermont charm. It
                                                                                 is really, shockingly, just as I had
                                                                                 imagined. I tried to remember that
                                                                                 the people inside these historic
                                                                                 Victorians, decorated now with
                                                                                 home-made scarecrows, bundles of
                                                                                 wheat, bunches of corn, and pump-
                                                                                                                            Above: New York Corn Fields.
                                                                                 kins waiting to be carved, were actu-
                                                                                                                            Below: Ticonderoga, New York,
                                                                                 ally just people living their lives.
                                                                                 Even though their towns are called
                                                                                 "villages" and were established in
                                                                                 the 1700's, these residents have cell
                                                                                 phones and run late in their station
                                                                                 wagons and order takeout for din-
                                                                                 ner just like anyone else. Even so,
                                                                                 I enjoyed cruising, mouth-agape
                                                                                 through their leaf-covered streets
                                                                                 and feeling a warmth as if I were
                                                                                 inside by one of the fire hearths.
By Lacey G a e c h t e r                my only map of Vermont just this             At the town of Vergennes and
                                        morning and still have no route, just    at sunset, I had to decide if I would
                                        places I want to see (Burlington,        head straight over the now narrow
September 24th, 2007
                                        Middlebury, and Saratoga Springs,        channel of Lake Champlain and
    I am in my sixtieth hour on this
                                        New York) and somewhere I need to        ride into New York's Adirondacks,
Greyhound bus, finally arriving
                                        be in five days.                         or if I would stay in Vermont to see
in Burlington, Vermont. My dis-
                                            In almost no time, my downhill       Middlebury. I was very interested
membered bike waits for me in the
                                        dumped me at the ocean, or so it         in the fabled beauty of this college
storage compartment under my feet.
                                        felt. A cool breeze lapped upon the      town, but it was well out of my way.
Tomorrow we are going to embark
                                        shore of Lake Champlain and buoys        In Vergennes, I got my first flavor
on a trip together from Burlington
                                        and boats lined the view past my         of an abandoned industrial town.
to upstate New York so I can begin
                                        right shoulder as I glanced back         The setting sun reflected off of steel
my internship there with Farm
                                        from the bike path onto which my         works and rows of windows set in                                                            house with white trim used as a
Sanctuary in Watkins Glen.                                                                                                  and not blue as the clear summer
                                        momentum had carried me. I vacil-        buildings with hallow interiors, too                                                        store, old proprietors selling their
    Even against the immeasur-                                                                                              sky, either.
                                        lated between the urge to stop into      big for people, just right for machin-                                                      wares. There was dried maple candy
able sucking of Greyhound, my                                                                                               Instandy I imagined a life with the
                                        a bike shop—inspired by the real-        ery.                                                                                        (the only ingredient was maple
spirits did lift as we crossed from                                                                                         man who hung the clothes.
the Midwest's dry, Uiough irri-         ity that I had no idea how to get            I stopped to get water at a con-       He'd have a beard the color of my                syrup) in the shape of maple leaves.
gated landscape to that of die East     Middlebury from the bike path—and        venience store on top of the hill          hair,                                            This stand also sold apple juice and
Starting in Massachusetts, every-       my oft' embraced philosophy that         that overlooked the Vermont/ New           a seasoned back-to-the-land type.                pick-your-own raspberries. That was
thing looked brighter, even though      it is just more fun not to ask direc-    York border. I asked the attendant         We'd hole-up for winters and hve                 a new concept for me, but turned out
the sun's light was fading.             tions. My decision was swayed            at the store what kind of lodging I        off our fall harvest.                            to be quite common along my route.
                                        when I saw a bike rental shop right      might find in the next couple miles        Then the house was gone.                         They also sold "Red Neck Wind
                                        along the bike path that bore the        of the Adirondacks. Her response           With each pedal stroke, my bike                  Chimes" which were beer cans on
September 25th, 2007
                                        "Bicycle Benefits" sticker in its win-   confirmed my suspicions. If I              told me:                                         strings that clanged against each
Burlington to Middlebury, VT
                                        dow. The shop attendant gave me          entered the mountains, I wouldn't          "my chain is dry,                                other. I think red neck is the eastern
    Off to an extremely late start
                                        a Burlington Bike Map and lucky          have lodging for days, which was           my chain is dry."                                jargon for hick.
mat reeked of disrespect for day-
                                        she did. The bike path itself ended      quite important to note since my           The next clothesline I passed hung                   I keep finding myself wondering
light hours, I sort of jumped on my
                                        abruptly at the entrance to a private    carrying capacity prevented me             women's panties.                                 whether these people know they are
bike this afternoon, wobbly with
                                        community, which I empirically           from bringing a tent on this trip - a      Down the field, dairy cows waited                living iconic lives to us Westerners
my load and generally unsure of
                                        determined was also a "No Outiet"        credit card tour all the way. Thus         in their tiny holding pens.                      and whether they do it on purpose.
where I was going, at the top of one
                                        community. So I exited the way I'd       continuing to Middlebury was my            Nothing but the realities of dirty               Would this syrup stand's owner
of Burlington's long, steep streets.
                                        entered and pulled out my map. I         only option, and doing so means I          laundry and dirty industries at this             paint in traditional red and white if
My cab driver last night mentioned
                                        used it to wind through back neigh-      will not be able to ride all the way                                                        his tourist customers didn't demand
that tfiere is a bike path along Lake                                                                                       farm.
                                        borhoods and even took my first          to Watkins Glen before the start of                                                         it? Or is that just the color of me
Champlain that leads out of town;                                                                                           Ride on.
                                        jaunt on dirt paths through eastern      my internship. I will have to hop                                                           locals - the way it's always been and
certainly the lake is downhill. I am
                                        woods until I reached the two-lane       back on the Greyhound, probably                Today I stopped in at a maple                the way it's gonna stay?
so unprepared for this trip! I bought
                                                                                 in Amsterdam. And so plans are             syrup stand/farm by the side of the                  Perhaps these stand attendants
                                                                                 made on this unplanned trip, from                                                           manage to appreciate the "simple
                                                                                                                            road on my way to the Ticonderoga
                                                                                 atop a hill overlooking my options         ferry. It was exactly as one would               life," even while they're living
                                                                                 in the final hour of daylight. Who         imagine it; old farm, old red barn               it. Lately, I've been thinking that
                                                                                 knew there were nothing but town-
                                                                                 less mountains between me and my
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                                                                                     I set to the task of pedaling
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                                                                                 the remaining thirteen miles to
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                                                                                 feels like it is supposed to be on the
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                                                                                   ride were older, perhaps built before
                                                                                   dryers were common machines or            IMBA signs on to support Save Our Canyons
                                                                                   inventions at all. Even so, a great       Wilderness Proposal
                                                                                   many homes had tiiese integrated
                                                                                   lines and still use them. It speaks           Just over a year ago the International Mountain Biking Association
                                                                                   both to the newness of the West and,      (IMBA) was approached by the folks at Save Our Canyons (SOC), an
                                                                                   I think, to the false sense of abun-
                                                                                                                             environmental group dedicated to protecting the wildness and beauty of
                                                                                   dance that pervades western life. In
                                                                                   any case, the West, with its 300 days     the Wasatch canyons, mountains and foothills, to review their proposal for
                                                                                   of sunshine a year could use a few        increasing and adding additional Wilderness areas in the Central Wasatch.
                                                                                   more clotheslines.                        Federal Wilderness Designation for this area would protect water quality
                                                                                       As for the street signs: yeah, they   needed for a growing population and ensure that the land and biota stay
                                                                                   just don't always have them.              protected in perpetuity.
                                                                                                                                 Currently, 37000 acres are protected in the Central Wasatch. These
                                                                                       Author's note (June 6, 2008): It      lands were designated wilderness in 1978 and 1984. They are home to
                                                                                   is extraordinarily interesting to note    sensitive species such as the golden eagle, three-toed woodpecker, north-
                                                                                   that, since I wrote the original text     ern goshawk, Bonneville cutthroat trout, and the Utah shooting-star - a
                                                                                   for this article, Colorado has passed     plant exclusive to the Wasatch. 28,118 additional acres would be protected
                                                                                   a law that nullifies any local codes      in the Mt Aire, Mt. Olympus, Bear Trap, Twin Peaks, and Lone Peak
                                                                                   and covenants that forbid "unsight-       Wilderness Areas.
                                                                                   ly" energy efficiency measures such
                                                                                                                                 The fear was that some of the trails that would be included in the
                                                                                   as photovoltaic panels or outdoor
Above: Night in Ticonderoga.                                                       clotheslines. In general, it seems the    proposal were heavily used by mountain bikers and by designating these
Below: The Hague.                                                                  time of false senses of abundance         lands as wilderness this would shut out this user group entirely. It was
                                                                                   is coming rapidly to an end, in the       SOCs desire to identify these trails with IMBA and work towards a pro-
                                                                                   short matter of months since my           posal that IMBA and the biking community at large could support.
                                                                                   ride.                                         The original language of the wilderness laws states that there shall be
                                                                                                                             no "mechanized" travel within a wilderness boundary. Interpretation of
                                                                                   September 28th, 2007                      this word at a later date placed cycling in this group. It is 1MB A's stance
                                                                                   Saratoga Springs to Amsterdam             that cycling should be removed from this group and a re-interpretation
                                                                                       In a serious affront to its           should focus on "motorized" travel. But until then, IMBA has focused its
                                                                                   namesake, Amsterdam is the most           attention on working with environmental groups to exclude those trails
                                                                                   unfriendly bike town in which I've        within their proposals that have been traditionally used by cyclists.
                                                                                   ridden. It's almost as if its planners
                                                                                                                                 1MB A's review of the proposal with SOC identified 3 trails within
                                                                                   wanted to create a model for a car-
                                                                                   only transit system. The town has         their proposed wilderness boundaries in Big Cottonwood Canyon and
                                                                                   raised its roads onto cement pillars      Mill Creek Canyon that it thought would be devastating to the biking
                                                                                   so that even low-speed, two-lane          community and an unacceptable loss. The trails included most of the
                                                                                   roads have the feel of a freeway. A       Wasatch Crest Trail, the Mill D trail to Dog Lake and the trail connect-
                                                                                   lot of them are also bne-way so that      ing Desolation Lake to Mill D. IMBA expressed these concerns to SOC
                                                                                   following traffic rules would lead        and informed them that with these trails included in their proposal IMBA
                                                                                   to unacceptably circuitous routes         could and would not support it.
                                                                                   for cyclists. It is really impressively       After some deliberation and further discussions, SOC came back to
there's something much simpler,           are old and wooden, and benches          bad, and for the first time in a long     IMBA with new boundaries that excluded these trails entirely. As such
actually, about the kind of life in       wait along the side of the creek for     time, I rode my bike on the side-         IMBA has agreed to support this proposal and sees it as a great achieve-
which you decide you'd like to see        cyclists while oak trees drop gifts of   walk.
Vermont and you have the money to         fall leaves on the grass below them.                                               ment and a stellar example of the cycling community working with
                                                                                       Amsterdam is also home to a
take a bike trip. That strikes me as          Today, climbing the tallest hill                                               environmental groups to achieve the same goal; protecting our trails for
                                                                                   concentration of unusually nice
much less stressful than the constant     of my ride, the forest-lined road                                                  current and future generations.
                                                                                   people. The strangest thing is how
threat of losing the farm in a bad        became increasingly littered with        enthusiastic everyone is about my
year. I think I might start looking       the bodies of bright red and orange      bike trip. In other stops I've made,         -Ryan Miller
at my working life—in which free-         salamanders. They luminesced the         people mosdy seemed to think it
time is crammed with happy hours,         color of tiny flames strewn to me        was odd that I had decided to take        For information on the wilderness proposal including maps, visit: saveo-
dinner parties, Pilates classes, hikes,   side of the road, each the same size     this trip, but people in Amsterdam
movies, concerts, bike rides, and         and intensity of a lit match.            don't ask questions like what my          For information on IMBA, visit:
camping trips—as full of littie else                                               motivation is, how long my trip is,       You can contact Ryan Miller, the Utah State IMBA representative, at
but simple things.                        September 28th, 2007                     where I am going, etcetera. Pretty
                                          Lake George to Saratoga Springs          much without exception, everyone.
September 27th, 2007                          People in the East are serious       I meet here takes one look at me
Ticonderoga to Lake George                about their clotheslines and not so      and just says, "good for you." For
    There is a lot of beauty here of      serious about their street signs. The    a town diat has systematically cre-
which you don't take pictures. It's       only western clotheslines I can recall   ated obstacles to bike riding, it sure
a beauty that envelops you with           seeing are in poor neighborhoods         seems to have an unusual number of
a cozy feeling of home. It's not          that don't bother about codes and        cycling advocates.
the awe-inspiring majesty of the          covenants. Even then the lines are           As I wait for my final
Rockies. It's like too much fullness      done in a makeshift fashion: a rope      Greyhound bus, which will take me
instead of too much emptiness.            between two trees, perhaps. Here,        to Farm Sanctuary I find that, in
    Hague turns out to be a town the      solar drying is often designed into a    Amsterdam, even the people who                                   SALT LAKE COUNTY
charm of which is inversely pro-
portional to that of its name. It's a
tiny town on Lake George where all
the buildings are also tiny, and the
post office sells mosdy tiny boxes.
                                          house. One system I saw connected
                                          a second floor window to a pole
                                          planted just for the line. Pulleys
                                          allowed the clothes to move along
                                                                                   spend their days waiting by the bus
                                                                                   stop (without the goal of ever catch-
                                                                                   ing a bus) are incredibly respectful
                                                                                   and polite.
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                                          the line straight from the window to
It's true; they're about the size of
cassette tape cases. The buildings
                                          the pole. Most of the clothes-line-          By far the most surprising thing                      
                                          equipped houses I've seen on this        about this trip is how it was just as
                                                                                   I expected it would be. This con-
                                                                                   sistency comes in sharp contrast to            Salt Lake County Bicycle Map
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                                                                                   enchanted me from Burlington to                         Salt Lake County Libraries
                                                                                   Amsterdam (with the exception of               Salt Lake County Parks & Recreation Offices
                                                                                   Amsterdam itself). The bike riding
                                                                                   felt as I think it should, as if my                  Salt Lake County Mayor's Office
                                                                                   legs were carried on the wind or on
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Riding in Babylon                                                                                                                                                                roads at all costs, but the best way
                                                                                                                                                                                 to stay safe is to get out early in the
                                                                                                                                                                                 morning when everyone is eating
BY Doug Driessen                          able for any skinny tired adventure.                                                                                                   breakfast or at prayer call.
                                          One of my favorite memories was
                                                                                                                                                                                     Riding in the "Green Zone" has
    As America works towards its          watching a group of three Iraqis rid-
                                                                                                                                                                                 been one of my favorite places to
sixth year in Iraq it is no surprise      ing on a road outside my post, all of
                                                                                                                                                                                 ride, it's a small portion of Baghdad
that one can find all the trappings of    them on the older three speed cycles
                                                                                                                                                                                 once home to Baath Party members,
home here, including cycling! When        that are common here (imported
                                                                                                                                                                                 it was a gated community on a sick
I first got here in early 2004, the       from India), and in a pace line that
                                                                                                                                                                                 level, and in fact most Iraqis never
occupation phase was in full swing,       would draw the admiration of any-
                                                                                                                                                                                 saw the inside of this part of the city
and the droves of support people,         one who has ridden in a group or
                                                                                                                                                                                 until after the invasion. It is full of
private contractors, and Department       watched the team time trial at the
                                                                                                                                                                                 some interesting sites, mainly the
of State were filling up every cor-       tour. It was one of many surreal
                                                                                                                                                                                 crossed swords monument and the
ner of the country. With the arrival      moments I have experienced here
                                                                                                                                                                                 Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (all
of more folks came the comforts           over the past four years.
                                                                                                                                                                                 commemorating the fallen Iraqis
of home, soon internet and phone              Riding here is not impossible;                                                                                                     in the war with Iran). Traffic in
access became common, satellite           there are plenty of 'safe' places on                                                                                                   the mornings is light, and there are •
TV beaming in all the programming         military bases to get your spin on.                                                                                                    numerous back streets to navigate,
from home, and all the fried food         The military has a penchant for                                                                                                        so you can put together some good
you could eat.                            enforcing strict rules on posts for                                                                                                    loops.
    In addition to all the 'stuff' that   everyone, so it's not uncommon to
                                                                                                                                                                                     If you know a fellow cyclist that
I wished didn't make it over (well,       get stopped and asked to wear a hel-
                                                                                                                                                                                 is coming this way, or if you are a
save for internet access), bicycles       met and a reflective belt...nothing
                                                                                                                                                                                 cyclist headed this way, don't lose
have become a staple in Iraq too.         outrageous about that.
                                                                                                                                                                                 hope of riding. Pack your helmet,
Folks use the bikes mainly for trans-         The conditions vary, usually                                                                                                       some spare tubes (preferably slime
portation, riding from their home         spanning from pavement to dirt and                                                                                                     tubes!), tire liners, Allen wrenches,
(called billets) to their place of        everything in between. The military                                                                                                    a pump, and your pedals and shoes
work. The bikes vary, but are mostly      posts here are large, which means                                                                                                      if you have room. It is likely you
your standard mountain bike frame,        that if you are lucky to get assigned                                                                                                  can find a bike when you get here,
and very much the equivalent of the       to one of the larger ones (like Camp                                                                                                   as there are plenty of folks rotating
kind of bikes we find in department       Victory by the Baghdad Airport)                                                                                                        in and out that will gladly sell or
stores back home, cheap but better        you can put together hour plus loops                                                                                                   just donate their steed to you. If you
than nothing!                             without covering the same ground                                                                                                       have to buy a new one, figure about
    If there is one thing you cannot      twice!                                                                                                                                 200 dollars for that purchase.
                                                                                  The author at the Crossed swords monument in Bagh-
find easily, it is parts, often broken        There are risks of riding here,                                                                                                        Regardless of anyone's politics,
bikes are ditched and left to rot in      rocket and mortar attacks, car          dad. The monument commemorates the war with Iran and
                                                                                                                                                                                 the reality is that we are here, and
the 100 plus daytime temperatures.        bombs, sniper fire.. .it still is a     served as a parade ground for Saddam to view his troops.                                       since we are here...we might as well
Things like tubes, tires, pedals,         bit dangerous here. But, with the       The zoo is off the picture to your right, but the trails that                                  ride, right?
replacement cables and chains are         improved security here those kinds      used to be there are blocked off now.
rare finds out here. Most dedicated       of attacks are rare lately, and you
riders can benefit from internet          are more likely to encounter the
access and a super reliable mail          more common bicycle related risks
system to order from online retailers     as folks at! If you think
for the parts they need, and in some      your morning commute is crazy,
cases even order complete bikes!          wait until you have someone driv-
    The Iraqi locals also ride, more      ing by in a Striker at high speed
out of pure utility than for sport.       who may or may not see you and if
The Iraqi national cycling team is        they hit you, wouldn't know any-
coming back together, but they are        how. There are no three-foot rules
forced to train away from home, and       here, rider beware. Iraqi drivers are
frankly the roads here are not suit-      courteous, but not the most attentive

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