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Mach and Pitel fight off challengers at Mt. Hood Classic

With more than 10,000 feet of climbing on tap, the 92-mile Wy’East Road Race was supposed be the day for riders to shake up the overall GC of the 2009 Pacific Power Mt. Hood Cycling Classic. But little changed in the overall after stage 3 as OUCH-Maxxis rider Chris Baldwin, who started the day 15 seconds down on race leader Paul Mach, failed to detach the Bissell rider from his wheel after several blistering attacks in the final kilometers. Trek-Red Truck’s Rob Britton won the stage in 4:07:31, just one second ahead of Baldwin and Mach.

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2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 3: Baldwin wasn’t hesitant to attack, but he couldn’t shake Mach.

Photo: Pat Malach

With more than 10,000 feet of climbing on tap, the 92-mile Wy’East Road Race was supposed be the day for riders to shake up the overall GC of the 2009 Pacific Power Mt. Hood Cycling Classic.

But little changed in the overall after stage 3 as OUCH-Maxxis rider Chris Baldwin, who started the day 15 seconds down on race leader Paul Mach, failed to detach the Bissell rider from his wheel after several blistering attacks in the final kilometers. Trek-Red Truck’s Rob Britton won the stage in 4:07:31, just one second ahead of Baldwin and Mach.

In the women’s race, ValueAct Capital’s Leah Goldstein missed an opportunity to gain back the two seconds on race leader Edwige Pitel (Sorella Forte), finishing three seconds behind the French rider and slipping to 11 seconds back on GC after time bonuses. Portland pro mountain biker Sue Butler (MonaVie-Cannondale) won the stage in 5:03:49.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 3: Mt. Hood served as a constant reminder of the climbing ahead.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 3: Mt. Hood served as a constant reminder of the climbing ahead.

Photo: Pat Malach

Baldwin, Mach throw down on Mt. Hood’s slopes

The men’s race started off in typical fashion with a break of four forming early as the group descended from the Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort, where the race started, and began a series of climbs, rollers and descents that took riders through the arid desert region in the valleys below.

Rio Grande Racing’s Brad Bingham joined Hagens-Berman rider Adrian Hegyvary, Adam Switters (Giant California-Specialized) and Kevin Rowe (Bob’s Bicycles) in a break that stayed away for most of the race. Bingham exited early when he suffered a serious mechanical, the catastrophic failure of his drive train.

Mach’s Bissell teammates Omer Kem, Graham Howard and Burke Swindelhurst controlled the front of the race for most of the day, allowing the break to grow to nearly four minutes before slowly winding it back in.

Switter attacked his two remaining break companions and made a solo bid for the win, but just as with the Stage 1 Cooper Spur Circuit race, the day-long break was swallowed up in the final kilometers, which featured a steep pitch to the finish back at Mt. Hood Meadows.

That’s when OUCH-Maxxis notched things up, Sending Roman Kilun to the front to try and set up for Baldwin for the eventual attack on Mach.

But the Bissell rider matched Baldwin pedal stroke for pedal stroke, bringing Britton, Corey Collier (Rio Grande) and prologue winner Mike Olheiser (warp9bikes.com-tristar) along for the ride.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 3: Bissell's Burke Swindelhurst leads teammate Paul Mach and Roman Kilun (OUCH-Maxxis).

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 3: Bissell’s Burke Swindelhurst leads teammate Paul Mach and Roman Kilun (OUCH-Maxxis).

Photo: Pat Malach

Baldwin attempted several more unsuccessful attacks in the closing kilometers before Britton jumped the bird-dogging pair of leaders and held the gap to the line for the win.

Britton said he knew Mach and Baldwin would be marking each other, and so he marked them.

“Baldwin had his teammate Roman (Kilun) hit it, and then he countered,” Britton said. “There were just the three of us, or four going, and so I tried to stick it and play it smart and conservative for the end. I botched the time trial yesterday, but today my legs were there at the end.”

Mach now leads Baldwin by just 13 seconds heading into Sunday’s Stage 4 Downtown Hood River Criterium. Warp9’s Olheiser is in third at 2:08, Britton has slotted into fourth on GC, at 2:09 and Mach’s teammate Morgan Schmitt, who was involved in a nasty crash but still managed to finish eighth on the stage, is fifth on GC, at 2:28.

Mach said he had a pretty straight forward job in the stage.

“Two guys spent 80 miles on the front,” he said of teammates Kem and Howard who did the hard work on the front for the race leader. “Once it started going hard I just sat on Baldwin. I felt kind of bad, but that’s the game.”

Baldwin agreed with that assessment but also offered praise for his Bissell rival.

“I’m really impressed with (Mach),” Baldwin said. “He’s an up-and-coming superstar. But when there’s only one threat in the race, me, all he has to do is sit on one guy.”

Baldwin’s chances to unseat Mach also suffered a blow when Teammate John Chodroff, who finished third in Friday’s time trial and started the day sitting fifth overall, crashed out of the race in a post-feed-zone melee that took down a dozen or more riders.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 3: Mach held the leader's jersey and now just needs to survive Sunday's criterium.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 3: Mach held the leader’s jersey and now just needs to survive Sunday’s criterium.

Photo: Pat Malach

“I didn’t have anyone to keep the pace high so I could attack off a high pace,” Baldwin said. “It was basically me on the front with me attacking myself, which is never a good scenario. I still give Mach credit because I felt phenomenal. I’ve felt better every day as the race has gone on. I felt almost, like at the top of my game today, and I couldn’t get rid of him.”

But Baldwin also said he hasn’t given up, pinning his hopes on getting away in the criterium and bringing back the seconds needed to take the lead.

“It’s a five-day race,” he said. “And it’s not over. It’s been a great week. This race is phenomenal. This is true American west. You know, classic mountainous racing.”

Goldstein, ValueAct can’t wear down Pitel

In the women’s race, ValueAct Capital’s three-rider team failed to wear down the isolated Pitel over the 92 mile slugfest. But it wasn’t for lack of trying.

Pitel chased down ValueAct’s consistent attacking until Martina Patella, the team’s designated sprinter and criterium specialist, snapped the elastic and escaped for about 40 kilometers to the base of the day’s long, gradual climb to the finish. Patella, however started the day seven minutes down and didn’t pose much threat to Pitel’s overall lead, so the seasoned French rider was content to let the ValueAct speedster hang off the front.

That’s when Butler, who said she’s using the race as training for the B.C. Bike Race June 27, decided the group wasn’t riding fast enough for her taste and decided to give it a go on her own with about 12 miles to go. Butler’s gap grew to as much as two minutes before attacks in the group, mostly by Goldtsein trying to dislodge Pitel, began eating away at her lead.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 3: Sue Butler makes her run to the finish.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 3: Sue Butler makes her run to the finish.

Photo: Pat Malach

With the chasers closing quickly over the last steep, kilometer, Butler dug deep to hang on for the win by 29 seconds over Pitel, Gillian Moody (Total Restoration Cycling Team) and Alisha Welsh (PCIM). Goldstein crossed the line three seconds later with Teri Sheasby (Bend Bike’n’Hike) and Veloforma’s Melissa McWhirter.

“It was windy, and I was pulling anyways in the wind,” Butler said of her opportunistic move. “We were going so slow. So I was like, ‘I might as well go off the front.’ I can’t win the race, I might as well win a stage.”

Pitel now has an 11 second lead over Goldstein, who has just Sunday’s criterium to bring back the time and earn her fourth Mt. Hood Classic title. Goldstein said it was big mistake not to take the jersey from Pitel during the stage.

“I think we should have attacked more on the climbs,” Goldstein said. “We had too much juice left at the end there, you know. I think we finished standing upright too much, whereas, last year, or two years ago, I collapsed at the finish, which is what I should have done today.”

Despite the mistake, Goldstein said she’s not through fighting.

“I’m gonna do my best tomorrow in the crit’,” she said. “I mean Jeannie (Longo) got me last year with two seconds and she got the time bonus. So I’m gonna try. I’m not a crit’ rider, but I’ll try to be one tomorrow. I’ll pretend I’m Nina (Patella) tomorrow.”

But Patella said there will be no pretending necessary.

“Leah Doesn’t like crits,” Patella said. “But she’s a good crit rider.”

Pitel however, said she has very little experience with the uniquely American style of racing.

“It’s something very unusual for me,” she said. “Because in France we never have any criteriums. So I’m not very used to it. But I don’t mind the full-speed racing.”

Goldstein also isn’t counting on Pitel’s relative criterium inexperience.

“People said Jeannie (Longo) can’t ride a crit’, and then she got third,” Goldstein said. “They can ride. She’s beaten Jeannie. We Googled her, and she’s got quite the résumé. It’s going to be a tough day tomorrow. She’s strong. She’s very strong; racin’ a long time.”

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Results

Results, Stage 3, Men | TOP

  • 1. Rob Britton (USA) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes, 92 miles in 4:07:31
  • 2. Chris Baldwin (USA) Ouch Pro Cycling Team Presented By Maxxis at 0:00:01
  • 3. Paul Mach (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:00:01
  • 4. Corey Collier (USA) Team Rio Grande at 0:00:18
  • 5. Dave Vukets (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:00:43
  • 6. Justin England (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:00:43
  • 7. Justin Laue (USA) Zteam at 0:00:43
  • 8. Morgan Schmitt (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:00:43
  • 9. Mike Olheiser (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:00:43
  • 10. Nathaniel English (USA) Zteam at 0:00:51
  • 11. Benjamin King (USA) Fly V Australia at 0:00:51
  • 12. Jamie Sparling (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:00:54
  • 13. Aaron Olson (USA) Oakley/sidi at 0:00:54
  • 14. Burke Swindlehurst (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:00:55
  • 15. Nic Hamilton (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:00:55
  • 16. John Hunt (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:00:55
  • 17. Erik Slack (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:01:17
  • 18. David Glick (USA) Rideclean P/b Patentit.com at 0:01:20
  • 19. Eddy Kwon (USA) Zteam at 0:01:35
  • 20. Vince Owens (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:01:38
  • 21. Owen Harrison (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:01:45
  • 22. Eric Anderson (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:01:45
  • 23. Barry Wicks (USA) Kona at 0:01:46
  • 24. Tim Sherstobitoff (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:01:46
  • 25. Kevin Rowe (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:01:48
  • 26. Bradley Gehrig (USA) Cole Sport Racing at 0:01:51
  • 27. Kenyon Campbell (CAN) Westwood Cycles / Cannondale at 0:01:51
  • 28. Andrew Boone (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:01:51
  • 29. James Mattis (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:01:56
  • 30. Trevor Connor (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:01:56
  • 31. Brandon Dyer (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:02:02
  • 32. Kurt Wolfgang (USA) Canyon Bicycles/ Sienna Development at 0:02:02
  • 33. Chris Hong (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:02:05
  • 34. Eric Fischer (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:02:15
  • 35. Dan Bryant (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:02:15
  • 36. Kennett Peterson (USA) Team Oregon at 0:02:15
  • 37. Rob English (USA) Midtown / Bike Friday at 0:02:15
  • 38. James Wingert (USA) Zteam at 0:02:15
  • 39. Shannon Morgan (USA) Clean Currents P/b Don Beyer Volvo at 0:02:17
  • 40. Andrew Rosette (USA) Second Ascent at 0:02:24
  • 41. Scott Gray (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:02:26
  • 42. Allen Krughoff (CAN) Team Rio Grande at 0:02:28
  • 43. Tanner Putt (USA) Cole Sport Racing at 0:02:39
  • 44. Dan Martin (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:02:41
  • 45. Jonathan Eropkin (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:02:41
  • 46. Chris Swan (USA) Team Oregon at 0:02:41
  • 47. Brandon Lynch (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:02:44
  • 48. Kai Applequist (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:02:46
  • 49. Joshua Liberles (USA) Ten Speed Drive Racing at 0:02:51
  • 50. Brendan Sullivan (USA) Iron Data Racing at 0:02:56
  • 51. Sean Passage (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:02:57
  • 52. Albert Gonzales (USA) Mt. View Cycles at 0:03:18
  • 53. Seth Patla (USA) River City Bicycles at 0:03:23
  • 54. Jake Macarthur (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:03:24
  • 55. Roman Kilun (USA) Ouch Pro Cycling Team Presented By Maxxis at 0:03:24
  • 56. Jeff Sherstobitoff (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:03:24
  • 57. Chris Parrish (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:03:43
  • 58. Lucas Binder (USA) Zteam at 0:03:54
  • 59. Kevin Noiles (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:04:00
  • 60. Dan Macdonald (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:04:11
  • 61. Gabe Varela (USA) Vertical Earth at 0:04:13
  • 62. Andrew Goessling (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:04:13
  • 63. Evan Pickett (USA) Metromint Cycling at 0:04:17
  • 64. Corey Carlson (CAN) Team Rio Grande at 0:04:23
  • 65. Logan Garey (USA) Team Rio Grande at 0:04:28
  • 66. Austin Arguello (USA) Hammer/cmg Racing Team at 0:04:30
  • 67. Chris Stuart (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:04:33
  • 68. Ryan Iddings (USA) Lenovo at 0:04:39
  • 69. Aaron Sander (USA) Cyclepath Racing at 0:05:27
  • 70. Christopher Wingfield (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:06:02
  • 71. Trevor Haaheim (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:06:04
  • 72. Tyler Riedesel (USA) Canyon Bicycles Draper at 0:06:08
  • 73. Michael Wilcox (USA) Logan Race Club at 0:06:18
  • 74. Ben Rhodes (USA) Second Ascent at 0:07:16
  • 75. Adam Switters (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:07:22
  • 76. Julian Martinez (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:07:22
  • 77. Adrian Hegyvary (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:07:22
  • 78. Jackson Beuhler (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:08:10
  • 79. Mark Santurbane (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:09:48
  • 80. Omer Kem (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:13:23
  • 81. Graham Howard (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:13:23
  • 82. Christiaan Devries (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:14:37
  • 83. Travis Sherman (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:17:19
  • 84. Jonathan Tower (USA) Performance Driven at 0:17:52
  • 85. Michael Lanham (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:24:06
  • 86. Luca Ortolani (USA) Zteam at 0:24:10
  • 87. Darrell O’Quinn (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:25:48
  • 88. Tad Hamilton (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:26:38
  • 89. Sean Mcbride (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:29:49
  • 90. Derek Dixon (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:29:49
  • 91. Matthew Scott (USA) Ico at 0:30:12
  • 92. Hugh Trenchard (CAN) Schwalbe Cycling Club at 0:30:12
  • 93. Tyler Brandt (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:31:01
  • 94. Will Mcginnis (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:31:07
  • 95. Erik Edgar (USA) Pacific Power Blue Sky at 0:34:09
  • 96. Wm. Colter Young (CAN) Ertc at 0:37:38

Men’s GC | Click for: TOP

  • 1. Paul Mach (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling, 8:44:41
  • 2. Chris Baldwin (USA) Ouch Pro Cycling Team Presented By Maxxis at 0:00:13
  • 3. Mike Olheiser (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:02:08
  • 4. Rob Britton (USA) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:02:09
  • 5. Morgan Schmitt (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:02:28
  • 6. Corey Collier (USA) Team Rio Grande at 0:02:33
  • 7. Nathaniel English (USA) Zteam at 0:02:38
  • 8. Justin England (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:02:58
  • 9. Burke Swindlehurst (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:03:22
  • 10. Jamie Sparling (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:03:32
  • 11. Benjamin King (USA) Fly V Australia at 0:03:42
  • 12. Nic Hamilton (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:04:32
  • 13. David Glick (USA) Rideclean P/b Patentit.com at 0:04:59
  • 14. Kevin Rowe (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:05:15
  • 15. Aaron Olson (USA) Oakley/sidi at 0:05:27
  • 16. James Mattis (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:05:33
  • 17. Eric Anderson (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:05:35
  • 18. Justin Laue (USA) Zteam at 0:05:45
  • 19. Roman Kilun (USA) Ouch Pro Cycling Team Presented By Maxxis at 0:05:58
  • 20. Erik Slack (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:06:01
  • 21. John Hunt (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:06:01
  • 22. Vince Owens (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:06:25
  • 23. Dave Vukets (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:06:29
  • 24. Andrew Boone (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:06:52
  • 25. Rob English (USA) Midtown / Bike Friday at 0:07:26
  • 26. Brandon Dyer (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:07:31
  • 27. Joshua Liberles (USA) Ten Speed Drive Racing at 0:07:48
  • 28. Kai Applequist (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:08:03
  • 29. Bradley Gehrig (USA) Cole Sport Racing at 0:08:26
  • 30. Dan Bryant (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:08:46
  • 31. Kurt Wolfgang (USA) Canyon Bicycles/ Sienna Development at 0:09:33
  • 32. Eddy Kwon (USA) Zteam at 0:10:01
  • 33. Evan Pickett (USA) Metromint Cycling at 0:10:03
  • 34. Trevor Connor (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:10:22
  • 35. Brendan Sullivan (USA) Iron Data Racing at 0:10:39
  • 36. Jonathan Eropkin (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:10:42
  • 37. Tanner Putt (USA) Cole Sport Racing at 0:10:43
  • 38. Dan Macdonald (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:10:52
  • 39. Barry Wicks (USA) Kona at 0:11:03
  • 40. Gabe Varela (USA) Vertical Earth at 0:11:07
  • 41. Eric Fischer (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:11:07
  • 42. Tim Sherstobitoff (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:11:10
  • 43. Adam Switters (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:11:14
  • 44. Brandon Lynch (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:11:26
  • 45. Kennett Peterson (USA) Team Oregon at 0:11:32
  • 46. Albert Gonzales (USA) Mt. View Cycles at 0:11:33
  • 47. Kenyon Campbell (CAN) Westwood Cycles / Cannondale at 0:11:36
  • 48. Mark Santurbane (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:11:50
  • 49. Jeff Sherstobitoff (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:11:53
  • 50. Adrian Hegyvary (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:11:55
  • 51. Chris Stuart (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:11:58
  • 52. Jake Macarthur (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:11:59
  • 53. Lucas Binder (USA) Zteam at 0:12:02
  • 54. Chris Parrish (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:12:18
  • 55. Chris Hong (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:12:31
  • 56. Dan Martin (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:12:34
  • 57. Scott Gray (USA) Therapeutic Associates Cycling/genr8 at 0:12:40
  • 58. Chris Swan (USA) Team Oregon at 0:13:10
  • 59. Owen Harrison (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:13:15
  • 60. Sean Passage (USA) Safeway/bicycles Plus at 0:13:26
  • 61. Aaron Sander (USA) Cyclepath Racing at 0:13:41
  • 62. Austin Arguello (USA) Hammer/cmg Racing Team at 0:14:50
  • 63. Corey Carlson (CAN) Team Rio Grande at 0:15:24
  • 64. Kevin Noiles (CAN) Trek Red Truck Racing Pb Mosaic Homes at 0:16:33
  • 65. Seth Patla (USA) River City Bicycles at 0:16:49
  • 66. Logan Garey (USA) Team Rio Grande at 0:17:16
  • 67. Trevor Haaheim (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:19:37
  • 68. Ben Rhodes (USA) Second Ascent at 0:20:06
  • 69. Michael Wilcox (USA) Logan Race Club at 0:20:15
  • 70. Graham Howard (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:20:58
  • 71. Jackson Beuhler (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:21:18
  • 72. Allen Krughoff (CAN) Team Rio Grande at 0:22:25
  • 73. Ryan Iddings (USA) Lenovo at 0:25:07
  • 74. Christiaan Devries (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:25:24
  • 75. Omer Kem (USA) Bissell Pro Cycling at 0:25:38
  • 76. Andrew Goessling (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:28:20
  • 77. Julian Martinez (USA) California Giant -Specialized at 0:29:19
  • 78. Christopher Wingfield (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:29:49
  • 79. James Wingert (USA) Zteam at 0:31:51
  • 80. Tyler Riedesel (USA) Canyon Bicycles Draper at 0:31:54
  • 81. Shannon Morgan (USA) Clean Currents P/b Don Beyer Volvo at 0:32:29
  • 82. Jonathan Tower (USA) Performance Driven at 0:33:58
  • 83. Andrew Rosette (USA) Second Ascent at 0:37:24
  • 84. Hugh Trenchard (CAN) Schwalbe Cycling Club at 0:41:52
  • 85. Luca Ortolani (USA) Zteam at 0:43:09
  • 86. Wm. Colter Young (CAN) Ertc at 0:46:42
  • 87. Derek Dixon (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:47:22
  • 88. Tad Hamilton (USA) Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:51:12
  • 89. Michael Lanham (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 0:53:38
  • 90. Tyler Brandt (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 0:55:39
  • 91. Darrell O’Quinn (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 1:00:42
  • 92. Travis Sherman (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 1:03:29
  • 93. Sean Mcbride (USA) Hdr P/b Lombardi Sports at 1:03:57
  • 94. Erik Edgar (USA) Pacific Power Blue Sky at 1:11:11
  • 95. Will Mcginnis (USA) Warp9bikes.com/tristar at 1:23:39
  • 96. Matthew Scott (USA) Ico at 1:29:16

Men’s team GC | TOP

  • 1. Bissell Pro Cycling, 26:00:57
  • 2. Trek Red Truck Racing pb Mosaic Homes at 0:03:44
  • 3. California Giant -Specialized at 0:04:30
  • 4. Bobs-Bicycles.com at 0:09:28
  • 5. ZteaM at 0:09:53
  • 6. Therapeutic Associates Cycling/GENR8 at 0:16:49
  • 7. Team Rio Grande at 0:17:24
  • 8. Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:19:30
  • 9. Safeway/Bicycles Plus at 0:21:14
  • 10. Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:26:07
  • 11. HDR p/b Lombardi Sports at 1:11:14
  • 12. warp9bikes.com/tristar at 1:37:41

Results – Stage 3, Women | Click for: TOP

  • 1. Sue Butler (USA) Monaviecannondale.com, 92 miles in 5:03:49
  • 2. Edwige Pitel (FRA) Sorella Forte at 0:00:29
  • 3. Gillian Moody (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:00:29
  • 4. Alisha Welsh (USA) Pcim at 0:00:29
  • 5. Teri Sheasby (USA) Bend Bike N Sport at 0:00:32
  • 6. Leah Goldstein (CAN) Valueact Capital Cycling Team at 0:00:32
  • 7. Melissa Mcwhirter (USA) Veloforma at 0:00:32
  • 8. Robin Farina (USA) Valueact Capital Cycling Team at 0:00:40
  • 9. Alice Pennington (USA) Veloforma at 0:01:00
  • 10. Marilyn Mcdonald (CAN) Specialized D4w/bicycle Haus at 0:01:16
  • 11. Patricia Bailey (USA) Wines Of Washington at 0:01:16
  • 12. Erin Ford (USA) Veloforma at 0:01:43
  • 13. Heather Pryor (USA) Touchstone Climbing at 0:01:57
  • 14. Shari White (USA) Castelli at 0:02:05
  • 15. Jessica Hannah (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:02:12
  • 16. Sarah Barber (USA) Kristin Armstrong Cycling Academy at 0:02:50
  • 17. Heather Albert (USA) Riverstone Women’s Racing Team at 0:03:29
  • 18. Kari Studley (USA) Velobella at 0:03:44
  • 19. Kimberly Fong (USA) Sugarcrm at 0:04:10
  • 20. Gabriela Ferrat (MEX) Mountain View Cycles at 0:04:32
  • 21. Amy Herlinveaux (CAN) Trek Red Truck at 0:05:04
  • 22. Julie Robertson Zivin (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:05:42
  • 23. Cara Bussell (USA) at 0:06:04
  • 24. Jennifer Slawta (USA) Landshark at 0:06:20
  • 25. Martina Patella (USA) Valueact Capital Cycling Team at 0:08:52
  • 26. Alison Testroete (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:10:19
  • 27. Gillian Carleton (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:26:07
  • 28. Karey Miles (USA) Therapeutic Associates at 0:26:07
  • 29. Pamela Archer (USA) Therapeutic Associates at 0:26:13
  • 30. Robyn Poulson (USA) Chinock Cycling at 0:36:48
  • 31. Cary Steinman (USA) Bend Bike N Sport at 0:38:37
  • 32. Libby Evans (USA) Sorella Forte at 0:49:43
  • 33. Sirkit Valentin (USA) Gentle Lovers at 0:51:09

Women’s GC | Click for: TOP

  • 1. Edwige Pitel (FRA) Sorella Forte, 10:01:29
  • 2. Leah Goldstein (CAN) Valueact Capital Cycling Team at 0:00:11
  • 3. Melissa Mcwhirter (USA) Veloforma at 0:02:15
  • 4. Robin Farina (USA) Valueact Capital Cycling Team at 0:02:44
  • 5. Patricia Bailey (USA) Wines Of Washington at 0:03:15
  • 6. Alice Pennington (USA) Veloforma at 0:04:21
  • 7. Marilyn Mcdonald (CAN) Specialized D4w/bicycle Haus at 0:04:46
  • 8. Sue Butler (USA) Monaviecannondale.com at 0:04:55
  • 9. Alisha Welsh (USA) Pcim at 0:05:15
  • 10. Gillian Moody (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:05:33
  • 11. Teri Sheasby (USA) Bend Bike N Sport at 0:05:53
  • 12. Heather Pryor (USA) Touchstone Climbing at 0:06:50
  • 13. Sarah Barber (USA) Kristin Armstrong Cycling Academy at 0:07:19
  • 14. Erin Ford (USA) Veloforma at 0:07:44
  • 15. Jessica Hannah (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:07:46
  • 16. Heather Albert (USA) Riverstone Women’s Racing Team at 0:09:15
  • 17. Kari Studley (USA) Velobella at 0:09:52
  • 18. Shari White (USA) Castelli at 0:11:22
  • 19. Gabriela Ferrat (MEX) Mountain View Cycles at 0:12:13
  • 20. Amy Herlinveaux (CAN) Trek Red Truck at 0:15:03
  • 21. Jennifer Slawta (USA) Landshark at 0:17:14
  • 22. Cara Bussell (USA) at 0:20:08
  • 23. Martina Patella (USA) Valueact Capital Cycling Team at 0:20:21
  • 24. Kimberly Fong (USA) Sugarcrm at 0:20:52
  • 25. Alison Testroete (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:22:26
  • 26. Julie Robertson Zivin (USA) Hagens Berman Cycling at 0:25:59
  • 27. Pamela Archer (USA) Therapeutic Associates at 0:44:39
  • 28. Karey Miles (USA) Therapeutic Associates at 0:49:40
  • 29. Gillian Carleton (CAN) Total Restoration Cycling Team at 0:51:41
  • 30. Robyn Poulson (USA) Chinock Cycling at 1:07:26
  • 31. Cary Steinman (USA) Bend Bike N Sport at 1:13:23
  • 32. Libby Evans (USA) Sorella Forte at 1:13:32
  • 33. Sirkit Valentin (USA) Gentle Lovers at 1:34:27