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Dodge, Van Gilder ride to HPCX wins in New Jersey

Both riders were in the lead group that formed shortly after the start of the race

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Cameron Dodge (Scott Racing) and Laura Van Gilder (Mellow Mushroom) won Sunday’s HPCX cyclocross race in Highland Park, N.J.

Dodge was part of a group that stayed in front for the entire men’s race, and when the pack shattered near the end of the final lap, he made his move and darted ahead. Dodge expertly made his way through the final section of the course, which featured a twisty downhill section, a sharp left, a punchy climb, and another downhill before turning to the finish.

Jerome Townsend (Bikereg-Joe’s Garage) managed to sneak in ahead of Anthony Clark (Jam Fund-NCC) for second. The two crossed the finish line at nearly the same instant but Townsend was able to throw his bike across first.

In the women’s race, Van Gilder out-sprinted Arley Kemmerer (C3 Twenty20 Cycling) for the title. The pair was in the lead group of five riders from the start, and the pack held a fast pace throughout the race.