Thursday, March 24, 2011


By John McKee

I thought I would show how everyone stands after the first 1/3 of the racing season in Socal points, CBR BAR points and USA Cycling National rankings for the criterium. There isn't enough of a sample in road and stage racing yet to get socal riders in the mix.
Mike Birditt

SoCal Cup Standings For 2011
Masters 55+
Place Name License # Team Name SoCal Points
1 Michael Birditt 47255 Swami's Cycling Club 101
2 Kalman Szkalak 54522 91
3 Gary Shuey 44197 Swami's Cycling Club 80
4 Alex Collins 46255 UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 61
5 Dale Luedtke 47262 Swami's Cycling Club 59
6 Kenny Fuller 46765 Cycles Veloce 56
7 Robert Willcox 69952 UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 46
8 Fred Hoblit 16360 Santa Clarita Velo 34
9 Steve Hensler 15874 Team Redlands 33
10 Kim Bleth 49191 Swami's Cycling Club 28
11 Ricky Shorts 52251 Velo Allegro 26
12 Witold Czulak 276778 Breakaway-UBS Elite Masters 23
13 Dirk Cowley 7974 23
14 Malcolm Hill 156650 Breakaway-UBS Elite Masters 22
15 Mike Gourley 13802 Santa Clarita Velo 21
16 Warren Wicks 202108 Swami's Cycling Club 20
17 Jim Parkhurst 162650 Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 19
18 Richard Barron 2734 Southern California Velo 18
19 Nour Tillo 35603 16
20 James Morehouse 283640 FFKR Architects/ 15

John McKee
SoCal Cup Standings For 2011
Masters 60+
Place Name License # Team Name SoCal Points
1 John McKee 180386 Paramount Racing 75
2 David Lang 107852 DARE 68
3 Bob Wright 39024 Santa Clarita Velo 64
4 Leo Pettus 219074 Paramount Racing 58
5 Harold Schneider 315702 Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 44
6 Leo Longo 189814 South Bay Wheelmen 40
7 Robert Paganini 45763 Pasadena Athletic Assoc (PAA) 28
8 James Morehouse 283640 FFKR Architects/ 27
9 Jean Villiot 59805 CA Pools/DeWalt 23
10 Bruce Steele 236498 South Bay Wheelmen 23
11 Richard Stahlberg 50911 Ironfly 21
12 Phillip Richards 238828 Citrus Valley Velo 20
13 Donald Kimper 195498 ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 15
14 Herb Johnson 55245 San Diego Cyclo Vets 14
15 Michael Fleming 129293 South Bay Wheelmen 14
16 Mike Marotta 72880 Action Sports/Simply Fit 14
17 Raphael Gomez 3793 Rage Cycling 13
18 mark wisnosky 243425 ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 11
19 Randy Drusen 287291 Judgement Velo/ TBOV 10
20 Joseph Wells 48252 Paramount Racing 9

Richard Stahlberg
California Bicycle Racing-2011 BAR (Best All-around Racer) Series, Masters 60+
Name,                   Team                       Total
1 Rich Stahlberg, Ironfly                           111
2 Bob Wright, Santa Clarita                     105
3 Philip Walters, Encino Velo                    95
4 Mario Seri, Herbalife/La Grange             92
5 William Carvin, Unattached                    82
6 Monty Pettus, Paramount                       81
7 Doug Knox, TIME/Coastal Tree Care     46
8 Cary Alpert, SBW                                   40
9 John McKee, Paramount                        40
10 H. Schneider, Paramount Racing         38

Dale Luedtke
California Bicycle Racing-2011 BAR (Best All-around Racer) Series, Masters 55+
Name,                               Team                Total
1 Dale Luedtke, Swami's                              124
2 Michael Birditt, Swami's                            117
3 Fred Hoblit, Santa Clarita                          107
4 Ricky Shorts, Velo Allegro                          99
5 Nour Tillo                                                    88
6 Pat Huber, Velo Avanti                               83
7 Don Denegal, Velo Allegro                         54
8 Rodney Malloy, Velo Allegro                      48
9 Craig Jones, Velo Avanti                            44
10 Wayne Rosenkranz, Pinnaclife               38

                                      USA CYCLING NATIONAL RANKINGS
Mens Master (55-59) Criterium Rankings (2011)
Rank    Points
 Michael Birditt  47255   
2 54   Kalman Szkalak  54522   
341   Alex Collins  46255   
440      Charles Jerabek  46930   
535     Dale Luedtke  47262   
 Michael Gourley  13802   
720     Steve Hensler  15874   
 Gary Shuey  44197   
917   Pete Loftis  244641   
1016      Dirk Cowley  7974   

                                        USA CYCLING NATIONAL RANKINGS
Mens Master (60-99) Criterium Rankings (2011)
Rank Points
 Leo Pettus  219074   
 David Lang  107852   
 John McKee  180386   
 Charles Griffiths  257813   
 Kenny Fuller  46765   
 Bob Wright  39024   
 Leo Longo  189814   
 Clifford Jackson  257185   
 Charles Hetrick  62551   
 David LeDuc  45583   
 Robert Paganini  45763   

Monday, March 21, 2011


By John McKee

It's March 20th and time for the 2nd of 6 criteriums in Ontario produced by Ray Moreno and Pacific Sunset Velo. This particular race is called the Spring Classic Grand Prix. March 20th is the first day of spring but the weekend in Southern California didn't seem to be so "spring" like. Lots of rain. Especially in the northern part of Socal. Ontario is pretty much right in the middle of Southern California and always draws riders from all over. The race series has planted roots and has a good following and in 55+ and 60+ circles as well. The first and previous race in Ontario had 50 racers in 55/60+ and that's with a 36 degree temperature. This race saw a fall off in attendance but rain was threatened and long trips in a car with the wind shields a going isn't a lot of fun. Of course racing in the rain takes most of the fun out of it unless maybe you are in Hawaii. Rain was forecast to hit Ontario around 7 to 8 am and the 55/60+ was to start at 7:35 am.
When we all got there it was dark of course because sunrise is 6:55 am after moving the clocks forward for daylight savings time the previous week. When it started getting light the clouds didn't look so ominous. It definitely looked like we would at least start our race without any rain or wet surfaces. YES!! I am tired of racing in the rain. It does make for a memorable experience but way too many negatives.
Hot 55+ rider- Mike Birditt
35 dedicated 55/60+ racers lined up at 7:35 including 2 women- Sanda Timbal and Hanh Nygyen. This was Hanh's first time in our group and I say welcome and I can tell you now that she did well but she needs to stay in the back of the pack on the last lap for awhile until she gets a feel for the last lap action. Sanda had just finished 3rd in the cat 4 women's race and is just back from visiting her homeland, Hungary.
We all started on time and on dry roads and the temperature was 20 degrees warmer than the first race on Feb. 27th, just 2 weeks before. The main 55+ teams were striped down. None had a full squad so would have to make do with who they brought. The pace early was brisk but nothing too fast. There were some early jumps and attacks especially from Santa Clarita Velo. A few small breaks formed with mini chase groups, etc. John "Clint Eastwood" Roest did a lot of work bringing back break groups or getting the peleton so close that we were effectively together. John is big and strong but needs to work on his flexibility and lose a "few" so he can ride leaner and lower.
The pace was frenetic with times at over 29 mph going between turn 1 and 2 which is slightly uphill. Other times the pace dipped to 20 or worse. The slow pace "trickled down"(sounds like the long time failed Republican economic policy-lol) the peleton with lots of braking. This lead to the first crash that took down- Monty Pettus, Richard Rodiguez, Pags, and the promoter himself, Ray Moreno. Monty and Pags got back to the officials area and got back in the race. This was half way through the 55/60+ race.
Hot 60+ rider- David Lang
Most of the early action were by the 55+ riders but I was closing some gaps and working it pretty good early. David Lang was marking me closely and when I went, David went. When David went, Monty went and that always triggered a mass chase. I think I was marked closer than the hottest racer in 55+. Without a doubt that is Mike Birditt. Mike is sprinting awesome, rolling it, chasing and moving across to breaks with ease. When Mike goes off that should bring alarm bells to every team and competitive 55+ racer.
Half the race is done and I believe that Rino Barbagiovanni of Santa Clarita Velo jumped off the front and Alex Collins of UC Cyclery with his new team Specialized bike took in chase. Mike Birditt of Swami's took off in chase after the 2 riders got together. No one else reacted. I thought about it and was going to make a move at the last corner which I like to refer to as the "slingshot" corner. A little dip that can catapult you forward. I didn't and the break stayed fairly close for a couple of laps. Mike didn't think it would work but Alex thought it could and would work with Mike. Mike and Alex stepped it up and Rino came off. The pace in the pack was dreadfully slow. Mike and Alex were pulling away and Rino was left in no man's land to cook. His teammates should have put him out of his misery early and kept Mike and Alex closer but... SCV was missing Tom Reilly and especially last races winner in 55+, Mike Gourley.
Only one rider would chase and that was Nour Tillo. Nour put in 2 hard pulls and the 2nd one formed a mini chase group between his group and the pack. I closed down to the mini group and David Lang was right on me as was the rest of the group. We needed "Clint" the enforcer to come forward but maybe he was tired from earlier action. Nour pulls made a dent in the gap to the break but would need several more strong riders and it wasn't going to happen this Sunday. Mike and Alex were working well together and needed to stay on it to stay away and they did.
A prime call came for the bonus Ontario series points. After the first race Dale Luedtke was leading the 55+ group and I was leading the 60+ group. The pace picked up. The bonus points were going to the peleton and not the break group. Dale Luedtke came around the last corner serious and turned on the gas to go for the points. David Lang was right behind him. Truthfully I didn't know if both cats got points or if the first person across the line gets points toward their category. After some research it appears that both do. David knew that because he got the prime points in the first race. So Dale and David got the prime points for race # 2 but David was gassed. The pace picked up rounding turn one and David was in a spot of bother but hung on the back of the pack. The next time around to the start finish line the 5 lap to go card came up. 
Unless Alex and Mike fell apart they were going to decide the winner of 55+. The pace in the pack was respectable but not earth shattering. David was in the back recovering and planning a return to the front. The laps counted down- 4, 3, 2, and 1 to go! In the mean time the rain started with 2 and 1/2 laps to go. Not hard but enough to wet down the road. It almost stopped as we headed to the last lap. With one to go Alex and Mike slowed down and Alex stayed on Mike's wheel. The old cat and mouse game. Mike decided to take it wide around the last 2 turns to make Alex jump on their left side if Alex was going to make an early move. They stayed in place around the last corner and Mike opened it up from the front when he came near the opposite curbside. That's about 200 meters or more from the line. Mike has a quick acceleration. Alex has a long sprint but it takes him longer to get up to speed. It was Mike Birditt first across the line for another win for himself and Swami's!
The pack was now racing for 3rd place in 55+ but the win in 60+ was still out there. John "Clint" Roest took the pace for the pack. The pace was decent and I was in good position but in the middle of the front group. The pace started to slow going into turn 2 and riders were moving up the outside and got worse going into turn 3. I had to get out and move up. I came out to the left and got in Leo Longo's path but he saw me coming and let me go. I moved up but not far enough. Rick Swanson came to the front to start pulling the pack. The pace picked up again. Kal Szkalak(Kal was feeling around 85%. He had bronchitis/pneumonia several weeks prior and was starting to get his form back) was up near the front with Monty on his wheel. Monty had torn shorts and bloody hands but was ready to launch his sprint at the end. I didn't even know he had crashed. It had happened behind me and I hadn't seen him for a while but that was not unusual. Dale  Luedtke and David Lang were moving up and into position. I was 2 back from Monty and on a wheel I didn't like. 
Should have moved up and Monty would have let me in but I stayed put. We made the only right turn and then 2 more lefts and no early jump like the last race from Mike Gourley. Right about the last corner Kal and former track rider Cyril Hunte jumped hard. Cyril use to ride for his home country of Guyana. Dale Luedtke started to wind it up behind Kal and powered home across the line for 3rd place. Kal followed for 4th place. Monty Pettus launched his sprint coming home and was out of the saddle 10 meters from the line when his chain came off the chainring. Yikes! No power. Something was damaged in his crash. David Lang came by him for 1st place in 60+ and 5th place overall. Steve "The Black Knight" Hensler also got by Monty for 6th place overall and 5th in 55+. 
A little further down the food chain was a small bunch of riders that rounded the corner and were trying to sprint for home. It was congested. A result of too slow a pace on the last lap which wasn't the case the previous week. Don't know what exactly started the carnage but something happened to Nour Tillo and he bounced off the right side of Fred Hoblit slammed to the pavement. Joe Wells of Paramount nailed Nour right in the back and went flying. Gordon Carr of SBW also went down. I was on the left side of a group of riders before the crash and and there was movement out away from the group and I had to also move out to the left and took my foot off the gas.  The 4th time this year that something has happened in front of me that interrupted my sprint. The main problem was behind me and to my right. I got out of my saddle and tried to get going again. Mike Fleming started to come by me and I saw Bob Wright just ahead and to my right. I got by Mike and was coming at Bob but Bob took 3rd, myself 4th and Mike 5th. 
After the warmdown lap I stopped to see how the crashed riders were doing. Joe Wells was scraped up but ok. The Paramount jersey I loaned him was toast. Gordon Carr was sitting on the curb and it looked like a broken collar bone. Nour Tillo was laying on his stomach on the grass in a lot of pain. He had movement in his legs but was really hurting. David Lang's wife who is a nurse was there helping out. The paramedics were there and put him on a flat stretcher on his back. He didn't want to go to a hospital. Later he was able to get up and walk. 
The overall pace of the race was slightly less than 25 mph which isn't bad on this course but the slower pace of the race was a factor in both crashes especially the last lap. If Alex Collins had been in the pack I am pretty sure he would have led it out hard from a long ways out. Taking over from Rick and stringing it out and making it safer like at Cattle Call. That was a long lead out and he didn't quit before the line. The complete results are below. Sorry. No action pictures. That's all for now folks! Train hard and race safe!
Spring Classic GP  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 60+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 107852 David Lang DARE 14
2 219074 Leo Pettus Paramount Racing 11
3 39024 Bob Wright Santa Clarita Velo 10
4 180386 John McKee Paramount Racing 9
5 129293 Michael Fleming South Bay Wheelmen 8
6 243425 mark wisnosky ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 7
7 189814 Leo Longo South Bay Wheelmen 6
8 171652 Stephen Whitsitt South Bay Wheelmen 5
9 46547 John Edwards UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 4
10 45763 Robert Paganini Pasadena Athletic Assoc (PAA) 3
11 57726 Ernest Hoffer Herbalife LaGrange 2
12 50406 Michael Edwards Herbalife LaGrange 1
Spring Classic GP  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 47255 Michael Birditt Swami's Cycling Club 14
2 46255 Alex Collins UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 11
3 47262 Dale Luedtke Swami's Cycling Club 10
4 54522 Kalman Szkalak 9
5 15874 Steve Hensler Team Redlands 8
6 16360 Fred Hoblit Santa Clarita Velo 7
7 52086 Cyril Hunte 6
8 178495 Steve Diamond Swami's Cycling Club 5
9 95649 Ken Burns Southern California Velo 4
10 47314 Gary Prideaux Lightning Velo 3
11 49110 Rino Barbagiovanni Santa Clarita Velo 2
12 294290 Pey-Lih Littler Celo Pacific 1
13 66553 John Sinz Canyon Velo 0
14 9271 Pete Dern Herbalife LaGrange 0
15 277180 John Roest Rock N' Road Cyclery 0
16 34753 Rick Swanson Swami's Cycling Club 0
17 289270 Sanda Timbal Team Simple Green/Bike Religion

Wednesday, March 16, 2011


Story by Mike Birditt/Edited by John McKee

This interesting story is from the view of Mike about himself and his
Swami's teammates at the  2011 Tour de Murrieta and CBR #4.

Tour de Murrieta
Friday(3/11/11)- TT
We have Gary Shuey, Dale Luedtke, and myself.

As has been noted it was a mostly flat TT with a 1 plus mile climb
most of which is on dirt. Pre rode the course and that created as many
questions as it answered. Bottom line was we opted for our normal road
bikes. Turned out to not be the correct decision in hindsight. We had
hoped that Gary would kill it but when you miss your start time(15 to 30 secs)
it's difficult to compete against guys like Kenny Fuller and Malcolm Hill
(Yeah Gary I threw you under the bus...but we still love ya). I did
not do much better, came up on my 30 second guy in the dirt and washed
out a front tire and down I went (Fred move). Scooped up a good amount
of dirt rash, checked the bike and continued. Dale, maybe the only
smart one of our group just rode a nice steady TT, no drama.
Tour de Murrieta TT  (Rank 0.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team Time SoCal Points
1 46765 Kenny Fuller Cycles Veloce 11:20.880
2 156650 Malcolm Hill Breakaway-UBS Elite Masters 11:27.060
3 69952 Robert Willcox UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 11:53.250
4 44197 Gary Shuey Swami's Cycling Club 12:15.130
5 54522 Kalman Szkalak UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 12:29.380
6 47255 Michael Birditt Swami's Cycling Club 12:37.670
7 46255 Alex Collins UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 12:37.750
8 15874 Steve Hensler Team Redlands 12:39.410
9 59572 Mark Huffman Sun Coast Velo 13:07.280
10 47262 Dale Luedtke Swami's Cycling Club 13:08.890
11 1254 Mark Ainslie Ranchos Cycling Club 13:26.240
12 95649 Ken Burns Southern California Velo 14:09.410
13 66553 John Sinz Canyon Velo 15:07.110

Tour de Murrieta
Saturday(3/12/11)- Crit

We have Rick Swanson, Gary Shuey, Steve Diamond, and myself. (Dale got
caught out by work)

Same course as last year, I knew it was going to be fast and driven by
the 45's. It was off like a gun, big bang and there were people coming
off right from the start. We had planned to see how it developed and
react from there. After Callville I did not think any 55's would get
away and it would come to a field sprint. With Gary and I only two
points apart it was going to be a stay close to Kenny and Malcolm and
look for a good finish.
I tried several times to test my ability to get to the front. I won't
say it was easy but I did confirm that I could do it when the time
came to move up. I had planned on moving up in increments as the 5 to
go countdown started. Just before then I saw Rick on the sideline having
pulled out. I only saw Gary a couple of times and never did see Steve.
That said it was a technical course and one that requires
concentration or you can go down real quick. They could have been right
next to me the whole race and I would not have known.
5 to go and I start moving up as planned. It really did not get hot
until 3 to go. On the bell lap it was crazy with guys trying to cut
corners and make jumps they could not hold. The last two corners were
all out, bars banging and shoulders hitting, my kind of race !! The
finishing straight is longer than it looks and many just hit it too
hard too early. I had Malcolm and Kenny in sight. Just sitting in
looking for that "window". It opened about 250 from the line on
Kenny's right, no hesitation, I gassed it and passed them both. Bad
thing is you have no idea how you did because we are mixed with the
45's. I knew I was up there but where. My wife was there and said she
did not see any other "yellow" background numbers in front of me.
Ralph soon announced that I had won the crit. After yesterday it felt

Tour de Murrieta GP  (Rank 0.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 47255 Michael Birditt Swami's Cycling Club 0
2 46765 Kenny Fuller Cycles Veloce 0
3 156650 Malcolm Hill Breakaway-UBS Elite Masters 0
4 46255 Alex Collins UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
5 54522 Kalman Szkalak 0
6 126351 Steve Bernede Team Werks 0
7 59572 Mark Huffman Sun Coast Velo 0
8 61193 John Wagenaar UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
9 69952 Robert Willcox UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
10 46688 Michael Mueller UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
11 15874 Steve Hensler Team Redlands 0
12 44197 Gary Shuey Swami's Cycling Club 0
13 66553 John Sinz Canyon Velo 0
14 204365 Cameron Phillips Cycles Veloce 0
15 95649 Ken Burns Southern California Velo 0

Sunday(3/13/11) - double duty !!

Dale, Steve, Mike

CBR #4

Dale and I had decided that there was enough time to hit CBR for the
55/60 race then jam to TOM. So here we are at 5:00 am heading to the
new CBR course. Goal today is to get Dale the win. We get there and it
is foggy. Can't wear your glasses kind of foggy. Water dripping from
your helmet foggy. But the ground was dry. Off we go on time for 40
minutes. A slow parade lap so we all see the course. It's undulating
and maybe actually easier to do at speed than if you go easy. My only
job was a lead-out at the end of the race. There were a few moves that
were brought back and it looked like a field sprint for sure. I heard
one announcement for a free entry prime and could not resist. Jumped
away and grabbed it.
Last lap and everyone want Dales wheel. Coming up the little bump to
the last turn we gas it and bring him around the corner, he cuts
underneath and takes off for the win, I fade to the outside and turn
off the gas as 2 others get by before I cross the line. Grabbed our
winnings and off to TOM.
Dale 1st
Mike 4th
Steve 8th

Tour de Murrieta
Sunday Circuit Race

Today we have Rick Swanson, Dale Luedtke, Gary Shuey, Steve Diamond
and myself.

It was all about trying to protect my place on GC, I was currently in
3rd. I have not had good luck with this course. Last year I got spit
out so fast I wanted a refund. I was wondering how I would hold up
this year. Same objective as yesterday, watch Kenny and Malcolm. I
really doubted anyone would let anyone escape from the 55's. It was
drilled from the start and like yesterday people were popping from the
get go. I sat in at the back and felt pretty comfortable. Nothing much
happened until we got toward the end. With two laps to go we were
neutralized while the 35+ passed us. That was not a good thing. We are
now on the bell lap and I'm moving up. Back side of the course and I'm
on Malcolm's wheel and can see Kenny just ahead. I'm thinking this is
good. Right spot at the right time of the race. On the last little
bump, the one that starts out wide and closes in, well they all
squeeze in and a donkey panics and comes across my wheel. Puts his
derailleur into my front wheels spokes. I don't go down (damn close)
but lose all my speed and at least 20 positions. Oh, this is not good.
Now the gas is on and moving up is not easy. Dale comes up and I grab
his wheel, I swear he hit warp factor 10 and off we go. He pulled like
a monster and we got back some places but in the end I finished 6th.
Now for the interesting thing. It seems that if one reads the official
race flyer they posted a points format to be followed, They in fact
did follow the posted points format for the Pro/1 and Cat 2's but did
not follow it for the other cats. That has an impact on my final
placing. According to their results I was first listed as 3rd. They reworked the
points and I ended up tied in points but placed 4th because Kal finished
higher in the last race of the Ominium(tiebreaker). If they had followed their race
flyer points system I would still be 3rd. Another finish mess. In the
big picture it matters not, a whole $4 and 2 SoCal Points. (Below the days
race results are the GC overall results)

Tour de Murrieta CR  (Rank 0.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 46765 Kenny Fuller Cycles Veloce 0
2 156650 Malcolm Hill Breakaway-UBS Elite Masters 0
3 54522 Kalman Szkalak 0
4 15874 Steve Hensler Team Redlands 0
5 59572 Mark Huffman Sun Coast Velo 0
6 47255 Michael Birditt Swami's Cycling Club 0
7 47262 Dale Luedtke Swami's Cycling Club 0
8 162650 Jim Parkhurst Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 0
9 46255 Alex Collins UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
10 61193 John Wagenaar UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
11 46688 Michael Mueller UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
12 1254 Mark Ainslie Ranchos Cycling Club 0
13 69952 Robert Willcox UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 0
14 202041 Mark Planellas Southern California Velo 0
15 126351 Steve Bernede Team Werks 0
16 48760 John Rubcic Sun Coast Velo 0
17 50765 Richard Roberson Sun Coast Velo 0
18 204365 Cameron Phillips Cycles Veloce 0
19 170892 Fernon Lozano Team Velosport Club 0
20 250331 Peter Dufour ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 0
21 222523 Rick Carrera Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 0
22 178495 Steve Diamond Swami's Cycling Club 0
23 151059 Joseph Mastro Team Velocity 0
24 95649 Ken Burns Southern California Velo 0
25 51005 Timothy Nicholson Berkeley Bicycle Club (BBC) 0

Tour de Murrieta GC  (Rank 2.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 46765 Kenny Fuller Cycles Veloce 28
2 156650 Malcolm Hill Breakaway-UBS Elite Masters 22
3 54522 Kalman Szkalak 20
4 47255 Michael Birditt Swami's Cycling Club 18
5 46255 Alex Collins UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 16
6 59572 Mark Huffman Sun Coast Velo 14
7 15874 Steve Hensler Team Redlands 12
8 69952 Robert Willcox UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 10
9 44197 Gary Shuey Swami's Cycling Club 8
10 47262 Dale Luedtke Swami's Cycling Club 6
11 61193 John Wagenaar UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 4
12 46688 Michael Mueller UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 2
13 126351 Steve Bernede Team Werks 0
14 1254 Mark Ainslie Ranchos Cycling Club 0
15 66553 John Sinz Canyon Velo 0
16 162650 Jim Parkhurst Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 0
17 202041 Mark Planellas Southern California Velo 0
18 204365 Cameron Phillips Cycles Veloce 0
19 95649 Ken Burns Southern California Velo 0