Thursday, April 25, 2013

KK SHOWS WHY HE HOLDS THE HOUR RECORD AT 2013 55/60+ LAC

By John McKee

The LA Circuit race is produced by Brad House and Back on Track Productions. Brad was one of the early promoters to come on board for a combined 55/60+ race with both categories getting pay checks. The 1st one was held in 2006. I looked at the finish lists for that year and actually looked at all the finish lists for the years since and I can see how many riders have come and gone. Robert Paganini, Mike Fleming and myself are the only ones that did that race and did 2013 and that includes the 55+ category.  2009 was a banner year for 60+ racers with 23 entries. More than 55s. It was depressing to see the turnout in 2013. 22 55s which wasn't bad but only 9 60s. LAC is held on the same weekend as Sea Otter so that makes it tough. Sea Otter has a awesome 55+ series of races but no separate category for any age older though there are many racers over 60 that do participate.  Brad has put his race up against Redlands in the past so he wouldn't have to go up against Sea Otter and that is also tough but he would get some sponsors back. Damn if you do and damn if you don't.
I have always liked the LAC race. I wish more riders felt the same. The 7 am start time does hurt and Brad is willing to move that in the future. I also say thanks to all the riders that did show up, Brad House, all the sponsors, and the Bahati Fountain that co produced the race and received some of the proceeds for its worthwhile causes. Large strong fields are what is needed to help riders compete at the national level. Finding the answer to what makes an event fun is elusive. I will say this and this may ruffle some feathers but I think we get spoiled in Socal with so many events to chose from. That holds much more true to 55s then 60s though I prefer breaks in the schedule anyway. 60s are left out of quality events like Dana Point. 9 riders at LAC doesn't help matters trying to get in or back in events like Dana Point. I want to race as a 60+ racer there so BAD!
OK, lets get to the racing part of LAC. The story is fairly short this year. Breakaway from Cancer Masters team targeted LAC and Malcolm Hill and Keith Ketterer showed up to make the 55/60+ field a lot stronger. To match those 2 strongmen the 55 field would have Mike Birditt of Swami's, Mike McConnell and Alex Collins of UC Cyclery, and Rod Mallory of the Bahati Foundation team. The 55 field was loaded with sprinters but they count on others to chase, break and the like. In 60+ Kal Szkalak was there to match up against myself, John Roest and Don Kimper.
2011 photo of Keith Ketterer and Malcolm Hill. Photo courtesy of John McKee.
The weather was good for 7 am. Arm warmers feft good but weren't needed. We all lined up to get the officials latest words of wisdom. Always good stuff if you want to know what is happening in your race. Nothing earth shaking like in 2009 when there was filming at the last turnaround and we got this terrible late turnaround. Awful but none of that in 2013. We were off but not really off. No one wanted to push early. Someone finally got the pace up and it didn't take long to find out which Breakaway from Cancer Masters rider was up for major play. It was Keith Ketterer. Keith crashed in a training ride March 2nd. Nothing broken but he hurt his left hand. Bled quite a bit(he wasn't wearing gloves. He wears them all the time NOW.) He is starting to get good feeling back in his hand. His legs are still hummingbird fast. I came up next to KK and I am spinning maybe 90 to 95 and he is effortlessly spinning 100 to 110. Track training!
There were a few early efforts at jumping the pace or maybe starting a break but they were all chased and neutralized. We came back by the start/finish line the 1st time all together. The course is 4 miles long. After the 1st lap things did heat up. KK jumped the group and Fred Hoblit and Alex Collins jumped aboard. Fred and Alex stayed with it for a little less than a lap. I am pretty sure Fred didn't want to help KK get too far from his teammate Mike Birditt. KK attacked his break partners and went solo. The last few laps were basically KK vs everyone else. Keith as you should already know set a world record in 2012 in the hour record on the track for 55-59. He already had broken the hour record several years ago in 50-54.

Keith Ketterer on his way to a world record. Photo courtesy of and with permission of Pat Benson.
Afterward Keith was nice enough to take photos with anyone that wanted like that Paramount guy. Photo courtesy of Pat Benson.
Mike Birditt was taking the the biggest effort at bringing KK back. In a bunch sprint Mike would be the likely winner. Mike would pull and tuck back in and recover and then go at it again. Even sprinter deluxe Cyril Hunte came to the front and took some pulls. Ron Mallory was up there as was Cleve Law. Are you starting to get the picture. Lol. Keith is up there with his hummingbird legs and no one or any group of riders can bring him back.
With the bell lap ringing, Fred Hoblit went to the front to give it one last very hard pull. A pull until you blow type effort. His teammate Mike Birditt was on his wheel. They got a gap but not without Mike McConnell. Fred dropped off and M and M floated in that no man's land between the pack and the race leader. One brave sole tried to get across the gap right after turn one. That was Phil Walters. Phil is 60+ and likes to race and then watch his son race later in the events. Phil actually got pretty close but ran out of stream and came back to the peleton. If  Phil had been able to grab a wheel, he would have won the 60+ category. The  final turn came and neither KK or M and M were going to get caught. Keith Ketterer was going to solo in the the 55+ win. Mike McConnell didn't really contest Mike Birditt for 2nd and took 3rd in 55+.
The pack was taking the last lap hot and cold. I tried to stay on Kal's wheel and thank you Ron Mallory for giving it up at one point. After the last turn though I wanted to stay on the left side of the course. The right side near the curb gets bunchy and is coned in near the finish line so there is danger ahead. I stay away from cones nowadays. Probably few of you remember last year but I tangled with one in Carson and lost. The left side is more open and fluid but you push a little more wind but that's ok.
The 1st person to jump was a new Big Orange rider by the name of Carey Downs. No one seemed to pay attention to Carey and he soon died. Deogracias Asuncion and his teammate at SBW Maron Cortez jumped but I held my position. When Nelson Alaan jumped is when I responded as did everyone else. The field sprint was ON! I stayed as close to Nelson as I could which wasn't super close but was going pretty good and passing a few riders like the SBW boys. Kal Szkalak broke out of the pack on the right side and sprinted for the line. Kal, Dale and Alex were close together but Kal got going the best and was the 1st across the line and the 1st 60+ racer. Nelson was 2nd in the bunch sprint for 4th in 55+. I was 3rd across the line and good enough for 2nd in 60+. Dale Luedtke and Alex Collins rounded out the last paying spots in 55+. 6 payouts for EACH category. Way good. $250 EACH!. Don Kimper was the last podium placer in 60+ and was followed across the line and were also paid and that was John Roest, Jim Swigart and Pags. Pags got a pay check! The oldest guy in the race by 10 years and he gets a pay check. For you 60+ guys that didn't show up....well there you go. The 1st 65 plus rider was myself. 6 of 9 60+ racers got paychecks!
The race was fun though not that fast this year. The pace was around 24.3 mph. There are 2 180 turns which slows the pace down but Rosena Ranch was around this speed and is A LOT harder. Thanks again to those that came out or at least raced this weekend like at Sea Otter. Some raced a TT in Santiago Canyon on Sat. where Leo Longo secured the overall season victory in 60+. Nice going, Leo. Full results for LAC are below. Come on you 60+ racers. Get off the couch, your tt bikes, your track bikes, and come out and race. Get out of your comfort zone and jazz up your life. The racing is safer then the training rides I here about where so many of you crash. Get out of a rut! That's all for now folks! Train hard and race safe!
60+ podium- Kimper 3, Szkalak 1, McKee 2. Photo courtesy of Brad House.
55+ podium- McConnell 3, Ketterer 1, Birditt 2   

LA Circuit Race  (Rank 1.5)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 48434 Keith Ketterer Breakaway from Cancer Masters 21
2 47255 Michael Birditt SKLZ-Swami's Cycling Team 17
3 23303 Michael McConnell UC Cyclery/JW Floors 15
4 64439 Nelson Alaan Lightning Velo 13
5 47262 Dale Luedtke SKLZ-Swami's Cycling Team 12
6 46255 Alex Collins UC Cyclery/JW Floors 10
7 52086 Cyril Hunte Southern California Velo 9
8 93812 Donald Denegal Velo Allegro 7
9 50532 Deogracias Asuncion South Bay Wheelmen 6
10 25023 Jeffrey Moreton Rokform/Rock N' Road 4
11 107559 Rodney Malloy Bahati Foundation-CA 3
12 45582 Cleaveran Law Lightning Velo 2
13 271566 Alex Gonzalez Bahati Foundation p/b Major Motion Cycli 0
14 401879 Roger Nurnberger 0
15 72467 Marlon Cortez South Bay Wheelmen 0
16 156650 Malcolm Hill Breakaway from Cancer Masters 0
17 16360 Fred Hoblit Swami's Cycling Club 0
18 101454 Robert Morris Velo Allegro 0
19 282806 Ralph Rivas 0
20 9944 Carey Downs Big Orange Cycling 0
 
Total # of riders 22      
LA Circuit Race  (Rank 1.5)
Masters 60+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 54522 Kalman Szkalak UC Cyclery/JW Floors 21
2 180386 John McKee Paramount Racing 17
3 195498 Donald Kimper UC Cyclery/JW Floors 15
4 277180 John Roest Southern California Velo 13
5 228631 James Swigart ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 12
6 45763 Robert Paganini PAA/REMAX 10
7 129293 Michael Fleming South Bay Wheelmen 9
8 245777 Steven Borer UC Cyclery/JW Floors 7
9 257503 Philip Walters Encino Velo Cycling Club 6
 
Total # of riders 9      

Thursday, April 18, 2013

2013 CYCLO VETS CRIT SUPER MASTERS STATE CHAMP AND THEN SOME

By John McKee

The Super Masters Criterium Championship was being held under the production of the long time masters cycling club the San Diego Cyclo Vets. All men 65 and over and women 50 and over would have a race to determine the SCNCA champions and the right to buy a state championship clothing kit. 2 races would take in all the age groups and provide multiple champions. One race for the men with winners in 5 year increments and one race for the women with the same increments but stopping at a lower age. The men had to go up to 95+ with Gordy Shields entered to race.
Gordy Shields still riding at 95+- Nice going Gordy!
The fly in the ointment was the 7 am start time for the men. I realize that the group or groups that have the fewest riders are often put early to put out the fewest riders but time in grade should count for something. Make the new guys(cat 5 racers) go first.There were a few no shows because of this but my wife and I decided to stay in the local area at a motel so we wouldn't have to leave our house before 5 am. It worked out fine for us though. We had something to eat at Islands and went to the Edwards IMAX cinema complex and watched the new movie "42". We really enjoyed the it as it seemed the 200 or so other patrons did as well.
Saw this movie the night before the race. Loved it!

The Cyclo Vets have things pretty well in hand and the early morning processing went well. There was a smaller turnout then 2012 which was disappointing but you can only race against who shows up. There were about 20 total riders in the Super Masters categories and half that were 65-69. The "younger" guys would drive the race of course and riders would be expected to be all over the course.
Health issues of course become greater problems for everyone as we get older and that has been the case with masters bike racers as well. Kenny Fuller is out with heart problems(plans on coming back and is riding fairly well right now), Fritz Tomasello is retired because of eye problems that have been plaguing him for years and the list could go on and on. John Rubcic had to work as a motor ref at the road race in Bakersfield or he would have been the favorite here as John just "aged up" this year. There was on bright spot and that was to see Hylton Murphy out there racing again after many years of health issues and a bad crash(bike vs car).
John McKee with long time bike strongman Hylton Murphy-I first met Hylton at the Bulldog bike race series at Camp Pendleton many years ago. Hylton was a one person wrecking crew there.
The race was off at near the start time of 7 am. The time of the race would be 40 minutes. Hylton took off at the start of the race and that was to be expected. That was ALWAYS his style of racing. Go out as hard as he could for as long as he could. Didn't matter the pre race counseling of teammates. Save yourself, Hylton. Don't blow it all at the beginning of the race. OK. Got it! Check! No problem! I understand.... then the race starts. Off he goes. Smoking it as fast as he could which was lung searing tough for everyone trying to keep up. Time has set in and it is always apparent as the years pile on the speed goes down for each older age group. At least the overall speed.
Super masters start group- Cindy Morgan raced with us before her championship race
Hylton Murphy doing what he does best at the start of a race

Hylton took the pull for the 1st 2 laps and then pulled over for someone else to take over and since I was on his wheel I decided it was my turn to pull for a lap. I did and then Hylton took off and started a solo effort. I tried to get on but couldn't without going really deep so I hung back after one effort. Mike Jenkins came to the front to take a pull but it was father time that brought Hylton back. A younger Hylton would have been gone. Time trial mode and off he would be. Of course I wouldn't have taken a pull and gone into oxygen debt but none the less the big man came back to the field. I figured this meant that we were in for a field sprint.
There were minor efforts through the race but Hylton did the lion's share of the work at the front. Don Kimper, Mike Edwards, Robert "The ageless one" Paganini, Mike Jenkins, Butch Richardson, Cindi Morgan(for a second there I saw Cindi jump and I thought...is she going to beat the men?) came to the front to do some work keeping the race going as did a few others. It seemed like a long time to race with the pace rather slow as compared to say a 50+ race where the time flies by.
Mike Jenkins leading the group

Don Kimper taking a turn at the front

McKee even was seen at the front

The race group got the 7 lap to go card. Who was going to win this year? Hylton Murphy was the lead out man for John Rubcic when they raced together. No Rubcic today so his wheel was up for grabs. I took it and sat on for the last few laps. The bell lap came and I was still on "The Man" with Don Kimper on my wheel. Didn't see much of Rick Lilliberg during the race. I saw some really good form from Rick at Red Trolley earlier this year and just down the road from the Cyclo Vets race location.
The back stretch saw Hylton ramp up the speed and I clicked up a few gears but since we had been going slower than I usually race I was under geared. Hylton took us to the last corner and off I went. No hesitation like last year. I got out of the saddle and got going pretty good but felt undergeared with 50 meters to go. I sprint in a bigger gear than my main man Monty Pettus. I just hung on and hoped that no one would come by me. Fritz wasn't in the group. Fritz has nipped me at the line several times in the past and here as well. Don Kimper has done it also like at LA Circuit in 2012. For a while being nipped at the line was called a "Kimper". None the less I held on for my 1st SCNCA championship. It felt good coasting after coming across the line. Don Kimper rolled across for 2nd with Mike Fleming taking 3rd. Mike has also beaten me many times in the past but this Sunday was my day. I didn't even feel good out there but used my experience to do what I needed to do. 4th place went to Rick Lilliberg and 5th to Hylton Murphy. Hylton was followed in by Cindi Morgan who came back the very next race to win her own category.
Also racing were the 70-74 ,75-79, 85+ & 95+. Butch Richardson won the 70 race and Pags won the 75 race. Link Lindquist was the only 85+ rider and Gordy Shields was the only 95+ racer. In women's masters races Cindy Fenton won the 50-54 age group, Mimi Sheean 55-59, Cindy Morgan 60-64, Tricia Kimper 65-69 and Pat Baker 70+. All good for those out there racing!
Men's 65-69 podium- Fleming, McKee & Kimper
70-74 podium- Martin Katz, Butch Richardson, & not shown James Fitzgerald

75-79 podium- Ed Camarena, Pags, & Leon Sowers
 
Link Lindquist won the 85-89 category. You should see Link on a trampoline or with a jump rope

Gordy Shields won the 95+ category
Besides the Super Masters Championships the Cyclo Vets Criterium had other races including the 55/60+ race. The turnout for this race was also lower than in the past. On the same day was the popular Vleehuis Road Race so the turnout was bound to be lower than times past. At the Vleehuis Road Race Steve Hensler won the 55+ category and Gary Shuey won the 60+ category(full results below). There were 19 total riders at the Cyclo Vets 55/60+ race of which 11 were 60+. More 60+ riders than 55s. Wow.

A scant 19 riders line up for the 55/60+ race

Randy Liechty leads the pack around the course

Lothar Cramer leading the field which is passing Link Lindquist

Mike Birditt and Mike McConnell chatting during the race

Lothar Cramer tried his hand at a solo breakaway midway through the race


Mike Birditt and Cyril Hunte going for a cash prime

Same sprint as above but further along. McConnell looking to counter
The 55/60+ criterium was slated for 40 minutes. There was $300 paying out to 7 places overall. No separate purse for 60+(I would prefer to see some money just for 60s. They pay the same entry fee and being older have less of a chance against younger racers). The 2 categories were scored separately for Socal Cup points. The race got off on time which was scheduled for 9:20 am. The pace was lively and definitely faster than the Super Masters race. This race wouldn't be any different than many of the races we have seen this year. The decisive points in the race would come from the primes especially the cash primes. The 1st cash prime came about 15 minutes into the race. I knew to stay tight near the front and watched Mark Huffman. For the all racer cash primes Mike Birditt and Cyril Hunte would sprint for the prize. The 1st prime sprint was won by Birdy and created a break opportunity. There was about 6 of us including Mark Huffman, Birdy, Hunte, McConnell and not sure after that. There was a gap but the field and I believe it was Randy Liechty of SDBC that chased the small group down before a lap had gone by. The next cash prime was a similar situation with Birdy winning the money and a bigger group formed this time but the main pack wasn't that far behind and everything fell apart and it was all together again. The standard churning took place between primes. The last cash prime for for 60+ only. This was cool. Mark Huffman was riding near the front and him and Mike Birditt conferred. I knew what this meant. Mike lead the pack around the course with Mark on his wheel and Mike McConnell behind Mark. I was behind Mike McConnell. If the sprint was going to be easy I might partake but I wasn't going to go all in to try for the $25. Birdy took Mark to around the last corner. McConnell soft pedaled putting me too far from Mark. Mark sprinted for the line and won the $25 and got a gap on his own. He kept going on his own. There were about 7 laps to go at this point. A lone rider or riders off the front will often set the pace. The field will stay a short distance away and ride at the same pace letting the rider or riders dig themselves into a hole. Since Mark is 60+ you wouldn't think the 55s would care where he was and leave it to the 60+ racers but the purse was overall. 1st place money or $100 in green stuff was out there. Dan Yeager did some work to keep Mark close but on the last lap Swami's went to the veteran Dale Luedtke to do the dirty work. Trench warfare. The hard stuff. Dale use to do this at Labor Power for Butch Stinton. Dale knows his stuff. Dale went to the front with about one lap to go. He had to bring back Mark Huffman and lead out Mike Birditt if possible.
We were speeding down the back stretch with Dale zeroing in on Mark Huffman. He was a dead duck. We hit the up slope and Cyril Hunte starts to make a move. Just as Cyril and Birdy come near Mark, he moves to his left thinking he is getting out of the way. Racer tip. It is just like at the track. If you are being passed, just hold your line. Everyone knows where you are at and will go around you. When you move to try and get out of the way, no one knows where you are going or how far. Anyway Cyril and Mike jumped to their left to avoid a crash and everyone else also went wide. Mike McConnell and Randy Liechty are tight to Mike and Cyril and I am pretty close. Cyril was the 1st to the last corner but within 100 meters Mike Birditt was taking control of the sprint and was to win the race and the 55+ category. Cyril was 2nd, McConnell 3rd, Liechty 4th, Cramer(Lothar came around me near the line)5th, myself 6th and 1st in 60+, Kimper was 7th and the last paying spot and 2nd in 60+. The last podium spot for 60+ went to David Rillie of the Cyclo Vets. Never seen David before but he obviously is a base sticker. Same could be said of the SDBC riders. Let's see you race OUT of San Diego County.
This is the finish sprint. Mike Birditt is picking up speed. Photo courtesy of
Durward Dunn
www.facebook.com/dunnphotos
The day saw a light showing of racers all ages over 55. The common date for a popular road race obviously hurt the turnout. The standard thinking is that the 2 races were quite far apart but many racers will go most anywhere is Socal to find a good race so having 2 events like this on the same date hurt both. I know Vleeshuis has been raced on Saturday before so I am not sure of the issues involved in getting back on a Saturday. Criteriums almost always have to be on Sundays because there are much fewer employees that have to get to the buildings on the course. The races were fun and lively but not well attended. Thanks to the Cyclo Vets for putting on the races but please move the new guys first. Put the cat 5 racers before a championship race. Thanks! Full results are below plus the women's masters podiums. That's all for now folks! Train hard and race safe!
55+ podium- Birditt, Hunte & McConnell(not shown)
60+ podium- Rillie, McKee & Kimper

50+ podium- Cindy Fenton

55+ podium- Mimi Sheean & Karen Christoffersen

60+ podium- Cindy Morgan & Vickie Vanosdol-CastaldiCi


65+ podium- Tricia Kimper


 70+ podium- Pat Baker

Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 47255 Michael Birditt SKLZ-Swami's Cycling Team 14
2 52086 Cyril Hunte Southern California Velo 11
3 23303 Michael McConnell UC Cyclery/JW Floors 10
4 89462 Randy Liechty ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 9
5 54084 Lothar Cramer 8
6 203308 Daniel Yeager Swami's Cycling Club 7
7 47262 Dale Luedtke SKLZ-Swami's Cycling Team 6
8 246050 Gary Roscoe Hi -Tech Bikes 5
 
Total # of riders 8  


Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 60+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 180386 John McKee Paramount Racing 14
2 195498 Donald Kimper UC Cyclery/JW Floors 11
3 397722 David Rillie San Diego Cyclo Vets 10
4 51026 Theodore Lee ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 9
5 59572 Mark Huffman UC Cyclery/JW Floors 8
6 312566 Steven Turner Hi -Tech Bikes 7
7 45763 Robert Paganini PAA/REMAX 6
8 335674 Bud Stratton San Diego Cyclo Vets 5
9 129293 Michael Fleming South Bay Wheelmen 4
10 126668 Joey Valdivia UC Cyclery/JW Floors 3
11 235545 Link Lindquist Team Velosport Club 2
 
Total # of riders 11  
Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 65+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 180386 John McKee Paramount Racing 0
2 195498 Donald Kimper UC Cyclery/JW Floors 0
3 129293 Michael Fleming South Bay Wheelmen 0
4 64127 Richard Lilleberg South Bay Wheelmen 0
5 72995 Hylton Murphy UC Cyclery/JW Floors 0
6 56189 Cindy Morgan Cal Coast Bicycles 0
7 266647 Allen Kizuka Michelob Ultra - La Grange +21 0
8 198617 Roger Springer San Diego Cyclo Vets 0
9 50406 Michael Edwards Michelob Ultra - La Grange +21 0
10 17745 Michael Jenkins Adams Avenue Bicycles 0
 
Total # of riders 10    


Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 70+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 186694 Butch Richardson San Diego Cyclo Vets 0
2 168704 James Fitzgerald PAA/REMAX 0
3 305131 martin katz 0
 
Total # of riders 3  

Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 75+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 45763 Robert Paganini PAA/REMAX 0
2 351238 Leon Sowers San Diego Cyclo Vets 0
3 99513 Edward Camarena Veloce Santiago 0
 
Total # of riders 3  

Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters 85+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 235545 Link Lindquist Team Velosport Club 0
 
Total # of riders 1  

Vleeshuis Road Race  (Rank 2.0)
Masters 60+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 44197 Gary Shuey Swami's Cycling Club 28
2 46799 Josef Lemire Hammer Nutrition 22
3 54522 Kalman Szkalak UC Cyclery/JW Floors 20
4 12354 Kirk Freeman CA Pools / Primal 18
5 126351 Steve Bernede Team Werks 16
6 72880 Mike Marotta Swami's Cycling Club 14
7 277180 John Roest Southern California Velo 12
8 38334 Donald Williams Get Crackin' 10
9 236498 Bruce Steele South Bay Wheelmen 8
10 Hank Pfister 6
11 269972 Fred Haim Michelob Ultra - La Grange +21 4
12 245777 Steven Borer UC Cyclery/JW Floors 2
13 382237 Gianni Carpani 0
14 49424 Howard Miller OCW/Paramount Racing 0
15 254258 Hugh Lothrop 0
 
Total # of riders 17      
 

Vleeshuis Road Race  (Rank 2.0)
Masters 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 15874 Steve Hensler UC Cyclery/JW Floors 28
2 341568 Owen Thomas 22
3 125834 William Ralph Rokform/Rock N' Road 20
4 274212 David Benner Wolf Pack Cycling 18
5 49191 Kim Bleth Rokform/Rock N' Road 16
6 25023 Jeffrey Moreton Rokform/Rock N' Road 14
7 291027 Bill Pinckard Microseal Racing Team 12
8 378143 David B Stanton Canyon Velo 10
9 287584 Charlie Tatarian Canyon Velo 8
10 234354 Bill Elrich Finish Line 6
11 401006 Robert Lenker 4
12 61353 Reed Moore UC Cyclery/JW Floors 2
13 340280 John Dover 0
14 49110 Rino Barbagiovanni Santa Clarita Velo 0
15 16837 Brad House Big Orange Cycling 0
16 377802 Raul Longoria 0
17 379265 Michael Corona Santa Clarita Velo 0
18 1254 Mark Ainslie 0
19 56489 Thomas Morgan 0
 
Total # of riders 21    



Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters Women 50+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 379132 Cindy Fenton UC Cyclery/JW Floors 0
 
Total # of riders 1
Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters Women 55+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 140934 Mimi Sheean Michelob Ultra - La Grange +21 0
2 40398 Karen Christoffersen LiVe Well p/b Bountiful Bicycle 0
3 30367 Pamela Houle Team 101 0
 
Total # of riders 3  

Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters Women 60+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 56189 Cindy Morgan Cal Coast Bicycles 0
2 51985 Vickie VanOsdol-Castaldi Ironfly 0
 
Total # of riders 2  
Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters Women 65+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 202346 Patricia Kimper ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 0
 
Total # of riders 1    
Cyclo-Vets Spring Classic Crit  (Rank 1.0)
Masters Women 70+
Place License Name Team SoCal Points
1 235409 Patricia Baker San Diego Cyclo Vets 0