Wednesday, May 23, 2018 11:01:09 AM America/New_York
McCarty & mud at 6 hours of Haile
Although the race started with great conditions it only lasted till about the halfway mark when the skies opened up and turned the demanding Hailes course into a mudder but at least the first lap which was a silent tribute to Shawn Smith was dry and perfect. Shawn a former winner of this event passed away on May 10th as the result of being hit by a truck while riding his bike and was honored by the silent lap where all the racers rode the first lap in slience and stayed together leaving no one behind. There was also a very successful raffel and silent auction for the Smith family that raised over $5700. Many thanks to all that participated and donated to the memory of Shawn Smith.
Back to the race action, Ryan Woodall took the 3 hour men's win and Mose Howard was the Florida Endurance series 3 hour champion. Beata Wronska was the winner of the very commpetitve women's 3 hour class, however Jennifer Howard walked away with the series championship. Robert Duncanson wrapped up the 3 hour FLE championship by racking up another win in the Clydesdale class. In the 6 hour categories it was Bob McCarty of Stradalli Team taking the overall win while Ryan Saylor came in a very respectiable second overall and took home the 45+ class win. Teresa Costello won both the female class on the day and the overall championship for the female 6 hour FLE title. Mikhael Ponso took a strong win in the men's amateur class and ended up winning the series championship by one point and the team of Wes Irons and Tyler Junkins took third on the day and it was enough to win the 2 person relay championship. Ivar Kozeja took second place in the 45+ class which secured his class championship, congrats to all of the winners, champions and all of the racers that braved the tough conditions.
Monday, May 14, 2018 4:03:45 PM America/New_York
Los Interpro – Stradalli siguen aprendiendo en la Vuelta Aragón
Daniel Whitehouse, 10° en el alto de Ampriu, dio la nota buena al Interpro – Stradalli en una Vuelta Aragón muy disputada donde los Azul y blanco solo pudieron lucirse camino de Cerler.
Las dos primeras etapas fueron un "querer no siempre es poder" ya que a pesar de buscarlas, las fugas buenas se formaron sin los Interpro – Stradalli. En la tercera jornada, los corredores del equipo continental japonés llegaron en Sabiñanigo con la mente puesta en la última subida. Los tres escaladores de casa Whitehouse, Vermeulen y Etxabe iban poder enfrentarse a corredores de mucho nivel en un puerto de primera categoría.
Whitehouse fue el Interpro – Stradalli quien primero entro en acción. Casi empezar el puerto, el Ingles probó fortuna. Logro unos metros pero no pudo resistir mucho tiempo al fuerte ritmo de los Movistar. Cuando Marc Soler alzo aún mas el ritmo, Whitehouse quedo con el suyo descolgándose a unos 9 kilómetros para meta. "Tuve realmente miedo de "petar"en Cerler siguiendo los Movistar, preferi subir a mi ritmo y hacer un puesto en la general" explico el Ingles de 23 años. Y de echo no se hundió logrando alcanzar el décimo puesto a 35" del vencedor y el 15° en la general final.
"A pesar de un ataque algo temprano, Daniel ha echo una subida muy digna frente a corredores curtidos. Esto confirma su gran potencial y solo tiene que coger mas experiencia en carreras europeas. Y en eso estamos. Seguimos aprendiendo" analiza el Manager Damien Garcia.
Fuente : Prensa Interpro - Stradalli
Foto: Interpro - Stradalli
The Interpro - Stradalli Cycle Continue Learning in the Vuelta Aragón
Daniel Whitehouse, 10th at the top of Ampriu, gave a good note to the Interpro - Stradalli in a very contested Vuelta Aragón where the Blue and White could only show off on the way to Cerler.
The first two stages were a "want is not always power" because despite looking for them, good breaks were formed without the Interpro - Stradalli Cycle. On the third day, the Japanese continental team riders arrived in Sabiñanigo with their mind set on the last climb. The three climbers of Whitehouse, Vermeulen and Etxabe were going to be able to face high level runners in a first class port.
Whitehouse was the Interpro - Stradalli who first took action. Almost starting the port, the English tried his luck. Achieved a few meters but could not resist much time to the strong pace of the Movistar. When Marc Soler raised the pace even more, Whitehouse was left with his bike down about 9 kilometers to the finish line. "I was really afraid of" petar "in Cerler following the Movistar, I preferred to go up to my pace and make a place in the general" explained the English of 23 years. And in fact he did not sink, achieving tenth place at 35 "of the winner and 15th in the final overall.
"Despite a somewhat early attack, Daniel has made a very dignified climb in front of tanned runners, which confirms his great potential and he only has to get more experience in European races, and that's what we are in. We continue to learn" analyzes Manager Damien Garcia .
Monday, May 14, 2018 3:21:30 PM America/New_York
Ready for last and final stage at the Vuelta Aragon Spain
Monday, May 14, 2018 3:09:58 PM America/New_York
Best bike racks in the UCI
Monday, May 14, 2018 3:06:11 PM America/New_York
Alexey attacking on the Climb
Monday, May 14, 2018 2:36:02 PM America/New_York
Servetto - Stradalli cycle woman's pro world tour team is doing amazing in China, yellow jersey and climbers jersey, amazing results for our Ladies
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