2013 Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge: Stage Five

Sep 5, 2013 at 13:29
Sep 5, 2013
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Wallace & Williamson Keep Their Pink Jerseys for Another Day in Mongolia

The sun came out for Stage Five of the Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge presented by Orbea. It was a 96 kilometre loop with 1400 metres of climbing from the Berkh Mountains along the Kherlen River.


The stage began with a GPM at the 30 kilometre marker and another climb to follow soon after at the 52 kilometre marker. Soon after the second climb a course marking issue caused the lead riders to go off course. Times were recorded for the men’s leaders at this point. Wallace (Kona) came first followed by Frendo (Oyu Tolgoi) and Sager (Jamis). The top three in the GC remains Wallace, Ortiz then Frendo.

Catherine Williamson continued to dominate the women’s race, however the group behind her saw some new faces today with Bethany Thompson and Jennifer Shulz riding in the group with Sonya Looney, Jessica Douglas, and Erin Greene. The race concluded with Williamson, Looney and Greene taking first, second and third, respectively.

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Here is the race video for Stage Four of the Genco MBC which got lost in a space for a day or so. We're thankful it arrived in one piece as it looks to have been another great day in Mongolia.
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Full Race Results and Overall Classifications will be posted at www.mongoliabikechallenge.com shortly.

The 2013 Genco MBC runs from September 1 to 7. The newly re-designed seven stage course is over 850 kilometres long and includes 14,000 metres of climbing.

Early Bird Registration for the 2014 event opens September 8.
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  • + 3
 Great to see more of XC getting a chance here!
  • + 2
 Only 75 k made for a relaxing afternoon. Hmmmm really??
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 go spandex, go niner´s, go uphill. Amazing how these days no matter the person's height, they all ride 29rs in xc, go industry.
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 If the shoe fits...
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 "1400 metres of climbing" seems really normal for these guys.

And it seems nobody is on 26" wheels, too.
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 I didn't realize Mongolia was a town in Saskatchewan.....
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