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Race Report: Cascadia Dirt Cup - Tiger Mountain

Sep 23, 2015
by Eric Ashley  
 
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Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kristian Duft puts in an aggressive start to the day on Predator (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Round five of the Shimano Cascadia Dirt Cup presented by Cannondale headed to Tiger Mountain, Issaquah, for a day of enthusiastic racing and the series finals. Tiger Mountain is where the CDC had its first race, so it's a bit like coming home when the series races here. As an added bonus, this ended up being the first full-pull race on the Department of Natural Resource's freshly completed downhill trail Predator.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Jake Hightower dealing with the roots on Off The Grid (Junior Men 17 & Under).

Predator is Tiger Mountain's first downhill trail (one-way bike traffic only) and features a raucous blend of everything. Slippery roots and rocks play leap-frog with deep berms and high-speed tabletops. All of which add a welcome flavor of gnar to one of the area's most popular riding destinations. The DNR hired Evergreen Mountain Alliance to build the trail and more than 5,000 hours of volunteer time went into its completion under the tutelage of Bryan Connolly, EMBA's lead trail builder. The finished product is an aggressive and challenging trail that throws riders around as they battle their way downhill.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Top - Tabletop through the trees. Colin Kresbach (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

With Predator opening to the public one week before the race, Series Director Trey Wilson decided that the Sport and Junior categories would only race Predator's less technical bottom section. This controversial decision was made because of the short amount of available practice time, overall technical difficulty of the trail, and the wide range of abilities in those categories. The call wasn't universally well received, but what's racing without some dissenters? Grumbling aside, the weekend was stacking up to be a great event complete with a waiting list of hopeful participants.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Annie Craig puts her number plate on amid a sea of shredding machines (Expert Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kicking rocks is bad. After breaking his toe during the week, Luke Strobel was just looking to hold down a respectable time and take the overalls (Pro Men).

Racer's were divided up into groups 'A' and 'B' with the former consisting of Sport and Junior categories. Group A completed the race stages one, two, three, four, and an abbreviated five. Pros and Experts formed up Group B and ran the courses five, one, two, three, four. Which allowed them to get the gnar out of the way at the start - racer's could also switch out a full face helmet and any armor at the staging area after the run down Predator if they chose. Stages one and five rewarded high-speed aggressive riding while stages two, three, and four favored energy conservation or the ability to maintain momentum. In total the course involved 22 to 25 miles and 3,500 to 4,500 ft of climbing depending on one's group.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  It's safe to say that Cliff Bar has one of the best travel rigs you'll see.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Scott McClave (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Thankfully the over precipitation that has plagued the series decided to lay off for the finals, and small patches of mist were the closest mother nature came to raining on the race. This boon of favorable weather did not go unnoticed by the riders who were better able to focus on racing instead of merely surviving the elements.

Coming into the finals Luke Strobel had a good lead in Pro Men, but a broken toe had him content with putting in a respectable time to hold down the overalls. Scott Kemp was in second, followed by Lars Sternberg, Charlie Sponsel, and Neal Strobel who had a three way split for third. Emily Sabelhaus was unchallenged in the Pro Women category and Jason Eiswald had a lead over Jimmy Cloherty and Layton Meyers for Junior Men. The Cascadia Dirt Cup requires that riders compete in three races before they are in the running for the overalls. Final scores are tallied from points from a rider's best four races.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Edge & Spoke was on site to keep racer's bikes running throughout the day.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Jason Eiswald checking his cables at the line-up for transition one. Eiswald's third place finish carried him to the top of the overalls (Junior Men 17 & Under).

RACE RESULTS

Aaron Bradford put in the fastest time of the day, trailed a few second by Luke Strobel - who did put in a respectable enough time to clinch the overalls. Logan Wetzel came in third, followed by Neal Strobel and Charlie Sponsel. Emily Sabelhaus placed fourth behind Andi Zolton, Bekah Rottenberg, and Leana Gerrard. Karen O'Connel had her best Pro Women finish of the season, taking fifth. Scott Funston topped the podium for Junior Men ahead of Jimmy Cloherty, Jason Eiswald, Bryce Kans, and Brayden Buchanan. Eiswald managed to retain just enough lead in the points to finish first in the overalls.

Full Results Here and Overalls here.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  And they're off! Sport Master Men 30-39 start the long pedal up transition one.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Adam Kollgaard (Sport Senior Men 18-29).

While points, ranks, and times will always be the meter by which we race, there's more to the story of mountain bike racing. The Cascadia Dirt Cup continues to hit that target by blending heartfelt competition with an even stronger sense camaraderie amongst riders. They do that through a passion for everything mountain biking, an earnest group of volunteers, generous sponsors, and a wealth of fantastic Pacific Northwest locations.

The wheel's don't stop turning for the CDC, expect to hear the schedule for next year in October or November. Hope to see you next year.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kyle Thackray finding flow and smiles on Off The Grid (Sport Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Mark De Chadenedes (Sport Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Looking to get things started, Neal Strobel was the first Pro rider up the transition (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Logan Wetzel rounds the first turn on Predator (Pro Men). Wetzel finished third at the end of the day.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kyle Gillespie (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Charlie Sponsel riding poised as always (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Luke Strobel starting into Predator, perhaps feeling some grief from his broken toe (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Nathan Hoch (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Nick Tuttle (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kim Eakin plays at another level when it comes to aerodynamics/cable clearance with the number plates (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Logan Roy ended the season on a high note with his first win and second in the overalls (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  The top of Predator's slick layer of organic on top of clay didn't favor Minions.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Matt Seeman (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Harrison Gill riding toward a fifth place finish (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Roots, the quintessential mark of the Pacific Northwest. Michael Thompson (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Nick Shepherd (Expert Master Men 30-39) closes in on Pedro Salas (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kevin Foss lines up on this long plunging berm on Predator (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  There's shop straight and there's race straight. Chris Calhoun takes a moment to set things right after a small spill (Expert Master Men 40-49).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Lee Peterson (Expert Veteran Men 40-49).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Chris Bentley took second for his best finish of the season (Expert Veteran Men 49-49).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Caution, lest you forget. Justin Sheldon (Expert Veteran Men 40-49).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Steven Cloherty unclips somewhere in a wall of roots (Expert Veteran Men 40-49).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Paul Doty came in seven seconds back to take second (Hardtail Open).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Leana Gerrard making good time on Predator on her way to third (Pro Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Andi Zolton beat out Bekah Rottenberg by five second to take the win (Pro Female).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Three things every accomplished trail builder needs; a shovel, dirt, and a sense of humor.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  A few old giants still dotted the course. Karen O'Connell headed to fifth (Pro Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  The "Dr. Rockso" exit garnered a lot of attention from racers and spectators alike. Ady Bee Lane (Expert Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Left - Julie Crittenden (Expert Women). Right - Emily Sabelhaus (Pro Women) drops in past @chrismcfarlandphotography - who received his own love-punch to the ribs from Predator a few days earlier. Sabelhaus took fourth on Saturday and first in the overalls.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Mobile dance parties are all the rage, even if it's just for one.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Aaron Bradford makes a strong exit through the rock garden on East Tiger Summit Trail (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Nick Shepherd charging down Off The Grid (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Kyle Hanley (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Off the Grid is mostly downhill, but there are a few climbs that are quickly felt.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Colin Krebsbach (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Justin Vance (Hardtail Open).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Jason Konieczka making the 180 into lower Off The Grid (Expert Veteran Men 40-49). Konieczka finished seventh.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Hannah Neubeck (Expert Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Annie Craig finds one of the day's only beams of sunlight (Expert Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Leana Gerrard (Pro Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  The bottom of stage three offered ribbons of singletrack through a quiet and dark forest. Logan Roy (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Neal Strobel didn't let a rendezvous with a tree at the recent OES put him off for the race (Pro Men). Strobel finished fourth and took second in the overalls.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Luke Strobel finished the day five seconds back to take second - securing him the season overalls (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Patrick Dunn (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  This loose-and-low approach earned Kristian Duft second on Saturday and third in the overalls.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Pedro del Busto comes to a relaxed stop after a very pedally stage (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Aaron Bradford making quick work of Fully Rigid (Pro Men). Bradford lead a competitive pack of Pro Men, ending five seconds up at the end of the day.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Charlie Sponsel had no time for slow maneuvers on Fully Rigid (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Logan Wetzel puts in an unorthodox lead-with-the-head on this off camber turn (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Clinton Fowler (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  It's not all fun and games. Left - Susan Walsh throws on the brakes at the scene of last year's concussion (Sport Veteran Women 40+). Blurry to the right - Matthew Moravec has one of the hardest falls I've seen this season (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Matt Salladay (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Preston Peterson finished sixth and came in fifth for the overalls (Expert Veteran Men 40-49).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Joy Ride is all about maintaining speed through awkward turns. George Peck (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Right - A determined Desmond Burke completed a few stages without a chain (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Erik Nilson on Joy Ride. Nilson took fifth for the overalls (Pro Men).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Bobby Burken (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  A tired Matt Seeman recovers from an overcooked turn on the final stage (Expert Senior Men 18-29).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Andi Zolton practices the 'Rider Down Rule' to verify the photographer is okay (Pro Women).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Jason Queen (Expert Veteran Men 40-49) and Jameson Florence (Expert Master Men 30-39). Both Queen and Florence finished third in their categories.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Michael Thompson avoids one of the rogue enduro-lines that always seem to pop up (Expert Master Men 30-39).

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  It's a long pedal back to the staging area along the Northwest Timber Trail

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Julie Kozier receives a rendition of Happy Birthday (Sport Veteran Women 40+). The birthday girl also won a set of carbon rims from the raffle.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Series presenter, Cannonade Bikes brought this Jekyll 3 to send home with a lucky raffle winner.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Predator's lead trail builder, Bryan Connolly, receives a check on behalf of Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance for the trails - demonstrating the 'giving back to the trails' approach that encouraged Cannondale to support the CDC series.

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Pro Women Podium: Andi Zolton, Bekah Rottenberg, Leana Gerrard (not pictured), Emily Sabelhaus, and Karen O'Connell

Cascadia Dirt Cup Finals 2015 Tiger Mountain Issaquah WA.
  Pro Men Podium: Aaron Bradford, Luke Strobel, Logan Wetzel, Neal Strobel, and Charlie Sponsel.


MENTIONS: @ericashley / @shimano / @Cannondale

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42 Comments

  • + 11
 Evergreen rocks! Predator is the best example of what a true trail advocacy organization can do when they have the will and the skill. I'm glad I was able to put some time in on building it this summer but my contribution pales in comparison to some of ya. Now to find out if I can survive riding it all winter Smile
  • + 8
 Roger that! I might have put in ten hours of work on Predator this summer, but multiply my 500 shovelfuls of dirt by how many hundreds of volunteers Evergreen can muster, and the potential for trail building is huge. The trail is sweet, definitely separates the men/women from the boys/girls.
  • + 1
 Hiya Locals, what is the weather like at Tiger Mountain around New Years time? Is it high enough that it gets snow or is is close enough to the bay that it stays warmish? Thanks! Hoping it could be a great vacation end of this year.
  • + 2
 The Tiger Summit is high enough that there's snow. It's just above 3000', IIRC. I know that when I lived out there, I encountered snow heading up to the summit trail a couple of times. That's the weird part about Seattle and the surrounding area; there's this (usually) 1500' cutoff for the snow; sometimes it drops lower, but that's typically the cutoff elevation. There were only 2 or 3 times when I lived at 650' or lower when we had significant snow that I can remember, and that's over a 10 year period of living out there.
  • + 1
 Forecasts are calling for another warm fall and winter so there may not be snow but Tiger gets significantly more rainfall than surrounding areas and used to be closed seasonally. They are trying to keep at least some of the trails open year round but you may be shut out from the higher stuff on the mountain. I don't know if I'd plan a trip around Tiger in December/January.
  • + 2
 Duthie and Tokul tend to fare a bit better in winter...
  • + 1
 @DrPete agree and the climbing penalty at Tokul, while still present, isn't as formidable as Tiger. Cat 1's had a crazy amount of climbing to do!
  • + 1
 Thanks for the feedback guys! We may still go bc I have a friend in Seattle (free lodging) and its a reasonable drive from Oakland (3 or 4 tanks of gas tops). I guess it will depend on how El Nino winter has been up to that point.
  • + 6
 Here in the CO front range, we could really use some help convincing local park managers to allow us to build mtb trails like those at Tiger Mountain and Duthie. Seriously, you guys don't know how good you've got it with the ability to build one-way dh mtb trails, especially technical ones like Predator and progressive ones like Duthie hill. I mean gap jumps, seriously? We can't even build a 5 foot table top in the Front Range.

I think the key might be as easy as figuring out how to change management of our local mtb trail organizations. Pretty sure that even if the parks said "build whatever you want" our local trail orgs wouldn't have a freaking clue what to do. Please come down here and help us!
  • + 1
 Even just the same trails we have now, but one-way would be such a huge improvement.
  • + 10
 It's all due to the incredible Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, constant lobbying, grant writing, and building.
  • + 5
 Maybe CO has the opposite problem - too many people concerned about how to use land for recreation, with competing interests. One of the Evergreen guys who maintains trails near my house said they kept showing up to the county meetings in force, with dozens of volunteers ready to work, thus visually showing who the people who cared most about access really were. They literally outnumbered the "horse people" and "fish people" so the county let them start working on trails. However CO might have equal representation between bikers and other groups.
  • + 2
 I finally got around to riding this trail over the weekend, and I have to say I am absolutely blown away by this trail. To have an officially sanctioned trail as technical as Predator on public land is an incredible accomplishment, but to execute it as well as they did is a feat unto itself - this is one of the most fun trails I've ridden anywhere. There are so many opportunities to create flow or find a better line. If you make a mistake, within a couple turns you can get back into the rhythm. Not feeling it? still going to have a blast without gapping things.

Hats off to Evergreen for a job well done.
  • + 7
 Awesome race! The organization, the trails and the weather could not have been better. Thanks for a great experience for my first Enduro race on US soil. See you at a few more next year!
  • + 9
 Did that sign read hikers yield to mountain bikes??
  • + 3
 Why yes it did.
  • + 5
 There's also a few that read bike only.
  • + 5
 CDC, you guys made the right decision with the course setup despite the grumbling ahead of time. The mountain can really dish out a heaping helping of hurt. At least this way everyone was able to experience the new trail. Now, can we get earlier start times next year? It felt like brunch with Sponsel going out at 11.
  • + 2
 Thanks!!! And yes, earlier start times indeed.
  • + 2
 How do I get my hands on some of the shirts you had for sale in the pits?
Great photos and write up Eric!
  • + 4
 Thanks for putting on another stellar race CDC! Also, thanks Eric and Chris for taking such great photos! Predator is by far one of the most fun trails I've ridden on a trail bike. Lots of variety and challenges but not too difficult for mere mortals like myself.
  • + 6
 Evergreen is killing it with tiger. The new trail is absolutly amazing. Good work dudes! Im sure this race was a blast. Wish i could've raced it.
  • + 4
 This race capped off my first season of enduro and I'm totally hooked. Gives me motivation to train hard and come back faster next season. Smile Congrats to Trey and the rest of the CDC team on an amazing series.
  • + 3
 How do people ride without glasses or eye protection of some sort? Blows me away seems like whenever I ride without any within 15 minutes there are 4 bugs in my eye.
  • + 2
 Fenders. And squinting.
  • + 1
 It's so easy to damage your eyes permanently, people use cheap crappy eye wear that distorts their vision and think all lenses are like that, just invest the money in a pair of Oakley ANSI z87.1 glasses. Cheap Smith and Spy stuff usually doesn't have the z87.1 cert.
  • + 1
 When its really wet and muddy, lenses get covered too quickly to keep clear vision, even with tearoffs. Without goggles or glasses, at least you can squint or blink. Works really well when paired with a fender. I ride with eye protection in all other conditions, the moving air makes me tear up without them.
  • + 1
 I second this... Last summer I took a very minor spill but my bike kept tumbling through the air and I took a saddle to the face after I landed. The hit was hard enough to fracture my eye socket (orbital blowout fracture), requiring surgery. My surgeon told me that without eye protection the risk of a ruptured eyeball from that injury is around 40%. If it's wet and sloppy enough that I need to take my eye protection off I usually just bag the ride.
  • + 1
 I literally can't ride with eye wear. It sucks and is scary sometimes but I manage to be pretty fast and have just learned to dodge shit with my face
  • + 5
 Stellar race coverage Eric.
  • + 2
 OMG. My home trails. I recognize all those folks on the podium, and now I don't feel so bad getting passed like I was standing still. Great photos AND writeup.
  • + 3
 Venue, weather, event , riders, it was a epic day of riding (solid)
  • + 1
 Correction: Brayden Buchanan placed fifth for Junior Men on Saturday instead of Anthony Palandri as reported. Palandri placed fifth in the overalls.
  • + 1
 Duft is on a Trek, did'nt know Fanatik sold Treks?
  • + 1
 It's nice to know I wasn't the only chainless rider at points!
  • + 1
 Everything about that day was soiled
  • + 1
 What do you mean?
  • + 6
 Correction (solid)
  • + 1
 Brayden Buchanan got fifth not Anthony
  • + 1
 Thanks for the catch. I'll see if a correction can be made to the article.

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