Incycle / Cannondale Old Town Grand Prix Results

Men Pro Criterium
1st Place 1 61.35 Cory Williams (1 – Pro) Los Angeles, CA 1:22:26 224173 88 Incycle Cannondale p
2nd Place 2 63.00 Sean Mazich (2 – Pro) Yuma, AZ 1:22:26 196405 92 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
3rd Place 3 64.65 Chris Barton (1 – Cat1) Camarillo, CA 1:22:26 185877 18 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
4 66.30 Ansel Dickey (2 – Cat1) Truro, MA 1:22:26 311588 42 California Giant/Spe
5 Sebastian Haedo 1:22:26 12 Jamis Hagens Berman
6 69.60 James LaBerge (3 – Pro) Napa, CA 1:22:26 221376 51 Champion System – St
7 Ryan Roth 1:22:26 134 Silber Pro Cycling
8 72.91 Ricky Morales Colton, CA 1:22:26 110281 83 Puerto Rico
9 74.56 Anthony Canevari (3 – Cat1) Downey, CA 1:22:26 293641 44 Canyon Bicycles – Sh
Team 3rd Place 10 Uliscs Castillo 1:22:26 19 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
11 77.86 Morgan Schmitt (4 – Cat1) Woodinville, WA 1:22:26 189118 45 Canyon Bicycles – Sh
12 79.51 Gregory Brenes Northvale, NJ 1:22:26 428774 6 Jamis Hagens Berman
13 81.16 Peter Disera 1:22:26 438451 73 H&R Block Pro Cyclin
14 82.81 Emerson Oronte (5 – Cat1) Boulder, CO 1:22:26 222542 160 Alto Velo p/b SeaSuc
15 84.46 Brecht Dhaene (4 – Pro) Lake Zurich, IL 1:22:26 421200 26 Astellas Cycling
16 86.11 Travis Samuel 1:22:26 466203 72 H&R Block Pro Cyclin
17 87.76 Jacob Albrecht (6 – Cat1) Soquel, CA 1:22:26 303589 38 California Giant/Spe
18 89.41 Taylor Shelden (7 – Cat1) Louisville, CO 1:22:26 211114 161 Alto Velo p/b SeaSuc
19 91.06 Jon Hornbeck (5 – Pro) Temecula, CA 1:22:26 288624 154 Team Hincapie Racing
20 Matt Green 1:22:26 25 Astellas Cycling
Team 1st Place 21 Orlando Garibay 1:22:26 84 Incycle Cannondale p
22 96.02 Timothy Rugg (6 – Pro) Harrisonburg, VA 1:22:26 280764 103 Lupus Racing Team
23 97.67 Tyler Locke (8 – Cat1) Canyon Country, CA 1:22:26 218099 111 PAA/Empire Bikes
24 99.32 Brad Neagos (7 – Pro) Athens, GA 1:22:26 372580 102 Lupus Racing Team
Team 2nd Place 25 100.97 Alexander Braico (8 – Pro) Golden, CO 1:22:26 459540 95 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
26 102.62 Fabio Calabria Boulder, CO 1:22:26 309410 47 Champion System – St
27 Gevan Samuel 1:22:26 120 Ride with Rendall
28 105.92 Drew Christopher (9 – Pro) Denver, CO 1:22:26 288007 48 Champion System – St
29 107.57 Benjamin Perry 1:22:26 417940 130 Silber Pro Cycling
30 109.22 Alex Cataford 1:22:26 460776 128 Silber Pro Cycling
31 110.87 Zane Torre (9 – Cat1) Costa Mea, CA 1:22:26 287294 136 SoCalCycling.com
32 112.52 Diego Binatena (10 – Cat1) Playa Del Rey, CA 1:22:26 253770 80 Hagens Berman U-23
33 114.17 Chris Winn (11 – Cat1) Ferny Creek Vic 1:22:26 292547 68 GS CIAO
34 Eder Frayre 1:22:26 3 IRT Racing Pro Cycli
Team 2nd Place 35 117.47 Jacob Rathe (10 – Pro) Portland, OR 1:22:26 218686 91 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
36 119.13 Gavriel Epstein (11 – Pro) Englewood, NJ 1:22:26 179451 50 Champion System – St
37 120.78 Federico Canuti 1:22:26 429627 124 Rock Racing
38 122.43 Adam de Vos 1:22:26 405903 74 H&R Block Pro Cyclin
39 124.08 Max Jenkins (12 – Pro) Carmichael, CA 1:22:26 195652 27 Astellas Cycling
40 125.73 Pablo Cruz Albuquerque, NM 1:22:26 466134 125 Rock Racing
41 Derrick St-John 1:22:26 132 Silber Pro Cycling
42 129.03 Kevin Mullervy (13 – Pro) Centennial, CO 1:22:26 237586 54 Champion System – St
43 130.68 Jordan Cheyne 1:22:26 379306 118 Ride with Rendall
44 132.33 Cortlan Brown (14 – Pro) Woods Cross, UT 1:22:26 262949 23 Astellas Cycling
45 133.98 Carson Miller (15 – Pro) Seattle, WA 1:22:26 203931 10 Jamis Hagens Berman
Team 2nd Place 46 135.63 Steve Fisher (16 – Pro) Bellingham, WA 1:22:26 204225 90 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
Team 2nd Place 47 137.28 Joshua Berry (17 – Pro) Sun Valley, ID 1:22:26 228474 94 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
48 138.93 Stefano Barberi (12 – Cat1) Newbury Park, CA 1:22:26 136696 43 Californai Giant/Spe
49 Conor O’Brien 1:22:26 119 Ride with Rendall
50 142.24 David Robertson (13 – Cat1) Rancho Cucamonga, CA 1:22:26 297339 138 SoCalCycling.com
51 143.89 Chad Beyer (14 – Cat1) Tucson, AZ 1:22:26 155190 152 Superissimo
52 145.54 Kyle Murphy (18 – Pro) San Francisco Ca 1:22:26 303659 100 Lupus Racing Team
53 147.19 Cory Greenberg (19 – Pro) Simi Valley, CA 1:22:26 243988 4 IRT Racing Pro Cycli
Team 3rd Place 54 148.84 David Santos (15 – Cat1) El Cajon Ca 1:22:26 278526 13 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
55 150.49 Steven Davis (16 – Cat1) San Diego, CA 1:22:26 256520 139 SoCalCycling.com
56 152.14 Sam Warford (17 – Cat1) Culver City, CA 1:22:26 334408 142 Spy Giant Ride p/b G
57 153.79 Robert Gutgesell 1:22:26 429408 98 Jet Fuel Coffee Cycl
58 155.44 Coulton Hartrich (20 – Pro) Thousand Oaks, CA 1:22:26 286536 1 IRT Racing Pro Cycli
59 157.09 David Arteaga (18 – Cat1) Wailuku, HI 1:22:26 276550 55 Ciant/Crater cycles
Team 3rd Place 60 158.74 Brian McCulloch (19 – Cat1) Yucaipa, CA 1:22:26 169774 17 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
61 Efren Ortega 1:22:26 115 Puerto Rico
Team 2nd Place 62 Gus Morton 1:22:26 93 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
63 Andres Alzate Escobar 1:22:26 53 Champion System – St
64 165.35 Robin Carpenter (21 – Pro) La Jolla, CA 1:22:26 229481 81 Hincapie Racing Team
Team 1st Place 65 167.00 Sergio Hernandez (22 – Pro) Rancho Cucamonga, CA 1:22:44 201874 87 Incycle Cannondale p
66 168.65 Andrew Bosco (20 – Cat1) Alta Loma, CA 1:22:45 215226 144 Spy Giant Ride p/b G
Team 1st Place 67 Franco Font 1:22:51 116 Incycle Cannondale p
Team 2nd Place 68 171.95 Freddie Rodriguez (23 – Pro) Berkeley, CA 1:23:32 30322 96 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
69 Rasmus Andersen 1:23:32 59 DCR
70 175.25 Thomas Jondall (21 – Cat1) Tucson Az 1:23:32 243091 151 Superissimo
Team 1st Place 71 176.90 Diego Sandoval San Ysidro, CA 1:23:32 273807 86 Incycle Cannondale p
72 Walter Trillini 1:23:52 11
73 180.20 Jake King (22 – Cat1) North Garden, VA 1:23:52 231130 36 Californai Giant/Spe
Team 3rd Place 74 181.85 Fabrizio Von Nacher (23 – Cat1) Tustin, CA 1:24:27 394218 15 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
Team 2nd Place 75 183.50 Johnathan Freter (24 – Pro) Columbus, OH 1:25:01 266654 97 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
Team 1st Place 76 Julian Rodas 1:27:21 82 Incycle Cannondale p
DNF Luis Alberto Romero Amaran Albuquerque, NM 288135 5 Jamis Hagens Berman
DNF Adrien Costa Los Altos, CA 296167 39 Californai Giant/Spe

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Stage 2 – San Dimas Hospital Road Race Results

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Robin Carpenter ( Hincapie Racing Team)

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Lex Albrech (Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)

 Mens Pro Race

1 114.41 Robin Carpenter (1 – Pro) La Jolla, CA 3:26:59 229481 81 Hincapie Racing Team
2nd Place 2 115.88 Fabrizio Von Nacher (1 – Cat1) Tustin, CA 3:26:59 394218 15 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
3rd Place 3 117.36 Cory Williams (2 – Pro) Los Angeles, CA 3:26:59 224173 88 Incycle Cannondale p
4 118.83 Fabio Calabria Boulder, CO 3:26:59 309410 47 Champion System – St
5 Sebastian Haedo 3:26:59 12 Jamis Hagens Berman
6 121.78 Zane Torre (2 – Cat1) Costa Mea, CA 3:26:59 287294 136 SoCalCycling.com
7 123.25 Anthony Canevari (3 – Cat1) Downey, CA 3:26:59 293641 44 Canyon Bicycles – Sh
8 124.73 Chad Beyer (4 – Cat1) Tucson, AZ 3:26:59 155190 152 Superissimo
9 Matt Green 3:26:59 25 Astellas Cycling
10 127.67 Jacob Albrecht (5 – Cat1) Soquel, CA 3:26:59 303589 38 California Giant/Spe
11 129.15 Adam de Vos 3:26:59 405903 74 H&R Block Pro Cyclin
12 Eder Frayre 3:26:59 3 IRT Racing Pro Cycli
13 132.09 Ansel Dickey (6 – Cat1) Truro, MA 3:26:59 311588 42 California Giant/Spe
14 133.57 Tyler Locke (7 – Cat1) Canyon Country, CA 3:26:59 218099 111 PAA/Empire Bikes
15 135.04 David Robertson (8 – Cat1) Rancho Cucamonga, CA 3:26:59 297339 138 SoCalCycling.com
16 136.51 Brad Neagos (3 – Pro) Athens, GA 3:26:59 372580 102 Lupus Racing Team
17 137.99 Gavriel Epstein (4 – Pro) Englewood, NJ 3:26:59 179451 50 Champion System – St
18 139.46 Pablo Cruz Albuquerque, NM 3:26:59 466134 125 Rock Racing
19 140.94 Emerson Oronte (9 – Cat1) Boulder, CO 3:26:59 222542 160 Alto Velo p/b SeaSuc
20 142.41 Gregory Brenes Northvale, NJ 3:26:59 428774 6 Jamis Hagens Berman
21 143.88 Benjamin Perry 3:26:59 417940 130 Silber Pro Cycling
22 145.36 Carson Miller (5 – Pro) Seattle, WA 3:26:59 203931 10 Jamis Hagens Berman
23 146.83 Sam Warford (10 – Cat1) Culver City, CA 3:26:59 334408 142 Spy Giant Ride p/b G
24 148.30 Sean Mazich (6 – Pro) Yuma, AZ 3:26:59 196405 92 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
25 149.78 Adrien Costa (11 – Cat1) Los Altos, CA 3:26:59 296167 39 Californai Giant/Spe
26 151.25 Taylor Shelden (12 – Cat1) Louisville, CO 3:26:59 211114 161 Alto Velo p/b SeaSuc
Team 2nd Place 27 Uliscs Castillo 3:26:59 19 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
28 154.20 Cory Greenberg (7 – Pro) Simi Valley, CA 3:26:59 243988 4 IRT Racing Pro Cycli
29 155.67 Federico Canuti 3:26:59 429627 124 Rock Racing
30 157.15 Timothy Rugg (8 – Pro) Harrisonburg, VA 3:26:59 280764 103 Lupus Racing Team
31 158.62 Stefano Barberi (13 – Cat1) Newbury Park, CA 3:26:59 136696 43 Californai Giant/Spe
32 Ryan Roth 3:26:59 134 Silber Pro Cycling
33 161.57 Coulton Hartrich (9 – Pro) Thousand Oaks, CA 3:26:59 286536 1 IRT Racing Pro Cycli
34 163.04 Max Jenkins (10 – Pro) Carmichael, CA 3:26:59 195652 27 Astellas Cycling
35 164.51 Diego Binatena (14 – Cat1) Playa Del Rey, CA 3:26:59 253770 80 Hagens Berman U-23
36 165.99 Jon Hornbeck (11 – Pro) Temecula, CA 3:26:59 288624 154 Team Hincapie Racing
37 167.46 Morgan Schmitt (15 – Cat1) Woodinville, WA 3:26:59 189118 45 Canyon Bicycles – Sh
38 168.93 Chris Winn (16 – Cat1) Ferny Creek Vic 3:26:59 292547 68 GS CIAO
39 170.41 Kyle Murphy (12 – Pro) San Francisco Ca 3:26:59 303659 100 Lupus Racing Team
40 171.88 Alex Cataford 3:26:59 460776 128 Silber Pro Cycling
Team 3rd Place 41 Julian Rodas 3:26:59 82 Incycle Cannondale p
42 174.83 Steve Fisher (13 – Pro) Bellingham, WA 3:26:59 204225 90 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
43 Luis Amaran 3:26:59 5 Jamis Hagens Berman
44 Derrick St-John 3:26:59 132 Silber Pro Cycling
45 179.25 Steven Davis (17 – Cat1) San Diego, CA 3:26:59 256520 139 SoCalCycling.com
46 Gus Morton 3:26:59 93 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
Team 3rd Place 47 Orlando Garibay 3:27:10 84 Incycle Cannondale p
48 183.67 Alexander Braico (14 – Pro) Golden, CO 3:27:10 459540 95 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
49 185.14 Ricky Morales Colton, CA 3:27:14 110281 83 Puerto Rico
50 186.62 Cortlan Brown (15 – Pro) Woods Cross, UT 3:27:23 262949 23 Astellas Cycling
51 188.09 Robert Gutgesell 3:27:42 429408 98 Jet Fuel Coffee Cycl
52 Rasmus Andersen 3:27:42 59 DCR
53 191.04 Travis Samuel 3:27:50 466203 72 H&R Block Pro Cyclin
54 192.51 Andrew Bosco (18 – Cat1) Alta Loma, CA 3:28:32 215226 144 Spy Giant Ride p/b G
55 193.99 Kevin Mullervy (16 – Pro) Centennial, CO 3:28:32 237586 54 Champion System – St
56 Andres Alzate Escobar 3:28:32 53 Champion System – St
57 196.93 Drew Christopher (17 – Pro) Denver, CO 3:28:32 288007 48 Champion System – St
58 Conor O’Brien 3:28:32 119 Ride with Rendall
59 199.88 David Arteaga (19 – Cat1) Wailuku, HI 3:28:32 276550 55 Ciant/Crater cycles
Team 3rd Place 60 Franco Font 3:28:32 116 Incycle Cannondale p
Team 2nd Place 61 202.83 Brian McCulloch (20 – Cat1) Yucaipa, CA 3:28:32 169774 17 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
Team 3rd Place 62 204.30 Sergio Hernandez (18 – Pro) Rancho Cucamonga, CA 3:28:32 201874 87 Incycle Cannondale p
63 205.78 James LaBerge (19 – Pro) Napa, CA 3:28:32 221376 51 Champion System – St
64 207.25 Jake King (21 – Cat1) North Garden, VA 3:28:32 231130 36 Californai Giant/Spe
65 208.72 Brecht Dhaene (20 – Pro) Lake Zurich, IL 3:30:19 421200 26 Astellas Cycling
66 Gevan Samuel 3:30:29 120 Ride with Rendall
67 211.67 Jacob Rathe (21 – Pro) Portland, OR 3:30:34 218686 91 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
68 213.14 Peter Disera 3:32:23 438451 73 H&R Block Pro Cyclin
69 214.62 Freddie Rodriguez (22 – Pro) Berkeley, CA 3:33:07 30322 96 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
70 216.09 Johnathan Freter (23 – Pro) Columbus, OH 3:33:27 266654 97 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
71 Efren Ortega 3:33:27 115 Puerto Rico
Team 3rd Place 72 219.04 Diego Sandoval San Ysidro, CA 3:33:27 273807 86 Incycle Cannondale p
73 220.51 Joshua Berry (24 – Pro) Sun Valley, ID 3:34:44 228474 94 Jelly Belly P/B Maxx
74 221.98 Jordan Cheyne 3:34:44 379306 118 Ride with Rendall
Team 2nd Place 75 223.46 Chris Barton (22 – Cat1) Camarillo, CA 3:36:56 185877 18 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo
76 224.93 Thomas Jondall (23 – Cat1) Tucson Az 3:36:56 243091 151 Superissimo
Team 2nd Place 77 226.41 David Santos (24 – Cat1) El Cajon, CA 3:36:56 278526 13 KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo

 

 

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Race Report: Castaic Road Race (Men’s P12)

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Words by: Robing Carpenter (Hincapie Racing Team)

By mid-march it seemed to be getting late into the road racing season (by California standards anyway), and I was getting a little nervous about how my fitness would stand up in the notoriously hard SoCal racing. The Redlands Bicycle Classic is my Hincapie Racing Team’s first objective, and I wanted to test the legs and get some speed in before starting a bigger, more important race. Local races like the Chuck Pontius Omnium are perfect for that. Especially here in California where local talent runs deep.

The course was an out and back on a local highway that included one small climb on the way out, a long descent, a long gently climbing section to the turn-around, and then a 10-minute climb halfway back to the start/finish line.

I expected the race to be a bit chaotic, seeing as KHS-Maxxis-Velo was the only team that came with more than a couple riders. When Phil Gaimon (Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies) jokingly asked what my race plan was, I said I would sit and wait; I would bide my time.

I was being truthful, but my instincts took over and I starting racing aggressively only a few minutes into the 83 mile ordeal.

Individual riders tried to make the race hard early on; either attacking or just riding hard at the front up the climbs. The accelerations immediately split the field only 7 km in. Shortly thereafter, a front group of around 15 riders formed after multiple attacks. I stayed within the first 10 riders the entire time and, in a moment of inspiration, attacked near the first turn-around, taking Chris Barton (KHS-Maxxis-Velo) with me. We got a small amount of separation quickly and I made sure to keep the pressure on as it would be hard for the group of mostly individual riders to work together. It’s easy to make the mistake of settling into a rhythm in a breakaway too soon, before the gap is big enough.

Just before the long climb on the way back a trio of riders: Julian Rodas (Incycle-Cannondale), Efren Flores (Spy Giant Ride- p/b GQ 6), and I think Fabrizio von Nacher (KHS-Maxxis-Velo) soon joined us. Everyone seemed willing to work, although Rodas looked the most motivated to ride hard.

The group felt like it was working well, and we had a sizeable gap to the next group but I was still worried. I wasn’t sure if Phil Gaimon or some of the other UCI Continental riders would try to bridge. I was confident that I could win from the group I was in, but not if a lot of guys bridged up to us.

Strangely, my group started to lose its cohesiveness at the start of the second lap. Rodas accelerated on climbs creating gaps that the other riders did not want to fill. Eventually the Incycle rider threw in a real attack, and I followed. We were joined briefly by both KHS riders but Barton quickly dropped off our pace as the road tilted up. His teammate (I believe, Von Nacher) started sitting on but eventually took brief turns once he realized his teammate was losing ground rather than gaining.

At this point the race became simple: keep the pace consistent, and keep an eye on the time gaps at turn-arounds to make sure no one was gaining.

By the long climb on the second lap the remaining KHS rider had stopped working forcing Rodas and I to get rid of him. With the pace lifted, the Incycle rider and I forged ahead with a healthy to gap to the shattered remains of the race behind. By this time though I was beginning to feel the effects of the warm, dry weather and lack of consistent feeding. My jersey was caked with salt, and my breakaway companion’s jersey showed a similar crystalline texture. The last lap mostly consisted of our pace continuously fading as we took shorter and shorter pulls.

My breakaway companion suggested that we wait until the bottom of the finishing hill to race each other, presumably meaning that we should work together to maintain our advantage until the last minute.

It was a short-lived agreement.

We continued to attack each other, but we were both so dehydrated that it felt like trying to beat somebody up with a pool noodle. Neither of us had any snap left. I really wasn’t sure of my ability to beat him on the finish because my legs had been on the edge of cramping for miles. And I knew that at the first sign of an attack they would lock up instantly. Fortunately, Rodas decided to lead into the climb and when it came time to jump, he mostly just…didn’t. I sprinted away from him as I watched both of my quads cramping around the knee.

My Hincapie Racing teammates swept the podium at this race last year. This was my first event of the year. I was very happy to win, but also a little surprised! The depth of talent in California is far greater than the cold Northeast, especially early in the year, and I take it as a good sign that my training has been more than satisfactory.

I’m already looking forward to the San Dimas Stage Race next weekend!

Robin Carpenter lives in San Diego, CA.

Race Report: Chuck Pontius Criterium (Men’s P12)

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Going into the Chuck Pontius Memorial Criterium the team was still riding the high from David Santos’s California/Nevada State Championship Jersey Win the day before. With a full squad in attendance, the team was ready for multiple scenarios. Added wind, a dynamic course, and a small field made the 60 minutes of racing extra challenging. In the finish, Fabrizio Von Nacher took the win and his report from the race is below:

“The team plan for Chuck Pontius criterium was to get in a break and be aggressive. As the race started, my teammates and I started launching attacks. After a couple of hard efforts I realized that I needed to calm down and let the field get tired. After following wheels, I saw an opportunity to go. Ulises Castillo came with me and we were off the front together.

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

After a few laps off the front I had a mechanical, but I had a free lap and thankfully I was right by the pits when it happened. The next lap I caught back to Ulises, but the field was closing the gap to us. In the next lap, I saw a group of four riders bridging up to Ulises and me. In that break was Griffin Easter from Airgas and Jesse Anthony from Optum. Our teammates Chris Barton and Shawn Wayland were coming with them as well.

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

When the four chasers caught us, we began to roll the break away. In the final laps, my teammates and I started attacking the Optum and the Airgas riders. With 2 laps to go, Chris Barton got away and after letting Airgas and Optum chase for half a lap, I decided to launch my attack. Chris and I came out of the last turn 1-2 and we were able to hold it to the finish. Ulises was able to stay away from the other two breakaway riders in the sprint to make a perfect podium for KHS-Maxxis-JLVelo! 

Thank you to all my teammates for a great weekend and hard work. Thank you also to all the sponsors and staff that make this program possible!”

Photo Credit: Danny Munson

Thank you to our sponsors: KHS Bicycles, Maxxis Tires, JLVelo, Serfas, Shimano, Velo Saddles, Praxis Works, Xpedo Pedals, Kali Protectives, NDXSports, Bike Religion, Bicycle Blue Book, WD-40 BIKE, Chamois Butt’r, Cycling Illustrated, Rennie & Associates, Kramp Krushers, Ultra Cycle, and Q2.

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