Beeson, Aldridge, Showalter win at Chainwreck Cyclocross Series

Beeson, Aldridge, Showalter win at Chainwreck Cyclocross Series

Brian Beeson, Morgan Aldridge and Landen Showalter came out on top of the third race of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

In cyclocross, racers complete as many laps as possible, but can’t start another lap after a time limit. Beeson rode five laps in 32:17 to take the victory, while Dave Edwards-Smith was second with five laps in 32:50 and Nathan Kincaid was third with five laps in 33:06.

Aldridge was the top woman’s rider, and fourth overall, by completing five laps in 33:10, while Jen Showalter was second with five laps in 37:48 and Patty Moran was third with five laps in 39:47.

Landen Showalter was the top youth rider, completing five laps in 34:42, while Dylan Hogue was second with five laps in 38:30 and Robert Carson was third with four laps in 34:11.

Will Morrow was the top singlespeed rider at four laps in 32:35.

The fourth week of the season will take place off the Kalifornsky Beach trail head at what is known as the spaghetti bowl, which is where the goat, bear and wolverine trails meet. Registration is at 5:45 p.m., while racing is at 6:15 p.m.

1. Brian Beeson – 32:17 (5) 1st Place Men; 2. Dave Edwards-Smith – 32:50 (5) 2nd Place Men; 3. Nathan Kincaid – 33:06 (5) 3rd Place Men; 4. Morgan Aldridge – 33:10 (5) 1st Place Women; 5. Tom Kobylarz – 34:12 (5) Men; 6. Jeff McDonald – 34:18 (5) Men; 7. Rob Carson – 34:37 (5) Men; 8. Landen Showalter – 34:42 (5) 1st Place Youth; 9. Dan McIntosh – 35:07 (5) Men; 10. Jeff Helminiak – 35:08 (5) Men; 11. Mark Beeson – 35:32 (5) Men; 12. John Pothast – 35:48 (5) Men; 13. Jen Showalter – 37:48 (5) 2nd Place Women; 14. Dylan Hogue – 38:30 (5) 2nd Place Youth; 15. Tor Dahl – 39:11 (5) Men; 16. Patty Moran – 39:47 (5) 3rd Place Women; 17. Will Morrow – 32:35 (4) 1st Place Singlespeed Men; 18. Dana McDonald – 33:40 (4) Women; 19. CO Rudstrom – 33:41 (4) Men; 20. John Tabor – 33:52 (4) Men; 21. Robert Carson – 34:11 (4) 3rd Place Youth; 22. Jen Tabor – 34:31 (4) Women; 23. Madison McDonald – 34:35 (4) Youth; 24. Alicia Kincaid – 36:14 (4) Women; 25. Cindy Miller – 36:52 (4) Women.

26. Audrey McDonald – 37:44 (4) Youth; 27. Darrell Kincaid – 38:52 (4) Men; 28. Jane Adkins – 39:55 (4) Women; 29. James Showalter – 40:24 (4) Men; 30. Ranger Fox – 33:00 (3) Men; 31. Ollie Dahl – 33:07 (3+1) Youth; 32. Nels Dahl – 33:08 (3+1) Youth; 33. Sheilah Margaret Pothast – 37:42 (3) Women; 34. Alexis Collins – 35:.7 (3) Youth; 35. Aiden Collins – 26:36 (2) Youth; 36. Cassie Collins – 26:36 (2) Women.

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