Beeson, Kiviat take Soldotna Cycle Series Week 4 race

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 23, 2016 11:00pm
  • Sports

Brian Beeson and Leah Kiviat were the top riders at the fourth race of the year in the Soldotna Cycle Series.

Beeson finished at 24 minutes, 6 seconds, to lead the men, while Kiviat was at 26:34 to lead the women.

The race featured a fast lap and a slow lap, and riders could choose which one they wanted to do first.

The series continues Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails, with registration at 5:50 p.m. and racing at 6:15.

The complete results follow:

1. Brian Beeson 24 minutes, 6 seconds; 2. Tony Eskelin 25:01; 3. Nathan Kincaid 25:54; 4. Eric WIllets 26:04; 5. Matt Niesinger 26:05; 6. Tyle Owens 26:06 *Cookie Winner; 7. Leah Kiviat 26:34 – 1st Place Women’s; 8. Tommy Kobylarz 26:44; 9. Kevin Lauver 27:09; 10. Dave Edwards-Smith 27:11 – Fat Bike; 11. Jamie Nelson 28:19; 12. Aiden Willets 28:29; 13. Angie Brennan 28:38 – 2nd Place Women’s; 14. Ryan Nelson 29:26 *Cookie Winner; 15. Will Morrow 30:07; 16. Peter DiCarlo 30:15; 17. Carl Kincaid 30:29 – Fat Bike; 18. Mike Tallent 30:29.5; 19. John Tabor 32:18; 20. Jennifer Tabor 32:22 – 3rd Place Womens; 21. Jen Showalter 32:30 – Fat Bike; 22. Ashley Tonione 32:42 *Cookie Winner; 23. Danny Romman 33:54; 24. Justin Broyles 34:43; 25. Simone Owens 36:35 – Fat Bike.

26. Dylan Hogue 36:37 – 1st Place Youth; 27. Landen Showalter 37:00 – 2nd Place Youth; 28. Trevor Slaughter 40:57 – 3rd Place Youth; 29. Tanner Penrod 47:29; 30. Ethan Hogue 48:07; 31. Doug Hogue 48:08; 32. Matt Brown 49:12; 33. Robert Carson 49:27; 34. Rob Carson 49:27; 35. Darrell Kincaid 28:40 – Long Lap; 36. Capra Edwards Smith 18:01 – Short Lap.

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