Craford, Brennan take Soldotna Cycle Series 6

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 6, 2016 1:00am
  • Sports

Mike Crawford and Angie Brennan triumphed on a rainy evening at Tsalteshi Trails in the sixth Soldotna Cycle Series race of the season.

For the first time all season, the race featured a one-lap course. The course was 6.17 miles long and had 554 feet of elevation gain and loss. Crawford crossed at 27 minutes, 33 seconds, for the victory, while Brian Beeson was next at 28:55. Brennan was the top woman, and 10th rider overall, at 32:40. Ashley Tonione was the next woman at 36:52. The top youth racer was Aiden Willets at 34:19.

The series continues Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails, with racing starting at 6:15 p.m.

Soldotna Cycle Series No. 6

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Mike Crawford 27:33; 2. Brian Beeson 28:55; 3. Nathan Kincaid 30:18; 4. Dave Edwards-Smith 30:36 – Fat Bike; 5. Tyle Owens 31:12; 6. Eric Willets 32:16; 7. Levi Thomet 32:27; 8. Jamie Nelson 32:35; 9. Kevin Lauver 32:38; 10. Angie Brennan* 32:40 – 1st Place Womens; 11. Ryan Nelson 32:41; 12. Scott Huff 33:15; 13. Carl Kincaid 34:11 – Fat Bike; 14. Aiden Willets 34:19 – 1st Place Youth; 15. Rob Carson* 35:34 – Fat Bike; 16. Peter DiCarlo 36:22 – Fat Bike; 17. Ashley Tonione 36:52 – 2nd Place Womens; 18. Allie Ostrander 37:24 – 3rd Place Womens, Muddiest Rider Cookie; 19. Danny Romman 37:39; 20. Jen Showalter 37:44; 21. Trevor Slaughter 37:54 – 2nd Place Youth; 22. Matt Neisinger 39:15 – Fat Bike; 23. Megan Anderson 39:24; 24. Jen Tabor 39:34; 25. John Tabor 39:34.

26. Dan Balmer 39:48; 27. Dylan Hogue 39:49 – 3rd Place Youth; 28. Simone Owens* 40:17; 29. James Showalter 43:42 – Fat Bike; 30. Tor Dahl 45:18; 31. Landen Showalter 46:20; 32. Darrell Kincaid 52:02; 33. Tanner Penrod 54:29; 34. Ethan Hogue 55:33; 35. Doug Hogue 55:34; 36. Tyler Cox – DNF.

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