Crawford takes Freezer Food victory

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, February 4, 2018 12:38am
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Mike Crawford took the victory in Freezer Food Series Week 8, winning a cyclocross-inspired fat bike race in 21 minutes, 26 seconds, with Brian Beeson taking second at 26:39.

Jen Showalter was the first woman across the line, finishing at 33:50, while Morgan Aldridge was next at 36:20.

The series continues Wednesday with the Beaver Bones Challenge, with the herringbone required for the uphill climb on the Beaver Loop. Registration is at 5:30 p.m., with the race starting 30 minutes later.

Freezer Food Series Week 8

Cyclocross-Fat Bike Ride

1. Mike Crawford, 21 minutes, 26 seconds; 2. Brian Beeson, 26:39; 3. Jon Iannaconne, 30:14; 4. Landen Showalter, 33:17; 5. Jen Showalter, 33:50; 6. Morgan Aldridge, 36:20; 7. Bobbi Lay, 40:16.

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