Crawford, Tonione score Soldotna Cycle Series victories

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, July 17, 2016 12:00am
  • Sports

Mike Crawford and Ashley Tonione were the victors in the third Soldotna Cycle Series race, held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Crawford was the first men’s finisher, tackling the six-mile course with 544 feet of elevation gain and loss in 21 minutes, 19 seconds. Nathan Kincaid was next at 22 minutes, 20 seconds.

Tonione was the top women’s rider, coming in at 29:29. Simone Owens was next at 31:13.

The results follow:

1. Mike Crawford 21:19; 2. Nathan Kincaid 22:20; 3. Brian Beeson 22:26; 4. Eric Willets 23:24; 5. Tyle Owens 24:00; 6. Matt Neisinger 24:08; 7. Dave Edwards Smith 24:17 – Fat Bike; 8. Tommy Kobylarz 25:08; 9. Scott Huff 25:38; 10. Kevin Lauver 26:05; 11. Will Morrow 26:12; 12. Aiden Willets 26:13; 13. Jamie Nelson 26:20; 14. Ryan Nelson 27:10; 15. Mike Tallent 27:35; 16. Ed Schmitt 27:38; 17. Carl Kincaid 28:44 – Fat Bike; 18. Ashley Tonione 29:29 – 1st Place Womens; 19. Peter DiCarlo 30:35; 20. Simone Owens 31:13 – 2nd Place Womens, Fat Bike; 21. Jen Showalter 31:15 – 3rd Place Womens, Fat Bike; 22. James Showalter 32:12 – Fat Bike; 23. Landen Showalter 32:18.00 – 1st Place Junior; 24. Dylan Hogue 32:18.01 – 2nd Place Junior; 25. Trevor Slaughter 32:18.02 – 3rd Place Junior.

26. Morgan Aldridge 33:06; 27. Darrell Kincaid 38:56 – Fat Bike; 28. Ethan Hogue 42:56; 29. Jordan Ruffner 43:01; 30. Doug Hogue 43:02 – Fat Bike; 31. Tanner Penrod 43:56; 32. Robert Carson 45:24; 33. Rob Carson 45:25 – Fat Bike; 34. Wanda Kincaid – 1 Lap, Fat Bike.

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