Crawford wins 1st Soldotna Cycle Series race of season

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 2, 2016 6:12pm
  • Sports

Mike Crawford crossed the line first in Soldotna Cycle Series Race 1 on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Crawford finished the six-mile course in 21 minutes, 9 seconds, while John-Mark Pothast was next at 21:47 and Matt Neisinger was third at 22:13.

Angie Brennan was the first woman across the line at 25:15, while Jennifer Tabor (on a fat bike) was next at 31:24 and Jennifer Showalter (also on a fat bike) was third at 32:08.

Dylan Hogue was the top youth racer at 31:01, while Ky Calvert was second at 31:52 and Landon Showalter was third at 32:07.

The Soldotna Cycle Series continues each week Thursdays at 6 p.m. until Aug. 25. Races are $5 for Tsalteshi Trails Association members and $10 for nonmembers.

The starting spot for Thursday’s race will be the Wolverine trailhead on Kalifornsky Beach Road.


Soldotna Cycle Series Race 1

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Mike Crawford, 21 minutes, 9 seconds; 2. John-Mark Pothast, 21:47; 3. Matt Neisinger, 22:13; 4. Brian Beeson, 22:31; 5. Tony Eskelin, 22:51; 6. Nathan Kincaid, 23:42; 7. Tyle Owens, 24:08; 8. Tommy Kobylarz, 24:24; 9. Kevin Lauver, 24:29; Dave Edwards-Smith, 24:36; 11. Angie Brennan, 25:15 (1st place women’s); 12. Will Morrow, 25:52; 13. Scott Huff, 26:20; 14. Jamie Nelson, 26:24; 15. Peter DiCarlo, 27:49 (fat bike); 16. Carl Kincaid, 28:20 (fat bike); 17. Dylan Hogue, 31:01 (1st place youth); 18. John Tabor, 31:08 (fat bike); 19. Jennifer Tabor, 31:24 (2nd place women’s, fat bike); 20. Ky Calvert, 31:52 (2nd place youth); 21. Landon Showalter, 32:07 (3rd place youth); 22. Jennifer Showalter, 32:08 (3rd place women’s, fat bike); 23. Tor Dahl, 32:40; 24. Simone Owens, 32:54 (fat bike); 25. Jaycie Calvert, 33:08.

26. Toli Boutman, 43:44; 27. Anya Boutman, 43:52; 28. Ethan Hogue, 44:47; 29. Amy Hogue, 44:53; 30. Bill Hanson, 44:57; 31. Jody Hanson, 45:13; 32. Nels Dahl, 46:37; 33. Darrell Kincaid, 47:51; 34. Tanner Penrod, 53:05; 35. Wanda Kincaid.

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