Dave Edwards-Smith competes in the Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride at the beach in Kenai, Alaska, on May 29, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Dave Edwards-Smith competes in the Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride at the beach in Kenai, Alaska, on May 29, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Edwards-Smith, Aldridge win at Freezer Food Series

David Edwards-Smith and Morgan Aldridge won the seventh Freezer Food Series race of the season Sunday, a cyclocross race on fat bikes.

Edwards-Smith won by doing four laps in 31 minutes, 59 seconds, while Aldridge was second with four laps in 33:16. Brian Beeson was third with four laps at 36:22, while Jen Showalter was fourth with four laps in 40:05.

Sheilah-Margaret Pothast also finished the race to attain her goal of finishing 50 races in her 50th year.

The final fat bike race of the Freezer Food Series will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Slikok trail head. After that, the series shifts to skiing for the month of January.

Freezer Food Series No. 7

1. David Edwards-Smith, 31 minutes, 59 seconds (4); 2. Morgan Aldridge, 33:16 (4); 3. Brian Beeson, 36:22 (4); 4. Jen Showalter, 40:05 (4); 5. James Showalter, 40:44 (4); 6. Jen Tabor, 41:20 (4); 7. Jeff Helminiak, 41:48 (4); 8. Scott Huff, 32:01 (3); 9. Patty Moran, 33:51 (3); 10. Carl Kincaid, 34:46 (3); 11. John Tabor, 35:18 (3); 12. Sheilah-Margaret Pothast, 27:35 (2); 13. Kelly Sederholm, 31:59 (2); 14. Mindee Morning, 36:23 (1).

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