Pursuit shuffles cycle standings

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 27, 2016 1:07am
  • Sports

The ninth and final race of the Soldotna Cycle Series was held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails, using a pursuit format where bikers started based on their times earlier in the season.

Darrell Kincaid was first across the line with a time of 50 minutes, 6 seconds, on his fat bike on the 6.17-mile, one-loop course with 670 feet of elevation gain and loss.

Ethan Hogue, at 50:19, was next across the line to also claim first place amongst the youth. The first woman to finish the course was Megan Anderson at 53:27.

While Thursday marked the end of the Soldotna Cycle Series for the summer, it didn’t mark the end of bike racing this year at Tsalteshi.

Psychocross will be Sept. 10, with more information on tsalteshi.org. Then the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series begins Sept. 15 at Tsalteshi, running every Thursday until Oct. 20, unless, of course, there actually is snow accumulation by then.

Soldotna Cycle Series 9

Race results (time delay)

1. Darrell Kincaid (0) 50:06 – Fat Bike; 2. Ethan Hogue (0) 50:19 – 1st Place Youth; 3. Tanner Penrod (0) 50:34; 4. Doug Hogue (0) 51:08; 5. Trevor Slaughter (17) 53:09 – 2nd Place Youth; 6. Megan Anderson (16) 53:27 – 1st Place Women; 7. Robert Carson (-1) 54:05 – 3rd Place Youth; 8. Rob Carson (-1) 54:06; 9. Justin Broyles (16) 54:07; 10. Tor Dahl (11) 54:11; 11. Jamie Nelson (22) 54:38; 12. Dylan Hogue (15) 54:41; 13. Nathan Kincaid (26) 55:04; 14. Eric Willets (25) 55:25); 15. Ashley Tonione (18) 55:32 – 2nd Place Women; 16. Scott Huff (22) 55:43; 17. Brian Beeson (27.5) 55:53; 18. Tommy Kobylarz (24) 56:10; 19. Tyle Owens (25) 56:23; 20. Carl Kincaid (19) 56:25 – Fat Bike; 21. Mike Crawford (29) 56:29; 22. Simone Owens (14) 56:30 – 3rd Place Women, Fat Bike; 23. Dan Balmer (16) 56:33; 24. Angie Brennan (23) 56:47; 25. Tony Eskelin (27) 56:47 – Fat Bike.

26. Matt Neisinger (26) 56:50; 27. Peter DiCarlo (19) 56:51; 28. Will Morrow (21) 57:50; 29. Landen Showalter (13) 58:36; 30. Jen Showalter (18) 58:37; 31. Levi Sutton (22) 1:00:43; 32. Aiden Willets (22) 1:02:27; 33. Ryan Nelson (21) DNF.

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