Morgan Aldridge leads riders down a hill at the start of Week 3 of the Soldotna Cycle Series on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at Tsalteshi Trails. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Morgan Aldridge leads riders down a hill at the start of Week 3 of the Soldotna Cycle Series on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at Tsalteshi Trails. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Seramur, Aldridge, Laker win at Soldotna Cycle Series

The Soldotna Cycle Series held its first race of the summer Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails after pausing in-person races for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Racers had the option of a 6- or 12-kilometer course. David Seramur won the 12K in 29 minutes, 0 seconds, while Morgan Aldridge was the first women’s finisher, and third overall, at 29:21. Chase Laker was the top youth rider at 31:29. The 6K was won by Parker Rose at 19:25.

The series continues Thursday at the fields behind Skyview Middle School at 6:15 p.m. Registration info is at tsalteshi.org.

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12-kilometer results

1. David Seramur – 29 minutes, 0 seconds; 2. Jim Hall – 29:19; 3. Morgan Aldridge – 29:21 (1st Place Women); 4. Eric Willets – 29:49; 5. Will Steffe – 29:52; 6. Brian Beeson – 30:30; 7. Dylan Hogue – 30:51; 8. James Butler – 31:27; 9. Chase Laker – 31:29 (1st Place Youth); 10. Nathan Kincaid – 33:12; 11. Ben Boersma – 33:53 (2nd Place Youth); 12. Will Morrow – 34:12; 13. Taylor Hanley – 34:25; 14. Jordan Chilson – 34:36; 15. Tyler Hippchen – 34:44; 16. Landon Showalter – 34:58 (3rd Place Youth); 17. Scott Griebel – 37:24; 18. C.O. Rudstrom – 37:38; 19. Cassie Collins – 38:32 (2nd Place Women); 20. Matt Brown – 38:54; 21. Ethan Hogue – 38:55 (Youth); 22. Jonas Oyoumick – 38:57 (Youth); 23. Cooper Tallent – 39:28 (Youth); 24. Jackson Douthit – 39:41 (Youth); 25. Alicia Kincaid – 40:47 (3rd Place Women).

26. Mark Forbes – 42:08; 27. Peter DiCarlo – 43:28; 28. Ryan Nelson – 45:33; 29. Breckin Sulley – 48:30 (Youth); 30. Michael Blake – 48:31; 31. Sailor Tallent – 48:53 (Youth); 32. Mike Tallent – 48:54; 33. Kelly Sederholm – 55:17; 34. Will Smith – 55:30 (Youth); 35. Conner Morris – 4:04:14 (Youth); 36. Kylie Morris – 1:04:18 (Women).

6-kilometer results

1. Parker Rose – 19:25; 2. Jonathan White – 21:02; 3. Carrie Wawrzyk – 22:22; 4. Stephanie Lambe – 22:31; 5. Julie Laker – 22:45; 6. Lucas Oyoumick – 23:10; 7. Gus Reimer – 24:39; 8. Adam Reimer – 24:39; 9. Leif Laker – 25:29; 10. Vance Johnston – 27:48; 11. Darryl Kincaid – 28:09; 12. Nathan White – 28:46; 13. Corbin Sulley – 29:07; 14. Angie Sulley – 29:09; 15. Mindee Morning – 34:57; 16. Vanessa Perry – 42:58.

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