Prior to Sundayís Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Fattire Massive Mountain Bike races at Admiralty House Park, the overall Standings were posted, with www.islandstats.com looking at the Standings after three race days.
Alan Potts leads the Male Open Division with 67 points, Brian Steinhoff is second with 54 points and Dennis Fagundo is third with 45 points.
Ashley Robinson is leading the Womenís Open Division with 75 points, while the Male Novice Division is being led by Sherman Darrell with 60 points, Manning Smith is second with 56 points and with 53 points Matthew Ringer is third.
Moses Johnson is leading the 13-16 Age Group Division with 69 points, while Cameron Morris is second with 65 points and Kyran Baptiste-Jones is third with 55 points.
The 12 and Under Division is being led by Harris Fleming with 66 points, Marc Piney and Jackson Langley are T2nd with 50 points.
67 Alan Potts 54 Brian Steinhoff 45 Dennis Fagundo 41 Blake Camera 40 Hans Hirschi 38 Alexander Miller 37 Jenai Robinson 35 Chris Roque 29 Kieran Malott 29 Liam Flannery 27 James Holloway 25 Nicholas Narraway 25 Adam Kirk 24 Peter Tadman 21 David Byrne 21 Christopher Smith 19 Garth Fleming 18 Ceasar Oliviera 17 Thomas Harcombe 14 Geoff Smith 14 Chris Nusum 13 Wendell Burrows 13 Deshi Smith 12 Rhys Pearce 12 Duncan Simons 08 Tommy Marshall 06 Justin Frank 06 Kent Richardson 03 Nathan Trott 03 Shawn Dickinson 02 Stephen Muso 02 Shawn Lavis 01 Peter Tadman 01 Ricky Souza 01 Charles Dunstan 01 Shane Moura 01 Aaron Fenn 01 Chris Osbourne 01 Peter Dunne 00 Laurence Noble
75 Ashley Robinson
60 Sherman Darrell 56 Manning Smith 53 Matthew Ringer 44 Jason Piney 37 Paul Hayward 36 Clive Langley 30 Knut Heinz 30 Thomas Quarterly 29 Mike Malott 25 Kent Richardson 25 Ryan Wilson 23 John Thompson 22 Craig Ferguson 21 Leonard Davis 20 Tommy Marshall 18 Spencer Quarterly 17 Alexander Southern 16 Shawn Dickinson 15 Stephen O'Riley 14 Soniko Thomas 13 Dirk Hasselkuss 13 Keivon Gift 11 Kevin Lanthier 10 Jason Pugi 08 Soniko Thomas
64 Zina Jones 50 Jenn Wilson 25 Caitlin Conyers 22 Sarah Hicks 20 Angelika Davis 20 Jessica Gibbons
12 and Under Division
66 Harris Fleming 50 Marc Piney 50 Jackson Langley 42 Kristian Davis 40 Zachary Moniz 39 Makao Butterfield 38 Jake Smith 37 Lucas Davis 36 Zariah Outerbridge 35 Christian Piney 32 Austin Franks 31 Roman Lonfat 25 Jasmine Hasselkuss 20 Stefan Ferguson 17 Daisey Hongley 15 Paul PJ Rodrigues 12 Erza Dyer 11 Keegan Dyer 10 Kelise Wade 08 Keishon Gibbons-Johnson
Sunday, January 06, 2019
Bermuda Mountain Bike Admiralty Park Round Up
The 2018/2019 Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Fat Tire Massive Mountain Bike Race Season sponsorship of Arch Re, BF&M, One Communications, RMS Boatworks and Spar Yard Marine Solutions continued with action taking place at the Admiralty Park.
A total of 67 male and female racers took on the challenging course that saw plenty of hill climbs.
Dominique Mayho won the Male Open race clocking a 10 lap time of 1:03:57.8, Adam Kirk was second in a time of 1:00:51.6, but he only completed 9 laps and Alexander Miller finished third with a 9 lap time of 1:02:34.3.
The Female Open Division was won by Ashley Robinson who had a time of 1:08:05.2, Caitlin Conyers was second in a time of 1:08:31.2.
Manning Smith rode to victory in the Male Novice Division with a time of 30:06.5 after 4 laps, Jason Piney was second in 33:11.2 and Sherman Darrell finished third with a time of 34:37.7.
Jen Wilson won the Female Novice Division with a 4 lap time of 35:17.5, Zina Jones was second clocking a 4 lap time of 39:32.4 and Jessica Gibbons clocked a 2 lap time of 31:16.9.
Several Bermuda Cyclist competed in the Rapha Festive 500 Challenge.
The goal for the 98,545 participants who covered a total distance of 24,090,526 Kilometers was to Ride 500km between Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve and receive a digital roundel for your Strava Trophy Case
Leading the way in Bermuda was Conor White with over 1,000 kilometers ridden in the eight days from Christmas Eve through New Years Eve.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Arnold Begins Cyclocross National Championships
Gabriela Arnold and her Marian University Cycling teammates began competing at USA Cycling's Collegiate Cyclocross National Championships in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Collegiate Varsity race had a Sunday feel with several Elite and Under 23 podium hopefuls taking the line for their respective schools.
Sammi Runnels from Lindenwood University aced the exam and went to the head of the class with a time of 38.06 after a tough challenge from Arnoldís teammate Emma Swartz who was clocked at 38.18.
Hannah Arensman from Brevard College rounded out the podium in third with a time of 39.15, Arnold finished 20th in a field of 44 riders, one lap down.
Sunday, December 09, 2018
Fat Tire Massive Mountain Bike Race Day Three
The 2018/2019 Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Fat Tire Massive Mountain Bike Race Season sponsorship of Arch Re, BF&M, One Communications, RMS Boatworks and Spar Yard Marine Solutions continued with action taking place at the Lagoon Park.
A total of 71 male and female racers took on the skills challenge offered by the "Lagoon" course. Jumps, dropoffs, rocky Rooty climbs, huge berms and lots of cornering were laid out in a 1.4 mile track that rewarded racers hugely for mastering the obstacles.
Adam Kirk won the Male Open race clocking a 10 lap time of 1:04:31.779, Han Hirschi was second in 1:00:28.751, but he only completed 9 laps and Alan Potts finished third with a 9 lap time of 1:01:11.709.
The Female Open Division was won by Ashley Robinson who had a time of 1:05:41.180.
Manning Smith rode to victory in the Male Novice Division with a time of 29:01.790 after 4 laps, Clive Langley was second in 30:54.611 and Mathew Ringer finished third with a time of 31:17.425.