Tuesday, September 9, 2008

The Fall Classic - Series Champions in OUR House

The Pro Women's #1 plate resting in the Dale's Pale Ale/Spot Brand Bikes tent.

The Mountain States Cup Series threw down a classic event to wrap up one hell-of-a series. The Breckenridge Fall Classic has a real deal classic feel, 2 days of racing ending with a 28 mile epic loop. The endurance crew came out in big numbers & with a big thurst to support Maverick Sports reincarnation of the Fall Classic. The weekend went off with perfect weather, good racing and that unmistakeably energy of a series final. In addition to the great vibe & energy of a series final the Dale's Pale Ale/Spot Brand team had a little extra juice crowning 2 series overall champions. What a great season we had sharing great riding experiences with truely good people over the best family of canned beers on the planet. Thanks to all of you who came out to support love on two wheels.
Jennifer Smith doubled on the weekend with 2 major objectives on her calendar. An extra shout of good luck at Xterra National & World Championships to her & Brian.
Erin Huck of Tokyo Joes rides to a 4th place finish in the Fall Classic. She had a consistent season to finish 3rd in the pro womens series.
JG had another consistant weekend wrapping up the Overall Pro Women's Series Championship. Congrats girl!
Chelsea McGowan kills it on her single to win the Women's Mountain States Cup series singlespeed overall title.
A break through year with a 3rd at the 24 hour solo world championships, 3rd at the Marathon National Championships, Jen G takes home the #1 plate and overall endurance series for the pro women!
Garmin Chipotle pro roadie Colby Pierce showed up to have a go at mtn bike racing, Mtn States Cup cross country style. His 12th place gives our top racers some real credibility!
DPA tall man Travis Lukens powers his Spot Brand belt drive onto Boreas Pass Rd and eventually a 4th place in the singlespeed class.
The beer guy chasing Charlie Hayes over 28 miles of good Breckenridge race course.
Charlie Hayes continued his legendary singlespeed ways winning another one on his way to collecting the MSC SS title.

Thanks again to everyone for sharing such a great season with us...with a tear I say good bye & HELLO CYCLOCROSS SEASON!

WORD!

2 comments:

G-Lenn said...

Way to go Scarlett.

devin said...

Good job to all great way to wrap up a season. One of my favorite races the fall classic. I like the shot of Tall T he makes Bakers Tank look small.