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Mohican 100 - Ohio

Posted by: Shannon Boffeli |June 24, 2013 2:10 AM
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11th Annual KENDA Mohican MTB 100 – Ohio

National Ultra Endurance Series #5 (NUE)

Written By: Ryan O’Dell

 

For more than a decade, the KENDA Mohican 100 has challenged racers along some of the most popular trails in Ohio, spanning the four counties that make up what has become known as "Mohican Country”. This year, nearly 600 racers took up the challenge.

A stray downpour managed to sneak in on Friday night for a few minutes around 8pm. However, the storms slinked off into the night without much effect on the mountain bike trails. To the delight of racers on Saturday, the forecast of 99% chance of rain and severe thunderstorms failed to materialize, instead, moving northwest within site of the finish line. 

The race nearly took a tragic turn from the very start when bumping handlebars sent two racers to the pavement and another to the curb! According to Peter Dy, racing for BikeSource of Columbus, "I lined up on the right side of the start about 10 rows from the front. Once the horn went off, I eased out with the riders around me and started making my way forward. The incident happened about a quarter mile from the start.  

There was a wide gap, probably two handlebar widths, between two riders that I was going to move through. I progressively accelerated to overtake them and as I got level with them there was movement to my left. The rider to my left erratically veered right and into me and tangled our handlebars. He leaned on me. I think I tried leaning back on him. Then blackness… Everything went fuzzy. I came to in the ambulance on the ride to the hospital.”

Fortunately, both riders were released and Dy returned to aid station one to help out his team mates at BikeSource who head up Aid Station one. The racer who hit the curb suffered a dislocated shoulder but returned with Dy to enjoy the post-race festivities.


Women’s Open

Sornson gets 5th straight NUE win!

Cheryl Sornson, Team CF, racked up her fifth straight win at Mohican finishing 7:59:34. "The start of the race was huge as usual for Mohican with the 100 mile and 100 k starting together. Overall, the Mohican 100 is a well-oiled race event. It offers a great venue both before and after the race, along with a challenging course that is like a good sandwich.  Brutal gravel grinds bookended by swoopy fun single track.  It was well marked and had 5 aid stations that made every racer feel like a super star! I rode my fate for the race and can say that bike is the absolute bomb. I am more impressed with its performance each time I ride it.

Teammate Kathleen Harding, Team CF, came in second at 8:55:24 with Brenda Simril, Motor Mile Race, capturing the third spot on the podium "The organization was fantastic. The course was marked beyond belief and fortunately the weather was merciful on us. I felt strong and steady throughout and was – as always – ecstatic to catch my first glimpse of the tents at the campground coming into the finish!  

Rounding out the top six on the podium where each of the ladies received a bottle of Toasted Head wine, Denise Coppock, Titletown Flyers, finished fourth in 9:35:35. Ohio’s OMBC Series Champion, Shannon Tenwalde,Paradise Garage Racing, came in fifth in 10:26:03 and Christina Buerkle, Trek of Pittsburgh , finished sixth in 10:49:28. 

 

Men’s Open

The SiMonster gets his first NUE Series win!

With last year’s race winner, and 2011 NUE Men’s Open Champion, Christian Tanguy (Team CF) forced to drop out of the race due to sickness, the door swung wide open for host of racer’s hoping to get their shot on the Mohican podium.

Micheal "SiMonster” Simonson, 616 Fabrication, who finished second last year at Mohican, took it to the field to get his first NUE Series Men’s open win 7:15:42along with a top prize of $1000, complimentary entry to next year’s race, plus a $200 prime for being the first racer to reach the city limits, an annual cash prize offered by Kim’s Bikes and The Loudonville-Mohican Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.  "I broke away on the climb just after the covered bridge but I wasn't making a lot of time on them. It wasn't till I hit the run-up where I really drilled it and ran all the way to the top that I was able to get completely out of sight.

I was slowing down a bit near the end with heat and humidity and then I looked back and saw the NUE Singlespeed Champion, Gerry Pflug, chasing. He got around me on one the very last hills near the end. I tried to rally for a chase but I was pretty smoked from the all the efforts early on. It was a little bitter sweet, but I still got to stand on the top step of the podium and represent for my new 616 fabrications sponsor. It was a good day.”

Six minutes later, Rob Spreng, Team CF, finished 7:21:41. "I led through the woods for a while, maybe 10 miles or so. Eventually Kevin Carter and Mike Simonson came charging up behind me. For a while, it was the three of us and eventually a couple of 100k guys. After the covered bridge, before aid 1, Simonson went off the front, leaving carter me and 2 100k guys. Shortly after aid one Pat Blair joined our group. Once we hit the road Gerry Pflug charged by and Carter suffered a flat.

Three minutes later, Chris Peariso, Adventure212 / Specialized, rolled in, moved up to first place overall in the NUE Series. "This is the first 100 I have ever done where I am in damage control less than one hour into the race! At the end of the day, I was completely destroyed and could not wait to get my finisher growler filled with some Great Lakes Brew to celebrate a hard fought third.”

 

Singlespeed

Pfluginator gets the overall win and SS too!

 Gerry Pflug, Team CF, who will be 45 this year, smashed the field, 7:12:12, five minutes faster than last year’s winner, and not only got the singlespeed victory but became the first single speed racer EVER to win the overall at an NUE Series Race! The four-time champion now leads the series with four straight wins!

"When I eventually saw Mike in front of me, I could tell he was tired.  I shared some words of encouragement and then continued on my way when I caught him.  I knew if I could get into the last section of single track after checkpoint 5 ahead of Mike, I had a chance of being the overall winner of a NUE Race on a singlespeed.  I did make into the single track first and had an absolute blast riding the final 8 miles of buffed-out single track to the finish.  Riding across the finish line in the first overall spot was an awesome feeling and being able to do it on a singlespeed made it even more special.”

Patrick Blair, Adventures for the Cure, finished second at 7:23:51. "Just before aid station two, I was telling Spreng that I was super happy to be with him and KC and that there was no way that Ron or Gerry would catch me now that I was with the best geared racers when, out of nowhere, Gerry zooms past us on an uphill! Spreng and I tried to catch back up to Gerry and his guy but we just couldn't do it. After aid three, I separated from Spreng. Gerry was on fire and racing at a different level!”

Ron Harding, Trestle Bridge Racing, finished third at 7:27:23 with Nathan Annon, PRO Mountain Outfitters/Yeti Cycles, finishing 7:40:36 and Trevor Rockwell, Team Noah Foundation/Decorah Bicycles/Twin Six, at 7:43:01

 

Masters 50+

Petro gets his first Mohican and NUE Series win!

Alec Petro, Corner Cycle Bay Hill Capital Management, surprised the NUE Series Champion, Ron Sanborn, Einstein Racing, with his sub eight victory at 7:59:35. "My first trip to the Mohican 100 and I was a bit worried about so much climbing so early in the race. I tried to pace myself as I didn't know the course at all. This was my first long race since being diagnosed with a blood clot and Pulmonary embolism. I was probably the only person in the race taking Caumadin (blood thinner).... After 30 miles we had already climbed 6500 vertical feet and I wasn't feeling very good but luckily passed Ron Sanborn as he was having a bad moment on a climb and never looked back. Once I knew I was winning, I did my best to put the suffering in the back of my mind.

This was a "training race" for me as I'm racing Trans Alps (8-days/65000 vertical feet) with teammate Kevin Hines (former Masters National CX and MTB Champ) in July. I plan to race the Hampshire 100 as my other NUE race and I will be back next year to defend the Masters title. This race was extremely well run and I can say that with a lot of experience. Really one of the best I've raced in the US. Mohican Adventures is a great venue and the race had a really great vibe and atmosphere.”

Sanborn took second in 8:18:08 following his win at Mohican last year at 7:43:56.  Terry Blanchet, North American Velo, took third in 8:51:29 followed by Chris Irving, Los Locos, 9:19:11 and Robert Goetz, Nebo Ridge, at 9:19:26. Goetz won the Mohican 100k last year in 5:32:45.

Afterward, Irving offered up some good advice, "After a subpar race with some stomach issues, I was just planning on riding the last five miles of singletrack until I saw a gentleman right behind me that looked like he could be 50+, I decided that it was time to race again and stayed in front of him to the finish, ending up 20 seconds in front of 5th place and 3 minutes in front of 6th. Never stop racing as you never know who you are racing against.”

Next Stop NUE #6: On June 16, The KENDA NUE Series heads north to the great state of MICHIGAN for the sold out Lumberjack 100 consisting of three solid flowing loops in the Manistee National Forest near the town of Wellston on June 16!


Results

Open Men

1 Michael Simonson 616 Fabrication  7:15:42
2 Rob Spreng Team CF  7:21:41
3 Chris Peariso Adventure212 / Specialized  7:24:31
4 Michael Tabasko DCMTB  7:25:49
5 Greg Kuhn RBS MTB TEAM  7:27:22
6 Tom Burke Einstein Cycles  7:29:31
7 James Mayuric TeamCF Pittsburgh/Pro Bikes  7:38:01
8 Ryan Heerschap Cycle Craft/Bulldogs  7:48:10
9 Andy Rhodes North Mountain Woodworks/Black Dog Bikes  8:07:00
10 Brent Mayer Trek Store Cincinnati Racing, Maxxis  8:09:46
11 John Petrylak Blue  Ridge Cyclery Racing  8:16:32
12 Ben Anderson National Engineering p/b Kenda  8:17:18
13 Bruce Stauffer 8:17:37
14 Jed Prentice Bike Doctor  8:17:48
15 Lorenzo Serra Pawling Cycle & Sport  8:29:40
16 Kevin Carter Gripped Racing p/b Dogfish Head Alehouse  8:29:59
17 Jay Click Cycletherapy Specialized Racing  8:34:31
18 Dan Kotwicki RBS Cycling Team  8:37:38
19 Bradley Smith Orrville Cycling Team  8:38:10
20 James Billiter BioWheels  8:38:30
21 Jeff Plassman Design Physics Racing p/b Endorphin Fitness  8:38:52
22 Michael Schena Team Racing Cyclocross on Lundbecks Cycles  8:40:28
23 Joshua Martin Rotor Bike USA  8:40:44
24 Jesse Kelly Team CF  8:47:16
25 Scott Morman Stark Velo  8:49:12
26 david silloway THE BIKE ZONE  8:49:30
27 Frank Yeager Design Physics Racing pb Endorphin Fitness  8:56:15
28 Steve Fields   8:59:37
29 lee simril motor mile racing   8:59:53
30 Joe Fraas West Liberty Cycles  9:01:04
31 Alex Schultz Main Street/MPI/Kuhnhenn  9:02:09
32 Patrick Warren   9:02:40
33 Thomas Hanrahan Eager Beaver 100/ Silent Sports  9:04:38
34 Burgess Gow Ghisallo Cycling  9:12:13
35 Chase Barnhart Marietta Adventure Company  9:13:32
36 Tom Stritzinger   9:14:25
37 Brad Rogers Y-Not Cycling  9:14:42
38 Sheldon Laidman First Capital Cycling  9:16:48
39 Ben Bower Big Bang Bikes / Pomodora  9:22:25
40 Jarom Thomas COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll:  9:27:40
41 Tim Yuska Iron Cycles  9:27:53
42 Raymond Willard Empire Brewing-Syracuse Bicycle  9:27:59
43 John McNavage North Allegheny  9:32:18
44 Michael Gottfried Team Defiance / KSD  9:35:50
45 Nathan Updyke Base Tri Fitness  9:40:00
46 Thomas Novitsky RACING GREYHOUNDS  9:42:10
47 Kyle Russ   9:42:33
48 Matt Kretchmar Athens Bicycle  9:43:01
49 Gabe Rainwater   9:43:49
50 Tim Smith Cycle Sport Concepts Chattanooga  9:48:26
51 Ryan Miracle Marietta Aventure Company  9:50:08
52 bryan wright Black Dog Bikes  9:51:05
53 Adam Helms   9:53:35
54 Adam Truog Left 4 Dead  9:54:51
55 Cooper Fowler BCD Racing  9:59:00
56 Aaron Schicker   10:04:54
57 Jeff Carlson Cadre Racing  10:08:32
58 Robert Neidlinger HC Hooligans  10:09:40
59 Karl Emmerich RACING GREYHOUNDS  10:12:59
60 Christopher Hannegan Base Tri Fitness  10:14:55
61 Brian Scharp   10:15:44
62 Steven Hecht Toasted Head Racing  10:16:31
63 Grant Matthews Toasted Head Racing.  10:19:34
64 Greg Rittler Adventures for the Cure  10:20:12
65 Chris Bryce Dark Horse Flyers  10:20:13
66 Arthur Haan DRT Racing  10:35:30
67 David Hofmann   10:36:02
68 Robert Carrera Pinnacle III/ Green Mountain Sports  10:40:38
69 laurence etgen Green Mountain Tree Service/Fulcrum Engineering  10:47:45
70 Scott Dean Ride the Elephant AbqHomeSearch.com 10:48:08
71 Peri Garite Team PC  10:48:22
72 Michael Bonsby Team Mt Airy  10:49:43
73 dan marshall Eager Beaver 100: Canada's 100 Miler  10:55:49
74 Jeff Rodelas Left 4 Dead  11:00:27
75 Rob Mitzel Team rJr / Hometown Bicycles  11:05:16
76 Jody M. Mazur Cadre Racing  11:14:03
77 Victor Gasior Stanky Creek Cycling  11:18:09
78 Jim Havey Commonwealth Eye Surgery / Crankworks  11:25:45
79 Paul Freibert   11:26:12
80 Jurrien Davison Shine  11:26:32
81 Chris Karpowicz Pirate Cycling League/ Hammer Nutrition  11:26:45
82 jeff mozer   11:26:50
83 Randy Patton COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll  11:27:00
84 Kenny Kocarek Knobby Side Down  11:41:30
85 Chris Chaney   11:41:31
86 Matthew Olearchick   11:41:42
87 Allen Loy Paradise Garage Racing  11:42:38
88 Christopher Arndt Team Six One Four  11:43:33
89 Jason Wolf   11:47:23
90 Graceson Parsons Team Gman  11:47:24
91 Philip Klein   11:47:27
92 Dan Kwasnowski   11:53:01
93 Michael Wehri   11:53:28
94 Justin Davis   11:59:36
95 peter joyal cycleyouth  12:26:56
96 John Percassi   12:28:15
97 Jared Medler Morgans Garage  12:32:15
98 Harvey Elliott   12:37:00
99 Andrew Arbocus Metalmaniac Racing  12:41:42
100 Dustin Geraghty Strummer Cycles  12:41:43
101 Jason Ramboer Little Belgium Bike Gang  12:46:53
102 Bill Vermeersch Little Belgium Bike Gang  12:46:54
103 Katie Carney   13:15:08
104 JIm Thacker RELIABLE OIL EQUIPMENT Trek Store Cincinnati 13:15:09
105 Craig Nadel groove labs/LiveMedium  13:31:45
106 Daniel Saltzmann Left 4 Dead  13:34:15
107 Darren Steen Little Belgium Bike Gang  13:50:00

Open Women

1 Cheryl Sornson Team CF  7:59:34
2 Kathleen Harding Team CF/Elite Team CF  8:55:24
3 brenda simril Motor Mile Racing  8:59:50
4 Denise Coppock Titletown Flyers  9:35:35
5 Shannon Tenwalde Paradise Garage Racing  10:26:03
6 Christina Buerkle Trek of Pittsburgh  10:49:28
7 Victoria Steen Team SixOneFour  11:00:46
8 Lauren Kraft Jeni's Ice Cream  11:43:34
9 Aaron Oswald   11:52:08
10 Jeni Roosen 7 Hills  11:53:00
11 Kristen Arnold Team SixOneFour  12:00:24
12 Niki Milleson Rose Bike  12:01:25

Singlespeed

1 Gerry PFLUG Team CF  7:12:12
2 Patrick Blair Adventures For the Cure  7:23:51
3 Ron Harding Trestle Bridge Racing  7:27:23
4 Nathan Annon PRO Mountain Outfitters/Yeti Cycles  7:40:36
5 Trevor Rockwell Team Noah Foundation/Decorah Bicycles/Twin Six  7:43:01
6 Richard Trent dickhouse  8:03:17
7 Daniel Atkins Race Pace Trek Mtn Team  8:05:15
8 Daniel RAPP Toasted Head Racing  8:13:43
9 Ernesto Marenchin Pivot Cycles and Twin 6  8:19:51
10 Vinni kish athens bicycle  8:25:13
11 Scott Green Toasted Head Racing  8:39:00
12 Taylor Kruse Paradise Garage Racing  8:40:32
13 Rob Lochner ynSSr / Pro Bikes / XXC Mag  8:52:02
14 Samuel Dobrozsi Swallow Bicycle Works  9:13:01
15 wilson pyle Sewickley Cycling  9:24:12
16 Thomas Swallow Swallow Bicycle Works  9:57:58
17 Chris Hays Pro Mountain Outfitters  10:03:48
18 Bob Sowga   10:09:54
19 Chris Joice dirty south  10:10:15
20 Craig Akers HC Hooligans  10:18:11
21 Joseph Delaney Black Dog Bikes  10:26:37
22 Kent McDonald   10:42:20
23 Doug Trojan Bike Loft East  11:14:27

Masters 50+

1 Alec Petro Corner Cycle Bay Hill Capital Management 7:59:35
2 Ron Sanborn Einstein Racing  8:18:08
3 Terry Blanchet N A V - North American Velo  8:51:29
4 Chris Irving Los Locos  9:19:11
5 Robert Goetz Nebo Ridge  9:19:26
6 Todd Winget   9:22:01
7 Mark Drogalis Cycle Center/Champion System  9:35:10
8 Andy Ording   10:57:25
9 Tony Papandrea Team RepairMax / Mt. Airy Bikes / T.R. Racing  11:09:58
10 Kevin Sparks   11:26:55
11 Dan Mock Wheels on Fire  11:38:33
12 Jeff Plassman   12:46:55
13 tim morgan morgans garage  13:03:53
14 jeff smart fit livin'  13:23:17
15 Mark Jones Orrville Cycling Club  13:33:07

Open Men 100k

1 Steve Twining soupcan racing p/b ride on  4:35:00
2 Brian Schworm Pedal Power  4:38:38
3 Ross Clark Edge Outdoors  4:50:45
4 Ryan Krayer Adventure212 / Specialized  4:56:25
5 Jason Blodgett Spin/Litzler Automation Swiftwick, CrankBrothers, Sram, Marian University 4:57:12
6 JASON SUPPAN SoupCan Racing  5:04:25
7 Eric Hamann Athens Bicycle?Trek  5:08:33
8 Andrew Purcell Kims bikes  5:10:26
9 Kelly Sugg RBS MTB Team  5:11:24
10 Myles Beach Adventure 212/Specialized  5:18:11
11 Bruce Pisarek National Engineering Team COBC  5:21:58
12 Bryan Frazier Adventure 212/Specialized  5:22:10
13 Tilman McDaniel Tilman's Hardwood Flooring  5:23:56
14 Robert Sroka Team Lake Effect/CLIF Bar  5:25:15
15 Todd Bolgrin Team Lake Effect  5:25:16
16 Austin Francescone Backroom Coffee Roasters  5:26:25
17 Jake Walters Stark Velo  5:29:00
18 Tim Mould Team CF  5:29:04
19 Frederick Hatfield RACING GREYHOUNDS  5:35:10
20 Brent Goetz Midland Brewing Company  5:36:50
21 Tony Mellott Backroom Coffee Roasters  5:37:17
22 Bill Crank Crankworks Bicycles/CES  5:37:36
23 Aaron Mooney TRYON BIKE  5:39:55
24 Jeremy Larson Cyclist Connection  5:47:00
25 tom franek The Edge Outdoor Team Lake Effect 5:48:55
26 John Willse Spin/Second Sole  5:50:49
27 Brent Thompson Was labs  5:51:24
28 Alex Sanchez Lapdogs Cycling Club  5:54:35
29 Marc Brunette McLain Race Team  5:57:05
30 Michael Martinez ADVANCED HEALTH  5:57:06
31 Dave Tingley Trek/Backroom Coffee  5:58:06
32 Andrew Uithoven COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll:  5:58:49
33 Edward Brzezinski   5:58:50
34 Jeff Curry NuGo/Koeles  5:59:25
35 mike plank   5:59:49
36 Jon Clous Combo/WholeFoods/Roll  6:01:55
37 Stefan Garcia Ride On  6:02:24
38 brett merrington   6:03:25
39 Eric DeJong Team Sandbag  6:03:26
40 Daniel Pike Bio Wheels/Reece Campbell  6:05:28
41 jeff schoeny Merrill Lynch Cycling  6:07:51
42 Gary Hocke COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll  6:10:10
43 Roger Sommers Pure 121  6:11:14
44 Colin  Keane   6:11:15
45 Mark Sclater Stark velo  6:13:25
46 David Cornett Pro-Mountain Outfitters  6:13:41
47 Adam Naish RBS MTB Team  6:14:14
48 Joe Edwards Team Bicycle Hub  6:14:39
49 Allen Zwart   6:16:20
50 Chris Knapp Six One Four  6:16:27
51 Don Kamer Clear Image Eyecare  6:17:11
52 Darrin Grosch Trek Store Cincinnati  6:17:25
53 Aron Wheeler Village Bike and Fitness  6:17:37
54 Cory Knight Mt. Carmel Rehab  6:18:14
55 Mike Janeiro Pro Mountain Outfitters  6:20:08
56 Kevin Larson   6:20:31
57 Vadim Filimonov   6:22:10
58 Jason Fischer Cycle Symphony  6:22:37
59 Lou Grkman Cycle Symphony  6:23:31
60 Randy Slaubaugh Ride-on Wooster  6:26:44
61 greg witt RBS MTB Team  6:28:08
62 Nathan Mirus BioWheels Cincy  6:29:27
63 Matthew Turi Stark Velo Everhard CrossFit 6:32:02
64 James Knott COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll:  6:33:10
65 Alex Elkins Tryon Bike  6:34:59
66 ryan knopf Soupcan Racing Ride On  6:35:39
67 Dave Ruller CAMBA  6:36:27
68 Florian Lungu   6:36:46
69 Jason Church Camba  6:37:21
70 Christopher Huck North Coast Cycling/Wells Fargo Advisors  6:37:40
71 Thomas Anderson Team Hungry  6:37:55
72 douglas riegner Steel City Endurance/CyclingFusion.com na 6:38:13
73 yianni pimenidis   6:38:14
74 Wayne Bowers CAMBA  6:38:15
75 Larry Rust   6:38:17
76 Kunihiko Tanuma HONDA  6:40:18
77 Brent Forrer Spin Bike Shop  6:41:01
78 Leonard Lucas Turd Ferguson and the Mustachioed Sex Panthers  6:41:32
79 Bill Mickey Pro Bikes  6:41:47
80 Adam Elser Frankford Bikes  6:43:25
81 Jared Moore TGCR  6:43:26
82 Tom Pollock Backroom Coffee Roasters  6:44:01
83 Boris Yanovsky   6:44:47
84 Scot Herrmann Fuji p/b team DAYTON  6:44:48
85 Blake Fahl   6:44:49
86 Michael Campbell Trestle Bridge Racing  6:45:40
87 Sam Props Alien Slaves trail reaserch  group  6:46:06
88 Jordan Bates   6:46:39
89 Jonathan Kersting Twin Six/East End Massive  6:46:54
90 tim brewer Pro Bikes  6:47:25
91 Daniel Joyal Les Amis cycling  6:48:56
92 Jamieson Giefer   6:51:16
93 Cory Boltman 6:52:01
94 Brandon Render   6:53:12
95 Dave Placke Rogue Racing Project  6:53:48
96 Joshua Kunz Kim's Bikes / Mohican Malabar Bike Club  6:54:55
97 Ross McKegney Litespeed  6:55:53
98 Peter Hills Merrill Lynch Cycling  6:56:56
99 Brad Scholtz SnakeBite Racing  6:56:59
100 Michael Chapman WAS Labs Cycling  6:58:01
101 Mike Hufhand Mathews Bicycles  6:58:10
102 Tommy Ryan   6:58:15
103 Glen Gardner Team Six One Four / Vortechs Group  6:58:24
104 Lucas Seitz Village Bike and Fitness  7:04:25
105 Johnathan King   7:07:05
106 Aaron Ruggles CAMBA, Eddys, Bistro on Main  7:08:19
107 Chris Durand Coachchris.ca  7:08:57
108 Mark Farmer Team SIX ONE FOUR  7:09:58
109 Joel Ronshcke Team SixOneFour  7:09:58
110 Brian Birch Team CF  7:12:29
111 Martin Zakes Edge Outdoors  7:13:08
112 Tony (Jose Antonio) Chau The Rockets MTB  7:13:45
113 Doug Rubel Backroom Coffee Roasters  7:19:04
114 Rusty Brown CAMBA/Eddie's Bike Shop  7:22:41
115 Jamie Williamson Campus Cyclery/Volvo Cincinnati  7:25:17
116 Troy Jones Mid-Carolina Multisport  7:37:05
117 John Seydlitz Scum City  7:40:49
118 John Stevens   7:42:20
119 Jason Linscott Backroom Coffee Cycling Team/The Trek Stores of Columbus  7:44:12
120 Michael Huizingh   7:44:49
121 Eric Ash   7:46:30
122 Joseph Egan NuGO / Koeles  7:46:31
123 Thomas Morris Backroom Coffee Roasters  7:46:54
124 John Perchinske   7:46:58
125 Mike Kline CAMBA  7:47:27
126 Adam Thompson Pure 12-1 ministries  7:47:36
127 Andrew Norris EVMA  7:49:00
128 Tom Stoner Cannondale Midwest Racing  7:50:13
129 Greg Champ   7:50:48
130 Joe Cambron   7:52:01
131 Arron Fonte   7:55:40
132 nick disalle Backroom Coffee Roasters/Trek Store Columbus  7:56:05
133 Aaron Holmes Orrville Cycling Club  7:59:10
134 Jason Cox Rogue Racing Project 513  8:03:15
135 Troy Haines Team DTH  8:03:43
136 Nathan Leonard   8:05:37
137 Rodney Lucketti     K|S|D  8:07:36
138 Jay Faltin   8:09:58
139 Josh Schmidt Snake Bite Racing  8:13:08
140 john Muenzenmeyer 616 bicycle fabrication  8:13:26
141 John Messner Kim's Bikes  8:15:28
142 Paul Neidhard   8:15:33
143 Chris Crofford Blazing Saddle Racing  8:20:50
144 Justin Hamilton 8:20:58
145 Christian Ambjorn Reser Bicycle  8:21:05
146 Ben Michels   8:21:52
147 Scott Calkins   8:26:21
148 Miles Barrera   8:27:33
149 Chris Norris Team Hungry*  8:30:12
150 Chris Cupples Team Hungrey*  8:30:13
151 Robert Magness Team Hungry - Campus Cyclery  8:30:14
152 Stuart Mattix COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll  8:31:14
153 robert guss   8:31:24
154 Ryan Heichel Kim's Bikes/MMBC  8:31:54
155 Jeff Cyrus Rogue Racing Project  8:33:39
156 Robert Wray   8:34:55
157 Yasuhiro Oka   8:41:16
158 garry falor   8:46:09
159 Aaron Brlas   8:47:25
160 Jonathan Jalowiec Ohio Fat Tires  8:47:30
161 Kevin Park Sewickley Cycling  8:49:13
162 Gary powers   8:51:30
163 Chris Hirsch   9:04:10
164 Jim Connolly NuGo Koeles  9:05:36
165 Kaleb Walker   9:10:32
166 Eric Whitney   9:10:33
167 Johnny Alexander West Chester Cycelry  9:17:21
168 Josh Brumfiel CORA  9:17:30
169 Chris Reese   9:19:04
170 Jeff James WASLabs  9:23:31
171 Rick Maier Merrrill Lynch Cycling  9:24:34
172 ALFREDO JIMENEZ AET Cycling  9:27:33
173  Alexander Steinker  BSM Cycling  9:28:18
174 Brad Cole   9:32:37
175 Aaron Dixon   9:37:35
176 Craig Alexander Team Dayton/Merrill Lynch Cycling  9:37:36
177 Nathan Cherry   9:43:37
178 Russ Musolf   9:58:02
179 Sam Stallings   9:58:15
180 Clemens Ceipek MVMBA  10:05:47
181 Matthew Szynal LiveMedium  10:18:36
182 Robert Stoner Cannondale Midwest Racing  10:30:39
183 Fritz Prior Team Fritzy  10:53:29
184 James Naylor FinanceITjobs.com  10:55:01
185 Jonathan Delcamp   11:30:50

Open Women 100k

1 Heidi Shilling COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll  6:15:30
2 Michelle Peariso Adventure212 / Specialized  6:15:31
3 Lauren Mika Team CF  6:20:22
4 Janet Edwards Team Bicycle Hub  6:20:35
5 Lisa Krayer Adventure 212/Specialized  6:27:40
6 Jessica Tomazic   6:35:28
7 Alexa Storoniak Cycle Solutions/Angry Johnny's  6:40:15
8 Anna Rooney COMBO Race Team / Whole Foods / Roll  6:43:27
9 Sheray Michel HRRT  6:46:33
10 Lorena Brown North Coast Cycling/Wells Fargo Advisors  6:46:38
11 Robyn Duke LapDogs Race Team Duke's Cycle Cannondale 6:52:02
12 Lenka Branichova Lapdogs Cycling Club  6:53:07
13 Bridget Donovan Biowheels  7:04:43
14 Cooper Ambjorn Team Hungry*  7:30:57
15 sarah temby RBS  7:34:57
16 tiffany clark Edge Outdoors  7:35:47
17 Michelle Johnson Trek of Pittsburgh / Dirty BELLAs  7:42:15
18 Patricia George Team PHenomenal Hope  7:42:17
19 Beverly Enslow Hammer Nutrition-CMG Racing Team Health Solutions chiropractic 7:59:36
20 Amanda Hatfield RACING GREYHOUNDS  8:04:39
21 Melissa Archey Comotion Sports  8:13:25
22 Sarah Swallow Swallow Bicycle Works  8:17:22
23 jenni smith Athens Bicycle  8:36:43
24 Christine Ahrens KSD  9:19:04
25 Andrea Tong Lap Dogs Race Team Dukes Cycle Cannondale Lapdogs Race Team 9:38:09
26 Carmen Sweet Eager Beaver 100/ Impala Bicycles  9:45:04

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