“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.” ~John F. Kennedy

Here at BikeTown we couldn’t agree more. We love riding our bikes and want to help as many people as we can love riding their bikes, too.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Buck Creek Trails Time Trial Results

It was a beautiful afternoon to be out at the trails! Thanks to everyone who came out to ride and to everyone who came out to watch. We had quite a fun bunch out at the trails. Without further ado, here are the results:

1. Jason Frazee - 24:38
2. Josh Brown - 25:45
3. Aaron Barr - 26:16
4. Gary Fraser - 27:12
5. Greg Allen - 27:42
6. Luke Allen - 28:06
7. Baylor Blessing - 28:46
8. Jonathan Kiley - 29:36
9. Jim MacDonald - 29:52
10. Steve Stovall - 31:06
11. Brandon Rogers - 31:38
12. Mike Sparks - 32:26
13. Cameron Moore - 33:47
14. Danny Ellison - 36:28
15. BJ Baldridge - 43:41
16. Bill Leach - 43:44

Jason - thanks for putting everyone else to shame.
Aaron - you finally beat Gary! Don't plan on that happening real often. :)
Luke - keep trying - you'll catch your dad one of these days.

This time trial was the route that the beginners will ride at next weekend's race. So, if anyone noticed anything that can use a little help, make sure and let us know.

Check back in the next day or so for a schedule of pre-ride times for next weekend's race.


Rhonda said...

Let the record show I am not out to knock on Josh...He crushes us all on the road... but I think the true results should be clarified...Josh came in straight on the road (this is his instict I think :)) to the finish and by mistake he skipped the long and painful grass fenceline finish....With that said I think Aaron can safely claim rights to finishing 2nd...Very nice Job, Mr Freerider/Downhiller by trade!!!

Kel said...

Rhonda -
You're right - Josh did come in on the road. He told us right when he finished that he missed the turn off to the finish. Since this was really a trial run for the course for next weekend's race, we didn't worry too much about it. (It did let us know where things need to be marked better!) And I forgot to note it when posting the results. But, you're right - it would have been very close between Josh and Aaron had the turn not been missed. It will be fun to watch them next Sunday. :)