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2017 Tri-State Spring Time Trial Results PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jonathan Spicker   
Friday, 20 January 2017

by: Parick McMullen

March 18: The first of four Time Trial Events scheduled for the 2017 QCW Spring Series was held yesterday, starting and finishing in beautiful downtown North Bend, OH.  We had a total of 21 riders despite the somewhat chilly weather.  A special thanks to Tom Lewnard for coming out to assist as a volunteer.

Results are attached.  The next race in our series is currently scheduled for Saturday, April 22nd which begins/ends in Melbourne, KY and follows KY Route to just past Mentor and back.  However, bridge construction along the route may require that the race be moved or cancelled.  A final decision will be announced later this week.

A special shout-out to Brian Batke of Chagrin Falls, OH who turned in the best time overall yesterday in North Bend.  Brian is the current National Champion in his age group, having won the USA Cycling Masters National Time Trial Championships last May in Winston-Salem, NC.  In other words, don’t be all depressed that you were (handily) beat by some random 57 year old dude!

Congratulations to Brian and all who participated!

June 17: Today marked the final event in the 2017 QCW Spring Time Trial Series. We had a total of 11 riders today, including two who turned in PR’s for the course. Jeff Swartout took 4:53 off his previous best and Karen Rokich took off 3:25. Since the weather did not always cooperate as it did today, I would like to first recognize Sam Lowe and Alan Zaffiro, both of whom found a way to participate in all four of the events in the 2017 Series.

Once again, thanks to all the participants and volunteers who helped make this series possible in 2017!

Event Volunteers:
Patrick McMullen - Promoter

Tom Lewnard
Steve Terschak
John Fischer
Ross Bowman
Christine Robbins





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