The Bermuda Bicycle Association opened its 2019 Road Racing season with the traditional Team Time Trial of 10.8 miles from the former Paget Post Office on Middle Road to Barnes Corner and then back along South Road to Bermuda College.
Teams of four raced against the clock to set the fastest time with the finish time taken from the third rider from the team to cross the line.
Topping the tables was the group from the VT Construction / Madison team comprised of Dominique Mayho, Jamie Cousines, Kwame Curling and Steve Smith who clocked a time of 25:05.
This time was more than 30 seconds slower than the course record set by Mayho and his teammates in 2016, but it was 34 seconds faster than the Winners Edge group of Darren Glasford, Mark Hatherley, Nicholas Narraway and Alexander Miller who was clocked across the line in a time of 25:39.
Third place was the second group form VT Construction / Madison with Fabien Schönenberg, Adam Harbutt, Andrew Simons and Phil Mace with a time of 26:04.
The top Women’s team was also VT Construction / Madison which included Rose-Ana Hoey, Cora Lee Starzomski and Maddie Durkin who was clocked at 29:56 and the top Juniors were Nazarai Fox, Liam Flannery, Tommy Marshal and Keiran Malott, riding for Bermuda Junior Cycling had a time of 29:07.
The 2018/2019 Bermuda Bicycle Association’s Fat Tire Massive Mountain Bike Race Season sponsorship of Arch Re, BF&M, One Communications, RMS Boatworks and Spar Yard Marine Solutions concluded with action taking place at Ferry Reach Park.
Dominique Mayho won the Male Open Race, covering the 6 lap course with a time of 1:05:21.277, Brian Steinoff was second stopping the clock in a time of 1:06:30.860 and Adam Kirk finished third clocking 1:08:11.988.
The Female Open Class was won by Ashley Robinson who was clocked across the line in a time of 1:12:34.100.
Manning Smith won the Male Novice Division race with a time of 35:06.916, Sherman Darrell was second in 36:33.475 and Wendell Burrows crossed the line third with a time of 36:48.638.
The Female Novice Class was won by Zina Jones who was clocked in a time of 30:32.946, Jenny Faries finished second clocking 40:05.000.
Following seven days of coverage of Kaden Hopkins over in the Dominican Republic and with the Final Bermuda Bicycle Association’s Fattire Massive Mountain Bike race set to take place this weekend www.islandstats.com brings you the current overall Standings after six race days.
Hans Hirchi leads the Male Open Division with 103 points, Blake Camera is second with 92 points and Brian Steinhoff is third with 90 points.
Ashley Robinson is leading the Women’s Open Division with 122 points, while Caitlyn Conyers is second with 22 points having competed in only one race.
The Male Novice Division is being led by Manning Smith with 128 points, Sherman Darrell is second with 120 points and with 106 points Matthew Ringer is third.
Cameron Morris is leading the 13-16 Age Group Division with 140 points, while Moses Johnson is second with 135 points, Blake Oliviera and Kyran Baptiste-Jones is tied third with 107 points.
Zina Jones leads the Female Novice Division with 136 points, Jen Wilson is second with 75 points and Jessica Gibbons is third with 62 points.
The 12 and Under Division is being led by Harris Fleming with 116 points, Marc Piney is second with 93 points and Zariah Outerbridge is third with 80 points.
103 Hans Hirschi 92 Blake Camera 90 Brian Steinhoff 81 Liam Flannery 72 Dennis Fagundo 72 Adam Kirk 69 Janai Robinson 67 Alan Potts 58 Alexander Miller 53 James Holloway 52 David Byrne 52 Chris Roque 49 Chris Nusum 49 Christopher Smith 33 Thomas Harcombe 32 Deshi Smith 31 Rhys Pearce 29 Kieran Malott 25 Nicholas Narraway 25 Dominique Mayo 24 Peter Tadman 24 Tommy Marshall 24 Kieran Malott 23 Ceasar Oliviera 23 Garth Fleming 23 Chequan Richardson 22 Jeff Currie 20 Justin Frank 16 McQuinn Burch 14 Geoff Smith 13 Wendell Burrows 13 Freddie Phillips 12 Duncan Simons 11 Shawn Dickinson 10 Ricky Souza 09 Stephen Muso 07 Nathan Trott 06 Kent Richardson 02 Shane Lavis 02 Aaron Fenn 02 Tom Steinhoff 02 Jason Thomas 01 Peter Tadman 01 Charles Dunstan 01 Shane Moura 01 Chris Osbourne 01 Peter Dunne 01 Alexander Southern 00 Laurence Noble
Robinson Chalapud was crowned the Champion of the 40th edition of the National Independence Cycle Tour in the Dominican Republic.
Kaden Hopkins would finish the 98KM Final Stage in 24th place clocking a time of 2:09:11, 43 second behind the Stage winner Sebastian Monroy.
Hopkins would finish 49th overall with a time of 18:38:24, finishing 30:15 behind the overall winner Chalapud.
Chalapud, with a great track record in world cycling that has led him to participate in the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España, finished with a overall time of 18:08:09.
Saturday, March 02, 2019
Hopkins Completes Sixth Leg in Dominican Republic
Oscar Sevilla led four members of the Medellín Team that swept the Mountain Stage, the sixth stage in the 40th edition of the National Independence Cycle Tour in the Dominican Republic, a contest that included the Moca-Santiago-La Vega-Constanza route and that covered a distance of 136 kilometers.
Hopkins would finish in 41st place clocking a time of 3:54.12, with the last two results Hopkins has jumped up the overall leader board and finished the Stage 54th overall with a time of 16:29.03.