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Sunday, April 24, 2022
Five Bermuda Cyclist Overseas Updates

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Kaden Hopkins

Kaden Hopkins concluded competing in the Van Rysel-Arden Challenge 2022 in Belgium.

Stage Five was over a 135-kilometer race distance.

Hopkins finished 23rd with a time of 3:15:02, which was the same time as the winner as he finished in the lead pack.

Caitlin Conyers, Liam Flannery, and Conor White

Caitlin Conyers, Liam Flannery, and Conor White concluded competing in the Redlands Bicycle Classic in California.

Stage 5 was the 68.1-mile Beaver Medical Group Sunset Road Race for Women, while the Men competed over a 94.1 Beaver Medical Group Sunset Road Race.

Stage 5 for the Men saw Flannery clocked at 4:21.18 crossing the line 101st, he finished 47.57 behind the Stage winner, while White recorded a Did Not Finish.

Flannery finished 91st overall with a combined time of 12:22.24, he finished 1:01:03 behind the overall winner Tyler Stites.

During the Women Stage 5, Conyers unfortunately also recorded a Did Not Finish.

Robin Horsfield

As preparation for his upcoming Mountain Bike Season Robin Horsfield entered the Paris to Ancaster 70 km race.

Riding a Mountain Bike in the majority-road event Horsfield finished 1st in the Menís 20-29 Category and 17th overall (out of 1074 participants) with a time of 1:50:26.

Horsfield, who recently claimed his fourth Bermuda National title (following two years of Junior Championships) stated that riding in the road peloton on his mountain bike proved challenging.

The 70 km course consisted of 95% terrain best suited to road bikes, and the sections that were better suited to mountain bikes were mud slides (as opposed to singletrack).

Horsfield said, "I was pleased to be the main instigator of the major attack that split up the front group... unfortunately there were only five of us who broke away and the rest of the group regained ground on us and we were reeled back in after about ten kilometers. I paid for this activity later in the race... but ultimately this achieved my goal as this was to be a hard training ride before my real season starts in May in Quebec at the first Canada Cup."
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