Race Results

Sat : 10/6/2012
OVCX #3
  • John Gatch, 17th place
  • Xenia, Ohio - October 6, 2012: OVCX #3: Three CCSG/RGF riders took on a 60 rider Elite field this past Saturday in Central Ohio. The third stop on the Ohio Valley Cyclocross Series saw another large turnout with a stacked Elite/Elite Masters field. Jim Baldesare, John Gatch, and Adam York all competed in the 1 hour event on a cool, sunny fall day. Gatch, who has points in the series, had a good 2nd row call up spot, but Baldesare and York had to start from the "way back" as this was their first race of the series. Gatch got a good start and settled in with the lead group. Meanwhile, Baldesare and York started pushing their way forward. Baldesare was the first to make it to Gatch, who dropped his chain on the steep climb and lost contact with the top 10. Gatch, Baldesare and 2 others formed a nice group and ride together through the mid-point of the race in about 12th - 17th position. York then came steamrolling by and blew up the group. From then on it was constant reshuffling and suffering. York finished a respectable 12th, Gatch was 17th, and Baldesare was top 25.

    Wed : 5/2/2012
    Downtown Walterboro Criterium - Walterboro, SC
  • Erin Burton, 2nd place
  • WALTERBORO, SC - MAY 2nd, 2012: Congratulations for your second place and for winning the most aggressive rider in a group which included some of the strongest Woman in the Country in the Walterboro Elite Pro-Am Criterium this Wednesday. Erin Burton riding for The Cleveland Clinic/RGF Sports Cycling Team broke away by herself with about 15 laps to go and stayed away maintaining about 12/15 second lead which she was able to hold until she was joined by Lindsay Bayer XO COMMUNICATIONS p/b CISCO both worked together and stayed away until the finish. We are all proud of you, again congratulations for a super race. The 25 lap Walterboro crit started aggressively with several attacks from various teams, although none staying away. As the field began to relax with 15 laps to go, I broke away to go after a prime and was able to get a gap on the field. With the gap open, I decided to push on and see whether I could stay away. With about 7 laps to go, Lindsay Bayer XO COMMUNICATIONS p/b CISCO bridged up to me and we decided to work together to stay away. As it turns out, Walterboro was good practice as Lindsay and I will be racing as teammates at the Nature Valley Grand Prix www.naturevalleyprochase.com as part of the Nature Valley Team. On the final lap with the field bearing down on us, I dropped my chain, but was able to get it back on and hold on to 2nd place.


    Sun : 4/29/2012
    The Steel City Criterium - Pittsburgh, PA
  • Jeff Pendleburry, 1st place
  • PITTSBURGH, PA - April 29th, 2012: Jeff Pendleburry takes the sprint over his five breakaway companions at the 2012 The Steel City Criterium in Pittsburgh, PA.


    Sat : 4/28/2012
    37th Annual Tour de Moore - Southern Pines, NC
  • Erin Burton, 1st place
  • SOUTHERN PINES, NC - April 28th, 2012: Congratulation Erin Burton, Mount Pleasant, SC, for winning The Tour the Moore in Southern Pines, NC. The race in Southern Pines, NC, was one of six qualifier races for the Nature Valley Pro Chase www.naturevalleyprochase.com, and drew a competitive field from the southern region. For the women's race, we completed two laps on a 27.5 mile course which was mostly flat but still had a few rollers and an uphill finish for the last 1k. On the first lap, several attacks off the front were easily brought back by the field, and it was clear to me it would not be an easy course to get away on. I initiated a few attacks on the first lap, but decided to stay within the field for the majority of the second lap until the last climb. With 1k to go and the field still all together, we began the climb. As the climb started, the field quickly broke apart and I was able to surge past the field leaders. Reaching the top of the climb with 200 meters to go, my legs were on fire, but I knew I had a gap on the closest riders. I dug in and sprinted to the line for the win! http://www.usacycling.org/results/?permit=2012-1875.


    Sun : 4/15/2012
    Paris Ancaster - Paris Ontario Canada Men 60k, age 20-29
  • Adam York, 10th place
  • Race Summary: news coverage: http://pedalmag.com/?p=154265 results: http://www.racetiming.ca/results/live12021.htm A spring classic with some single track and gnarly descents. Almost a mountain bike race. This was how the race was pitched to me. Hoping for the best in weather I signed up and was ready to try and redeem myself after Barry Roubaix's poor showing. Weather did NOT stay on my side. It rained the day before and during half the race. Since I was not a returning rider I got corralled with all the other cattle and missed out on a preferred start in wave one. I spent most of the first three miles passing hundreds of riders and avoiding nasty crashes to finally make contact with the front of the pack. The course is basically a series of fire roads, gnarly single or double track, dirt roads, and some pavement. I flew blind for the first half of the race missing the leaders rolling away because the mud literally made it impossible to see through my glasses. Thankfully I left my contacts at home. At about mile five things had been decided, leaders were gone and my race was turning into a dangerous game of three blind mice. I spent a majority of the first half of the race solo time trailing and dangling off of various groups cleaning my glasses. A futile task. Eventually things cleared up and we went into full on roadie rotating pace lines and managed to catch the last major group of riders, of course 1st and 2nd place were long gone up the road. The final podium spot was decided in the last super technical and dangerous down hills and pitches of the last 10km. I managed out of a group of twenty or so riders to hold on for 10th place over all of 1275 riders, and 4th in my age group. Every part of my bike and person were covered in grit and grime. I was pleased to have just gutted it out after how poorly the first part of the race went. Fitness is only ever half the equation. Vision is the other half....literally. Submitted By: Adam York.


    Sat : 4/14/2012
    Waterford Hills Training Series FRCC Spring Fling #3 - Waterford, MI
  • Adam York, 5th place
  • Race Summary: results: http://www.usacycling.org/results/?year=2012&id=723&info_id=46694 Another local training race. On a rest week I opted to drive to the race to stay fresh for the following days point to point race in Paris Ontario: Paris to Ancaster. No need to burn all my matches the day before. Race was pretty brisk from the start like all training races are. The race is held on a race track with only one notable feature; a small hill. I made a point to attack on the hill and head wind. It took a long time to finally establish a break of 4 riders with myself and 'the right mix' of other teams with 50 min to go in the 90min + 2 lap race. We were joined by three bridging riders two of which were sprinters damn. Knowing the mix was poor I attacked every chance I got eventually breeding bad will in our break. With 10min to go two riders finally were allowed to get away with the moral at an all time low. Myself and the remaining four riders two sprinters tried our best to catch them but no one cooperated. Sprinted for third but was easily bested by the lazy sprinters. I ended up with 5th on the day. Submitted By: Adam York.


    Sat : 4/14/2012
    Dilworth Criterium Pro 1/2 - Charlotte, NC
  • Rich Harper, 4th place
  • Race Summary: I traveled down to Charlotte to do the fun Dilworth Criterium. Its a tough square course with a tough 90 degree turn into a good little hill to the finish. Lined up with 70 racers for the hour long race. There were lots of small attacks but nothing could stick. I got in good position for the bunch sprint, but not much control forced an early sprint. I just didnt have it in the last 100m and finished 4th. For a tough day of racing, I was pretty pleased with the outcome. Submitted By: Rich Harper


    Sat : 4/7/2012
    16th Annual Marian Univ Midwest Cycling Classic Pro - Indianapolis, IN
  • Johnathan Freter, 28th place
  • Race Summary: After having already worked and getting my collegiate teammate the victory in the Men's A collegiate race, I went to the line for the start of my second hard race of the day. I was pretty drained since we left school at 2:30am, had a small McD's breakfast at 5:30 and didn't get any food again until about 30min before the p/1/2 race. I did as much as I could but basically it turned out to be a expensive sprint/motor pacing session. Submitted By: Johnathan Freter


    Sun : 1/15/2012
    2012 UCI Masters Cyclo-cross World Championships - Louisville, KY
  • Sally Price, 5th, Samantha Brode, 8th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 9/11/2011
    Brenner Hospital Criterium Pro 1/2 - Winston-Salem, NC
  • Mark Hekman, 25th, Rich Harper, 33rd, Sean Weddell, 48th, & Dave Chernosky, 49th place
  • Race Summary: An 8k prize list that paid 40 deep brought racers from all over to the Brenners Hospital criterium in Winston-Salem NC this past weekend. Sean Weddell, Dave Chernosky, Rich Harper, and Mark Hekman all clipped in to compete for the win. The course was half uphill and half downhill which really took its toll on the racers. Rich was super aggressively in the first part of the race and made the race so fast that his teammates had a hard time moving to the front to help counter moves. A four man group snuck off the front after one of Rich's moves and ended up sticking. Racing for 5th, Mark had a couple attacks towards the end which got shut down quickly. In the end Mark was 25th and Rich and Dave were also both in the money. Submitted By: Mark Hekman.


    Sun : 9/11/2011
    Carolina Cup Pro 1/2 - Greensboro, NC
  • Rich Harper, 8th place
  • Today was the 39th edition of the classic Carolina Cup. I have such a love/hate relationship with this race. Mostly hate as I usually miss the move, end up chasing, and get no result. Funny how that scenario plays out year after year, even though I know what's going to happen. And guess what, not much different this year. With about an hour left to go, a 4 man break had about 1 minute on the field. Jon Hamblen from Mtn Khakis started to chase. I had both Weddell and Chernosky in the field, so I figured I help do what I do best, chase. In about 8 laps, we brought the 4 man break back. The chase was tiring, but it loosened up my legs. On the last lap, I followed the early attack which got caught about 1/2 way around. I held my position down the long straight but got caught in traffic. The guy ahead of me was 3rd and I was 8th since we were across the entire road. 8th was ok considering the amount of work I did earlier in the day and way better than I did yesterday. That will pretty much wrap up my 2011 road season. Submitted By: Rich Harper.


    Sat : 9/10/2011
    Brenner Hospital Old Salem Criterium Pro 1/2 - Winston, Salem, NC
  • Rich Harper, 33rd place
  • Race Summary: Last weekend of racing for the 2011 road calendar. Today was the $8000/40 Old Salem Criterium highlighted by a super rough and long uphill between turns 3 and 1. I knew it was going to go super hard from the start since it was only 50 minutes, so I got a good warmup on the trainer. I felt pretty solid the 1st 30 minutes, getting into a couple good breaks. But thats when I fell apart. The hill really took its toll on the hard efforts early in the race. With 2 to go I go unhitched from the field and rolled in last rider not pulled at 33rd place. The race payed to 40 deep, but that was little consolation on the poor performance at a local race with such big money. Tomorrow is the classic Carolina Cup in Greensboro. I've won that before, so hopefully the legs are more cooperative tomorrow. Submitted By: Rich Harper


    Fri : 9/9/2011
    Milford Sunflower Classic - Milford, OH
  • Jeffrey Pendlebury, 2nd; Robert Martin, 4th; Cory St Clair, 7th; & John Gatch, 10th place
  • Milford, OH. September 9, 2011: Pendelbury podiums as Cleveland Clinic/RGF Sports riders packed the top 10. Four CCSH/RGF riders converged in Southern Ohio for one of the final criteriums of the Midwest calendar. The Milford Sunflower Classic has quickly become a favorite for racers and spectators alike. A lively main street, a festival, and a twilight start make this a very exciting event. John Gatch, Bob Martin, Jeff Pendlebury, and Cory St. Clair pinned on numbers and attacked this 1 hour, 5 turn technical course. “We knew there’d be a break and we wanted in,” veteran U23 team captain Bob Martin reported. The four went to the front from the gun and took turns attacking until train left the station at about the ten-minute mark. The move of three contained Pendlebury, Chris Uberti Panther, and Brad Schaeffer NUVO. Confident in their man Jeff Pendlebury, Martin, St. Clair, and Gatch kept a steady tempo in the field shedding riders along the way. The 3-man break took a lap with about 15 minutes remaining to race. Pendleburys’ Cleveland Clinic teammates massed at the front of the now darkened streets and tried to keep the pace high enough to discourage attacks and start to set him up for the finale. Uberti knew what was happening and didn’t like the odds so he attacked. Jeff gamely marked the move and drew out the NUVO rider with him. The tricky final turns and short stretch to the finish saw Pendlebury not quite able to come around Chris Uberti and cross the line in 2nd. Bob Martin held off the field for fourth, Cory St. Clair was 7th, with Gatch 10th. All CCSH/RGF riders placed in the top 10 and they came away with all of the primes.


    Mon : 9/5/2011
    Debaets-Devos Criterium Pro 1,2 - Detroit, MI
  • Dave Chernosky, 6th place
  • Race Summary: Chilly conditions greeted Bobby Martin and myself in Detroit on Labor Day. Luckily there was no rain. This has been a very popular mainstay on the racing calendar for years. The course this year was better than ever. Good roads, open and fast, with a long sprint finish. The field was pretty typical for this race, and strong as always, with good representation from many regional teams, including quite a few Canadian riders. We started fast, clocking speeds around 35 mph through the start-finish area. An early breakaway was represented by Panther and Bissell, but with a huge effort for several laps it was brought back and the field had almost been cut in half. I fought to get myself in a new break after we caught up to the first one and there were about 10 riders in all. I thought that was the race. We were caught by a chase group, and the lead field was now even smaller. Fortunately Bobby and I were both still there. There was another huge effort and a 5 man breakaway followed with some of the stronger riders and teams in it. That one stayed away. We chased hard but never caught them. On the last lap, I knew someone would jump on the back side and I decided for a change not to wait for the sprint. Greg Christian Panther jumped on an uphill and into the wind. No one went. So I sprinted after him and caught onto his draft just in time. Still half lap to go. He took a huge pull. I saw the filed starting to close on us and so I jumped up the last little hill and sprinted through the last couple turns hoping a tail wind would get me the rest of the way. It worked this time. I made it across the line 5 seconds or so ahead of the filed for 6th place. Bobby held on to sprint for a respectable 12th. Submitted By: Dave Chernosky


    Sun : 8/28/2011
    Birmingham Bike Festival Crit Pro 1,2 - Birmingham, MI
  • Jeff Pendlebury, 8th, Dave Chernosky, 9th place
  • Race Summary: This is a tight course. Six turns on what is probably less than a one kilometer course. Pace started fast and split the filed of 50 or so riders. It came together for a short time and then sort of split again with a surge. Jon Shell, Jeff P., Cameron and myself were trying to get in the break but three riders went away. None of the Michigan big shots were in it, like Bissell and Wolverines. so we thought it would not go, but it went from 10 seconds to 30 seconds, and on such a tight course it was hard to pull them back. Setting up for the sprint in the final lap I was towards the front when a huge crash occurred right at the front of the filed. The Panther lead out train made it through but everyone else got caught behind it or in it. Jeff made it and I swerved far left and just barely avoided going down myself. Kicked it in and managed to finish 9th, with Jeff just ahead of me for 8th. Two in the top 10 was not bad, all things considered. Submitted By: Dave Chernosky


    Sun : 8/14/2011
    Orrville Milk Race - Cat 1/2 - Orrville, OH
  • Jeff Pendlebury, 1st place
  • Jeff Pendlebury wins the Orrville Milk race, in solo fashion for the last ten miles of the race. Field sprint for second that Rob won after being in breaks all day. Race Report: The Smith Dairy Milk Race in Orrville, Ohio on Sunday August 14,2011. The race started out with cool temperatures, an overcast sky and dark clouds. Representing the Cleveland Clinic Sports Health RGF team were Bob Martin and Jeff Pendlebury. The filed size was 30-40 riders. The race started off slow with a few attacks in the first three laps. Bob was quick to respond to all the attacks and brought back anything that looked threatening. Assisting Bob with covering the attacks was ex-team mate Steve Twining with Groovy Cycleworks. With two laps to go the weather changed to high winds and a heavy rain. Starting the final lap the field bridged up to a solo rider. I was able to counter the move and ride away and sustain the gap for the win.


    Sun : 8/14/2011
    Cherry-Roubaix - Michigan State Road Race Championship Pro 1/2
  • Alan Antonuk, 12th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 8/13/2011
    Cherry-Roubaix Old Town Criterium Pro 1/2
  • Alan Antonuk, 13th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 8/13/2011
    Chesapeake Criterium Pro 1/2 - Chesapeake, VA
  • Rich Harper, 5th place
  • Race Summary: You know the season is almost over when the Chesapeake Crit rolls around. Its a fun flat mile or so loop with a super windy back stretch. The XO guys always show up with a strong team, and this year was no different. Just a few laps into the race I get into a break with 3 XO guys and 2 other racers. After about 20 minutes we lap what was left of the field. 15 minutes later, the chase group took there lap, so there were now 11 guys with 1 lap up. 2 guys from the break got away and the rest of us stayed together for the rest of the race. I was definitely tired from the hard headwind section in the closing laps, and 2 more guys were able to sneak away. I won the bunch sprint for 5th. Only a couple more races left in the season. Next up is the NRC Sunbrella Labor Day Omnium in South Carolina. Submitted By: Rich Harper


    Sat : 8/13/2011
    New Belgium Mass Ave Criterium - Indianapolis, IN
  • Johnathan Freter, 11th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 8/7/2011
    SafeCo Insurance Category 1/2 - Elk Grove Village, IL
  • Rich Harper, 9th, Jeff Pendlebury, 33nd, Alan Antonuk, 38th, Jeremy Grimm, 55th, Marco Aledia, 56th place
  • Race Summary: This weekend I traveled up to Elk Grove village to compete in the Category 1,2 at the Tour of Elk Grove. I've done the pro race a couple times and was looking forward to the more manageable speeds in the amateur race. The weather was a nice reprieve from the 100* temps that have been constant in the Carolinas. There were 2 days of racing, both on the same 2K P shaped course. On Saturday, I wasn't sure how my legs were going to react to about 3 weeks of not racing. They were a little sluggish at the start but came around quickly. I spent the afternoon representing Cleveland Clinic/RGF in almost every break. Bad luck had a rider crashing in front of my in the last lap, negating a sure top 10 finish. Marco stayed in there and finished 6th on the day. I knew the lack of racing was going to catch up with me on Sunday. I felt flat most of the day, but did my best and stayed at the front covering moves. With 1 to go Jeremy took a flyer which was caught 600m before the line. I followed the wheels and finished 9th, 6th in the bunch sprint. We didn't win as much money as we had hoped, but we learned a little more about racing with each other as a team. That will pay dividends down the road. Submitted By: Rich Harper


    Sun : 8/7/2011
    City Park Criterium Pro 1/2 - Salisbury, NC
  • Nick Inabinet, 25th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 8/7/2011
    Sylvania Crit Pro 1/2 - Sylvania, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 17th place
  • Race Summary: This is a cool race but a crazy course. Turn after turn...some more than 90 degrees, narrow roads. Jim B and Jonathan F., Bobby and I lined up with about 45 riders. The race started pretty fast and I tried to stay close to the front since the course was so tight. Paul Martin got away with one other rider a third of the way through and Panther tried to slow it down. Jim B. started chasing but it was too late. Half way through the race was breaking up and it was hard to bridge gaps. Then it started to rain and the crashes started happening. I got caught behind three crashes and lost contact with the main group which was less than 15 riders at that point. Only 5 laps left so I tried to bridge back but could not finish it off. ended up in the money at 17th. Jonathan F. ended up just in front of me in 16th. I would go back to this one next year...but its gonna be tough. Submitted By: Dave Chernosky


    Sun : 8/7/2011
    Zoar Road Race - Zoar, OH
  • Josh Halvax , 5th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 8/6/2011
    Elk Grove Village Bank and Trust Cat. 1/2- Elk Grove, IL
  • Marco Aledia, 6th, Jeremy Grimm, 15th, Alan Antonuke, 32nd, Rich Harper, 44th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 8/6/2011
    PUR Tour - Masters - Mason, OH
  • OBrien Forbes, 1st place
  • Race Summary: Cincinnati's PUR Tour has been around for 11 years. It is sponsored by P&G's PUR water filtration. The race is held around the Mason, OH P&G facility. Pretty much a 1.5 mile oval with one good grade. O'Brien Forbes was the defending champion going into this year's race so the pressure was on! To boot, he was racing without his usual teammate, John Gatch. He tried attacking numerous times in the first 6 laps to no avail - everybody was marking him and not pulling through. With 3 laps to go, O'Brien stopped attacking and waited for the field sprint. With one lap remaining, Team Dayton did an impressive lead-out for their sprinter Vince Clune. O'Brien used that train to launch his own sprint, taking 1st place in the process. Vince Clune did finish second.


    Sat : 8/6/2011
    PUR Tour - Cat 1/2/3 - Mason, OH
  • OBrien Forbes, 2nd, Cory St. Clair, 13th place
  • Race Summary: Cincinnati's PUR Tour has been around for 11 years. It is sponsored by P&G's PUR water filtration. The race is held around the Mason, OH P&G facility. Pretty much a 1.5 mile oval with one good grade. In the Senior I-III event, Team RGF was represented by Cory St.Clair and O'Brien Forbes. The wind had picked by the afternoon and was directly on your nose for the final. The plan was to get Cory in the first move and O'Brien to follow the wheels and wait to either bridge in a chase group or counter when Cory was caught. O'Brien was not sure how his legs would respond after winning the Masters race earlier in the day. Even the best plans can change .. O'Brien found himself off the front on the first lap with Matt Bole of Team Dayton. The two worked well together and established a 30 second gap within 3 laps. With 1 lap remaining, the gap was above 45 seconds. Matt Bole launched an attack on a rise with 500 meters to go and distanced himself from O'Brien. O'Brien tried to follow, but the mornings efforts finally showed their teeth. Submitted By: OBrien Forbes


    Fri : 8/5/2011
    Downtown Statesville Criterium Pro 1/2 - Statesville, NC
  • Mark Hekman, 11th, Nick Inabinet, 23rd place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Thu : 8/4/2011
    Downtown Salisbury Criterium Pro 1/2 - Salisbury, NC
  • Nick Inabinet, 8th, Andre Vandeberg, 19th, Nathan Larson, 25th place
  • Race Summary: This Thursday I did the night crit in Salisbury NC with Cameron, Nick, Andre, and Mitch. I got a really good start and was able to stay in the top 15 positions throughout the first part of the race. There were several attacks and small breaks but then a large break of about 15 went up the road and I could not go with it. Luckily Nick was able to make it in. The course was a lot of fun and going into the last turn before the sprint I was on Andre's wheel. I wasnt able to sprint as fast as him and lost a few positions to end up about 25th. The next night we raced in Statesville NC with Mark Heckman joining us. I felt good again riding at the front and was even in a break with Mark for a lap with some others. But about 45 minutes into the race I had some abdominal and stomach cramping problems. I couldn't push through and was dropped from the pack. Even though I didn't get any results from this race I am glad to see that even though I have taken some time off from TOV that my legs still feel fast enough to do a race like that. Submitted By: Nate Larson


    Wed : 8/3/2011
    CMC Northeast Criterium p/b Cabarrus Creamery - Pro 1/2 - Concord, NC
  • Andre Vandenberg, 13th, Nick Inabinet, 26th, Mitch Gabel, 36th, Mark Hekman, 39th place
  • Race Summary: This was the first race of a 5 day race series. My overall goals for the series was to win the sprinters jersey and top 3 the overall. There was to be 3 sprint primes awarded through the race awarded to the top 3 overall. I knew that in order to put myself in position to win the sprinters jersey I would need to sprint for these. I was very active early on trying to get in the early breaks. The bell rang for the first prime about 20 minutes in, at this point in the race I was in a 6 man break and new I had a good chance to score some points. One rider was up the road solo and he grabbed first and I won the sprint out of the break. Sweet 20 points awarded to me. The second prime was announced 40 minutes in and Sean Weddell did a great job of getting me to the front, but unfortunately we got pinched in the second to last turn messing up that chance. I missed out of the 3rd prime lap, but wasn't too worried about it. With 3 laps to go Sean Weddell and Nick Inabinet did a great job of setting tempo on the front to lead me out, but we got separated and with all the jumbling for position I was unable to get the finishing position I wanted and ended up 13th on the night. I was now 3rd overall in the sprint points only 12 down. Submitted By: Andre Vandenberg


    Sun : 7/31/2011
    Milford State Championships Pro 1-3 - Milford, MI
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place
  • Race Summary: Another very hot day to race. Had to let a few breaks go up the road since we had very little numbers racing. After Jeff was in a break and chasing a break down I went with the next one and it stuck. 10 of us rode away from the rest. I took a $120 dollar prime and the next lap was $175, so I was toast with 4 laps left. I was in perfect position behind the winner of the race and two other riders tied me at the line. From the picture from the officials it looks like I took 2nd or 3rd but all 3 of us came into agreement for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. It really doesn't matter because we all lost. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm


    Sat : 7/30/2011
    Lakewood Criterium 1-3 - Lakewood, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place
  • Race Summary: Our team had a very hard race today. We were always on the defensive instead of attacking. We made the best of it after 3 teammates tried to pull back the front group. I then had to bridge the gap and the winner of the race helped me to do it. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm


    Sat : 7/30/2011
    Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium - Charlotte, NC
  • No Finishers place
  • Hot and humid conditions awaited 145 pro and cat 1 riders at one of the premier criteriums in the US. What makes it so special? Well we race in front of thousands of spectators on Trade street in the heart of downtown they call it 'uptown' Charlotte. There is something pretty cool when you look up and realize you are racing amid skyscrapers, the city and race promoters are closing down this huge city to watch me well.. not me, really race my bike. Oh yeah, there is $50,000 up for grabs, and USA crit points, bragging rights to one of the hardest criteriums, and podium girls. Definately an honor to toe the line against an international field of the best crit racers around. Starting for Cleveland Clinic Sports Health/RGF were Alan Antonuk, Jim Baldesare, Mark Hekman, Nicholas Inabinet, Sean Weddell, Andre Vandenberg. After a decent start, giving credibility to the field depth there were over 30 call-ups, I moved towards the front and stayed there. This race always gets peeled from the back, if not a crash or two. The long barbell shaped course peaks in the center, so twice a lap you must go up a false flat at 30 mph, not too bad when fresh but it will crack most by the end. Today was no exception to the attrition, out of the 145 starters only about 20 were in the front group and then riders finishing in one's and two's thru 50 or so riders, all others finished at least a lap down. Mid race there was huge chase, Mostly by UHC, to catch a small break and during that 5 or so laps about 50 riders got popped. Having made it thru that spot, I was feeling l would make it to the line. I tried to stay hydrated. Submitted by Jim Baldesare.


    Fri : 7/29/2011
    Worthington Criterium - Wothington, OH
  • Marco Aledia, 1st, Josh Halvax, 2nd place
  • Race Summary: This has always been a tough race. A great course with a nice size hill on it that false flats all the way to the start finish line. Being from Worthington I have always wanted to win my hometown race but victory has always escaped me here. This year I skipped Charlotte to stay home and give it another crack. Not a huge turnout this year but still some heat in the field. About 5 laps in I told Josh to give it a dig up the hill and I followed.. he seperated 4 of us from the field and that was the race. We worked well together for the next 20 laps or so. I was thinking the others would attack towards the end but no one really did. I was comfy with a sprint of course but really wanted to get away solo... I waited till the last lap though and hit em hard on the hill.. not much of a reaction and I went away to win solo. FINALLY! Got my hometown and win and got to dedicate that one to my father which I have been waiting a long time to do. Submitted By: Marco Aledia


    Sun : 7/24/2011
    Indy Criterium Pro 1/2 - Indianapolis, IN
  • Jeremy Grimm, 7th, Marco Aledia, 11th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Wed : 7/20/2011
    Ring of Fire - Cat 1/2 - Asheville, NC
  • Andre Vandenberg, 1st place
  • Race Summary: The Ring of fire is a bi-monthy race held in Asheville, NC. The race is held on an old 500 meter Nascar Speedway. The races is 60 laps and every 5th lap is a sprint lap awarding points five deep. 5,4,3,2,1. The last sprint is worth double points. Lapping the field gives a rider another 20 points. Sean, Nick, and I made the 2 hour drive from Boone, NC in hopes for a good speed workout and maybe make a little cash. Nick attacked from the whistle and Sean followed the counter quickly gaining a half laps lead. I followed the next move and managed to bridge across. It was now the 3 of us and 4 other guys. We lapped the field in the next 5 laps and after that It was sit an wait for the sprints to come. I managed to win a few of them, but got top 3 in everyone of them. I skipped the sprint with 5 to go knowing I needed to save for the final sprint. I told Sean and Nick that I was feeling good and that we need to do a leadout so I could win the final sprint. Sean and Nick picked me up with 4 to go and Sean drove it hard for 2 laps. Nick took over with 2 laps to go and delivered me perfectly with 200 meters to go. He got me such a big gap that I was able to easily win the last sprint. I ended up getting first with 46 points. Beating 2nd place by 8 points. It was a great race and the first time in a while that I felt like I may actually be coming into some form. Submitted By: Andre Vandenberg


    Sun : 7/17/2011
    Tour d'Burg Criterium - Masters 30-49 - Miamisburg, OH
  • OBrien Forbes, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 7/17/2011
    Tour d'Burg Ohio State Criterium Championship - Masters 40+
  • Jon Shell, 1st place
  • Race Summary: Please see OB's Race report as well. a full contingent of 30-50 yr Master's battled in the hot summer heat for the win. while OB jumped away on a counter attach launched after mine with a small group I waited until they had a solid lead to jump out of the filed and bridge. I finished with the break group just behind two solo riders in different age groups and i took the sprint by jumping clear on the second the last turn to capture the Win for the Masters 40+ Ohio State Criterium Championship. Submitted By: Jon Shell


    Sun : 7/17/2011
    Tour d'Burg Criterium - Pro 1/2 - Miamisburg, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Jim Baldesare, 6th, & Dave Chernosky, 9th, Marco Aledia, 13th, place
  • MIAMISBURG, OH - July 17th, 2011: Jeremy Grimm is crowned the 2011 Ohio Elite Criterium Champion. Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 7/16/2011
    Block O Criterium - Pro 1/2 - Columbus, OH
  • Marco Aledia, 1st, Bob Martin, 3rd, Josh Halvax, 5th, Jim Baldesare, 7th, Cameron Jackson, 13th place
  • Race Summary: Anytime you can do a race 15 minutes away from your house you have to take full advantage of it. The race course was on The Ohio State University Campus and being a big buckeye fan I figured I would show my support. Jim, Cam and I were hanging at my house and ended up leaving late to ride down there so it was full gas to make it there, and register 10 mins before the race started. An early move went with Josh and Bob and it went clear pretty quick. 4 up the road with 2 teammates in and we were decently happy with that. Figured i would chill and wait for the attacks to come from the bigger names. We hit halfway and no one had really attacked.. just 1 guy here and there riding hard at the front. I honestly thought to myself halfway through that the ride to the race was harder than the race so far... so I had to change that. I was hoping to test my hip out a little today so I waited a little longer and as we saw 10 togo and the break was just under 50 seconds up the road I decided to get a workout in. I attacked with 1 other guy in tow... I had to wait for him but I didn't really want to be out there alone. So we hooked up and I was full gas just trying to snap the fields chase. They kept us close for a little but after a couple laps the elastic broke and we were free to fly. I looked up the road and we had taken about 20 seconds out of the break so I kept smashing it with the other rider mostly sitting on... but he gave me just enough rest each lap to be able to keep it going. It took us about 5 laps and were made contact with the break.. honestly didn't think about getting across when I attacked but I will take it:- rode a couple laps with the break and I wanted to test em so put in a couple attacks but all came together with 1 togo. Bob hit it pretty hard down the back stretch and gapped him and myself off.. I hit out early through the last couple corners to cruise in for the win. Great work by the boys today.. 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th. Best part about my

    Sun : 7/10/2011
    Tour of the Valley - Pro 1/2 Criterium - Youngstown, OH
  • Jeff Pendlebury, 5th place
  • Race Summary: This was a hot race temperature-wise with the mercury on the thermometer showing low 90s. I lined up with a few others from our team. I followed a few attacks and went off the front to see if Panther would follow and they wouldn't. I continued to watch stuff and follow promising moves. With 30 mins to go I was too hot so I chilled back for a few laps. With 5 laps to go I tried to move up and picked a bad line coming into the last lap. I made up a few places but only took 17th. Submitted By: Alan Antonuk


    Sun : 7/10/2011
    PIedmont Triad Omnium - Pro 1/2 - Lexington, NC
  • Rich Harper, 3rd & Mark Hekman, 25th place
  • Rich Harper and myself contested the omnium. My legs are coming around still so I helped out Rich as much as I could. Rich finished an impressive 3rd overall next to two UCI pros. Submitted By: Mark Hekman.


    Sat : 7/2/2011
    Marion Classic - Pro 1/2 - Indianapolis, IN
  • Jeremy Grimm, 6th, Jeff Pendelbury, 9th, Alan Antonuk, 20th, Jon Shell, 23rd place
  • Race Summary: This was my first race back from my injuries at Dairyland. I rolled this race with Jeremy, Jeff, John, and Bob. The goal was to get in the break that went up the road. I had the freshest legs so I took the first shift covering attacks. I follorwed a couple moves that got pulled back before Jeff countered with a bissell rider. A quarter lap later we saw Jeff on the ground and I immediately went to the front to try and bridge up to the group that was trying to catch jeff before he crashed. I pulled them part way back before someone countered. I fell back a ways and someone clipped a pedal in a corner nearly taking ne out which caused a huge gap to form. Luckily Jeremy was on the front side of that gap and with Chad Bs help made it to the break. Jeff was also put back in so as to be in the break. With this I was satisified and wait in the pack while the break lapped the field. The break eventually lapped the field with 10 minutes remaining. Bissell and Texas Roadhouse got on the front and drilled it. I tried to help Jeff get to the front to be in a good positoion to sprint. I put myself in a reasonable position and took 20th. Not bad for my first race back. Submitted By: Alan Antonuk


    Sat : 7/2/2011
    Marion Classic - Master 1/2 - Indianapolis, IN
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Jon Shell, 4th, John Gatch, 9th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 6/26/2011
    Grandview Hts Cycling Classic - Pro 1/2 - Grandview Hts, OH
  • Jim Baldesare, 3rd, D. Chernosky, 11th, M. Aledia, 15th, S. Weddell, 22nd, J. Shell, 23rd, J. Grimm, 31st, N. Inabinet, 35th place
  • Race Summary: One of Ohio's premier races. solid field and hot temperatures with a decent hill every lap. racing started slower than usual but then many hard attacks went with nothing getting any gap. it was obvious the omnium money was causing a bit of negative racing. noticing this 3 riders, not in omnium contention, got off the front. then one lap later we joined by two more. with almost 20 laps still to go the group work well together to maintain a 30-50sec gap. during the days effort one rider got dropped and the 4 other continued to push for the line. deep into the effort, no one even tried to attack and all 4 sprinted for the line in a photo finish for all 4 spots. Cleveland clinic sports health rider Jim Baldesare taking a respectable 3rd on the day. Submitted By: Jim Baldesare


    Sun : 6/26/2011
    Tour of Reidsville - Reidville, NC
  • Rich Harper, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/25/2011
    Hyde Park Blast - Pro 1/2 - Cincinnati, OH
  • Marco Aledia, 10th, Jeremy Grimm, 17th, Jonathan Shell, 28th, Sean Weddell, 40th, David Chernosky, 44th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/25/2011
    USA Cycling 2011 U23 Road Nationals - August, GA
  • Stephen Schott, 55th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Fri : 6/24/2011
    USA Cycling 2011 Elite Criterium Nationals - August, GA
  • Rich Harper, 54th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Fri : 6/24/2011
    USA Cycling 2011 U23 Criterium Nationals - August, GA
  • Johnathan Freter, 47th, Mitchell Gabel, 54th, Stephen Schott, 64th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Fri : 6/24/2011
    Madeira Centennial Criterium - Pro 1/2 - Madeira, OH
  • Sean Weddell, 12th, Jon Shell, 30th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/18/2011
    Jude Clark Ctiterium Pro 1/2 - Louisville, KY
  • Johnathan Freter, 3rd, & Cory St Clair, 13th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/18/2011
    Ohio State Masters 1/2/3 Road Race Championships - Zanesfield, Ohio
  • O'Brien Forbes, 1st, & John Gatch, 2nd place
  • ZANESFIELD, OH – Saturday, June 18: Cleveland Clinic Sports Health/RGF Solutions p.b. Felt Bicycles riders O’Brien Forbes West Chester, Ohio and John Gatch Terrace Park, Ohio grab gold and silver at the Ohio State Masters 1/2/3 Road Race Championships. The hard rain, which started to fall 20 minutes before the start of this 60 mile road race, didn’t put a damper on the strategy laid out by two seasoned bike racers. “The plan was simple,” according to Gatch. “We were going to get 1st and 2nd, finishing order didn’t make much difference to us. We just wanted the top two podium steps.” The duo let the first two 15 mile, mostly flat, loops soften up the legs of their competitors before acting out their plan. “The first couple of laps were fast and a little nervous with the rain. We marked any serious accelerations and tried to keep our powder dry – which wasn’t easy in those conditions!” related Forbes. With 20 miles left Forbes and Gatch traded attacks eventually leaving Forbes solo but only about 20 seconds up on the still lively group. Long, wide open sections where the bunch could still see OB whipped up many counters attacks and some hard tempo. Gatch marshaled the front of peloton and eventually the rubber band snapped leaving O’Brien to his last lap solo TT effort that “really hurt,” Forbes later said. Pain aside, O’Brien Forbes cruised for a solo victory nearly 90 seconds up on the group where John Gatch took the field sprint in the twisty, wet finale. “Last year I won and OB got second. This year he wins and I get second. It’s all good when RGF comes out on top,” Gatch summarized.


    Sat : 6/18/2011
    Ohio State Masters 1/2/3 40 - 44 Road Race Championships - Zanesfield, Ohio
  • Jonathan Shell, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 6/12/2011
    Tulsa Tough Master 40+ - Tulsa , OK
  • Sean Weddell, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 6/12/2011
    Ride On Wooster Criterium at the Roses Catergory 1- Wooster, OH
  • Josh Halvax, 5th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 6/12/2011
    Ride On Wooster Criterium at the Roses Masters 35+ - Wooster, OH
  • John Gatch, 1st & Bob Martin, 7th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 6/12/2011
    Le Tour de Mont Pleasant - Pro 1/2 - Mount Pleasant, MI
  • Jim Baldesare, 2nd, Jeffrey Pendlebury, 12th, Alan Antonuk, 26th, Cameron Jackson, 42nd, Johnathan Freter, 46th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/11/2011
    Tulsa Tough Master 40+ - Tulsa , OK
  • Sean Weddell, 7th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/11/2011
    Le Tour de Mont Pleasant - Pro 1/2 - Mount Pleasant, MI
  • Jim Baldesare, 3rd, Alan Antonuk, 19th, Johnathan Freter, 24th, Cameron Jackson, 32nd, Jeffrey Pendlebury, 39th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Fri : 6/10/2011
    Tulsa Tough Pro 1/2 - Tulsa , OK
  • Sean Weddell, 17th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 6/5/2011
    Eagle Creek Contemporary Circuit Race - Indianapolis, IN
  • Cory St. Clair, 3rd, Mitch Gabel, 7th place
  • Race Summary: After the earlier success of John Gatch winning the Masters race and taking the overall omnium, Mitch Gabel, John Gatch and myself took the start line the 1/2/3 race. John Gatch started things off by getting into the initial move that would eat up some time before Mitch and I would have to work. With about 40 minutes to go the move got brought back and the fireworks started to go off, for the next 15 minutes there were none stop attacks but none of them were able to get more than just a few seconds up the road. With seven laps to go I was able to slide off the front with a group of four, and I knew if we pushed it now we could open the gap. Mitch bridged up with 4 others and the group our lead group was able to open up the gap that would stick for the finish. Gatch played the team card and monitored things in the field as we railed it at the front to stay away. On the last lap a Bissel rider and a Texas Roadhouse rider attempted a flier and open just a big enough gap that the rest of us couldn't close it down before the line. Mitch and I were able to position ourselves for the last turn so that I took the group sprint for 3rd, he finished 7th and Gatch finished in the main field. Submitted By: Cory St. Clair.


    Sun : 6/5/2011
    2011 North Carolina Elite State Road Race - Graham, NC
  • Rich Harper, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 6/4/2011
    Peoples Bank Omnium Pro 1/2 - Johnson City, TN
  • Sean Weddell, 13th place
  • Race Summary: This weekend I elected to make the short drive over to JCity for the People's Bank Omnium. The purse as gone up every year and this year would be the best yet. The RR is 55 miles with a finishing climb of over 8 miles that gains over 3K of elevation and tops out at 5500 feet. Fun and with over 80 guys preregistered for the omnium it was also going to be a hard race. I was feeling good in the RR when going through a turn several guys went down due to oil on the road and no one warning us it was there. I managed to make it through the oil but got taken down by a rider sliding across the road. Waited too long for the wheel truck and then chased with two other guys for the remaining 25 miles. Ended up coming in 3 minutes behind group but still passed several guys that had been dropped on the climb. TT was flat and short at only 3 miles. I borrowed a TT bike with the hope of doing well. However, have issues with the seatpost a half hour before my TT was not what I had in mind. Still managed a respectable 22nd but should have been top 10 for sure. Crit was one of the most ridiculous courses I have been on to date. 6 turns, two of which were essentially 180 degrees turns. One came after doing three consecutive left hand turns. Over half of the 80 man field got popped. I was able to finally make my way to the front after avoiding several crashes and stayed there for the last 15 laps. I about got crashed with one to go but managed to still come in for a 13th. This also put me 19th in the omnium. ubmitted By: Sean Weddell.


    Sat : 6/4/2011
    Tri West Omnium Elite Masters - Indianapolis, IN
  • John Gatch, 1st place
  • Indianapolis, Indiana, June 4-5, Eagle Creek State Park - Cleveland Clinic Sports Health/RGF Sports p.b. Felt Bicycles rider John Gatch placed third on Saturday and first on Sunday on his way to taking the overall śomnium title in the Elite Masters category. "Saturday I was a bit outnumbered and up against about 6 Texas Roadhouse guys," reported Gatch. "I missed the winning Texas twosome move, but was able to initiate a chase and ultimately win 3rd place from another Roadhouse rider." Sunday saw him move up to the top step of the podium. "I felt really good and had nice sprint at the end of a fast hour-long crit," said Gatch. Gatch's weekend of racing was his first on CCSH/RGF team issued Zipp 404 tubulars with the new Firecrest aero rim shape. "Those are some amazing hoops! Light, super stiff laterally, and a very smooth non-grabby braking surface. I also love that whoosh, whoosh, whoosh sound as you wind up the speed. I can't wait to race on them again!" Next up on the Cleveland Clinic/RGF calendar are Ohio State Road Race Championships in Wooster, Ohio and Le Tour de Mount Pleasant in Michigan. Look for more team Zipp 404's crossing the line first. Submitted by John Gatch.


    Sat : 6/4/2011
    McDonald's Tri-State Criterium - Huntington, WV
  • Marco Aledia, 1st, Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, Jim Baldesare, 4th, Jeff Pendlebury, 6th, Jon Shell, 8th, Bob Matrin, 11th place
  • Was looking forward to racing in Huntington as I used to road trip down there back in the day and spent some fun times down there. Training has been full fledge for Nationals at the end of the month so I was looking to smash it after a nice 2 hour training ride in the morning. The course was tailer made for me.. flat 4 corner downtown crit with a bar on one side of the start finish and a starbucks on the other. The team wanted to be aggressive from the get go and I figured I would start the action 2 laps in and went on the offensive with Rolf TRH. We worked well together and got a pretty nice gap. We could see a group coming across 7-8 laps later but couldn't make out who all was in there just yet. Once they got close enough we realized it was 3 RGF and 2 more TRH. The showdown was on and we had the upper hand with 4 to thier 3. We all worked smoothly to gain 3/4 of a lap on the field and then the attacks started. Jim Baldasare followed Rolf again and they were the 1st to take a lap. We were pretty happy with this but we kept rolling to make sure we stayed out front. With 10 laps to go I sent the boys on the attack again to see if we could single out the Roadhouse guys. I sat tight and made sure John Grant TRH was held in check as he was thier fastest finisher. A couple laps later we also took a lap and I sent Jeff on the attack straight away. This forced Roadhouse to chase and as he was caught I sent JC. He put in a HUGE dig as Grant tried to follow with me in tow. This split us away from the field again with Jon Shell making a nice move to get across to us. We had now singled out a TRH rider which was perfect. We held the gap and coming into the final lap I jumped down the back stretch and held on for my first win of the season. Great to be back! And the team rode great which is a great sign with Nationals on the horizon. They made my job easy today... thanks boys! Submitted By: Marco Aledia


    Sat : 6/4/2011
    2011 North Carolina Mens Men 30-34 State Road Race - Graham, NC
  • Rich Harper, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Fri : 6/3/2011
    Friday Night at the Track - Pittsburgh, PA
  • Stephen Schott, 1st place
  • Race Summary: The TT took place on a fast .5 mile track. About 50 riders showed up for the 5 mile TT. The effort was really intense and short. I ended up winning the TT but was a little disappointed with my time because I came 6 seconds short of the track record. Submitted By: Steve Schott.

    Final Resu1ts:
  • 1st - Steve Schott, Cleveland Clinic Sports Health - RGF P/B Felt U23, 10:21
  • 2nd - Andrew Seitz, 10:22
  • 3rd - Kevan Rutledge, UPMC Cycling Performance, 10:24
  • 4th - Craig Cozza, UPMC Cycling Performance, 10:34
  • 5th - John Heffner, 10:36


  • Mon : 5/30/2011
    Quad Cities Criterium - Pro/1/2
  • Jeremy Grimm, 8th, Marco Aledia, 17th, & Jim Baldsare, 37th, Alan Antonuk,63rd place
  • Race Summary: 95 and it felt like 80 so it was nice for a change. I have seen more raining days than I want for the next 10 years. Race started out with a break of 25 that 9 riders couldn't stay with. I tried to get up to a solo chase rider and didn't have enough to catch him and so after that 3 riders were up the road. I was left with 12 others. I finished 4th in the sprint after clipping my pedal with 3 turns left, finished 8th with. Marco took a $500 dollar prime and won the field sprint for 16th. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm.


    Sun : 5/29/2011
    Newmark Center Classic Cat 2/3 - Miamisburg, OH
  • Johnathan Freter, 2nd, Cory St. Clair, 6th, & Josh Halvax, 16th place
  • Race Summary: RGF had Cory St Clair, Josh Halvax and Johnathan Freter racing at the Newmark Center Classic. The race started off with a short lived attack by Johnathan. After that break was brought back both Cory and Josh both had unsuccessful counter attacks. Then Cory was able to pick up a prime as he tried to take a flyer. Finally about half way through the race Josh was able to initate a strong break. With Cory and Johnathan marking any bridging attempts the break lasted until two laps togo when the break was brought back. Then Charles South made a brave move and rolled off the front of the field. No one in the field wanted to chase so they raced for second. Johnathan brought the field home, Cory got 6th and Josh got 16th. Submitted By: Johnathan Freter.


    Sun : 5/29/2011
    North Carolina State Time Trial Championships Pro 1/2 - Thomasville, NC
  • Rich Harper, 1st place
  • Race Summary: Well technically, I was second in the P12 by 0.3 seconds which is crazy considering the TT was over 40k distance!, but the guy that beat me was from VA, making me the NC State P12 TT champ. I skipped the state crit the night before to rest my legs, but in hindsight that might not have affected my performance. I knew after a couple miles that my legs were just lead bricks. I caught my 30sec man in a couple of miles, but I could not keep the effort to drop him after I passed. On the horizon I could see my 1 minute man and knew he was maintaining his gap. Finally got into the tailwind and the legs started to come around everyone's legs come around in a tailwind though: I put my head down and concentrated over the last hard 5 miles. Missing the category win by such a small time gap was really frustrating as this is the second time this year I've been beat by less than 1/2 a second. Maybe I'll head to the VA state TT and look for redemption. Submitted By: Rich Harper.


    Sun : 5/29/2011
    33rd Annual Melon City Criterium Pro 1/2 - Muscatine, IA
  • Alan Antonuk, 25th place
  • Race Summary: Finally stopped raining and we raced in the dry for once... but not after a 2 hour delay from some pretty seriuos weather in the morning. This is a pretty challenging course with a nice long hill to the finish line. I chilled most of the race only jumping across to a couple big moves just to make sure they weren't going anywhere. The legs were pretty good and I was sitting nicely behind the AeroCat leadout. Coming to see 1 lap to go on the downhill a rider decided to have a look back and over lapped the rider directly in front of me. He went down hard and fell into me sending me off the road at over 35 mph.. tried to keep it upright and back on the road but by the time i got back on course it was too late. race over for me. Submitted By: Marco Aledia.


    Sat : 5/28/2011
    Snake Alley Criterium Pro 1/2 - Burlington, IA
  • Jeremy Grimm, 26th place
  • Race Summary: Wet course in the start of the race left me very timid but I still passed a lot of riders. When I mean pass other riders it is all on the downhill never on the hill, because a tenth of a ton doesn't climb good at all. Passed 6 riders again on the last 2 turns but was first loser on the pay list. Can't wait to get a real starting position next year. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm.


    Sat : 5/28/2011
    The Memorial Bike Race cat 1/2/3 - Lexington, OH
  • Josh Halvax, 1st, Stefan Kadar, 2nd place
  • Race Summary: I went directly from the start just to scare them a bit and wake them up. It was a smallish field of 25-30 riders, but they worked well to chase everything. Stephan attacked and got 30 seconds with 4 other riders. I didn't like the odds, so i attacked and bridged on the hill and was able to get across. I went directly to the front to force the tempo and to be sure to stay away. I sat in for the last k or so knowing that I had the best sprint of the bunch. Stephan attacked with 500m to go and he was getting caught. I then let it all out and won the sprint by maybe 40 m. Stephan was just able to hang on for second. I really like racing with him. He is very smart and a nice man. Submitted By: Josh Halvax.


    Fri : 5/27/2011
    High Point City Criterium Pro 1/2 - High Point, NC
  • Rich Harper, 5th place
  • Race Summary: Hek, Nick, Andre and I lined up for the fast 6 corner criterium in downtown High Point, NC. Most of the local stars were represented, ensuring a tough race. We all took turns covering moves as they rolled off the front. About 1/2 way into the race, I bridged across to the winning break of 8 riders. I wasn't feeling super great, so I did my share and got off the front. I positioned myself a little too far back for the uphill finish on the last lap and came out 5th on the night. We are starting to click so more podiums and wins should be coming soon! Submitted By: Rich Harper.


    Fri : 5/27/2011
    Burlington Road Races Pro 1/2 - Burlington, IA
  • Marco Aledia, 7th place
  • Race Summary: Was just really looking to get the miles in today as it was a long 102 mile mostly flat road race. Didn't want to do anything stupid and ruin myself for the whole weekend so I played it pretty easy. Of course the temps dropped and we got rained on which made it a pretty miserable 4 hours. A group of 5 got away with 60 miles to go and stayed away so in the end we were sprinting for actually 4th as we caught a guy on the run up. Was a tough finish b/c no one really knew the finish all that well so there were alot of riders going early. I fished as much as I could and set myself up nicely with 200 meters to go. I had to go to the bathroom so badly I could not get out of the saddle which made the last couple k pretty hard. I trackied the sprint and managed 3rd to finish up 7th. Pretty happy for my longest ride in a few years. Submitted By: Marco Aledia.


    Sun : 5/22/2011
    Mill Creek Cat 1/2/3 - Youngstown, OH
  • Jim Baldesare, 1st, Josh Halvax, 9th, Dave Chernosky, 12th, Jeremy Grimm, 15th, Jon Shell, 16th & Stefan Kadar, 17th place
  • Race Summary: Mill Creek CR Youngstown Ohio holds a beautiful park in Mill creek, and within it a great one mile circuit with a stiff little hill that really hurts on anything but a good day. Thirty or so riders toed the line and the real racing after a few laps. There were many attacks in the 30 lap race but nothing stuck until mid-race Josh Halfax Cleveland clinic sports Health/RGF and Ray Huang Carbon Racing got away for several laps, causing other teams to chase and the CCSH/RGF riders to just sit pretty. The pair were caught and many hard attacks lap after lap ensued from CCSH/RGF, Team Carbon, and Panther being the main aggressors. With 2.5 laps to go 2 time champ Dan Quinlon slipped away. CCSH/RGF went to the front with Cameron Jackson and john Shell trying to pull him back. Dan was stubbornly strong and forced Stefan Kadar and Jeremy Grimm to come to the front fully committed with one to go. Stefan and Jeremy pulled their guts out back and forth until Grimm crushed the final hill, Baldesare sitting in the draft, and still 100 or so meters from catching Dan probably only 300 from the line. Baldesare jumped around his lead-out and just nipped Dan at the line. A great Cleveland clinic sports Health/RGF team effort! Submitted By: Jim Baldesare.


    Sun : 5/22/2011
    Historic Downtown Wake Forest Crit Pro 1/2 - Wake Forest, NC
  • Rich Harper, 22nd place
  • Race Summary: Another day of racing where I raced stupid. Missed the break that took a lap. Missed the counter move that stayed away. Chased all day to bring back counter move and was cooked by the finish. Disappointing result. Submitted By: Rich Harper


    Sat : 5/21/2011
    McDonald's Capital City Criterium - Lexington, KY
  • David Chernosky , 8th & Cory St. Clair, 14th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 5/21/2011
    Berger Hardware Road Race Pro 1/2 - Clayton, NC
  • Rich Harper, 11th place
  • Race Summary: Not much to report. Small sub-30 man field. Bridged to the break, we got caught. Missed the counter, ended up chasing the rest of the day only to place out of the money. Disappointing result. Submitted By: Rich Harper.


    Sun : 5/15/2011
    Germantown Road Race Cat 1/2/3 - Germantown, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Marco Aledia, 3rd, Cory St Clair, 4th, & Jeff Pendlebury, 5th, & O'Brien Forbes, 12th place
  • Race Summary: Big thanks to so many people that help give me a win today. God is first, because with Him all things are possible. My family has supported me so much and I would not have the fitness if it wasn't for them. Also the sponsors we have, thanks to them I am racing. Big thanks to the Team starting from the top and to all the riders, it has been a fun year so far and lets keep it rolling. The day off the race worked out pretty good. My legs felt great and I knew it and so did my teammates. I rolled to the line and my tire blew up. Thanks to Andy Burns he let me use his rear wheel. I looked for someone who I trusted, my close friend and hard working young lady April Beckner kept my Zipp wheel safe for me. The race started out slow which was good so that way I could warm up my legs. Then after one lap and a few miles I took off on the first attack on the day. Before I took off our team was already rolling through together at a good slow pace so it made it easy for them to block I am sure. I had a big gap as soon as I left and it went up to a min after one lap. Just before 3 laps were over I flatted Andy's rear wheel. Michael Chifala from Colavita Ohio Cycling team had a wheel for me to use thanks to him and his Coach Richard Luthas. I looked back after I changed the wheel and they were 30 sec behind me. I had to take off again and I was never caught by anyone. I sure thought with 2 more laps to go in a 59 mile race I would be caught but it made me suffer for 50 miles solo. Marco took 3rd, Cory took 4th "leads the series", and Jeff Pendlebury came in 5th after leading the guys out for almost a mile before the finish. Coach OB also helped us out to make it a very successful day. My legs want to race some more but I need some family time until Iowa, I am looking forward to those races, the time doesn't go by fast enough. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm.


    Sun : 5/15/2011
    Chippewa Creek Road Race, Brecksville, OH
  • Jim Baldesare, 2nd place
  • Race Summary: Chippewa Creek RR A wet and humid day awaited some 20 or so riders for a local/regional race held in the Brecksville metropark. After a slow couple laps of a 7 lap race, a decent attack went up the road. Cleveland clinic sports Health/RGF had covered the move so Panther had to pull it back, which they did cresting a small roller. Immediately Baldesare CCSH/RGF counter attacked and took 4 willing riders, teams panther/spin/carbon, with him. The Group worked well and smoothly together growing their advantage to almost 2 minutes. The rain got pretty heavy and the panther rider suffered a flat with 1.5 laps to go, leading to 4 riders ascendeding the finishing hill together. The sprint shook out with the spin rider winning and Baldesare a close 2nd on this very challenging course. Submitted By: Jim Baldesare


    Sat : 5/14/2011
    Tour de Grove - Pro 1 - St Louis, MO
  • Jeremy Grimm 28th, Marco Aledia 41st place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 5/14/2011
    Tour de Grove - Cat 2 - St Louis, MO
  • Jeff Pendlebury, 10th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 5/14/2011
    Race at the Lake - Cat 1/2/3
  • Dave Chernosky, 4th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 5/14/2011
    All That Jazz Criterium Pro 1/2 - Cheraw, SC
  • Mark Hekman, 5th & Rich Harper , 7th place
  • Race Summary: So Mark Hekman and I braved the rainy and cold weather and headed south to Cheraw, SC for their second annual All That Jazz Criterium. I went last year and enjoyed the course, so it was an easy sell this year, regardless of weather. The field was pretty small with each team having 2 guys, so it made the race pretty predicable. Hek and I took turns covering moves. Finally the move stuck with Hek being in it with 4 other guys. I was in the "chase" group. The race was pretty much staus quo from then on. I bobbled the 3rd corner and lost my wheel and came up second in the sprint for 7th overall. Hek, just getting into form, rolled in for 5th on the day. Small races are usually the hardest to win. Submitted By: Rich Harper.


    Sun : 5/8/2011
    USA Cycling Division 1 Collegiate Road Criterium National Champ
  • Nicholas Inabinet, 2nd place place
  • See Team Press Release dated May 11th.


    Sat : 5/7/2011
    Race at the Lake - Cat 1/2 - Munroe Falls, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st & Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, Stefan Kadar, 4th place
  • See Team Press Release dated May 11th.


    Sun : 5/1/2011
    Cone-Azalia - Milan, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 5/1/2011
    Akron Valley Circuit Race - Akron , OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st, & Bob Martin 2nd place
  • There was some rain today in Akron, Ohio, but generally the riding conditions were better than originally expected. The team showed its diversity here today. Many of the "big guns" from Cleveland Clinic/RGF were heating up the pavement in other areas of the South and Midwest. Nevertheless, the team raced well together here today. There were several breaks, but it came down to a field sprint, as it was clear that more riders are coming into form now that the season is under way. Dave was able to pull off the win and Bobby was second, for another 1/2 Cleveland Clinic/RGF finish. Although both of them were admittedly a little tired. The real race was with the other CC/RGF riders.

    We actually decided that we were all going to race hard and have most of us in the lead break, or keep the field together. Cameron, Mitch and Dave got in some early moves. Mitch tried one on his own later in the race. After we realized there was not likely going to be a break, at some point Bobby asked Cameron, Stephan and Mitch to keep it together, knowing we had a chance of a 1/2 sprint finish. So they did just that. There was a late solo breakaway attempt with two to go and a 30 second gap. Mitch, Cameron and Stephan pulled the loan rider back to within 10 seconds and then Mitch put in a remarkable effort to finish closing the gap with 1/2 lap to go. There was a nice lead out by one of the other teams, but Stephan pulled Bobby and Dave past it with 200 meters to go, and the rest was sort of easy. It is sometimes a thankless job to work for your teammates and then not get a personal result. So the real winners today were Cameron, Mitch and Stephan. Thanks!


    Sun : 5/1/2011
    Lynchburg Race Cat 1/2 - Lynchburg, OH
  • O'brien Forbes, 2nd, Cory St. Clair, 9th, & John Gatch 11th place
  • CLEVELAND CLINIC SPORTS HEALTH - RGF pb FELT BICYCLES CELEBRATES CORY ST.CLAIR'S BIRTHDAY WITH A PODIUM FINISH

    Ohio Spring Race Series #7, Lynchburg Road Race, Lynchburg, Ohio, May 1, 2011: When racing your bicycle in middle Ohio on a spring day you can be sure of two things “flattish roads and lots of wind. And lately, a third element, rain, has been added to that list. Lynchburg did not disappoint. "Brien Forbes, Cory St. Clair, and John Gatch approached Sunday's 60 mile road race with two goals, a podium and a defense of Cory's overall lead in the Ohio Spring Series. The first two laps were quick with minor attacks that were quickly absorbed, however the big hammers started to fall on the third 8.5 mile loop. Strong attacks saw the front end of the bunch peel away a group of 7. Forbes gamely marked the move, which gained an immediate 20 second advantage. Chaos ensued behind as the peloton started to crumble in the strong winds. In the confusion St. Clair lost contact. As it was his birthday and he was leading the series Gatch quickly went back to retrieve him and limit the losses. 2 long laps later Cory and John clawed their way back to the second group on the road. Meanwhile up in break the big man, "OB", did what he does best on a course such as this “laying down the power. In the late stages of the race Scott Moro, Ride to Recovery, slipped the break and no one was willing to chase," related Forbes. Moro soloed in for the win then O'brien Forbes sprinted in the block headwind finish to easily outdistance the rest for a solid 2nd place. Behind, birthday boy Cory St. Clair put in a nice finish and ended 9th, Gatch came through in 11th. Both St. Clair and Forbes rolled on Zipp 404's and 808's and reported no adverse effect in the ever-changing hard winds. A testament to the design of a wheel that gives aero advantage and can withstand crosswinds. The day was a success with both goals met.


    Sun : 5/1/2011
    3rd Annual Downtown Sanford Criterium Masters 35+ - Sanford, NC
  • Sean Weddell, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 5/1/2011
    3rd Annual Downtown Sanford Criterium Pro 1& 2 - Sanford, NC
  • Rich Harper, 1st, Jim Baldesare, 2nd, & Jeremy Grimm, 10th, & Andre Vandenberg, 13th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 4/30/2011
    Tour De Moore, Southern Pines, NC
  • Rich Harper, 5th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sat : 4/30/2011
    Race at the Lake - Cat 1/2 - Munroe Falls, OH
  • Jeff Pendelbury, 1st & Dave Chernosky, 5th place
  • The Cleveland Clinic team was fortunate to get one of those dry days in April for the second round of Race at the Lake. With a field size of approximately 50 riders I knew that was a sure sign of an action packed race. The first lap started out fairly slow but on the 2nd lap the race started to heat up. By the 5th lap Panther was laying down some hard attacks. About 30 min. into the race a group of 5 riders were able to break away from the field. The group consisted of one from Panther, one from Carbon, one from Elite Velo and two riders from Cleveland Clinic Sports Health - RGF pb Felt. The break away group worked together well and was able to maintain a steady gap of 30 to 40 sec. on the field. When it came down to the last lap I knew I did not want a sprint finish. With one mile to go I made my attack. I was able to maintain a 4 to 5 bike length lead through the finish. David Chernosky had a strong lead out from Cleveland Clinic Sports Health - RGF pb Felt to help him secure a 5th place finish. Submitted by Jeffrey Pendlebury.


    Sat : 4/23/2011
    Race at the Lake - Cat 1/2 - Munroe Falls, OH
  • Jim Baldesare, 1st, Jeff Pendlebury, 2nd, Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, & Marco Aledia, 6th place
  • Race Summary: Race At the Lakes 4/23/11 Very nice weather and the first race of a local/regional favorite series, brought a solid field of riders. The action started right away as 2 riders went clear on the first of 30 laps. After a few pushes the two riders were joined by 6 more and a break of 8 rolled away. All of the strong teams were represented, 3 Cleveland Clinic Sports Health/RGF, 3 carbon, 1 Panther, and Spin. The group worked steadily and were later joined by 3 more riders, 2 CCSH/RGF and another panther which definitely changed the race dynamic. After several laps attacks and counter attacks, instigated mostly by CCSH broke the group and 2 riders went up the road and lapped the field, after 4 or so laps 5 more wouldn't be held back and also lapped the field. Finally, a group of 5 surged ahead, Jeremy Jim and Jeff from CCSH/RGF, Matt Weeks from Carbon Racing, and Andy Clarke from Panther. In the final two laps, CCSH/RGF attacked and counter attacked until Jim was off solo for the last lap and an undeniable team effort. On the day, CCSH/RGF sweep the podium 1st, 2nd, and 3rd! Submitted By: Jim Baldesare


    Sat : 4/23/2011
    Race at the Lake - Masters - Munroe Falls, OH
  • Dick Brink, 4th place
  • Race report coming soon...


    Sun : 4/17/2011
    Steel Crit Showdown Pro 1/2 - Pittsburgh, PA
  • Jim Baldesare 2nd; Jeremy Grimm 3rd; Jeff Pendlebury 4th; & Alan Antonuk 6th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 4/17/2011
    Akron Valley Circuit Race - Akron , OH
  • Bob Martin, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 4/16/2011
    Roanoke Twilight Criterium PRO 1/2 - Roanoke, VA
  • Jeremy Grimm, 6th; Jim Baldesare, 14th; & Sean Weddell, 18th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 4/16/2011
    Roanoke Twilight Criterium Cat 3 - Roanoke, VA
  • Jeff Pendlebury 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 4/10/2011
    Downtown Denton Criterium - Cat 3 - Denton, NC
  • Jeff Pendelberry, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 4/10/2011
    Akron Spring Race
  • Dave Chernosky, 2nd, Bob Martin, 3rd place
  • We had nice temperatures and a pretty large field for the first Valley Series Circuit Race in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The race started fast and by the second lap there was a much smaller field that saw a group of 5 off the front. Cameron did a great job of getting in the break which dropped one rider and was down to 4, with RGF/CCSP, Panther, and two Carbon riders. The break got about 45 seconds on the field and stayed away for at least 4 laps. The teams not represented in the break put up a hard chase which finally caught the break with 1 1/2 laps to go on the 4 mile circuit. Bobby, Steph, Cameron, Mitch and I covered everything from that point and the remaining riders were set up for a sprint finish unfortunately, Jeff flatted on the second lap...he might have made the difference for us. Two lead-outs erupted from the field at 400 meters. I got on one of them with Bobby on my wheel. Unfortunately Bobby and I got separated when I tried to go around the front because one of the Pittsburgh riders surged early. I caught up to him in the final meters but fell just short, holding on for second. Still a good result for the team as Bobby finished just behind me in third.

    Sun : 4/10/2011
    Downtown Denton Criterium - Pro 1/2 - Denton, NC
  • Rich Harper, 1st, Jim Baldesare, 3rd, and Jeremy Grimm, 9th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 4/10/2011
    Vandervorts Corner Road Race - Clarksville, OH
  • O'Brien Forbes, 1st & Cory St. Clair, 6th place place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 4/9/2011
    Asheboro Criterium - Masters 35+
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st; Jim Baldsare, 2nd, and Sean Weddell, 4th. place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 4/9/2011
    Asheboro Criterium - Pro1/2
  • Rich Harper, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 4/9/2011
    Asheboro Criterium - Category 3
  • Jeff Pendelberry, 4th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 4/4/2011
    Rock Hill Cassic Road Race - Rock Hill, SC
  • Rich Harper, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 4/3/2011
    Hueston Woods Road Race - Oxford, OH
  • Jim Baldesair, 3rd & Cory St. Clair, 9th place
  • Race Summary: 4/3/11 Hueston Woods RR. Mostly sunny day and calling for temperatures above 60, I felt like I should break the seal and do some bike racing. Stayed in Oxford with a friend, and rode over to Hueston woods with Teamate Cameron Jackson. Have to admit to being pretty amazed when FINALLY getting to try my new Zipp 404 Firecrest Tubi Wheels.. wow, almost doesn't seem fair. Course is 7.5 laps of a rolling park loop with 3-4 harder pitches for a total 0f 65 miles. Joining me were Cameron, O'Brian Forbes, and Corey St. Clair. Having Corey in the series lead for which this race was a part, we decided to try and put him in the winning move. The race rolled off with a neutral start and soon after attacks started one after the other with Cleveland Clinic Sports Health/RGF and Panther cycling team instigating most. After 5 or so miles in, I followed a panther rider and took anotherXXX cycling team in tow, we noticed a small gap and decided to give it a push. After a lap or so it seemed like we had a solid gap, but certainly a long way to go. I was very confident that when a group bridged up, that it would contain atleast one Cleveland Clinic Sports Health/RGF teamate... well, that bridging group never came and the three of us worked smoothly and seamlessly for some 50+ miles. Aparentlly, we hap a gap up to 4 minutes with a field that was shattered by the finish. With a lap to go the XXX rider attacked on the hardest gradient and rode the last lap solo for a solid victory. The Panther rider and I tried to catch but just rolled the last lap and sprinted for the line together. Happy with the days effort but inspired to being higher on the next podium. Submitted By: Jim Baldesare

    Sun : 4/3/2011
    Winthrop Criterium Pro/1/2 - Rock Hill, SC
  • Sean Weddell, 4th & Rich Harper, 6th place
  • Race Summary: The Rock Hill race weekend is always a classic for racers in the Carolinas. This year, the Winthrop Criterium was back to the staple course around the lake in Winthrop Park. Its more of a circuit race style course with no real corners and 1 uphill drag with a windy headwind finish. Lots of local talent were down in Dothan, AL this weekend contesting the $10,000 CityFest Criterium, but it was still a strong field with a couple teams still sporting 5-6 riders. A 1/4 of the way into the race, a break of 3 went clear and stayed away til the finish. I floated in the bunch and moved to the front on the last lap. Coming into the finish there was a big crash right behind me which disrupted the bunch sprint. I was caught out in the headwind for a little to long but was able to hold onto 6th while fellow RGF teammate Sean Weddell won the bunch sprint for 4th. Tomorrow morning is the 85 mile Rock Hill Road Race. Submitted By: Rich Harper

    Sun : 4/3/2011
    Ann Arbor Velo Club Spring Training Series Crit #2 - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 2nd place
  • Another chilly start this weekend with temps just above freezing and despite the threat of some eminent precipitation a good 25 people rolled to the race. I was feeling pretty spent from the previous days efforts at Hillsboro-Roubaix so I elected to watch the race develop and chase down things that looked like they were going to stick. I went with several attacks that looked strong but those in the peleton didn't want to let the elastic snap. After 50 minutes it came down to a sprint, I had 2nd wheel going into the final turn unfortunately my lead-out man didn't take the final turn tight and two escaped on the inside, I was able to chase down all but one and ended up 2nd. Alan Antonuk

    Sat : 4/2/2011
    Hillsboro-Roubaix - Hillsboro, IL
  • Alan Antonuk, 11th place
  • Cory and I rolled this race. For a Michigander it was nice to be racing in 60F weather with the sun shining down upon us, and a warm 20 mph breeze out of the west. After the usual pomp and circumstances from the race official the 110 person strong field was off. Attacks went hard for the first lap of three. Given there were just two of us and I was just getting over a cold we were not able to cover all of the attacks. Eventually a group of 7 got away. And the pack appeared to be content with situation. The peleton continued to surge in the 2nd lap and on the run back into town a split occured, Cory and I finding ourselves on the wrong side of the split. Realizing this we put our heads down and with quite a few others bridged the gap. From this point forward I tried to stay near the front on the 3rd lap to avoid any further splits. Going into town I followed the Texas Roadhouse leadout train and was 2nd wheel into a very long straight away sprint, the usual chaos occurred and was able to get around enough people to take 4th in the field sprint, good for 11th overall. Alan Antonuk

    Sun : 3/27/2011
    Schababerle Road Race - California, KY
  • Cory St. Clair, 3rd place
  • Race Summary: It was a really cold spring day with temperatures in the low 30's so I wasn't sure how my legs would feel after warming up. The course was very difficult with a long stair step climb that got steeper toward the top where the finish was located. With three laps to go there was a three man lead group with a minute and a half gap, I launched an attack on the steepest part of the climb and got away with two Nuvo riders. Since Nuvo already had a rider in the lead group I knew I would still be out numbered once we bridged. We made the catch with about a lap and a half to go, but on the last lap Nuvo started playing the numbers game and one of them was able to get away. The rest of us came into the final climb to finish together and I was able to power up the last rise for the third place finish.Submitted By: Cory St. Clair

    Sun : 3/27/2011
    Ann Arbor Velo Club Spring Training Series Crit #1 - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 4th place
  • Cold start to this race with temps in the low 20s, but the sun made things feel a bit warmer, didn't seem to scare too many riders away as nearly 30 rolled the A race. The race started off quickly with attacks going off from the gun, I went with one early which got pulled back, and was immediately countered. A group of 4 went up the road and riders seemed content to give them a bit of leash. I quickly bridged up taking two others with me bringing the group to 7, we dropped 2, and one added. Only took 20 minutes to lap the field. We blew through the field and started to lap again, but the motivation from the breakaway crew wasn't there. So we chilled in the pack watching each other for another 20 minutes. The ended the field early and we got 2 laps after the pack was finished to sort ourselves out. Given a strong headwind coming into the finish nobody was interested in going alone to the end, so it came down to a sprint. I hit it a tad to early and got passed by a few, but still managed 4th. A great way to start the season. Race report submitted by Alan Antonuk.

    Sat : 3/26/2011
    Mid-Ohio Gran Prix - Manfield, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st & Jeff Braumberger, 3rd place
  • Race Summary: Very cold day, Jeff and Josh also raced. Thanks to my teammates Jeff took 3rd and I took 1st. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm

    Sun : 3/20/2011
    Deer Creek Road Race Cat 1-3 Race - Mt. Sterling, OH
  • Cory St. Clair, 1st, Johnathon Freter 5th, Jeremy Grimm, 6th place
  • Race Summary: The Course was pretty flat with two small climbs. With the windy conditions Johnathon Freter Initiated the first move and got away with one other rider. About 20 minutes into the race I was able to bridge up with 2 other riders, and the group of 5 of us were able to move away from the group building up an advantage of 3 minutes. In the last mile of the race Johnathon was able to do a strong lead-out until about 350 meters to the line. I jumped and was able to pull ahead for the win 10 meters from the finish line. Johnathon finished 5th, and Jeremy jumped out of the field in an attempt to bridge for 6th place. Submitted By: Cory St. Clair

    Sun : 3/20/2011
    Deer Creek Road Race Cat 4 Race - Mt. Sterling, OH
  • Jeff Pendlebury, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 3/19/2011
    Malabar Road Race - Lucas, OH
  • Jeff Braumberger, 2nd and Jeremy Grimm 4th, Jon Shell, 5th place
  • Race Summary: Mine is a boring 37 mile solo TT only to be caught by 3 others in the last 50 meters. Very Heart-breaking. Submitted By: Jeremy Grimm.

    Sun : 3/13/2011
    Amity Road Roace - PA
  • Steve Schott, 1st place place
  • Race Summary: The race course was on a 5 mile course 7 laps with about 370 feet of climbing per lap. Steve Bedillion CAT and an AG3R rider attacked at the start of the race. Once we got to the big climb on the course, I set tempo and got a small gap. I eventually got caught on the downhill and then attacked again. I ended up spending 31 miles in a solo breakaway. I built a gap up to 1.5 minutes and it dropped to ten seconds by the time I crossed the line and won my first race of the season. Men 1/2/3 Top 5 1 Stephen Schott 2 Samson McHugh 3 John Heffner 4 John Cotter 5 Justin Kanter. Submitted By: Steve Schott

    Sat : 3/12/2011
    Long Run Park - Louisville, KY
  • Cory St. Clair, 6th place
  • Race Summary: First race of the season for Cory and Johnathon, started with a field of about 50 riders. On the short rolling circuit course the wind was a big factor as there was no time wasted getting the attacks rolling. A group of 3 got away early and opened up a large gap on the field. With only 2 RGF riders represented in the field we were out numbered by a large turn out from Texas Roadhouse and NUVO Cycling, we did a good job getting into most of the moves all day. With 2 laps left Johnathon went to the front and did a long pull to pull back everyone lingering off the front except for the 4 riders and Cory was able to open up the field sprint taking 6th on the day. Submitted By: Cory St. Clair

    Sat : 11/6/2010
    2010 Iceman Cometh Challenge Pro Men
  • Alan Antonuk, 22nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 11/6/2010
    2010 Iceman Cometh Challenge Male Singlespeeds 40 +
  • Jonathan Shell, 16th place place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 10/31/2010
    Chagrin River Cyclocross Challenge - Day 2
  • Cameron Jackson, 8th place place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 10/30/2010
    Storm the Greens - Louisville, KY
  • Christopher Bogedin, 4th place place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 10/11/2010
    Big Bad Wolf Cyclo-Cross - Midland, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 2nd place place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Fri : 9/10/2010
    Sunflower Revolution VII - Milford, OH
  • Ryan Good, 1st and Bob Martin, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 9/6/2010
    Debaets-Devos Pro-Am Memorial Bicycle Race - Auburn Hills, MI
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 9/6/2010
    US 10K Cycling Classic - Atlanta, GA
  • Steve Schott, 57th place
  • The race might of not been a NRC race but it was a really legit fielddefinitely the best field I ever rode against. A lot of pro teams showed up, such as United Healthcare, TT1, Mountain Khakis, Adego Energy, Fly V, Jamis Sutter Homes and all your other southern Elite teams. The coolest part was George Hincapie BMC and Craigs Lewis HTC showed up to race the race too. The course was primarily rolling. A break of 9 got off the front right away. The pace was really easy the first 2 laps but after that teams were setting a really hard tempo on the front. With about 3 of the 11 laps on the circuit left, they were caught. With a lap to go the winning break of 3 went. I tried to move to the front a couple times but I had some issues staying up there since there was a lot more fighting for position with so many riders. I ended up finishing 57th with the main field and Joey Rosskopf Mtn Khakis won the race. My legs felt really good today but it was really hard to work your way to the front. - Steve Schott

    Sun : 8/29/2010
    North Carolina U25 State Road Race Championship - Graham, NC
  • Steve Schott, 4th place
  • The course had a gradual 1 mile climb and the other 12 miles were downhill. The field was smaller since it was only U25. Happy Tooth was the only major team there with 6 riders and everyone else was racing solo. 2 laps into the race a break of 2 was established containing John Crow Happy Tooth and Isaac Enderline Atlantic Velo that stayed clear to the finish. Nicholas Team Ville and I did the majority of the work to keep the break at 1 minute for 13 miles but we eventually sat up since no one else was contributing. With 6 miles to go Ross Happy Tooth and I attacked the remaining group of 10 riders. Coming into the last 200 meters Ross jumped started his sprint. I jumped on his wheel and tried to come around on the left side. A car was driving the opposite direction 50 meters from the finish line Even though we were supposed to get full road with 200 meters to go. I had to slam on the brakes and swerve right to avoid going through the windshield and I lost the sprint for 3rd because of the car. - Steve Schott

    Sun : 8/29/2010
    2010 International Tour de Toona Criterium - Pro 1 - Altoona, PA
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 13th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 8/29/2010
    River Gorge Omnium - Pro 1/2 Criterium Stage 3
  • Rolf Eisinger, Overall GC 1st place
  • I was first overall going into Sunday’s crit. I won a couple priems and put in some attacks which RGF was able to get a lot of call outs for. The start finish was on a hill with a tail wind. I played my cards right and let a guy get up the road and formed a break with Jonathan. The break happened on the up hill when I attacked getting our speed up to 35 mph. Jonathan was the only one to hang on and we just rode way from the field. We worked together for the last 20 minutes of the race and I beat him in the sprint to take the overall.

    Sun : 8/29/2010
    2010 ALLVOI Cup Pro 1/2 - Northbrook, IL
  • Adam Leibovitz, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 8/29/2010
    2010 International Tour de Toona Criterium - Cat 2 - Altoona, PA
  • Bob Martin, 4th, & Cameron Jackson, 17th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 8/28/2010
    River Gorge Omnium - Pro 1/2 Road Race Stage 1 - Pro
  • Rolf Eisinger, 2nd place
  • The road race started Saturday morning at 8:30 am. There were a couple attacks but nothing was getting up the road until Jonathan from Nuvo attacked with a guy and they had a gap before the second KOM. We caught the other guy on the second climb but Jonathan was still out of sight. I was one of three guys in the first group who crested the second KOM. On the long fast decent a few more guys caught on and we had a group of twelve or so through the valleys. This was fine with me since they could help do some of the work before the finishing climb. There was a small attack at the base of the hill and Michael Olheiser and the other guy had a small gap. I rode towards the front and caught the other guy but Michael was riding for the finish line. The group I was in ended up being only Dirk and me which I was able to ride Dirk off my wheel. I caught Jonathan with 200 meters to go and finished 2nd. - Rolf Eisinger

    Sun : 8/22/2010
    Tour de Gaslight - Mich. Criterium State Championships - East Grand Rapids
  • Alan Antounk, 17th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 8/14/2010
    Mass Ave Criterium - Indianapolis, IN
  • Rolf Eisinger, 4th, Jeremy Grimm, 5th, Adam Leibovitz, 7th, and Ryan Good, 8th place
  • The race started out fast with a few guys getting into early breaks. After one of my break attempts was brought back there was a stronger counter. It stuck with 11 guys. We had Adam, Jeremy and Ryan in the break. I was looking around and saw the field really wasn't strong enough to do much. I attacked and was able to bridge up solo. Jeremy saw me and started to drop back to help. We won some primes and the break lapped the field. Then the fun started with everyone trying to attack Nuvo. RGF Cleveland Clinic Sports Health - RGF pb Felt was very active and we had a lot of shout outs. Last couple laps Adam, me and Jeremy were in a line when Adam made a move. He attacked and Nuvo and Texas Roadhouse jumped on his wheel. He Adam shut it down when he saw what was going on. Texas Roadhouse attacked and it took Nuvo everything they had to pull him back. I was on Eric Young's wheel in the last lap. I was gapped in a corner while we passed Texas Roadhouse and he won I was passed by two guys placing 4th. Jeremy was 5th, Adam 7th and Ryan 8th.

    Sat : 8/14/2010
    Capital Cycling Club - Apex Road Race - Apex, NC
  • Steve Schott, 10th place
  • Apex Road Race Report, 8/14/2010, Pro 1 / 2, 66 miles

    The race started at 8 AM in the morning under sunny skies. The course was a non technical course with a lot of gradual power climbs and false flats. Roughly 35-40 riders showed up. The only major team that showed up with a large team was Happy Tooth with 6 riders but you did have a few from Hincapie Developmental Team, global bike, Subaru-Garyfisher Elite, and Team Ion-United Healthcare.

    The race started out with constant attacks. I tried to get in a few breaks but my legs didn’t have that top end power to get away. Eventually after 40 miles the winning break of 6 got away. I just didn’t have the legs to follow and I stayed with an 8 man chase group. Coming into the final lap a group of 2 riders from the chase group attacked and then another rider went with them. They were about 200 meters off the front so I tried to bridge up solo with 1.5 miles to go. I caught them right at the line but I couldn’t pass any of them. I ended up getting 10th out of the 18 finishers. The race was really hard since I haven’t raced in a month. - Steve Schott

    Tue : 8/10/2010
    Westlake A Race Series
  • Brett Sudetic, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 2nd, & Bob Martin, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 8/7/2010
    PUR Tour - Mason, OH
  • Ryan Good, 2nd & Cory St. Clair, 11th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 8/7/2010
    Downtown Warsaw Classic - Warsaw, IN
  • Adam Leibovitz, 6th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Fri : 8/6/2010
    Downtown Statesville Criterium
  • Rolf Eisinger, 4th & Jeremy Grimm 11th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 8/1/2010
    Safeco Insurance Alexian Brothers Tour of Elk Grove - Cat 1/2
  • Rolf Eisinger, 12th, Ryan Good, 16th, & Jeremy Grimm, 18th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 7/31/2010
    Garrett Wonders Memorial Criterium - Westerville, OH
  • Bob Martin, 4th, Cory St. Clair, 7th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 7/31/2010
    United Health Care Alexian Brothers Tour of Elk Grove - Cat 1/2
  • Rolf Eisinger, 21st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 7/25/2010
    Le Champion Pave - Flint, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 11th place
  • First race back from nearly 3 weeks of un-racing, 2 of which didn’t involve much biking due to a family reunion, numerous thunderstorms during the time of day I typically ride, and a week-long conference out in Philadelpha. As a result I was feeling pretty rested, though I knew I wouldn’t have great leg speed, perfect weekend for a race in Michigan, to warm things up for the upcoming weekends in Chicago and Charlotte.
    The crit was the Le Champion Pave, a new criterium for this year hosted in downtown Flint. I know what you’re thinking: yea, someone’s going to get shot up on the block. Fortunately they held it in a part of town that was very nice looking, had quite a few restaurants, and I think if they promoted it a bit more to the general public could draw a much bigger crowd than they did.
    The course itself was a 3 sided course, with the start/finish on a slight incline with some rather rough bricks, had a wide open turn onto a short 2nd leg, with another wide open turn into a long straight away, a 120 degree turn back on to the main straight, which was wide enough that it could easily be taken at speed. There was a bit of wind out of the North which made the slight downhill on the backside harder than the uphill finish, or at least so I thought before the start of the race. The weather was 80s with some humidity, but nothing like the last few days had been. I rolled to the start with some of the usual Michigan Cat 1/2 racers, with Greg Christian, and Kirk Albers representing Panther, DK and the Lathrup goons, Derek Graham and his cohort of Bissell riders. Maybe 35 starters - not a huge field. Without pomp and circumstance, they set us off for 70 minutes + 1 lap.
    PeggedGiven I didn’t have any teammates there I tried to sit near the front and follow promising attacks going up the road, put in a few hard efforts myself, with nothing really sticking. 15 minutes into the race and I was already seeing red, it was not looking like a goo

    Sat : 7/24/2010
    Maillot Jaune Race - Fenton, MI
  • Christopher Cruise Bogedin, 14th place
  • Maillot Jaune is a bit of a classic here in MI. The course features a decent amount of climbing over 65 miles with some rough pavement sections as well for some extra fun. The forecast was rain for the entire race, but it was still way too hot with the humidity we've been having lately. The race started out at a decent pace and I found myself in a solid breakaway for a good part of the first lap. Many of the strong guys missed out on the move and they were able to bring us back pretty quick. From then on there were a lot of attacks on the big climbs and we would drop a good number of people every lap. One group of 3 rolled off the front but we kept them at a close distance for a few laps but eventually they got out of sight and no one was motivated to bring it back despite me trying to instigate a couple different chases and get other teams to work with me. I was with what was left of the field at the end of the race and was fighting for second wheel going into the last turn which was wet and is a dangerous turn even when it's not wet and I didn't want to risk going into a turn that's wet with random holes at 35 mph so I braked and lost some spots and wasn't able to catch the people that passed me in the downhill sprint so I ended up 14th. Felt strong, too bad the finish wasn't uphill.

    Thu : 7/22/2010
    The Chapel A Race Series - Akron, OH
  • Bob Martin, 1st; & Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 7/18/2010
    Butler County Stage Race - Stage 3 Road Race
  • Steve Schott, 7th place
  • Stage 3 was an 85 mile RR with 10 laps. At mile 3 there was a stair step climb where the race broke up every lap. With 5 laps to go the race broke up and a lead group of 5 got off the front. With 4 laps to go a second group of 3 got off the front with Steve Schott. Steve Schott finished 7th in the Road race and 8th overall on GC.

    Sun : 7/18/2010
    The 6th Annual Tour d Burg Criterium Championships - Miamisburg, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 5th, Dave Chernosky, 6th, Adam Leibovitz, 12th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 7/17/2010
    Troy Classic on the Square - Troy, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 11th, Rolf Eisinger, 13th, Dave Chernosky, 15th, & Ryan Good, 16th place
  • Race report coming shortly...

    Sat : 7/17/2010
    Butler County Stage Race - 6 mile TT Stage 1
  • Steve Schott, 11th, Nathan Larson, 14th place
  • The Butler County Stage Race was an excellent event and definitely the most exciting stage race Nate Larson and Steve Schott have done this year. Every stage there was a huge shake up on GC with big time gaps. Stage #1, TT 6 miles The course was a very technical 6 mile TT with cobble stones. Steve Schott got 11th and Nate finished 14th.

    Sat : 7/17/2010
    Butler County Stage Race - Stage 2 Criterium
  • Steve Schott, 20th place
  • Stg #2, Crit 90 minutes The crit was one of the hardest crits ever, having to accelerate out of every corner. The course was lollypop shaped. You started going downhill into a sharp 180 degree turn coming into a long uphill. Once you crest the climb you go onto the cobble stone section of .2 miles with 4 turns. The entire peloton got decimated with only about half the field finishing. Steve Schott finished top 20.

    Thu : 7/15/2010
    The Chapel A Race Series - Akron, OH
  • Bob Martin, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 7/12/2010
    Tour of the Valley - Pro 1/2 - Overall GC
  • Steve Schott, 13th; Ryan Good, 21st; & Nathan Larson, 28th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 7/11/2010
    Tour of the Valley - Pro 1/2 - Stage 3 Youngstown Criterium
  • R. Good, 6th; Bob Martin, 20th; S. Schott, 30th; C. St. Clair 36th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 7/10/2010
    Grand Cycling Classic - Grand Rapids, MI
  • Jeremy Grimm, 9th; Alan Antonuk, 35th; & Adam Leibovitz, 42nd place
  • Another hot day of racing for more than an hour and a half. This was going to be the hardest race for me this year. Grand Rapids has always been nice to race at the last 3 out of 4 years that I have been able to race there. The course was a little different than two years ago. I really enjoyed the course this year. I knew that my legs felt great before the start, even after sitting in the car for more than five and a half hours. Our team Cleveland Clinic Sports Health / RGF pb Felt Bicycles had started with 4 riders, Cruise, Alan, Adam, and I. The race started out with attacks only from Bissel Pro team and it didn't stop from start to finish. I stayed at the front of the race all but 10 laps when I burnt too many matches staying in the top 10 for 20 mins. I took a chance and played tail gunner at the back of the 60 man field for 10 laps until I felt better. I noticed Adam was doing a great job staying up front so that took the pressure off as well. As I moved up front again and made some very hard breaks following wheels I hit a pot hole that should have been filled before the race. Four laps later my tire was flat. Thanks to the Sram support, team sponsor I got my new wheel and was back up front. It was too late though as a Bissel rider was solo and no one was chasing. With maybe 20 mins. to go, Kenda Pro team and Flying V pro team riders took off. I followed and all three of us worked together to get a break from the field. United Health joined us later and we had a Bissel rider messing it up. During this whole race I saw another side to Pro racers that I don't care to see. Some of the Pro racers were trying to wreck others on purpose. They looked like they were biting others ears off as they were yelling at each other. I guess I never thought about it but man this is their job and they want to win so they can get sponsors for next year. I really didn't care for Bissel racing the way they did. If they had a guy jump away they would sprint to the next turn

    Sat : 7/10/2010
    Tour of the Valley - Pro 1/2 - Stage 2 Columbiana RR
  • Ryan Good, 9th, Steve Schott, 22nd, & Nathan larson, 35th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Fri : 7/9/2010
    Tour of the Valley - Pro 1/2 - Stage 1 ITT
  • Steve Schott, 15th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Thu : 7/8/2010
    The Chapel Series - A Race
  • Bob Martin, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 7/3/2010
    Marion Classic Masters - Marion, IN
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, & Bob Martin, 8th place
  • The course was wide open and with nice pavement. We had 5 left hand turns and a right hand turn. Nice downhill finish and a couple of rises when we went over the river twice each lap. The masters race had around 40 riders and it was a hard start as I was on the back the first 4 laps. We only had 45 mins to decide the winner, and I made it in a break of 4 with another rider joining later. I went just as hard as the other riders and it was great to feel good in the break again. With 3 laps left I thought about attacking but changed my mind when I thought about the Pro race I was going to do after I was done. So with just over 2 laps to go I used my strength of the turns to get away from the other 4 riders. I kept it in my 53/11 for over a lap and a half and started a cool down for my next race. Bob Martin ended up taking 2nd in the field sprint for 8th place as one rider slipped away late. Race report submitted by Jeremy Grimm.

    Sat : 7/3/2010
    Marion Classic Pro 1/2 - Marion, IN
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, and Ryan Good, 13th place
  • The Pro race had 70 riders with 3 strong teams to look after. I had a call up to the line which makes 2 weeks in a row and for what reason? I was very happy to get that call up though because I needed it after racing that masters race. I stayed on the front covering breaks and feeling really great after about the 7th attack. Ryan Good helped cover a couple of them. Then the pace was easy for 2 laps and I felt like attacking like I normally do. I thought about it for no more than 10 seconds and told myself don't repeat two stupid weekends in a row of wasting your energy. So it was quiet in those two laps, quiet before the storm. Then a Bissel rider attacked and one rider was good enough for me. I had hoped a Kenda rider would jump onto my wheel and that was just what happend. Stemper the overall winner of Dairyland was on my wheel. So when the bissel rider wanted me to pull through I did. I just rolled through then let Stemper pull for a lap. 5 laps later the Bissel rider couldn't hang on anymore and I thought for sure we would see the field again. Eirc Young from Nuvo saved our race at the front and bridged a 20 second gap solo. We were gone now! Stemper attacked us with 2 to go and I couldn't bridge it so I let Young pull him back the next 200 meters. Young pulled for the last 2 laps and I jumped them both before the last 3 turns and had a gap going up the small knoll and lost all my power as they blew by me the last 100 meters. I am very pleased with the way I handled the races. Now if I can continue to race smart everything will be ok. Race submitted by Jeremy Grimm.

    Sun : 6/27/2010
    Tour de Grandview - Columbus, OH
  • Adam Leibovitz, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 6/26/2010
    Hyde Park Blast Criterium - Cincinnati, OH
  • Alan Antonuk, 19th; Adam Leibovitz, 23rd, Ryan Good, 24th, Jeremy Grimm, 41st; Dave Chernosky, 43rd; & Cruise Bogedin, 48th place
  • Results at the Hyde Park Blast Criterium on June 26th in Cincinnati, OH: Alan Antonuk, 19th; Adam Leibovitz, 23rd, Ryan Good, 24th, Jeremy Grimm, 41st; Dave Chernosky, 43rd; Cruise Bogedin, 48th, & Bob Martin, 60th. Race report coming soon...

    Fri : 6/25/2010
    Madeira Centennial Criterium - Madeira, OH
  • Ryan Good, 15th; Jeremy Grimm, 24th; Adam Leibovitz, 29th; Cruise Bogedin, 50th, & Alan Antonuk, 51st place
  • Results at the Madeira Centennial Criterium on June 25th in Cincinnati, OH: Ryan Good, 15th; Jeremy Grimm, 24th; Adam Leibovitz, 29th; Cruise Bogedin, 50th, & Alan Antonuk, 51st. Race report coming soon...

    Wed : 6/23/2010
    Tour of Ohio - Stage 4
  • Steve Schott, 2nd; Nathan Larson, 4th; and Cory St. Clair, 5th place
  • Today was the Queen Stage of the Tour of Ohio. It was a stage with mixed emotions. The day started out very warm, in the 80's. At the beginning of the race it was flat for 16 miles. 3 riders Steve O Indiana Medical, a Happy Tooth rider, and I, slipped off the front without a reaction from the field. We built up a gap of 7 minutes on the field and stayed clear. I attacked with 3/4 miles to go and got caught with about 40 meters to go. I ended up 3rd and took the Sprinters Jersey. Nate flatted and Cameron waited to pace him back. They were not able to catch back on after waiting 3 minutes for a wheel truck. Cory and Brett finished in the field. Cory made a huge leap up to 8th overall. Steve Schott

    Tue : 6/22/2010
    Tour of Ohio - Stage 3
  • Steve Schott, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 6/21/2010
    Tour of Ohio - Stage 2
  • Nate Larson, 4th, Camron Jackson, 8th place
  • Another very warm and humid day in southern Ohio. I was in 4th position heading into the stage. The second stage started and ended in Granville on the Dennison University campus. It was a 50 mile RR with 3 KOH's. There are about 30 guys in this race. Today's race started fast with a few early breaks that were brought back. It was basically flat except for the KOH's. The climbs here are short and steep and we were hitting them pretty hard. I was able to stay with the leaders up all the climbs. It always regrouped on the decent and flats because nobody wanted to work. The finish was at the top of a short little steep climb. I was able to match the speed of the first attack that went up it but I couldn't pass anyone. I ended up 4th again so I was still in 4th position overall. This taught me the lesson that I should have previewed the finish. I may have been just as strong as the winner today but he outsmarted me going into the finish. Cameron was in the top ten and the other three finished back a little bit. Steve will write up the stage 3 report. Nate Larson

    Sun : 6/20/2010
    Tour of Ohio - Stage 1
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, Nate Larson, 5th place
  • Very Hot day in Worthington and my legs felt great so I knew it would be a good day. Plan was to have the guys take control of the race on a course that had a climb that took it's toll on you. 1.2 mile loop 28 times was short with great legs but more than enough to get in a great workout. We had Cory, Cameron, Steve, Nate, Brett, and myself for the first day. We had hoped to get 2 or more guys in the winning break. The race started out calm the first lap as I pulled the first 1.2 miles then a rider went up the road. I pulled him back and kept the guys fresh as I pulled back everything the next 10 miles. A big group got up the road with several of our guys up the road. I looked back to see if anyone else was going to go and I saw Cory grab my wheel so I pulled him up to the group and then I attacked once and Nate took off when I got caught. 3 others went after him all different teams and so I wanted to make sure we would get the win by joining him. I attacked but a Kenda rider was on my wheel so I let him come and take a pull with no one else around. The Kenda rider didn't want to pull very long so I took off again as we got caught by 4 others. This time no one was on my wheel and I made the front group. Nate said to go with this move so I helped out anyway he wanted me too. I thought we should attack them more but we decided to just try once with five laps to go. I got caught one lap later and I taught it would have been perfect for Nate to take off but after what happened in the end. I was ready to lead Nate out as we had lapped the field and other teams were helping their leaders.On the last lap I felt we had the win locked up until Nate had a flat. I looked for him 3 times and on the third time I should have thought about winning the race instead of leading Nate out. I got caught off guard worried about Nate and instead of coming in the last turn first I came into the last turn 4th and passed a rider at the line for 3rd. Nate finished 5th and Cory and Cameron fin

    Thu : 6/17/2010
    Tour of America's Dairyland - Day 1
  • Alan Antonuk, 9th place
  • Race report coming...

    Tue : 6/15/2010
    Westlake Race Series
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st & Bob Martin, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 6/13/2010
    Mens Health Awareness Crit - Richmond, KY
  • Jeremy Grimm, 5th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 6/13/2010
    Tour de Mont Pleasant - Mount Plasent, MI
  • Nathan Larson, 6th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 6/13/2010
    Ohio State Road Race Championships - Pro Chain cycling/ Team Turner
  • Cameron Jackson, 6th, Cory St. Clair, 19th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 6/12/2010
    Tour de Olmstead - Olmstead, KY
  • Rolf Eisinger, 2nd & Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 6/12/2010
    Michelob Ultra Downtown Erie Crit - Erie, PA
  • Brett Sudetic, 4th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 6/12/2010
    Tour de Mont Pleasant - Mount Plasent, MI
  • Dave Chernosky, 4th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 6/7/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - GC - Pro 1/2
  • Rolf Eisinger 3rd Overall General Classification place
  • Friday night TT: It was a fast 7.2 mile semi flat course with four corners. I started out pretty fast and was able to hold a pretty good speed. I fished in 3rd and only 4 seconds behind the winner. Saturday: The plan was to attack in pairs. We had a lot of guys and instead of another lame negative race where Road House chases everything down just so they can drill it for the lead out we thought we would spoil their fun. This was also a learning experience for the u23 guys. It teaches them how to be confident to attack off the field and take control of a race instead of always reacting to it. They did a great job and will only become more effective in their attacks as they continue to race with each other. It was awesome to see two of our guys up the road and the other teams struggling to pull them back one attack after another. Even though Panther thought it was easy to sit in they did a lot of work trying to pull the one break back that got away. Nate did a great job keeping Strock from RR just close enough so a couple of us could jump up to him and create the winning break. I was very impressed with the U23 guys this weekend. Sunday: The plan was to save our energy until after the first major climb/decent and then start attacking. The plan was to get a couple of our guys up the climb so I could bridge up to them. Allen rode off the front and I don’t think anyone realized it until well into the race. The 2nd climb broke the field and we had a group up the road. Things started to come back together in the cross winds. Having Allen up the road helped me conserve energy and forced the other teams to chase. The guys continued to put moves in and started to fine tune their attacking. Towards the end guys were falling off the back and splits were forming. Attacks were bring brought back until a panther guy made a move with 5 miles to go and they let him go. I made a move 2 miles out and was caught at the line by two guys. I came in 4th. Great weekend of racing

    Mon : 6/7/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - GC - Cat 3
  • Brett Sudetic 3rd Overall General Classification place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 6/6/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - Stage 3 - Catergory 3
  • Brett Sudetic 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 6/6/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - Stage 3 - Pro 1/2
  • Rold Eisinger, 4th place
  • Race Report #2: Tour of Red River Gorge Sunday RR: Racers: Rolf, Cruise, Cory, Dave, Steve, Cameron, Ryan, and I This was a tough race course, featuring 91 miles in the beautiful Red River Gorge valley, 4 sizable climbs by MI standards. It was mid-70s and promising rain, definitely a forecast I was more excited about than the day previous. The race started out pretty calm - nobody wanting to open up early given the efforts ahead on the day. An early rider rolled off the front 6 miles in and was just let go and got up to a minute on the field, after the first climb I was informed that the plan was for me to attack, so that others would chase me down on the second climb. So I did, I caught the early rider and rolled to the second climb, dropping the early rider and not getting caught. So I went at it solo for the next 45 miles or so not sure how long as my SRM head-unit battery died on Saturday's race and I didn't bring the head-unit charger, heading up the third climb, then coming back down with some drizzle, which I was thankful I was able to take the downhill portion by myself as the rain was making it tricky. Getting near the 4th climb the moto gave me a time gap of 45 second with the field charging hard only time-gap I got all day, and told me if I dug in I could hold them off I think he secretly wanted me to stay away to the end, me? I was cooked at this point, but I pushed what I had left so I could make it to the climb before being caught so Rolf could save his attack for the climb where I know he could do well. Sure enough half-mile into that climb Rolf flys by along with a group of 7 or so hot on his heels, I tried to grab a wheel on that group but didn't have the juice to do so. I suffered up that climb being passed by 20 or so riders and eventually being able to suck someone's wheel up the rest of the climb. Then the rollers came and I wasn't having such a great time anymore. I managed to hang on the back of that group for a few minutes before they h

    Sun : 6/6/2010
    Mill Creek Circuit - Youngstown, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st & Bob Martin, 7th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 6/5/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - Stage 2 - Pro 1/2
  • Rolf Eisinger, 2nd & Dave Chernosky, 10th place
  • Race report #1: Tour of Red River Gorge Saturday RR: Racers: Rolf, Cruise, Cory, Dave, Steve, Cameron, and I This was a fairly short road race of 51 miles with some rolling hills and only one fairly short highway climb on the run back into town, nothing too hard, except for the small detail of the weather being in the high-80s with high humidity. Having been in the 70s all week in MI, it was a bit less than heat-acclaimated. The usual suspects were present: some of Panther, Nuvo, and Texas Roadhouse as well as a smattering of Kentucky locals. The plan for the day was to attack the heck out of the group with the hope of tiring everyone else out, so that a sprint-finish was out of the question. After a fairly short neutral roll-out we started attacking, taking turns as I could as the heat was definitely limiting the amount of effort I could put into this, none of the attacks really amounting to much, and easily brought back. After 30 or so miles a group of 8 or so got away including Rolf, Greg C, three from Nuvo, and Tiago Depaula. Panther being unhappy with just Greg in the break put Kirk, Chris and Ryan on the front and started crushing it to bring the break back. I tried to stay near the front to be ready to jump across to the break if they managed to bring it near enough. Unfortunately due to the heat, and the efforts earlier in the race I blew and blew hard after 4 or 5 miles of this. I also happened to blow right when we came up a short roller and fell right out the back of the main group. I was able to catch on a downhill onto a turn onto the highway, but was unable to stay with the group when they reaccelerated to hit the hill after that turn. After that I settled into a tempo I could managed and rolled in without killing myself. - Alan Antonuk

    Sat : 6/5/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - Stage 2 - Catergory 3
  • Brett Sudetic, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Fri : 6/4/2010
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - Stage 1 - Pro 1/2 TT
  • Rolf Eisinger, 4th place
  • Friday night TT: It was a fast 7.2 mile semi flat course with four corners. I started out pretty fast and was able to hold a pretty good speed. I fished in 3rd and only 4 seconds behind the winner. - Rolf Eisinger

    Mon : 5/31/2010
    Lexington Criterium - Lexington, KY
  • Ryan Good, 3rd place
  • Raced the Lexington criterium tonight. We had twenty some riders in the field. 5 of them were roadhouse. I knew I would have to be pretty aggressive today b/c of the numbers they had. Second lap I began the onslaught of attacks. I wanted to use this race to practice attacking and countering others attacks. I would attack and then counter my own. works really well to open big gaps. Got in a bunch of ill breaks but nothing really stuck. Came down to a field sprint. Sat fourth wheel going into the last corner. There were two Roadhouse on the front and they let a gap open up in the corner. I came around the guy in front of me but that's as far as I got. Took 3rd place. I was pretty happy with the race today. Felt i was def the most aggressive rider. Got good practice countering my own attacks and other riders attacks. Feeling stronger every week. - Ryan Good

    Sun : 5/30/2010
    Riverview Grand Prix - Oakmont, PA - 1 / 2 / 3 Event
  • Nate Larson, 3rd, Bob Martin, 6th, Brett Sudetic 15th place
  • This Sunday was a short but very hot crit in Pittsburg, PA. There were about 40-50 guys in the 1, 2, 3 race and 5 of us on the team. The course was a little sketchy crossing train tracks twice with some cobbles in the middle but it was fun. A few laps in Bob Martin got into about a 6 man break but the group kept it within 30 seconds. He did however get a very important prime which included donuts. With 10 to go I attacked and bridged across and then attacked the break. This strung out the race and broke everything up but I couldn't keep going. Things regrouped a little and then with 3 to go a guy went up the road solo. A big gap opened up and with 1 to go I took off to try and chase him down on a flyer. By the finish line I got within 20 or so feet but couldn't catch him. One guy from the group was able to sit on my wheel and beat me for second by like 2 inches, so I ended up third. Bob was able to sprint in the group for 6th. For me this was a good opener for next weekend in Kentucky. Lets see what we can do there! - Nathan Larson

    Sun : 5/30/2010
    Toronto Criterium
  • Dave Chernosky & Stefen Kadar place
  • Stephan and I made a trip for the Downtown Toronto Criterium on Sunday May 30. We had a rather large field of 75 riders or more. Pretty much all Canadian, other than a few stray USA cyclists. We were like fish out of water from the get go...could not figure out the prize list, or the schedule, or the teams who were there. Turned out there were a few strong teams with a few riders, and then the big one, Spidertech, with at least 10 strong. Well it was a race of futility for everyone else but Spidertech which controlled the race from start to finish. Another demonstration of how important team work is. The pace was fast and Spidertech got three riders in a 4 man breakaway. We pushed hard, got within 10 or 15 seconds several times, and then the rest of their team would go to the front and shut it all down. It was easy for them to accomplish because the course was short probably under 1 Kilometer and tight last strech was uphill into a 120 degree turn which was single file and the finishing 300 meters was squeezed by guard rails into less than two lanes, I think. Stephan got to the front with 10 laps to go, and so I decided I better join him. After the usual mayhem of the final two laps, I found myself going through the turn about 8 or 9 back, and that is where it stayed. I held on for about 12th place. Steph got behind a crash in the last turn and came in around 20. I think half the field was dropped by the pace before we made it 3/4 of the way through. But we never caught the break and we were sort of sprinting for character points more than anything. Dave Chernosky

    Sat : 5/29/2010
    The Buckeye Criterium - Columbus, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Brett Sudetic, 3rs, Bob Martin, 4th, Chris Connelly, 9th, Steve Schott, 12th place
  • The Ohio State University's Buckeye Criterium was held at the university in a 4-5 turn parking lot course. In the 1-3 race about 30 or so guys showed up for the race. Cleveland Clinic/RGF/Felt Cycling p/b PVR showed up with 6 riders including 3 from the under-23 team. There was a lot of action from the start, and Chris from RGF did a great job along with a couple of the other guys chasing that stuff down in order to let some of the other guys get ready for a big move. A break eventually got off the front with Bob Martin and i managed to gap up to it. Jeremy Grimm was soon to follow along with another guy from the Mercy* racing team. The four of us managed to get a huge gap on the group, but Jeremy wanted to get rid of the other guy in the group. Jeremy attacked the break and I tried to follow, but could not manage to stay with him. Jeremy eventually lapped the group and stayed up there. The break now consisted of Bob, The Mercy* rider, and myself. We managed to hold that break until the end with me coming in 3rd after the mercy rider, and Bob 4th Jeremy won. Part of the reason the Mercy rider was ahead of us at the end was because we negotiated with him and decided that if he pay us the 2nd place money we would let him get it and he would not sprint at the end therefore I could still get my USA cycling points. Overall a Great day of racing. - Brett Sudetic

    Sat : 5/29/2010
    Mid-Ohio Grand Prix - Mansfield, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm 1st & Jeff Braumberger, 2nd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Wed : 5/26/2010
    Ault Park Criterium A Series #1
  • Ryan Good, 3rd place
  • The Ault Park races are a great 5 race series held on wed night in may-June. It is put on by the queen city wheels bike club. The race is an omnium event where it isn’t won on the last lap. It is won throughout the race during sprints held every 5 laps. It’s a 40k or 40 lap race. Every 5 laps there is a sprint and points are awarded to the top 4. 1st-5pts, 2nd-3pts, 3rd-2pts and 4th-1pt. The 20th lap and the last lap are both worth double points. If you lap the field, it is worth 25pts. The course is pretty much a circle with a climb every lap. I think there is over 2000 ft of climbing per race. We started the night with around 50 riders. Both Cory and I were among those riders. Cory and I got right to the front for the first few laps and pulled the field around. We both were marked so getting away was hard to do while everyone was still fresh. We both missed out on the first few sprints. On the third sprint of the night Cory led me out and I took 2nd. As we came across the line I attacked and opened up a pretty big gap. A Huntington rider bridged up to me and then theNext lap a Bishops rider bridged up; from there we opened up a nice sized gap. We held off the field right up onto the sprint. Again I took 2nd. I got in a few more breaks but nothing would stick. Huntington would chase everything down if i was in it. They did not want me getting away. I placed in two more sprints during the race and ended up with third overall. Cory and I worked well atogether throughout the race. I’m confident that we will come next week ready to win.

    Sun : 5/23/2010
    Urbana Grand Prix - Urbana, IL
  • Rolf Eisinger, 1st, Jeremy Grimm 9th, Ryan Good, 14th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 5/23/2010
    Colavita Eastern Ohio Time Trial Series - Race #1 - Deerfield, OH
  • Cameron Jackson, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 5/22/2010
    Tour de Champaign
  • Jeremy Grimm 5th, Rolf Eisinger 11th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Thu : 5/20/2010
    Waterford Training Series - A Field - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 1st, Cruise Bogedin 7th place
  • "Cruise and I rolled the race, it was the first warm day in a while being 80F with little wind. The race was 2 hours + 2 laps around a race track circuit. 35 riders rolled this race, 15 of those riders being from the venerable wolverine a.k.a WSC squad. With no other teams there in significant numbers it looked like Cruise and I had our work cut out for us. The first 30 minutes were very calm, with both Cruise and I hanging near the front, but no really strong attempts at attacks happening, surprisingly the Wolverine's with their numbers were not making this race interesting. After about 30 minutes we hit the first prime, and the WSC crew came frontward to contest it, they took the prime and again set back. I was getting rather bored of waiting for something to happen so I sparked things off by putting in an attack which got things rolling. Cruise and I then took turns countering each other's moves. Eventually I got in a move with 7, of which 4 were WSC riders. It looked like it was going to stick at about 45 minutes into the race. With the help of a former teammate I grabbed a prime, and then just 15 minutes after the break had formed the WSC guys stopped working, and the break came back to the field. The field stayed together at this point, everyone looking pretty tired. With 7 minutes to go they rang the prime bell, I took a flyer up the hill on the back stretch, and took 2 others with me, and managed to get a gap, but missed the prime. Given the gap and with just 5 minutes left to race I decided to hit it again and see if I could hold out until the finish. I took one of the my prime break buddies Alexey V. - Priority Health this kid is only 15 y/o and killing it. We managed to hold out 5 minutes + 2 laps, and I was able to out sprint Alexey for the win." Race report submitted by Alan Antonuk.

    Sun : 5/16/2010
    Chippewa Creek Road Race - Brecksville, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 4th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 5/15/2010
    Smoketown Airport Crit in PA Masters 35 - 39 - Bird in Hand, PA
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place
  • “A windy day with lots of sun and temps were 68 to 74 for both races. The loop had a hard cross head wind through the uphill start finish area that took up just under a half a mile of the 1 mile loop. The course then had two 90 degree turns followed by an S turn that lead into the downhill section. The last turn was wide open but we did have to hit the brakes to make the 180 degree turn. Very safe and friendly course and plenty of space to go when you wanted too. The masters race formed a 11 man break after the first 3 laps of a one mile loop course we started with 50+ riders. I joined a lap later and sat on until the first prime. I decided to go ahead and keep the pace high, 2 riders joined later. We lapped almost everyone and I almost ran into the Ford mustang in the final sprint. Mark Light won the race by inches, but they thought I won because I flew by him after the finish line. I was caught thinking about the sprint and let the 3rd place rider take me 250 meters before I decided to go at 250 meters to try and win,” stated 2nd place finisher, Jeremy Grimm.

    Sun : 5/2/2010
    Village at Winona Lake Criterium Winona Lake, IN
  • Rolf Eisinger, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 5/2/2010
    Village at Winona Lake Criterium Winona Lake, IN
  • Rolf Eisinger, 3rd place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 5/1/2010
    Village at Winona Lake Road Race - Winona Lake, IN
  • Alan Antonuk, 8th, Rolf Eisinger, 15th, Adam Liebovitz, 34th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sat : 4/3/2010
    Mitchell Memorial Pro 1/2 Road Race - Cleves, OH
  • Ryan Good, 5th place
  • Sat : 4/3/2010
    Mid-Ohio Circuit Race Torelli Cup - Lexington, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Sun : 3/28/2010
    Ann Arbor Spring Training Series - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 1st place
  • Sun : 3/28/2010
    Germantown Road Race - Germantown, OH
  • Cory St. Clair, 3rd place
  • Sat : 3/27/2010
    FRCC Waterford Spring Training Series #1, "A" - Waterford, MI
  • Alan Antonuk, 5th place
  • Sun : 3/21/2010
    3rd Annual Brown County State Park Road Race - Nashville, IN
  • Rolf Eisinger, 1st place
  • Sat : 3/20/2010
    Tour of Hueston Woods Torelli Cup - Oxford, Ohio
  • Cory St. Clair, 4th place
  • Sat : 3/20/2010
    Coldsprings Circuit - Lexington, KY
  • Rolf Eisinger, 3rd place
  • Sun : 3/7/2010
    Tour of Knox County - Cat 1, 2 & 3 - Mount Vernon, OH
  • Steve Schott, 2nd place
  • Mon : 3/1/2010
    2010 Georgia Southern University Battle - Boro Statesboro, GA
  • Nathan Larson, 3rd place
  • Sun : 12/6/2009
    Midwest Collegiate Cycling Conference MWCCC
  • Cruise Bogedin, 1st place
  • Sat : 12/5/2009
    Kentucky State Cyclocross Championships
  • Cruise Bogedin, 2nd 1st place for U23 place
  • Mon : 9/7/2009
    42nd Annual Debaets-Devos Pro-Am Memorial Races - Auburn Hills, MI
  • Paul Martin, 1st, Chris Uberti, 10th, & Andy Moskal, 11th place
  • Sun : 9/6/2009
    Tour di Via Italia - Erie Street Crit - Windsor, Canada
  • Chris Uberti, 1st, Paul Martin, 5th, Andy Moskal, 6th, & Dave Chernosky, 14th place
  • Sat : 9/5/2009
    The Reid Hospital Depot District Twilight Criterium - Richmond, IN
  • Paul Martin, 1st place
  • Sat : 9/5/2009
    Trophee des Grimpeurs - Milford, MI
  • Chris Uberti, 1st place
  • Sun : 8/23/2009
    Zipp West Clay Classic - 1/2/3 - Carmel, IN
  • Chris Uberti, 6th, Andy Moskal, 14th, & Derek Laan, 18th place
  • Sun : 8/23/2009
    Tour de Gaslight Village/Michigan State Criterium Championships
  • Vince Roberge, 10th place
  • Sat : 8/22/2009
    Marion Classic Masters 35+ - Marion, IN
  • Bob Martin, 1st place
  • Sat : 8/22/2009
    Marion Classic - Marion, IN - NRC Event
  • Ryan Knapp, 11th, Derek Laan, 19th. place
  • Sun : 8/16/2009
    US Criterium Nationals Championships - Downers Grove, IL
  • Paul Martin, 2nd, Ryan Knapp, 16th, Derek Laan, 22nd, Dave Chernosky, 26th, Andy Moska, 31st place
  • Sat : 8/15/2009
    Shreve Chiropractic Cycling Challenge - Shreve, OH
  • Bob Martin, 3rd, Jeremy Grimm, 9th place
  • Sat : 8/15/2009
    Ada Criterium Pro 1/2 - Ada, MI
  • Vince Roberge, 2nd place
  • Sat : 8/15/2009
    Mass Ave Criterium Pro 1/2 - Indianapolis, IN
  • Derel Laan, 10th, Andy Moskal, 11th place
  • Sun : 8/9/2009
    Glencoe Gran Prix Pro 1/2 - Glencoe, IL
  • Ryan Knapp, 8th place
  • Sun : 8/9/2009
    The 2009 Milk Race Results - Orrvile, OH
  • David Chernosky, 4th place
  • Sat : 8/8/2009
    Garrett Wonders Memorial Criterium - Westerville, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 5th, Bob Martin, 9th place
  • Sun : 8/2/2009
    Alexian Brothers International Cycling Classic Tour of Elk Grove
  • Greg Christian, 9th, Vince Roberge, 23rd, Chris Uberti, 32nd place
  • Sun : 8/2/2009
    Zoar Road Race - Zoar, OH
  • Paul Martin and Andy Clarke, 1st place tie place
  • Sat : 8/1/2009
    Alexian Brothers Intn'l Cycling Classic Tour of Elk Grove
  • Chris Uberti, 20th, Ryan Knapp, 21st place
  • Sat : 8/1/2009
    The Rubber City Meltdown– Akron, OH
  • Paul Martin, 1st, Bob Martin, 7th place
  • Sun : 7/19/2009
    5th Annual '09 Tour d’Burg - Miamisburg, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 4th, Chris Uberti, 5th, Paul Martin,9th, & Dave Chernosky, 10th place
  • Sat : 7/18/2009
    Troy Classic on the Square - Troy, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Paul Martin, 2nd place, C. Uberti, 4th place, D. Laan, 10th, G. Christian, 11th place
  • Sat : 7/18/2009
    Indiana State Criterium Championships - Bloomington Cycling Grand Prix
  • Ryan Knapp, 4th place place
  • Sun : 7/12/2009
    Tour of the Valley: Stage 4 - Criterium - Youngstown, OH
  • Pro I & II: Paul Martin, 2nd, Jeremy Grimm, 5th, Andy Clarke, 6th, Dave Chernosky, 7th, Andy Moskal, 9th, place
  • Sun : 7/12/2009
    Tour of the Valley: Stage 4 - Criterium - Youngstown, OH
  • Masters: Polo Fernandez, 2nd, Joe Lombardo, 9th place
  • Sun : 7/12/2009
    Tour de Champaign - South Campus Research Park Bike Race & Celebration
  • Pro I & II: Vince Roberge, 3rd, Chris Uberti, 4th, Derek Laan, 14th place
  • Sat : 7/11/2009
    Tour de Champaign - Rockin Champaign Downtown Cycling GP
  • Pro I & II: Ryan Knapp, 2nd, Chris Uberti, 13th, Derek Laan, 14th place
  • Sat : 7/11/2009
    Tour of the Valley: Stage 3 - Road Race - Columbiana, OH
  • Pro I & II: Andy Moskal, 4th, Dan Campbell, 7th, Paul Martin, 14th place
  • Fri : 7/10/2009
    Tour of the Valley: Stage 2 - Canfield Criterium
  • Masters: Polo Fernandez, 2nd, Joe Lombardo, 7th place
  • Fri : 7/10/2009
    Tour of the Valley: Stage 1 TT
  • Pro I & II: Paul Martin, 1st place
  • Fri : 7/10/2009
    Tour of the Valley: Stage 2 - Canfield Criterium
  • Pro I & II: Paul Martin, 2nd, Dave Chernosky, 8th, Andy Moskal, 10th place
  • Sat : 7/4/2009
    USA Cycling Masters Nationals Championships - 35 -39 Criterium
  • Masters 35 -39: Andy Clarke, 3rd place
  • Sat : 7/4/2009
    34th Annual YWCA 4th of July Twin Sizzler - Medina, OH
  • Expert 34+: Polo Fernandez, 1st, Stefan Kadar, 2nd place
  • Sat : 7/4/2009
    USA Cycling Masters Nationals Championships - 30 -34 Criterium
  • Masters 30-34: Jeremy Grimm, 5th place
  • Sat : 7/4/2009
    USA Cycling Masters Nationals Championships - 40 -44 Criterium
  • Masters 40 - 44: Bob Martin, 13th, and Dave Chernosky, 14th place
  • Wed : 7/1/2009
    USA Cycling Masters Nationals Championships - 35 -39 Time Trail
  • Masters 35-39: Andy Clarke, 8th place
  • Tue : 6/30/2009
    USA Masters Nationals Championship - 35 - 39 Road Race
  • Masters 35- 39: Paul Martin, 6th, Andy Clarke, 11th place
  • Sun : 6/28/2009
    Tour de Grandview Hts. Cycling Classic - Columbus, OH
  • Pro I & II: Paul Martin, 7th, Andy Moskal, 9th, Dan Campbell, 10th, Ryan Knapp, 11th place
  • Sat : 6/27/2009
    Hyde Park Blast - Pro 1/2 - Cincinnati, OH
  • Derek Laan, 9th, Vince Roberge, 10th, Jeremy Grimm, 13th, Dan Campbell, 14th place
  • Wed : 6/24/2009
    Tour of America's Dairyland: Fond du Lac Cycling Grand Prix
  • Dan Campbell, 2nd, Andy Moskal, 6th, Ryan Knapp, 13th, & Chris Uberti, 23rd place
  • Tue : 6/23/2009
    Westlake Race Series
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st & Stefan Kadar, 4th place
  • Sun : 6/21/2009
    Ohio State Time Trial Championships - Versailles, OH
  • Paul Martin with an average speed of 29.49 mph - 1st place
  • Sun : 6/21/2009
    Tour of America's Dairyland Pro 1 &2 - Stage 4 - Manitowoc, WI
  • Ryan Knapp, 8th, Derek Laan, 9th, and Chris Uberti, 20th place
  • Sat : 6/20/2009
    Tour of America's Dairyland Pro 1 &2 - Stage 3 - Grafton, WI
  • Chris Uberti, 20th, Greg Christian, 27th, Moskal, 32nd, Roberge, 33rd, Knapp, 34th, Campbell, 35th, Laan, 35th place
  • Fri : 6/19/2009
    Tour of America's Dairyland Pro 1 &2 - Stage 2 - Waterloo, WI
  • Greg Christian, 11th, Dan Campbell, 19th, Derek Laan, 20th, Andy Moskal, 21st, Vince Roberge, 22nd place
  • Thu : 6/18/2009
    Tour of America's Dairyland Pro 1 &2 - Stage 1 - Blue Mounds, WI
  • Vince Roberge, 11th & Greg Christian, 13th place
  • Sun : 6/14/2009
    Le Tour De Mont Pleasant Pro 1 &2 - Stage 2 - Mt. Pleasant, MI
  • Greg Christian, 2nd, Dan Campbell, 4th, Chris Uberti, 8th, Ryan Knapp, 14th, Paul Martin, 17th place
  • Sun : 6/14/2009
    Ohio State Road Racing Championships Category 3 - Waynesville, OH
  • Cameron Jackson, 1st place
  • Sat : 6/13/2009
    Le Tour De Mont Pleasant Pro 1 &2 - Stage 1 - Mt. Pleasant, MI
  • Chris Uberti, 2nd, Paul Martin, 4th, & Dan Campbell, 11th place
  • Sun : 6/7/2009
    ABR National Championship p/b Verizon Wireless - Men 1,2 - Winfield, IL
  • Chris Uberti, 2nd, Ryan Knapp, 5th, Derek Laan, 8th place
  • Sun : 6/7/2009
    Grand Prix of Groveport Two-man Time Trial - Groveport, OH
  • Andy Clarke and Paul Martin, 1st ***NEW COURSE RECORD*** place
  • Sun : 6/7/2009
    Mill Creek Circuit Catergory 1 - 3 Race - Youngstown, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 2nd, Andy Moskal, 3rd, Stefan Kadar, 7th place
  • Sat : 6/6/2009
    Winfield Twilight Criterium p/b Verizon Wireless - Cat 1-2 - Winfield, IL
  • Chris Uberti, 2nd, Ryan Knapp, 6th place
  • Sat : 6/6/2009
    2009 INDIANA STATE ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIPS CAT 1-2 - Fisher, IN
  • Ryan Knapp, 1st place
  • Sat : 6/6/2009
    Lancaster Criterium - Pro 1/2
  • Jeremy Grimm, 4th place
  • Tue : 6/2/2009
    Westlake Race Series
  • Andy Clarke, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 3rd, Bob Martin, 4th, and Stefan Kadar, 5th place
  • Sun : 5/31/2009
    Koehlinger/Kelley 40K TT and TTT Challenge - New Haven, IN
  • Greg Christian, 2nd place
  • Tue : 5/26/2009
    Westlake Worlds Championship Series
  • Bob Martin, 1st, Andy Clarke, 2nd, Stefan Kadar, 3rd, and Polo Fernandez 4th place
  • Mon : 5/25/2009
    43rd Annual Quad Cities Criterium - Rock Island, IL
  • Pro 1/2 Results: Greg Christian, 2nd place
  • Sun : 5/24/2009
    Wildwood Cricuit Race Pro 1/2 - St. Louis, MO
  • Ryan Knapp, 3rd place
  • Sun : 5/24/2009
    Melon City Criterium - Muscatine, IA
  • Pro 1/2 Results: Paul Martin, 16th, Derek Laan, 20th, Chris Uberti, 21st, Dave Chernosky, 27th place
  • Sun : 5/24/2009
    Michelob Ultra Downtown Erie Criterium - Pro 1/2 - Erie, PA
  • Pro 1/2 Results: Andy Moskal, 1st, Bob Martin, 3rd, Jeremy Grimm, 4th, Stefan Kadar, 6th place
  • Sun : 5/24/2009
    Michelob Ultra Downtown Erie Criterium - Erie, PA
  • Category 3 Results: Cameron Jackson, 3rd place
  • Sat : 5/23/2009
    27th Annual Snake Alley Criterium - Burlington, IA
  • Pro 1/2 Results: Paul Martin, 2nd, Dan Campbell, 7th, Vince Roberge, 16th, and Chris Uberti 18th place
  • Fri : 5/22/2009
    Burlington Road Race - Burlington, IA
  • Chris Uberti, 8th place
  • Tue : 5/19/2009
    Westlake Worlds Championship Series
  • Andy Clarke, 2nd, Paul Martin, 4th place
  • Sun : 5/17/2009
    Norton Commons Criterium - Louisville, KY
  • Greg Christian, 7th, Dan Campbell, 8th, and Jeremy Grimm, 10th place
  • Sat : 5/16/2009
    Tour of Kensington Valley Road Race - Milford, MI
  • Paul Martin, 2nd, Chris Uberti, and Vince Roberge, 14th place
  • Sat : 5/16/2009
    McDonald's Capital City Criterium - Frankfort, KY
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Greg Christian, & Dan Campbell, 3rd, Andy Moskal, 8th place
  • Tue : 5/12/2009
    Westlake World Championship Criterium Series
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st, Bob Martin, 2nd, Polo Fernandez, 4th place
  • Sun : 5/10/2009
    Joe Martin Stage Race Pro 1/2 - Stage 3 & 4 - Fayetteville, AR
  • GC - Dan Campbell, 33rd and Greg Christian 64th place
  • Sat : 5/9/2009
    Joe Martin Stage Race Pro 1/2 - Stage 2 - Fayetteville, AR
  • Dan Campbell, 33rd and Greg Christian 64th place
  • Sat : 5/9/2009
    Collegiate Criterum Nationals - Old Town Fort Collins, CO
  • Chris Uberti, 9th and Derek Laan, 10th place
  • Sat : 5/9/2009
    Race at the Lakes - Munroe Falls, OH - Masters 35+
  • Polo Fernandez, 2nd place
  • Sat : 5/9/2009
    Race at the Lakes - Munroe Falls, OH - Cat 1 - 3
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Paul Martin, 2nd, & Bob Martin 3rd place
  • Fri : 5/8/2009
    Joe Martin Stage Race Pro 1/2 - Stage 1 - Fayetteville, AR
  • GC - Dan Campbell, 33rd and Greg Christian 64th place
  • Tue : 5/5/2009
    2009 Westlake Race Series - Week 1
  • Paul Martin, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 2nd, Bob Martin, 4th, & Polo Fernandez, 6th place
  • Sun : 5/3/2009
    Spring Valley Road Race, Akron, OH - "A" Event
  • Paul Martin, 1st, Andy Moskal, 2nd, Dave Chernosky, 3rd, Jeremy Grimm, 4th place
  • Sun : 5/3/2009
    Cone Azalia - Category 3
  • Cameron Jackson, 5th place
  • Sat : 5/2/2009
    Race at the Lakes - Munroe Falls, OH - Masters 35+
  • Dick Brink 1st, Polo Fernandez 4th place
  • Sat : 5/2/2009
    Race at the Lakes - Munroe Falls, OH - Cat 1 - 3
  • Stefan Kadar, 3rd, Dave Chernosky, 4th place
  • Sun : 4/26/2009
    Spring Valley Road Race, Akron, OH - "A" Event
  • Andy Moskal, 1st, Paul Martin, 2nd, Andy Clarke, 3rd, & Stefan Kadar, 4th place
  • Sun : 4/26/2009
    Brown County State Park Road Race - Nashville, IN
  • Dan Campbell, 2nd & Greg Christian, 7th place
  • Sat : 4/25/2009
    Athens Twilight - Pro 1 - Athens, GA
  • Jeremy Grimm, 67th place
  • Sat : 4/25/2009
    Race at the Lakes - Munroe Falls, OH
  • Paul Martin, 1st, Andy Moskal, 2nd place
  • Sun : 4/19/2009
    Spring Valley Road Race, Akron, OH
  • Andy Moskal, 2nd, Dan Campbell, 3rd, Dave Chernosky, 4th, & Paul Martin 5th place
  • Sat : 4/18/2009
    Tour of Hermann Omnium - Pro 1/2 - Hermann, MO
  • Greg Christian, Stage 1 ITT - 2nd place Stage 2 Crit - 4th place
  • Sat : 4/18/2009
    Tour of Hermann Omnium - Pro 1/2 Hermann, MO
  • Greg Christian: Stage 2 - 4th Stage 3 - DNF Broken Chain place
  • Sat : 4/18/2009
    Race at the Lakes - Munroe Falls, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Paul Martin, 2nd, Andy Moskal, 3rd, & Dave Chernosky, 5th place
  • Sat : 4/11/2009
    Deer Creek Road Race - 09 Ohio Spring Race Series - Mt. Sterling, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, Dan Campbell, 4th, & Paul Martin, 7th place
  • Sun : 4/5/2009
    Hueston Woods Road Race Pro 1-3 - Oxford, OH
  • Andy Clarke, 5th place
  • Sat : 4/4/2009
    Tour of Logan County Pro 1-3 - Zanesfield, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st place
  • Sat : 4/4/2009
    Hillsboro-Roubaix - Pro 1/2 - Hillsboro, IL
  • Greg Christian, 7th place
  • Sun : 3/29/2009
    Runway Plaza STS - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Vince Roberge, 2nd place
  • Sat : 3/28/2009
    Malabar Farm Road Race - Cat 1-2 - Lucas, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 1st place, Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place, Paul Martin, 3rd place, & Andy Moskal, 6th place
  • Sat : 3/28/2009
    Malabar Farm Road Race - Cat 1-2 - Lucas, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 1st place, Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place, Paul Martin, 3rd place, & Andy Moskal, 6th place
  • Sat : 3/21/2009
    Hueston Woods Road Race Pro 1-3 - Oxford, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place
  • Sun : 3/15/2009
    Tour de Beer 2 - Blowville, OH
  • Ryan Knapp, 1st place
  • Sun : 3/15/2009
    Hell's Kitchen Road Race Pro 1/2 - Hogeye, AR
  • Greg Christian, 2nd place
  • Sat : 3/14/2009
    Mid-Ohio Grand Prix - Lexington, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm -1st, Andy Moskal - 4th, & Paul Martin - 6th place
  • Sat : 3/7/2009
    Tour Of Knox County - Mt. Vernon, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place
  • Sun : 3/1/2009
    University of North Georgia - Road Race
  • Geoff Pheiffer, 11th place
  • Sat : 2/28/2009
    Frosty Toes Road Race - Hartford, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st place
  • Sat : 2/28/2009
    University of North Georgia - Individual Time Trail
  • Geoff Pheiffer, 7th place
  • Tue : 12/30/2008
    Zipp West Clay Classic - 1/2/3 - Carmel, IN
  • Chris Uberti, 6th, Andy Moskal, 14th, & Derek Laan, 18th place
  • Tue : 12/30/2008
    River Gorge Omnium - Pro 1/2 Time Trial Stage 2
  • Rolf Eisinger, 5th place
  • The TT was a lot of fun and really fast. I finished 5th with an average of 29.5 mph. - Rolf Esinger

    Tue : 12/30/2008
    Tour of the Red River Gorge - Stage 1 - Pro 1/2
  • Rolf Eisinger, 3rd, Nathan Larson, 7th place
  • Race report coming soon...

    Mon : 12/1/2008
    2008 Cap City Cross Series
  • Andy Moskal, 3rd Overall place
  • Sun : 10/19/2008
    Orrville CX
  • 3rd Jeremy Grimm, 4th Cameron Jackson place
  • Sun : 10/19/2008
    Cap City #4: Lobdell Frisbee Park, Licking County
  • Dan Campbell 1st place
  • Sun : 10/12/2008
    Bio Wheels/United Dairy Farmers UCI Cyclo Cross
  • Dan Campbell, 19th place
  • Sun : 10/5/2008
    Ohio State Road Race Campionship, Ceasar's Creek, OH Cat 1 - 3
  • Dan Campbell, 5th place
  • Sun : 10/5/2008
    Ohio State Road Race Campionship, Ceasar's Creek, OH Cat 4
  • Brett Sudetic, 5th place
  • Sat : 10/4/2008
    DaCap City #3: Lobdell Park Awesome Course, Lobdell Park, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 2nd place
  • Sun : 9/14/2008
    ZIPP OVCX Race #1 Cyclesport Cyclo-Cross at Riverview Park
  • Dan Campbell, 1st place
  • Sat : 9/13/2008
    Alan/ Infirmary Mound Park Cap City CX - Granville, Ohio
  • Dan Campbell 1st place place
  • Sun : 9/7/2008
    Priority Health Ann Arbor Cycling Classic - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Jeremy Grimm, 14th place
  • Sat : 9/6/2008
    Priority Health Grand Cycling - Pro 1 & 2 - NRC - Grand Rapids, MI
  • Jeremy Grimm, 13th place
  • Mon : 9/1/2008
    The Annual Debates-Devos Memorial - Pro 1 & 2 Aubrun Hills, MI
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd Place place
  • Sun : 8/31/2008
    Tour de via Italia Pro, Sr. 1 & 2 - Windsor, Canada
  • Dave Chernosky, 9th, Andy Moskal, 16th place
  • Sat : 8/23/2008
    Valley City Road Race
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 3rd, Stefan Kadar, 5th, Andy Moskal, 8th place
  • Sat : 8/16/2008
    Cultural Trail: Master 30 Indianapolis, IN.
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place
  • Sat : 8/16/2008
    Cultural Trail: 08/16/2008: Pro 1-3 - Indianapolis, IN.
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place
  • Sun : 8/3/2008
    Alexian Brothers Tour of Elk Grove Elite 1/2 Masters race.
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st place
  • Sat : 8/2/2008
    Alexian Brothers Tour of Elk Grove Elite 1/2 Stage One
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place
  • Sat : 8/2/2008
    Zoar Road Race
  • Andy Moskal, 8th place
  • Sat : 7/26/2008
    ABR Ohio State Road Race
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place
  • Thu : 7/24/2008
    Chapel Criterium - Uniontown, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st place
  • Sun : 7/20/2008
    Tour De Burg
  • Dave Chernosky, 7th, Jeremy Grimm 8th, Andy Moskal, 9th place
  • Sat : 7/19/2008
    Troy Classic
  • Jeremy, 3rd place
  • Thu : 7/17/2008
    Chapel Criterium - Uniontown, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st place
  • Tue : 7/15/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Andy Moskal, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 4th, and Bob Martin, 5th place
  • Fri : 7/11/2008
    3rd Annual Louisville Metro Police Foundation Criterium - Louisville, KY
  • Dave Chernosky Category 2/3 - 1st place
  • Fri : 7/4/2008
    33rd Annual YWCA Twin Sizzler - Medina, OH
  • Bob Martin, 1st, Polo Fernandez, 2nd, & Stefan Kadar, 3rd place
  • Tue : 7/1/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st Andy Moskal, 4th place
  • Sun : 6/29/2008
    Grandview Criterium 2 - Grandview Hts, OH
  • Naoh Metzler, 17th & Andy Clarke, & Dave Chernosky, 23rd place
  • Sat : 6/28/2008
    The Blast Criterium - Cincinnati, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Dan Campbell, and Andy Clarke, 3rd place
  • Sat : 6/28/2008
    Grandview Criterium - Grandview Hts, OH
  • Andy Moskal, 10th place
  • Tue : 6/24/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Bob Martin, 1st place, Dave Chernosky, 3rd place, Stefan Kadar, 5th place
  • Wed : 6/18/2008
    Tour of Ohio Stage 1- Hocking Hills RR - Hocking Hills, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 1st, Noah Metzler, 28th place
  • Tue : 6/17/2008
    Westlake Tuesday Race Series - Westlake, OH
  • Andy Moskal, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 3rd, Bob Martin, 4th place
  • Sun : 6/15/2008
    Summer Solstice Stage 4
  • Dan Campbell, 2nd, Jeremy Grimm, 3rd, Mike Busa, 10th place
  • Sun : 6/15/2008
    Summer Solstice General Classification
  • Dan Campbell, 1st, Jeremy Grimm, 2nd, Mike Busa, 7th place
  • Sat : 6/14/2008
    Summer Solstice Stage 2
  • Dan Campbell, 8th place
  • Sat : 6/14/2008
    Summer Solstice Stage 3: Time Trial
  • Dan Campbell, 1st, Jeremy Grimm, 4th place
  • Fri : 6/13/2008
    Summer Solstice Stage 1
  • Jeremy Grimm, 1st, Dan Campbell, 3rd, Mike Busa, 4th, Stefan Kadar, 7th, Andy Moskal 8th, Dave Chernosky,9th place
  • Wed : 6/11/2008
    Ault Park Race - Cincinnati, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 1st place
  • Tue : 6/10/2008
    Westlake Tuesday Race Series - Westlake, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 2nd place
  • Sun : 6/8/2008
    Mill Creek Criterium - Youngstown, OH
  • Bob Martin, 18th place
  • Sat : 6/7/2008
    Grand Prix of Groveport Individual Time Trial - Groveport, OH
  • Paul Martin, 1st, and Andy Clarke, 3rd place
  • Tue : 6/3/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Stefan Kadar, 2nd place
  • Sun : 6/1/2008
    Garrett Wonders Memorial Criterium
  • Jeremy Grimm, 5th, Mike Busa, 6th, Stefan Kadar, 8th, Andy Moskal, 9th, Andy Clarke, 13th, Bob Martin, 14th place
  • Mon : 5/26/2008
    2008 Iowa Cup - Quad Cities Criterium, Rock Island, IL
  • Dave Chernosky, 16th place
  • Sun : 5/25/2008
    2008 Iowa Cup - Melon City Criterium, Muscatine, IA
  • Dave Chernosky, 12th place
  • Sat : 5/24/2008
    2008 Iowa Cup - Snake Alley Criterium, Burlington, IA
  • Dan Campbell, 13th and Jeremy Grimm Top 30th place
  • Sat : 5/24/2008
    Mid-Ohio Race - Lexington, OH
  • Andy Moskal, 1st, Stefan Kadar, 3rd, Andy Clarke, 7th place
  • Sat : 5/17/2008
    Bike Lexington Stage Race, Lexington, KY
  • Dan Campbell, 3rd & Anthony Rienzi, 12th place
  • Tue : 5/13/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Bob Martin, 2nd place
  • Sat : 5/10/2008
    Races at the Lake Series Category 1, 2 & 3 - Munroe Fall, OH
  • Andy Clarke, 4th place
  • Tue : 5/6/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Bob Martin, 1st place & Dave Chernosky 2nd place
  • Sat : 5/3/2008
    Races at the Lake Series Category 1, 2 & 3 - Munroe Fall, OH
  • Andy Moskal, 1st place
  • Tue : 4/29/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Cameron Jackson, 3rd place & Dave Chernosky, 5th place
  • Sun : 4/27/2008
    Spring Valley Road Race - Spring Valley, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 1st place, and Anthony Rienzi, 9th place
  • Sat : 4/26/2008
    Races at the Lake Series Category 1, 2 & 3 - Munroe Fall, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 2nd place, Jeremy Grimm, 4th place, Andy Moskal, 6th, and Andy Clarke, 16th. place
  • Sat : 4/26/2008
    Athens Twilight Criterium - USCF Finals
  • Noah Metzler, 18th place
  • Sun : 4/20/2008
    Gettysburg Road Race - Gettysburg, OH
  • Dan Campbell, 2nd place
  • Sat : 4/19/2008
    Races at the Lake Series Category IV - Munroe Fall, OH
  • Geoff Pfeiffer, 10th place
  • Sat : 4/19/2008
    Collegiate Midwest Conference Regional Championship - Madison, WI
  • Anthony Rienzi, 10th place
  • Sat : 4/19/2008
    Races at the Lake Series Category 1, 2 & 3 - Munroe Fall, OH
  • Jeremy Grimm, 2nd place, Stafan Kadar, 4th place, Dave Chernosky, 7th place, & Andy Moskal, 10th place
  • Tue : 4/15/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Dave Chernosky, 1st, Bob Martin, 4th, & Polo Fernandez, 6th place
  • Tue : 4/8/2008
    Tuesday Night Training Series A Race - Westlake, OH
  • Polo Fernandez, 1st, Dave Chernosky, 3rd, and Bob Martin, 5th place
  • Sat : 4/5/2008
    Waterford Hills Circuit Race - Clarkston, MI
  • Mike Busa, 2nd place
  • Sun : 3/30/2008
    Ann Arbor Velo Club Criterium Series #1 - Ann Arbor, MI
  • Mike Busa, 5th & Mike House, Field place
  • Sun : 3/30/2008
    University of Michigan circuit race
  • Anthony Rienzi, 8th place
  • Sun : 3/30/2008
    Hueston Woods Loop Road Race - Category
  • Dan Campbell 3rd & Andy Clarke, Field place
  • Sat : 3/29/2008
    Waterford Hills Circuit Race - Clarkston, MI
  • Mike Busa, 11th place
  • Sat : 3/8/2008
    University of Missouri Road Race and the Lindenwood University Criterium
  • Anthony Rienzi, Field Finish place
  • Sun : 3/2/2008
    Arnold Cycling Challenge - Category I, II, & III
  • Jeremy Grimm, 3rd place
  • Sun : 3/2/2008
    Arnold Cycling Challenge - Category IV
  • Geoff Pfeiffer age 19 12th place
  • Sun : 2/24/2008
    OSU - Midwest Conference USA Cycling Collegiate Road Race
  • Anthony Rienzi 10th place
  • Sun : 1/27/2008
    Lake Metroparks 2008 Nordic Flurry Ohio Championship Cross-country Ski
  • Dick Brink 5K 20:23 1st place
  • Mon : 9/3/2007
    Debaets-Devos Pro AM Memorial Criterium - Master 35+
  • Dave Chernosky 10th place
  • Sat : 9/1/2007
    Elite Ohio State Criterium Championships - Columbis, OH
  • Clarke, 1st & Grimm, 2nd place


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