Leaders starting 2nd half of season

Wonder who the leaders are, starting the 2nd half of the season.  The first 6 races were a great show of talent, charisma, and the mountain bike community in Southern California.

Look for these guys in leader’s jerseys tomorrow! Remember there’s 6 more races and you only need 9 races to collect the max points…dropping your worst races means everyone has a strong chance (and places will change dramatically from week 9-12).

CLASS NAME
M-Pro- Jason Siegle
M-Expert- Jason Rusnak
M-Sport 1- Alex Milewski
M-Sport 2- James Metcalfe
M-Sport 3- Alex Suchey
M-Sport 4- Geof Sanberg
M-Beg 1- Tyler Nail
M-Beg 2- Chris Griffin
M-Beg 3- Bow Lemp
M-Beg 4- William Stone
W-Pro- Joy Duerksen
W-Expert- Lisa Crowe
W-Sport- Wilhelmina Zuckerman
W-Beg- Deborah Ford
Boys Open- Jordan Muller
Girls Open- Liliana Rehorn

We can’t wait to get started tomorrow. See you out there.

Comments

  • By Omar - on Reply

    July 27th: great new section for the sport & upper cat’s. if you can eliminate the mud section, or the mud all together, we wont get blasted with mud flinging off the tires on the asphalt while we are trying to draft & pass other riders.

    thanks for putting these races on.

    “omar”

  • By jerry - on Reply

    Can you put some gravel or steps or something to grab on to on the small hill on the back side… I didn’t see anyone make it up that hill yesterday. It’s all powdery dust and the tires just spin and everyone came to a stop back there.
    thanks for a great event. lots of fun

  • By Sean - on Reply

    Hey Matt I was wondering if we could put in a small escalator that will carry bikes, people and animals.

    thx in advance.

  • By mattwenger - on Reply

    Thanks Sean, we love the suggestions…appreciate everybody’s feedback. Thanks for racing…this week we thought we’d add a slip n’ slide on the homestretch. Thoughts?

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