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Aspen Cycling Club results: Spring Gulch Hill Climb road race from Aug. 11, 2021

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Aspen Cycling Club's Frying Pan Time Trial on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, near Ruedi Reservoir.
Photo by Austin Colbert/The Aspen Times

ASPEN CYCLING CLUB RESULTS

SPRING GULCH HILL CLIMB ROAD RACE

FROM WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, 2021



PLACE–TIME—NUMBER—NAME—ACC POINTS

WAVE 1

Men’s A




1—0:29:24—45—KURNIK, Michael—30

2—0:29:42—204—LYNCH, Patrick

3—0:30:16—84—ROGERS, Ian—28

4—0:30:33—3—NEWTON, Tyler—26

5—0:31:44—17—JACOBI, Kevin—24

WAVE 2

Women’s A

1—0:34:15—139—COULTER, Beryl—30

Men’s B

1—0:33:07—18—TUDDENHAM, Luke—30

2—0:33:21—36—SMITH, Larry—28

3—0:34:25—47—WILLIAMS, Brian—26

4—0:34:26—35—TRANTOW, Tristan—24

5—0:34:41—56—CIBULSKY, John—22

6—0:34:46—28—ADAMS, Casey—20

7—0:36:35—132—MISCHKE, Joel—18

8—0:37:29—13—BURKLEY, Rich—16

9—0:38:19—58—CHERNOSKY, David—14

10—0:42:54—30—SIRIANNI, Phil—12

WAVE 3

Women’s B

1—0:41:29—144—REID, Beth—30

2—0:41:47—54—WIMMER, Maria—28

Women’s C

1—0:41:39—24—SHAW, Sara—30

Men’s C

1—0:45:02—25—MURPHY, Mark—30

Men 50+

1—0:40:27—44—TRANTOW, George—30

2—0:42:32—48—CHILSON, Chip—28

3—0:44:35—140—DIMARIA, Danny—26

Men 60+

1—0:33:53—31—KREUZ, Kevin—30

2—0:38:51—43—SMITH, Wade—28

Men 70+

1—0:36:42—39—HANDWERK, Jeff—30

2—0:38:03—69—LYONS, Steve—28

3—0:42:34—51—PHILLIPS, John—26

4—0:45:59—38—OLENICK, Bob—24

5—0:48:07—130—IRELAND, Michael—22

6—0:51:23—29—JONES, Larry—20

7—0:52:14—34—GRICE, John—18

Outdoors

Airline Climbing Trail only steps away from fall completion at Sky Mountain Park

Two Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteer projects are scheduled to assist with finish work, rock armoring and seeding of disturbed areas, according Ted O’Brien, manager of Pitkin County Open Space and Trails Resource and Trails. The events will be led in collaboration with Open Space and Trails and the Roaring Fork Mountain Biking Association.



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