Bryan Park Cycling Series
July 8, 2003
These results are provided for informational purposes only. Please note that
the protest period for this event has expired and no changes can or will be made
to these results.
The road bicycle event is held on a .8 mile "Criterium" loop in the park in Richmond Va.
The 16 mile B-Race completed in 39 minutes and 59 seconds.
Place.) Name (Team)
1.) Larry Lutz (Conte‘s)
2.) Elvin Jefferson (Unattached)
3.) Charles Goble (Unattached)
4.) Matthew Marchal (Richmond Ciclismo)
5.) James Revere (Richmond Ciclismo)
The 24 mile A-Race completed in 53 minutes and 17 seconds.
1.) Kyle Mendenhall (3-Sport)
2.) Wes Seigler (West Virginia Pro Cycling)
3.) Matt Mega (Richmond Ciclismo)
4.) Jon Gaudio (Richmond Ciclismo)
5.) Matt Dinsmore (Richmond Ciclismo)
Kyle Mendenhall of 3-Sport upset West Virginia Pro Cycling’s Wes Seigler to win last night’s
24 mile Bryan Park Series A-Race. Seigler had been undefeated the three times he had ridden
the series this season.
Most of the riders shrugged off the upset after the race. Most talked about a common-sense
strategy to watch Seigler during the race.
At the end, with none of the earlier breakaways able to stay away, Seigler led the final lap.
“Wes moved wide in the final turn and let me in,” Mendenhall said. The two seemed more
concerned about a work-out than about final results.
Richmond Ciclismo’s Matt Mega, Jon Gaudio and Matt Dinsmore pulled the rest of the thin
field taking third, fourth and fifth.
Larry Lutz of Conte’s sprinted to the front of the 16 mile B-Race earlier last night. The
steady fast pace forced most teams to think about how to finish in a final field sprint.
Elvin Jefferson, an unattached Richmond rider, took the inside gap and sped for the finish
line, not knowing that Lutz was close behind. Jefferson sat-up and finished second.
“He (Lutz) went by me and the whole time I thought I was 20 yards in front,” Jefferson said.
Many of the unattached riders, from Hanover County, in the B-Race train together and race as
a team together. The teamwork paid Charles Goble with a third place. His cycling partner,
Mark McCoy, led the final lap with Goble drafting close behind.
Matthew Marchal and James Revere, of Richmond Ciclismo, finished fourth and fifth. The
Ciclismo B-Race riders consistently place someone in the top five every week but fail
to get a winner.
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