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Chesterman & Peterson Lead Psycowpath Mid-Series Standings

After four of eight races in the 2007 Psycowpath Series sponsored by the Nebraska Lottery, Jay Chesterman has an 11 point lead in the Expert Open mid-series standings and Erik Peterson has a 12 point lead in the Sport Master's 35+ standings.

Molly Mize is only 2 points out of the lead in the Sport Women's Open standings. -Posted 6/6/2007

3 SCV Podiums at Kanesville Krusher

Written by: Administrator

Three SCV riders earned podium spots at the Kanesville Krusher MTB race at Lewis and Clark Park on June 2nd. The Council Bluffs race is the 4th event in the 2007 Psycowpath Series sponsored by the Nebraska Lottery.

Although it rained quite hard midweek, windy and dry weather made for great trail conditions for the Saturday race. With only a couple muddy spots to navigate, the trail was dry to tacky making a fast track for some hot racing on a humid but cool day.

Jay Chesterman finished 3rd in the Expert Open race won by Aaron Grady of Bikemasters. Erik Peterson was 2nd in the Sport Masters 35+ race and Molly Mize was 3rd in the Sport Women's Open Event.

Aaron Johnson was 8th in the Sport Open race and Bob Greigg finished 5th in the Sport Men's 35+ race.

3rd Grasshopper Cross TT Tuesday June 12th

The next club time trial will be Tuesday June 12th. The first rider will launch at 6:45pm starting a mile west of Jefferson, SD. This open category event is FREE and any rider who would like to punish themselves for 20k is welcome. A waiver must be completed- you may do so at the shop in advance or at the venue. -Posted 6/3/07

Two Top 10's for Schnee on Memorial Weekend

Although he was a DNF at Muscatine, Cat 5 Justin Schnee earned a fine 9th place at Snake Alley and 10th at the Quad Cities Criterium in his first trip to the midwestern spring classic series of races held over the Memorial Weekend. -Posted 6/3/07

River City Shootout Results & Photos Posted

Erik Peterson was the best placed SCV rider at the River City Shootout (Swanson) on May 20th earning 3rd place in the Sport Masters 35+ event.

Photos courtesy of Tom Winfield and Ken Peterson. -Posted 5/27/07

Four SCV Podiums at Nebraska State Time Trial Championship

Written by: Administrator

All four SCV racers who competed in the Nebraska State Time Trial earned podium spots on May 19th in Norfolk, Nebraska. The 25 mile race was held on a very hilly 12.5 mile out and back course that was described as lacking any flat sections. Racers enjoyed a strong south cross-tail wind on the way out but had to pay for it by enduring the brutal headwind on the return trip.

Jon Nelson placed 2nd in the Pro,1,2 event with the second fastest time of the day in 58:44 (25.5391 mph). Brent Linn and Bill Feiges placed 2nd and 3rd in the 45+ category and Ed Steck was 2nd in the Category 5 55+ race.
-Posted 5/21/07

SCV Siezes the Podium at Norfolk TT Series

Written by: Cody McCullough

Bill Feiges, Woody Nelson and Cody McCullough participated in the first installment of the Norfolk Time Trial Series on May 16, 2007 and took the top three spots in the 17.8 mile course.

Cody McCullough posted the fastest time for the evening at 39:30 (27.04mph average) which earned him the top spot for the night and is the new course record. Woody Nelson posted a time of 40:22 (26.46mph average) and Bill Feiges posted a time of 43:59 (24.28mph). The evening saw temperatures dipping down into the low 60’s and a north wind of 15mph which made for a challenging cross wind for the bulk of the course.

Check back next week to see how the PowerAde–Independent Fabrication riders faired at the Nebraska State Time Trial Championships which is held on a hil

McCullough and Feiges Race at Joe Martin

Cody McCullough and Bill Feiges competed in the Joe Martin Stage Race May 12-13th. The 3 stage event consists of a road race and 2 mile hill climb time trial on Saturday with a criterium finale on Sunday.

Cody placed 6th in the final GC of the 35+ category. His best result was 4th in the time trial. Bill Feiges finished 18th overall in the 45+ category.-Posted 5/13/07

Results- 2nd Grasshopper Cross 20k Time Trial

Twenty racers lined up for the second SCV training series time trial May 8th under partly cloudy skies, 75 degrees and a 10mph northwest wind. The course has been GPS measured now to assure all are hurting themselves for the correct distance. Cody McCullough was the strongest on the day averaging 26.6301 mph.

Thanks to Brett Seefeld, Larry Theobald and Kelly Irwin for helping out to make this event a success.

1. Cody McCullough Powerade/IF 28:00
2. Brent Linn Powerade/IF 30:15
3. Marty Gruis 30:58
4. Bill Feiges Powerade/IF 31:32
5. Kelly Irwin 31:46
6. Bob Greigg Powerade/IF 32:11
7. Inosencio Delgado 32:32
8. Ed Steck Powerade/IF 33:12

Jay's Recap of the Muddy Camp Igwanis XC

Written by: Jay Chesterman

Bill and I raced the muddy mess in Waverly for the second race in the IMBCS series Sunday May 6th. It rained all the way over to Waverly and continued raining when we got there. My warmup consisted of staying out of the rain then riding up a gravel climb and to the first downhill which was absolutely treacherous.

I went back to the start and cleaned my bike off with a hose then lined up for the start. I was the only one not shivering on the start line so my warm up routine must have been good.

The race got under way and the small field of experts stayed together until the first sand run up, which was just silly. The 200 foot sand wall split things up but everyone stayed within sight for most of the first lap. Riding around in the slop was actually pretty fun, the second and last lap the rain let up and everything turned to a gooey peanut butter and subsequently was not fun. It was impossible to get traction and maintain momentum and the course markings were starting to wear. I kept pushing because I could see Cam Kirkpatrick just up ahead of me on the sand crawl up. He was at the top while I was half way up. I took a wrong turn and dropped to third place but Andy Carney flatted and it put me back in second.