Overall Standings After Week Two

2015 Aetna Nutmeg Spring Series GC StandingsAs of end of day 3/22/2015 PRO/1/2/3 PositionNameTeam03/15/201503/22/2015Overall 1EneasFreyreTTEndurance549 2ChaseGoldsteinCRCA/The Weather Channel Giant Cycling Team77 3JuanPimentel jr.Champion System Stan's NoTubes77 4David HoyleCT Cycling Advancement Program Pro-Am Team55 5DominicCaiazzoGREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar44 6ChrisStrumoloCRCA/Blue Ribbon33 7StefanoZanottiTeam ERRACE p/b DSO Manufacturing213 8WhaleyIanCT Cycling Advancement Program Pro-Am Team33 9alexsanbornCRCA/Foundation22 10BrandonFreyrHigh Country Development11 Category 3/4 PositionNameTeam03/15/201503/22/2015Overall 1StanleyLezonAetna-Expo Wheelmen358 2MichaelHeissGreen Line Velo448 3MichaelMarkowiczCycling Concepts Racing Team77 4GianniPolhemusCapital Bicyce Racing Club77 5SmithAndersonGREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar55 6LorenzoSerraPawling Cycle & Sport33 7CiaranManganCCB22 8JohnSchwartzBicycle Depot22 9JosephGrgicCRCA /e2Value11 10StephenGibertoniCheshire Cycle Racing11 Masters PositionNameTeam03/15/201503/22/2015Overall 1ChrisCrowellStage 1 / fusionTHINK7714 2JohnSchwartzBicycle Depot55 3GarySteinbergBrauer / Mick Management145 4AndreasRunggatscherFinkraft55 5MarkPattinsonTTEndurance44 6IanFarrarPurium Health Products33 7CarlReglarVerge Sport33 8ChrisChapmanCRCA22 9DouglasO'NeillCRCA22 10RickSpearTTE11 Women PositionNameTeam03/15/201503/22/2015Overall 3CassandraMaximenkoCRCA / Stans NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling5712 1CherylClarkTeam Velo 5718 4CarylGaleCRCA / CRAFT Women's Racing426 6KristinLotitoCRCA / Stans NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling55 9AnneZivartsHealthy and Happy Racing44 5AmandaBravermanCRCA / Stans NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling33 7MariaBensonTeam ERRACE p/b DSO manufacturing33 2MashaSchneiderZimmer Capital Orthopedics p/b Foundation22 8JuliaSantaFarm Team Elite Women's Team11 Category 4 PositionNameTeam03/15/201503/22/2015Overall 11TimWillisCRCA / KH-Pactimo p/b Century77 6HenryChanPawling Cycle & Sport77 1NickSabatelliCT Cycling Advancement Program55 10GennaroAmenoGREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar55 3JeffScalaCycling Concepts44 5KensaunVadnaisBOLD Racing / enduranceWERX314 4RobertTremaineteambikeway.com44 2Tongwoo TonyKimWestwood Velo33 7BenjaminBruceUnattached22 9JoshuaSalitCRCA/hatchmap cycling22 8AlexanderSemkowBethel Cycles Sports Club11 P123 TeamTotal TTEndurance9 CT Cycling Advancement Program Pro-Am Team8 Champion System Stan's NoTubes7 CRCA/The Weather Channel Giant Cycling Team7 GREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar4 CRCA/Blue Ribbon3 Team ERRACE p/b DSO Manufacturing3 CRCA/Foundation2 High Country Development1 Cat 3-4 TeamTotal Aetna-Expo Wheelmen8 Green Line Velo8 Cycling Concepts Racing Team7 Capital Bicyce Racing Club7 GREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar5 Pawling Cycle & Sport3 CCB2 Bicycle Depot2...

2015 Bethel CDR Gold Race Results

2015 Bethel CDR Gold Race Race Day03/22/2015 Field size30 Cat 5NameTeamNumber 1JakePartonSherpa521 2PhilMazerolleStorrs Center Cycle Racing511 3benhoffhineUnattached507 4ErikNedeauTeam ERRACE p/b DSO Manufacturing514 5JohnCullinanBicycle Depot503 6LucasSmallidgeRidgefield Bicycle Co529 7PatrickTorpeyCRCA/Foundation531 8OrlandoManriquezUnattached510 9DustinEinigUnattached505 10KeithSherlingUnattached527 11BillLesoravageUnattached530 12JaroslawLisGHCC526 13BillNicholasUnattached515 14JamesMcDevittCycle-Smart512 15DavidKingTarmac Cycling Iron Bridge Consulting508 16DavidLawlorCheshire Cycle523 17NathanLaymanUnattached509 18LionelSeniorBare Arms Cycling524 19MatthewDevanneyExpo Wheelmen504 20KerneyChristianIron Bridge/Tarmac Cycling502 21JoseMartinezUnattached522 22Melecio jFelixUnattached506 23RaulMorasUnattached513 24MatthewRohrUnattached518 25KennethDostBare Arms Cycling520 26PaulLondriganUnattached528 27johnobrienCycling Concepts Racing Team516 Field size8 JuniorsNameTeamNumber 1TomEveleinCT Cycling Advancement Program608 2Wyatt JCoteCT Cycling Advancement Program601 3NickSabatelliCT Cycling Advancement Program605 4AbrahamLatorreCRCA Junior Development604 5JustinStraussCRCA Junior Development607 Field size47 Cat 4NameTeamNumber 1TimWillisCRCA / KH-Pactimo p/b Century446 2NickSabatelliCT Cycling Advancement Program430 3JeffScalaCycling Concepts445 4Tongwoo TonyKimWestwood Velo418 5BenjaminBruceUnattached406 6KensaunVadnaisBOLD Racing / enduranceWERX435 7PaulLeStageIron Bridge / Tarmac Cycling447 8PatrickMurrayUnattached423 9HenryChanPawling Cycle & Sport407 10BENJAMINCHERTOFFMajor Taylor Development Team408 11RobertTremaineTeam Bikeway.com439 12CesarGallegoCRCA/KH-Pactimo p/b Century415 13EvanFoxUnattached414 14EddyPaganUnattached425 15BrettHalpernCRCA/Dave Jordan Racing416 16JosephDickersonUnattached412 17KyleMullalyTeam Edge422 18thomasbestCRCA/Dave Jordan Racing404 19CraigThalerIron Bridge / Tarmac Cycling433 20rogerbillharzpawling cycle and sport \ Billharz Electric405 21ChristianEicheleIron Bridge/Tarmac Cycling413 22SteveMayGreater Hartford Cycling Club443 23PhilipLavoieRogue Racing Project450 24MatthewPayneCRCA/Dave Jordan Racing426 25KevinMcCulloughCRCA/Lucarelli & Castaldi421 26ChristianBaksBIKEMAN.COM401 27BjoernStoeckerUnattached432 28JohnVailVelo 5436 29KyleHerlihyCT Coast Cycle442 30JasonRoggenbauerBethel Cycle429 31JasonBellCRCA/RBNY Racing – Sommerville Sports403 32KurtD'AnielloLaurel Bicycle Club444 33GarrettLynchSacco's Heavy Equipment Repair420 34RobDaviesGreater Hartford Cycling Club411 35LauraMullalyIron Bridge Tarmac Cycling438 36JuanCruzCRCA/Dave Jordan Racing410 37BrianKelleyPawling Cycle & Sport449 38SeanSheridanPawling Cycle & Sport431 39JohnGarciaBOLD Racing / enduranceWERX434 40WoodyBaumCRCA/Foundation402 41John MichaelMcCannCRCA / Junior Development448 42GrantGorczyaCT Cycling Advancement Program440 43Julius ErwinQuitoCRCA/Dave Jordan Racing427 44WouterHoogenboomCRCA/Dave Jordan Racing417 Field size17 WomenNameTeamNumber 1CassandraMaximenkoCRCA / Stans NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling119 2KristinLotitoCRCA / Stans NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling114 3AnneZivartsHealthy and Happy Racing117 4AmandaBravermanCRCA / Stans NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling101 5CarylGaleCRCA / CRAFT Women's Racing120 6CherylClarkVelo Five116 7KatieMullalyIron Bridge /...

2015 Tour de Kirche Results

2015 Tour de Kirche Race DayMar-15-2015 Field size21 Cat 5NameTeamNumber 1JakePartonsherpa520 2PhilMazerolleStorrs Center Cycle Racing512 3DanielMonLucarelli & Castaldi514 4PeterVallanceDEMDEEZ RACING518 5IkeKitmanCRCA / Lucarelli & Castaldi507 6OrlandoManriquezUnattached511 7LucassmallidgeLitchfield Bicycle521 8JaroslawLisGreater Hartford Cycling Club509 9BillNicholasBike Depot522 10DavidKingIron Bridge / Tarmac Cycling506 11JamesMcDevittCycle-Smart513 12JohnBogdanskiUnattached501 13RussellCooperUnattached504 14MatthewDevanneyUnattached505 15juanpineloUnattached516 16PaulLondriganUnattached510 17RaulMorasIron Bridge /Tarmac Cycling515 18KerneyChristianIron Bridge/Tarmac Cycling503 19KennethDostBare Arms Cycling519 Field size8 JuniorsNameTeamNumber 1NickSabatelliCT Cycling Advancement Program605 2ThomasEveleinCT Cycling Advancement Program603 3KyleCrowellCCAP607 4ElijahBrazealCT Cycling Advancement Program601 5Wyatt JCoteCT Cycling Advancement Program602 6JonathanGuizaCCAP606 7XanderJonesUnattached604 8JoshuaNosworthyBethel Cycle608 Field size38 Cat 4NameTeamNumber 1HenryChanPawling Cycle & Sport405 2GennaroAmenoGREEN LINE VELO driven by Zipcar401 3RobertTremaineteambikeway.com430 4KensaunVadnaisBOLD Racing / enduranceWERX425 5JoshuaSalitCRCA/hatchmap cycling421 6AlexanderSemkowBethel Cycles Sports Club432 7JeffreyScalaCyclingConcepts431 8Stevenvan der ZwanCRCA / FGX Racing426 9KyleHerlihyC3 RACING411 10BrianKelleyPawling Cycle & Sport435 11AlexanderMichasCRCA/Lucarelli & Castaldi416 12rogerbillharzpawling cycle and sport \ Billharz Electric402 13EddyPaganClass Cycles433 14DwayneNosworthyBethel Cycle417 15JonathanGuizaCCAP429 16SeanSheridanPawling Cycle & Sport422 17NickSabatelliCT Cycling Advancement Program420 18PaulPartonSherpa436 19GarrettLynchUnattached415 20ElijahBrazealCT Cycling Advancement Program404 21KurtDAnielloLaurel408 22BjoernStoeckerUnattached423 23CraigThalerIron Bridge / Tarmac Cycling424 24EvanFoxUnattached410 25ChristianDuncanCheshire Cycle438 26DavidLeibowitzCycleworks414 27MichaelKuehnCRCA / FGX Racing413 28christianeicheleIron Bridge/Tarmac Cycling409 29RobertKelleyPawling Cycle & Sport412 30staszakrzewskiCRCA / FGX Racing428 Field size18 WomenNameTeamNumber 1CherylClarkTeam Velo 5111 2CassandraMaximenkoCRCA/ Stan's NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling113 3CarylGaleCRCA / Craft Women's Racing117 4MariaBensonERRACE102 5MashaSchneiderZimmer Capital Orthopedics p/b Foundation109 6JuliaSantaFarm Team Elite Women's Team112 7CamieKornelyBreakaway115 8AmandaBravermanCRCA/ Stan's NoTubes p/b Velo Classic Cycling103 9ReneeEnglehardtCRCA / Radical Media116 10VickieMonahanTeam ERRACE p/b DSO Manufacturing108 11NatasjaBrooijmansGREEN LINE VELO Driven by ZipCar104 12LauraSummersERRACE114 13CherylWolfPurium Health Products Cycling Team110 14AndreaArcherCRCA/Houlihan Lokey101 15LynMcCabeTeam ERRACE p/b DSO Manufacturing107 16LaurenLeClairepedalpowertraining.com106 17SusanFlemingBethel Cycle118 18GabrielaHindmanTeam ERRACE p/b DSO manufacturing105 Field size63 Masters 45+NameTeamNumber 1ChristoferCrowellStage One Fusion242 2AndreasRunggatscherFinkraft254 3MarkPattinsonTTEndurance223 4CarlReglarVerge Sport228 5DouglasO'NeillCRCA244 6GarySteinbergBrauer / Mick Management235 7IanFarrarPurium Health Products209 8JonMonsonunattached261 9GlennBabikianFinkraft253 10ChrisChapmanCentury Road...

Junior Racers (and their parents) – Important notes!

A few reminders for the Juniors (and their parents/guardians) planning on attending the race. 1. We cannot sell, and you cannot get on the site, a Junior license. This is because Juniors need to mail or send a scanned copy of the waiver. The electronic signature process, valid for adults, is not allowed for Juniors. Please make sure you renew your license before Sunday! 2. You must have a wet signature (i.e. not a photo copy) of your parent/guardian on the waiver. If you do not have on you will not be able to race. It is permissible to print out a waiver, have it signed at home, and then bring it to the race and fill out the rest of it. One Junior, part of a family of racing Juniors, said that he and his brothers have a pile of pre-signed waivers in the car. Waiver available here (2015): http://www.usacycling.org/forms/waiver.php?url=rider_waiver 3. Juniors must use Junior gearing. This is covered in the USAC Rule Book (if you want a top the gear limits are on page 40 of the General section, but you’ll be skipping some other important information). Racers should at least read through the pertinent parts of the rule book (General, Road Racing, Discipline, and the Policies appendix) for the Aetna Nutmeg Spring Series. For later events, especially any championship type events a rider may enter, the Championships section is a must read. Obviously if you plan on doing other types of events then you need to know the rules for those types of events. Remember that ignorance (not knowing the rules) is NOT an excuse. When you get a...

2015 Leader’s Jerseys!

  Thanks to Verge Sport for the absolutely class act Leader’s Jerseys for the 2015 Aetna Nutmeg Spring...

How To Be A Good Racer

From here. 1. Smile and say hi to everyone, locals and racers alike. Happy racers are friendly racers are good racers are a benefit of the race. 2. DON’T pee in public. Just don’t. In my races someone that pees in public forfeits their entry, prize, points, everything. Use the portapotties. Promoters pay for them, you might as well use them. If there aren’t enough then mention it to the promoter. Trust me, the promoter would much rather spring for another portapottie than risk losing the race. 3. Change discretely. Imagine an (stranger) 8 year old boy or girl standing in the vicinity when you’re changing. Is what you’re doing appropriate to do in front of them? If not then make it so. Cover up, close a door, whatever it takes. 4. Buy your food/fuel in town and post it on Facebook or Twitter wherever. The host town is hoping that by allowing the race to happen that they get some people to spend money in town, Facebook stuff, all that. A tired but happy racer chowing down is a great image too, for your sponsors and friends. 5. DON’T swear, at least too loudly. It’s against the rules and for a reason – dropping F-bombs and such doesn’t go over well with parents trying to do right by their kids. I figure five things is a nice, sweet list. Short and simple. If we all work together we can grow the sport. Yeah, promoters have to do whatever to hold races, and I understand that many/most of us racers have no interest in promoting a race. That’s fine –...