Robin Carpenter Wins Stage 2 and Takes Lead of the 2016 Tour of Utah After All Day Breakaway

Robin Carpenter (Holowesko/Citadel Hincapie) celebrates winning after riding a long, hard fought two man breakaway, Stage 2, 2016 Tour of Utah. Photo by Dave Richards, daverphoto.com
Robin Carpenter (Holowesko/Citadel Hincapie) celebrates winning after riding a long, hard fought two man breakaway, Stage 2, 2016 Tour of Utah. Photo by Dave Richards, daverphoto.com

Stage Victor Carpenter Takes Overall Lead at Americas Toughest Stage Race

By Lyne Lamoureux – August 2, 2016 – Torrey, Utah – American Robin Carpenter of Holowesko | Citadel Racing Team presented by Hincapie Sportswear accelerated away from his breakaway companion to win Stage 2 presented by America First Credit Union of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Carpenter, who finished second in last year’s stage 2 in northern Utah, covered the 99-mile course from Escalante to Torrey in three hours and 56 minutes.

Ruben Companioni (Cuba) of Team Jamis finished second, just six seconds behind Carpenter. Travis McCabe (USA) of Holowesko | Citadel Racing Team presented by Hincapie Sportswear opened his sprint early to take the field sprint for third on the stage.

“Cycling is a funny sport. I was thinking maybe something could go wrong and I did not deserve the win. That is just my own personal insecurities coming out. Coming into the finish line after riding hard all day, I was so excited,” said Carpenter who claimed the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Overall Leader’s yellow jersey.

“The cliche words of happy does not even do it. I would have been okay just winning the stage. Taking the overall lead can’t really be described. It was combination of a lot of hard work and a lot of determination,” added Carpenter who plans on defending the lead Wednesday on Stage 3. “I am climbing really well this year. We’ll make the call to see what will make sense tomorrow. We are just proud that we took the jersey in a decisive fashion.”

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“Today worked out as a good as it could be,” McCabe said. “We are in the yellow jersey now and I podiumed as well. I think we were a little disappointed about the way yesterday played out. It was a hard stage. I ended up fourth yesterday. Today during the race we had a pretty good idea he was going to take it. It was going to be battle between these two. The three of us have been racing together for the past year. We knew how strong Robin and Ruben were in the break. We knew the break was going to stick so we just took a seat back and saved it for the sprint. It was a tailwind again just like yesterday. I opened up a little early and held it to the line.”

Active in every break attempt of the day, including the 100-kilometer break with Carpenter, Companioni was awarded the Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider jersey. “The strategy today was to go into the break. I was not sure if the break would finish. It was a hard day but I am very happy,” the Team Jamis rider said.

Attacks flew from the start as the 117-rider peloton rolled out of Escalante, traveling along Scenic Byway 12, an All-American Road that rolls past scenic sandstone formations of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

TJ Eisenhart (BMC Racing Team) loves his new cowboy hat handed out by the people of Escalante, Utah at the start of Stage 2 2016 Tour of Utah. Photo by Dave Richards, daverphoto.com

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TJ Eisenhart (BMC Racing Team) loves his new cowboy hat handed out by the people of Escalante, Utah at the start of Stage 2 2016 Tour of Utah. Photo by Dave Richards, daverphoto.com

Carpenter explained, “It was pretty hard start. There were a lot of riders trying to get into breaks. This put Cannondale on edge. There were a couple of big break aways. Cannondale shut everything down I attacked but mostly to try to set up something for one of my teammates. It wasn’t really my intention to get into the breakaway. The course wasn’t super suitable for it. I got into the break with Ruben. We rode conservatively at first. The group gave us a too big of a time gap. This made our day pretty easy. It was a hard race but there was no question in the last hour we would not get caught.

McCabe added, “It was so hard to get into the break that you can see the last few breaks guys rolling off the front. People were just fatigued and tired because it was so hard. Robin was out there. He put his head down and just went. Ruben and he just got away and people didn’t think anything of it. It was perfect.”

The unrelenting course challenged riders with 9,435 feet of elevation, gain punctuated by the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain climbs of Hogsback and Boulder Mountain. Carpenter and Companioni gained over seven minutes on the peloton after their escape on the lower slopes of Boulder Mountain.

Carpenter stated he didn’t know why they other teams were not chasing. “It’s hard to know what the other team’s strategy was. We saw BMC and other world teams go up the road. I believe it was to put pressure on Cannondale and to make them work because they have won this race for several years. They are the favorites with the defending champion. It made the race real tough. We had Travis in one really dangerous move with all of the teams represented so we were happy with that. Things kept re-shuffling and re-shuffling. It’s funny because after a day like this when everyone wants to be in the break, it ends up with just two of us in the break.”

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Companioni was feeling the effort put into getting into the breakaway attempts. “We talked that the time we had was good and that I was tired. I asked him if he could help me more because I was very tired.

The duo held a four-minute lead as they started the second 17-mile finishing circuit in Torrey.

Canadian Matteo Dal-Cin of Silber Pro Cycling, who finished first and fourth on the two KOM climbs, will wear the Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain jersey on Wednesday. Finishing ninth on the stage, American and Pocatello, Idaho native Colin Joyce of Axeon Hagens Berman retained the Subaru Best Young Rider jersey. The America First Credit Union Fan Favorite jersey was awarded to Ryan Roth (CAN) of Silber Pro Cycling in the Most Loved Veteran category.

Stage 3 presented by America First Credit Union will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 3. This stage transitions from the red rock panoramas of southern Utah to the Wasatch Mountains of northern Utah for the longest stage of the week. Richfield, the seat of Sevier County, is the start for this 119-mile (191.5 km) road race. The first two-thirds of the route take the riders north through the rural communities of Sevier, Sanpete and Juab counties, with Sprint lines in Manti and Fountain Green. Then the riders will crest Mount Nebo, its peak sitting at 11,928 feet above sea level, the highest mountain in the Wasatch Range. The cyclists will summit the roadway at 9,300 feet for the one KOM on the day, then have a twisting and exhilarating 22-mile descent into the classic western town of Payson.

Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Award Jerseys

  • Larry H. Miller Group of Companies Overall Leader jersey – Robin Carpenter (USA), Holowesko | Citadel Racing Team presented by Hincapie Sportswear
  • Utah Sports Commission Sprint jersey – Robin Carpenter (USA), Holowesko | Citadel Racing Team presented by Hincapie Sportswear
  • Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain jersey – Matteo Dal-Cin (CAN), Silber Pro Cycling
  • Subaru Best Young Rider jersey – Colin Joyce (USA), Axeon Hagens Berman
  • Larry H. Miller Dealerships Most Aggressive Rider jersey – Ruben Companioni (CUB), Team Jamis
  • America First Credit Union Fan Favorite jersey – Ryan Roth (CAN), Silber Pro Cycling

2016 Tour of Utah Stage 2 Top 10

1. CARPENTER Robin (USA), HOLOWESKO/CITADEL P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR – 3.56’48”

2. COMPANIONI Ruben (CUB), TEAM JAMIS – 3.56’54”

3. MCCABE Travis (USA), HOLOWESKO/CITADEL P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR – 3.58’55”

4. REIJNEN Kiel (USA), TREK-SEGAFREDO – 3.58’55”

5. TANNER David (AUS), IAM CYCLING – 3.58’55”

6. ZABEL Rick (GER), BMC RACING TEAM – 3.58’55”

7. CANOLA Marco (ITA), UNITEDHEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM – 3.58’55”

8. OWEN Logan (USA), AXEON HAGENS BERMAN – 3.58’55”

9. JOYCE Colin (USA), AXEON HAGENS BERMAN – 3.58’55”

10. FILOSI Iuri (ITA), NIPPO-VINI FANTINI – 3.58’55”

General Classification (After Stage 2) – Top 10

1. CARPENTER Robin (USA), HOLOWESKO/CITADEL P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR – 7.03’51”

2. COMPANIONI Ruben (CUB), TEAM JAMIS – 7.04’03”

3. DAHL Kristofer (CAN), SILBER PRO CYCLING – 7.06’03”

4. JOYCE Colin (USA), AXEON HAGENS BERMAN – 7.06’08”

5. MCCABE Travis (USA), HOLOWESKO/CITADEL P/B HINCAPIE SPORTSWEAR – 7.06’10”

6. ZABEL Rick (GER), BMC RACING TEAM – 7.06’10”

7. PELLAUD Simon (SUI), IAM RACING – 7.06’11”

8. HUFFMAN Evan (USA), RALLY CYCLING – 7.06’13”

9. TANNER David (AUS), IAM CYCLING – 7.06’14”

10. OWEN Logan (USA), AXEON HAGENS BERMAN – 7.06’14”

Full Results Stage 2 2016 Tour of Utah:

Position No. Rider Team Team Time Gap Bonuses
1 102 CARPENTER Robin HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 3:56:48 0:00:00 16
2 113 COMPANIONI Ruben TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:56:54 0:00:06 10
3 106 MCCABE Travis HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 3:58:55 0:02:07 4
4 35 REIJNEN Kiel TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:58:55
5 25 TANNER David IAM CYCLING IAM 3:58:55
6 16 ZABEL Rick BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
7 83 CANOLA Marco UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:58:55
8 96 OWEN Logan * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
9 94 JOYCE Colin * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
10 53 FILOSI Iuri NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 3:58:55
11 127 RATHE Jacob JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:58:55
12 123 CASTILLO SOTO Ulises Alfredo JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:58:55
13 144 NAUD Pierrick RALLY CYCLING RLY 3:58:55
14 133 BEYER Chad LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:58:55
15 112 BASSETT Stephen * TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:58:55
16 24 PELLAUD Simon IAM CYCLING IAM 3:58:55
17 11 ATAPUMA HURTADO Darwin BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
18 73 MCCORMICK Hayden * ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 3:58:55
19 98 COSTA Adrien * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
20 97 POWLESS Neilson * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
21 64 MEGIAS LEAL Javier TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 3:58:55
22 91 DANIEL Gregory * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
23 46 LOUBET Julien FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 3:58:55
24 26 WARBASSE Lawrence IAM CYCLING IAM 3:58:55
25 43 TRONET Steven FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 3:58:55
26 95 NEILANDS Krists * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
27 71 SMITH Dion ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 3:58:55
28 131 HORNER Christopher LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:58:55
29 92 DUNBAR Eddie * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
30 18 LIENHARD Fabian BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
31 93 GEOGHEGAN HART Tao * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 3:58:55
32 6 TALANSKY Andrew CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 3:58:55
33 152 DAHL Kristofer SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 3:58:55 1
34 111 ACEVEDO COLLE Janier Alexis TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:58:55
35 81 CLARKE Jonathan UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:58:55
36 82 BRAJKOVIC Janez UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:58:55
37 36 STETINA Peter TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:58:55
38 155 DROUIN David * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 3:58:55
39 37 ZOIDL Riccardo TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:58:55
40 145 ORONTE Emerson RALLY CYCLING RLY 3:58:55
41 33 BERNARD Julien TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:58:55
42 7 DIBBEN Jonathan * CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 3:58:55
43 134 TANOVITCHII Nicolae LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:58:55
44 52 DE NEGRI Pierpaolo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 3:58:55
45 137 CHAVARRIA Joseph LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:58:55
46 1 DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 3:58:55
47 2 BETTIOL Alberto CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 3:58:55
48 14 SENNI Manuel BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
49 104 SQUIRE Robbie HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 3:58:55
50 54 BAGIOLI Nicola * NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 3:58:55
51 151 CATAFORD Alexander SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 3:58:55
52 13 ROSSKOPF Joseph BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
53 141 BRITTON Rob RALLY CYCLING RLY 3:58:55
54 51 CUNEGO Damiano NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 3:58:55
55 23 AREGGER Marcel IAM CYCLING IAM 3:58:55
56 103 HORNBECK John HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 3:58:55
57 84 BUSCHE Matthew UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:58:55
58 101 KRASILNIKAU Andrei HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 3:58:55
59 38 MOSCA Jacopo TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:58:55
60 128 SHELDON Taylor JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:58:55
61 15 TEUNS Dylan BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
62 121 MORTON Lachlan David JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:58:55
63 86 PUTT Tanner UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:58:55
64 122 MORTON Angus JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:58:55
65 72 ORAM James ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 3:58:55
66 125 BRAICO Alexandr JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:58:55
67 44 LEDANOIS Kevin FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 3:58:55
68 21 FUMEAUX Jonathan IAM CYCLING IAM 3:58:55
69 114 HAEDO Lucas Sebastian TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:58:55
70 34 DIDIER Laurent TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:58:55
71 47 GESBERT Elie * FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 3:58:55
72 17 EISENHART Taylor * BMC RACING TEAM BMC 3:58:55
73 57 BISOLTI Alessandro NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 3:58:55
74 115 MARCOTTE Eric TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:58:55
75 88 JARAMILLO DIEZ Daniel Alexander UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:58:55
76 118 SANCHEZ VERGARA Brayan Stiven * TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:58:55
77 148 ZIRBEL Tom RALLY CYCLING RLY 3:58:55
78 42 BIDEAU Jean-Marc FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 3:58:55
79 75 HANDLEY Richard ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 3:58:55
80 135 LEWIS Bryan LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:58:55
81 138 MILLER Barry LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:58:55
82 41 BRUN Frederic FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 3:58:55
83 143 HUFFMAN Evan RALLY CYCLING RLY 3:58:55 1
84 158 ROTH Ryan SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 3:58:55
85 5 KING Benjamin CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 3:58:55
86 3 HOWES Alex CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 3:58:55
87 56 GAONA VAZQUEZ David * NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 3:59:11 0:02:23
88 136 JEANNES Matthieu LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 3:59:11
89 117 ROMERO AMARAN Luis TEAM JAMIS JAM 3:59:14 0:02:26
90 105 FLAKSIS Andzs HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 3:59:25 0:02:37
91 124 CHEYNE Jordan JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:59:28 0:02:40
92 31 ALAFACI Eugenio TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 3:59:28
93 126 BERRY Joshua JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 3:59:50 0:03:02
94 87 EATON Daniel UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 3:59:58 0:03:10
95 45 MOUREY Francis FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 4:00:03 0:03:15
96 132 VAUBOURZEIX Thomas LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 4:00:03
97 108 LEWIS Joseph HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 4:00:27 0:03:39
98 85 JONES Christopher UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 4:01:23 0:04:35
99 12 BOHLI Tom * BMC RACING TEAM BMC 4:02:43 0:05:55
100 61 CLANCY Stephen TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 4:03:19 0:06:31
101 146 PATE Danny RALLY CYCLING RLY 4:06:10 0:09:22
102 116 MURPHY Kyle TEAM JAMIS JAM 4:06:10
103 154 ELLSAY Nigel * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 4:06:32 0:09:44
104 4 GAIMON Phillip CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 4:06:32
105 142 DE VOS Adam RALLY CYCLING RLY 4:08:53 0:12:05
106 153 DAL-CIN Matteo SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 4:08:53
107 63 DE KEIJZER Gerd * TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 4:08:53
108 156 MASBOURIAN Nicolas * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 4:08:53
109 32 ARREDONDO Julian TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 4:08:53
110 157 PERRY Benjamin * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 4:14:06 0:17:18
111 147 YOUNG Eric RALLY CYCLING RLY 4:15:56 0:19:08
Riders after time limit
112 74 WILLIAMS Samuel * ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 4:19:00 0:22:12
113 55 KOISHI Yuma NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 4:20:00 0:23:12
114 48 MOTTIER Justin FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 4:20:00
115 66 VAN IJZENDOORN Rik TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 4:20:00
116 107 BRYON Miguel * HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 4:20:00
117 65 KAMSTRA Brian TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 4:20:00
The following competitors were signed out from the race:
No. UCI Code Team Team Reason
76 GBR19920710 ONE PRO CYCLING ONE Not signed in
Number of not started: 1
Number of starters: 117
Number remaining: 111
Riders after time limit: 74, 55, 48, 66, 107, 65 (=6)
Riders dropping out: —

General Classification after Stage 2 of the 2016 Tour of Utah:

Position No. Rider Team Team Time Gap
1 102 CARPENTER Robin HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:03:51 0:00:00
2 113 COMPANIONI Ruben TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:04:03 0:00:12
3 152 DAHL Kristofer SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:06:03 0:02:12
4 94 JOYCE Colin * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:08 0:02:17
5 106 MCCABE Travis HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:06:10 0:02:19
6 16 ZABEL Rick BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:06:10
7 24 PELLAUD Simon IAM CYCLING IAM 7:06:11 0:02:20
8 143 HUFFMAN Evan RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:06:13 0:02:22
9 25 TANNER David IAM CYCLING IAM 7:06:14 0:02:23
10 96 OWEN Logan * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
11 123 CASTILLO SOTO Ulises Alfredo JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:06:14
12 83 CANOLA Marco UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:06:14
13 144 NAUD Pierrick RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:06:14
14 112 BASSETT Stephen * TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:06:14
15 133 BEYER Chad LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:06:14
16 73 MCCORMICK Hayden * ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 7:06:14
17 97 POWLESS Neilson * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
18 71 SMITH Dion ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 7:06:14
19 93 GEOGHEGAN HART Tao * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
20 98 COSTA Adrien * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
21 46 LOUBET Julien FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:06:14
22 64 MEGIAS LEAL Javier TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 7:06:14
23 131 HORNER Christopher LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:06:14
24 11 ATAPUMA HURTADO Darwin BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:06:14
25 26 WARBASSE Lawrence IAM CYCLING IAM 7:06:14
26 95 NEILANDS Krists * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
27 92 DUNBAR Eddie * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
28 111 ACEVEDO COLLE Janier Alexis TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:06:14
29 82 BRAJKOVIC Janez UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:06:14
30 104 SQUIRE Robbie HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:06:14
31 91 DANIEL Gregory * AXEON HAGENS BERMAN AHB 7:06:14
32 145 ORONTE Emerson RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:06:14
33 14 SENNI Manuel BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:06:14
34 13 ROSSKOPF Joseph BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:06:14
35 86 PUTT Tanner UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:06:14
36 2 BETTIOL Alberto CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:06:14
37 44 LEDANOIS Kevin FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:06:14
38 155 DROUIN David * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:06:14
39 6 TALANSKY Andrew CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:06:14
40 127 RATHE Jacob JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:06:14
41 134 TANOVITCHII Nicolae LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:06:14
42 137 CHAVARRIA Joseph LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:06:14
43 37 ZOIDL Riccardo TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:06:14
44 81 CLARKE Jonathan UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:06:14
45 36 STETINA Peter TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:06:14
46 1 DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:06:14
47 54 BAGIOLI Nicola * NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 7:06:14
48 51 CUNEGO Damiano NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 7:06:14
49 53 FILOSI Iuri NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 7:06:14
50 84 BUSCHE Matthew UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:06:14
51 35 REIJNEN Kiel TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:06:14
52 3 HOWES Alex CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:06:14
53 151 CATAFORD Alexander SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:06:14
54 141 BRITTON Rob RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:06:14
55 33 BERNARD Julien TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:06:14
56 125 BRAICO Alexandr JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:06:14
57 21 FUMEAUX Jonathan IAM CYCLING IAM 7:06:14
58 103 HORNBECK John HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:06:14
59 15 TEUNS Dylan BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:06:14
60 118 SANCHEZ VERGARA Brayan Stiven * TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:06:14
61 5 KING Benjamin CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:06:14
62 128 SHELDON Taylor JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:06:14
63 122 MORTON Angus JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:06:14
64 121 MORTON Lachlan David JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:06:14
65 7 DIBBEN Jonathan * CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:06:14
66 34 DIDIER Laurent TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:06:14
67 42 BIDEAU Jean-Marc FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:06:14
68 101 KRASILNIKAU Andrei HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:06:14
69 72 ORAM James ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 7:06:14
70 41 BRUN Frederic FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:06:14
71 88 JARAMILLO DIEZ Daniel Alexander UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:06:14
72 57 BISOLTI Alessandro NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 7:06:14
73 47 GESBERT Elie * FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:06:14
74 135 LEWIS Bryan LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:06:14
75 17 EISENHART Taylor * BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:06:14
76 138 MILLER Barry LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:06:14
77 75 HANDLEY Richard ONE PRO CYCLING ONE 7:06:14
78 158 ROTH Ryan SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:06:14
79 117 ROMERO AMARAN Luis TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:06:33 0:02:42
80 31 ALAFACI Eugenio TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:06:47 0:02:56
81 23 AREGGER Marcel IAM CYCLING IAM 7:06:59 0:03:08
82 56 GAONA VAZQUEZ David * NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 7:07:00 0:03:09
83 45 MOUREY Francis FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:07:22 0:03:31
84 132 VAUBOURZEIX Thomas LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:07:22
85 18 LIENHARD Fabian BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:07:27 0:03:36
86 38 MOSCA Jacopo TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:07:34 0:03:43
87 136 JEANNES Matthieu LUPUS RACING TEAM LRT 7:08:18 0:04:27
88 85 JONES Christopher UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:08:42 0:04:51
89 87 EATON Daniel UNITEDHEALTHCARE PRO CYCLING TEAM UHC 7:09:49 0:05:58
90 43 TRONET Steven FORTUNEO-VITAL CONCEPT FVC 7:10:52 0:07:01
91 52 DE NEGRI Pierpaolo NIPPO-VINI FANTINI NIP 7:10:52
92 114 HAEDO Lucas Sebastian TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:10:52
93 115 MARCOTTE Eric TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:10:52
94 12 BOHLI Tom * BMC RACING TEAM BMC 7:11:15 0:07:24
95 105 FLAKSIS Andzs HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:11:22 0:07:31
96 124 CHEYNE Jordan JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:11:25 0:07:34
97 126 BERRY Joshua JELLY BELLY pb MAXXIS JBC 7:11:47 0:07:56
98 4 GAIMON Phillip CANNONDALE-DRAPAC PRO CYCLING CDT 7:13:51 0:10:00
99 154 ELLSAY Nigel * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:13:51
100 148 ZIRBEL Tom RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:15:25 0:11:34
101 153 DAL-CIN Matteo SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:16:10 0:12:19
102 32 ARREDONDO Julian TREK-SEGAFREDO TFS 7:16:12 0:12:21
103 156 MASBOURIAN Nicolas * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:16:12
104 108 LEWIS Joseph HOLOWESKO/CITADEL pb HINCAPIE HSD 7:16:57 0:13:06
105 146 PATE Danny RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:18:07 0:14:16
106 157 PERRY Benjamin * SILBER PRO CYCLING SPC 7:21:25 0:17:34
107 142 DE VOS Adam RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:25:23 0:21:32
108 61 CLANCY Stephen TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 7:25:27 0:21:36
109 147 YOUNG Eric RALLY CYCLING RLY 7:27:53 0:24:02
110 116 MURPHY Kyle TEAM JAMIS JAM 7:28:17 0:24:26
111 63 DE KEIJZER Gerd * TEAM NOVO NORDISK TNN 7:31:01 0:27:10
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