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2010 Keith Berger Memorial Criterium June 27, 2010

Posted by SL in Race Reports.
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Gary Aspnes, Wade Summers, and the rest of the team will have to post their versions of the race report. Gary’s fine victory in the 40+ race at  today’s Keith Berger Memorial Criterium was a work of art. Teamwork played a huge role in the victory. It was an eight man strong team. Joining Gary and Wade were: Ian Sinclair, Arlen Zane Wenzel, Matt Domnarski, Wayne Prescott, Ted Donofrio, and Thom Reid. I’ve got a more detailed report and some good photos on my blog.

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1. Wayne - June 28, 2010

Nice pics Scott. Thanks for being our one-man cheering section. It was a great day and a great weekend for Gary and the team. Short report on the Baltic RR 35+ on Saturday…just Gary and I on the line and he instigated a four-man break (Mark McCormack, Kip Stover, Bill Yabroudy, and Gary) at the beginning the second of four laps. I felt good and was able to help Mark Gunsalus (Fuji) patrol the small field. Gary took 3rd, just getting nosed out in the sprint by Mark and Bill. Not too shabby to be pipped by those two.

Yesterday was great to see such a strong turnout. Once Gary and Wade were up the road, there was no need to wonder whether or not the rest of us would do our jobs. Orange jerseys were all over the front, following any bridge attempts to make sure we were covered. Great move by Gary at the end, for a big and well-deserved win.

Got lots of positive comments from other riders both Saturday and Sunday about how we conducted ourselves as a team. That speaks volumes on its own.


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