Listen up, CXers! Want a cool GACX tshirt? Stand Up & Hammer is producing a limited run for this year! It’s pre-order only, so get to it! The deadline is Sept. 22!
Here ye, here ye!
The 2017 schedule has now been posted, so I guess we can officially say #crossiscoming!
Keep an eye out on the website as we will be making some more changes to the series rules this year. But for now you can see that the new race day schedule will start at 9:20 AM giving the Juniors their own time slot! Hopefully this will clear some of the congestion on the course during that first race time slot and allow juniors to double up on their races. We have also added Cat 4 to the 40+ and 50+ Masters categories. We know sometimes those masters categories can be a little slim so hopefully this will fill them out! Cat 4 masters will still be allowed to race in the CX4/5 Masters 35+ category as well, so more opportunity to double up again.
We’ll keep you posted as we get the rest of the 2017 changes rolled out. If you have any questions or comments please email “firstname.lastname@example.org” (sorry our “email@example.com” has been a little wonky lately).
Now that the 2016 GACX Season has come to a close please take a moment to fill out this survey! We are constantly trying to improve the series to provide you the racer with an even better experience year after year!
2016 Series Finale Race Report
by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
The Georgia Cyclocross Series finale was held at the LH Thomson factory in Macon, GA and put on by the Pecan City Pedalers. Many racers had dreams of a muddy, rainy course after dire weather predictions from local news channels all week. Mother Nature threw everyone a curve ball, laughed, and only provided a few light showers throughout the day. The rain packed the sandy course down, making it very fast. The course was relatively flat, only punctuated by two short hills and a lot of turns. The main feature was a wide creek only a couple of people on were able to jump over. Everyone else was forced to dismount and to try not to fall in the creek. Some were more successful than others with that.
Masters 34+ 4/5 racer or Gazelle jumping the creek? You decide.
The Women’s CX1/2/3 has provided some of the most exciting racing all season for spectators and hecklers. Macon was no exception. Several riders went to the front immediately. Eventually a small group got away. As they have been all year, the final battle went down between Maria Carrelli (706 Project) and Jenna Downey (Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear). They were together until the final half lap. Jenna put a 5 second gap on Maria that could not be closed. With that, Jenna took the win, but Maria secured the Series Overall. Sorellas Brittany Montgomery, Jean Miller, and Cambrie Epperson rounded out the podium.
In the CX1/2 the usual battle between SCAD Atlanta and the 706 Project got started from the go. Throwing a wrench into either team’s plans for world domination was Andy Scarano, who rides for SCAD collegiately and 706P otherwise. Sunday he donned the blue and black of 706P. Who would come out on top? The usual suspects went to the front early. The lead was switched a few times as the flat course kept everyone together longer than usual. Half way through the race heavy rains started; it would have no impact on the outcome because it soon ended. Eventually, Andy and Artur Sagat (SCAD Atlanta) pulled away from the chasers. Andy beat Artur in a two up sprint for first. Frank Trevieso (706 Project) was third with Wesley Garland (Litespeed-BMW) and Jeff Hopkins (Service Course Auto Works) following. Frank had an insurmountable lead in the Overall Series going into this final race, and he took his bows as the series winner.
Sorellas Chloe Murdock & Brittany Montgomery and the Spindle’s Molly Russell show what the CX spirit is all about as they finish the single speed race.
Thank you to everyone that made this a successful season for Georgia Cyclocross!—the Board, the Race Promoters, out Awesome Officials, and all of the Race Volunteers! We would like to give a special thanks to Series Director/Results Wrangler/SuperFast Racer Elizabeth Lee and Technical Director/Hauler of the Trailer/All Around Nice Guy Jim Behning! Without them the series would not be what it is! Please tell them thank you the next time you see them!
Team of the Year L5 Flyers. Frazier Cycling was 2nd.
Congratulations to all of the Series Winners!
Brianna Isbell LNC Racing p/b Octane
Isabella Nguy Frazier Cycling
Anna Frey Peachtree Bikes
Maria Carrelli The 706 Project
Brittany Montgomery Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportwear
Jenna Downey Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportwear
David Kemp The Bike Shop of Columbus
Travis Tindle Southwest Cycling Club Racing
Frank Travieso The 706 Project
Nicholas VanWinkle Litespeed-BMW
Artur Sagat SCAD Atlanta
Patrick Goral Outback Bikes Racing
Staten Putnal Peachtree Bikes
Christopher Hale Spindle X Westside Bikes
Travis Tindle Southwest Cycling Club Racing
Blake Cowing LNC Racing p/b Octane
Mike Horton Peachtree Bikes
Clay Adair Sabotage
Daniel Podratsky Sabotage
Ryan Collins L5Flyers Cycling Team
Elite Masters 50+
Chris Isenberg North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
William (Dub) Smith Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
Sergei Grigorian Bike Law Cycling Club
Elite Masters 40+
Kirk Corsello Next Moto Champion Cycling p/b Roswell Bicycles
Nathan Sibly Atlanta Cycling
Chris Chotas Litespeed-BMW
Masters 35+ 4/5
Michael Albaneso Outback Bikes Racing
Bill Hansen Peachtree Bikes
Chris Robinson L5Flyers Cycling Team
Blake Wilson Frazier Cycling
Harrison Nguy Frazier Cycling
David Heath Frazier Cycling
Reece Latham North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
Stephen Heath Frazier Cycling
Eli Hoppenfeld Frazier Cycling
Elks Aidmore 2016 Race Report
by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
Elks Aidmore was the host to the 2016 Georgia State Cyclocross Championships. The state has been in a drought since summer. Mother Nature laughed and poured several inches of rain on the course early in the week. She laughed again and decided that rain and 45 degrees were the perfect race conditions for the State Championships. Everyone will agree that Elks was epic! We’ll be talking about it for years!
This about sums up the day. Photo by Travis Neumuller.
In the Women’s Elite, the usual suspects got a gap on the rest of the competition. At the front were Sorellas Brittany Montgomery, Jean Miller, and Jenna Downey with 706 Project’s Maria Carrelli. Maria soon dropped off when her handlebars broke. She made a couple of bike switches in the pit after another mechanical. This left the Sorella trio at the front to figure out who was going to take the win. Jenna made an early move and hung on for first. Brittany was in second until two laps to go when Jean made a pass. Rounding out the podium was Cambrie Epperson (Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear) and Maria. Brittany took the WCX1/2 State Championship while Jenna got the WCX3 jersey.
The Sorella Cycling team celebrating bringing home 2 Georgia State Championship Jerseys. Photo by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
In the Mens CX1/2 Elliot Baring (North Georgia University) took the early lead. He was chased by Frank Trevieso (706 Project), Nick Van Winkle (Litespeed-BMW), and Artur Sagat (SCAD Atlanta). Half way through the race Frank worked his way up to second place while Elliot had a problem and retired from the course. Frank held on for the win with Nick in second and Artur in third. Frank took home the CX1/2 State Championship Jersey
Congratulations to all of the State Champions!
The Coveted Jeresey. Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
2016 EPTC CX Classic
by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling.
Racers woke up rejoicing on Sunday—finally, some cold and windy cyclocross weather! Break out the long sleeve skinsuits! The East Point Track Club put together a fast course at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, GA for the first ever cx race held at this venue. The track started off with a bit of blacktop (an elusive thing in GACX) to a sweeping right hand turn across a field and into a short woods section. It briefly popped back out onto the field before introducing riders to the Death Drop, a really fun drop off that added some excitement to a few of the races. The course weaved in and out of the woods a couple of times ending with a downhill that did a 180 and turned straight up a short hill. Riders were split on whether to it was faster to ride or run it. A fast section preceded a short climb with a series of turns coming down the hill. The course then came out onto a gravel road and popped riders over the barriers before going back on the blacktop to the finish line.
Eleven Elite Women were on hand to contest for the win. Jean Miller (Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear) took off like a rocket from the start line and got the holeshot into the woods. Shortly thereafter Sorellas Brittany Hopson and Jenna Downey came to the pointy end of the CX peloton along with 706 Project’s Maria Carrelli. The four hung at the front for next couple of laps, and eventually Jean dropped off of the lead group. With 2 to go, Jenna put in a surge on that gravel section before going into the barriers. Maria and Brittany did not follow. Jenna dug in and got a good gap over the chasers despite battling the headwinds by herself. She took the well-earned win with Maria and Brittany rounding out the podium.
Jenny Downey (Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear) emerges from the woods in the Women’s CX1/2/3. Photo by Travis Neumuller.
A sizable field of Elite Men took to the starting line. The wind died down for the start of their race, but it would come back about half way in. For the first 3-4 laps Frank Trevieso (706 Project), Ty Magner (United HealthCare), Artur Sagat (SCAD Cycling), and Andy Scarano (706 Project) hung together with 1-2 others rejoining and falling back off here and there. Less than half way into the race Frank used his crit skills on a flat section to accelerate and put his rivals behind him. He never had to look back. By the 45-minute mark, Frank had over 60 seconds on the chasers. The headwind coming down the pavement did not see to be bothering him. He rolled in with time for a victory salute to the crowd. Back in the woods, Artur attacked Ty, but Ty was able to hang on and beat Artur by a bike length in a sprint for second.
Frank Treveiso (706 Project) rounds a corner in the CX1/2. Photo by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling.
Serenbe CX Race Report
By David O’Rear. Photos by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
Georgia CXer’s were finally introduced to cool fall weather this past Sunday during the sixth race weekend of the 2016 Georgia Cyclocross season. Peachtree Bikes hosted this weekend’s party with a CX race thrown in at the picturesque community of Serenbe located in Palmetto, a few miles south of the city limits of Atlanta. Serenbe is one of the most progressive and unique communities in the country. The Serenbe community focuses the well-being of its visitors and residents by combining business, neighborhoods, recreation and nature in a near perfect harmony. The community is surrounded by the rolling wooded landscape of the Chattahoochee Hill Country that the New York Times aptly called, “a utopian experiment in New Urbanism being molded out of Georgia red clay.” It has arguably become one of the favorite venues of the GACX series.
Reece Latham (NCGA) on his way to winning the Juniors 10-14 Serenbe CX race.
Weather and race conditions could not have been better with beautiful fall colors and cool morning temperatures greeting the racers, which warmed slightly as the afternoon progressed. This was long awaited respite from the dry blistering heat that GACXer’s have been exposed to all season. Rained threatened early however the Georgia drought continued and GACXer’ raced on a Serenbe race course was dry for the first time in three years! Dust! Dust has become the new mud at GACX!
Michael Barman (EPTC) gets rad in the sand at Serenbe CX.
This year’s course, as in previous years, utilized the unique hilly landscape creating a challenging race course complete with tight technical turns, leg blistering climbs, sand, gravel, and a speedy descent to the tricky 90 degree turn on to the Yellow Brick Road. Over 160 racers were present with an abundant group of spectators and hecklers, which always add to the fun. The Sand pit was a favorite spot for spectators, hand-ups, and hecklers as it was the site of many a spill! The combination of the awesome venue and race course, beer, great food, and good ole CX camaraderie resulted in another successful CX weekend. Thanks to Peachtree Bikes!
Kenneth Oldapo demonstrates proper Red Solo Cup hydration technique at Serenbe CX during the Single Speed Race. #becauseSingleSpeed
Boundary Waters CX
Report and photos by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
A gorgeous fall day greeted racers at Boundary Waters Park in Douglasville, GA. Now an iconic stop on the Georgia Cross Series, BW provides a beautiful venue for a cyclocross race. The Aquatic Center side-course remained mostly unchanged from the previous year. It started out in the field, made a couple of turns before going down a hill with several switchbacks. Riders went from full gas to half speed sharply. The course opened up again around the lake except for a single barrier to a short hill that interrupted things. Some slick pine straw turns led to the gravel hill. With no rain in weeks, at some points it looked like riders were coming out of dust devils as they emerged at the top of the hill. After turning right onto the grass, a short spiral slowed things down before another jaunt up the gravel to the final set of barriers. A nice, long finishing straight allowed racers to finish at full speed. Many called the BW track a “roadie course” and “darn fun” in the same breath.
A large combined field of Men’s CX 5, Women’s CX 4, and Juniors swarmed the start area. Categories had a 1 minute between them. Blake Wilson (Frazier Cycling) was overheard saying to teammate Harrison Nguy that they want to win Cat. 5 but may not be able to because of too much traffic. Blake fought valiantly and finished inside the top 10 in the Cat. 5 Men and standing on the first step of the Juniors podium in the Juniors 15-18. He was followed by Harrison and Henrik Klessmann (NCGA).
Blake Wilson (Frazier Cycling) won the Juniors 15-18.
Seventeen Elite women took the line. It was noted by several of the fast ladies that this year has had the biggest women’s fields in quite a number of years. We love it! Jean Miller (Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear) took off the start line quickly followed by UCI Road Championship Junio Women’s racer Megan Heath (Frazier Cycling) and Sorella teammate Trish Albert. In the switchbacks, 706 Project teammates Leigh Hopkins and Maria Carrelli and Sorellas Brittany Hopson and Jenna Downey (Sorella) came around to the front of the field. Megan took a tumble, which allowed the five riders to pull away. Jenna Downey took the lead, but she did not want to stay there. Jean eventually faded, and the other four stayed together. The lead swapped a couple of times as racers played team tactics. On the fourth lap, Leigh and Brittany took the front over the barriers. Going into the fifth lap, Jenna got a small gap on Leigh and Maria. They would hold those positions until the finish. Brittany came across the line about 20 seconds back for fourth.
Howard Buckley (Bike Law) on his way to winning the Elite 50+ Masters
Three riders quickly broke away in the Men’s Elite race-Artur Sagat (SCAD), Frank Trevieso (706 Project), and Nick Van Winkle (Litespeed-BMW). A group of three chasers was never able to make contact. Artur, Frank, and Nick swapped the lead several times as they worked together on the flatter sections of the course. With two laps to go, Artur attacked and was able to get around Nick, who stuck to Artur’s wheel like glue. Frank was a few seconds back. About a third of the way into the lap, Artur gapped Nick out of a corner down by the lake. Frank passed Nick half way through the last lap and took second.
Maylyn Oswald decided to take a little break in the Women’s CX4 after a little bobble.
1 Kevin Maxey Litespeed-BMW
2 Drew Rosedale L5Flyers Cycling Team
3 Aaron Thistle
1 Brianna Isbell LNC Racing p/b Octane
2 Ali LeCraw Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear on
3 Anna Frey Peachtree Bikes
1 Blake Wilson Frazier Cycling
2 W. Harrison Nguy Frazier Cycling
3 Henrik Klessmann North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
1 Eli Hoppenfeld Frazier Cycling
2 Stephen Heath Frazier Cycling
3 Reece Latham North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
Elite Masters 40+
1 Kirk Corsello Next Moto Champion Cycling p/b Roswell Bicycles
2 Chris Chotas Litespeed-BMW
3 Michael Manthey
Elite Masters 50+
1 Howard Buckley Bike Law Cycling Club
2 Chris Isenberg North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
3 220 Robert Conatser Reality Bikes
1 Jeff Moore L5Flyers Cycling Team
2 422 Robin Blake
3 418 Griffin Jones
1 Jenna Downey Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportwear
2 Leigh Hopkins The 706 Project
3 Maria Carrelli The 706 Project
1 Artur Sagat SCAD Atlanta
2 Frank Travieso The 706 Project
3 Nicholas VanWinkle Litespeed-BMW
1 Michael Garrison North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
2 Jeff Hopkins Service Course Auto Works
3 Mike Flowers Team Mugshots
1 David Kemp The Bike Shop of Columbus
2 David Marbut Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
3 Kinzer Hewitt LNC Racing p/b Octane
Masters 35+ CX 4/5
1 Jeff Moore
2 Bill Hansen Peachtree Bikes
3 Jason Spruill LNC Racing p/b Octane
2016 Savannah SuperPrestige Weekend
by David O’Rear
This past weekend cyclocross racers from across the state converged on the town of Pooler, Georgia for the 2016 The Savannah Superprestige Cyclocross Weekend. The SSPCX 16 races were held once again at the Oglethorpe Speedway Park, just north of Savannah. Despite the damage inflicted throughout the Georgia cost by Hurricane Matthew just two weeks prior, OSP appeared to come out of the ordeal unscathed. On closer inspection of the area however, it was obvious the damage had taken its toll on the venue as well the surround communities as piles of debris from the storm littered sidewalks and streets. Thanks to the OSP staf, and some hard work by Bryan Schoeffler and Justin Bristol the race course was ready and the weekend was executed without a hitch on a dry, fast, and exceptionally well laid out race course complete with the stairs and Corona Corner Fly-Over! Free camping, showers, and even a pub on site made for great venue!
Since it was Halloween weekend, CXer’s also had the opportunity between races to attend one of the many Halloween celebrations around the area. From the Pirate Weekend on Tybee Island, to the down town concerts and costume parties, to the popular Savannah Riverfront Crawl-O-Ween pub crawl, celebration opportunities were abundant. Not to be outdone, the SSPCX 16 added a bit Halloween flavor of its own with costume contests and a bit of eerie night racing for double points!
The Single Speeders had fun in Savannah dressing up for Halloween! Photo by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
Despite the festive atmosphere and celebrations, when the racing began it was all business. The course although flat and fast, wasn’t without technical elements. Deep pockets of sand positioned randomly throughout the course meant strict attention had to be paid to race lines or precious seconds were lost or at worse complete wheel washouts and spills. Saturday night’s course was remained mostly on the flat portions of the race track and grass with only a short technical loop through the woods which was fortunately lit at night. Sunday temperatures climbed into the mid to high 80’s which added a level of suffering to races. Sunday’s course was slightly longer with a loops through the woods on either end of the course around where shade provided racers with a brief reprieve from the sweltering temperatures of mid-day. Most races on both days drew larger than normal fields and came down to the final lap with sprint finishes.
The Elite Masters 40+ coming into the barriers Sunday at Savannah. Photo by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
Once again this year The Savannah Superprestige Cyclocross Weekend proved to be a great race experience and series favorite.
Saturday, Oct. 29 October Results:
Master 40+ CX 1/2/3
1 Kirk Corsello Next Moto Cycling p/b Roswell Bicycles
2 Brady Rodgers Litespeed-BMW
3 Nathan Sibley Atlanta Cycling
Master 50+ CX 1/2/3
1 Tim Marshall Stinhaus Factory Trek
2 Chris Isenberg North Georgia Cycling Association
3 Dub Smith Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
Women CX 4
1 Molly Russell Spindle X Westside Bikes
2 Candace Kimbrell Andy Jordan’s Bicycle Warehouse
3 Brianna Isbell LNC Racing
1 Blake Wilson Frazier Cycling
2 Harrison Nguy Frazier Cycling
1 Reece Latham North Georgia Cycle Association
2 Owen Braunecker North Georgia Cycle Association
3 Elizabeth May Frazier Cycling
1 Christopher Ostlund
2 Ross Mockton Sixes Pit
3 Patrick Goral Outback Bikes Racing
1 Blake Wilson Frazier Cycling
2 Brad Beadles Cycle Haus Racing
3 Rudy Szymanski Cycle Sport Concepts Tampa
1 Jenna Downey Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear
2 Brittnay Montgomery Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear
3 Maria Carelli Team 706 Project
Men Pro CX1/2
1 Frank Travieso The 706 Project
2 Arthur Sagat SCAD Atlanta
3 Nicholas VanWinkle Litespeed-BMW
1 Cooper Hammarlund Prima Tappa Cycling
2 Daniel Podratsky Prima Tappa Cycling
3 Ryan Collins L5 Flyers Cycling Team
Masters 35+ CX4/5
1 Jason Spruill LNC Racing p/b Octane
2 Bill Hansen Peachtree Bikes
3 Michael Albaneso Outback Bikes Racing
1 David Marbut Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
2 Shannon Blanton
3 David Kemp The Bike Shop of Columbus
Written by and photos by Trish Albert/Southeastern Cycling
Camp Frank D. Merrill, home of the 5th Ranger Training Battalion, hosted this year’s Dingo CX in Dahlonega, GA. We were lucky enough to have the entire airfield for the race. What a cool and usual venue! The course wound around the airfield and through a few short sections of woods. A double set of barriers broke up the first quarter of the race. Two main dismounts were a run up in the woods followed by a short downhill and a wide mudhole that may have been a creek in wetter years. Speaking of water, what is Dingo CX without some rain? Mother Nature threw North Georgia a small curve ball with some showers overnight Saturday. With how dry the last few weeks have been it was just enough to knock the dust down and make course conditions really nice.
Brittnay Hopson cheers on the racers.
Good fields took the starting line all day. Thirteen women lined up for the Women’s 1/2/3 race. The start was a flurry of the blue and grey kits of Sorella Cycling and the purple kits of The 706 Project Ladies as they scrambled for the pointy end of the field. Several riders came into the barriers together, and it would be another quarter of a lap until things began to break apart. Maria Carrelli (706 Project) and Brittany Montgomery (Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportswear) put a little distance over the other racers. They traded the lead several times throughout the race-once when Maria went through the tape and on the final lap when she sprinted past Brittany just before the finish for the win. Jean Miller (Sorella) rounded out the podium.
The Men’s Pro/1/2 race had XXX entries. Not wasting any time Sean Fincham (SCAD Cycling) went straight to the front. He may not have realized he was racing with other people. This was a one-man show from the whistle. Be the second lap he had nearly a 2-minute lead over Nick Van Winkle (Litespeed-BMW) and his SCAD teammate Artur Sagat. Spectators that were on the backside of the course near the single barrier were treated to a show in how to fly over a barrier and clear with with about 6 inches to spare. This was no bunny hop—more like a horse jumping over a fence! Nick did all he could to bring Sean back, but it was not enough. Artur passed Nick about half way into the race and hung in for second. Nick grabbed third.
Sean Fincham (SCAD Atlanta) jumps over the barriers in the Men’s Pro/1/2 race
Women Cat. 4
1 Iris Levin
2 Chloe Murdock-Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportwear
3 Molly Russell- Spindle X Westside Bikes
Men Cat. 5
1 Chase Key (Chase-We need your info.! Email firstname.lastname@example.org #568)
2 River Key #N/A one day
3 570 Aaron Thistle
1 Blake Wilson- Frazier Cycling
2 W. Harrison Nguy- Frazier Cycling
3 Henrik Klessmann- North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
Juniors 10-14 Overall
1 Reece Latham -North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
2 Stephen Heath- Frazier Cycling
3 Johnny Rhodes Delbridge -North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
The youngest racer, Jack Johnson (Frazier Cycling) shows grit and determination.
Top Junior Girls 10-14
1 266 Elizabeth May- Frazier Cycling
2 271 Sophie Zents -North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
3 275 Amelia Hicks- L5Flyers Cycling Team
Masters 40+ Cat. 1/2/3
1 Kirk Corsello- Next Moto Champion Cycling p/b Roswell Bicycles
2 David Marbut -Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
3 Brady Rogers -Litespeed-BMW
Masters 50+ Cat. 1/2/3
1 Tim Marshall -Stonehaus Factory Trek
2 Chris Isenberg- North Georgia Cycling Association, Inc.
3 William (Dub) Smith Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
Women Cat. 1/2/3
1 Maria Carrelli The 706 Project
2 Brittany Montgomery- Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportwear
3 Jean Miller- Sorella Cycling p/b Hincapie Sportwear
Cat. 4 Men
1 Cooper Hammarlund- Prima Tappa Cycling
2 Noah Williams
3 Davis Branyon -Prima Tappa Cycling
1 Sean Fincham- SCAD Atlanta
2 Artur Sagat- SCAD Atlanta
3 Nicholas VanWinkle- Litespeed-BMW
Men Cat. 3
1 Mike Flowers
2 Jeff Hopkins- Service Course Auto Works
3 Clay Adair
1 David Marbut-Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta
2 Zachary Holmes Atlanta- Bicycle Barn
3 Shannon Blanton
Masters 35+ Cat. 4/5
1 Jeffrey Burgoon- Smyrna Bicycles
2 Eric Burke
3 Bill Hansen- Peachtree Bikes