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November 18/19 20:56 pm - Day 2 of Supercross Cup, West 3rd


Posted by Editoress on 11/18/19
 

The 2019 Vittoria Northeast Cyclocross Series continued with race number four on Sunday with day two of the Rockland County Supercross Cup. Elite racers competed for UCI Category 2 points in USA Cycling’s Pro Cyclocross Calendar (ProCX) and for the coveted Verge leader’s jersey in the Vittoria Series. A second day of windy and cold conditions made for tactical races on the fast and flowing, world-cup style course at Rockland Community College.

 

Rebecca Fahringer (Kona Maxxis Shimano) claimed a second win on the Supercross weekend, as did Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com) who scored his sixth Supercross Cup victory. Both riders’ back-to-back wins Saturday and Sunday would send them home with Vittoria Series leader jerseys, each having earned 100 points.

In the elite women’s race, Courtney McFadden (Pivot-Maxxis pb Stans NoTubes) and teammate Ruby West found the front on lap one with a strong, early push. With the course in the opposite direction from Saturday’s competition, there were some major differences in elevation and the way the course rode. "Today was a bit physically harder of a race," noted Fahringer. "Instead of the climbs being more punchy they were really drawn out."

Countering the first lap surge from the Pivot-Maxxis duo of McFadden and West, Fahringer took over and maintained the lead for most of the race, with McFadden aiming to keep her in check. "The two teammates of Courtney and Ruby were immediately on the front and I was a little bit afraid of that," explained Fahringer. "I knew that they were going to kind of play games to keep each other together and maybe yo-yo me off and they really knew that they were stronger going through the rooty rock section."

In the end Fahringer finished 12 seconds ahead of McFadden, who came in for second place. "I was definitely feeling yesterday’s efforts in the legs today," said McFadden. "It was really awesome to have Ruby and I up there leading the pace."

"Today was a lot better," said West, who finished third, after a tough day one where she finished thirteenth. "I think mentally and physically I was just in it way more today and I was kind of motivated after a pretty awful day yesterday so I wanted to come back and prove to myself more than anything that I could have a good day." West would finish on the podium 44 seconds behind Fahringer.

In the elite men’s race, once again the Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com team would be dominant throughout the race. "It was a fast start; it’s a hard course here in Suffern," said White. "Myles did a great job designing the course and the weather cooperated a bit this year so it was a lot more pedaling and a bit less running."

White attacked after a series of attempts by his Cannondale teammates to get away from the group, and his would be the one that would stick. "We like to race as a team," said White, "and we used the numbers to our advantage. I think I went off the front maybe four or five to go and then Lane [Maher] followed suit with a couple laps to go." White would hold his solo gap until the end, finishing in one hour and eleven seconds.

Teammate Lane Maher would attempt to shake up the chase group behind White that contained Stephen Hyde (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com) and Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano). "I punched it a few times towards the end of the race to try to see if it would help Stephen get away later on," said Maher, "but I ended up getting a gap by doing that so I just kind of took it and went with it." Maher fended off the chasers and secured second, 17 seconds behind White.

To complete the podium sweep for the second consecutive day, Hyde would break free of Werner by the end as well, finishing 34 seconds behind White. "Kerry is just such a good competitor," exclaimed Hyde. "I mean, come on, it takes three of us to beat the guy. However, I am really proud of how our team is riding. In the past we’ve all been on different levels and it's really nice to have two riders that I can count on as teammates and we can switch it up."

Courtesy NECX

 

Results from Vittoria Northeast Cyclocross Series, Day 2 of Supercross Cup held in Suffern, NY on November 17th

Pro Women
1 Rebecca Fahringer (USA) Kona Maxxis Shimano 0:40:45
2 Courtenay Mcfadden (USA) Pivot-Maxxis pb Stans NoTubes at 0:12
3 Ruby West (Can) Pivot Maxxis P/B Stans NoTubes 0:44
4 Carla Williams (USA) Deschutes Brewery Cyclocross Te 1:33
5 Emily Curley (USA) Corner Cycle 1:44
6 Rachel Rubino (USA) Philly Bike Expo 1:50
7 Lizzy Gunsalus (USA) Cannondale p/b cyclocrossworld. 1:58
8 Kathryn Cumming (USA) Jalapeno Cycling 2:02
9 Taylor Kuyk-white (USA) RSCX - House Ind - DWR - HM 2:28
10 Meghan Owens (USA) Hands-On Cycling 2:43
11 Stacey Barbossa (USA) Colavita-Whole Foods Market Racing 2:46
12 Leslie Lupien (USA) Velocio NECX 2:51
13 Britt Mason (USA) Shadow Elite 3:15
14 Regina Legge (USA) Trek Cyclocross Collective 3:36
15 Emily Shields (USA) Amy D. Foundation 3:53
16 Laura Van gilder (USA) Mellow Mushroom 4:09
17 Jena Greaser (USA) Independent 4:27
18 Libbey Sheldon (USA) CXHAIRS DEVO : TREK BIKES 4:46
19 Christina Hosenfeld (USA) Bluemont Connection 5:14
20 Julie Wright (USA) Velocio NECX 5:23
21 Elizabeth Huuki (USA) Army West Point Cycling 5:31
22 Clementine Nixon (USA) KING KOG/ SUN AND AIR 5:38
23 Heidi Wood (USA) HiFi Sound Cycling Components 5:43
24 Tiffany Thomas (USA) Philly Bike Expo 6:09
25 Caitrin Huysman (USA) Ladies First 6:59
26 Ryley Mosher (USA) Wheelworks 7:18
27 Kelli Montgomery (USA) STAGE 1/AirLine Cycles 7:35
28 Jennifer Tillman (USA) Joe's Bike Shop Racing 7:54
29 Annabel Buckley mcmahon (USA) New England Devo p/b Cadence We -3 laps
30 Brittlee Bowman (USA) RSCX - HOUSE IND - DWR - HM -3 laps
DNF Samantha Fox (USA)
DNF Jenna Latour nichols (USA) Philly Bike Expo
DNF Dana Gilligan (Can) Hardwood Next Wave
DNF Arley Kemmerer (USA) Bike Law Network p/b Piscitello
 
Pro Men
1 Curtis White (USA) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld. 1:00:11
2 Lane Maher (USA) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld at 0:17
3 Stephen Hyde (USA) Cannondale P/B Cyclocrossworld. 0:34
4 Kerry Werner (USA) Kona Maxxis Shimano 1:04
5 Travis Livermon (USA) Independent 1:10
6 Sam Noel (USA) Comp Edge Racing/UVM Cycling 1:34
7 Allan Schroeder (USA) High Desert Hustle 1:55
8 Grant Ellwood (USA) Pivot Maxxis pb Stan's NoTubes 2:47
9 Coop Willsey (USA) Bicycle Express Racing 2:58
10 Nick Lando (USA) Competitive Edge Racing 3:24
11 Jacob Leblanc (USA) Competitive Edge Racing 3:49
12 Merwin Davis (USA) Cycle-Smart 3:56
13 Daniel Chabanov (USA) RSCX - House Ind - DWR - HM 5:30
14 Jonathan Anderson (USA) J Moneys Factory Elite Professi 5:39
15 Michael Marston (USA) Daedalus / Allstonvelo & Somerv 6:48
16 Finnegan O'connor (USA) Comp Edge Racing/UVM Cycling -3 laps
17 Andrew Nicholas (USA) BCA Linen -3 laps
18 Michael Owens (USA) RSCX - House Ind - DWR - HM -4 laps
19 Trevor Raab (USA) The 5th Floor NYC -4 laps
20 Scott Birdsey (USA) GS Savile Road -4 laps
21 Daniel Vaughn (USA) JAM / NCC -4 laps
22 Christian Norvold (USA) JAM / NCC -5 laps
23 Mark Steffen (USA) King Kog / Sun and Air -5 laps
24 Sam O'keefe (USA) RSCX - House Ind - DWR - HM -6 laps
25 Matthew Owens (USA) Hands-On Cycling -6 laps
26 Jonathan Kloppenburg (USA) Spidermonkey Cycling -6 laps
27 Jess Stauffer (USA) -6 laps

 

Day 1 of Supercross Cup

 


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