Our own Jake “Snake” Rubelt took the Sulphur Springs Road Race in the Masters Category down at the La Vuelta de Bisbee. Good on ya, Snake.
I asked him how it played out via text. He responded, simply:
I just jumped with 300 to go.
The weekend’s racing is comprised of four stages in three days. It is, in order, the Mule Pass Time Trial, the Sulphur Springs Road Race, the Warren Time Trial, and then the Tombstone Road Race. Pretty much means short & up, long & up, pretty short & flat, and then more long & more up. The breakdown for the masters, in miles/vertical feet gain is: 1.9 & 503, 65.6 & 3,143, 7.2 & 327, 62.6 & 4,535. Super-fun good times.
I’m waiting to hear what happened in the afternoon’s TT. I expect big things out of our boy Snake. He is motivated and capable.
I asked him how the TT went:
Not sure. I went hard.
I’ll post more info as I receive it.
Snake took 4th in the TT.
Results pdf here: lvdb.info/2010/10_RESULTS/EVENT_B/2GCB.pdf.
RideClean badass Paul Thomas (incorrectly listed as “unattached”) is sitting on top of the GC.
Overall results pdf here: lvdb.info/2010/10_RESULTS/EVENT_B/2GCB.pdf.
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