Registrations/Results Tabulation

Full Registrants & Results Grid

Reschedule Date                   15 Feb 16 Feb                                                                      
Official Date         4 Jan 11 Jan 18 Jan 26 Jan 1 Feb 8 Feb 15 Feb 22 Feb 7 Mar 8 Mar 15 Mar 21 Mar 5 Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr 25 Apr 1 May 9 May 16 May 16 May 16 May 30 May 6 Jun 6 Jun 13 Jun 20 Jun 20 Jun 20 Jun 11 Jul 13 Jul 13 Jul 1 Aug 15 Aug 12 Sep 19 Sep 19 Sep 19 Sep 26 Sep 3 Oct 7 Nov 5 Dec 19 Dec
Distance         200km 200km 200km 104km 200km 200km 112km 200km 200km 108km 112km 200km 122km 200km 200km 120km 360km 300km 300km 400km 600km 300km 400km 600km 400km 400km 600km 1000km 200km 1000km 1200km 300km 200km 200km 300km 400km 600km 200km 200km 200km 200km 108km
Number of Riders Home City RUSA No. Total Rides Total Km 6 15 9 5 7 20 4 7 14 13 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 0 0 0 6 13 17 7
BACHMAN, Greg Frisco, CO 6764 1 200                 5:58                                                                  
BAGNALL, Z Broomfield, CO 13552 1 108                   5:03                                                                
BENOIT, Diane M Morrison, CO 11054 2 400   10:05     9:28                                                                          
BEYER, Corinna S Idaho Springs, CO 9710 2 400   11:00       10:05                                                                        
BUSH, Debbie Fort Collins, CO 13567 8 1328     8:30     9:45   8:42 10:39 4:40 4:47                                                           8:55 5:52
CASTILLO, Justin Falls Church, DC 4092 1 200                                                                             11:30      
CONLEY, Chris Highlands Ranch, CO 12918 1 200                 7:57                                                                  
DOYLE, Michael Breckenridge, CO 14034 2 400                                                                               8:33 8:24  
DUNK, Angus Denver, CO 13475 1 200                                                                   9:44                
EHLMAN II, Thomas N Rochester, MN 8770 5 908   10:03 8:30     9:45     12:21 4:40                                                                
ELLIS, John Lee Lafayette, CO 153 10 1636     8:40 4:47   9:42 6:00     4:52 5:10 8:46                                           8:54           9:14 9:26  
FEY, Jonathan M Denver, CO 12073 1 200           7:50                                                                        
FIRNSCHILD, John Lennon Highlands Ranch, CO 13709 3 420           8:34       4:34 4:41                                                              
FOLEY, Paul A Golden, CO 1471 13 2336 9:05 9:46   5:05   8:34 6:00   10:39 4:21 4:47                                             9:01 13:38       7:44 8:55 8:55  
FORBES, Patrick Brock Mead, CO 13677 2 220             6:00     5:23                                                                
FRASER, Malcolm R Boulder, CO 9603 1 108                   4:47                                                                
GRAINGER, Michelle Boulder, CO 5417 1 108                   4:40                                                                
GRIFFITH, Scott Black Hawk, CO 7751 4 800     9:10     9:29   9:25 10:23                                                                  
HARDING, Dustin B Loveland, CO 12631 11 2020 7:27 10:05 8:30     8:34   8:42 9:17   4:45                                                       8:32 8:55 8:55 5:52
HOFEDITZ, Joe Broomfield, CO 13476 1 200   8:34                                                                                
HOWELL, Jim Niwot, CO 11847 12 2412 7:24   7:35   8:45 8:07 6:00 7:45 8:13                                                 7:25 12:13       8:18 7:18 7:23  
KOVALENKO, Oksana I Westminster, CO 11133 6 1016   10:03 8:30     9:45     12:21 4:40                                                               5:52
LEDRU, Pascal Boulder, CO 9094 6 1112   9:46       8:34         4:41                                             8:47           8:45 8:55  
LEGOFF, Steve Boulder, CO 5418 1 108                   4:40                                                                
LONG, Beth Denver, CO 2145 1 200                                                                                 9:21  
LOWE, Mark Arvada, CO 6026 2 400           7:42                                                                     6:42  
MANGIN, L John Loveland, CO 1679 10 1824   9:46   5:05   8:34   8:42     4:47                                             8:52 13:38         8:55 8:55 5:52
METZLER, Jason Bartlett Fort Collins, CO 8421 1 112                     4:45                                                              
MYERS, Brent D Denver, CO 2129 1 200                                                                                 9:21  
RAMOS, Mateo P Longmont, CO 11863 5 820           7:43       4:34 4:41                                             6:53           6:37    
ROSENTHAL, Harris Denver, CO 11956 1 200                                                                   8:52                
SENO, Kazuki Aurora, CO 13734 1 200                 10:23                                                                  
SHENK, Catherine Boulder, CO 3108 1 200 8:34                                                                                  
SIGMOND, Bennett Broomfield, CO 11228 9 1712   9:00 8:20     9:50     9:58   4:45                                             9:07         10:06 9:36 8:47  
SMITH, Vernon M Larkspur, CO 1842 8 1700   9:13     9:24     8:42 9:17                                                 8:52 13:38         8:55 8:55  
SNAVELY, Henry J Centennial, CO 3551 2 400 10:07       12:05                                                                          
STENNES, Julia Breckenridge, CO 14035 2 400                                                                               8:33 8:24  
STERLING, Amanda R Longmont, CO 11574 1 104       5:24                                                                            
STERLING, Brett A Longmont, CO 5967 1 104       5:24                                                                            
STOCKMAN, Andy Denver, CO 6738 1 200           7:41                                                                        
SZMURLO, Len Dillon, CO 5691 4 712 10:06       11:12       11:30   5:28                                                              
TUREK, Michael Gerald Longmont, CO 10173 7 1320   9:46       8:34         4:41                                               13:38         8:55 8:55 5:52
TURNER, Jason Colorado Springs, CO 11024 7 1308   9:00 8:20   8:04 8:34                                                                   8:55 8:55 5:47
WARM, Ted Boulder, CO 6234 1 108                   4:40                                                                
WARREN, Corinne Downs Monument, CO 7898 4 800   8:34     8:04       8:22                                                           8:10      
WEAVER, Kim Abernethy Boulder, CO 13565 4 708   9:40       9:03   8:42                                                                   5:47
WITTER, Erin Broomfield, CO 14059 1 200                                                                                 7:21  


2020 Randonnée Summaries
Brevets · Populaires · Team Events


JANUARY - MARCH
APRIL - JUNE
JULY - SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER - DECEMBER

Results Certification
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108km -- 19 December 2020 -- Apple Cider Sally - Populaire
RUSA# Time   Rider
135675:52BUSH, Debbie
126315:52HARDING, Dustin B
111335:52KOVALENKO, Oksana
16795:52MANGIN, L. John
101735:52TUREK, Michael
110245:47TURNER, Jason
135655:47WEAVER, Kim
Windiest Apple Cider Sally Ever!

7 starters and 7 finishers rode the Apple Cider Sally - Populaire 108k. Paul Foley - recuperating from a clavicle fracture on the Roggen Roundabout - came out to greet riders at the start, and provide sustenance on the route. Mike Turek, suitably attired for the season, brought cider and strudel bites. Mike writes:

"The applest cider Sally ever! Paul met us out at Apple valley bridge providing Apple strudels and 4 different Apple cider styles - including the now famous cidre de normande pascal introduced to us.

"Surprise - we saw Billy Edwards in Niwot out running. Talk about Joie de Vivre! Reminiscing PBP and planning for 2023....

"Despite some winds greeting us on 36 and a band of cold blowing through by those same winds, the sun emerged just in time for our Erie Old Mine cidery compulsory control. we thoroughly enjoyed planning for next year post covid, discussing the 107F Jamestown jaunt stop in august...and folks joining the Sally in years past."

Thanks to Mike Turek for suggesting and leading this populaire!

-jle

Photos by Paul Foley


A bright but chilly start!
 

Mike attired for the season
JLE handing out RUSA handbooks to newer members

Treats from Paul Foley at Apple Valley
 

 
200km -- 5 December 2020 -- Roggen Roundabout
RUSA# Time   Rider
135678:55BUSH, Debbie
140348:24DOYLE, Michael
1539:26ELLIS, John Lee ®
14718:55FOLEY, Paul
126318:55HARDING, Dustin B
118477:23HOWELL, Jim
90948:55LEDRU, Pascal
21459:21LONG, Beth
60266:42LOWE, Mark
16798:55MANGIN, L. John
21299:21MYERS, Brent D
112288:47SIGMOND, Bennett
18428:55SMITH, Vernon
140358:24STENNES, Julia
101738:55TUREK, Michael
110248:55TURNER, Jason
140597:21WITTER, Erin *
 
® pre-ride
* First ride with us!
Largest Roggen Roundabout Turnout Ever?

17 starters and 17 finishers rode the Roggen Roundabout 200k. Paul Foley writes:

"We had a gorgeous December day of riding for the Roggen Roundabout, and a great turn out with a 100% finishing rate! Light winds, pleasant temperatures and a beautiful blue sky belied the fact that we were riding in December. However the snow on the fields in the eastern plains was a visually appealing reality check. The seventeen riders maintained appropriate safety precautions during our COVID surge, yet also enjoyed friendly camaraderie. All in all, another fabulous day for randonneuring !!"

Thanks to Paul Foley for leading!

-jle


A bright but chilly start!
 

Still snow cover on the Plains
 
200km -- 7 November 2020 -- Platteville Poke-Along
RUSA# Time   Rider
140348:33DOYLE, Michael *
1539:14ELLIS, John Lee ®
14718:55FOLEY, Paul
126318:55HARDING, Dustin B
118477:18HOWELL, Jim
90948:45LEDRU, Pascal ®
16798:55MANGIN, L John
118636:37RAMOS, Mateo P
112289:36SIGMOND, Bennett ®
18428:55SMITH, Vernon
140358:33STENNES, Julia *
101738:55TUREK, Michael
110248:55TURNER, Jason
 
® pre-ride
* first ride with us!
Largest Platteville Poke-Along Turnout Ever!

14 starters and 13 finishers rode the Platteville Poke-Along 200k. The fairly overcast but mild November weather made it a good day for riding.

Thanks to Dustin Harding for leading this PP!

-jle


The wide open plains on Rd 20 (jle)
 

Clouds plume over Green
Ridge Glade Res. (jle)
 

Vernon and Paul (Mike T)
 

Elk herd near Carter Lake (Mike T)
 

Sandy's and Reflection of Dustin (Dustin)
 
200km -- 3 October 2020 -- Vail Pass Volley
RUSA# Time   Rider
409211:30CASTILLO, Justin
14717:44FOLEY, Paul
126318:32HARDING, Dustin
118478:18HOWELL, Jim
1122810:06SIGMOND, Bennett
78988:10WARREN, Corinne
Most splendid VPV Ever?

6 starters and 6 finishers rode the Vail Pass Volley 200k. VGV (Vail - Glenwood Springs - Vail) was the originally scheduled route, but the Glenwood Canyon Path is still closed following the Grizzly Creek fire. Paul Foley reports:

Saturday’s Vail Pass Volley occurred on a gorgeous Colorado fall day. Although the start in Frisco was just above freezing temperatures, the day warmed nicely and never got too hot. We seemed to have a break from the smokey air of the front range and enjoyed some blue sky, and bright fall foliage. Six riders started together, but we quickly separated as the climb from Frisco through Copper and up the east side of Vail pass took it’s devilish toll on warming up for a long day in the saddle.

Cresting Vail pass also lead to the thrilling descent down into Vail with a variety of speeds further separating the group. The more rational descenders got to appreciate the changing leaves, while those with less sense seemed to be hanging on for dear life around some of the twists and turns of the bike path.

There are now bicycle path segments between Eagle and Wolcott, and Eagle and Gypsum that kept us away from traffic and made those segments much more relaxing.

Winds were light heading west to Gypsum, and favorable returning east. However, the favorable winds did not seem to make the return climb back over the west side of Vail pass a breeze. That climb always seems to be rather challenging, but even more so when one already has over 100 miles in their legs.

All six starter finished successfully. Justin Castillo joined us from DC Randonneurs, and his successful ride qualified him for the American Explorer Award. Congrats to Justin !!

Thanks to Paul Foley for leading!

-jle

-- Paul Foley photos --

Corinne Warren and Jim Howell crossing a frost-covered
bridge on the Vail Pass Path

Dustin Harding climbing the Vail Pass Path
 

Justin Castillo on path in Eagle
 

Eagle River west of Wolcott
 

Aspens at peak foliage colors!
 

More peak foliage colors!
 
300/400/600km -- 19 September 2020 -- Black Forest  Poudre Canyon
RUSA# Time   Rider
147113:38FOLEY, Paul
1184712:13HOWELL, Jim
167913:38MANGIN, L John
184213:38SMITH, Vernon
1017313:38TUREK, Michael
Latest Black Forest 300k Ever!

5 starters and 5 finishers rode the Black Forest 300k. The 400k and 600k were cancelled because RUSA was not sanctioning these distances in September. The 300k was moved from Poudre Canyon to Black Forest because of the Cameron Peak wildfire.

This was our second event since March, when RUSA stopped sanctioning events. And it is our longest event of the year. It is the shortest longest event in our history (because we'd always offered an SR series). Paul Foley reports:

"We had a 100% finish rate for five riders. Jim Howell finished first, as he decided to minimize his stoppage time. The rest of us rode together all day. We had a nice coffee/muffin/chocolate milk break in Palmer Lake to top off water bottles since the store in Larkspur was closed in the morning. There is fresh pavement and a new round about on Walker Rd just east of CO83, where the new high school is located, which is a nice change. Elbert HI-TEST store staff were extremely welcoming and supportive as always!

"The Black Forest Firehouse on the Run BBQ was busier than usual. A reflection of the delicious meals available, of which we took full advantage! They even have expanded outdoor seating on a new deck. No snow nor rain, warm temperatures and moderately variable winds made for another great day for this band of frères to enjoy a ride full of camaraderie and merciless needling.

"The new leg along Moore Rd/Waterton Rd is perfect. Fresh clean pavement, large shoulder and only one vehicle passing us. None of us missed riding on US85, and all agreed this should be included in future rides. We also took the new Eagle River St/Chatfield Lake Rd segment north of Titan Rd on our way back. Again, perfect shoulder, minimal traffic, smooth pavement, and much safer than Titan Rd."

Thanks to Paul Foley for leading!

-jle

200km -- 12 September 2020 -- James Canyon Jaunt  Stove Prairie
RUSA# Time   Rider
134759:44DUNK, Angus
1538:54ELLIS, John Lee
14719:01FOLEY, Paul
118477:25HOWELL, Jim
90948:47LEDRU, Pascal
16798:53MANGIN, L John
118638:52RAMOS, Mateo P
119568:52ROSENTHAL, Harris
112289:07SIGMOND, Bennett
18428:52SMITH, Vernon
Nicest September 200k Weather Ever?

10 starters and 10 finishers rode the James Canyon Jaunt 200k. Riders had near perfect weather, temps ranging from the 60's to 70's under clear skies! This route was substituted for the traditional Stove Prairie route because of the Cameron Peak wildfire.

This was our first event since RUSA resumed sanctioning events (in September). Turnout was near normal for September. Virus precautionary procedures were in place, including: photo or GPS proof of passage (no brevet cards or receipts), masks and distancing, and waivers signed at home and brought to the ride start.


John Mangin, Paul Foley, Harris Rosenthal, Ben Sigmond, Pascal Ledru, Vernon Smith
distancing at the start


Green Ridge Glade Reservoir
 
200km -- 21 March 2020 -- Kersey Kick
RUSA# Time   Rider
1538:46ELLIS, John Lee ®
 
® pre-ride
Smallest Kersey Kick Ever!

1 starter and 1 finisher rode the Kersey Kick 200k. I pre-rode the Kersey Kick on March 7. Mainly very sunny, with variable breezes. Tailwind a fair amount of the way. Lots of sand on roads, but now very little trace of snow. Bacon breakfast burrito at Kersey.

The populaire the next weekend was the last event before RUSA stopped sanctioning events, so mine was the sole result for this 200k.

-jle


Burrito Selection at Kersey - reprise of Catherine Shenk photo
 
112km -- 15 March 2020 -- Carter Lake - Campion - Populaire
RUSA# Time   Rider
135674:47BUSH, Debbie
1535:10ELLIS, John Lee
137094:41FIRNSCHILD, John
14714:47FOLEY, Paul
126314:45HARDING, Dustin B
90944:41LEDRU, Pascal
16794:47MANGIN, L John
84214:45METZLER, Jason
118634:41RAMOS, Mateo P
112284:45SIGMOND, Bennett
56915:28SZMURLO, Len
101734:41TUREK, Michael
Second Carter Lake Populaire This Year!

12 starters and 12 finishers rode the Carter Lake - Campion - Populaire 112k. It was another chilly day with plenty of cloud and "atmosphere" but plenty of cheer, too! Paul and the riders maintained good social distance, used hand sanitizer, and dealt with cards and waivers in a hygienic way.

Thanks to Paul Foley for leading this fun ride!

-jle


An atmospheric Carter Lake
 

A brief stop at Carter Lake
 


 


 

John Mangin with sanitizer
 

Mike Turek at info control
 

JLE and Len Szmurlo at finish
 

Plenty of elk in big herds near Carter Lake and Masonville
 
108km -- 8 March 2020 -- Apple Cider Sally - Populaire
RUSA# Time   Rider
135525:03BAGNALL, Z
135674:40BUSH, Debbie
87704:40EHLMAN II, Thomas
1534:52ELLIS, John Lee ®
137094:34FIRNSCHILD, John
14714:21FOLEY, Paul ®
136775:23FORBES, Patrick
96034:47FRASER, Malcolm
54174:40GRAINGER, Michelle
111334:40KOVALENKO, Oksana
54184:40LEGOFF, Steve
118634:34RAMOS, Mateo
62344:40WARM, Ted
 
® pre-ride
International Women's Day Populaire!

12 starters and 12 finishers rode the Apple Cider Sally Populaire. This Populaire was added along with several across the country as a collection of rides in support of International Women's Day ... and to encourage everyone to come do a randonnée.

Thanks to Oksana Kovalenko - who reported "a fantastic ride" - for leading this Populaire!

-jle

Photos except first three courtesy of Oksana.

A nice turnout!
 

Oksana Kovalenko with Debbie Bush
 

Debbie w/ commemorative patch
 

Steve and Michelle in Erie
 

Michelle Grainger
 

Steve LeGoff and John Firnschild
 

Time for a break!
 

A great day to ride!
 
200km -- 7 March 2020 -- Lion Lookout
RUSA# Time   Rider
67645:58BACHMAN, Greg
1356710:39BUSH, Debbie ®
129187:57CONLEY, Chris
877012:21EHLMAN, Thomas ®
147110:39FOLEY, Paul ®
775110:23GRIFFITH, Scott
126319:17HARDING, Dustin
118478:13HOWELL, Jim
113312:21KOVALENKO, Oksana ®
1373410:23SENO, Kazuki
112289:58SIGMOND, Bennett
18429:17SMITH, Vernon
569111:30SZMURLO, Len
78988:22WARREN, Corinne
 
® pre-ride
First Ever Lion Lookout!

16 starters and 14 finishers rode the Lion Lookout 200k. This is a new route, based on a Permanent route designed by Paul Foley. Corinne writes, "Fantastic March weather and a brand new brevet route brought out a dozen riders for the Lookout Lion 200k, a challenging course that saves the best - a climb up Lookout Mountain and Mt. Vernon Canyon - for last. Wending it's way through Golden, Arvada, and then the outskirts of Boulder, the route takes in rollers and views of the foothills and delivers riders into Lyons, where most choose to stop and get a bite to eat. The trip back goes through Hygiene and takes you right past our normal brevet terminus . . . but then up the McCaslin wall and back to Golden, for the final climb to the finish. Even the stronger riders thought it a challenging - but scenic - ride, and kudos to Paul Foley for the route!"

Thanks to Corinne Warren for suggesting and leading this new brevet!

-jle

200km -- 22 February 2020 -- Platteville Poke-Along
RUSA# Time   Rider
135678:42BUSH, Debbie
77519:25GRIFFITH, Scott
126318:42HARDING, Dustin B
118477:45HOWELL, Jim
16798:42MANGIN, John
18428:42SMITH, Vernon M
135658:42WEAVER, Kim
Earliest Platteville Poke-Along Yet!

7 starters and 7 finishers rode the Platteville Poke-Along 200k. Many of these folks already had a 200k in for the month, so this was just more winter fun (and possibly a Platteville burrito) for them.

Thanks to Scott Griffith for proposing this extra brevet and leading it!

-jle

112km -- 15 16 February 2020 -- Carter Lake - Campion - Populaire
RUSA# Time   Rider
1536:00ELLIS, John Lee
14716:00FOLEY, Paul
136776:00FORBES, Brock *
118476:00HOWELL, Jim
 
* First randonnée!
Most Exclusive Carter Lake Populaire

Only 4 starters and 4 finishers rode the Carter Lake - Campion - Populaire 112k. Weather was chilly but fine for riding. We welcome new rider Brock Forbes, who lives nearby in Mead and could almost warm up biking from home.

JLE injected a surprising interlude on the Carter Lake climb when his chain snapped, something that had never happened to him! Thanks to a chain tool and nitrile gloves, we were underway a short time later.

Thanks to Paul Foley for leading this Populaire!

-jle


A chilly start!
 

... and finish! Notice how many layers
folks did not peel off.

 

JLE works on his chain
 

Thanks to Paul for the nitrile gloves!
 

Carter Lake
 

Wild Turkeys
 
200km -- 8 15 February 2020 -- Rawhide Ramble
RUSA# Time   Rider
971010:05BEYER, Corinna
135679:45BUSH, Debbie
87709:45EHLMAN II, Thomas
1539:42ELLIS, John Lee ®
120737:50FEY, Jonathan
137098:34FIRNSCHILD, John
14718:34FOLEY, Paul
77519:29GRIFFITH, Scott
126318:34HARDING, Dustin B
118478:07HOWELL, Jim
111339:45KOVALENKO, Oksana
90948:34LEDRU, Pascal
60267:42LOWE, Mark
16798:34MANGIN, L John
118637:43RAMOS, Meteo
112289:50SIGMOND, Bennett
67387:41STOCKMAN, Andy
101738:34TUREK, Michael
110248:34TURNER, Jason
135659:03WEAVER, Kim
 
® pre-ride
Biggest Rawhide Ramble Turnout Ever?

20 starters and 20 finishers rode the Rawhide Ramble 200k. It had been rescheduled from the week before because of snow. Pascal reports, "It turned out little bit chilly but overall a nice day. Our group had head wind from Rawhide to Wellington to we worked well together and after that the wind died!"

What's more their stop at Burger King turned the ride into a royal event.

Thanks to Pascal Ledru for leading this popular brevet!

-jle


A frosty but sunny start!
 

HRH Dustin
 

HRH Mike
 

HRH John
 

HRH Pascal
 

All smiles at the finish!
 
200km -- 1 February 2020 -- Falcon-Limon-Kiowa
RUSA# Time   Rider
110549:28Benoit, Diane
118478:45Howell, Jim
18429:24Smith, Vernon
355112:05Snavely, Henry
569111:12Szmurlo, Len
110248:04Turner, Jason
78988:04Warren, Corinne
Windiest Falcon-Limon-Kiowa Ever?

7 starters and 7 finishers rode the Falcon-Limon-Kiowa 200k. Windiest, perhaps, but certainly the earliest brevet held on this route. Riders "lucked out" because even when Vernon Smith used this route in April, it tended to be beset by snow flurries, snowpack, and similar challenges. What riders did get was wind, wind on the hilly, exposed stretch from Limon to Kiowa, complete with vigorous rollers to climb. This is the wind that would bring downslope temps in the 70's to the Front Range the next day.

Thanks to Corinne Warren for proposing this brevet and leading it! And to the good turnout from stalwart riders ... a bright move given the waves of snow that ensued in coming days and weeks.

-jle


A colorful pre-dawn before a windy ride!
Corinne Warren photo

 
104km -- 26 January 2020 -- Lyons - Berthoud - Populaire
RUSA# Time   Rider
1534:47Ellis, John Lee ®
14715:05Foley, Paul
16795:05Mangin, John
115745:24Sterling, Amanda
59675:24Sterling, Brett
 
® pre-ride
Earliest Populaire Ever!

5 starters and 5 finishers rode the Lyons - Berthoud - Populaire 104k. As with the 1/18 and 1/4 Kersey Kicks, this event was added to help riders with their goals in the absence of the RUSA Permanents program. But it attracted folks just wanting to ride, too!

A big thanks to Paul Foley for leading this populaire!

-jle


A colorful dawn herald's the prior week's Kersey Kick!
 
200km -- 18 January 2020 -- Kersey Kick
RUSA# Time   Rider
135678:30Bush, Debbie
87708:30Ehlman, Tom
1538:40Ellis, John Lee
77519:10Griffith, Scott
126318:30Harding, Dustin
118477:35Howell, Jim
111338:30Kovalenko, Oksana
112288:20Sigmond, Bennett
110248:20Turner, Jason
First Ever 2nd Kersey Kick in 1 Month!

10 starters and 9 finishers rode the Kersey Kick 200k. Despite the fact that most of these riders had already finished a 200k this month (many of them on the Windsor Wanderer the prior weekend), we had an enthusiastic turnout, and riders had a fine time, with some stiff headwinds toward Kersey, but tailwinds by Hudson, which together with Kersey burritos aiding the riders on that home stretch!

-jle


Deb, Oksana, Dustin, Jason, and Tom
at the finish!
 
200km -- 11 January 2020 -- Windsor Wanderer
RUSA# Time   Rider
1105410:05BENOIT, Diane M
971011:00BEYER, Corinna S
877010:03EHLMAN II, Thomas N
14719:46FOLEY, Paul A
1263110:05HARDING, Dustin B
134768:34HOFEDITZ, Joe
1113310:03KOVALENKO, Oksana I
90949:46LEDRU, Pascal
16799:46MANGIN, L John
112289:00SIGMOND, Bennett
18429:13SMITH, Vernon M
101739:46TUREK, Michael
110249:00TURNER, Jason
78988:34WARREN, Corinne
135659:40WEAVER, Kim
 
Largest January Brevet Turnout Ever?

16 starters and 15 finishers rode the Windsor Wanderer 200k. A frigid start, at 10°, didn't discourage the relatively large, and certainly enthusiastic turnout for our semi-traditional January Windsor Wanderer 200k (actually 210 km) brevet.

Thanks to Dustin Harding for leading this one, and the photos below!

-jle


A cold but sunny ride!
 

Kim, Oksana, Tom, and Diane
 
200km -- 4 January 2020 -- Kersey Kick
RUSA# Time   Rider
14719:05FOLEY, Paul A ®
126317:27HARDING, Dustin B
118477:24HOWELL, Jim
31088:34SHENK, Catherine
355110:07SNAVELY, Henry J
569110:06SZMURLO, Len
 
® pre-ride
Earliest Brevet Ever!

6 starters and 6 finishers rode the Kersey Kick 200k. A dry winter's day, but lots of downslope headwind to fight on the way back!

Thanks to Catherine Shenk for suggesting and leading this brevet!

-jle


Burrito Selection at Kersey - Catherine Shenk photo