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The Tour of Page County

This past weekend was the Tour of Page County, which includes a road race on Saturday and a time trial and a criterium on Sunday. The road race is held on rolling roads right outside of downtown Luray, and Saturday brought perfect weather for bike racing. Sunday’s time trial started near the Luray Caverns, with … Continue reading

Road Update: Jeff Cup and Chantilly Crit

On April 7, several members of the Bike Lane road team headed to Charlottesville for the Jefferson Cup road race, bringing back some good results. Mike Kingery took 2nd in the 1/2/3 Master’s Men, James Studebaker took 2nd in the Men’s 3/4, and John Mead took 4th in the Men’s Cat 5, with Michael Collins right behind him … Continue reading

July Race Update

July Race Update

The Bike Lane team has been up to a lot lately. So much in fact, that it is difficult to summarize without missing something. But just so you don’t think that all we have been doing for the past few weeks is watching the Tour de France and Olympic cycling, I’ll give it a shot. … Continue reading

Road Shorts

Road Shorts

Little G bagged the team’s first MABRA Champion jersey. He won the 2011 MABRA Cyclocross boys’ 10-14 year old championship. The announcement’s a little late, but the jersey was only delivered a few weeks ago. Here’s to the first of many! Chapeau, kid. Pierce Schmerge joins Mike Kingery at the next level of racing in … Continue reading

Ride Sally Ride Team Race Report

Ride Sally Ride Team Race Report

This past Saturday was the Ride Sally Ride criterium in Sterling, and the Bike Lane Team had a strong showing. The course was a 1km loop with 3 turns, flat, and with no “yellow line” rule. Men – Cat 5: The Cat 5’s started off the day with an overall good race. Ben Blanton finished 8th … Continue reading

Carl’s Dozen: Two Races, One Weekend

Carl’s Dozen: Two Races, One Weekend

When you’re on a big team, there’s always something going on. This is cool and fun and good. It means you can carpool and race with friends and rarely have to experience events on your own. What’s less fun that driving to a race that’s 4 hours away? Doing it alone, hot, sticky, and sweaty … Continue reading

A Tale Of Two Races

A Tale Of Two Races

A New Classic On Sunday, 25 March the MABRA road racing season started in earnest with the 2nd annual Black Hills Circuit Race. A twisty, challenging 1.5 mile lap with a short, small ring climb on the finishing straight, it set the stage for the first chance this year to size up the region’s competitors. The … Continue reading