Eddie Grystar of Oakmont, Pa., completed the 60-mile loop in two hours, 41 minutes and 34 seconds to win Sunday's Kinzua Classic bike race beginning at Kinzua Dam.
Hollyloft was the overall best team in both the Citizen (30 miles) and Elite (60 miles) categories.
Complete results will be posted at runhigh.com when available.
Times Observer photo by Mitchell Wilston
And they’re off!
With a police escort behind them, cyclists take off from the starting point of the Kinzua Classic bike race, which had 30-mile and 60-mile courses, on Sunday at the Allegheny Reservoir.
This race begins at Kinzua Beach, then up Route 59 toward Bradford, onto Route 321, then scenic Longhouse Drive for a finish at Jake's Rocks. The lap ascends a 2.5-mile climb, levels for five miles, a three-mile gradual descent, eight miles level, and the final leg is 12 miles of rolling hills with the finish on a moderate incline. Elite racers complete the course twice.
Here are unofficial placewinners by division of Sunday's Kinzua Classic:
Elite (60 miles)
Overall winner: Eddie Grystar 2:41.34
29 & Under: Bob Stumpf 2:45.05
30-44: Stephen Cummings 2:45.13, Bob Dahl 2:47.47, Eric Przepierski 2:47.55
45 & Over: Jim Doan 2:48.18, Shawn O'Neil 2:50.35, Ed Grystar 3:25.16
Citizen A Male (30 miles)
18-45: Ryan Uber 1:25.32, Dan Pascuzzi 1:26.23, Christopher Welsh 1:27.07, Randy Harris 1:27.43, Andrew Mahan 1:27.55
Citizen B Male
17 & Under: Chaz Ormond 1:25.55, Ryan Munko 1:26.16, Jake Richards 1:27.31
Citizen B Women
Heather Kimball 1:27.31, Kristen Ewings 1:28.08, Jodi Harpster 1:31.18, Theresa Olson 1:32.20, Marianne Mekis 1:37.38