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Jan 7 – USA Cycling National Championships – Hartford, CT
Jan 8 – USA Cycling National Championships – Hartford, CT
Jun 11 – Galion Criterium
Jun 12 – Sylvania Cycling Classic
Jun 17 – Grandview Cycling Classic
Jun 24 – Twilight “Dash for Ca$h”
Jun 25 – Hyde Park Blast
Jun 26 – Madeira Centennial Criterium
Jul 2 (Amateur Road Champs – Louisville, KY)
Jul 3 (Amateur Road Champs – Louisville, KY)
Jul 9 – Indy Crit
Congratulations to the following Team Dayton team members placed in the Top 10 of the Ohio CX Cup series!
– Joseph Lawhorn 1st overall single speed
-Dave Rich 1st overall men cat 3
-Scot Herrmann 2nd overall 35+
-Robert Neuman 4th overall 55+
-Dave Neis 4th overall 35+
-Missy Marty 5th overall women cat 4
-Julie Herrmann 6th overall women cat 1/2
-Elli Sigmond 5th overall women cat 1/2
-Rick Maier 9th overall 45+
-Karin Reed 9th overall women cat 3
Elli Sigmond is having a great CX season!
This weekend was an awesome illustration of how well she has been doing. Elli came to the Ohio State Champs on Saturday and raced the open 1/2/3 women’s race that morning taking second only to Jen Malik – who is primarily doing UCI races – AND THEN SHE RACED THE MASTER’S RACE THAT AFTERNOON – and crushed it there as well taking second again overall and winning her age group.
Now all of that is awesome and Elli has been crushing the fields in the OVCX all season long. But what truly tells of her character is that she raced again in the championship race on Sunday against a very stacked field. Talking to her ahead of time she said, “My legs are really tired from doubling up yesterday and I just don’t feel like they have any snap.” She started out really fast (there was a preme really early in on the first lap) and then faded way back. Come to find out, she had actually frozen up on the backside of the lap and almost had to get off her bike. She was literally at the back of the field and over the next 30 minutes clawed her way back to the front passing lots of people and showing the kind of heart and stamina that she does every single time she gets on the bike!
We are pleased to present the Team Dayton Cycling kit for the 2016 season! Click the link below to see the new kit:
Team members go to the “Team News” page for ordering instructions and the link to the MyStore website.
We are excited to welcome our new title sponsor, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, for the 2016 and 2017 seasons. Morgan Stanley is pleased to join following valued partners Team Dayton will represent for the 2016 race season:
Please join the Board of Directors in welcoming our sponsors!
Current OVCX Standing after 5 races in series:
TD Womens Select CX Team
Elli Sigmond – LEADING the series after 5 races in Elite Women 35+
Julie Herrmann – 2nd place in series in Elite Women 35+
TD Mens Select CX Team
Dave Neis – 5th in series Mens Elite 35+
Scot Herrmann – 7th in series in Mens Elite 35+
Pete Hills – 21st in series Masters 45+
Highlights (2 or more races in series)
Women Cat 4 35+
Missy Marty – 3rd in series
Birgit Reeves – 10th in series
Lauren Maier – 5th in series
Rick Maier – 27th in series
Robert Neuman – 15th in series
Women Cat 3
Karin Reed – 9th in series
Men Cat 1&2
Scott Miller – 8th in series
Men Cat 3
Jeff Wass – 5th in series
Alex Hackney – 8th in series
Team Dayton members answered the call to be escorts for the wheeled athletes at the 2015 Air Force Marathon on Saturday, September 19th. Team Dayton has been involved with escorting the wheeled athletes since the inception of the program five years ago and, this year, our own David Cox was tapped by the Race Director to be Lead Volunteer.
Escorting the wheeled athletes is an amazing experience. Many are veterans of the Armed Forces who have sustained service-related injuries that resulted in some level of disability. It is inspirational to see all of the athletes exhibit their competitive spirit by suiting up for a 26.2 mile race.
Thanks to Paul Rouse, Mary Wienholts, Jim Oelgoetz, Susan Sagan, Chuck Smith, Heidi Riffle, Kristine Hofstra, Mike Hallock, Jr., Bob Blue, Dave Benner, and David and Kari Cox.
Special thanks to Ron Garrett for serving as the lead vehicle race lead group.
Winner Dave Berling of Avondale, AZ was just 27 seconds off the course record crossing the Finish line with a time of 1:18:50 and an average speed of 20mph.
Congratulations to Peter Hills who took the top spot on the podium in the Masters Men 45+ category at the Cap City Cross Big Run Fun CX in Columbus on Saturday.