Ned Overend Wins First USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championship
Ned Overend (Durango, Colo./Durango Wheel Club) and Amanda Miller (Colorado Springs, Colo./Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo) claimed the first-ever USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championship titles on Saturday at Powder Mountain Resort in Eden, Utah.
Overend, a former mountain bike world champion, finished the 6.1 mile snow course in 1:09:40. Brad Bingham (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) and Travis Brown (Durango, Colo.) rounded out the men’s pro-open podium, finishing in 1:10:12 and 1:11:02, respectively.
Miller decidedly won the women’s pro-open category with over a minute and a half gap, finishing the three-lap course in 1:27:05. Rebecca Rusch (Ketchum, Idaho/Specialized) and Amanda Carey (Victor, Idaho/Grand Targhee Resort) finished behind Miller in 1:28:37 and 1:32:52.
For full results, click here.
|1.||Amanda Miller (Colorado Springs, Colo.)||BoulderSports/YogaGlo||1:27:05|
|2.||Rebecca Rusch (Ketchum, Idaho)||Specialized||1:28:37|
|3.||Amanda Carey (Victor, Idaho)||Grand Targhee Resort||1:32:52|
|996.||Kimberly Thomas (Belmont, Mich.)|
|999.||Emily Nordahl (Fargo, N.D.)||North Dakota State University|
|1.||Ned Overend (Durango, Colo.)||Durango Wheel Club||1:09:40|
|2.||Brad Bingham (Steamboat Springs, Colo.)||1:10:12|
|3.||Travis Brown (Durango, Colo.)||1:11:02|
|4.||Mitchell Hoke (Boulder, Colo.)||Pro’s Closet||1:12:22|
|5.||Colby Pearce (Boulder, Colo.)||GS Panache||1:13:12|
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