Trebon and Compton Take Redline Cup

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The Kona boys are back! After back to back defeats in Kentucky, Ryan Trebon and Barry Wicks finished a convincing 1-2 in Saturday’s Redline Cup. Mountain bikers ruled the top four of the men’s race: Todd Wells showed he’s coming into form with a strong third place, Geoff Kabush charged through the field to take fourth, with Tim Johnson finishing a disappointing fifth. Denmark’s Joachim Parbo finished sixth ahead of Jeremy Powers who stacked it badly trying to hop a barrier.

Barnholt and Williams Battle for fourthKatie Compton continued her strong performance, dropping her competitors on the first lap and continuing to build upon the lead. Rachel Lloyd and Georgia Gould rode together in pursuit of compton, with Gould eventually dropping Lloyd. Kerry Barnholt and Portland’s Wendy Williams battled for fourth, with Barnholt winning in a sprint.

Rachel Lloyd gives chase of Gould and Compton

Katie Compton plows through the sand (and a photographer)

Women’s Podium, Redline Cup

Photos by Mark Legg Images

Results:

Men

1. Ryan Trebon, Kona/Yourkey.com

2. Barry Wicks, Kona/Yourkey.com

3. Todd Wells, GT

4. Geoff Kabush, Maxxis

5. Tim Johnson, Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com

Women

1. Katie Compton, Spike Shooter

2. Georgia Gould, Luna

3. Rachel Lloyd, Proman/Paradigm

4. Kerry Barnholt, Tokyo Joe’s/Van Dessel

5. Wendy Williams, River City Bicycles

 

 

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