Saturday, March 29, 2008

Congrats to Alex on the win in Kansas. Cat 3s-Mesa's Cat III team has proven to be a force to be reckoned with across the MidWest.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Long Overdue Update(s)

Okay, I (joe) haven't updated this in an insanely long time. Consequently, quite a few things worthy of posting have been left out.

Update on the IN guys:

Joe K. and Adam have been taking names while racing in numerous p,1,2s across the Ohio Valley. In the early-season L'Espirit, Joe K. and Adam got in an early break that stuck and finished 4th anf 6th respectively in the P12 field.Joe and Adam put in a hell of a fight in the Action Lake Road Race by hammering in yet another break and finished with very impressive 2nd and 5th. These guys have been putting up with seasoned riders such as Josh Carter and teams like Abercrombie and Fitch. Joe K and Adam have put in amazing efforts and are basically kicking ass.

Graham---------Graham has been patroling the threes in a rather convincing fashion and is showing that he means business. He started off the season with L'Espirit with a good finish and is in good stolen from thier blogs......

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Sunday, March 2, 2008


The orange (now white) crush kicked off the season with a bang. First up on the team's schedule was Froze Toes in Columbia, MO. The team had a very strong finish in the 3/4s with Chris Wallace taking the win in a convincing fashion and Matt Pence taking fourth in a very chaotic sprint. Their finishes were truly a team effort. Martin, Logan, Garrick, Josh, new teammember Kyle, Matt F, Alex, and Jan all put in tremendous work in order to secure the win.
Russ easily won the Masters with Lonnie putting in a signature leadout.

Adam Lang rode very strong in the P,1,2,3 finishing in the top-7.

Mesa rode very valliantly in the juniors field. Dylan, Joe, Nate, Callum, and Jon rode well over the 30+ mi. route. Joe took third with Callum in fourth. Dylan, Nate, and Jon also managed top ten finishes.

The Kansas-based sectar of the team raced yesterday and delivered. In the 3/4s Chris Wallace got in an early break that stuck and finshed in a close third. Garrick, Josh, and Alex also did very well finishing in the field.


Here's the news site. It most definately is a work in progress. I apologize for misspelled names and category errors. Please comment/suggest.