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April 15, 2018

Thank you Snowy Mountain Photography for all you give to the sport!

That is a wrap on getting our first PRT under our belt for the Gateway Harley-Davidson Trek Development Team.  The Joe Martin Stage Race was a fun and like we expect, a strong learning experience for the team.  Scott Mcgill finished up 6th and Evan Bausbacher 22nd in the U23 GC.  Matt Zimmer was 17th and Scott Mcgill was 20th in the overall GC.  Congratulations t...

April 15, 2018

 Results

Today's Joe Martin Stage Race course was a 3.0 mile / 4.84 kilometer climb out of Devil’s Den State Park. The road was a steady climb 725 feet to the finish with an average grade of 5%, with most of the climb at 6% to 8%.  A power climbers delight, maybe?

Scott Mcgill hung onto to his U23 6th position and Matt Zimmer had the best Gateway Harley-Davidson Trek Development Team time of the day! 

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April 14, 2018

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Thank you Joel Yates for the twitter feed today and the help with the race recap!

Team plan for the day was to set up either Scott Mcgill or Dennis Ramirez for the final and to make sure communication and positioning in the front of the pack was better than yesterday.

The day begun with a flurry of attacks as expected with all the teams looking to take advantage of Holowesko Citadel having...

April 13, 2018

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by Snowy Mountain Photography

Weather was good, a little windy and man it was a tough day for the guys.  Like always everyone on the the Team goes into the race with a specific job.  We were riding for Dennis Ramirez , Matt Zimmer and Scott Mcgill and i...

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