McDowell Circuit Race

Report from Rick:  Did the McDowell Circuit race today (30 min around a 1.6 mile loop with 2 turns); gorgeous venue, mostly sunny (pic attached).  This race had a 60+ group and we started about a minute behind the 50+ group.  The race was mundanely civilized; I and an AZ Masters rider (Robert Tomkins) did all the pulling between us and about half way thru we bumped the pace up and dropped half our group.  Norm Kibble hung on with us.  On the last lap I dropped into 3rd deliberately until the final 300m or so at which point Tomkins commenced his sprint.  At 250mKibble started to lose the leader’s wheel so I made a move to the outside, passed Kibble and continued to close on Tomkins, albeit slowly.  In the end, he beat me by about a bike length.  Nevertheless, I felt like I managed the race pretty well, finished 2nd, and got a bit of cash

Flapjack TT 20K

Good start to the season eating some cakes.


Cat 3

1st – tie Kurt Garbe 0:29:30 25.28 mph

4th Bryan Schlegel  0:30:17 24.62 mph

Cat 5      2nd Scott Douglas  0:32:19 23.07 mph

Merckx 5th Jim Averill 0:32:37 22.86 mh

6th Bryan Schlegel  0:33:03 22.56 mph in round two!!  He just change the jersey and machine and off he went again.


6th Richard Ellwanger  0:34:02 21.91 mph

Cat 1/2 honorary mention

3rd and 3rd overall –  Victor Riquelme 0:28:05 26.55

Complete results

UofA Crit

Bryan wrote: Great efforts on the day from all involved. Also, big cheer for Paula & Beto for coming up from Sierra Vista. Paula and Doogie both jumped in and raced the Master Mens 30+ (VERY fast group comprised of a lot of CAT1/2s). Leo did the shootout as a warmup for the Cat 3s and Neil rolled over from studying at the library. Way to go!

18th Richard Ellwanger Master 50+

12th Scott Douglas Cat 5

18th Bryan Schlegel Master 30+

DNF Scott Douglas Master 30+

DNF Paula Bohte Master 30+

4th Bryan Schlegel Cat 3              Vic’s video of the 3/4 race

12th Neil Becwar Cat 3

16th Leo Masursky Cat 3

6th Paula Bohte Pro Cat 1-2-3 F

14th Victor Riquelme Pro Cat 1-2 M

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    Aggress is a Tucson-based statewide / regional cycling team formed in January, 2004.
    As a developmental team for both road and mountain bike racing, Aggress continues to actively – yet carefully – recruit according to a philosophy that emphasizes teamwork in both training and racing tactics.
    Our focus is to race as a team, utilizing team tactics to get our man the win. We ride in support of our designated racer, with each member in turn supported in the key event(s) of his choosing.
    We are aggressive when we race, but we behave in a courteous and sportsmanlike manner at all times. We also have team training rides that we utilize throughout the season.