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Auen Podiums at Dakota 5-o

Glen Houts (left) and Todd Wixon enter the singletrack at the top of the long D5o gravel climb.

Elkhorn Valley Cycling claims its first podium at Dakota 5-o in Spearfish, SD thanks to Brad Auen. Auen doggedly looked for an open entry to get into the sold-out race and took home a second place podium  in his age group and a fantastic 11th place overall for his efforts!

Elkhorn Valley Cycling had no less than 10 riders in this year’s race, joining a massive contingent of Nebraska/Iowa riders,  and the club has made the “5-Oh” one of its highlights of the year.

Dakota 5-o Full results

 

Brad Auen (2nd  Men 20-29 and 11th overall) 3:54 Glen Houts Jr. 5:02Todd Wixon 4:24

Glen Houts 4:40

Brad Auen (2nd place) on the podium at the 2012 D5o

Roy Kotz 5:16

Jerry Hoff 5:53

Whitney Porn 5:59Brandon Mullins 6:53

Brian Porn 6:56

Todd Jochum 7:09

Swanson Mayhem Closes Psycowpath Season

EVCC and TT1 took home several medals at the final race of the 2012 Psycowpath season. The race was moved from its normal home at Manawa due to the lasting effects of last year’s  flooding. Brad Auen, Jerry Hoff, and Whitney Porn each made the podium while the rest of the team turned in fine performances.

Marathon Men
12. Todd Wixon
16. Brian Porn

Cat 1 Women
2. Whitney Porn

Cat 1 Men 19-29
1. Brad Auen (2nd Cat 1 overall)

Cat 1 Men 30-39
11. Roy Kotz

Cat 2 Men 50+
1. Jerry Hoff

Cat 2 Men 40-49
13. Brandon Mullina

Race Reports: Syllamo, ICMBS, Lincoln Crits

Dan Zieg at the Capital City Crit. McColgan photo.

It was a busy weekend for the race teams of Elkhorn Valley Cycling. With riders in Arkansas, Iowa, and Nebraska it was great watching the success of our riders all weekend. The team continues to make impressive finishes along with great efforts all around.

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Several podium spots at Psycowpath and a new teammate

There were stellar results from everyone on the team at the Lewis and Clark TT and Tranquility XC Psycowpath races. More importantly, the team had enough of a positive impact on someone that we added a new member to the team.

 Jerry Hoff in a Michael McColgan photo. 

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