So who won the Ultracentric 24 and 48 races in McKinney this weekend?
Chris was an impressive young man, for sure. However, he was sent home without a payout check and a promise of "we'll talk next week".:nono: Doubt he'll get it.kstine71 said:The winner of the 24 hour solo was a Florida college student. His first name is Chris and I won't even attempt to butcher the spelling of his last name.
Chris was a pretty impressive young rider, he was keeping pace with our 4 man team for a while. And he won the event without any support.
chainringrrl said:Chris was an impressive young man, for sure. However, he was sent home without a payout check and a promise of "we'll talk next week".:nono: Doubt he'll get it.
There was at least one women solo 24 that I saw. She was pitting next to our tent and there were Colorado plates on their SUV. Didn't catch the name, but I'm pretty sure she won.ketchd said:Does anyone know if there were any women solos or SS solos? If so, who won?
He was 1st SS solo 24, 2nd 24 solo overall. Had a pretty amazing race.ketchd said:
Thanks... There wasn't much climbing, so my 2x1 rigid 69er was just the thing. I took my first break longer than 10 minutes around the 14 hour mark, when I sat down and tried to do some math. By my computer, I would have to keep up the same pace I'd been averaging during the day, all the way to the finish, in order to hit the minimum mileage. My night laps were slower though, so I could tell I wasn't going to hit it. With that knowledge, I did 2 more laps and hit the tent for some rest. I slept for a blissful 4 hours, then got up and did 5 more laps before the 10am finish, for a total on my computer of 22 laps... 150.21 miles.ketchd said:PBnJ, great job man! Was there much climbing? How long were the laps? How many did you knock off?
PBnJ said:I spoke with the event photographer, Luis, this morning. He doesn't want to dis Robert yet, but he hasn't received his promised payment yet for flying out from California to take photographs. His name and services weren't plugged on the UC website like they were supposed to be, either. Just a flyer in the registration packet.
Luis seems like a good guy... he says his photos will be ready for viewing/ordering in a day or two, at this website: www.reflectionsphotographystudio.com