20170528: CROC Crew: Karl, Kathleen, Bridget, and Rick
20170527: Karl and Rick at the CROC: Century Ride of the Centuries.
20170515: Will and Peter in Mallorca.
20170509: Moving day. Annual rite of Spring. Moving the shop and Mike's truck.
20160929: Luna and Kate heading towards Lake Dunmore near Middlebury, Vermont.
20160901: Feldman training on the World Master Time Trial Championship course.
20160719: Feldman in Dolomiti during second Italia Training camp.
20160709: Kris Thoreson 2nd place overall in the Minneapolis Lifetime Triathlon
20160628: Loop into Eve's Gulch.
20160618: Katie and Kelly happy to have finished Spinderella.
20160617: Ready for Spinderella.
20160611: Idaho State Time Trial Championships.
20160320: Nick and Wes Holland taking a break in Utah.
20150926: New course record for Baldy Hill Climb by bike: 59:54
20150903: Feldman wins Master World Time Trial Championship!
A big thank you to my family and George Sedack.
Wins like this do not happen without a lot of support from the home team.
20150901: Nice place to work on a bike. Hobro, Denmark.
20150831: Nice profile picture of the World Master Time Trial Course, Hobro
20150819: Ride Idaho wash day.
20150809: Reed Stoops racing in the Tour of Juneau.
20150731: Passo di Gardena in the morning.
20150725-->20150801: Giro dei Dolomiti
20150725: Great ride up the Stelvio today.
20150718: Idaho State Time Trial Championships.
durance riders took home 3 gold medals, 2 silver medals, and
2 bronze medals.
1. Patty Puz 70+ Women 20km 41:15
1. Tom Campion 70-74 Men 20km 33:38
1. Richard Feldman 45-49 Men 40km 50:38
2. Amos Galpin 65-69 Men 20km 34:17
2. Charley French 75-79 Men 20km 43:23
2. Jon Engen 55-59 Men 40km 59:17
3. Rodger Miller 70-74 Men 20km 37:28
3. Kris Thoreson 55-59 Men 40km 59:38
Patty Puz starting her gold medal ride
Amos Galpin, Richard Feldman, Charley French, and Tom Campion
20150622: Beautiful ride on Sawmill Hill out Greenhorn today.
20150621: 3rd Annual Ronde Van Ketchum.
Nice turn out for the Ronde.
128.5km / 1500m
20150607: John Swyers passed away today. He will be greatly
missed by local and regional riders alike.
John was a champion of the sport. He loved racing, riding,
promoting, and watching cycling.
He was a dear friend of mine, and I will miss him.
20150528: Reed Stoops showing off the new durance pink jerseys.
The time trial was in Anchorage, Alaska.
20150412: Altitude profile for the 177.2km GranFondo Golfe de Saint
Tropez. Richard won his age group and placed 3rd overall.
20140917: Reed Stoops and John Swyers ready for the Wednesday evening ride.
20140903: Master National Time Trial Champion Patty Puz.
Master Women Time Trial 75+
1. Patty Puz Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
Master Men Time Trial 75-79:
2. John Swyers Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
Master Men TIme Trial 55-59:
26. Kris Thoreson Sun Valley, Idaho durance-Colnago
John Swyers was second in the 75+ age group, riding the final 2km
with a flat front tire......
Kris Thoreson had a good showing despite having an off year.
20140831: A neat perspective of the World's Road Race Course: 157km.
20140827: Altitude profile for tomorrow's World Master Time Trial Championship
20140826: Richard training in Ljubljana on the time trial course.
20130919: Altitude profile for tomorrow's World Master Time Trial Championship
20130918: Training on the time trial course.
A nice place to work on a bike.
20130917: Richard on a road ride doing recon for the road race.
20130916: One of the beautiful views we get along the TT course.
20130915: Our van packed to the gills.
We arrived in Verona, with all of our luggage, and lots of rain.
20130904: Feldman and Puz National Time Trial Champions, Woods National
Road Race Champion.
Master Women Time Trial 70+
1. Patty Puz Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
Master Men 40-44
1. Richard Feldman Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
Master Women Road Race 70+
1. Priscilla Woods Hailey, Idaho durance-Colango
Other results include:
Master Men Time Trial 70-74:
7. Tom Campion Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
10. John Swyers Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
Master Men Road Race 40-44:
5. Richard Feldman Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
Master Men Road Race 70-74:
17. John Swyers Ketchum, Idaho durance-Colnago
20130825: John Swyers organized a ride of thanks for the efforts of all local
and national fire fighters in saving our valley from the Beaver Creek Fire:
20130726: Will flying down the descent of the 2013 Grand Targhee Hill Climb
20130623: 2013 Ronde Van Ketchum:
20130622: Idaho State Time Trial Champions:
70+ Women - 20km
1. Patty Puz: 39:36.3
70+ Men - 20km
1. Tom Campion: 32:50.4
2. John Swyers: 33:16.2
55-59 Men - 30km
3. Jon Engen: 44:18.4
40-44 Men - 30km
1. Richard Feldman: 38:10.4
20130601: Ronde van Ketchum is just over three weeks away. Here is a profile
of the course. It measures out 122km, and climbs 1482m.
20130528: A nice day in Italy. After several days of rain, sleet, and snow,
The red jerseys are out in Castelfranco, Italy. Will and Richard.
20130526: Training in Italy on Mount Grappa today. Who said that this was May?
20130428: Chicken Dinner Road Race.
20130421: 2013 Ronde van Boise in the bag.
20121111: Amos Galpin tearing it up at Woodland Park in Washington State.
20120905: Puz, Feldman, and Woods National Champions.
20120823: World Time Trial Champion!
20120821: Time Trial training in South Africa.
20120819: Arrival in Durban, South Africa.
20120811: Eight cyclists from the durance-Colnago team traveled down to
Glenns Ferry for the 2012 Idaho State Time Trial Championships. The racers
were confronted with slightly clearer skies than the Wood River Valley had
on Saturday, but much hotter temperatures.<
The course was ruled by the reigning Idaho State Time Trial Champion Richard
Feldman, who covered the 40km course in a time of 52:08.
John Swyers won the 70 plus men's category over fellow durance rider Tom
Campion. Swyers finished the 20km course in 31:54 over Campion's 32:30.
Durance-Colango racer Jay Hagenbach, 31:09, took home the bronze in the
Master Men 60-64, and outpaced fifth placed teammate Michael Wrobel,
35:56 in their 20km race.
Durance teammates Jon Engen, 28:34 for silver, and Michael Olenick,
30:05 for fifth, in the very competitive Master Men 55-59 group.
20120728: Two members of the durance-Colango cycling team traveled over to
Driggs for the annual Grand Targhee Hill Climb.
20120628: Charley French on Ventoux.
20120622: Town To Summit Bike Race.
20120604: Mount Ventoux. Richard riding up the final km of the Giant of Provence.
20120530: The mountains outside of Aix-en-Provence, France.
We rode by these mountains today on our training ride.
Hot day with temperatures reaching the upper 20s.
20120526: Typical day in Provence:
20120524: Clue d'Aiglun
20120523: Vence, France
Breath taking views around every corner.
20120512: Idaho TT Festival:
The Durance-Colnago cycling team traveled to Boise to race in the Idaho Time
Trial Festival sponsored by Bob’s Bicycles. Now in its fifth year, the Festival
this year consisted of three time trials in less than 18hours: a Bogus Basin Road
Prologue Hill Climb, a 20k or 41k time trial and a final non-aero sprint 8k time trial.
Durance-Colnago racers have always done well in this stage race, and this year's event
included current Master’s World and National time trial champion Richard Feldman and
five-time Master’s National time trial champion, Patty Puz.
When the racing was completed, Richard Feldman and Nate Galpin of Durance-Colnago stood
atop the podium as the Overall champions: Feldman in the Master 35, and Galpin in the
Category 4. Other successful overall performances Patty Puz (3rd/Women's Cat. 3-4)
and John Swyers (6th/Master's 55+) Puz bettered her times in all of her events
compared to last year.
On the final 8K course which featured an uphill finish, Feldman turned in a 11:23
for first place overall, and the course record. Galpin finished in a 12:12 to win
his category. Patty Puz turned a 17:18, and John Swyers turned a 14:51
20120422: Ronde von Boise
20120414: Saint Tropez Gran Fondo
To say that the French have this Gran Fondo loosely organized is an understatement.
The staff are perfectly nice, but not concerned that there are no course markings,
that the finish is not in the town of Gassin, as the race booklet indicated, but below,
thus taking out the final tough 2km climb with 13% sections.
You can sign up for the Gran Fondo Gulfe de Saint Tropez up until the night before,
which is really nice if you just happen to be in Saint Tropez with your bike and want
to ride 180km tomorrow.
It should be interesting tomorrow. I have found little if any course markings. I
mention this because the Grand Fondo New York, in 2011, was marked two days before
the event. And the UCI World Championship, in Stavelot, BEL, both courses were marked
five days before the event. Quite a stark contrast.
20120413: Saint Tropez, France. Spent the morning checking out the course. It
was pouring rain, so we decided to take the car and drive parts of it. Unfortunately,
nothing is marked, and most of the course seems to have befallen the fate of the Rue
du Mort Luc. (Luc’s death road), which is supposedly on the course, but blocked by a
washed out section. This should be interesting. Cyclocross anyone.
20120412: Saint Tropez, France. Interesting what happens when you climb up a really
steep climb, you never know what you are going to find.
This is the Moulin de Paillas, right at the top of the Col de Paillas(248m). There
used to be two moulins, windmills, but over time, one of them has crumbled to its base.
20120112: UCI World Master Cyclocross qualifiying rounds.
Today the UCI seperated our field into two heats to determine start position for
Saturday's Championship. 1 through 4 from each heat fill out the first row, 5
through 8 fill out the second row, and this continues until all the positions
are filled. I had a good race today, placing second. The goal was to stay in
the top 4 and keep my nose clean.
Now it is snowing in Lousiville, and the weather forcast is for more snow tomorrow.
Looks like the rollers will come in handy.
20120111: A good day at the office.
20111230: I am very proud to be name Athlete of the Year by the
Idaho Mountain Express. It is an honor to be counted among these
exceptional athletes. Thank you.
Here is the link to the Article . 20111211: Feldman wins overall US gran prix of cyclocross series.
Richard secured the overall title in the usgpcx series with two third
place races on Saturday and Sunday in Bend, Oregon. Saturday's race
was impressive seeing that Richard had a flat and rode half a lap with
a rear flat tire. "This isn't exactly easy on off camber turns, and slick
sections of pavement.
Yet, I got a quick bike change in the pits from Larry, and was soon back
in the race." The Lightwheel rear wheel is still true and in great shape.
20111120: Olenick and Feldman Idaho State CX Champs. Boise, Idaho.
On a cold Saturday, at Sandy Point Park just outside of Boise, Michael Olenick,
Durance-Colnago, was crowned the Idaho State Cyclocross Champion for Master
Men 55 and older. Olenick rode away from the field and showed top form
throughout the race. By capturing the State title, Olenick also wrapped
up and won the Southern Idaho Cyclocross Series, even though there was one
more race the following day. On Sunday, Olenick repeated his performance
to solidify his series position.
Richard Feldman, Durance-Colnago, also earned the Idaho State Cyclocross
Champion title in the Pro, Category 1 field. The race consisted of 9 laps.
Feldman stayed in the field, watching his competition for the first lap and
a half, and then attacked. He got a gap by the end of the second lap, and
that was all the field saw of him. He showed them a clean pair of heels for
the rest of the race, winning handily over Shawn Mitchell, George's-TRP.
Feldman also wrapped up the Southern Idaho Cyclocross Series with his win
on Saturday. On Sunday, he repeated for a clean sweep of the the series.
20111022: Kuna Cyclocross
Mike Olenick extended his lead in the Southern Idaho Cyclocross Series by winning,
outright, the second flight today.
It was neck and neck with some of the upcoming juniors, but power prevailed as
Olenick took it on the line.
Richard also extended his lead by winning the Cat. 1 field.
He had to overcome a mechanical, which set him back to the end of the field.
However, abord his Colnago equiped with Lightweight wheels, Richard worked
his way though the field to secure the win. 20111007: St. George Seinor Games Road Race
John Swyers had one of his best road races ever.
Placing second, less than a minute out, John overcame the wall and showed great
late season form. "Looking forward to trying out cyclocross this season." 20111004: Sandy Point Cyclocross #1 and #2:
Mike Olenick took a commanding lead in the six race Southern Idaho Cyclocross Series.
Mike soloed to victory on both days, dominating his competitors and showing good
early season form.
Richard also took two victories over the weekend in the Pro 1, 2 field. His Lightweight
wheelsets got a lot of attention. 20110926: Ken Stamm dominates the field to win the Everest Bike Challenge.
Billed as one of the hardest events out there, competitors climb Mosquito Pass,
Pine Creek Pass, and South lake pass, all on day one. Day two climbs up to Glacier
Lodge, followed by Waucobo Canyon, and finishes with the Ancient Bristlecone Pine
Forest pass before the descent into Owens Valley.
The racers climb the height of
Everest in two days! That's 8850m (29035ft). 20110909: World Time Trial Champion!
Results are below: 1. 154 USA19690615 FELDMAN Richard USA 42 29:12.08 42.738
2. 157 SLO19710924 ROVSCEK Borut SLO 40 29:47.03 +00:34.94 41.902
3. 138 NOR19670731 LODE Einar NOR 44 30:37.12 +01:25.03 40.759
4. 135 SLO19670428 IZTOK Kuret SLO 44 30:42.99 +01:30.90 40.630
5. 141 AUS19680127 ROBERTS Chris AUS 43 31:09.59 +01:57.50 40.052
6. 143 GER19680215 SPECHTER Achim GER 43 31:10.19 +01:58.10 40.039
7. 156 NOR19710106 ANDERSEN Rene NOR 40 31:22.67 +02:10.58 39.773
8. 136 DEN19670618 OVESEN Anders K DEN 44 31:33.67 +02:21.58 39.542
9. 152 ITA19690406 BOTTI Paolo ITA 42 32:51.21 +03:39.13 37.987
10.142 SUI19680201 JOLLER Thomas SUI 43 33:00.69 +03:48.60 37.805
Thanks go out to my family, Nate and his family, and all of the durance supporters.
I have said it before and it is worth repeating: no result happens in a vacuum. It
takes the support of family, and friends to make this result possible. 20110907: Once again, the UCI has come through with solid race direction and planning.
Yesterday, 4 days before the time trial starts, I received an email with my number and
start time. Another email contained information for the road race on Sunday. That is
six days in advance. USA Cycling could certainly learn a lot from the UCI.
I start at 12:22:00, and the temperatures are ideal at a forcasted 13-17°C.
Trained on the TT course today.
20110905: The UCI deserves a lot of credit. Here we are 4 days away from the time trial,
and 6 days away from the road race, and both courses are well marked. Chapeau.
Merckx. On our ride back to our hotel, Nate and I climbed the Côte de Stockeu and at the
top of this 11% climb is this tribute to Eddy Merckx.
20110904: Arrival in Belgium.
Nate and I arrived in Belgium for the World Championship Time Trial and Road Race.
We brought just a little gear.....
20110903: National Road Race Championship Results:
6. Hans Muehlegger Men 70-74
8. John Swyers Men 70-74 20110901: National Time Trial Championship Results:
1. Patty Puz Women 70-74
2. Richard Feldman Men 40-44
4. John Swyers Men 70-74
11. Tom Cahmpion Men 65-69
20. Amos Galpin Men 60-64
The weather in Bend was excellent for time trial racing. Cool temperatures, 12 to
18°C, and the sky was clear of any smoke. 20110830: Training on the course. Nate, Amos Galpin, and I went out on the course
today to do a final recon.
Nate snapped this photo of me.
20110829: Course profile. USA Cycling did manage to determine where the turn
arounds are for all the distances.
Here is the profile for the 25k course:
Of course, there are two glaring points still: No start line, no finish line. And
more importantly, today, part of the course was barricaded. We actually had to get
off our bikes to go under the barricade. Very Interesting.
20110828: Master National Time Trial Course.
Once again, the National Championships have failed to mark the course. Maybe you can
tell: Is the course the first profile?
Or the second profile?
Here we are in Bend, and like Kentucky last year, and Bend last year, the organizers
have failed to even put out a sprinkler flag to indicate where the turn around is.
This holds true for all distances.
A new twist this year is road construction on the backside of the lollipop. What
does this mean? It means that there is a short section of road missing, which is
filled in with dirt and gravel.
Once again, USA Cycling has shown just how incredibly inept they are at putting on
the National Championship. 20110820: Bogus Basin Hill Climb: Boise, Idaho. With a 09:30:00 [loc] start, we
were all able to complete the climb and avoid the heat that would settle into Boise
later in the afternoon.
Charley French: 1:52:28
Tom Campion: 1:34:38
John Swyers: 1:20:11
Will Northrop: 1:04:48
Richard Feldman: 0:55:59
This is another great event put on by the guys at George's in Boise. An annual
tradition that you should not miss. 20110813: Idaho State Time Trial Championship: Glenns Ferry, Idaho: This is one
of the best time trial courses that we have ever raced on. Hills, excellent pavement,
very little traffic, wind, and beautiful scenery. State Time Trial Champions for our
club included John Swyers, 70+, Tom Campion 65-69, Nate Galpin Cat. 4, and Richard
Master 40-44. I also came away with a the fastest time of the day: 53:41.
This is definitly a course worth riding, even as a training ride. 20110810: Youth Cycling in the Wood River Valley. Ketchum, Idaho: 09:00:00 [loc].
For all those aspiring young cyclists in the Wood River Valley, I am leading a group
ride today. The ride will start in the parking lot at Hemingway School. This is a
non competitive road ride for all interested youth cyclists. The ride is an effort
on my part to gauge the level of interest local cyclists have in starting a Sun Valley
Youth Cycling program for 2012. Bring your road bike. 20110806: Idaho State Road Race Championship. Emmett, Idaho: Both Nate Galpin and
Richard repeated as Idaho State Road Racing Champions. The weather proved to be more
difficult to manage than the course. With temperatures rising into the upper 30s (mid
90s for those of you still on the English scale) keeping up with fluids was critical.
Both Nate and I were totally drained after the race, and fluid replacement took over
24hrs for our bodies to get back to a normal weight range. 20110605: Riding in the fog in Liguria, Italy. Today was interesting, and challenging.
Lots of climbing. But the visability was really limited to just 3 meters.
20110603: Laigueglia signatures. Just before I ride into the Liguria hills, we stopped
at the Muretto wall in Laigueglia.
20110530: Today we road through Nice, FRA, on our way to San Remo, ITA. Great roads,
and this was one of the views we had as we left Nice.
20110529: Training in France. This is one of the great roads that we got to train on
today. Amazing. We were on one road for over an hour, and saw only two cars.
20110528: Training in France. I am in France, training with some other guys. Riding
here in southern France, near Nice has some of the best riding. Small quiet roads.
20110516: Hard to train on a day like this.
printed a good article on training and racing. Here is the link to the Article .
One of the most important messages that you can take away from this article: have a goal.
20110131: Modern Training Techniques. 18:00:00hrs on Thursday, February 10, 2011,
come to The Community Library in Ketchum, Idaho to hear Richard talk about Modern
20101204: US gran prix of cyclocross race #7 / Stanley Portland Cup. Very few places
can hold a candle to Portland and cyclocross. I had an excellent race, and won in the
mud. My favorite conditions. It was nice to win another USgp, as it has been two years
since I won my last one. This win put me in 5th place for the overall series.
20101120: Eagle Island Cyclocross race #3. Mud in Eagle! Overnight snow melted and
20101023: US gran prix of cyclocross race #3. After having my seat post binder bolt
20101017: Mike Olenick placed second yesterday in the first cyclocross race ever to be
held in Kuna, Idaho. It was a batle royal with both Olenick and Dr. Andy Forbes trading
the lead. Each used the field that started just in front of them to their advantage.
In the end, Forbes had Olenick's number, and took the win. This however was a reversal
Also on that day, 20101009, Richard took the Pro/1/2 field race.
20101008: John Swyers places well in the 2010 Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George,
Utah. John had some great races in Utah.
Hill Climb: 4th with a time of 17:28.89
Time Trial: 9th with a time of 34:56.76
Criterium: 8th with a time of 28:42
Road Race: 5th with a time of 1:37.21
20100930: Classic Helms cartoon. Very appropriate.
20100925: US gran prix of cyclocross #1 / Planet Bike Cup #1. Madison, WI. I came in
fifth on a very fast, dry course. A technical error, which led to a mechanical error saw
me drop from the lead with Mike Wissink. Mike went on to the lead and I gradually regained
ground to finish fifth.
Here is a great photo that Mike Hone took of me during the Rad Racing GP last weekend.
20100920: Rad Racing GP. NACT#2. I came in second to Shannon Skerrit. The course was very
muddy, with two deep sand sections. Both Shannon and I were head to head for the entire race,
trading off the lead, and pushing each other in a good rivalary. In the end, with 500m to go,
I went too wide on a corner, and caught a course stake, which allowed Shannon to ride onto the win.
It was a great weekend of racing in the Northwest.
20100918: StarCrossed Cyclocross Race. In the first race of the North American Cyclocross Trophy,
20100911: Here is the link to the Idaho Mountain Express Article on Richard.
20100909: Durance Team Photo 2010
Rear Row: Michael Olenick, Miles Fink-Debary, George Sedlack, Jay Hagenbuc, David Puz, Tom Campion,
Front Row: Charley French, Patty Puz, Richard Feldman, Nate Galpin, John Swyers.
20100902: Bogus Basin Hill Climb Results:
regional forest fires.
5 MILES FINK-DEBRAY 53:59.747 + 3:350.983 M19-29
11 WILHELM NORTHROP 1:04:16.298 +10.417 M40-49
23 JON J HOLMQUIST 1:11:34.294 +16.739 M50-59
7 JOHN SWYERS 1:16:20.841 +19.235 M60 plus
16 TOM CAMPION 1:28:47.923 +35:480 M60 plus
20100825: 23:02:18 World Time Trial Champion! I won the World Master Time Trial Championship!
The finish tmes are listed below. For now, it is time to enjoy my fifth World Championship title.
Thank you to my family and all my friends, especially Larry, for their support. Winning is a team
effort and without their support, there is no way I could have done this.
1 727 USA 1969061 Feldman Richard USA 24:43.44 49 km/h
2 728 USA19690904 Lyman Christopher USA 24:56.45 +13.01 48 km/h
3 671 SUI19700227 Themann Michael SUI 25:03.33 +19.89 48 km/h
4 661 ESP19670308 Prieto Fernandez Francisco Jose ESP 25:17.18 +33.74 47 km/h
5 682 USA 1969032 Potter Grant USA 25:30.07 +46.63 47 km/h
6 638 GER19681004 Bauer Alexander GER 25:36.18 +52.74 47 km/h
7 663 GER19680221 Krist Thomas GER 25:36.29 +52.85 47 km/h
8 657 NED19690307 Tolboom Léon NED 25:39.76 +56.32 47 km/h
9 698 ESP19670308 Gancedo Gonzalez Jose Manuel ESP 25:47.01 +1:03.57 47 km/h
10 660 ESP19691012 Garcia Adolfo ESP 25:47.87 +1:04.43 47 km/h
20100825: 11:05:17 [loc] My start time for the World Time Trial Championship is 15:34:30 [loc].
The hardest part of the season has to be the next couple of hours: waiting for the start. Once we
get to the start, and begin our warm up routine, I know that the time will collapse.
After riding yesterday, my bike needed a little attention, so I found a great place:
20100825: 10:42:45 [loc] Five State Champions crowned this past weekend in Mountain Home, ID.
The Durance-Colnago squad showed up in force and took five state championships and an
additional two podium spots.
The report from the field, via Patty Puz, reigning National Time Trial Champion is as follows:
"We warmed up, enjoyed the camaraderie and rode circles until they got our start times posted.
They had a great place to circle, well protected, lots of police, town volunteers, well posted
course, closed to most traffic as far as I could figure, marked cars or volunteer cars sat at
all side streets (no wrong turns), well marked turn around, when I rode the course the day before
they had marked it, soooo much good.
Durance had another great showing. Tom, John Swyers, John Engen, Jon Holmquist., Nat, Amos,
Charley, Jay Hagenbuch, and me. Eight of us in Durance jerseys. I don't think there was any
other club with that kind of exposure. We were there because you(Richard) are where you are,
sitting in Austria. Thanks for the guidance and the commitment."
Master Women 70-74 10k
1. Patty Puz 0:19:23
Cat 4 Men 40k
1. Nate Galpin 0:55:27
Master Men 65-69 20k
1. Tom Campion 0:30:57
Master Men 70-74 20k
1. John Swyers 0:33:02
Master Men 75-79 20k
1. Charley French 0:37:32
Other Durance - Colnago racers included:
Master Men 50-54 40k
2. Jon Engen 0:57:19
6 Amos Galpin 1:06:01
Master Men 55-59 20k
3. Jay Hagenbuch 0:30:09
4. Jon Holmquist 0:32:24
20100806: This is now the home of Durance Racing. Orignally the site was located at
Patty and I got quite a bit of press when we got home. Here is the link to the Mountain Express Article
New national time trial king Richard Feldman, after his Town to Summit Bicycle Hill Climb victory June 20 in Ketchum
Photo by Willy Cook
Feldman keeps flying high with national TT title
A picture is worth a 1,000 words: Richard won the Master National Championship Time Trial.
Patty Puz also won her National Championship, a repeat from last year.
The course turned out to be 22.8k. Interesting that all the literature stated that it was in the
20100801: 20:05:00 [loc] This is the course if it is 22.4k long. The mark in the middle
This is the course if it is 25.5k long. The mark in the middle is the turn around.
So, which is it?
20100801: 13:00:00 [loc]
20100726: 22:56:00 [loc]
20100724: 15:38:00 [loc]
20100625: 18:08:00 [loc]
20100622: 22:32:00 [loc]
20100622: 07:43:00 [loc]
20100619: 17:20:00 [loc]