Shaw ties up Roubaix Cup series

first_imgIt was a challenging race for the 10 riders involved, who faced cold, snowy and slippery conditions. The race even involved some unexpected obstacles, as at one point, riders had to maneuver around a snow plow.The field was narrowed down to four riders following the first gravel, snowy downhill portion, where Kevin Shaw and Pat Ferris proceeded to pull away from the pack. Five kilometres later, it was Shaw who made one final push to win the stage.Pat Ferris placed second in the race at a time of 1:37:17 and Gary Hilderman third at 1:38:49.- Advertisement -It was a special day for Roubaix rookie Dan Webster, who finished fourth Sunday at 1:39:18 and is in the midst of an impressive first Roubaix series.Gord “The Hammer” Harris took first in the one lap event with a time of 56:08, with David Loro narrowly beating Adam Currie for second at 59:35.Following the conclusion of the second race of the Roubaix Cup Series, Kevin Shaw and Pat Ferris are tied for first in the points race with nine. George Gamble, Gary Hilderman and rookie Dan Webster are all tied for second with four points each.Advertisement The quest for the Roubaix Cup will all come down to one final race, which will take place this Sunday, March 25 on the ‘Two Rivers’ circuit. The race will begin at 2 p.m. and will once again start from the Baldonnel School.For more information on the Blizzard Bike Club, visit its official website.last_img

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