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Pisgah 111k and 55.5k Results, NC

Posted by: Matt Williams |June 6, 2014 12:39 AM
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Pisgah Productions' 111k and 55.5k races took riders deep into the heart of Pisgah National Forest this weekend. Racers tackled trails like Black Mountain, Turkey Pen, Laurel Mountain, and Pilot Rock, many of which are considered big rides on their own.

Local ringers were out in force both days, using their knowledge of the extremely technical trails to distance themselves from the competition. On Saturday's longer 111k route, Sam Evans (Liberty Bikes) barnstormed his way to the win, 4 minutes up on perennial Pisgah favorite Sam Koerber (Industry Nine). Another Liberty Bikes rider, Dave Wood, rolled through in 3rd. Carey Lowery dominated the women's race from start to finish, as she has so many times in Pisgah. Long-time NUE competitor Brenda Simril took second, and Kaysee Armstrong was 3rd.

Some heavy rain Saturday night kept some riders home for Sunday's 55.5k, but there was a strong field on the line nonetheless. The trails were in surprisingly good shape, and Sam Koerber was out for redemption. Dave Wood kept him honest all day though, eventually coming through in second just 1:30 down on Koerber. Sam Evans burned a few too many matches on Saturday, but hung on for third on day two. The women's race saw an upset as a new face in Pisgah, Nina Otter, took a big win over Carey Lowery. Otter took the lead on the first climb and held it all the way for the finish. After a slow start Lowery battled back to take second, and Brenda Simril rode home for third.

Pisgah 111k Results:


1. Sam Evans   
2. Sam Koerber
3. Dave Wood


1. Carey Lowery
2. Brenda Simril
3. Kaysee Armstrong

55.5k Results:


Sam Koerber
Dave Wood
Sam Evans


Nina Otter
Carey Lowery
Brenda Simril

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