Seward Park 2018 Finale

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Thursday August 30 was the finale of the 2018 Voler Thursday Night Cycling Series at Seward Park.

The late summer light filtered through the trees and clouds just long enough to get a few dramatic pictures during the 6:00 race.

Racer rounding the hairpin turn in the NW corner of the course.
Racer rounding the hairpin turn in the NW corner of the course.
Concentration on the face of Ed Rosenberg (Audi, foreground) as the group approaches the hairpin.
Concentration on the face of Ed Rosenberg (Audi, foreground) as the group approaches the hairpin.
Veteran Erik Olson (Taco TIme NW) teaching the youngsters how to suffer.
Veteran Erik Olson (Taco TIme NW) teaching the youngsters how to suffer.
Steve Bleifuhs (Taco Time) keeps an eye on a younger member of the peloton.
Steve Bleifuhs (Taco Time) keeps an eye on a younger member of the peloton.
Top two in the 6:00 race: 1. Chris Wilson (Metier) and 2. Rodney Brandon (Taco Time NW)
Top two in the 6:00 race: 1. Chris Wilson (Metier) and 2. Rodney Brandon (Taco Time NW)

Final results

7:00 PM Race:
Teddy Schwartz
Nick Bennette
Will Teal

6:00 Race:
Chris Wilson
Rodney Brandon
Dave Lanier

5:30 Race:
Tyler Free
Joaquin Luna
Greg Clunies

6:00 Photo Album

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