Dwayne Kress (Challenge by Choice, Squamish) took his second consecutive stage victory as the Peak Centre Indoor Racing Series returned to the Original Time Trial course. Dwayne’s time of 36:24.7 was enough to give him the maximum points on the stage, taking 3 bonus points for improving his time from stage 1 (37:57.1). Stage 1 winner Teklit Tesfay (Team Eritrea) could only manage 3rd in 37:39.4, 6 seconds behind Roger Lee (Peak Centre, Vancouver; 37:33.7) who also picked up 3 bonus points. In all, 83% of riders who completed both stages 1 and 6 improved on their time and the bonus points, with the extra points helping to re-shape the GC. Those front three riders continue to pull away from the rest, with Kress becoming the first rider to break 100 points with 107. Lee and Tesfay are tied on 91, with Tesfay holding on to second place with his excellent OTT time from stage 1.

Tenille Hoogland (Peak Centre, Vancouver) entered the fall season with a bang, finishing the stage in 40:14.3 to take the stage in the Women’s classification. She finished just seconds shy of the Peak Vancouver record. Second place on the stage was a returning Grace Menning (Peak Centre, Vancouver) who picked up her 4th second place finish in the 4 stages she has raced this season with a time of 42:49.3, an improvement of 1:13 on stage 1. Josee Heppell (Centre Entrainement Cyclisme VeloCite, Blainville) secured a third place finish on the stage with a time of 43:17.1, her best result of the season.

In the Men’s B classification, Mark Scott’s (Peak Centre, Ottawa) absence gave the chasing pack a chance to close the gap, and it was Patrick Melfi (Centre Entrainement Cyclisme VeloCite, Blainville) who took maximum advantage to win in a time of 39:42.2 and climb to 3rd on GC, closing the gap to Scott to just 10 points. Mike Fertuck (Peak Centre, Vancouver) remains in second place on GC but could on manage 4th on the stage (40:27.7) behind debutant Nick Wiesmueller (SBR Coaching, Verona; 39:46.9) and Mike Kleso (Challenge by Choice, Squamish; 40:08.5).

The Women’s B classification is turning into a head-to-head fight between the Centre Entrainement Cyclisme VeloCite, Blainville riders Mariepie Rochon and Christiane Gagne. Rochon lead going into the stage, but she could not stop Gagne (Centre Entrainement Cyclisme VeloCite, Blainville) taking the overall lead on GC with a second place finish in 47:40.6 behind repeat stage winner Megan Davies (Peak Centre, Vancouver; 46:13.6). 3rd place went to Mary Betts (Challenge by Choice, Squamish), who was only lost out to Gagne by a mere 0.3 seconds!

Full results can be found HERE

GC standings can be found HERE

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Canadian Centres:

Natural High Fitness, Okatoks AB
Ascent Physical Therapy Performance Lab, Canmore AB
Peak Centre for Human Performance, Vancouver BC
Challenge by Choice, Squamish BC
Innovative Fitness, Surrey BC
Peak Centre for Human Performance, Ottawa ON
Down Under Cycling, Waterdown ON
Centre Entrainement Cyclisme VeloCite, Blainville QC

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Tri Fitness Training, White Bear Lake MN
Revolutionary Velo-Watts, Clifton Park NY
CycleOne LLC, Portland OR
SBR Coaching & Training, Verona WI

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