The 1st place racer came in 70 minutes after the start and won the coveted Chrome jersey, the only one in South Florida. Total distance was 17 miles and required stopping at five grocery store check points. Prizes and giveaways were distributed at Government Center and limited spoke cards were issued only to those who dropped off their items at the Camillus House after the race. The Miami Herald was there to cover the event, you can read the article here.
Below are over 100 photos from the event:
1st - Jonathan S.
2nd- Ferny H. (1st Fixed)
3rd - Mike C.
4th - Kayd M.
5th - Jorge J.
1st Female - Stephanie R. (8th overall!)
1st MTB - Todorbalchev B.
1st Out Of Towner - TIII from WPB
Most Charitable - Patrick L., Eric T. & Greg K.
DFL (Dead F#cking Last) - Glen S.
Special thanks to Gary Medenhall, Fabian, Gabe, Dario (for the table), Emerge (cookies) and everyone who participated.
I can't forget to thank all of this year's sponsors for their contributions:
BAR, Bike Werx, Clif Bar & Company, Chrome, COG Magazine, Fydelity, Fyxation, Headset Clothing, Knog, MIA Fixed, The Miami Bike Scene, Origin-8, The Scoot, Skate & Bike Co., and Urban Velo
Here's a brief video with footage from the start and finish of the race:
Below is a list of the 107 participants in the order in which they registered:
Greg K (Hollywood)
Brad M (Tampa)
Trevor M (Tampa)
Amy M (Tampa)
Ray Z (FTL)
Rock S (FTL)
Adri Z (FTL)
Morgan R (FTL)
Andrew & Mateo H
Eric T (Tampa)
Clinton H (Tampa)
Glen S (Miramar)
Amanda B (FTL)
Craig S (Pembroke Pines)
Once again, thanks and hope to see you next year!