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Few Pics From Nationals(18 posts)

Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:03 PM
Page takes an early lead with Wells chasing
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:06 PM
Page stretching out lead with not even one lap complete.
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:08 PM
Wells following
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:12 PM
Trebon in 3rd on first lap
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:15 PM
Page making it apparent he will win. (lap 2)
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:18 PM
Trebon moving into 2nd.
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:21 PM
Gullickson in maybe 4-5 position at this point (lap 2)
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:24 PM
Jacques-Maynes in 3-4 with Wells nearby.
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:26 PM
Page riding out of a small lake.
re: Few Pics From NationalsPNW Rider
Dec 14, 2003 7:29 PM
Trebon chasing
Awesome pics - muddy, eh?! (nm)jtferraro
Dec 14, 2003 8:16 PM
re: Few Pics From Nationals2wheels77
Jan 7, 2004 1:33 PM
This picture from the US Cross Nats is of Jackson Stewart, not Andy Jacques-Mayne. Jackson finished 5th. I believe Andy finished 7th.
re: Few Pics From Nationalsgbecker
Dec 19, 2003 7:58 PM
PNW Rider....
Could you contact me @ gregbecker@mindspring.com ....I am the one who runs the program Ryan is on and I would like to see about getting a copy of this picture (I like the shot).

Thanks!
Greg
Epic RacingDropped
Dec 15, 2003 10:25 AM
What a blast the nationals were. Mud. Rain. Cold. Huge crowds of insane fans. With the screaming, the crowds and the all-drum marching band beating out the tribal rhythms, it was like "Braveheart" with bikes. Just amazing.

Jonathan Page is in a different league than everyone else. I bet you see a lot more guys going over to Europe now if they are serious about their cross.
Belgium bound...flyweight
Dec 15, 2003 6:06 PM
Actually most top American racers (including 4 people from my team!) are heading off to Belgium next week. They'll be spending 2 weeks at the USCF Belgium house run by former Motorola coach Noel Dejonckheere. Geoff Proctor is putting the program together in an effort to give the American team some competition between our Nationals and the Worlds.
Except at world's and the other races...Dwayne Barry
Dec 16, 2003 5:35 AM
he does in Europe with his fellow Americans Page is just as likely to get beat by one of them as he is to beat them. Technically he's really good so the conditions at Nationals the past two years have favored him. He's had great races at nationals the last two years but I don't think I'd put him in another class. Page, Gullickson, Wells, Trebon, and the Cliff bar duo are all more or less in the same league, and that league is a step down from the top tier in Europe, who are all a step below Wellens and Nijs.
Except at world's and the other races...Dropped
Dec 16, 2003 7:58 AM
Really? I thought Page has been doing pretty well in international competition lately (didn't he get a top 10?). I agree that these guys have a way to go to match the top Euros. And I admit that I haven't seen Page race much.

I guess I'll at least limit my statement to the fact that Page was in a different class last Sunday. Everytime he flew by the crowd audibly gasped.
He may have had a few top-10s...Dwayne Barry
Dec 16, 2003 8:17 AM
at the smaller races with a diluted field, but if all the big dogs are there he usually finishes around 15th-20th. Now that nationals are over and a number of the top US riders will be heading to Europe there will be the oppurtunity for more head to head comparisons. If he's consistently better than them in Europe then maybe he has taken it to another level. But in years past Wells and Gullickson have shown that they can finish in the top-20 over there as well so i doubt it.