Friday, September 18, 2009

2009 Race Results for Vic's Espresso/Peerless Cycling

NEW Overall Combined Team Results:
2 World Championships
20 National Championships
80 Top 5 National Placings
2 National Record Holders
1 European Championship
84 State/District Championships
1 Masters Tour de Var Champion
6 Colorado Best All Around Rider Awards
10 or more Colorado Best All Around Team Awards
750 or more Individual Career Wins

2009 was an impressive race year for Vic’s Espresso/Peerless Cycling Team. Members of the team achieved 2 new National Track Championships, 17 new Top 5 National Placings, 3 new State Championships, and 48 Individual and Team wins. We are also currently 3rd in Colorado BAT results, with 4 individual riders in the Top 10 in their age group in BAR results.
  • Congratulations to Lars Bosch 2009 Points 60-64 Track Masters National Champion.
  • Congratulations to Steve Worley 2009 2K TT 55-59 Track Masters National Champion.
  • Congratulations to Burt Henry 2009 SM45+ Colorado State Time Trial Champion.
  • Congratulations to Bill Simmons 2009 SM55+ Colorado State Master Road Champion.
Colorado State Time Trial Championship:
Gold Burt Henry
Silver Christy Orris
Silver Zack Gould
Bronze Neal Henderson
Colorado State Masters Road Championship:
Gold Bill Simmons
Silver Brian Todeschini
Colorado State Masters Criterium Championship:
Gold Steve Worley
Silver Joe Paulson,
Silver Bill Simmons
Bronze Jim Kinsinger
National Masters Time Trial Championship:
Top 5 Burt Henry
National Masters Track Championship:
Gold Steve Worley,
Gold Lawrence Bosch
Silver Barry Messmer
Silver Lawrence Bosch
Silver Steve Worley
Bronze Neal Henderson (x2)
Bronze Jim Kinsinger
Top 5 Barry Messmer
Top 5 Jerry Greenleaf
Top 5 Neal Henderson
Top 5 Lawrence Bosch
Top 5 Jim Kinsinger
Top 5 Steve Worley

Congratulations Vic’s Espresso/Peerless (Boulder Masters Cycling Team) on a great race season. The team is still busy racing Time Trials and Cycle Cross throughout 2009 – look for more great results.

To view all race results for 2009 please visit our Team Website at:

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Foreign Lands

I've made the big trip to the EU and have now settled in to ride a bit, work a bit, and generally wrap the old carcass around an eight hour time shift. Couldn't be in a better spot to make the change. First ride - planned 1 hour, and did 2.5. What can I say? I cannot say no to poking around on some new and familiar roads.

To start a panorama view heading out of town (Annecy, Fr.). It is probably obvious there are numerous mountainous road in the vicinity.

Working on my rolling photo shooting and doing an in flight speed check.

Another trilling sport - Frenchies paragliding.

Never a shortage of scenic water stops.

A couple of boys pacing along the Lac Annecy (stage 23 TDF '09). BTW they NEVER ride single file no matter what traffic may be around. And the drivers are not hassled.