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Mai Wins Porky Gulch Classic Stage Race

November 11, 2010
The Porky Gulch Classic is a true test of cycling ability with three distinct stages held over two days. Cyclists are awarded points based on their finish in each stage, and the rider with the most points is declared the winner. Riders race in three categories: elite, intermediate and beginner. The three stages are the Toughest Two—a two-mile hillclimb up the Mt. Washington Auto Road, the Story Land Criterium—a twisty, turny, non-traditional criterium through the popular amusement park and the Rockpile Rampage—a cyclocross race at Great Glen Trails.

When the points were tallied, Mai was named the champion and the "Best All Around Cyclist in New England" with 166 points. Pete Ostroski finished second just two points back with 164 and Steve Pietrow was third with 150. The sole women's elite racer, Rowell compiled 180 points for her win.

Complete results and additional photos can be found at www.PorkyGulchClassic.com.

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